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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 10 October 1885

It K I 1 I- I' ,V 5?!H!? THE D.AILY Honolulu Press Will bo for nolo TJrvllviil lho lowlnjr 3?1uooh : J. M. OAT, Jr. &Co Me chant titvet I'. O. THRUM Fort street N, V. I1UROKS3 King street WOLFK&CO Cor. King and Nuuauu sts C.J. MCCARTHY ,, Hotel street CRVSIAL SODA WORKS Hotel ttreeet I'lve Cents per Copi. to-day's usoaohmhsts. Hand at Emma Square at 4130 P. M. Lewis J, Levey's closing sale at the Hawaiian Ba.zar at 7130 p. M. Cash sale at Adams & Co.'s auction rooms, at 12 M,, of growing taro. local suirs. Street drill last night. A large number of sailors were ashore from the man-of-war last night. Charlie McCarthy will have a new ' brand of cigars down on the next boat that will smoke all day. It is rumored that the coming man will invest in real estate he will not be an Englishman this time. Jim Dodd says the biggest tank on the island only holds about 5,000 gal lons and that it is as big as his bar room. The steamer Mariposa brought down a heavy pair of castings from...

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. — 10 October 1885

J "'f' "' "V" " 3r DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1885. wmtmmwtm'imum'WKmtmnmwBBi y (Scitcntl Jluucrtiscmcnto. Oocitcwl bbcriisemtnts. (Scniritl Jluucriuscmcnlr.. 6cnct'itl cSubcrtiscmcnto. (Smci'itl uucittficmcnts. (General dlubcrttscmentc. 5encntl Jtbtyttttecmcnts. Ih' ' . , b ' rv 1?, t :t t'K I Is 1 !', f t ' kt I t f. N. E. BU11GESS, CAHMXTKlt AND HUILDElt, Respectfully announces to the public ih he has purchased the tlulnei recently lOnducted by Mr. G. M. Lake, at No. 84 Klnff treet,which will be tinder the matinee merit of his son B. P. BURGESS. Tne Express will attend the arrival ol every steamer and promptly deliver FREIGHT, PACKAGES .V UAGGAlti In Honolulu and sicinity. JPTJH3STITTTHB Se IIjiV3SrOS Moved with tare. HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED llli: Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Iluslness heretulore kent hv Mr. I. V. lllnirlev. No. 81 King street, which will I conducted by his . awn, in uunuuji aim wurrc cvcrwmuu ill the line of SMOKERS' AK I ICl.KS ran be found, ...

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. — 12 October 1885

'-!. v7 ' ' - ' JLjlJLJLj Y ' V-S VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1885. NO. 36 ON A HILL-TOP. "It li Margaret's son. 1 know I should seo ono or tuom boforo I died. O, ray poor wronged slsterl After so many yoarsl Thnnk Godl thank Godl" "You'd bettor coax tho old lady to go upstairs again," Bald ono or tho workmen to tho eorvant, touolilnjj hi forohoad significantly. It was ovldeut that all presont agrooU In his estimate of lior mental equilibrium. But until tho arrival of tho doctor tho gray old woman hold tho uneonsolou sufferer's hand In how, from time to tlmo fondling t ngalnst hor chook, and crooning ovor it, wor.lii of tendernest. When tho surgeon came, Caroline, pasting hor arm round her shoulders led her from tho room. An hour later, Mr. Barclay, accompanied by Edgar's step-mother, answered tho summons sent thorn by tolophono in tho neighborhood, appearing to swell tho anxious little group waiting in tho dusky hall outside the sick room. Edgar had re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 October 1885

&' k .a Q B-. ' M -i i9t ' i P r & r THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Kxoopt Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TERMS OF SVJISVRIVTIOS. tt num. ii.... 1. ...... $6.eo Six onthji 3 Three month.i..i.. ,............ 1.50 Pec month.. 4 .. ...$oct Postage additional. tST Snbtertptton Payable ahrayt In Advance. liner communication! from all parti of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable". Matter Intended for publication In tlie editorial column thould be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Frkm. lluilneM communications and advertisements thould t addressed tlmply "Uutlneu Manager," Daily Honolulu 1'uesi, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements to emure prompt Insertion, ihould be handed In before 6 P. M. MONDAY OCT. 12, 1885 "COMPltRUFNHll'F. AND COIIliHlVE." The policy of every Government is measured by the eflect produced upon its subjects. If the effect is good, the policy in most cases may be considered sound If discontent and opposition to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 October 1885

I THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will bo for sulo TJnllynt Ilio 'S?o- lOWltlK PlllOOB ! J. M. OAT, Jr. fcCo. ...Me chmt street T. O. THRUM ..Port street N. F. IIUHOESS.. r...Ki.ii street WOLFE & CO.. ,,.,...,. .Cor. King and Nuuanu sH C. I. MCCARTHY Hotel s'reet CKYSrAL SODA WORKS Hotel slrceet Five Cents per Copii TO-DAY'S EXOAOEMESTS. Adams & Co.'s sale of land at 12 M. Harmony Lodge I. O. O. F. at 7130 r. M. Sale of shares, 1'aukaa Sugar Company, at auction. rooms of Lewis J. Levey at 12 M. Sale of furniture and stock of Mrs. Mason, Hotel street) at, 10 A, M. by Lyons & Colin. Ladies' Prayer Meeting at the Bethel Church at 3 o'clock, LOCAL xuns. The churches were well attended last evening. Rohert Halstcad and wife, of Wia ltla, arc in town. .. . Mr, Ahlborn, of Lihue, has christ ened his place the "Angers Rest." Alfred Branch was out in his shell practicing for the regatta yesterday. About 10:30 last night there was quite a shower of rain which was much needed. 4 Two shar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 October 1885

'I r m I ' i i 1 szlp DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1885. (Sfc'itcml bbcrtiscincntc. (General AtobcrtiBcmcnto. (Scncritl Jlbbcrticcmcnto. Cl.CTltl JlubCtttBCl.iCnfo. fficnttrtl Jlubctttecmcnts. J 5c.tcn.l Slfoctttetmcnte. encntf 'Jftbcrlfacmcttto. & F. BURGESS, . CARPENTER AND ItUlLDEll, Respectfully announces (o the public 1h tie has purchased the BAGGAGE EXPRESS Iluslness recently conducted by Mr. 0. M. Lai, at No. It King street, which will b under the management of his son B. Pi BURGESS. The Express will attend the arrival ol every steamer and promptly deliver .' FREIGHT, PACKAGES & UAGGAUS In Honolulu and vicinity. rxriiasmrcnRE as Moved with care. HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water! Nuslness heretolore kept by Mr. J, W. Hingtey, No. ti Klrirj. street wlilch will be conducted by hit son, O.'W. BURGESS, and where everything In the line orSMOKERS" ARTICLES can be found, ul the best' quality. . , A , ' . Thanking the publiofor past favors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 October 1885

i ; 'Ajk rf ywpgwptjiii&ifjsyfiffi ""tfJumtyvT Daily Jl RES8 VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1885. NO. 37 MY MRS, DESMOND. (Julia K. Wethcroll In N. 0. Thnt wns what thoy uwd to call liar My Mm. Dosmond ai If bIio bad bolongod to ma; and, perhaps, 1 am rat lor given to enthusiasm. Slio had oomo to the mountains with Mrs. Van Dyko, and had loft hor husband and children at home, as her phyilclan hfid pro Bcrlbod porfect rest for horj and It wasn't a wook before wo woro all In ldvo with har. Bho was tho prettiest woman with great, soft brown oyos, full of liquid brightness, a flush In hor and tho mouth. Tho upper Up may havo boon a trlflo too short; but what white teeth It disclosed I Her hair was hor crowning charm. Its color was a golden brown, and it waved, And curled, and floatod about, in dedanca of all rulos and regulation. Bomotlmos it 03. caped from the knot and came tumbling about her nock; thon sho would just put hor hands to hor head and twist ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 October 1885

Pj- m i w H "1 ' H ftf r tl -ft' THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED JEVERY MORNING ICxeopt Suu.taa.yH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St TKtt.vn or svmonirTios; Persnnum. . ... .$8.m Sis months jew Three months 54 I'tr month,.. .. .jock rostage additional. &T Subncrlpltoni J'lijdMe ahrnyit Advance. Brief communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended Tor publication in the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Baily Honolulu Pkfss Bmtnes communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Business Manager. Daily Honoluiu Plus, Honolulu, Hawaiian blinds. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In before 6 r. M. TUESDAY, OCT. 13, 1885 witKHB Titr. siojrnv anas. There is an old saying " that you cannot cat your apple and have your apple" and that is applicable to Hawaii in a manner at least. Wc cannot have a healthful and plentiful water supply and hae our city placed in a good sanitary conditi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 October 1885

1 & x. THE DAILY Honolulu IPxes. "W1U bo for tmlo X)allv ot tho l3lnoo ! J. M. OAT, Jr. Si Co,, Merchant street f. G. THRUM... .lort street N. F. IIURUliSS klntf street WOLFE & CO. ...1 Cor. King and Nulianusis CI. MCCARTHY Hotel s'rctt CRYSrAI. SODA WORKS Hotel street Vive Cents per Cop, TO-DA YS UNO A CEMENTS. Lewis J. Levey will sell nt No. 3 Kukui street, opposite Hon. W. C. I'arkc's residence, nil of Mr. Woolmington's furniture' at to A, M. LOCAL NEWS. The did not run last night. The after-glow will give an exhibition day after to-morrow night. The residents around Punahou, are complaining of chicken t'.tieves. The boys branch of the Y. M. C. A. will meet this afternoon at 3 o'cloqk. The singing class will meet at the Y. M. C A. Hall to-night at 7:30 o'clock. The usual runaway occurred last night about half-past seven o'clock on Punchbowl street. The Honolulu Rifles will hold a sperial meeting to-night when the finances of the company will be discussed. The waterinc car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 October 1885

R ii' ', 14.' rv ,' bAILY HONOLULU PRESS.TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1885. ; . (Scntrol Ibbcvtbcincnts. fficnct'itl .SbbcrUficincjttfi. General Iblicrlbcmcntfl. (Scncral Dbcvliiscinciitc. (General bbcrfiscmcttttj. J citcwl tibeniocntcntf.. (Bcncwl bbcrtwementxt. N. E BU11GESS, OAitl'JiNTER ANV JiUILDJSlt, ltestttclCully announces to the public 111 he has purchased the BAOOAGI2 EXPRESS Business recently .oiulucttil by Mr. G. M. Lake, ni No. 81 Kin? street, which will lie under the Manage meniofhissonB. F. BURGESS. . The Express will attend the arrival ol' every steamer and promptly deliver FKEIGHT, PACKAGES & HAOOALE In Honolulu nnd viclnilj. se Moved with care. 1IC, ALSO, HAS I'DRCHASr.li 'UIK Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, (Justness heretolore kept by. Mr. J. W. Hlngley, No. 81 Kini( street, which will be conducted by Mi on, O. W. BURGESS, nnd where overvtlilnz In ihellneofSMOKhKS' AKIICLKS can be round, ct the best quality. , , Thanking the public for pail favors and jjuarantee!nr, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 October 1885

ji$fWTpi pffipilf ' i h & a . mS . CJU 4iiarT8f J ;Jtfeafc3oS53 f iTTit T?-e!-l JT MLfi .1 Daily Press. . ' 4 - - - - ti VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1883. NO. 38 i SECRET SERVICE. TJioro wns no moro promising young officer In hor majesty's sorvlco thnn Cyril Ho wan smart, clovor, imJ ambitious just the qunlltlos bolt cnlculatod to bring asoldtor to tlio front It only ha got bla chance. But luck so far bad boon against Trezlro, and hopo tloforrod was rapidly tnnklng tills spirited young follow qulto heartsick. Ho was beginning to think that bo had bettor take up some othor lino ot llfo, whoro1 his oftorts would Ira moro appreciated, boforo It was too latj to climb tho lalder. Hut Juit Wihjii ho was noaroit dospalr the clou Is broke. Tlio occasion arosa somo bait a-dozen years ngo, just when nn additional and irresistible motlvo Incited him to got on. Ho had mat his fato In tlio person of a cortaln Mlllrcont Lane, tho only child of nn old lady who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 October 1885

pi . L- o cw1 THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y JIOUNING Exoopt Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKItStS OF aVliSOIUPTIOX. Per annum . ... .$4 00 Six month .. 300 Three monthi , 1. so Per month .50 cts Pottage additional. tST Subicrtpttoun Payable aleay in Ail-run re. Dtief communication from all patts or the Kingdom will always b very acceptable.. Matter Intended for publication in the editorial columns ihould be addressed to Editor, Daily Honolulu Press Quslness communications and advertisements jshould kt addressed simply "Dusinesi Manager," Daily Honolulu Pkess, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be handed In before 6 P. M. WEDNESDAY OCT. 14, 1885 MR PLANHiltS' ZKOIShATXOS. It does not appear to us that the report of the Committee on Legislation is in any way a "remarkable political document," nor do wc consider that the Planters' Labor and Supply Company have over-stepped their legiti mate province in reviewing t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 October 1885

4 & '. W' K THE'DAILY Honolulu 3Erees "Will bo for nalo Daily at Iho X'lllOOH ! i'S'Sftl'.te06 Merchant street r. O. THRUM , Kort street Jf,vK'JU,2'L2ESS King street Cor- King and Ndu.hu its c. j, McCarthy ..... .Hotel et CRYSrAL SODA WORKS .Hotel streett Flee Cent per Copy, TO-DA X'S JtffOA OK31ENTS. Prayer meeting at the pro-Cathedral at 7130 r. M. Prayer Meeting at Fort and Bethel churches at 7130 p. M. Lyons & Cohn sate at 10 A. M, of groceries S. J. Levey's bankrupt stock. ZOOAL NElf'S. The new Station House is to have a chowder-room attached perhaps. The Hawaiian Gazettehsucd its town edition yesterday instead of to-day as usual. The tallest native woman on the Islands, known as the "Maui Giantess," is in town. His Majesty was down at the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday to see Mrs. Becklcy and others off. There were light showers of rain yesterday afternoon and evening which kept the dust out of the air, The Wilder Steamship Company will pay a dividend of two dollars per ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 October 1885

isCU ',JV. m DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1885. H I (Scitcntl Jlbbcrtbcmcnts. ' fficncvitl 2lb"tjcrttBctncnts. (Scncral Jvfobcrttccmcnts. (Scncntl iHjbcrtiocmcnto. (General Jlbbcrtiscmcnhi." '' 'nScJtcmocmcitb. " dDtflTcfjTl bWrHScfitcufsr N. E BURGESS, CAUPENTEIt AND BUILDElt, " Respectfully' announces lo thepuhlic ih he has purchased the BAGGAGE EXPRESS llusiness recently conducted by Mr. 0. M. Lake, at No. 84 Klnz street, which will Iw under Ilia management of his son B. F. BURGHSS. The Enptess will attend the arrival ol every steamer and promptly deliver FREIGHT, PACKAGES & UAGGAUi In Honolulu and vicinity. OPTTHKriTrrRB Se a?X.AJSJOS Moved with care. nn. also, has purchased the Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, llusiness heretolore kept ly Mr. J. V. ilingley, No. 84 Klne street, which will he conducted by his son, O. W. BURGBSSS, and where ever)thlnff In the liite of SMOKERS' AR1ICLKS can be found, ol the best duality. ., . , Thanking the public for past favors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 October 1885

ft4 fr Press. - i -" Wft .H Jl jfllH ikK VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1885. NO. 39 REDIVIVQS. Holcn T. Clark In Frank Leslie's. Tho furnishing of n back In a third-rate city nro not ftpoclnlly ndnptcd to raUtng low Rpirlts, particularly whon ono's wot skirts will cling around ono's ankles, and thoro Is a loak In ono's ovorshoo. Mies Ilayburn oponod tho door of 7," In Mrs. King's elmbby tool llghtod ono dim, dUcouraglng gas-Jet, and, with a woary sigh, romovod her wotf garmonti. Sho had soon a ghost, and tho woird Impression had not yot worn olt. In the glaro of Caroy & Arnnbauld's groat dry goodi storo It had stood faoo to faco with bar, as sho doftly spread out shining silks for n to chooso from, and mochanloally named tho prices. For only an Instant tho oyos of tho speotor had met hor own with a glanco of surprlsod half -recognition, thon it bad passod on and out Miss Ilayburn sat down In her little cano rocking chair, and warmod hor chlllod hand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 October 1885

u k THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MIORNING Except Sundays. At the.Ofiicc, No. ag Merchant St. thumb or auiisottivTiost. Per annum .$6-co Si month 3- Three months.... -5 Per month SJ Postage additional. ItST Subscription Patable aheay In Ad vance. Brief communication! from all parts of the Kingdom wilt always be ay acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to Edituh Daily Honolulu Piiem. Dullness communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Huslness Manager," Daily Honolulu Prem, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In before fi t. M. THURSDAY OCT. 15, 1885 ritOHUlITIOX. As the politicians of America have bsen asking for years, "Does Protection protect?" so are the leading Prohibitionists, after over thirty years of experience in some of the United States, now asking one another, "Does Prohibition prohibit ? " As the liquor question has been constantly bef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 October 1885

THE DAILY Press "Will bo for nnlo "Dnilv nl tho "PIuoph : J. M, OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street 1 O. THRUM Fort street N. F. HUKOKSS 1 King street WOLFE & CO Cor. King and Nuuanu sts C. J. MCCARTHY Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS HoteUtreeet Five Cant per Copy. to-day's unoaoembnts. Mystic Lodge K. of P. at 7130 p. m. Cash Sale at Lyons & Cohen at 10 a. m. Geometry and Algebra class at the Y. M. A. at 7:30 p. M. Noon-day prayer meeting at Y. M. C. A. at 12:35. P. M. The Y. P. C. E. Society meet at Mr. on Kukut street this evening. LOCAL NEUS. Jim Dodd's four-horse bus was out last evening. Three neat new cottages are being constructed on the plains. There was a pleasant shower of rain last night about ten o'clock. The steamer Iwalani took a double effect for the Honokaa Plantation. The Geometry class will meet at the Y. M. C. A. class-room to-morrow night. Last evening at Fort-street Church the subject, " Christ, the was discussed. Mr. H. Zerbe went by the steamer Lehua la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 October 1885

DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1885. cncral Jlbbcrtiscmcnts. (Scncntl J,bbcrttocmcntc. 3luucdiBcmc.it0. (Scncral bevtiscmente. (Scncntl Jlbbcfttccmcnte. (Scncral ubentecmente. (Gcitcvitl bbci'tiscmcnto. N. E. BURGESS, CAllPENTEll AND JiUJLDEll, Respectfully announce to the public th he ha purchased the BAGGAGE EXPBE9S Business recently conducted by Mr. 0. M. Lake, at No. 84 King street, which will be under the manage. mentofhissonB. F. BURGESS. The Express will attend the arrival ol every tteamer and promptly deliver FREIGHT, PACKAGES & HAGGALE In Honolulu and vicinity. FXTRSsriTXTUB Sc FIA.3STOS Moved with care. lin, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, lluitnets heretolore kept by Mr. J. W. Ilingtey, No. 81 King street, which will be conducted by his son, O. W. BURGESS, and where everything in the line of SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be found, ol the best quality. Thanking the rublic for past favors and guaranteeing to promptly execute all orders In eit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 October 1885

Daily Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1885. NO. 40 A BREAKFAST DISH. Harriet IYescott Spoflonl In Harper's Bazaar. "And It was the most boautlful stono that I ever saw In a flngor ring. Nona of thono paltry tilings you can't woar till m account of tl.o yollow tlioro 1) In thom. bo white, so clear, so brilliant, pellucM as a water-drop and sparkling ai a start It was all but big onough, too, to liavo a namo of ltu own, llko thosa that tho royal diamonds havo 'Star of Tho Pour Points of tho Compass,' Light of tho Wor" 5o Como,' 'Glory of tho Middle of tho Enrld,' 'Mother of tho Moon.' Why undor the sun," crlod Mr.K TorraniM, the pretty croaturo In a bewitching gown, pouring coffoo for hor husband, tho llttlo butler having boon by Mr. Torronco In foar of tho wrath to como, perhaps "shouldn't our diamonds havo natnoi as well as thosa of kings and quoon and" "Yours ought to havo ono," said her husband, quietly. "It would bo sultablo to call now; It's In t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 October 1885

TUB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED .every m:o:rning JSxcopt Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TF.U31S OV SVJISVMl'TIOX. Per annum ...... $6.00 Six months 3.00 Three months '.50 Per month . 30 cts Postage additional. H3T Subscriptions Vaynble alwnya in Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom, will always be very acceptable. Matter inttnded for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Prpss. Business communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Parss, 'Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed tn betore o p. M. FRIDAY OCT . 16, 1885 TUB S1KS OF LEOISr.ATOltS. I Mr. Herbert Spencer, who writes as well and strongly on politics as he docs on theology and philosophy, once said, at the beginning of an article on the "Sins of Legislators." that," Be it or be it not true that man is 'shapen in inequity and conceived in sin, it is u...

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