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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 October 1885

THE DAILY Honolulu 3?ress "Will bo for Btvlo TJuilynt tho Fol- lowinu IMuoow : I. M. OAT, Jr. & Co.. Merchant street r. O. THKUA ......iKort street N. F. llUKOI'.SS King street WOLFK&CO..... Cor, Kins and Nuuanu sts CI. McCAUHIY ....Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet J'lro Cent per Cap). TO-DAY'S, ESOAOEMESTS. I. O. K. M. at 7130 r. M. Atithmctlc class at Y. M. C. A. at G130 p. M. Ladles' night at the Yosemltc and Central Park rinks. Cash sale at auction rooms of E. P. Adams, at 10 A. M. Ladies' prayer meeting at Fort-street Church Vestry at 3 r. M. local sews. There is a letter at this office for Mr. F. L. Clarke. H. B. M. S. Satellite arrived at the port of Hilo, Hawaii, October 12th. The Hon. Mrs. Kapcna, is lying dangerously ill at her residence on Nuuanu street. The Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society will meet at the Hawaiian Hotel this evening. Goodyear's Electric Circus is ex pected here from Samoa via San Fran cisco sometime next month. It was quite comic...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 October 1885

. I I: m .( h 1 Vi 1 1 1. DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1883. (general ucrticcmcnts. (Scitcral JlfoucrttBEmcnte. General bbcrliocmcntij. (General Jlbbcrfiocmcntjo. General Jlbticrtujcmcnte. (General JU)licrviscMcnt&. (Gcncntl bbcrtiocments. N. E. BURGESS, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Resoeclfully announce to the public ih he ha purchased the BAGGAGE EXPRESS Uuslness recently conducted by Mr. 0. M. Lake, at No. 84 Kine street, which will be under the management of hl ion B. F. BURGESS. The Express will attend the artlval ol every iteamcr and promptly deliver FREIGHT, PACKAGES & HAGGALE tn Honolulu and vicinity. fc Moved with care. HE, LSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, lluslness heretolore kept by Mr. J. VV. Hlngjey, No. 84 Klnn atreet, which will be conducted by his on. 6. W. BURGESS, and where everything In the line of SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be found, ol the best quality. , . Thanking the public for pait favors and cuaranteeine to promptly execute al...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 October 1885

i :wwy WtfTW rpps,''ww;Fii np$ar,'$i'','r5r'??Tj 4 L, 5' tig&vmmmmmmgmMzzimfffi. nk 'Cfesy Daily Press & 1 VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1885. NO. 41 A TRUANT EPISODE. IFIoronco Unities Apponyl In Tlio Current. Sue walked lolsuroly M0113 Blxtoonth street iu Son Francisco one morning Inst May, a vory stately looking old lady, with silvery curia about nor faca. Upon bor hoad sho woro a widow's cap, shaped llko a coronot, and lior full black dross fell In soft folds about her. An old gontloman, bowod and docroplt, bis bald head covorod with a black skull cap, watched hor with deop Interest as sho approachod, from his post on tbo stop of tlio Blxtoonth stroot markot Chancing to look up, sho caught his oyo. A singular understanding eeomod to bo at onco ostabllshod botwoon thorn. Ho bockonod to bor mysteriously, and looking cautiously about to see that bo was not ob'ervod, bent down and whlsporod confidentially In bor oar: "Say, do you llko poanuts!" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 October 1885

wpff fti'j'i.f -i?s s-im r K)Wntt,VI)r "jW '"' v.Ti,jir'TWfsr'fiPJ.f 1 1 11 DAILY HONOLULU OCTOBER 1885. IU 4 1' ,i'- PRESS, SATURDAY, 17, ' i 'mz. T 1. r f. BU HI' ? v, I'u . v 1 it W- H , ry V , 1 'r yss lii": MI ,V- i R: fc ft THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED JGVE11Y m:oiining HJxcopt Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKltMS Or SVllSOItlPXION. ret annum.,,. Six months Three months. Per month . Postage additional. $6.00 .. 3.00 t.jo .50CH tST Stlhaertpttont Payable alieayt In AtU vtttiee. Brief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always be vety acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Pmls Business communications and advertisements should be addressed simply Business Manager, Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Advertisements, to ensufe prompt Insertion, should be hinded In before 6 P. M. SATURDAY.., OCT. 17, 1885 BECHliT MISSIONS. A copy of a well known and popular ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 October 1885

Pi THE DAILY Honolulu Press bo for nolo Xuilr nt tUo IowIiik Plmios : J. M. OAT, Jr. 4 Co Merchant street T. 0. THRUM Fort street N. F. UURGESS King street WOLFE & CO ,..Cor. King and Nuuanu ts C. J. MCCARTHY..... lloteftttttt CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet Flee Cent per Copy, to-da rs iitt a a aisansNxs. Band at Emma Square at 4130 r. M. Cash Sale at Lyons & Cohen at 10 A. ,M. Lewis J. Levey's cash sate at 10 a. Mr of general merchandise. Lyons & Cohen will sell this morning at 10 A. M., some fine English groceries, 3 horses and 1 Iron "Macneaic Urban" safe. local news. The Casino will be open to-morrow. "To Waikiki, of course," is the answer hackmen generally receive on Sunday's. A native suggests that n good place 'to raise mud turtles would be in the taro patches. Several horseback parties are going out to-morrow. "Gallop apace ye lightly prancing steeds." The Punahou base ball club will play a match game with one of the Public School clubs to-day. It is reported t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 October 1885

1 S" r lv , lf M Hvv ( H fwn VHOffQW"? Tuhr'm,Wi$WWJtyWTlVWt DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1885. eScneml dtfibcrUocmcnto. General .Sbbcrtiscmcnto. (Scnmtl Jluucrttecmcntij. mcrnl abticritocmento. J N. E BURGESS, CATtPENTElt AND ItUILDEIt, Respectfully announces to the public that he has purchased the BAGGAGE EXPRESS llusiness recently conducted by Mr. G. M, Lake, at No. Si Kin; ut, which will be under the manage tnrnlrhlor H. P. DTJRGBSS. 11(8 Express vlll attend the arrival ol every steamer anu promptly ucuvcr FREIGHT, PACKAGES & 11AGGAGE In Honolulu and vicinity. Moved with care. HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, .lustres heretolore kept by Mr. J. W. Hfngley, at No. 84 King street, which will be conducted by his son, U. W. BURGESS, and where everything In the line of SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be found, ot the best huality. Thanking the public for past favors and guaranteeing to promptly execute all orders in either line of busi ness, at reaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 October 1885

'iff N m B' jSL h W a h. m h Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1885. NO. 42 THE MESSAGE. It wm midnight, nnd two women awaited different messengers under one roof. To tho elder, tho nlow paced houn wero bringing denth to tbo younjror a bridegroom. Tho fado.l mlntnus of the rich parvenu's borne had lalu down to dlo, tricing tho doom of all with the cold ttololitn of ths neglected cnl the unloved. Ready to talo her place, impatient to clutch at tho gauds tho othor desp'sed, nnd to parade a triumph which ihould havo boon bar dishonor, was the rival. Sho was a young woman, of course. Bub-tier fomlnlno chnrras than bright oyos, rosy lips always parting in a smile, a slondor figure, and audaalous, girlish ways, wero hardly llkoly to fascinate a man of John Hardon's character a man who had risen from tbo meanest ranks of life, spont bU years In and shunnod rather than sought good company In tho true souse of tho word. To bo put out of countenance by no one ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 October 1885

Now comes another Government official before the public charged with violating the law which he should have set the example in obeying. It has been an open secret for some time past that a suit was to be brought. If the charge turns out to be true it would be exact justice if this official could be put, under the law, into the very jail he kept ready for others who have committed the same legal and social infraction. Vfff JT 5"i ' v,,,'f!',pri,?p mfwjmyrnar"'"i itfc DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY OCTOBER 19, 1885. iV te i- i' &V I. 7 te IW I" v fe: ' T 1j v. It If Zv, is' ' i- ' n i. i ft?" it.- v; ' ft IV IV I' u a THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVKUY MOllNING Except Sundays. At the Office, No.2g Merchant St. Ti:it3ts or svnsvmvrios. Ferannnm . $6co Six month 3- 'I hres months .50 l'er month jocii Postage additional. 3T Subnerlnttomt I'niinble nirnr4 In Ail- ranre. lltief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will alwab very acceptable. Matter Intended for publicati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 October 1885

to. ' 1st ' H - THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will "bo for snlo Tullv nt iho lowliiu Iluoon : li $! PAT'J.": Co .Merchant street T. O. THRUM .....Fort street N.F. BURGESS King street WOLFE CO.... Cor. King and Nuusnu ill C. J. MCCARTHY .HoteU'rcet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS hotel streeet 1'lve Cents per Coi). HlfOAOBJtllffTS. Band at Emma Square at 7130 p. m. Adams & Co. 'a sale of land at 13 M, Harmony Lodge I. 0. O. F. at 7130 P, M. Book-keeping classes nt the Y. M. G A. at 6130 and 730 p. M. Sale of house and lot situated on Bcrctania street at auction rooms of E. P. Adams at 13 noon. local irnivs. The breakers on the reef could be heard very distinctly last Saturday night. The English man-of-war Satellite left Hilo last Thursday morning for Tahiti. Captain Hayley, who has been lying sick at the Hawaiian Hotel for sfiveral days is reported better. At the auction sale of Lyons & Colin on Saturday, an iron Macneale & Urban safe was sold for $205. The Supreme Court requires the atte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 October 1885

wmm&w' iSi55ipTFf'ip DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1885. (Scitcnil Jlbbettuicmcttttf. (Scncml 2U)l)criiscmcnt0. enroll Jlfabcrttacmctito. . (Bcncntl Juucdtfic'mcntfi. cncml Jiuucriiccmcnts. J cncntl ubmtocmcnto. (Bcncntl Jvubct'tiocmcnts. ' . m F $ h 1 .' S ' t 1 : I ' ' W," LH. (S'' vV I t i I.' ' r lUts r '' ir. H ' IK' ' ' , .' , f i ,- , , fr: K V" V. )a. lie h.i h' ' tV 'I N. E. BURGESS, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, RcsDectfulIy announce! to the public that he has purchased the TtA.GrGrJS.G3H EXPRESS Business recently conducted by Mr. 0. M. Lake, at No. 84 Kina street, which will be under the manage. mentofhissonB.k BURGESS. The Express will attend the arrival ol every steamer and promptly deliver FREIGHT, PACKAGES & UAGGAGfi In Honolulu and vicinity. rTTHKrrrxntH ss Moved with care. HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Business heretolore kept by Mr. J. W. Hlngtey, at No, eon the lis Vv nioTittf. Thanking the public for past favors and guara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 October 1885

".B " fs "J? fp vr V 3"vfl jr5 t Tf t f rt fJ" ; ft- u " Daily Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1885. NO. 43 SEA TWILIGHT. tltousoliold Words Cold falls tko autumn ovo on sand and BUlllglo, Tko breakors lift thomsolvos with rush and roar. And myriad voicos surgo and mingle, Along tho lonoly Bhoro. IIopo has long slnco with eummor hours nbatod, And faith onus to and fro, llkoyondortlde, And patfont lovo, though bIio so long hath wnltoJ, Is not yot glorltlod. Ob, tbou honrt's doarest, tako mo, Iildo mo, bold mo Clo 0 In tho tranquil keep'ng of thy breast, For storm and strife and stress of foarj on fold mo, And tho groat soa's unrost, NAPOLEON III IN AMERICA. Ills Ailmlrntlon of Amorlonn How n lTortunn Win Crontoit. IHoussnj o's Coiifosslons Nnpoloon III adnilrod American gsnlut booauio It li croatlvo gonitis; bo grow Indignant over Kronen character that humiliates ltbolt mora and moro In ordor that a man may become a stato oflloial, whethor a minister...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 October 1885

V If " 5rFw?5 TKCB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Except SumlnyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. ir.uns or sunscmvxios. Per annum .$6 oo Six monlhi 300 Three month.. .. i I.JO rer month 5s Postage additional t3T Subterlpllont l'avable alwaut lit Advance. Urief communication! from alt parti of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the cditotiil columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Pmm. Dullness communications nnd advertisements should addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Tress, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should s handed In before 6 r. M. TUESDAY OCT. 20, 1885 A ZJUHtOy JPItOSt 1'UttTVOAL. Fanatics proclaim that epidemics arc a divine visitation, in punishment for our sins, tt may be so, but recent examples have shown that human will and human prudence can do an im mensc deal to check those visitations, and that it is only the sloven, the superstiti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 October 1885

fr5ff53 THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will bo for hiiIo "Dully nt iho : i !' SY!!'. J.R; Co Merchant street I". O. THRUM .Fort street N. K. HUROKSS., ........King steel jyOLFh&CO . Cor. King and Nuuanusts C. J. McCAIU'HY u Hotel street CRSl'AL SODA WORKS.. ..:...:.;:ilotelitre"t JFtvti Cent per Cop. local news. Elihcr you -chew tobacco much or else don't chew It small To cot in one mass of tin foil such a ball. Mr. Ojklcy, a well-known carpenter in Honolulu, was taken to the hospital last Friday. The Kinau sails this afternoon at 4 o'clock ; her next trip will be made on Monday next at the same hour. The 0. S. S. Alameda is due here on the 22nd inst., from San Francisco, with news dates to the 15th inst. Captain Reed will take charge of the steamer fames I, Dowsett in the future. She sailed last night under this new commander. The builders of the new section of the stone church tower have nearly completed its first square, and evidently in a substantial manner. Over 200 men were in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 October 1885

W r "P'T''tfT sfWPi5ry'?wf3!irlw 'iKrf&'WlFFl$&&RTWv'' 4 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1885. CURED BY SUNLIGHT. (Scncntl .bbcrtbcmcntu. (Scncrnl Jluocrttocmcitt0. cncrul Juucrticcmcntfl. ciicntl Jluucvticcmcnto. J (Scncral berttecmente. (General bucrttecmenta. VALUE OF THE SUN'S RAYS AS A REMEDIAL AGENT. Whnt ilia Old Grcoht nnd ltomnni Thought Opinions of Modern lliyil clnns Diseases Citrotl by Umllly Uiposuro to SuullcliU II. Reynolds, M. D., In Phrenological Journal Sunlight is nlmost as indispensable to tho hoalth of living beings as to plants. The elfoct ot deprivation of light upon plants is well Boon In tho polo, long potato sprouts which grow in dark collars whoro potatoes havo boon loft during tho summon Tho sunlight ii rcqulslto to dovolop tho coloring mattor of plants and to dovolop sound and lioalthy growth. Chlldron and young girls roarod in dnrkonod rooms aro palo, flabby, and unhealthy, somewhat resembling tho potato sprouts which grow in tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 21 October 1885

J l& S v- ONE DAY. A. Lnmpman In tlia Current, The troos rustlo; tho wind blows Merrily onto: tho town. Tho tbiuiows croop, tbo sun goos Steadily ovor and down. In n brown gloom tbo moats Rloam; Slonder tbo sweat wifo standi; Her Up) aro rod; bor oyos dronnij Ktssos aro warm on bar bands. The child moans; tho hours slip Bitterly over bor bead; In a gray duslc, tho tear drip; Mother is up thore dead. Tbo bormlt bears tho strango, bright Murmur of llfo at play; In tho wasto day and tho was to illht Titnos to rebal and to pray. Tbo laborer tolls In gray wlo, Godliko anil patient and calm; Tho beggar moans; his bleared oyos Measure tho dust In bis palm. The wl'b man marks the flow and ebb, Hlddon an 1 hold aloof; In hi doep mind is laid the wob; Shuttles aro driving tbo woof. The trees rutlo: tho wind blows Merrily out of the town, Tbo thidows creep; thj sun goes Staadlly over mid down. A 1REMENDOU3 STORM FORETOLD. rrodlctlotn of n Notod Weittlier Prophet A Coming Atlantic Tlilnl Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 21 October 1885

W ' t I E, fc ? raaB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED J2VEIIY M011N1NG Except SuitlnyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKit3in ' aumonivTios. Per annum i .......... , $ Si months.... t.. ( 3W Three month M" Permonlh 5ct 1'oiI.ikc additional, t3T Siioierlptlon I'aiahtr. tifirci in Ail' mure. -- Hrief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always ! wry acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Tubs. Dullness communications and advertisements should U dJresd simply "Dullness Manager," Dailv Honolulu Pew, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Adertieinenti, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In before fi P. M. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 21, 1885 K JUtthouti). WATEB,! WATER! Water will be shut off from the Lower Nuuanu Reservoir, on FRIDAY, October 23, from 7 a.m. to 2 r.M. rcr Order, C 1). WILSON, Snpt. Water Woiks. Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1885. 44-46 uxi'ensv or jtorALTi: In looking over the compiled laws passed by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 21 October 1885

I It"' i c: 1 THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will bo for sulo T)nllvni ilia IowIhk lJ hooh : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co MercMnt street r. O. THRUM , Furl street N. P. UURUESS...,. . ,Klng street WQLPE CO... Cor, King anil Nuuanu st, C. J. McCAIUHV Hotel street URVSFAL SODA WORKS Hotel slrceet J'lro Cent per Vopi, local xnivs. The Boat Clubs were out practicing last evening. The Hook and Ladder Company were out for a drill last night. The' almighty dollar rolls along Foit street towards the circus nightly. The Myrtle boys had better put some soap on the bottom of their boat next time. The Honolulu Rides held no drill last night. To-night there will be a battalion drill. Some counterfeit Hawaiian half-dollars were' in circulation on Hotel street over a month a'gb. The Hotel-street dude "caught on" last night at the circus and started a little side show of his own. Mr. William C. Lane of Kahuku ranch came back on the IV. G. Hall yesterday and will leave for home today. When men wager a bin amo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 21 October 1885

If Y h . ".. V V- t" b', ' i. r 1' K. f tit ,( y ? 1 i DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1885. M ' A 8UCCES9FUL. FRENCH NEWSPAPER. (General bbcttLocmcntfi. (Scncral dlbbcrtiBcmcnb. General JUfoerttecmciito. fficncrrtl Jftbcritocmcnto. General bbcniocmcttU. (Scncntl Jlbucrtbcmcntc. The retlt Jourunl with Its OTtonoiuennl Circulation or 000,000. (Fortnightly RoYlew. Ths greatest French nowspapor Is Ths Petit Journal, the circulation oC which, at tbs present moment, oxceods 030,000, and before tbo and of the year, thanks to tbo ox cltoment of election times, It trill certainly reach tbo unparallod circulation of 1,000,003 copies a day. According to tho late it statistics there aro In Franco about 0,000,000 persons who road newspaper, and admitting that each copy of Tbo Potlt Journal U read by threo or four persons, which Is a low avsrago, ono may any that Tbo Potlt Journal Is road by half the reading population of Franco. Tbo Saturday literary supplement of Tbo Potlt Journal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 October 1885

V i i V : . '.ffclWsBi .., .-T-ff f -( wnBJ'WWlW'CTWV W"VWiW5S rr iV": thrmmtsrmnnm w - nrw i c " M . epliiH Daily Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1885. NO. 45 f STARVING MONGOLS. Jrofcsftioiml QTarus. JJucmcjsjs (Hm'iijs. glttGMCSXt (KJifk. gucinccxs dTitflufj. glueing. Shipping. I WHAT THE SECRETARY OF THE 8IX COMPANIE8 HAS TO 8AY. Why the Ctttnnmnn Goes to Sunday School China a Fearfully den Country Clustering Servants and Tliolr Funny Storlos. Speaking of povorty, I understand ' that it is being felt by the Chinese population, that first groat causa of Iti appearance mnong tho whites. I was talking with the secretary of the Six Companies, and lie told mo that business was almost at a standstill among Chlnoso morchauts, on acconnt of their Inability to find a market for their goods. IIo tells mo that owing to the faot that there Is no railroad work going on, and nothing doing on tho lovoos that a groat numbor of China to are out of employ-meat, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 October 1885

TUB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOllNlNG Exoopt Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TERMS of svnsotttVTios. 'Fer annuninnM.. .. .',... $&co Six months.. . .t.j t. .. . 3-0 Three months.., . ,.,,..... 1.50 Per month. !.. ,.joct . Postage additional. jftV SuoieWjiMon i'niable aheayt'tn Brief communications from all parts of' the Kingdom will always be.rerY acceptable. Matter Intended,. for In tha -editorial columns should be a'ddessetl to ' Editor Daily Honolulu Press. Duitnast communications and advertisements should addressed simply) "Ilusinesa, Manager,'' Daily, Honolulu Press",1 IlonWtu.ftraValiartlflaiW Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should M handed In before 6 T. M. ' ''" lLj THURSDAY. OCT. 22, 1885 '" JUUhoritn. JHnilv' WATER! WATER! Water will be shut off from the Lower Nuuanu ReservolryWFRttlfAY," October 23, from 7 A.M. to 2 r.M Per Order-,. . C. H. r -WILSON, Snpt. Water Works. 44-46 .. ...( Ttl h Sll'H't UtV, I ill li. HStVKLKHii. Wheri...

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