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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 October 1885

THEiDXlLY Honolulu Press Will bo for Btdo lowinn: Iluoes : J. M. OAT, Jr. &Co.,... Merchant street T. O. THRUM ...Fort street N. P. BURGESS.Ji King-street WOLFE I CO: fii........ Cor. King and NuUanu lit c. j. McCarthys. .............liotei rer CR VS I'AL SOD A' WORKS . I Hotel ttreeet I'tve'CenUFpcf Cop); Clrcujat 8 r. !mV Skatlne Rink ktr7 ku& Y. P. C. E. clitfaiso'MV Cash tale at fceveytiat!tton,'i?6oht,kBeaVr Block, At 10 a. M. SSf if LOCAL NEWfi.1 3 The circus and-churches ran opposw tioriilafel 'nigll r The 'circus 'had! the biggest crowd. HortfA.' S. Cleghorn will for Governor Dominis during his absence on the other islands. The fine radishes seen on Mr. Noltc's lunch tables yesterday were- raised by his customers from the plates Mr. W. A. Bowen, the book-keeper of Castle & Cooke's, is expected to arrive double by to-day's steamer. The)6litemaii(T7H6?wal?eVbpiNolte's clerk at two oclock every morning jars the whole block when he shakes the door. It is rumored that...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 October 1885

1 c If tf I rtiiMt W a!?I7W'(VWwWWritw VJSUT' "wf" r fiwnvTWr ' T sr "U, y r' ft"v 'r'5wrp!5PW"Wn5'P," 7 t i - - - T. DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1883. cncrnl JAbcriiffcmcnto. (Bcitcntl uuctUccmcntc. Jftbcrttacmcnto. (Scncvitl .SbuCrtiscmcnta. . (Emcvrtl rllbucrtiscmcttts. J (General uucmccmcnt. 5c.,cml Jftucrttecmcitto. N, E. BURGESS, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Respectfully Announces to the public that he has purchased the EXPRESS Business recently conducted by Mr. 0. M. Lake, at Mo. 84 King street, which will be Under the manage, rami of his son B. F. BUKGESS. The Express will attend the arrival ol every steamer and promptly deliver FREIGHT, PACKAGES & DAGGAGE In Honolulu and vicinity. FTXEINITTTIUB ss :pi.A.axros Moved with care. HK, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Business heretolore kept by Mr. J. V. Hingley, at No. 84 'Kin? street, which will be conducted by his on, O. W. BURGESS, and where everthine in the line of SMOKER!,' ARHCLES can b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 October 1885

v 1 Ir- mi i ' P tl V . -1 3 5 FOREIGN. THE ROUMELIAN TROUBLE MORE COMPLICATED. Spain and Germany. troops which formed the garrison of Salonica are marching northward toward the Roumelian frontier. The Bulgarians are entrenched at Prcstina, in Roumelia, near the frontier, Athens, Oct. 12 The Minister of the Interior has received a telegram from King George, in which the King thanks his subjects for their patriotic sentiments. The students here are appealing to the students throughout Europe to raise their voices against the injustice done against the Greek nationality through the Bulgarian union The Archbishop of Zante offeis to devote his whole stipend to the national cause. Vienna, Oct. 13 Austria has advised Servia to stop her war preparations and adopt a peace policy, Prince Alexander has sent his confi dential adviser on a secret personal mission to the Sultan. The Ambassa' dor will inform the Sultan that Prince Alexander is willing to go to Constantinople in proof of his devot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 October 1885

Etf. . ft ' I'.'. I' ' i I" if 1) I?.. lh DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOIINING Except SundnyNi At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. teems op suiiscuiption. Per annum i 6oo Six months... 300 Threemonths 1 1.50 rermonth ..jocts Postage additional, tV Subscription Payable ulway In Advance. llrief communication from nil parti of the kingdom will Always be very acceptable, Matter Intended for publication In tlie editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily IIonouiiu Pkku. Dullness communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Dusiness Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed in before 6 P. M. FRIDAY OCT. 23, 1885 $B JttthoritB. WATER! WATER! Water will be shut off from the Lower Nuuanu Reservoir, on FRIDAY, October 23, front 7 A.M. to 2 p.m. Per Order, C. 15. WILSON, Snot- Water Works. Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1885. 44-4 EXPENSE OF ltOYALTY. " The rank Is but the guinea stamp. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 October 1885

It 1 l: J fe. wtmmwwt THE DAILY Honolulu 3?:refcs Will bo for niilo TXilly tit tho lowlnu PIuooh : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street T. O. THRUM fort street N, r. I1UROUSS ... King street WOLFE & CO Cor. King and Nuu.inu sts C J. MCCARTHY Hotel Mrcet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet 1'tve Cent per Cop)). ENGAGEMENT. Skating Rink nt 7 P. M. Lyons & Cohn'c sale at to A. M. Y. V, C. E. Society nt 7130 r. M. I.OOATj NEW.1. This is ladies' night at tho rink. The Opera Troupe shows to-night at the Music Hall. Fort street men declare that the circus is a bonanza. "Enthusiastic Admiration" has been lately defined as a The liackmcn arc complaining that business is picking up. The sickest pigs in town fell indisposed after three o'clock. The circus gives a matinee to-morrow afternoon, and a show in the evening. 0, by the way wc had almost forgot ten to mention that the Alawtda armed yesterday. There is lots of fun in running an ice ream saloon, if it isn't a cold day and you get...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 October 1885

i'i' v. V V N. E. BURGESS, CARPENTER AND lWILDElt, Respectfully announces to the public that ne hai purchased the jaUXPIHSSS Buslmss recently conducted Mr. 0. M. Lake, at No. 84 Xing street, which will be under the management oT his ton B. F. BURGESS. The T irnres. ' t'lend the arrival ol every steamer and promptly didser FREIGHT, 1'AtKAGES & HAGGAGE In and Mutill). IFTTRNTTTJIttES -&S PIANOS Moved with care. HR, LS0, HAS PURCHASED THK Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Huslrcss heretofore krptby Mr. J. W. Hlngley, at No. 81 King strct, which will I conducted by his son, O. W. BURGESS, and where everthing In the line of SMOKERS' AR1ICLES can be found, ot the best quality. Thanking the public for past favors and guaranteeing to promptly execute all orders in either line of business, at reasonable charges would r. spectrally solicit a share of public patronage. OJllee Telephone No. SOU. tleslitenea Telephone No. 1B9 No, 84 IClna Street, Honolulu. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. We take plea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 October 1885

'M ! I mm 1 r rf r f.v V n ji '. ' , A I'lewnftlie Court of Utah, Niiw York, Oct. 2. James H. Hart of New York, ngent of the Utah Emigrant Society and an elder of the Mormon Church, said this morning : "The present action of the courts in Utah is simply persecution. AH kinds of means have been devised during the last fifty years to solve the problem of what is called ' Mormanism.' This is only another phase of it. It is acknowledged by the best of lawyers that the Edmunds Act virtually annuals the first amendment to the Constitution, which prohibits Congress from passing any acts inrcrfering with the free exercise of religion. We believe that this has been revealed to- us from God. We canot obey His law. Bcecher said a few davs aeo, 'If the Bible was true, Mormonism was right.' Wc believe in the Christian Bible. We will contest the Edmund law in the United States Courts, as we can be heard there. If we can get no redress, wc will do the United States justice. The talk of force of ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 October 1885

fciS - THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEIIT MORNING Except SumlayN. At the OInce, No.2tj Merchant St. teems or svmantvTiox. Pcranium ' JSoo Sixnioiiths 3 '1 hree month ' .... 1.30 Permonlli t... 3'c" I'n'tane Additional. tST Subscription l'aiinhle alirag In co. rtrief communications from ll part of the Kingdom will always bo verv axe plable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor DslLV IIoNOtt't.U Press. Vusiness communications and aavenisements should be addressed simply "llusluess Manager," Daii.v Honolulu Phejs, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed in before n r. M, SATURDAY OCT. 24, 1885 CHEIATIOX. That cremation, as a means of disposing of the dead is steadily gaining ground in the United States h n recognized fact. A nerici h u the li )iiur of leading the way in this modern revival of " fire-burial." A new crematory has Lcjn constructed near one of the $Iew York cemeteri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 October 1885

.t. vTfe' .; v Is p. THE DAILY Honolulu. Press "Will bo for Hiilo Dully at Iho lowlnu PlaocNt J. M, OAT, Jr. &Co.,..,,. ...,.,., Mcrcli hi! street T.O.'IIIRUM Fort street N. F. IIUROLSS.. Klnir street WOLt'K&CO.. .. ...Cor. King find Nuuauu sts C.J. McCAKMlY .....' Hotel s'reet CRVSl'ALSODA WOIIKS iltotcl s.rcect J'lve Cents jifr Coptf. TO-DA Y'S JWaAatlMKXT. Skallng Ulnk nt 7 p. M. Adams' auction sale at to A. M. Fatini's Opera Company, matinee at 2 P. M. and evening at 8 o'clock. Woodyear's Australian Circus, adjoining Dodds' Stable, matinee nt 2 P. M. and evening at 8 o'clock. J.OUAI. XKWH. Rice has fallen down poor rice. The Tripp trial was tripped over, A ittau t 0, yes, all the public know what that means. In the Police Court yesterday, twp of the fellows weie fined. The Myrtle Boat Club received a six-oared boat by the Alameda. The best sprinkling cart deserves success if it succeeds in welting thing-down. t m Interesting selections on the seventh page week after to-m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 October 1885

mO . (mSS f f. DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1885. "DEER-STALKING." (General btocrtfocmcnts. mewl Jlbbcrticcmcnls. (Gcncntl bctiiecmcnlo. citcntl JvulwHscmcnts. J (General jsBbcntecmcnto. General Jlbbcrficcmcnto. I K t 'i it' P..f r.f P" '' ,!. I) T , T!.t &r r SOME ARGUMENTS URGED IN FAVOR OF THE KINGLY SPORT. ITlint It Colli to llalso n Sing and "ling tha Game". Tho Lund !) voted to Deef liaising The Totlmony. (Chicago Times. Tito of tha hailing English magazines In tholr issues for the prosont month articles on It appears that this kingly sport Is as attrnottvo as evor, though kings nnl tlielr favorite! nro not now the only persons who engago In It. Fortune, not rank ennblos ono to hunt door In tho forests of Groat Britain at the present day. Lost year, It is said, thero were moro brewers and bankors than batons who wont to tbo highlands of 6cotlands to engago In stag-hunting. Bovoral nublomsn bavo boon obliged to rent out their dear forest) in order to obtain r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 October 1885

fTf?$9 I: H M'. l'. , tr V r'mpMni?$to)H liv p. ' 'fViriTjfHtvptl .1 Daily Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1885. NO. 48 LIFE SAVED BY FLOATING. A Ijuly Who IIiwl Knmigli Frasonoo of Mind to FoIIiut Gooil Advice. Washington Stnr.l To PansoNB About to Diiown. Rotnln your prosonco ot mlnJ as It you woro la your own parlor. Throw yourself promptly on your back. Coaso to strugglo. Simply keop your noso out of tho wator and broatbo through your noso, and you will float, and presently soma ono will coma and pull you aAhoro. ThoaboTO,ls good advice. Probably tho moat rornarknblo Instanco of a llfo saved by obsorvlng this advice occurred at boncb, Accoraao county, Virginia. uuaThUbeach Is ono ot tho outlying chain of Island running down the coast of tho eastern shoro ot that stato, and form tho truo Eonshoro of tholr eastern sldos. Betwoon them and tho main aro shallow broad waters, as thoy aro called, and marshes that aro covorod at high wator, and both Inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 October 1885

r 1 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOltNING Except HiiiiclnyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TiutMs or sinisvnivriox. rcr i6.co Sis-months .30 1 hree months '-50 Permotitli t jocts I'iKtAKe additional. tST SiilncrltH"in VnynMr nUvityn In Ail' rnrirc. lltlef communications fnini all )im of the Kingdom will always 1 very arcejt(Vble. ... ... Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to KUITOJT DAtLV lldNOl.flU J'BPSS. l!uMne communications and ncivenitemcnts should U addressed impl "Miisiness Manager," Daily Hhm)i.wi.u 1'rkm, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed in befnte 6 P. . MONDAY OCT. s6, 1885 Jlutltoriti). WATER! WATER! Owing Id scarcity of water all patties halng water privileges from the Malik! Reservoir, tire hereby notified that the water will be shut off from will reservoir every day, from 6:30 p. M. to 5 A. M. from tlale until further notice. Per Order, C. U. WILSON, Snpt....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 October 1885

1 THE DAILY 'JEXoiiolnltL Press "Will bo foi' nnlo'DfiUvnt tlio Vol- lowtllK 1'lHtiow ! J. Mi OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street l. 0. THRUM ,.... Fort street N. F. IIUROLSS King street WOLFH&CO iCor. King and Nuuanu sts C. J. MCCARTHY Hotel street CRVSTAI, SODA WORKS Hotel streeet J'tve Cent per Copy. TO-PAY'S ttXOAQliMBXT. Adams & Co.'s sale of furniture at Mr. OH phanl's house in Kukui lane at 10 A. M. Circus to-night at 8 ivm. I.OOAh XKWH, Waikapu Plantation on Maui commenced grinding on last Tuesday. The Sunday law was violated yesterday as Usual by more than 300 people. A native wrecked his hack on Hotel street Saturday evening by running into a tree. The mate of the barkentinc IV. Ff. Dimond took a tumble on Saturday, and skinned his nose. Notes on Rev. Mr. Cruzan's excellent sermon at Port street church have been crowded out until to-morrow. One of the cars running on the wire rope at Honokaa got away from the men and jumped the track. Not much damage. The Wailuku Pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 October 1885

t IHS I. l,t u n 1 I't' B MR., MRS. AND MISS. A FEW HISTORICAL REMARKS UPON THESE EVERYDAY TITLES. IIoit, In Enrly Times, riuln Jolin Smith Jlecnmo "Mnlstre" nml Ills Wifo "Mnlstrcss" Corruption of tlio Once Honored Term. Home Journal Not only in our country, but nppnrontly with all niodorn pooploj, tlio habit bos nrhon and becomo a pernmuent and overy day custom of appropriating what wore formerly doflntto titled of high distinction, and making thorn absolutely meaningless by tacking them to tho namo of ovory obcura individual D003 not, for instance, every Gorman butchor and baker expect to bo dubbed "horr" or "lonll" It is tbo same, too, both with tho "monsieur" of tho Kronen man, and tho "slguor" and the "iwnor" of the Italian aud rJpantard. In actual conversation wo arq loss assuming than our neighbors, and "do not requlra to bo spokon of as E.qulro Smith or Lord Jonas, being quite contontod ,wlth a plain "Mistor" our namo; but we are quite apt to feel sllghtod and offonded it t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 October 1885

fpm?$mw&w ftywv?F?fT' vXTYf fFr'",yBt(jy"'?"TTygy '"''''w"' N't!(rrT",Kn( v p3iw;r'y'l's7Tvsriisy'w . ' ". ? $ Daily Press.' VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1885. NO. 49 INDIANS AND IRON DEP0SIT3 To lie round Alone tlio Shores of Lnks Hupnrlor of Eaoli. Ashland (Wis.) Cor. Chicago Herald. Now that the plno barons have gona through this vast wlldornoss Ilka d Boourgo, leaving wreck and ruin In their vrako, other prospactors aro at work devolaplnu; tho Iron doposlts which tradition has long hold to bo abundant In this vicinity. All the stroains aro rod and dark. Tho rocks aro rusty and brown, and ovon tho oarth seemed Impregnated with oxide Wharo tho water nro ttlll thoy look black, and on their surfaco aro mlrrorod tho rocks and plnos rising from their sldo. In tho mountains tho roaring cataraal? and winding brooks aro a do-light to tho oyo of tho as well as tho sportsman. A fow hours' rids from Ash' land will put the fliliorman In tho vicinity of as fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 October 1885

Ws & P &' L A P M If TUB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED BVEltY MOltNING Kxocpi SuiadiiyH. At the Office, No.ag Merchant St. TKjpiS OV HVJISOUIPTIOX. Vtr nnnum . $6.00 SI months.! 11... ...... 30a Three months 1.5 l'er month ....... 50 ct Postage additional. tST Bubtertptlon Payable aUeay in Ilrief communications from all parti of ilia Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication in the editorial column should be addressed td HutTuit Daily Honolulu I'kkss. llusines communications and advertisements should be adJresled simply "Husiness Manager," Daily Honolulu Tress, Honolulu, Hawaiian Iilandi. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should he Itanded in before A r. M. TUESDAY OCT. 27, 1885 j JLUtltontj). WATER! WATER! Owing t" scarcity of water all parties having water privileges from the Makiki Reservoir, are hereby notified that the water will be shut off from mill reservoir every ilay, from 6:30 r. .M. to 5 A. M. from date until further no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 October 1885

r ;?H'Wj , e &.& jvrrv ''W&fBPfigytiwftrpqif&t, jgfssryy sw(tin! 'fp ' f gr ".m sm? nrnflfjrTwmfyi." i '. "sv' SC lM(iM','1r,rr' " 'J If ' -if - l. ! " vj ' 3"71 "" f 'w? w$v DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1885. THE DAILY Honolulu Press "VV1U bo for niiln "Divllvnt ilio IowIuk : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street 1". 0. THRUM Port street N. K, HURGKSS King street WOLKK ft CO Cor, King and Nuuanu tts C. J. McCAUIHY Hotel street CK VSTAI. SOOA WORKS Hotel streeet I'lve Cent per Copy. ENGAGEMENT. The Faranl Opera Troupe at 8 p. M, Circus to-night at 8 r. M. Honolulu Kifics at 7:30 r. M, jmvat nan's. " Come where my love lies dreaming," sang the Hotel street dude. The Morning Star is lying in her old berth alongside the Fish Market. The brave Honolulu Ride Corps will meet this evening at half past seven o'clock and will go through some throating evolutions. This is the period wherein the night blooming ccrcus and flowering aloe, or century plant, are put...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 October 1885

ir Fv- f r. S Ik . WU- f & Ik r if " n jy ii i'"r ' vsyv v r5ai''9WTTj' ' rwi DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1885. STORY OF TI1E SIEGE. flftcncntl bbcciiccjnciitB. (Scncml dLbbcrttacmcnto. (Sctrcntl .Hbbcvticcmcntfl. (General Jlbbcrifocmcttts. (Scncwl bcmocmcitto. cncwl blicrticcmcuto. GEN. QRANT8 DESCRIPTION OF THE MINE EXPLOSIONS AT VlCKSBURQ. nioxTlns Off the Top or a IIIU A Fright- neil Dnrkry Throwing Bilci l'omberton'a Miami-Chaff In thn Tronclies. From tlio SJJ of May tho work of fortifying and pushing forward our portion noaror to tbo onomy bad boon steadily pro-y grossing. At tha potat on tbo Jaakton road In front of Hansom's brigado a sap was run up to tbo onomy'd parnpat, and by tbo 25tu ot June wo bad It undermined and tbo mtno clinrxei. Tbo enemy had countermined, but did not succeed In reaching our mlua. On tbo 23th of June, at 8 o'dook, all being ready, tbo mlno was exploded. A heavy artillery llro all along the lino had been ordered to open with the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 October 1885

.' Iff I I I "'51"- 'wj RIFT ' nmip wpWffw 'J(WI,W 8J',(P " fPWWSP S i s ("..; "I i .ii4?. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1885. NO. So ,-, ---..- -. ...T.. ,..,...,, ,,...... I ' JJrofcasioiml Carta. Dushtcsfi atari). fiusiicstf Curbs. justness (ttarbA. hipping. ghipphuj. l-.l -.. . - ""; AltMY MUSIC. HOW AN ARMY COOK VVA8 CMAB.MED BY A REGIMENTAL BAND. A Minuter Hand nt n Grnml Itevlow Ulliintrlclr.lu.Clinrgo of nl Hogulnr.!; Virginia llionlalovrn The First Mioll. St. Louts Republican. Mr. Lloyd Harris, of Br, Louis, tho following from n rather oxtonslvo buJ Rot of wnr papers nhnndy puulttlio.lt Jinny of tlo veterans of th Army of tin Potomac rerasmlior tho FplciulU band of tho Brooklyn zautivet. Wberovor thoy ftp. poaroil In tlioir gay uniform nn 1 Btiirtj 1 ona of tbolr Inspiring tunas tbo olTect on all the colore. 1 eorvants was oUctrlcaX Ona day while wo war oncampid back of tho Arlington our liouo eable cook bad started with our coffeo pot in bis band from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 October 1885

( (j F ' K -J-. r i i'.' i.( ;. P? . r . ., ?' , ; , ' W"M " Tifn't'1 v'TT?"WPWi'T'' rji . nm ' (aP(SS'' , , j ' f i " ' t. . 7 " v ,Ji tj t t I1' DAILY HONOLULU rjWEpKsDAY, OCTOBER 28, .885. THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVETIY M'OUNING IDxbopt Suncliiys. ' " At the'Officc, N0S29 Merchant St, TBtJs ok svnttonipnbx. VtrTuihum. .. .. . T .""... T. .T.JSoi Six months. .., 1 ... . t.. ..300 Three months ,r,i.ri, ,..'. ,S Per month . .. .1...! ,..t.;i 50 en Postage additional. 13" Subscription Pttynbl utitny tu 1 , s 1 , 1 5 , , ' , i Brief communications from all putts of the Kingdom Matter Intended for ,publicatIoni In that editorial column should be nddrcsiedt? J 't s liorTppAiii.Hbtto(.uur Pm. Business communication and advertisements thould be addressed limply "Business Manager," DjllV HONOLt'lU I'nksj, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, thould e tianflerl In before ft r. m WEDNESDAY OCT.rsfy j88S ! utltiritB. WATJftl! WATJER! Qwinp.lo sc...

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