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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 October 1885

i m I j y f5 Klf7pp(t W-'T,' THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will be for n1o TJnUv M tho lOWlllK XlllOOB 8 J. M. OAT, Jr. U Co ...... Merch ml street T. O. THRUM ...... .'.,.,...... Tort street H. K ........King street WOLFU&CO Cor. King and Nuuanu in C.J. McCAKTIIV Hotel street CRVSl'ALSODA WORKS Hotel itreect JVdo Cent per Cop, iiunAwt ENOAaltmiST. Circus (O'tilctit at 8 r. U. Praer meeting at the churches 7130 P. M. The Faranl'Opera Troupe rrlatince at 230 P. M. Adnmi & Co. will telt the furniture of Mr, J. Oat on Kukul street at to A. M, ' LOCAL XKWf. Skating as usu.il to-night. The Opera was well attended last evening. Mosquitoes still have their say in Honolulu. Honolulu Ride's caps were to be seen on the streets Inst night. Our Paul Neumann is a "brick," that's what they say in " Frisco." The Honolulu "dude" takes the cake, when he gets the chance. Queen Kap'tolani and suitCj left by yesterdays steamer for Wai'manalo. No 6, maceration mill at the Honolulu Iron Works is well...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 October 1885

iv pu ' .- tlfr. - '.f ,v Lr DAiLY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1885. A V TEMPERED GLASS. (Scncral bbcMscmcnio. cbbccticcmcnts. (General bticrittcmcitto. (Scuccjtl Jlbbcrtujcmcntu. i (Scncntl bbenioctnenb. (Scncntl Jtbbcrttecmcttto. ATTAINED DY A MANUFACTURER. RESULTS DRESDEN Tha TmiRlimliijr Pence of Ia In Hustle and It 1'nlluro Mr, Frederick Sicilians' , Methods tlnrdenod Glass Blmiilo lroceaos. .. Philadelphia Record!) tVunnn ploco ot ordinary (jlas'swaro Is Mown or cmt In n mold tlio subsequent cool lflg'procosdoa npt equally nffect all its ports and , surfaces, and IU molecules are consequently thrown Into a state of tension orntraln. Tbo'urlttle quality resulting from tlil condition has bocoine n popular synonym for weakness and unroltablllty, nnalt fans long been tbo most formidable obstacle to a proper development of the glass manufacturing industry. For many years (tlas. makers havo sought for somo process by which glass might be modo ns stout as cast-iron .and. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 October 1885

5 .T -( J !-' i sfctwrJJ'"." t "7?" TTWHfc1 'bUL ? If r t .flfc Cm. JJAlliY ( 1, VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1885. NO. si (., At ' . I if 5 ' - .- u V ,! If Hi I I DAWN of day. Sidney Lnnlor, , I Tho ttdo's at full; tlio marsh with 'flooded streams Gtlmmors, a HlnpUl labyrinth ot dreams. Each winding ereolt In grnvo oiitranoeitiont Hot . A rhnpao ly of morning stars. Tlio sides Shins scant with onu forkod galaxy Tho mirsli brass tin1, 'lotlpod 'onlbIsbraaik I they Ho. Ob, what It a sound, should bo made I On, what It n bound should bo laid To thU tonslon of baauty nut pHohco To tho 1 ond of boauty tho bow, or tho hold of rtl'nca tho trills I I fonr mo, I fear mo yon dome of 1 us gloam Will break as a bubblo, o'erblown Inia, droam V " . You dome of tlssuoi of spaco and of night, with star', ro'lghto 1 k withllirlit. with boauty and stlouco, will soom But a bubble that broke In a dream, If n bound of dogroo to this eraco bo laid, ur usounu or a motion ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 October 1885

. vt '5 ru w B'-Jia El ' t ' , THEE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED E'VERY. MOllNING, ExooDt Sunaayg. 1 w , At'thc OfflcVe, No.ag McrchantSt v.. v s m rjcKttris op avmqnipxios. Per annum, VVJAUi.i ... .' tujLvuua. tlSi Six month.. VT.T. 3.00 Three months. . $ l'er month.. ..(..v.... '.!..'... ...... ,.,.,.. 50 cts PoUi additional. t3T Subscription Payable itri III . ! Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. 1 1'j . Malttrnintentetl,, lor, publication in tne eunonai ? ' !..... ;i..M ll. ...M.....! In ' should be addressed sitnplv "Business Manager," ,l)Kiy Honolulu 1'kkss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Advertisements, lo ensure prompt Imertton, should be handed in before A r. M. "THURSDAY QCT, 29, 1885 rf ti TT UK ' . , . ) tttltoritE. K "! ;r, Owinfs'io scarcity of water nil patties having water privllcRCs from the Mnkikl Reservoir, arc hereby tiofiliedlhat the water will lid shut tiff front-said reservoir everyday, from 6:30 p. M, to cm. '...

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

! n t 11 f I! THE DAILY Honohihi Press Will bo An- milo tho lovvlnjx Ij1.iopm : J. M. OAT, Jr. Co,.,,.,., ...Merclrint meet 1'. O. THRUM. !..,.., ..W. torttlreet N. I', 1IUKOKSS..7..;... .....King street WOLVE&CO..., Cor, King and Nuuanu sis C. J. MCCARTHY Hotel mreet' CRVSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet . - ""' V1" Coptf. f TO-HA Y'H 1CSOA OUMICST. Adams & Co. Cash Sale at to a. m. The'l'aranl Opera Troupe: at 8 v. M. LOCAL XKHH, For a lazy lot, commend us to the Honolulu police Services were' held at Fort-Street church last evening. The Myrtle boat boys were out rowing yesterday morning. The Tripp trial was carried on yesterday with closed doors as usual. There will be a noon-day prayer meeting at the Y. M. C. A. at 12:30 to-day. Intermediary Court, Justice Preston presiding, will be held to-day, opening at 10 a. M. Mr. Henry Hart was down to the steamer ehua last evening looking for runaway sailors. An autograph letter from the Czar of Russia has been received by His Majesty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 October 1885

ss . as r . i" ' frrmrfmm DISORDERS THAT ARE DANGEROUS. - Description or Various Dlaensos of tha Hcnrt Nervous Disturbances Vouth'a Companion. The heart I onolosod within a sao (porlcardlumj which worotW a lubricating fluid to provont friction botwaon it nnd tbo ohost. Pericarditis Is an Inflammation of tbo sao. It may bo ncuto, or chronic In both forms tho fluid la altered In and gonornlly much Inoroasod, In ncuto sometimes to a pint or more; in chronic, It has moasurod oror a gallon. Of oourso It Kroatly1 Intorforos with tho action of the heart. Tho acute toudn to rocovory by absorption of tho fluid. Tho fluid somotlmos bocomo purulont, In which caso it should be drawn olt. Tho cavity of tha heart lij lined with a somowhat similar luotnbrano, called ondocar.llum. This mainbrano, and ov poclally that part of It which forms tho may nlio bo Inflamed (andocnrdltls). This glvos rise to llttlo rouglmessas as largo as n poaj to a thickening and sulsoquont sbriukago of tho valves; to a gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 October 1885

at F hi I If If , 1$ s- I'iV, ' J ' - l Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1885.. NO. 52 TEA PLANTATIONS IN INDIA. Government Loading tho Way Scotch Gardoners Work nnd Wages. CI Quarterly Rovlovr. Of lata years much attention lias boon A given to tho growth ot tea and coffoo In India. The soil and cliranto In many parts bavo boon found very favorable in tbolr production. During years of roslJcnco In the bill province ot Kumaon wo bad tea plantations all around us. Tho govornniant led tho way In this enterprise Chinaman, D trained In their own country to grow and manufacture tea, wore brought to tho and under their management tea of excellent quality was produoed. Tho govarnmant gradually retired and loft tho Hold open to private enterprise. Many plantations aro now In tho province, a fow belonging to Individuals, but tho groater number to companies, orglnatod and sustained mainly by European capital. No. The management ot coma of tho largest plantations...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 October 1885

m LV---W 'it, Ol '.L'JirdLJbLj DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEUY MOiRNI'NG IJi.xoopt BinidiiyH. ? At the Office, N&2g Merchant St. t; us O' SUJISCJtll'TIOX. Per annum . . .$6.00 SU monthi . 3 Three-months r. t i.jo Per month 1. .50CH Postage additional. OT Subieripttant l'atttble ninny tn .filets 11 ce. Brief communications front all parti of the Kingdom will always be very acteprable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial column) should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Prkjj Business communicatlont and 'auveriiseinents should b addressed Blmplv"Uuslneis Manasef," s I ,' DAllv HduoLULU Pkess, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In before 6 r. i. FRIDAY OCT. 30, 1885 ;l))uthontB. WATER! WATER! Qljirr in .if iMfclytilpaltlcVlttTinrf walir privileges from the Alaklkl Kcscrvolr, are hereby notified that the water nil) be shut off from eaid reservoir day, from 6:30 r. u. to 5 a. Si. from date until further not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 October 1885

I? THE DAILY Honolulu JPress "Will bo for mlo TJftllv n ilio 1j1uooh ! J. M. OAT, tn. h Co ,. .Merchant street 1. U, 11IKUA1 ....... IV..I alp. SvVtUyi"""""" ..Kinif street WOLFE CO..... Cor. King and Nuuanu sti EwWic.;A&rl,.Y."'!' ' Hotel street CUVSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet Ffve Ceiif per Copy, TO-DAY'S ENOAOEMENT. Cash sale nt S. J. Levey's at 10 A. M. Benefit for Mr. Charles Thrower by the Farlnl's Opera Troupe at 8 r. M. local news. The Tripp trial still 'drags its slow . length along. Things w.erc quiet in town last night no Circus, no clown, no fun. U. S. Minister Resident has ' taken the pains to enquire into the case of Minnie Delaney. The noon-day meeting at jhe Y. M. C. A. rooms ( , yesterday was well attended and a good deal of interest was manifested. In the Police Court yesterday two drunks paid $6 each and a hackman was fined $8 for tampering with express r'ule)Mfj 6. A Chinaman by his own carelessness came very near being run over by a livery outfit, in front ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 October 1885

j' i . ' h tl J ill I DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1885. DROWNING BATIIERS. CScncntl j&ubct'ttecmcnts. (BcitcrrtT 3lbuct'itscmcut5. (Smct'itl cSbuct'ttacmcute. fficitcntt JlbbttitetntttrtB. J (Scncwl Jloucmccmcnt6. cncntl bbevibemcutg. AN INTERVIEW WITH A CONEY AND LIFE-SAVER. The Tint Thins; Noedod In Savins n rot ion from Drowning An Olit Idea Method or Restiseltntton CrnuipsOlTlnB. Trosonce of mind Is tha Drat thing ncodod In saving a porson from drowning," said William Johnson, tbo at tho old Iron pior, to a reporter. "But what good would prosonca of mind do ln'cnso ttiQ drowning porson nmpplcd with you, as was tbo caso with tho girls at Clinton Point tho othor dayF slid tho reporter. "You havo to adopt a horoto romody in a case like that," said Mr. Johnson. "If a porson struggled with mo in tho water I would Btrlko him so as to make him holplass. If ho caught me about tho arms I would, as 1 bavo dono, butt him with my hoad until he reloajod rao. Ho would do It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 31 October 1885

l.-A - .-La-si '''ISiwiSi'WSfl"! EffinrsrTy1 'n' ,'yygg"v'Tff "t1 f" W"",iwi ESS.. I Kb X i .y i.i - VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1885. NO. 53 IN CAPTIVITY. fti'ofcsstomtl Qlm'jjs. $iiGittcjsj5 (Sxxvbis. DucincffiS (Lavbjs. ruoinccc (Hm'ujc. flipping. hipping. THE CHIEF OF THE CONFEDERACY A PRISONER AT FORTRES3 MONROE. Hocolleottom or a T.Ioutonnnt Wlio Sorvod u Ofllaor ol tlio Gttnrtl Untertnlnfns Convorsntlon uith Din Dnvli Sharing Cigar. I was In 1804 (Intlloutonaniin tlio Twolttb United Stnto Infantry, nnd in tlio nineties of my eftptrtlri commnndod D company of tUo first battalion of that reglmont. Early in Ootobor I mas orderod to Kortross Mon roo, and reported for duty to Gon. N. A. llllos. My rank as llautonant subjected mo to detail as offlcor of tho guard, and as suoh I bad for the twenty-four bouM of rny lmmodlolo cliargo of our distinguished prhonor, my ordorj bolnx "not to allow him out of my sight during my tour of duly.1' Mr. Davis was c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 31 October 1885

M'l u 4 i DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1885. c H- LV 1 r ft 2f ', v A Br" DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MOUNING XCxoopt Huilays. At the Office; No. 39 Merchant St. ir.n.us of aujiscitriTio.v. Per M.tim... $S.oo SI month 3.00 Three months M Fer month isocts Postage additional. t3T Sitbiertptlone Paiiible altcayt tn Advance. nrief eommunlctlloni from all parts of the Kingdom will always b very acceptable. Matter Intenled for publication In the editorial eolummihouM IxadrlrmcJ to Eiutor Daily Honolulu Prem. tl'lilness communieat. ins and advertisements should fee aJJressed limply "Uuslness M ana Rer," Daily Honolulu I'kus, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Intertlon, should to handed In before fi r. M. SATURDAY OCT. i, 1885 jj uthoritD. .WATER! WATER! Owing to saucily of water nil parties having water privileges from tlie Maktki Reservoir, are hereby notified that the water will be shut off from said reservoir every day, from 6130 p....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 31 October 1885

V (Fwww?' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, J885. THE DAILY Honolulu 3Eross Will bo for Halo TnUr nt tho IowIiik IMuoas i ). M. OAT, Ir, k'Co);,..,, ,, Merchant street r. G. 'UIRUM.,,.,, Fort street N. F. IIUKOI.SS t ,..i. King street WOLFCtt CO. ...,..., ..Cor. KlnB and Nuuanu sts CJ.McCARrHV ...,. ...:. Hotel S'rect CRVSFAL SODA W0IIK3 .....THotol streeet Viva Cents per Cop). uxa.uwMiixr. Circus to-night nt 8 r. M. Caih Sale at Lyons & Cohen at 10 A. M. LOCAL NBWt). Bear in mind that the Alameda mail closes at 10:30 o'clock this morning. The St. Loulf College band held their usual practice yesterday morning. . The new flag staff lately placed upon the Post Office Building was taken down yesterday. There will be over 2,000 bunches of bAhtiVfa" Etit))cd ' to San Francisco on the Alameda today. Among the arrivals on the steamer Waimamlo yesterday were, ' Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani and suit. The Sunday morning Bible class of the Y. M. C. A. will be resumed as usual upon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 31 October 1885

V t it- 1 If- IcCliesney Wystf 'Wl 'WWBH It DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1885. PILGRIM FATHERS. (Kcircritl" (Scncntl (H&bcrttscmcnfc. (Gcitcml bcrttecmcitte. citcwl Jlbbcrtujcmcitto. citcwl bertfoemmte. (Scttcml bbcfiiacmcnk " CURIOSITIES CONTAINED IN THE MUSEUM AT PLYMOUTH, MASS. ' Portraits of Old Colonists unit Tlietr Successors allien BtnmlMi's Matter, l'ot nml RvTonl Chnlrt and Crnillns Manuscripts. t"0ttth" In Cincinnati Enquirer. Nona of tbs houses In Plymouth havo nny particular antiquity. There Is an old tavern called tbo Window liou'o, which was for n Rood whllo n bank, but it only runs took to the cldso of tho revolution. Thorn xroro a good many Dutch ovons originally In Plymouth, built In Imitation of whnttha pllgiim had seon in Holland. Ono of tho little houses down in tho hollow of tho town It said to havo been partly built in 10(35. Thoro nro about six house? which go back to tho cloto of tbo sovontconth contury, and nono of thorn havo anything antl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 November 1885

wmmmmmm WpH m 53 PiiMiagag, Sfih(, Daily Pr ESS. ! VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1885. NO. 54 AT THE DENTIST'S. flrofcsmomtl QTnruB. DitotncBG Glnrujs. Jhtchtcsfi usincsff (Bixfis. Shipping. Shipping. DIFFERENT WAYS IN WHICH PEOPLE FACE A TRYING ORDEAL Woraon'tlio Most Horolo Henltliy Men , tho Mont llofrnctory Tlio Vto of An nutliotlcn Tnlao TVitilli lng tlio Children. Donver "Is tho oxtrnctton of tootli ns irroat a horror ns It mod to bol" askod a reporter of a Denver dentist "Woll," bo told, "thoro doosn't warn to bo much cbnngo. Tho ldoa, which Is worui than tho thing itself, "ill always contain untold horrors for thoio who tiro vory nervous, -and tho prospoat can soarcoly bo expected 1ft bo plonslng ovon to tho most phloxmatlo tompornuiont," "Who aro tho most horoio in this "Womon, In ovory Instance, particularly invalids. You oe, womon nro accustomed to tho onduranco of constderablo mora pain than tho world ovor droatns of, and frail, dollcato croat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 November 1885

DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVTC11Y MORNING Kxoopt Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. Tl!It31.1 OF SVIISVIIIPTJOX. Per Annum .. i$6.tt Si months . 2.x Three month! , ....... t 1.50 rer month... 1... 1 Sc Postage additional. tST Subscriptions Payable always In Advance. llrief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will aturav. lu. trrv ftrcmt a)i!. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial toiumns snouia be auurcssea 10 Editor DailV Honolulu 1'rCsv Business communications ana advertisements should ke nddretted slmplv "Uusiness Manager, Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian ltlandi. Advertisements, to enture prompt Insertion, should e handed In before 6 r. M. MONDAY NOV. 2, 1885 l Jluthoriti). WATER! WATER! Owing to scarcity of water all parties having water privileges from the Maklki Reservoir, are hereby notified that the water will be shut off from said reservoir every day, from 6:30 P. M. to s A. M. from date until further notice. Per Order, C. B. WI...

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

$ i let " R IF t K IT; v 1. ' v . , T ' 'i tt : '. "J k ffc fl W 1. Ek THE DAILY IX0x1.0lu.l11 Press "Will bo for biiIp TUy nt tho lowlnit IMuooh ! I. M. OAT, Ik. & Co...... , Merch.itLtreet T. G THRUM i.tortstreet N. F. IIOROhbS King street WOLFE It CO ..Cor, Klnj and lit C.J. MCCARTHY..... Hotel sireet' CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet I'tve Cents per Cop). LOCAL news. The circus is still "in the ring," as their superb new programme demonstrates. Docs the restriction act include individuals from Detroit or St. Louis, U. S. A. ? The lady who hurt herself by falling at the Central Park Skating Rink some time ago, is still confined to the house. The regular list of arrests for drunkenness was all the news to be had at the Station House yesterday. Between the Circus and Opera, people seem to forget that such a pastime as skating ever existed. It is rumored that H. L. Babcock will open the Central Park Skating Rink to-day, or at an early date. If hard work can do it, the young " Ec...

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

.. I. "! THE HOME. Of all the tender and comfortablo things That now and than swoot memory brines, Tlutro's nothing dearer that lovo roCalls Than tbo house with Its wall. Not a mansion to-day, though a marvel of' art, Can ever usurp Its place In my hoart, For thoro my earliest prayers were sold, And I slept at night In a trundle bed. 'Nonth ooverllds reaching from feet to chin. By a mother's hand tuckod gently In, And n kiss on my tired brovr Oh, oarth holds no tuoh blessing now. A garden was fragrant In flower beds "IVhero marigolds fif tod their velvet heads, And warmed by sunsbtue, refreshed by dew, Tbo bachelor-button and In a river that curved like a shophord's crook, "We fished for minnows with bent pin-hook, Or with little bare feet oft -waded through, And bravely "paddled our own canoo." 'Twas a homo of welcomo no one could doubt Whose hung Invitingly out And many, a stranger suppod at Its board While blaring logs In roared. Oh, this is an age ot reform and changel And thing...

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

i I . k VOLUME I. CUBA IN NEW YORK. CLARA DELL'S DELIGHTFUL EXPER-' IENCE WITH A CUBAN SENORITA. A Admlrnulo Methods ofKnoplnj: Cool Do- llclnus Drlnlta for Hot Weather An i Altornoon Klip Sleeping on tlio A II1UI1. Cor. Cincinnati Knqulror. Last wook I wroto lomothlrjj; about a frlswl from Cuba, nnd hor admirable mstboli ofkeoplng tolerably cool horo In Now Yoik. Eovoragos ara an Important thing In bcr treatment. But tbay ara" nob alcjbollc, Ucsi you. Sbo calU a nonross, atid asks mo what cooling drink I will bavo tamarind wator, cocoanut wator or Julco No, of limes. Bbe recommends tamarind water ai tho most wboleioms and coolln?, but wbon stao adds tbat thoro aro plonty ot croon T coroanuts fresh from Cuba, and kopt oool In tbo lcobox, I am eager ta drink o icoanut Tbo duenna brlnzs nio a claisfuTL It looks llks wator from a pitcher tbat has hnd milk In It, but ob, bow dollclout It 1st How oft an 1 rich nni swoot. Ultolla Blpj bor tamarind wator In tho otbor window, caroling at tb...

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

le uk ft h K II h .' N if r ' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Except Sumluys. 1 1 At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TERMS OF SOnSOJtll'TIQX. Per annum ..... ' 4&w SiKtnonths ............ 3- Ihreemonths $ Par month, i... :!'":'' 'oc" l'ostaK additional. GST Subscriptions Payable altvayi In Ad' tunce. Hrief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial eclumnl should be addressed to Editor DaiLv HoiioUriu I'RtSS. Buslnes communication and advertisements should be addteesed limply "iiusiness manager, Daily Honolulu Pans, Honolulu, Hawaiian, I i!nd. Advertisements, to ensured prompt lnsertlin, should be handed In before n r. M. TUFSDAY NOV. 3. 1885 B"&utliorttBr WATER! WATER!) Owing to scarcity of water all parties having water privileges from the Makikl Reservoir, are hereby notified that the Water will be shut oTfrom aid reservoir every day, from 6130 P. M. to 5 A. M. from date unt...

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