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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 September 1885

I w WWW'1W ttvpv'f 'V frW' !?TF?ip',T ' ipfr 'ytfffm Vi$$wmir it ivtvu'XT1 ifct. fJl'",W j DAILY HON OtULE P RESSfc VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, .MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1885. NO. 6, J ANNOUNCEMENT.- In order to commence llie issue of this paper on the lit of September we are compelled to adopt a tern porary heading which will be replaced by one of hand some design nnd finish as toon as tho tlectrotspe plate can be obtained from the Coast, when the whole matte up of the paper will bo changed and Improved. PROPRIETORS DAILY HONOLULU PKKSS OUR INVENTIVE ORANKS Donn Piatt Talks About tho Devices ' of Stranded Cunning', Louie Napoleon nnl Atiierlrnn Inventors Tiioiiiiisioii IsllWrc orvliiu Scut Tlio Ucd Cooler nnd JTIonqutio 2iinrtli Who baa not mot, at unplcusnnt freqiioncy In life, n palo, sloudnr, mid seedy man, who luvuntsl Who is theio lias not wlfchcd hlmsolf dond, or tho Inventor In hades, on such occasions) Conquering a continent with a scnrclty or laborers lias developed ...

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. — 7 September 1885

14 1 TDE333 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MOllNING, Excupt SundnyM. At the Office, No.-29 Merchant St. up Hunsamvitos. Per annum 1 i S11 month... Three months. .. 1.50 Per month. .50CU Postage additional. X8T Subirripttont I'afaMc ntieay tn Urief communication! from all parti of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended Tor publication In the editorial columns should be addressed lo Editor Daily Honolulu l'wtss. , Dullness communication and advertisements should be addressed simply "Ilusiness Manager," Dailv IIonoLUH' Pkess, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Adrertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should U handed In before 6 r. H. . MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1885. noon Tiniyas. The Zcalandia on Saturday last brought the welcome advices of the success of the late effort of a deputation of plantation agents of San .Francisco for the disposal of the coming crop or Jcrops. For some years pas this has been done with the" California Sngar Refinery, and as a rule, on ...

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. — 7 September 1885

THE DAILY Xvofeis "Will bo forniilo DiillVul iiic t T, M. OAT, Jr. 4t Co. ... 1 ., .Merc'unt strut , T, O. THRUM f rllMJt ) N. V. 1IUR0ESS , Rnrtnct WOLFE & CO Cor, King and fsuuamiste I C. I. McCAKTIIV . . .Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WOUKS Hotel irccet Vive Cent per Cop. We ask the indulgentt of the public, if any oversight oceuri in (he prompt delivery of the first numbers of our 'paper, or if errors in composition occur, until we can perfect all our arrangements for printing, itsuing and delivering thepaper, and we will esteem it a favor if subscribers will report any delay or failure on the part of our carriers, ' T.00 al nkhs, ' Mr. B. Pctrovits, artist, left for the Colonics Saturday night. The Royal Hawaiian Band will resume service next Monday. The flowing bowl circulated freely on the ZealauJia Saturday last. The public schools of the city will commence next Monday, the 14 instant. Mr. M. D. Monsarrat.and family are again occupying their cottage on Garden Lane. . St. Alb...

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. — 7 September 1885

Sv- . Ji rv 1 r if , T' o r 1 i' K r '. TKCB rF DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, Except At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tic tins or suiiscitti'Tto.v. I'(t annum, $6 vo Sn months .. 3 Three month 1.50 Per month 50 cm Postage Additional. V Nubtcrliitlon Vaynble ntuay tit Brief communications from all part of the Kingdom will alas be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honoli'H' Prkss. Ituslnes communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Dullness Manager," Daiiv Honolulu Pkkss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should Ik handed In before 6 r. M. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1885. noon Tinifras. The Zealandia on Saturday last brought the welcome advices of the success of the late effort of a deputation of plantation agents of San for the disposal of the coining crop or Jcrops. For some years pas this has been done with tWCalifomia Sn'gar Refinery, ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 September 1885

1! f. 3 9 THE DAILY Honolulu Xi'Ofetts win bo roi' hmIo Diiiy ut tin- lowliift X31u0ioh 1 I. M. OAT, In. is Co .Mcfclnntiln.fi T.G. THRUM ,r ,t,iLi N. t IIUROESS , RniVet WOLFE & CO Cor. King and fsuuanu si. C.I. MCCARTHY Hotel tircet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel strecet rive Cehtu per Copy. We ask the indulgente of the public, if any oversight ocemi in the prompt delivery of the first numbers of our'faper, or if errors, in composition occur, until we can perfect all oilr arrangements fot printing, usuing and delivering thepaper, and we will esteem it a favor if subscribers will report any delay or failure on the part of our carriers. LOCAT, NKIVS. " Mr.( 13. I'ctrovits, artist, left for the Colonies Saturday night. The Royal Hawaiian Band will resume service next Monday, " The flowing bowl circulated fteely on the Zealaudia Saturday last. The public schools of the city will commence next Monday, the 14 instant. Mr. M, D. Monsarrat.and family are again occupying their cottage on Gar...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 September 1885

In - T-W?:-B!S iiwfSfwT""1" "VS ' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER ;, 1885. gaUy gmfoluht j$M. fficncntl bbcrtfocmcntc. (Scnciitl Jlbbcrtiocmcnto. (Ecttcml bbcrtlccmcnts. (Scncntl Jtuuct'tiscmcnte. (Scncwl uucvtiacmcntc. (Scncvul Jtltocrtioemcitto. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1885 THE'1 CASTLE & COOKE HOLLISTER & CO. JOHN NOTT, I'IOSFKOTVA. X.IDCITE13. Many maintain that the day of weekly newspapers is past in Honolulu; that the people want their news and food (or thought fresh with their coflee every dayj and that the people arc willing to pay for what they want. At the very nominal figure established as the subscription price of Honolulu Dailies, fifty cents a month, it must be borne in mind that six or seven hundred, or even a thousand subscribers is but a mere bagatelle toward the expense of conducting a newspaper. Our advertising rates arc not such as would satisfy our Pacific Coast contemporaries, or in fact an hut those "who-labor for the love of it rather than for pr...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 September 1885

n ? frw iyt V v.' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS. :U rJL 1 1 VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1885." NO. 7- -$ ':. I'1 J fc&v Wr" Sv, . BrL ' ' a" i: Pf? ?.- Kftf U. & i r P- S?t' v. l. ANNOUNCEMENT, In order to commence the issue of thlt paper on the lit of September! w are compelled to adopt a tern, heading which will be replaced by one of design and finish a toon at th: elictrotype plate can be obtained from the Coait, when the whole make up of the paper will be changed and Improved. PROPRIETORS -DAILY HONOLULU PRCSS BAZAINE'S LOST BATTLE Dona Platt'e Momorlo of the Fiold of Gravo lotto. Vtf Qualities that tOTake Leaders. The Kins of Thought and the Master or Action The Con- !u or the Feasant's Son. The cowboy ii slow to lcnrn, but Is looming at last that military efficiency la incon tltttnt If not antagonistic to the intellect. Through the long lino of men killers from Cain to the eminent Captain of to-day, twe only are remarkable for brain one Jullui Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 September 1885

1 O THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. IQxoopt Hunrtnyw. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKllilS Of HVllHOttll'TlOS. Per annum. $6ou Si months.... . .i,. 300 Three months . . . .S" Per month 5ct Postage addltlonil. OT Suhufvlptlotia Vajnble aUray In Uricf communication! from nil parts of the Kingdom will always be verv acceptable. , Matter Intended for publication in the editorial columns should be addressed tn Editor Daily Honolulu Prrss, Dullness communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Ilusiness Manager," Daily IIonuiulu Pur-is, Honolulu, Hawtllan Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In before 6 r. M. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1885, A SUIT DKAL. Much speculation exists in the minds of many in the community as to what the effect of the recent sugar move will be to us. That it is an important step upon which will devolve grave questions no one for a moment doubts It is not remarkable thatthercare those who have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 September 1885

THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will tio for biiIo Cnllynt lho Pllioon ! J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co ....Merclu.it strtn T. O. THRUM t.,rt street N. F. MJROESS.... King trct , WOLFE & CO ....... Cor. King nnd Nuuanu sts C. J. McCARTHV. Hotel sircet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS., ..I Hotel itrecet Five bents' per C6pi. We ask the indulgence 0 the public. if any oversight otcurs in the 'prompt delivery of the first numbers of our paper, or if errors in composition occur, until we can perfect all our arrangements for printing, issuing and delivering thepaper, and ive will esteem it a favor if subscribers will report any delay or failure on the part of our carriers. local news. Lookout for flic Mariposa this forenoon. The Honolulu Rifles meet to-night put on your brass buttons bpys. Mr. A. J Cartwright hns presented the Honolulu Library with another lot of books. Mrs. Julia M. Damon is expected home October 8th. Her health is now excellent. The steamer Likclike will try and lower the record to-day. It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 September 1885

p.-- ?: .i- ; ' r EV' i 1 l lT TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1885. pjioavKCTtta. t Many maintain that the day of weekly newspapers is past in Honolulu; that the people want their news and food for thought fresh with their codec every dayj and that the people are willing to pay for what they want. At the very nominal figure established as the subscription price of Honolulu Dailies, fifty cents a month, it must be borne in mind that six or seven hundred, or even a thousand subscribers is but a mere bagatelle toward the expense of conducting a newspaper. Our advertising rates arc not such as would 1 satisfy our Pacific Coast contemporaries, or in fact any but those who labor for the love of i rather than for profit. This paper will not be run for glory, but will conducted on a sound financial basis and value received will be given to its patrons in every case. We believe that the independent elements in the community will appreciate and properly support a daily morning paper that is outspoken ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 September 1885

b'i ;.- ( r" W J ' . O ' (r r' 'MewSMfAVWj ? f. DAILY HONOLlJLIi f .' . VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1885. NO. 8. Si $irr: i&'- ''- i"" i " M:v . ' k; ' . Ct , ' h ' ' ,-. AHlTOthTOlliBNT.. In order to commence lb Issue bf ' tlili paperoh: tii'e lit of September, we are compelled lo adopt A heading which will bi replaced by one of hand-Mint deslgu atid. finish as ioort n th electrotype pWs can hi ootalne'dfrom the Coast,' whin the whole matte up of the papir,will be changed and improved. PROPRIETORS DAILY' HONOLULU PRESS THfc MISSING HEltMIT FORTY-FOUR YEARS IN THE FOREST A Connecticut Gentlemrtn Wlio line lu tho a 1 Life- Story. IDeugman's Fprry (I'll.) Lotter. Austin Suelchm, tho old horuilc who ho. lived for years nloite In tUi Pike County wIldomOaB, nlno milos Ltici of this village, has been mlsslnu from hit hovol for nearly tlirco week, ntid as In never voluntarllv wont far enough rrom'.hlt retreat to keop ' n absent tnoro than i few hours, ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 September 1885

' .V .i It I. W 1 1 r A rs ' W?K V T ,1 'L r; THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEUY MOUNING, Except Sundays. At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. thicks up avnsanzi'Tiox. I'cr annum,. ... .. $6.00 Su month j. , . , 3.00 Three months 1.50 l'cfraonlh ..50CU Postage additional. T 6ubcrtptloM I'tiialile atteau f -'- lantt, Urief communications from nil parts of the Kingdom will lway be very acceptable. . Matter Intended for riubliitatlon In the editorial column should be addressed to EntrpR Dailv Honolulu Phksj. Business communication and advertisements should b addreiied limply "Business Manager," Ijailv Honolulu Prkss, Honolulu, Itau'ailan Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In before 6 r. M. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1885. on 0Lr.1t .4. Should cholera come, what then? The question as to whether cholera can be averted is already being discussed in the American periodicals. Men eminent in medicine and science are tending their aid and endeavoring to prep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 September 1885

m ? THE DAILY Hojiollllll DPl'OteSS "VV1U bo for hivIo Dally at tho JMiiooh : 'r'n,?mftiMkCo McrcU.it strcti IiU. 11IKUM , Irrtttrtut N. F. HUROKSS , WOLFE fc CO.. . Cor. King And Nuuanu sis C. J. McCAUlllY Hotel s'rcet CRVS I'AL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet Vive Cents per Cop)) We ask the indulgence of the -public, if any oversight occurs (u the prompt delivery of the first numbers of 'our paper, or if errors in composition occur, until we can perfect all our arrangements for printing, hitting aid delivering the paper, and we will esteem it a favor if subscribers will report any delay or failure on the part of our carriers. , LOCAL kjuvs. Rev. Mr. Davis of Kont, Hawaii, is in town. Judge and Mrs. McCully are enjoying their vacation in Kau, Hawaii. Mrs. C. N. Spencer and Mrs. Lincoln Spencer of ililea, Kau, Hawaii, came down by the Hall. Mr. P. C. Jones and daughter arrived by the steamer yesterday after a pleasant trip to the coast. Jamie Wilder writes glowing descriptions of the clima...

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. — 9 September 1885

n in !! & jUmBRi v JJ - -- "T vftn g i '! ' l. W' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1885. gniJjl gflMtoto . General Jlliljcttbcmcnte. tifcnxttii Jlbbcrtfocmcnto. (Scncntl sUfabcvtiscmcnto. (Scncntl rUbDcrtijBcmc.tta. CScttcml Jlbbcrtbcmcnt0. tScncntl liitict'iiccinctttjo. r afj Icl ft' I 1 iv . s , ElV. ' ft" '. H .' 1 fc . R ft - W ?' ' ly ji ft fc 1 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1885. WAYS OF CONNECTICUT CATS. w Two ITIm Mother Uatrlel Thvlr Offiprlng Great Cat Mortality. iKorwIch Cor. N. T. Suu.1 The Connecticut cat Is fertile In oxpoJl ntt. Kd. i'arktmrst'i cat, nt Norwich Town, finding that" Ue could not Hv peaceably with dogs, boys, and otbor cats, took her kittens) in her teeth, one nt a time, icraicbod her way up tbo bark of n big aim in tho front yard, and stowed them In it hole In tbo tree, olghtoon foot from tha ground, that wm two foot deep, with an opening jmt largo onoligb for her to crawl through. Thero she enjoyed life with her family. When she was off call lag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 10 September 1885

ft pP$Eirw?fr"ffWf jt ( s t T T Ti ci m f DAILY HONOLIMJ r nrjo, f .5 , i . VOLUME I, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER io, 1885. NO. 9. m ANNOUNCEMENT. In order to commence the Issue of this paper on tlio 'tit of September, we are compelled to adopt a temporary heading which will be replaced by one of hand-tome design and finish as loon ns the electrotype plate can be obtained from the Coast, when the whole make up of the paper will be changed and improved. PROPRIETORS DAILY HONOLULU PRtSS WENT IN FOR COMFORT. The Ion Taught tho l'ltMenrjurs on a PhllHiIitliililA Knltrotiil Trnln by it Couploof AITootlonnto Unrinnns Xho Illgtit Wnj tnTrnvol. Just boforo tun nlno o'clock train started out of tho Jersey City depot of tho Pennsylvania Railroad tho other hlglit, a llttlo woman, followed by a llttlo man, hustled Into tho car. Both woro vory routtd and hOrt, and oacb wore enormous spootaclos with gold rims. Thoy wero well dtoisod and very much wrapped up In oach othor. Ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 10 September 1885

; sW ' fc l I B .i'1 Wk ,- v IT.4, , lf . , 9 & V fa . y- r C .1 ti PBW F1 .TTr'tPy (. r ri I""'t ' f t : ' u DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1885. " THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEBY MORNING, Except SumlnyB. At the Office, No.ag Merchant St. TEiista or svmcmvxjox. Per annum. .. i.oo Six months.. ........ , 1 .. 309 Three months .'. 1.50 I'r month , 30CIS Postage additional. t3T Subiertpttotm Payable altcayn tn Alliance. Ilrltf rammnnlcatlons from nil parts of tin Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended Tor publication In the editorial columns should lie addressed to Editor Daily Honoiulu Puma Business communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "I Justness Manager," Daily Honoluiu 1'hess, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isltnds. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should U handed in before 6 r. M. THURSDAY, SEPT. to, 1885. JIONOLVLVZU HT11UKTS. Our contemporaries art a unit upoti the disgraceful condition of our streets They h...

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

1 I' kl THE DAILY Honolulu Press "WIU Ijo tbv Btilo Xnilr nl iho yinoos t h 5!" PVJ. J.R; Co" Mercl m' ttreit T.O. THRUM...,, I i N. K, IIUROI.SS, , . K 'street WOLFE & CO., ,..Cor. King and Nuuviti sit C. J.McCARlltY ., Hotel vreet CRVSFAL SODA WORKS . , Hotel slrcect 1 Ttve Cents per Copy, LO0.lt NEIIS. Dull ? Yes, awfully dull yesterday, all over town. A letter awaits R, S. Smith at the Noon-day prayer meeting will be held at the Y. M. C. A. to-day. Fishel's new building is beginning to receive the sign writer's artistic touches. A tandem rig was seen on the streets yesterday driven by one of the Mariposa's younger officials. Nyum, Nyum, as the fellow said going along Fort street munching on one of Levey's luscious peaches. Russet apples yesterday, at auction, started at 73 cents a box. After some delay the rest began to move off at $1. The plantation railway between and Waimea, Kauai, which was damaged by the late rains has been repaired. On the trial trip of the S. S. Likel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 10 September 1885

GOOD OR BAD TIMES. " "Wtfnre tired Of the markot and have drawn op the following, which wo warrant SrllVhold good until if tor the Presidential .lootloni, STOCKS SHOULD ADVAKOK. Because) of the abundant harvests. The . f wht crop, is estimated at 400,000,000 bushels. The smallest wheat crop of late ' bushels, and the largest In 1832 (505,000,000 bushols. ,,'lcou?? India promises to sond loss' WBcsVlnto Europe, and foreign crops aro j 'Beanuio o'vbryUilngoicopt coal Is low, and most things are below tho cost ot pro ductlon. The present price of sugar makes molasses worth nothing. Oil can Vtfelacod'aboVelground' for its present price of stxtyflve cents per barrel. ' '-.wheat, nosVat bents o bushel ' at Chicago, has always proved to bo cheap w.t(jinderi dollar J .only thoi Pennsylvania )'BWel Company' can sell steel rails at under thirty dollars, and, few, It any, furnaces can afford to- make iron for the prosent prions. Becaase stocks have tumbled; for three years from July 2, 1881, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 September 1885

ii !. h p m, ' ' 1 "1 i H. , t -,, ' , l w Sr , ., fVr -TO "V Mi t c i" rt sV 4 f r jjk f 4 - t -v ,-, Ms ILY HONOMJLU PRESS, 4,rf .- K 'W I W .VM I , , VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, -FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n, 1885 NO. 10. . a rV'sti; ' ' .i ANNOUNCEMENT, In older to commence ilia issue of tilts' paper on die lit of September, we are compelled to adopt a temporary heading which will be replaced by one of handsome design and fmlih as toon ns tio electrotype, plate can be obtained frimthi Coast, wliei) the whole juake . t t a i . . j up of the paper wilt be changed and Improved. " PROPRIETORS DAILY HONOLULU PRESS ANEWSPEOTOQRAPHEK, A pliotogrnphor Is not usually reckoned fti part of U10 legitimate oqnlpinunt ot a gtalT. Mct jotiinnll brWo rulibotl atone without assistance of this Bolar) ftincUowiryv jlils modern, 'Jchuimj, who commands the sun, not to stand still but to hurry up and draw pictures for him. Vot ho Is an Indispensable flguro In tlio forco of an Illustrated dally, A ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 September 1885

JWWC'" V.'- u( ' 'Qi r.' JM. DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n, 1885. v a- .. ta '" i IA t.lF ' 1 'U " $ M,. ' f Ik f! n ' ..v " , ' i.it 'tf . 1 .' Th fk f ' ' ,"Mi -'P y, . " i"'f'i ' ,X. i "." Vt h. 'Vvl f ,a H IP ',. f I", -.V ,. ur -V,. V?juji. 1 T r I' ' SV" It: 1 i r B w mil It ir. r r THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS . IS PUBLISHED EYERY MORNING, Except Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TV11MS OV SUlliiVHIVTIO.V. Per annum. .....,.......... . $5.M Si month.. , '.... 3.00 Three months. . . . ... i . . .... . .-.. . . . . ,...... i.jo Per month......! 50 en h Postage additional. MT Bubterlptlone 'ufnf nluayt In Brief-communications from alt parts of the Kingdom 1U always be Very acceptable. Matter intended for publication In the editorial columns should be Addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Prim. business communications nrid advertisements should be 'addressed simply "Business Manager," ' , Daily Honolulu Prkss, i ' Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. - 'Advertisements, to e...

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