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

r ' ;-) & & k'h i: W'i: M !fe Li?..' Mi - j? THE DAILY Honolulu Press Will be, fdr h1o "Dully tit thu lowltin J.lllOOH t J. M OAT. In. it Co... ,.... Merchant street r. O. THKUM.. ,...,.. Fort street- N. t. HUKUKSS King street WOLFE ft CO Cor. King and Nuuanu iti C. I. MCCARTHY.., ....M.Hotel t'reet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS..,.,;. Hotel Mreeet JPIve Oentt per Copy, , LOCAL NtSWS. The Likelike arrived this morning at 3:30 from Maui. The James . Dowsett arrived this morning at four o'clock, from Molokai. There will be eight buoys used in the regatta. Three new tanks and five . barrels. The steamer Mokolii arrived last night about half-past nine from Molokai. The appearance of the city front is being decidedly improved by a liberal supply of paint. The sloop Lena,, the property of Messrs. Purdy and Rothwcll, will be entered for the races. A person interested" in boating suggests .that a number q holokus be pre sented to some of our rowing clubs. Friends of temperance are requested to...

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

" ( "V I 'l H 1 V NEWSPAPER WRITEhs. Contributor lo tho Jliigmlnri Writer for ttio Dally l'ress Fnino. Loulavlllo Courier Journal 1 After Ml tlio best mochanlc aro not tuna-tours, but tlioso who mnlco It tho buslnoss of tUolr Hvos. Most of tho best writers In tho country aro engaged In practical nowxjmpor work, as llttlo rocogntzoJ as this fact inny be. Writing Is tbolr profession, nnd they tlu It better In almost every cnioihan amateurs. A largo nunibor of tho mngnzlno wrltors of .to-day aro tirofosslonal mon, aclontlflo moll, soldiers, trnvelora and oxplorors. Tho subject matter of , tholr aHlolos makes them valuable, not tfio manner In which It Is ' ' prosontod. Many and many an Interesting skotch or profound essay j written In an awkward and ungraceful way, which uo good city editor would allow 0110 of his reporters to llso. Columns aro read through, and tho gist found tucked away in a fow linos at tho ond. Ho wonder Dean Swift salt that books woro like you must look for tho hos...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 November 1885

'-' w "tfJ.'..J V M.RM, '. i'K. i ' 'lv"j , I""' !..- S . s :.. i iKh ; if '.' I ; ;.A fife- IF' . t '. .:- WV : B"- f t . ' . . I , ! s? Ji"J v !S"U. EJ"' ; "j1 JS?; it-'. e;- 1 'K fe If.:' "' . , ? to''' r' , .v 1 J . - L J" !-i-UJ VOLUME I. THE BATTLE OF MONTER-V. TI10 Assault Upon tlio Capital of l,ow Loon, and Its Capture Inter Ocean. In:Mriy,,1810, Clou. Taylor had crossed tho 1 Rio GrnnJo aud taken poiscsslon of tho city ot Mdtamoras. There ho uutll Septombor, when, having tho mala (Uvliloa of the army, under Gin. Worth, marchoi toward Monterey. That city, tho capital of Now Loan, wa a itrsnjly fortlOeJ place, nnd thtn derendod by Gen. . Ampudla with nbaut 903J Mexican troops. Tho city haUbeiive'ry thoreujrlily barricaded, la expectation or an nttick, from tho Americans, both without mid within. Stronjj forts with cannon commanded the roads leadiuj Into tbo town, aud on the flat roof i of tho bouses woro parapets of sani bajs to protect tbo coldlery. Tho first assault was mad...

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

-' rV ". .. ' MT . bl & : v i,V ft-. . i ! k f. A' t I. fm ' ttV . v "T ",. ft s . DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1885. TIKE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED' EVEIIY MOItNING ISxcopt SuiMlny. At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. tkiixs of sunaanirTxos: J'CTwmm . ............ .... k .$6.00 a months. ,. .., . Turte months.... j.t ,.', i.so IV month,'! ....... ......... jocts Postage additional tar Subtertpttont I'lijaM atwayi In Brief communications from (II pirn of the Kingdom will always be ery acceptable; Miller Intended for publication In the editorial oluranl ihould be addressed to Editor Daily Uomulvlu Press. Ditanni e addressed limply "Uusinest Manager." Daily Uomolvmi Puis, Honolulu, Hawaiian Island. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be banded in before fir.il. Twenty;five dollars reward will be given at the office of the Daily Honolulu Press for the arrest and of any party or parties who hae been stcalitiK the Daily Honolulu Prkss from the door...

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

. i'.-, l r iu ';' " IV'"- '&'- yf '. ?r 'THE DAILY Honolulu Press Will hn Cov ffulo TDnllvnt Jho Kol- lowlllK lJllSOOM ! J. Mr OAT, Jr. & Co., Merchant street r.O. THRUM. .Fort street N. F. DUROESS King street WOLFE&CO,. ...'.... ..-.Cor. King and Nuuanusts C. I. MCCARTHY 1 ;.t Hotel street CRVSTAISODA WORKS Hotel streeet ' Cintt per Cop)). l.QOAh NKWS. The races commence at nine o'clock this morning. . Owing to to-day being a legal holiday Bishop & Co. will not open. The Press accepts the kind invitations from the Regatta Committee with thanks. The Rev. E. C. Oggle is still confined to his bed, but hopes arc entertained for an "early recovery. The Eclipse have changed their colors from white and pink to blue and white streamers and red letters. There will boa. hookupu this morning at the King's palace when the'natives will make their annual offering to their Majesty. One of the oarsmen of the Junior crew of the Myrtles met with an accident yesterday that will not a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 November 1885

r. " DAILY HONOLULU -PRESS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1885.- LORD GORDON-GORDON. (Scncntl bbcrtiscmentfl. (Scnxtttl Jlbbcdiocmcnls. cncntl 3bUccti0cincitt0. (Gcncvrtl uucrtbcmcnlc. cncrrtl ubcrmtcmcnUn cncwl bbcrficcmcnto. iX 'i. 1 v A Noblcmnn Wlio Duped America' Sharp est Xtnllroad Kins. W. A. Criffut in tie York World.1 Do you romim tar Lord Gordon-Gordon, heir of tbo nob!o house of Scotland, com u of tb Campbells, nnd descendant ot "bold Loclilnvnrl'' Ho was a low-bred knave. In Scotland bo ha I been ofton "wanted" by the sheriff, but he Dually stolo f 100,000 worth of diamond i lit Edinburgh, and six months later, lnl3j,tnalo bU appearanco In St. Paul, Mlna, as Lord He had $10, 000 In tbo local bank. Us presented forged letters of Introduction to a few, nnd became the lion of tho tjvrn. Uo won tbo ontlro of John B. Loomls, land ot the Northern I'noltlo railroad,1 and rnterod Intj contract t J buy several million acres of tlo ccm,miy'ii land. Ha would go and pick It ou, ho sail loomh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 November 1885

JS ?4&i '. ' . - , y .. . i VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1885. ...NO. 67 professional Curbs. Iluciiicss (Ehroc. $ismB (frarbs. Insurance oticcc. Shipping. Jupping. AFTERWARD3. pUlzabtth Stuart rhelp. Tbore Is no vacant chair. The loving most A croup unbrokca smitua. Wiio kuovra howl One slttuth sllont only, In bis usual seat gavo htm onco that freedom. Why uotuowl Perhaps ho Is too ncary, and nocdi nrt lie ncaded tt too otteri, nor could we Bestow. Ood gave it, knowing how to do so but. Which of us would disturb him! Let him be. Thtro is no vacant chair. If ho will take Tlia wood to listen mutely, bo it Ucmo. By hit least mood wo crossed, for which tha ' hoart must ache, Plead not nor quoatlonl Lot him havo this one. Death is of life. It Is no vrhlm Dy which llfo's Giver mocks a broken heart. Death Is Ufa's reticence. Btlll audible to Htm The hushed vuice, happy, spoakoth on, opart. There Is no vacant chair. To lovo is still To have. Nearer to memo...

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

wf.. i ' if f.v . tf.v . I'.." i' 0 IV u tiu if '1! u 0 k DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED JEVEJtY MORNING Excopt flHHdiiya. At the Office, No. 9 Merchant St. TKRUM or HTBiCKIPTIOS. immnv....,., . .toil (WMirt........... tXO TWeeamtW..... ,,..., ......... i.yj AlMlil,,,,,,,, ,., ................. )9U Pasta iMUiul " M Multtrtptltni FayaUe aluy tn AA , BffcfoowwiesicacfeastVoei all parts of the Kaif&ea W astray V very ptiM. " Matter iatrtvtej paAtfaatio ia A UkctUl fuw IknU t add m4 t (Csrits Sar KicirPcts. Bsiitms wiwuiwmmaai ad Htmrnaaii b?M swMreeeed eta? Hiltni HiMtg,' . bllHVKMtUUI PS. . AmtteeseeMe, 19 amwrt'srvia to'OiliiMi, itU V k64 in Uf(t tr.u. Twenty-five dollan reward will be given t (he office of the DyuLY Press for the arrest and conviction of any party or parties "who have been stealing the Daily Vr.ts frorn the or of regular subscribers. One half of the above reward will be paid for evidence leading to the conviction of such parties. MettnlkilrENthhfrft' TUFSDAY ...

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

W e (Sbt M THE DAILY Honolulu. Press Will bo for tmlo Tiitlv tit t ho lowliiit VlUOOB I J. M, OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street T.O. THRUM .....Foil street N. F. HUKUKSS Kins street WOLFE & CO... ........ sCor. Klnzand Nuuanilits C. J. MCCARTHY ..Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet Five Cent per Copi. I.OVAT. NtiWH, A number of interesting locals are crowed out of issue on account of the report of the regatta. They will appear tomorrow. An unjust attack was made upon Mr. Frank Godfrey in yesterday's Advertiser which that gentlemen justly resents- in this morning's Press.' The Eclipse boys . entertained the members of the Kapiolani Club and some friends in the .successful way that they do everything elsethey take hold of. Yesterday afternoon a small native bov was crowded off the Inter-Island wharf and had it not ' been for prompt assistance he would have, drowned. The manager of the circus requests that all accounts against them be presented ' between nine and eleven o...

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

'1 If 'li ; in .i, J?'- '' ?!"!' ?.;.. : . 1 r I A SEALSKIN SACQUE. WHE1C THE MUCH-DECKED OATV ' M6NT COfttS FROM. Bsvaetartaer ffestlt In rapt llottawl "JTsa ,! Cotnmerela Company sn ea Xalea ef Kate JHttH Kialrd in Tannlnf. (Baa rnw)iw Letter." Ifearir H U tmbkte itwl ,1a ta world eoipeVlrom Arasrioaa water aad American feWttt, Ita prodaeUoa I almost xelalrr sAeMriean todtestrr, mad JBonstfeaa W per cmrt. of 'tka oattro asaoaat prvdaeed te tssod la Antcriea. Tab oowt it tao great loaret of asi taa woman of tab Ujr us tew Jrgt barara la proportion US taalr Bunlwn WlUs. tae adroet of wtatcr Usey tuv strata doesta ttt. cloaks, asd a briof ateteaot bUabiorr of aasabUs sneqw wfll sow fca About Jan. 1 Mm als cocas to ta oas of tab cchbcj, fotaWiBg taa ate It sty apon whlca llsey feed, TTaojr art yh7 feted of salmon, jrowtr fcoUsst aad atari and art gnat coaBOfeasurs la taa xaaUar of tAJectteg Uw saovt teaptfec yfeeatorial fodder, After tfasav alrat j (O to sUop oa top of taa sratr, Bad ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 November 1885

i '. ft ,8- ER , ' .T HM Daily &. I RES it." vi VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER i8, 1885. NO. 68 CHINESE LEGATJM. professional (Eatbs. business QTarlis. Itusmcss (Earbs. IiiBuntitcc c(lotkcs. glupnlng. Iiipi)iitfj. HOW THE MEMBERS ENJOV LIFS AT THE CAPITAL, Throncli tlio Stroots ol Washington Uovr tlio Celestials Clhlo Through Socloty Tlio Jnrmnoso and Chinese, Tho Chtnow d'affaires, Jlr. hat Ivwok Cti tig, ocuuipmi'eJ by ono of tbo at taibes of tho legation, Mr. Lin Chan; Tsun, hired a largo cutter 'yotcilay, rolled up In henvy llki' ninl tan, and started out to tnLo a sleigh rlilo. It Is very raro that tboro Is enoi'jju snow In Washlnjtan for any kind of cioigattig. Tho llttla snow tbat falle soon turn into nlub, so tbat tho capital in tlcighs holt) is a very modest ono. Tho hoip and shabby vehicle! upon runtiors rontoi by (ho keopors are hirad at (5 an hour For tlo last day or two tho sleighing In Washington has boot very good. Tlio Chlnamon men. tlono...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 November 1885

& Jf. '4-IK y ta . l- 'J.'JdLkI DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Except inMiInya. At the Office, No. aa Merchant St. tkkxm or MvmanttTfTioy, Tar. onsm.,...! months.) ,. ............. (.... Thrt ewnths.i,. ,! f. ,( F snonth ...i...... ......... oTiifch parties. r . 3.00 . 1. so Postage aomuonai. 1 . i.A .1 mr ssrslJH rwakto admit In Brief eraisnUattoflsfroeairi parts of the Kingdom iU always b rery cttpuW;1 , . Mailer Intended for -publication In b editorial lnuu should U addressed to gJoiTon Daily Honolulu rau. Bailaetl comraanleations an aavemsemenlt should addeased slaaplr "Business Manager," DAlLr IfOMOLVtU Pt, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. AlrertlMaaot'l,' to ensure prompt "Insertion, should U handed U Wore Ir.u." , Twenty-five dollars' reward will be 'ilveri' df the office of the DXit Press for the arrest arid of any party or parties, who have been stealing the Daily Press from the door-steps or door-yard's of rcEular'sub'scribcrs. One half of the above reward ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 November 1885

- & . 1 V 1 : 1 fc , M. OAT. In. iCd THE DAILY Honolulu Prows Will bo ftov nnld Tfilly at tho XMuooh s I T.O .'til HUM ' N. F. IIUKOKSS". WOLFU&CO.. .., ,.,.Cor, c. J. McCarthy CKVSI'AL SODA WORKS J'lve Crt jier Co). LOCAL NES. ..... Mercl ant street I ..t street Kliiit street King and Nuuanu tit .Hotel I'rctt Hotel streeet Since the races boating circles Iiave been very quiet. There H every probability of a new Rowing Associntion bcirig formed. The barkentine Morning Star will sail next Thursday morning at ten o'clock. Not that the cjreus is gone, people are looking around for some place of amusement to pass their evenings iri. The photographs of the fast yatchs with the winning time1 can be seun at Oat's store on Merchant street near Fort. The band made the evening pass pleasantly to many by their delivering harmonious strains at Emma Square last-night. A rowing match , between the Blacksmiths and Hack drivers is being arranged. The race to take place on the 38th inst. L. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 November 1885

r ' . m S 1 ts l? - S?-' Wi Xt' I" Sift 7 SL': m DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBERjtf, 1885 WOMEN AND nOMfi. fficncwl bbcrtiotmcntij. 6cncntl dUjbcdbcmctttfi. (Scncntl rlbbcvtictmcntfl. 5ench.l bbcrtbemtnto. (Scncwl bbenajementa. cncwl bucrttocmctttc. t . .( . 80C1ETY AND FASHION - PARLOR KfTCHEN AND NURSERY? Tho Fashionable Young Man mental Inrellclty Tho Market ilnskot Club Germnn Dross Itclbrm Crow Cook Children' Clothing. LoulrvMo Cor. Commercial Oftzatte.1 "It)s t'j9gnyojt tendon in oolety tbat bus seen state tho war," reranrkoJ an cathustaitlstocioty man reconty. "Three, and olten four or flv, tiptop parties nro gtren errry wroi, nono' of trnlcu Ht lesi than tj'JO. Youty; men nra In domnnd; thjy liavo been scare nil ttis Bjnssti, and aro becoming scarcer. Vfhyt Becausa tho boy can't stand tlio tax." "Why," told a young soclqty man, who?o icrvlcoj in a trliolotato houss on Main etroet command tho magnificent salary of lOOOaycar; "It bas tocomo n custom In all our par ti...

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

fi l fei r3 nnsst . .. Iff JU Press. '?jav' , '! . . JLiVl J j Y t h ... VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1885. NO. 69 BABY'8 LETTER. i'ofc3stoiwI Gtnxbss. DujoincBS Qbtvto.' mas (&u'b0. Insurance oticw. hipping. hipping. ... ' A fa 1 I' Knto Upson Clark, "I wis J. could wito a lottorl" Said tbo baby with a Blsb, "But tho poncll don't go wight a bit 'Tlsn't any uso to twy j But," thoughtfully. "I know ono Ring I can mako one, two, foo. Would 'at'bo a lotlar, mnmmnf I fchould sink 'at It would bo." "I should think so, doar," said mamma. 80 ho mado a "1 fj (!" "You boo," ho said. "I love Aunt Suo, And I want tu wrlto to the." And Aunt Buo wroto '(tho baby's eyos (llovrod with triumphant gloo)l "Tho nicest lotter I over saw Was the baby' 'Irb-'" THE WEIGHT OF CHILDREN. llotr It Vnrloii from Day to Dy Periods of lncreaso nrid Decrease. Pastor Mailing-Hanson, tho dtroctor of the lloyal Deaf and Dumb asylum In Copenhagen, has published an Interesting pamphl...

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

'Ji fcj . fe k-V fr S5n, ' p- wi&ir Wi " k, "Li SB THE JAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED 'r EVEKYMOENING At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. 0 Ofrf TEltltS OF SUBSCItZPriOti. , -v , j Per aniUTi... ..,) ,...'..),i ..... $ Ix months..... I. it ... ...... ........1....J. Jot, Three months. ,......t....i..i.. '-So Per mouth. T.. ...........(jocti Postage additional. JV 'Suhtertpttoni I'ayatta atuay eV Brief comminieations from nil parts of the Kingdom will always be vrrv Matter Intended for publication In the editorial otumoe should be addressed to Euitjr Daily Honolulu Pubs. Huilnen communication and aavcmsements should addressed tlmplr "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Parsi, Honolulu, Hawaiian tsliihds. Advertisements, 10 eniore prompt Insertion, thould be haaded la beAae Sr.u. Twenty-five dollars reward will be given nt the office of the Daily; Honolulu Press for the arrest 'and Conviction of any party or parties j who have been stealing the Dailyi Honolulu Press from the or do...

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

Ji LOO AT, S'ElfS. A noonday meeting will be held at the Y. M. C. A. to-day. Since the departure of the Circus it ib very quiet around Hotel and Fort , streets. A party of about twenty ladies and gentlemen started out to the I'.tli on ' horseback last night. the Fire Department is expected to .- i.lurrve on board the Alameda which is . , due the 2oinst. A ethusiastic reception awaits him. The Women's Christian Temperance Union wilt hold its annual meeting this afternoon at half-past two, in the parlors j., of the Y. M. C. A. A full attendance '. is requested. ; ' Jack Cousins, who met with a serious accident last, week is slowly im-v "proving. Mr. James Dodd kindly fe '" ' . V. , w .! THE DAILY HBConolulit. Press VVlll bo for enlr. TinUr rxt tho lovln l5luoof3 : J, M. OAT, Ik. & Cj, , Mercl.int street T. O.TIIKUM,.,.,r rVttstreel N. F. UUKGBHd ,. King street WOLFB&CO Cor. King and Nuuanu sis C. J. MCCARTHY ...-. Hotel srcel CKifSi'AL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet sl'lee Cent$ ior...

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

" U ' r' n Ir ,. r: i ' M5 KrJj. C (V F ' L "., !i' 4' 1 P!' r DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1885. WOMEN AND HOME. (Bcitcntl jUbbcritocmcttUs. meed Vbbcvitccmcnto. (Scnct'itl Sbbctticcmciitu. (Scnct'itl bucriteunctUs. J (Bcnewl bbmBcmcnto. (Bcncwl buci'ttecmcitto. SOCIETY AND FA8HION - PARLOR KITCHEN AND NUR3ERY. IN MAIDENLY WHITE. 5SV Tho Trials trail Tribulations) of D Imtnnte Itavlvlflcatlon. (New York Oor. Inter Ocean. Much lii tho naturo of a thoatrlcal dobut k tho Introdaotion pf n young Now York girl into that particular portion of society in which the doing aro laboriously formal. The ceremony boats christening all hollow, and can only bo oxooodod in Importance by a Tho girl la 10 to 17. Up to this night (ho has boon, technically a child; now she BUddcnly becomes a woman, accord Ins to tho usage of fashion. It may bo that a rocoptlon ii glvon by har parents for tho purposo, but llkellor sho "comes out," oa tho pliraeo it, at one of tho small balls called tvwom...

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

110 tf ;&? 4 jijmjib ?rgi wsitfcarair j mj Daily Press: VOLUME I, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, I&85. NO. 70 IN THE HOLY CITY flwjfojsjeional (Baric. Ditciitcjss GDrtrtw. guemcs0 CTrtrbc. Btxjurjtncc polices. Shipping. gUiippiiirj. I h r' 'r ? THE DISCOVERIES WHICH HAVE BEEN MADE IN JERU9AUEN. Settling the lVooalltlei of Scored Plaoot bf Laborious Investigation Many Old Traditions and Legends Work Aooompllahod. Tho discoveries which have boon made in Jorusnlom during the last fow yoars, and tho conclu'lotie at wbloh thoso who have most dooply ttudtod the iubJoct have arrived in consequenco, reridor it eitromoly tbat a nayr or rovliod doicrlptlon of the Holy City should bo Insorted la the tourists' - band books for Syria and Palestine. Travellers should bo warned against dragomam who tvasto their fluid taking them to seo Clirltlan sltos which havono relation to tUo Uo. facts they are supposod to commomorate, and no Interest of any kind boyond the philosophi...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 November 1885

te- V m r & WLV JV W t 'i 4 the DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEltY MOtt'IN.G., XBxcopi Sundiiyi. At the Office, Nor 20 Merchant St. TKttMS of svasuteirrio.Y. ' ltj il TUV iM'i Fee Annum i ttit U months.. , ........ ,. TOO Hire month. ... . 1.50 Per month. . 450 CM l'otum additional. NT Hul$triptloHM Vaualte aUeaw in & ' ' H' Brief communications from J1 pane of the Kingdom will always be Very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication in the editorial elunuut should be addressed to KuiTum Daily Honolulu Puss. Business communication and aavcnlsementl ihould addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily IloNoVulLuil,M. Honolulu, Hawaiian Iitandi. Advertisements, to eniura prompt Iniertloii, ihould be banded in before 6 r, M. Twenty-five dollars reward will be given at the office of the Daily Honolulu Press for the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who have been stealing the Daily Honolulu Prlss from the door-steps or door-yards of recular subscribers. .One half...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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