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

' J V 'ifr ' i-V 11 14 H A' v .t hi V -l.-V ST "' THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will be for nlo TJnUy lit the Pliioow: J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co,. Merchant street P.O. THRUM Fortstreet N, F. BURGESS King street C. I. MCCARTHY , Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotelsireeet Five Cent per Copif, lAiCAIi it mm. The steamer AVwaw took bags of mail yesterday. Prof. M. M. Scott will return from a trip shortly. Word comes from Hawaii that petty robberies are on the increase throughout that Island. There were three attempted runaways t ( ;i 'yesterday. on Fort street all of which were nipped in the bud by passers-by. v & The Martha Davis, which salts for Hongkong next Saturday, will take about two hundred and fifty Chinese passengers. It is reported that there are at present twenty-three new houses going up in Honolulu. Pretty good for these dull times. Mr. G. F. Renton and wife, who were r married at the residence of J. A. Hop-' per, last Monday evening, left for by the Kinau yesterday aftern...

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. — 2 December 1885

V . i 1 f i f u 1 t Ifr BkaeW, jj DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1885. OifSH 8ELECTION3. If yon loved only wlint were) worth your Ioto, Lovb wore cloftrgain, nnd wholly well for t ybu. f Mnlto the low nnturo bottcr by your tbroosl iGlve earth yourgolf, go up for gala nbovol . Browning. Lovo's strength Is porfeot in 1oyo' Uttor weaka3, love's noblonass U noblest In love's Jtl0,i , . flioro ovor none nro gone Nonogol nonoovorl Know whon truo bonrts aro sot to ons truo time. For aye tuny make one mulo, chime one chime, Look upl and donbt It novorl nxiwin Arnold. la It bettor never to love, lott love mistake! Tho paeslonato heart may quiver and acho and brottl:, Yot glvo in the warm, rich wlno, though well wo know That dregs as blttar as doath may Ho bolow. Wo sigh for tho Joys that woro coming and , nevor camo. TVe sit In tho dark and woop with our hearts ! nflomol Wo feel tho crush nnd tho grind of tho silent mill, Foal tho crush and the grind, while our lips aro still. ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 December 1885

'"L'vWfT;m wWwv'rF '?' . -.i " '.i ' i ' Daily Press VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885. NO. 81 BREEDS OF HORSES. flvofcaesionnl Gtnxla. $mnzBB axba. Uucincixc OIjtrbB. BtBurmtcc $otiuB. Shipping. cSItippi'. THE OLDER RACES FROM WHICH .THE REST HAVE SPRUNG. Tha .Wild norio of Osntrnt Asln sins u Distinct llaco Moroooo and Ilarbary English and Thorough bred Ifronali und Gorman. American Agriculturist. Our horsj broodorg are lntorostlng them, wives bo much now-a-days In tho horsosoi Europo, ttiat wo giro a brief description of soma of tho oldest, original races, from which the rest have lnrgoly sprung, and torao typical modern broods Improved, and by caroful brooding brought to tholr proioat excollonca. Prominent among theio, and probably that one approaohlng most nourly tho original bono, unch angod by contaot with man, Is tho Tarpan, or wild horxo of oontral Alia. Cloioly allloi, aro tho Klanjs; tho wild hortos of tho nortborn slopos and stoppos of tho ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 December 1885

I it ,. TKCB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS is publIshed evert Tuning At "thV Office, No. ag Merchant St. u SUMVUtl'TIOH. Per annum..... ........ ...... . ,,....... ,$4.o I months..... .......... ......." J-"0 Three months... SO Per month .'.jotts Postage additional. tr Rubttrtptton t'myaHe oirn; in Ad- ante. BrW rtmmum'cations'fromairpartsof the Kingdom Vill always be vtrv acceptable. Mutter Intended' lor ; publication In the editorial alumni should be addres'sed to Koitok)ailv Honolulu Prm. Bu.lnes commnnlcations and advertisements should c addressed simply "Dullness Manager," bAiLY Honolulu Prim, i Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. I Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In before A r. m. '.'.'.11 - It is not often that trie I)aii.v Hono lulu Prkss " blows its own trumpet,'' but we feci a pardonable pride in call: infe attention to the " Grand Offer " made by us, in another column of this issue. This is an enterprise which, we believe, is the first of its kind that has eve...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 December 1885

1 iK fc ' St -'- v . y 1 kv &: r 3" a B T. THE DAILY Honoltilu Press Will bo for unlo Tnllvnt ilio ' I'luoon : ( J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Met. hant street r.O.THRUM Kortstreet N. F. HUROESS,, Mim street C. J. MCCARTHY .,.. Hotel sireet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel slreeet Five Cents per- Copif. LOCAL SliWS. Noon-day prayer meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Rooms at 12:25 to-day for histy minutes. Come. Two of'the mustcians, and one of the acrobats, of Woodycar,'s circus, are in town, having left the company here. The Chinese rice growers at Koolau are complaining that a form of blight is injuring their crops in that district. There is a report abroad that a natjve child has been missing since the last 'fire in the mountains' back of town. The corner of Beretania and Punchbowl streets was the scene of a little difficulty between two natives yesterday morning. H. R. H. Princess Liliuokalani will hold her weekly reception, at her Pa-lama residence this afternoon, between the hours of three and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 December 1885

f r ttfi i ' ' P I . r WWr i v n V i DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885. flrtcncvrtl bbcrJtocmcnts. (Gcitctttl Jsubcrliscmcnts. cncv'nl JHuuti'tiBcincntB (General! ttcrtificmeitts. (General uucmscmciita. cncml bbcrtiocmenio. WHITELEY AND THE ELEPHANT. A rinoo Whore a Mm OrmM Hut Any HilnR A Wage Lost. (London Cor. Plonoer l'roiv I do not knovr wliatliur you havo ovor hoard tbo story of Whlteloy and tlio If not, It It worth lisnrJin;. A few year) 1150 two gontlamon at tbelr club la in Fall Hall, wero discussing tbo subject of WhltoleyV whin one insert 1 that you can buy anything at Wbiteley'tl" Tlio other club innu soaraed to doubt the state mout, whoraupon ths lint speakor offerod to bet 10 gulneal that hU friend could not mention anything which Whltoloy would not promptly .deliver to him. Tbo wagwoi as promptly taken, an t the two gentlemen jjuiusi Into a hansom and procoed to "WhlteloyV Thoro a demand wai mado for a peculiar speclei of elephant, a rare variety sell o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 December 1885

Ps '- iFJVf -Wf , J- W v't ,f" i" m O i!i . A i -Sf Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1885. NO." 82 4 THE MUSIC OF OHILDHOOP. Whnn l"oar tho waters fretting, "" Whon I soo tho chestnut lotting All hor lovoly blossoms faltor down. I think. "Alas tlio dayl" Once, with magical b rroot singing, Blackbirds set tho woodland ringing That avrakos no mora yrhllo April Lours woivr themsolvos away. In our hearts fair bopo lay smiling Sweat as air, and all beguiling; And tbare hung a mist of bluobolls on tho elopo nnd down tho dell; And wo talkod of Joy and splendor That tho yoars unborn would render; Ana tho blackbirds hoi pod us with tho story, for they know It well Piping, fluting, "Boos aro huramlng; April's horo, and summer's coming; Don't forgot us when you walk, a man with men, In prldo nnd Joy; Think on ui in alloys shady whon you stop a nracoful lady; For no falror days havo wo to hops for, Uttlo girl and boy. "Laugh and play, O lisping watersl Lull our d...

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

' tf.J j. w i f. II t V 1)1' p TH31 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED jgvehy mokning UJxeopt SumlnyH. ;hc Office, No. 39 Merchant St. TK7J.UA' OV SVllSCllTI'TlOS, Per Annum .$6.00 U month. t 3. co Three months.. i.jo Ter month,. 5ctt Pmtaite additional. tV 8nberlptlon$ I'aynhle nlirnjn ) Ail' rut eo. Hricf communications from' all parti of the Kingdom will a1w.iv! lie vtrv neeentabte. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial oiumns snouia ie auureiseu 10 (Editor Daily HonolvlU Prims. Business communication and auvermementl Should c adJrcssed simply "llusineu Manager," Daily Honolulu I'nrtsi, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisement', to ensure nromnt Insertion, should he handed In before 6 r. M. t," It jis not often that the Daily Honolulu Press "blows its own trumpet," but we feel a pardonable pride in calling attention to the "Grand Offer" made by us, in another column of this issue. This is an enterprise which, we believe, is the first of its kind that has ever been atte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 December 1885

I i ii VH. n sV 9 T fi J. ft ? ) m y V, Iff 3 i r 1 t A'AA THE DAILY Honolulu. Press "Will bo for- Hnlo "Dully nt ilia PlaooM : k 'M SAT' J?' & Co Merchant street r.O.THKOM.. , Fortstreel 5f' ,F,.?H.U.9.?.V'" Klnestreet C. J. MCCARTHY Hotel sireet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel itrecct rive Cents per Copy. J.OOAI, NEWS. Messrs. Oat & Co. will receive n paper mail b)r the barkentinc Mary Winkltman which is now due. It is rumored that the Government intends to offer a prize to the property owner who can yield the worst fifty feet of sidewalk. Yesterday afternoon a dray horse started to runaway with a truck near the old Custom House wharf but was stopped by coming in contact with an iron post. TJie only merit that the sidewalks of Honolulu have is that they are so uttucrly bad and rough that Chinese laundrymen are forced to wheel their hand barrows in the streets. The "aloha" cards arranged by Mr. Clarke with ferns and mosses, and which Messrs. King Bros, are now exhibiting, are very...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 December 1885

.i&fft , vVs - l DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1885. I. WOMAN AND HOME. (General J.blicriiccmcntjB. (Scneral dlbucrtificmcntc. (Scneral bucriiacmenfo. Seitentl JsuucrtiscmcntB. T (Bcncrnl bcdiflcm'cntCi II i ; v 1 VARIOUS FAMILIAR WOMANLY PERIOfUTIGS AND VIRTUES. SU Afrntil or I'rpa Cist Parlies DacorAtod Stemlnod OjtjIom Sensible Olrln runny Slilo of or wiidoui. I'et80ilnlly, 1 lmvo lmtl few good lm ptiUos that woro not tracenblo to vtomon. TliLs Is an arinowloilgmont which I have always fait ospootally honored tomnlto. From tha prttlent nnil inolher, who lookod fondly on oven tha turbulont prank) ot youth, down to tho friendship that have adorned mid and Bmoolhod my later Ufa, women lmvo laid mo timlor overlmtlng and debt. I Say thtj Intending ' avoid more sontlmentallsm; and hi .that mood I shall try to sottlo th tlrtt lniUillment of my debt by faithfulness ot endeavor to illustrnto tome of the familiar womanly RUporlorllios and virtues. I think now that If evory ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 December 1885

frmwrlffr "h'WWWi VTrfT' a IK .,,, W? ,vW(i "''.WP.'V' 'fX?1m$$FIl''3"Zmv ' .V" V,"7rf!?iwvTr!?!SJ5f'v?' !& Daily Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1885. NO. 83 WHISTLING GIRLS. QTitrbs. UiiDtnccc QTntujcf. 3u6UtD50 (Urtrbfi. BiBurnitcc oticcc. ffltipping. flipping. VASSAR COLLEGE 8TUDENTS WHO PRACTICE IN CONCERT. What it rrofcsaor of Anntotuy lint to Sny Tho' Propor Method of lnc tlie Vibrations Whistling Out of Tunc Now York Letter. "Tbo lrot whistler I know," Raid a doctor, "aro young ladles. It is llko tbo warbling of a mocking bird. They can wblsilo much lilgbor notes than a man, and In a very clear and tone. I ltnow a young lady who whistles and accompanies horsolt on a guitar. Tbo oiTeot is really vory protty, and lior frlonds often bog bor to favor them with an air. I met lior down at Nantucket last summoT, and It 'was bor habit to stt on tho beach In the evening and whlstlo plalntlvo nogro melodies. When wo went out sailing sho was vory ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 December 1885

iiitj( , &'. .. DAILY HONOLpLiyPRESS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER & 1885. tf 7' ww p- ?i rx vi L-- && "'?. W. ', i"1 U- Sv riv JfV ' F '4' IPL t Rv TiaB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED BVEUY MORNING Except SuiMlfiyn. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. twins op stmsanii'Tiox. Per annum .st. ... ,$6oo Ix month.... 3 co Three months. . , , ,......., , . . i. 50 I'ermonth socts Postage additional. KST .Vubcrtltlo)i Vnjinblti ahrnyn in Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will nlwiyi Ve very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial nlumm should he addressed to (Editor Dailv Honoluu; Prkss, Dullness communications and auvemsements should addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should he handed In before 6 r. M. - ;'H It is not often that the Daily Hono-, lulu Press " blows its own trumpet," but we feci a pardonable pride in call-ins attention to the "Grand ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 December 1885

i h , ' ,- 1 t i 1 ' ' tt .4 .'' ! f. V ?' V" ;-, f swr"! lif DAlLV HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1885. THE DAILY XXouolulii 3Pies "Will be fbr miln "Dally lit lhu lowltiir L'htooH : J. M. OAT, Jr. ft Co , Mcrchmt street r. O.TI1KOM....,, .., 1... Kort street N. F, IIUROKSS..... .King street CI. MCCARTHY.,,., Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS .... (Hotel ttreeet J'lve Cents per Copi. I LOCAL news. Captain Merchant was seen at his place of businesp yesterday looking much Improved. The bark Martha Davis sails for Hongkong, to-day, taking about 250 Chinese passengers. A meeting of the members of the Honolulu Typograpliical Union, No. 37, will be held this"evening, at half-past seven o'clock. There is a fine exhibition of Christmas goods at the store of Dcnson, Smith & Co., including, dressing tables,! perfumery cases, etc. The Y, M. C. A. Book-keeping Class will be omitted next Monday evening, ' on account of Mr. 1'. C. Jones being absent from the city. Yesterday morning a na...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 December 1885

I ! h r j f E l i 1 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 188$. SUNDAY ON BOARD. General JLbbcrltacmtnto. citci'rtl Jlbbctttscmcnts. '(Scncr.il bbcrticcmcnts. titkncttii Jtubcctiflcmcnto. jj cncml uumtccmctitij. (Scnci'itl Jlbbci'ttecmcjUo. HOW JACK MANAGES TO WASTE HIS WEEKLY HOLIDAY. A Prerogative That Ho Insist Upon, bat Which Gives No 1'loMiire A Sunday "Without a Chaplain A Sunday Lost. (New York Times. Jack consents to bo deprived of many comfort') and advantage which the hum-blast working landsmun lias. Ho pats up with the most trying hardships and allowa himself to bo restricts! In the quality and quantity of his food ho accopts without a shuddor Imitation tea and colTeo, but nothing will Induco him to glvo up his holiday. If he is on an American ship ho must havo bis Sundays and Fourth of July, and it ho is on an English vosiel, he must havo his Sundays and his Christinas. Truo, his holiday may bo lacking In agreeable features. It may bo a dreary, withered, abject moc...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 December 1885

ji Daily 0jft yljjgjfc y T.jt" V-"1-? :. j. 'tL1' --T .j jrf jKfctff jJJfs UtSMCGi5 dtrtVuB. T M. OAT, JR., tKCO. Stationer and Sew Dealer. lied llubber Stamp Aaeneii Gazette Block. , No. i$ Merchant Street 953-306 Honolulu. H. !" fOHN NOTT, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worlter, of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, house furn!sh mil kwui, tiiuiiuciicni, lamps, cic. v No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, . .... ...... .Honolulu 210-261 ' T B. WISEMAN, Ileal Estate llroker and Employment llnyeaii. ' items Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases Real Estate in all parts of the KIdgdom. Employment found for those seeking work in all the various branches of business connected with these Islands. , r 1 1 t3T N. II. Legal Documents drawn, Bills collected, Books and Accounts kept, and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited. Commissions moderate. n Honolulu, II I. T AINE fit Co., Importers aiitl dealer! In Hay, Grain and General lluNOLULU , I I.I'. I T EWERS & COOKE, (Successors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 December 1885

M ".. i m " u rv Efct I iv ,ti '. it h THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED in J3VE11Y MORNING Excopt Sundays. At the Office, No 29 Merch&nt St. 1 rnniiti of svmvnii'rin.v Per annum... ....... ,,..... $6.oo W month. 1 , , . . . . 1 00 Three month . 1.5" Per month...... .....jocts Postage addition). A3T Huhnertptlnn l'.tynblr alieayn in Ail anc Brief communications from all Darts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Hatter Intended for publication in the editorial lumns ihould be addressed to (Editor Daily Honolulu Furs. Ilu.lnexs communications and auvenisements should e addressed slmpiv "Business Manaser," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In befnte A I-. M. w'H It is not often that' the Daily Honolulu Press. " blows its own trumpet," but we feel a pardonable pride in calling attention to the ".Grand Offer " made by us,, in another column of this issue. This is an enterprise which, we be)icv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 December 1885

V 'ft "4 i..4rY ft .,& Ik'?'' ii' - i :c j -i i i 3 I $ THE DAILY Honolulu' Press ' "Will bo for nnlo TJMlvnt tlio LJl'uaos : - J.Mi OAT, In, &Co,.... 1. .,,.,., .Merchant street J O. THRUM.., Fort street N, F. nUROESS ...... - .. 1....U nj .. C. , J, , McCARTH' Hotel Street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS., .Hotel ttreeet t Ttv Cent per Copy, - local xittra. The steamers Planter and Liktlikt arrived nt six o'clock yesterday morning. Fire Company No. 4 were out drilling on Saturday afternoon, Mr. M. M. Scott, the Inspector of bcliools, returned by the steamer PlanUt yesterday morning. Gov. P. P. Kanoa, of Kauai, is in town, having arrived by the stcdmcr Planter yesterday morning. A bark, -supposed to be the Elsinore, wa telephoned at a- quarter to four o'clock yesterday afternoon. The -regular church services were held yesterday at the various churches, with an extra military parade service at the Kaumakapili Church, on Bcreta nia street. Mr. J. H. Reist of the Interior Department, who h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 December 1885

Kf v I It r V V J Tho Xaany 'Side of DreaoMAklng. IChlcaico Nnws "lUmbler." "Drew-making lias Its humorous side at well os nnyttitng else," romarked a little black-eyed on NortU Clark street, "Thoro Is tho, thin woman who will dr&sa In snnky stripe', 'tho scrawny girl who Inslsta on a docollato rowd, the matron of embonpoint who pleads (or (buncos to the waist, the maldon who wanU a torturlngly light bodice, and ths (ludy.pufTy little body who wants gather. "But' I never glyo In to thorn," she con. tlnuod, with a snap ot her eyeij "I think too much ot tho human race. I bolloyo wo all have one duty toward humanity, Mlno li. to k ep womon from committing nrtlstloul clde. The little ldlots.coms Into my parlpr, look at o, discover tho plcturo of a lady In green gloves holding hor Augers as If they woro covored with and deoido that tbey want a dross Hko bora Now, thoro are nineloen obancos out of twenty that the dress was never meant for hor.nt all If they think so much ot dress why ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 December 1885

I u 'f.( v"" jv ;?r "Y""!, irv v rwKX''' VT'f 'r" ? t&4 fhj 4 Daily JrTRESS. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1885. NO. 85 WORDS OF WISDOM. flvofccMotml (Statins. Qxisiixusa OTitvujs. gtofiittMLC (fcttus. BlBttWlttC cpotkcjs. ghipplno. Shipping. TEACHING THE YOUNG COLORED IDEA HOW TO SHOOT. A Few Komrtrlts From tho lion. Shlnbonos Smith Truism j for tlio Children to Carry Homo to Tholr , ,... Silence rruct It was a calm ami peaceful morning. Tho sycamoro troes that shaded tho old school-house ot tho African population of West Uobokon wero waving gontly In tho afternoon broozo, whllp tho hum of boes roso softly from tho two or throo ragged hollyhock buslios In tho cordon. Within a sllonco deopa? that of creation's dawn b.oodod. Tho whole sohool was In an attltudo of attontlon, for tho Hon. Shin bonos Bmlth had boon lnvltod to addres tho chlldron. On being lntroducod by tho principal, tho agod sago aroso, and, mopping tho perspiration from bis ospatulvo b...

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

- L I ' v. V n TianEj DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEM MOUNING Excopt tintlnys. At the Office Noi 29 Merchant-St. TJiltMS'lOF S UUHOnii'TlOSV Per annum ... Sft.oo tx months. 4 ... . ... .... 3.00 'three month I l.jo Per month... 50 ct Pottage additional. J9T Subscription 1'auaMe ntteay In Brief communication! from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial elumnt should be addressed to IF.oitor Daily Honolulu Prims. Ilmlnes communications and auverttsements should addressed simply "Duslness Manager, " Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. . Advertisement,' to ensure prompt Instrllon, should Tb handed In before A rC. .'I! It is not often that the Daily Hono- LULtf Piikss "blows its own trumpet," but we feel a pardonable pride in calling attention to the ' Grand 'Offer " made by" us, in another column of this issue. 'I'his is an enterprise which, we believe, is the first of its kind that has attempted in ...

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