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

t - Of' . -ft I & a. rJ. THE DAILY Ulonoliiln Press "Will bo for salo "Dully at iho lowlim L'lUOCH ! J. M. OAT, Tr. it Co ..Merchant (trect 1. U. i IlllUiU N. P. BURGESS, , .'.. ...Kin, re. C. J. McCAKIIIY Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS iloieliret J'Jtx) Ceiif jjcf C01, local stum. Fish were plentiful at the. Fish Market yesterday. The barkentine Mary Winkleman, which is off port, has a large paper mail for J. M. Oat & Co. Mr. Wilhelm has so far recovered as to be able to resume hiq position as Imrser of the steamer Planter, which caves to-day. The wet weather of the past two weeks has interfered somewhat with the working of the two telephone systems over1 the Island. The schooner IVaioli, which arrived from Koua, Hawaii, yesterday, landed 35 head of cattle at Campbell's ranch, on Pearl River. The return of good weather yesterday caused the streets to put on a lively appearance and took clerks out of the doorways to-attend to business. The barks Ehinore and T. R. Foster, th...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 December 1885

r .7 Ui." ' vw ",wwr, It ."I I 19 yf 4 ! f 7 "v K ' t ! DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1885. 1 , BOGUS SIGNATURES. (Scitcntl JPbcrltocmcntei. (General Jlfabctfiscmcnte. (Ecitci'rtl Hbuci'tt0cmcnta. fficitcntt fllbbcrUficmcttts. cncml ,3lfioctitecmcittj&. (Scttct'itl bbcrtuscmcnlo. if r I I lV I V l I-. MAN WHO MADE A FORTUNE BY SELLtrio. FORCED AUTOGRAPHS. Imltntinc tho Wrltlne of Washington nnd Franklin nnd Disposing of lent Loiters Tilt He Hnd GIuU ted tho Market Philadelphia Fro. STho most expert forger of ntitogrnpUs, especially of tho signatures of distinguished Americans, who over Imposed upon tho public, carried on "His operations for many yours in Philadelphia, recoived his onty punishment from oue of tho county court, and at last died horo in groat poverty, dosplto tho great profibi of his wrong-doing. Hundreds of oolleotlons contain to-day his forged signatures of Washington and Franklin. Robert Spring, as this forger called himself, was of English birth an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 December 1885

S '"W$ if: TOW? f fe A ' ..:. " MJI3 J ' w9k S flf7 ' ' j ;... 13 , r 1 1 ? 1 VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1885. NO. 86 PLEASURE AND PAIN. ILord Houghton. " Who can de tormina tin) frontlsrot Plsajtlrat Who can distlngulih tho limit of Palnl Whoa la tbo momont tho foiling to measuro! Wiion it oxporlcnco ropeatod agalnl To who ha vo folt tho dollrlum of passion, Hay, can ymsovor lt jjy and its pangs? Is thoro a pover In cilra cuntomplntlon To lndlcato oacli upon oncji as It hangs! I would bollevo not; for spirit will languish Wlillo wno Is moit bloit and ct'oatlon mi t bright; ' Ami llfo will Uo doaror and cloaror In anguish, Than over was folt In tho throbs of do-light. Boo tho Falceer as ho Bwlngi. on bis Iron, Boo tbo thin, hormlt that itarvoi In tbo will; Think yo no plotuuroi tho ponnneo onrlron, And Uopo tho tolo bliss by which Fata 1 beguiled! No I In tho kingdom thoro sp'rlti aro roach aro our words tho emotions tl tall; Vain tho distinctions o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 December 1885

n is t i I I- l DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MORNING Except ErtumliiyM At the Office, No! 29 Merchant St. TER318 Of aVDSVHXVTIUS. ' ' ! - i ' .' ' ', Per annum, ......a ...i . .,. J6.00 I a months. ,,., t J.OQ Three months. .., 1.50 Per month. ;.. 1 socts Postage additional. tar Subscription I'ayitlte utiniu In -'"'-one Brief communication from ill parts of the. Kingdom will always be very acceptable. . . , Matter Intended for publication in tlie editorial olumns should be addressed to Editor Daily. Honolulu Punts, . Bditness commiinicationvand advertisements llio'uld addressed simply "HusinesS Manager, Daii.v Honolulu 'Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Adrertiiementt, to ensure prompt insertion, should i banded in before ft f. u. t.'.'H It is not often that the Daily Hono lulu Press " blows its own trumpet," but we feel a pardonable pride in call ing attention to the "Grand Offer " made by us, in another column of this issue. This is an enterprise (which, we believe, i...

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

,-. s &$$, Jl'''1 , $ ' Jfui 'j) ; k1f'i .f P Sf ViV tVSV a--. fc TV. fef '&": V I v IP y 1UV ft 1 ' : i't, THE DAILY Press "Will lie Tor snlo Gully ul Iho lowlna lJluoo : J. M. OAT, Jr. &Co Merchant street P.O. THRUM Fort Street N, P. 11UUOF.SS .....King street C. J. MCCARTHY , Hotel street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS ....Hotel stiecct t Five Cents per Copt, LOCAL NEWS. "Still they come." Twenty-four Chinese passengers arrived by the Maty Winkelman yesterday morning. The Honolulu Rifles held their 'regular weekly drill yesterday evening at the Armory. The stout men's crew of the Hono lulu fYacht and Boat Club were out pulling in a six-oared boat last evening. Messrs. Lyons & Cohen will hold an interesting sale to day, as will be seen by the list of goods in their A large crowd gathered on the Kinau wharf yesterday afternoon t,o witness the departure of the Royal party for the other Islands. The bark Tws. Ii. Foster was "obliged to lay outside the harbor last night, she not b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 December 1885

!i. vt. I. n Ki ;t Y. , IV If f: ). h 1: r i 1 t ? i i iLS&H ..' ..I lilT. !tfte&&& DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1885. .Kuiitrwfmimvim r. . MmwwnmnraMnrom!nnMnf awniMuwnmnm DELETERIOUS FOOL). UcrUBcmciito. (general bbcrticcmcnts. C5cnct".i( IbllcftlocntcittA. cnct'i.l JUibcrtiDctncnts. (Seitcntl ,Hbbcmocmcnttt. (Scucvnl blic'i'tiocmcUts. 'Li3t and ' articles.'' " . ou3 d - - ,r. J Statement by a Now York l'liystolnn Analyses of Frnfiilulont Compounds Til Mlcroscopo Superior to ft tatryll&mWn Milk. (Brooklyn Eagle. Tho detection of tlio adiiltorntlon of food," said a pliyslcltuj t,o mo tlio othordny, who taas'been coitioctedwith tho New York board of, heat tit joyeu yoiyri, l& at tlm'or"il(fflcult ortough o von lb ntiiv lyats tri ttio milnltlato.l In tlio telouoo of chemUtry nnd knowloJgo of tlte mlcrosoopa it Ik always so. No ijood, tloroforo, my adriMnc t tnvoit K'J or 7S lit purchmlnj that imtrumotit of dlvlimtlon that tails us men of fcIouc...

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

u V . THE ART OF Mot Lost, Not VMuolcss Face to FftOTI Willi tlio l'ooplo Oratory. (Ex-Secretary Boutwell. 1 800 In soma novrspnpors that tho art ot Is nuraberud noarrjr among tho lo't nrt that thoru woro great tlmoi when Wobster or Cloy apoko, and also that oratory Is no longer a lubjeot about which a young parson should take thought It any ot you supposo I havo not boon sorlous, I must now bo considered 'In such mood. I wish to sny that tho art ot stump-spanking is not a lent nrt, It U not a raluelais art.ani in a country llltu this it Is a vory groat powor, uud an art which thoso who lntond to tako part In publlo altalrs should wUoty cultivate. In tho first plico, you can nover know tho publlo fontlinont 6f tho community, union you aro endowed with corns sort of clairvoyant powor, unless you moot tho poople and In groat assombllos, when you look Into tho facoj ot mon and womon and lay down your propositions and proceed to make your arguments, you get, by some mystorloui prow, an ...

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

-M A ' S "A " -T. x i v fw I ."" K.' j: M ' ,' 'JLUhElH DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY M'tfRNTNG u V y Except SundnyM. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. .1 i TKRHS OF HVBSQHIPTWS. fet annum... ... ... 600 Sit months ' 3o Three months.,., .i ..... '-S" l'.t!itB,l'.V.i....t!.'.,...i......i...;..va)i;tt .till ,l'o5W n.J uumoni. , r l.f , !li ''" M" w or Suhteriptlont VnuWe. atirny n ' '' Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be erv acceptable. Matter Intended fori publication irt the editorial oliimns should be addrwwd to- , lEbiToa Daily Honoi ulu Press. Bunne1 communications and aurenisementt should mldressed simply "Uusmtss Manager," DAlvHJlM5l.tJtU PK, Ifonolut,, l'AMAlUn frlandf. Adrerttiementi, to ensure prompt Insertion, should We handed In before a r. M. 2 dluthoritjj. NOTICE. . J u All persons havinjTfarbaje, etc., for removal by tre City Scavenger, are -requested to have the same tn eadlness before 8 o'clock a. h. AfUr that hour the cartmen ...

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

ftv " t fil'' ll ,; 4. LJSiVk ? fe" &? r. r 1 1 J h A' i 1 i V THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will bo for nolo Piiilv nt tho IMuuoh : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchmt street r. O. THRUM... Fortstreet ffl, f. uukulis King street C.J. McCAKlHY llotelsireet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet rive Cents per Copy. 1.00 AT, SKWH. Rev. George Wallace delivered an interesting lecture at St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday evening. The office of the Superintendent of Waterworks has been moved to the Government building premises. At twenty five minutes past ten last evening a slight earth-quake was felt. It lasted only about five seconds. Mr. William White, purser of the steamer Iwqlani, arrived yesterday morning, looking brown and much improved by -his voyage. The Government political meeting, which was announced to be held at the Armory last evening, did not occur for causes unknown. The officers and teachers of the Bethel Union Sunday School will meet this evening at the residence of Mr. 6. M. Da...

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

iv. R " la .. iv u I i IS In l.v rt t ti . IV V a ?r IW 'fii -i TyWJlJTrv ,; ij.fi.iK(jjir 'Tjf1f! 17 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER io, 1885. VILLARD'3 WONDERFUL" PALACE. Oat. of tbe Mnt Uiautlful DTfelllnc' la Nw Xork Detnlt of 'NVorkiunmlilp. fjfow York "Cor. "NewttrV AdTortisof . ) Mr. iVlUarJ.'lt is certainbad no last moment of the. trouble that was to coma upon him and ruin him. He laid hit plan for the future with mathematical precision. Ha bad an enormom ln come and ha used it freohandodly. One of Life xlraTaganoM nftt, splendid mansion -which he built oil Madison ar'enuo. When tbe crash came and he had to meet his debts the house Trent out of hli grasp with other assets. Viols .was the Hardest blow of all, for WUlard had put his heart Into' this hoiwe, 'That It why, possibly, tbe Vlllard mansion1 Is one, of the most beautiful "dwellings" In New Vork The lmplenet of the impression made by Its Interior decoration Is 'quite extraordinary, The building Itself is copie...

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

rwT"i Wftirxm yi'Hrm. lD1 ' ' npi ' -. : 9 .f mM'vgr ( Daily 'm'. Prhh& r VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, feRIDAY, DECEMBER xx,rXi885. NO. 88 fc. Wliy Don't Department Ladle Mnrrf Washington Star Interview.) "I have boon In tho "govornmetit employ mont for thtrtoou or fourteen years," sail the watchman, and I don't recollect In all that time oC mora than (our or flvo ol the ladles ernployod In this department getting married. You ovldontly think that bocauso tho young lady wo wont speaking of la pretty that the will be married, but In a government department the fair and plain seem to have about tho tame fate." "Why aren't they married!" persisted tho llttonor, as ho thought of the absurdity of suoh fair flouois bulng allowed to. wastv tholr frngrnnco in sollt(id: "They have opportunities. They are continually In contact with men, and you know that department clorks got married, and thoy seldom marry rich wlve." "I don't know tho ronton why; but I know the fact, beaauso It...

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

V, l. & . -i ' . THE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED. EVERY " .j . . . .- . uxoopt SnuunyM. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. F. CA . terms of avnsanipxios. Per annum..... .$6.00 Six months 3.00 Thru months 1.50 Ftr month.,,.. Soct V'i.' I'n''fftl'' otaa additional. Brief communication from AlFfihrtS of the Kingdom will always In very acceptable. Matter intended for ' publication In tlie editorial '" H addressed to . fcurr trDAlir Honolulu Prkss, t DuiioeM communications and advertisements should e'aJcfieneJ limply Uttuiintii Manager, ' .j Daily Honolulu Paius, -' '' Hanoluiii, Hawaiian Islands. Advtrtlieraenti, ID ensure prompt In.ettlon, should r naadeil In beinre n r, m. B utltoritu. NOTICE, ' All persons having garbage, etc., for removal by the City Scavenger, are requested to have the tame in cadineM before 8 o'clock A. M. After thai hour the cartmeh 'are otherwise employed; and wilt not call until the following morning, thus leaving the unsightly boxes or barrels in fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 December 1885

fe"& 7.T ... '"" fa ,vL r V . ST" t 1; ' for frr & "i s THE DAILY Honolulu Press . "Will bo for sale "Dnllvnt tli lowlrtK !liiotH : J. M. OAT, Jr. &Co,,,., Merchant street r.OTIIROM Fortstreel N.F.nUROLSS KIngstreel C I. McCAKTItV Hotel urcet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel slreeet Five Cent per Copy. local yrnva. A Christmas box is to be made up for the lepers at Molokai, The Queen's Own were out drilling on Fort street last evening. Chicken thieves are tepoited to be again at work in the vicinity of The Choral and Quintette Club held weekly practice at the Gymnasium last night. The Chinese Theater, in the old Custom House, was in full blast last evening. A boon to pedestrians is the new sidewalk in front of the City shoeing shop, on rort street. The watering-cart man took a rest yesterday about noon, while the rain sprinkled the streets. The "Butter Question" seems to be exciting considerable cross comment between dealers and consumers. An enterprising barbarian on Mauna-kea ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 December 1885

1 ' , t o H Lu h ' 1 Om of the New British Ironclads. Biz war voesols bnva Just been computed for th BriUsh u&ry. Thoy art cnllod the "admiral" skip from, being named for ".Oils olthose, just launched, U tha Bestow. Ilfc'wni built at tha Thames Iron workj, Blackball. Tbo admiral ship arv all of tha citadel typo. This class of vessels leave their sudu exposed at the water lino, and armor boa vlly amidships. On .this, account boen .bitterly criticised. Li The Banbow Is, however, tho moitnotable vessel of her clans In the British navy. Blie is different from others in that she carries the two most' powerful naval gun In tbe world. Thoy are 110-ton cannon. . They-'are 4$l feot long, and flue, an J 'ball. To give thl trotnen dou projeclilo a pounds of powder. It would bo rather expensive on the Fourth of July, n. II. D. BKNBOW. J Tho Benbow cannon is more powerful than tbe famous Krupp 110-ton gun. That weapon Ares with a muzzle energy of 40.001 foot tons. Tho Benbow's gun baa a muxz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 December 1885

n . Gen. Shurninn unit tho lteporton. ClilcuBO Tribune. Chatting with Oon. W. T. Sherman tho othor day, hosalin fow pretty haul thliip) of nowxnaner mon, tliouch ho ndtnltbaJ that thero wero cxroptlons. To Ultistruta how hl hail been abusod ut tlmo', ho tutiil: 'Wbou Um 'lispatch cjmo to mo about tha Castor mass tcro I called tho nowjpapsr b y nil togethor. 'Now,' I nays, 'hare li tho h." I put you all on youivluinor to cop miJ return it to mo.' Thon 1 xy it out two puses' tu thin one, two pagoi to that 0110, ho thoy could till wor't nt onco. I my laik, mid whl k Jack Ilobinsou the n.i;i 110, It novor turne.l up, olthor, nil 1 it U in coiiNCtiuuiicu absent from the jJnee It ought to occupy in tho olllcml records. " Gorinun Ijullon nt Thotr Knlttinc. I once saw a Qorinan Udy knitting now too and heel 1 ton pair of stockings that wore numbireJ CO, 1814. "Have you had those stocking so many yearn?" I asked. "Certainly; as soon as I left school I began knitting stocking! for my In case ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 December 1885

n ' K?' it.: , ,. hr- W 5v. . 'f ? tf r , J1 .V t t v r"r' - L. . ) '. fc ,. r Bi' IT Ll4s IV B& HKW:.: rV. . V "- 1 '',' L"'? 'W- i a":-' . V.' ' ft'- l. V ' fwy"..'; htf ? r W ' -C Tirana DAILY HONOLULU PR1SS IS PUBLISHED RVE11Y MORNING Except SuiixlnyM. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKHSIH, OF SUllSaitTVTIO.V. t'er annum. 4 . . .. ,.. ,$6.00 Six rnoi.tlis ,... ..... 3 'lliree months 50 Per month 1 ...... ,.t.,;octs Postage, additional. ' a Hulmerlptlon I'awil'l" "limy tn Att-'! nee. Brief communications from alt paitt of the Kingdom will always be ytrv acceptable. , Matter Intended for publication in the editorial olu'mns should be addressed to (Editor Daily Honolulu Prhss. Business communications and auYertisemenls should e addrcsied simply "Business Mananer," Daily Honolulu 1'ress, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, sliould be handed In before n r. u. i JMithoritn. NOTICE. All ersons having garbage, etc., for removal by the City Sca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 December 1885

3 .1' if' ty& , w.& BY -; , ,1 - ? i; , THE DAILY Press Will 1o for nnlo TiuHy lit tho : h ' PAT'.J?' &Co ' Merchant street 1'. O.TIIKUM Port street N. V, IIUIUILSS. King street C. J. MCCARTHY Hotel sireet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel strecet 1'Uve Cent icr C;;, LOCAL ttliWS. v Nothing doing in the Police Court yesterday. The wind gave everybody a free puff yesterday. Major Hills has opened a Tahiti lemonade depot on Fort street, near King. Pedestrians arc complaining of the uneven sidewalks on Fort street, between King and Merchants streets. The store of Mr. C. J. Fishel, on Fort street, was closed yesterday on account of the death of his. infant 'child. , ' South Sea Islarttiers arrived by the schooner Malolo yesterday for the Pacific Navigation Company. We call attention to the Hackfeld & Co. in this issue, in regard to Afiston's irnpro'ved liaricl organs. ' The bark Southern Chief, which arrived yesterday morning, has 350 Chinese passengers, and Mr. Thompson in the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 December 1885

u t X v. 1 1 I t 1 i r j li6 IfaDilor' Mh. Tho world ovor the farmor's family tlio boat of ovorythlnR to rat. Not rich, greasr nnd sweat mosses llmt will rot tbolr tooth nud lnako thorn skinny and and couiumo all tho profits from tbolr farm besides. Not by any moans. Hut n varlod dlot of fruits, grnlm, vogotablos, fljh. poultry, milk, oggii nnd urcain, That, with tcloutfflo farming, tho means for schooling and Rotting on in tho world that there aro in thU country will produco from our rural population, in tlmo, the flnost raco of mon and women tlio world hits yot soon. It ought to bo so, and Is bound to bo, If tho American farmer attend to his business. Tho most serious lack to tlio prosont varloty of rural dlot Is that of fresh Jlsh. It is safo to ray thoro aro families of ovon troll-to-do fnrniow who do not havo a meal of It tflico a yonr. Bait mackerel aud codfish aro tho lxwt thoy can do in tho fish lino. This country Is vory big, and many of tho host farms in It aro far romoved...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 December 1885

v$ yircjn$Bnfiji5 ??!' Daily Press. . 1 1 i i i ..iii. i VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1885. NO. 90 HOW STARCH IS MADE. flcofcucionitl (Knrte. $tx&int&& flTatus. Ducmcce C&tcbo. luBitnutcc coticco. hippinrj. Shipping. FROM THE TO THE ' PACKAGE IN PAPER. Hot Witter Separation of fltaroh and Gluten In tha Agitator Wollt Mould IJoiee Wrapped Up. (Indianapolis 8hittnel. Near tlio cast sldo of tho mala bultdlug arp tlio largo vnts for tho rocoptlon of thu otorsc fjjea, atid a' little further 'southeast are tho Kluten vats two In numbor. 1J by SOU feat, and about 4 fcot dcop. Near tho southeast corner of tho main building tho corn is carried by a bolt from tho crib to tho shelter, which has h. capacity of over I.oUO bushels a day, and is rUn by a oimrnto engine of. forty horso power. After tho corn Is shelled it Is carried to the "cleaner," whero all tho dust and dirt Is removed. It Is then by means of an elevator do- Eosltcd In a long bin In t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 December 1885

r a. I. Wr a -1' V f IJ - K I' - fcs I., a;? DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEIIY MORNING Except SuiulnyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKRM8 or svnsciui'Tiox. Pet-annum. ........ .$6 Six months ,.. 300 Three month M 1.50 l'trmonlh. . . .,..,, .50 (.11 Pustage additional. BF Suhitrlptlon I'ainbtr ttliruy In Bilef communication from all parti of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended Tor publication In the editorial otumnAhould be addressed to IEditur Daily IIonoluiu Prkss. Business communications anu aaveiusements should addressed limply "Business Manlier' Daily Honolulu 1'kks, Honolulu, llAwaitAii Itlandt. Advcrtlicmenti, to eri.Jrc prumpt insertion, tliould be handed In before 6 r. M, $a JLuthacitQ. 3HH NOTICE All persons having garbage, etc.) for removal by tfe City Scavenger, art requested to have the spnie tu eadiness before 8 o'clock A. M. After that hour the cartmen arc otherwise employed, and will not call until the following morning, thus leav...

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