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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 December 1885

j.ti ra. J v ' a MP 11 'A 5SV Ifc IIIf' if: i .',' ?.' '.IV. : . . $8' '' 1 'w w -U -i M SIX-PAGE EDITION. HONOLULU. , . . . . ..DEC. 25, -i 885 FASTNESS- a rARonv on tennvson's "vastnrss." Muny'a rtoctt.lnt.lhcsc'bad tlmcS, Is robbed of his life's most cherished joys ; Marty '-'of rjoct is bothbrcd, and bullied,. 'and worried, and harried by printer's boys. Having editors,' never at rest, arid never letting s . contributor's be What Is It all but a clamor for millions of billions of trillions of rhymes from me? Rhymes to this word, rhymes to that word, '" poems enough to fill the Times, ' Thousands of publishers-yelling to me for. a ' popular torrent of thymes upon rhymes. . Life s n hurry and bustle for poets exactly as '., If they were commonplace men Truly; whenever they publish nonscilse they're "' sure to be called on to do it again I Tireless energy, sucli as the patriot's, sturdily tolling thd chapel ucllj Tireless aye I till the last what a is, who can tell?' llfncs, and Rh...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 December 1885

k I' f ' , f V f r l:'t i ,- " SIX-PAGE EDITION HONOLULU.. ,.DEC. 45. 1885 '.i 11 TO MARK TWAIN. (OK IMS FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY,) Ah Clemen,.when I.iawthee last, We both of us were younger, HoVfondly mumbling o'er the past Is Memory's ioothless hunger 1 So fifty years have fled, they say,' i .Slaee.firsJ you toolc.to drinking, I wean In Nature's milky way, Of course no'Hl'l'ra thinking. riul while on life's uneven road' Your track you've been pursuing, What fountains from your wit have flowed What ilrinksyou have been brewing I know whence all.your magic came, Ywr secret ,1'vc discovered, Tie source that fed your inward flame . The dreams that round, you' hovered : Before you. learned to'blie or munch Still kicking in yddr cradle, The Muks mUcd a bowl of punch And Hebe seized. the ladle. Diar.babe, whose fiftieth year to-day Your;rlpe half-century rounded, YouTbooks'the precious draught betray The laughing Nine compounded, Solnliedfthe sweeY, (fie1 sharp; 'tneVrorigJ Each finds its fault...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 December 1885

tV'.r I ! ; ' $V-. y- S: THE DAILY XXoiiolulii. Press "Will bo for Htilo Dully ivt tho IToU lowlnix Xj1hopm : ). M. OAT, Jr. ft Co,..,. Merchant street T.G. THRUM Kurt street CRYSTAL- SODA WORKS Hotel slreeet ' I'tvn Vent per Copy, IMVAT, JVKir Merry Christinas ! The band was out serenading last night. The Prkss will not be published tomorrow. The saloons were well pattonized last evening. The different stores did a thriving ousmess last evening. The Ride Association will hold a practice rnutch at the Casino this afternoon. The Press was serenaded last evening by n eiowd of )oHy jokers. Much obliged, boys. Another grand political mass meeting is announced to take place next Friday night at the Armory. Nolte gave a Christmas luncheon to his customers yesterday. Just like himj he is always doing jolly things I One business man, when asked last evening how business was with him, said : "Rushing past the door." Mr. Geo. Cuvansgh, of the Polynesian Hotel, says, he will spread the iinest ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 December 1885

, t ? Ih if V A" ', SIX-PAGE EDITION. HONOLULU DEC. 25, 1885 Dining ont in Honolulu. There Is a side to most of sides On which some humor rcsti Within the Chinese Restaurant? It meets the welcome guests. 2 With slouching gait and cloth o'er arm, Meek Johnnie shuffles round. With tcmpcrless mouth he smiles his smile, And gurgles forth a sound. 3 fJo dine at any Restaurant, To "La rarislenne," l Or to "The Cosmopolitan1' You'll hear it o'er again. 4 Led there by hunger, or perchance Routine directs your way, Kor neither mirth nor swtctest flowers Will greet you there to-day. S Here on a wooden-seated chair You sit with "John" nt hand, Your tumbler he fills with water fresh Drawn from the filter standi 6 "Soupec 1" he.siys You answer "yes," His memory strained finds vent, As he gurgles forth the "Dill of Fare" You list without comment. 7 His hard-learned task perchance begins, And ends with "Million Chops," 'liecf Take," Vecl Cullct," "Saulag:s," Here for a breath he stops. S And gulpi...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 December 1885

volume i; ii Daily ' THE LAW OF FRANCE CONCERNING THE VALIDITY OF MARRIAGES IN THIS CoMtRY. Csues) WlioroTlioo Contrrtc'ted In tho United States Oecomo InvAVld An Kvldont Noocl of Sorlom Utiossloh. (Consul Wilson's Report.) , I dcslro to call tlio nttcntlon ;ofi tho to this subject In tho;kdpe tliht omo wiiy nmy bo found torifaveiit cUTzous of tho 1 ultcd States -from being unwittingly ontrfapped (thai Is tlio right wtfrd' Into mnklug a mrrjngo.wuich Is good enough In tho Lulled states' or whero It mnybotriado, but It Is a mock marrlago In Franca It seems to mo this matter calls for tho Intervention of tho go. eminent, for a government can have no higher duty to Its citizens than to throw such protection arouud them, as that thoy may not bo thus enttanped, or, If thoy will marry, that It will not bo dono In tho bcllof that tho marrlago, becauso valid according to - tho laws ot his or her own country tho Lulled Btatcs wlioro It Is porformed Is thcroforo valid In Franco, tho country o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 December 1885

S. I r ft Vi : r ' V if. www ?p5?WBlwiptf jSngT tywftfWvM ' 4 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1885. M 1 I TZESCE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Except Suudayw. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. ' I III I M TEHUS Of BVIISVMPTIOX. er annum .1 ...,.,. ,t J600 Six fuoulh.. ....,. ..... .. 300 Three months..,,, ..i.j. ........... ..,,,,, . 1,50 Per month .,..,., .....sorts I'oitage additional. ttT SubtrrlpHont l'itiable tiltcayt In ,tit-mitt llritf communications from all lurts or the Kingdom will alwayi be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication tn tlie editorial oluinat ihould be addreued to Editor D.un Honolulu Phirs, Uuttnts communications ana auvcrttMtncut houltl be adJreawd limply "llminesi Manager," DAILY liON0tUi.ll l'KEIS, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. AJvtrtitcraents, to emure prompt Imertton, should bi hau.liiJ in before (i r. M. " ' U Jluthocitfi. NOTICE. AH persons having garbage, etc., for removal by the City Scavenger, ate requeued to ha...

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

S' . I t V i ' !A V v . r f i .1 1&7 v V fV S"' 1 '! 11,! THE DAILY Honolulu Press Will bo for Huln 1) illy lit llio VIuoom : I. M. OAT. Jr. X. O. THRUM Co.ii! CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Mcrclii.it street ......... Kuti street .... ...Hold tlreeet i'see CtU per Copy. LOCAL NlStrH. Toy balloons are all the rage among the'childrcn. The cabins of the Mariposa have been altered, the samr as the Alameda. A fine race horse "came from San Francisco by the IV. IT. Dimond for Mr. Agnew. Mr. Henry. Hart is having a gorgeous new sign painted at his ice cream parlor, on Hotel street. More of them l Twenty-seven Cuinesc caino, fruui S.m lruncisco by the Mariposa 'yesterday. The entertainment which was to take place at the Rual Opera House last Saturday night, has been indefinitely postponed. ' ' The steamer Mariposa sails at eight frr this morning for the Colonies. o'clock The mail closed last night at half-past ten o clock. News v.as received by t;he Mariposa yesterday of the arrival of the steamer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 December 1885

f l i IrW, '' 'i ,. S& MJy.)i fvw Li i . DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1883. ,". .1 THE (Scncnil bbcrticcmcntc. citcral clbbctitocjncitto. Scmivnl tjbci'ticcmc.ntc. fficncral Jlbuct'tfocmcitts. J (Scncntl oberttecmentfi. ' fficncntl buci'iisctocnte. PECULIAR HABITS OF THESE CURI" OU9 NOCTURNAL INSECTa ' 1 laying Up Sweet forn nnlnrDny Selection if Living; Care of the Youth's Companion. aro found frdm southern Mexico as far north 03 Colorado, and nro easily rocognlzcd by tho tall structures or nests that thoy erect. They are llko tho owl, almost entirely nocturnal, cArrylbf on th'olr out-door work at night, although their domestic duties underground aro probably not noglc'ctcd during tho day. As soon as tho darkness comes on, thoy sally out of their subterranean cities, and wander about, climb-lug bushes and trocs In Bcarch of tho food of tholr cholco, which, curiously onough, is honey.. This will occur to you as an exceptional caso among ants, as thoy goner-ally, po...

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

1. i ------ v fi f f Daily 1 RESS. r' VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY; DECEMBER 29, 1885. NO. 102 YOUTH. t Thli poam by Robert Burns, hitherto has boon found In ono of tho pot' manuscript oxcbo book, and Is gWan to tho world by Tho Dramatic- Kovlow of London, whloh lndon09 it as ftotiultiB. Youth li tbo vision of a morn That fllos tho coming day; It U tbo blossom on tho thorn, Whloh wild wind swoop away, It la tho imago of tho tky In glassy waters rooti, Whon not a cloud apponn to fly Across tbo bluu iorsiio. But, whou tbs wares begin to roar And lift tholr foaming heads, Tho morning start appasr no moro . And all tho lieuvon Is fled. Til floating as thn pausing rays t Of bright olectrlo flro Tuatflrua about with sudden blow And in that blazo oxplro. It Is tho morning's gontlo gala That as It swiftly blows Bcarco sootm to sigh across tbo vale Or bond the blinding rote. But soon tbs gathering tempests soar And nil tho sky deform t Tho gain booomoj tho whirlwind's roar, ...

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

Pf r ' n m 'JL'JnLkl DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOltNING lCxoopt SuiitluyH. 1 At the Office, No.ag Merchant St. I I tkhms of aammtipxiox. er Annum Joo Six month . 1 rtr Three month. ..,. ,,sol Peri nwnth .;;; so cu Postage additional. Subtertillon Vnunble ithvau In ,1 HM, Dricf communications from all lulls of the Kingdom will always be very arccptable. Matter Intended Tor publication In the editorial olurnas should beliddrcscd to Editor Daily Honolulu Fmus. Bailnm communications and adviriHrnientl should be ad Jretsed slnylr "Husintss Mnnacer," DaiU' UutfuLUl u Pke.ss, Honolulu, Hawaiian islands. AdvertUnnentt, to ensure prompt insertion, should It! h inde.1 io hefnrs d l U. U dLtvotitt). NOTICE. All persons having snruace, etc, for removal by tre City Scavenger, ate requested to hare the same tn 'eaitinevi before 8 o'clock A. M. After that hour the cartmen are otherwise employed, and will not call until the following morning, thus tearing the un tightly bones or barre...

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

r 1 ts.. KT ft . &- $L : f CJ ,1.1' K &? t " w . I'",!' !" 1 J. M ' iff. fci' ' v. & " ". !S ' v T- passage "THFOAILY IdLoiioliilii. JPress Will be for ntUe D.tllvnt Jim l'luooH : , J. M. OAT, Jr. tCu.w... ., Merclunt street T.O. THRUM Port street CRYSTAL, SODA WOKKS IIolt.1 strceet J'tve Cent jinr Cop. The new truck for the Hook and Ladder Co. arrived by the Mariposa uuuHuor. ,. . t; , tfrhcband concert at Emma square last evening was well attended. Mr. Bcrgcr's new pieces were highly appreciated. The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class for this week will meet this evening at hoven o'clock, instead of on Monday evening, db usual ( , The Y. Mi C. A. singing class will meet this evening at seven O'clock, The mcmb rs lire tuiucsted to be present piumpily and in full numbers. The Sjh Francisco Jlfutt'c and JJitin.a.sMs (hat ;'Siguort Cajnpobellp ispl.(mjiMg jo t.lk'uj a conceit party to t t Hun5'liftilriiu hiding the onm listers Slid May Mitchell." The Australia will leave San f...

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

N IM. Vt I M . H aVont Tennyson's Flpa anil Glass. (London Cor. Philadelphia Proas. Tennyson cscbowa London almost on ttrcly now and will novor, as bo him elf avows, visit it again oxcept on com pulsion, and Uvos completely In a Uttlo world of bis own. Ho Is as fond now of a glass of sound port as whon In "Will Waterproof's Monologuo" ho bado tbo plump nl Tho Cock bring a pint of tbo vintage which had folt tho glow of Lusltanlan summon. Upon ono occasion ho pressed Mr. Irvine to tako a lass of tho precious liquid, Mr. Irving Id as ho was desired, but not being a port wlno drinker, sipped It very slowly, lioforo ho had finished it tbo decantor from which tho bard bad been automatically replenishing his goblet was ompty. Lord Tennyson tmdo tho butler bring a fresh supply, and, turning to his guost, sold dryly: "Do you always drink a bottlo of port, Mr. Irving, after dinner?" Tbo laureato, however, though endowod with an appreciation of wlno, has always partakon sparingly of It Ho has ...

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

i j "bl V '.. f, T t -& Daily nr79HIQNIP9a!VB6B9VV9P2y X? Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1885. NO. 103 lloj'a Slilrt anil Girl's Umlomnlst, yi'ofccjsiomtl (fotriw. ilitsutccfi Qtatto. gtocmcca (Stixxba. Iitsimmxc Jloticcjc. glupputfj. hipping. P! I j Flo. 1. FlO. a It Is dlfllcult to know how to droit boys that nro too young t wear a man's shirt, and at tlia samo tlmo aro so big and strong that thoy tear tho buttonholes all topiocos on tholr shirt-waists. For theso a shirt has boon dovlsqd that Is vory liont. It is opon In front, and has a turn-down collar and cuffs, such as aro wont upon waists. Tho body and sloovcs aro of wblto muslin, tho bosom, collar and culls ot flno llnon cambric. Or tho wholo garment can bo mado ot Bomo protty percale, polka dotted or othorwlso figured. It is to bo worn with suspenders. Fig, 3 shows a whlto cotton undorwalst for girl 7 to 0 years old. It Is In two plocos, front and back, jolnod under tho arm.". Gores...

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

Uj-, DAILY HONOLULU P&ESSf WEDNESDAY DEGEMBEk 30, 188s. W'- I'M B : iv ''T- u &,:. rf U-"1 J r" U o B- 6? . DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED VEVEUY MOIINING Except SundoyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. limits of Hvnsaittvxios. er ftnnuint.... ..... ... , .$6.00 Six month.,.. 4 ....... ...... y $ Tlire months. ...,.......... ...... ........... 1.50 I'cr month ........ .".'$....... 50 Cla 1'ostAK additional. mr NubHcrtlitlons Vatable always in Ait- itnc: llritf communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication in the editorial olumns should be addressed Ip Kutfim Daily Honolulu Pkkss. Dullness communications and advertisement. should be addressed simply "business Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisement, to ensure prompt Insertion, should b handed in be(bic 6 r. M. B uthoritB. ,m NOTICE. v All persons having garbage, etc., for removal by the 'City Scavenger, ftte requested to have...

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

ft i,- ' U?-v, 7- f 1. ?.. Ks $V V-1 If , jj. 4r . 'in;"" t t wSfv ' ' A1 1, - mxm are1. ratM aW (i THE DAILY JBConoltiln Press Will bo for hhIo -Dully Ut lliu i J, M, OAT, Jr. & Co ,,., Merchant street T. 0. THRUM Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel treeet JbHve CenU per Copy. LOCAL NEWS. ThcjHonolulu Rifles were out drilling last'cvcning. Business Is bobming'at the 'Polynesian Temperance Hotel. Services will be held irTlhc different churches this evening, as usual. In the window of J. M. Oat & Co.'s store, on Merchant street, can be oecn a fine lithograph of J. Gordon Bennett's steam yacht JNamouna. The holiday sale by Lyons & Cohen at their salesroom last evening was well attended, as 'are all the auction sales-by this popular firm. A skating race will take place at the Yosemite skating rink in the near future between our "devil" and one ofHonolulu's juveniles. Wc back the "devil" every time. Miss Genevieve Ward, and Mr. W. H. , Vernon, assisted by local talent, incl...

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

' M I It ' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30 1883. , T F THE WATER-WITCH. fficncrnl 3ftbcrttocmc.tt& fficnctrtl eJlubcritflcmcttte. ubu'ttecmentc. citcml rbbcrtiscmentxi. Gkuct'itl ,3lbbmt0cmci,t6. (Scncntl ubct'tiocmenfo. i ! 1 r (, r i- i' Inter Ocean Trans, from Em Ho Souveatro. Long ago thoro Itrcd a young peasant named William nnd n protty young maiden named Bella. TlioV loved each other donrly and would gladly bavo married, but thoy wero poor and woro forced to go out to Borvlco tor a living. Ono day William told Holla that ho 'was going Into tbo wido world on tho morrow to sco if bo could mcot with any-luck. liclla wept, and Wllllntn consoled bor 88 well as ha could, promising to return soon. "Then," snld Hello, "bIucoh mustboso it go in uoa s name uui nrsi wo wm , sbaro together these valliabtos which my latuor 1011 ooninu mm ai uis ucaiu. 8ho brought from a closot a llttlo boll, a knlfo and a stall. "This llttlo boll, " said sho, "has tho gift of notifying by...

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

0 t . JLi?J& P .Kill.. .VJO i.gtCiJ'A". M JfsmJh .1. JJ Daily Jj(f?ffl;S!rsssW l RESS. , .. " " ' "" ' --" - - - T VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1885. NO. 104 TIMIDITY-A HINDOO FABLE. fJocl Benton, A silly mouse, thinking oaob thing a oat, Foil into a hotploss worrlinont tuoraat; ' But, noticed by n wizard living nonr, Was turned into a oat to end Its fear. No toonor was tbo transformation dono Than dreadful terror of a dog begun. Now, when tbo wizard saw tbls lntoit throo, "Uero, be n dog," be Baldf "and ond your woo." But, though a doe, Its soul bad no rolaato, For (ear somo tlgor might disturb Its poaas. Into a tiger next tho'borut was madoj pitiful and sora afraid, Becauso tbo huntsman might, somo ill starred day. . Happon along and tako it llfo away. "Thon," Bald the wizard, turning to his hou'o, "You have a mouso's boart now bo a mouso." 'Tis so with mon; no oarthly help or dowor Can add one atom to thoir nntlvo powor; Thorn from their smalln...

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

fAS1 fortunately, the bulk of the tax-payers tVI. X f'V "" I .II TUB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOltNING Except StmdnyM. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKKHS Of HltllWIttPTlOS. er annum..., .. ....... $6.co Six month. ......... i. 30a 1 nree months.. .o. .,.., 1 .$o 1'cr month 1 ...Joels 1'oUjrs additional. NT Subscription l'niable atiriiyt in Hn'ef communication from allinrts or th Kingdom will always be very nccepiable. ... Matter Intended for uUlcation In tin editori.il 6l jmns should be Addressed to KulT(iK Daily Ilonoi.uiu pRim. OutineM communications and auvenisements should be addressed simply "Business Manager," Dailv Honolulu Prat, Honolulu, ltiwttlan Islinds. Adrertivraents, to ensure proili t insertion, should bi handed lit licfine A r, w. t JluthoritQ. m V NOTICE. All persons having garbage, etc., for removal by tVe City Scavenger, nie requested to hare the samein ewlinesj before 8 o'clock A. M. After that hour tho ctrtmen are otherwise employed, and wil...

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

ft' is'' v ' iW IT m l- Hi -I (i , " i pi MUBBBfV r. ly v w r r THE DAILY Honolulu Press p Will bo -for mile Dully tit lho Plaoo : J, M. OAT, Ir. & Co vm. 1 1.1 . . Merchant street T. () '11IKUM., street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS ... Hotel streeet I'lva Call jini Copu. LOCAL MEWS. Fish were plentiful and cheap at the Fish Market yesterday, Mr. Sam. Damon has donated $100 to the St. Louis College Library, The William If. Dimond will take a mail for San Francisco 1n a few days. Mr. M. Thompson has our thanks for a late and interesting file of Eastern papers. A communication hail been received from Rev. Mr. Groser which will be published to-morrow. The Queen's Own, under command of Captain O'Connor, were out on the street drilling last evening. The schooner Afana, which arrived yesterday front Honomu, Hawaii, re ports rough weather at that place. W. W. E. Howell has the contract for re-building the Waimea bridge, on Kauai. 1 he bridge will cost $0,650. Any person now wishing to purchase a...

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

FT' '1 I R-, f ' El ft r, ei fcS -: . i HABITS OF THE ADVEItTI3ER Fw WJ10 SpanU 'iruaioImitlyTho New raperUiould lie No Canvoaien Nntlonol RcTletr.1 fflHAttKLK.1.1 .. . Ungues In US ,u UUIiuiUU3 nro.tnoct 01 w i?w?&po of ?vortfsomouU, ,.,.' "Wo must say: mvoacood i . ml got plenty of thorn. " ""V Ujo gonus odvertlsor Is' , c?.nTuSorV realisation of these tlho h,nbl.t f tlaer is a stupid ll1,y "Pttln9t, tho curatu idea ni" , Q the "tn?' w,lh, ony ono tic i)H)-s " ting lm nnd tunt Is that Mg' jg ot inonot In advertising Given n good thing well ndvor ' .j In a judicious way nud tho prollta ' aro surd, but thoro aro very fow advertisers who spend judLiously. Somo bavo A passion for tho hacks of monthly odlcals, and will advortlso nowhoro olso; V somo Ulto tiUtotablos; somo bollovo in hoardings. .Assuming tho selection good, tho courso la a wldo ono: but tho mon who work on systems such ns this aro vory few. Most advertisers persist lu advertising whoro ovcry ouo olso docs, and seem ...

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