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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 January 1886

mmmSiSmmm 'r''',t,3'"3jt7,T i - - fj. 3s r 2JUi Daily Press. -1 , , ' ""''" ' ' ' ' ' " !.. I I .1 - ' ' VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY i, 1886. NO. 105 THE LEGEND OF ALOHA, Long ago, on the fair Island of Hawaii,' dwelt together Uv maidens. 1'ele, the older, was o native1, and beautiful in all the rirh coloring of her1 race. tiark eyes, and hair, pearly teeth, a clear oiive.com plcxion, dashed with a crimson glpVr of health nnd happiness, made, with her graceful at....vtijr u auiauiiuu uuiL unaiuaie. aim more was she prominent in a grace of a kind and noble nature. Her father was a magnate in thc'island, arid she, his only child, dressed jn rcili 'draperies and flashed in costly jewels. Also, she had a high destiny in prospect. for she was bethrothed to the Prince, ton to the King of the Islands, and some day she might sit upon the throne. All the people loved Pele, and said that she was born to rule so exalted was she in virtue. Aloha, the other maiden, was ...

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. — 1 January 1886

gySfsr'wTw.rW TIKE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEUY MOllNIN.G At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. Ti:n.vs of svjtsonii'Tios. er annum 1 $6 Sixmontln 3. Three monlliS ''5 Per month .....sorts Fusing, additional. S3T Subscriptions l'ainbte itUcaya in nri'f communication from all pirts of the Kingdom will alw iy be Very acceptable. Matter Intended Tor publication in the editorial olumus should be addressed to Editok Daily Honoluu Press, Bu.lnes.scoininuiicnti3ii4n!a Ujvcrmements should be addressed simply "Business ManaRtr," BAily HoHOLUtO 1'kess, Honolulu, Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertton, should be handed In before (j P St. ! Uthotiti!. NOTICE. All persons having garbage, etc., for removal by the City Scavenger, ate requested to have the samc'in eadlness before 8 o'clock A. M. After that hour the ctrtmeu nrr otherwise employed, and will not call morning, tliu lavingthe un sightly boxes or birrcUnn "vrum of your premises all day. J. N. KAIAIKAWAHA, 87.1m Contr...

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. — 1 January 1886

.-. &;. -. . "". R,. .. U v 1 ii-.. u It ". 1 $'' , 1 1' I I BV-" ,1 ? THE DAILY Honolulu Press Will bo for Hftlra D lilvat th Folio wIiir VIhoob i h SfYE J& & Co Merchant street 1'. G. THRUM Pott street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet Flvo Cents per Cop, LOCAL NEWS. Happy New Year. Turn over a new leaf to-day, "boys."- The 'Press will not be issued tomorrow. The band was around town ing last evening. Crowds of serenaded weic on the streets last night. One of the Myrtle boys says the race to-day is tor "blood." There will be music and dancing at the Yosemite skating rink this evening. The Royal Hawaiian -Hand will plaj at the emigration depot this afternoon. Captain Winding, of the wrecked brigantine Hespeiati, eft for S.in 'Francisco by the barkerttine Eureka yesterday afternoon. The Honokaa mill stopped grinding, December 30th, to put in position a new double effect. It will commence grinding again in about three weeks. The young men's Bible class will meet in the Y. ...

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. — 1 January 1886

V lu IP- IV ; 11. " IS JJ.Fli WORTH LIVING 7 Is life worth living ? Ask the lad Bare-fooled, homeless, starved, Ill-dad, And hear the answer you will get, "My dorg an' me has fun you bet." Is life worth living ? Ask the wretch Upon the gallows doomed to stretch The hang-man's rope, and hccd;his cry, "It is I it is I Don't let mc die 1" Is life worth living ? Ask the tramp ! Whose home's the gutter, cold and damp, And hear him tell you with a jerk, "It is, old pard, for I don't work." Is life wjrth living? Ask the dude Whom old DamcNaturesomehowspewcd, And see him suck his cane and say, "Aw weally life is aw quite gay." Is life worth living ? Ask the fool, The gicgling maiden fresh from school, The toiler, invalid, the slave ; 0 1 life, sweet life, they cvercrave. Is life worth living ? Ask the wise Philosopher who vainly tries To solve the mystery about The matter and remains in doubt. Is life worth living? Ask the great, The miltionarc, the king in state, And note their looks of ut...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 January 1886

p"mfir 1 It Q & $ 1: Daily crA.&RJkirfi TvtHSMEBItfQrUMBKMiBPfirisBB JBZfllDHHRKaHBSOSaHnHQyijWSVknw mi Sr?to. Jl RE88 VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1886. NO. 106 ft 3 1 OT TO Money Lomlors of Jomlon. San Frnnciiuo Clironlole.l Ono of tho mysteries of London llfo Is on announcement regularly published In tho lending journals that, oil application to a certain olllco, advances of money from 100 to 20,000 pounds Btorllng will bo made without security and merely on tho borrower' note of hand. "It )a sometimes very useful, " says this announcement, "to know where to obtain any urgently required sum without tho pub. HcTty of rib application to oho's banker or family solicitor. " In a enso that rocontly camor, before tH6 law courts the mystery was puYtlyisolvcdj An olllcor In tho guards had lose a largo sum of money at cards, and, as. is tho in vuriablo rule in tho London oliibsr tho debt of honor had to be puid within twentyfour hours. On application to...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 January 1886

lis W, ft V & u '' fe 4iS ' w 'I S.rr - K t h s i .? to v TKCB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MORNING Except SuiitliiyK. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. xnnjts of sujisoitirriox. crinnum . "' So SUmonllis 3 Three monthi US Fermontl i , ; 5c" PosUki additional. tsr Subucrtptton I'ajfnMe nlwayit tn Ad- mace. . Brief communicatlorH from all pirts of tlie Kinjilom will always be verv nccrptaMe. Matttr Inlmded for pulilicalion in the editorial olumni shouM b addressed to ElklTOX DAILY HONOLULU I'KKSS. Builae rommumcalions and advertisement should be addressed simply "Uuslness Manager," Daily Honolulu I'kcss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements to ensure prompt Insertion-,- should bs handed in before 6 T, M. " j Jluthoi'itji. . Wmmi i.tj -1 nm i ;wF NOTICE. All jiersons liavine gaibar;e, etc., for renewal Ly the City Scavenger, are requested to have the before ,8 o'clock A. u. Afttr that hour the cartiuen are otherwise employed, and v.i" not call mull the folUwinz ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 January 1886

'.. -. ', ,w m .: I? v I: r rr :' t i 4. "'" ""Twrajvpw -y t" o .,, m i v-V ?' ww" wraw T f (HWH v 1f3' fV JeleK''V 'rW ' A"t 1FS7 jU T DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MO.NDAY, JANUARY 4, 1886. THE DAILY Honolulu PresM i Will be for sale IJullv tit ilio Va- loWlllK VlllOCH S J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co..... Merchant street P.O. THRUM Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel strecct J'lvn CcnM jer Copy, LOCAL NEWS. ' The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class meets this evening at half-past seven o'clock. The Strangers' Friend Society will hold their regular monthly meeting in the Y. M. C. A. parlor at eleven o'clock this morning. Mr. G. L. Hates, formerly "a teachei at Punahou Cqllege, sailed from Ililo for Fort Townsend on December 26th, by the bark C. 0 Whitmore. The Hawaiian Hotel Cairiage Company wish to notify the public that there will be no extia charge for a cairi tges ordered by telephone. Last New Year's evening about six o'clock two young men found a man on Puuloaroad, about six miles from Honolul...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 January 1886

h 1' T y. ,' . fl. u p. ,'. I l.fc l " - fc Pi " BW IS 1-5 i VH ' V C Dftft of the Ilndsoo. (New York Letter.1 Tho river brings Its regular supply of drift. It brings cordwoori, dropped from passing vessels; piles Which liavo rotted away, lloatcd away, and arc cruising about to find docont sopulturo; camp-stools tossed from oxcurslon steiunors, old boards, now boards, shingles, sticks, clilps.Jjark, old brooms, worn out scrubbing-brushes, bits of torn and tangled sotno, runaway eel-pots, dead dogs, dead punpios, an occasional dead horse, Illegally pitched at night off somo Now York plor: old boxes and barrels, old pantaloons, bottles somo smelling of mudtclno and othors of whisky, corks without bottlos, mora bottlo3 without corks, hats blown overboard, somo old, soma now; bean-poles, wntor soaked bread, empty sardlno and lobster cans, tho dobris of floating lunch parties; cabbago loaves, decomposed fruit and vegetables, sometimes a with lino and hook attached; old paint brushes, ovo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 January 1886

i'W''''1.,' i.'iww vai'ilijffP' ' wrinr'tiqMz!ftrr '--'':"" ',T'miyip)))!By vp'"w" k T ?, f .&, Daily H MP H h Vf B VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1886. NO. 107 f: V" fr '& -V A Tlio Writer or Wlmo novel. Rrooklyn Enfrte. Tho dlmo novelist or serial contributor Is by no moans such n contemptible figure, socially and Intellectually considered, as bo Is frequently denounced Ills stories are a "grind" from tbo inception, bis humor tho fag ond qf facetious creation. His pathos Is forced, his dramatic situations ridiculous and often dragged in by the heels. Tho stud Is manufactured as a blacksmith welds iron, pounded together. But apart from all this he is a well-spoken, Intelligent, original fellow. That is tho more routine of his business, but, personally, you will find him a dollghtfuj companion, whose ordinary conversation is spiced with wisdom and wit, not to bo dospiaed because its author may be seedy, self-complaisant, beer bibbing and tobacco sm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 January 1886

I' yj 0 11 WTfR v '"Mfr ,rss&S!ssssssss&&& fc3&, i lfcv" 'i'"kji'ltTtmw r T 'I'm i n mn i i i inm hiimul mil in til ii i inm n i - . atMArf nywwwwj'w., .' . " j 'J. 1 Wjf r rtfcu, w ' "J -M - : DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1886. tv. TBCE DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOENINCi Except Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TEJtJIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. tr annum...... ... ...,,-.. . .$00 Sixmonth...,......,.. ,..... 3 00 Ihree months . ,. x.50 Per month..,,. i.socts PosURt additional. IOt Subtertpttona Patfhhtt ahvaya in Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. , . Matter intended for publication In the editorial elumns should be addressed to Euitun Daily Honolulu Press. Business communications and aaventiements should be addressed simply "Business Manager' Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed sn before 6, r. ft. ' B ,JL.ttthorit...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 January 1886

i . - "p55?95P5WPSSB THE DAILY . Honolulu Press WiU bo for stilo Duilv nt tlio lowltiK XltioeH i t. M. OAT, Jr. &Co... Merchant street T. O UHRIIM Veirl street CRYSTAL bODA WORKS Hotel street! I'tvn Coils per Copy. LOCAL NEWS. Don't forget the entertainment at the Royal Opera House on next Monday night. The Government Library and Museum will be closed until further notice. The Honolulu Rifles meet at the Armory this evening at half-past seven o'clock. , The singing class will meet in the Y. M. C. A. hall at half-past seven o'clock this evening. One of the steamers due from San Francisco to day will . most probably report the arrival of the Maraioa at that place. J.Spencer has challenged Willie Lucas to another one-mile skating race. It is not known whether the challenge will be accepted or not. Mr. Geo. Vogt, the barber, has opened a shop on Fort street, in the room formerly occupied as a waiting room for Dodd's 'busses. Look out for the steamers City of Sydney and Australia, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 January 1886

i h I 1 o I' f i w I ., ;. ; t 1,'ff r ; a : K' I-"9! ,,f h ' i m , ' tf 154.'. ,1 n Ht 4. W 1 ,,T to y r Uv M f .3 it . A Shin Slay Steer Herself. Charles II. Washburn has patented an electrical apparatus by which the control of th rudder of a Yossel can bo taken entirely out of tbo hands of tho man at tbo irheel at any moment and assumed on ths bridge by tha officer in chargo. It Is automatic. Tho hip is sot on her course. "When, sho vorios from It tho vibration of a compass card closes on electrical circuit, and brings her DacK again. uompro&ed air is a lorco mado use of in tho apparatus. Tho inventor has received permission to try his now on tho old United States steamer Tallapoosa. P Aps tho Tallapoosa -will thus be put to some useful purpose at last. Mr. Washburn Bayrof his Idea: "I have the utmost faith In it. I have at least upset ono of tho favorite theories of tho old electricians. I can surround a compass with eloctrlclty without deflecting its needle. Old electrician...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 6 January 1886

v. "ii 1 ftT r:. ft: w -- r i-- "X " . tf '. 4 v V y" v ;" i 1 -H ti Aft'iigsliirjaJitAMv. sis ttBuntncc Notices. ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT, PACIFIC MutuntlLife Insurance Company, OF CALIFORNIA. S. G. WILDER, AGENT. Assets, December 31, 1864 $1,263,000 Policies issued against Accident for one day up to one year. 54 tf gOSTON BOARD OK UNDERWRITERS. ' V " C. BREW&R cV 'Ct., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 910-261 TJREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. F. A. SCfAEFEK cV Co., Apsis. Also neents for the Dresden Board of Underwriters. Vienna Board of Underwriters. For the Hawaiian Islands. 210-261 BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR ance Company. (Limited) TIfEO. . DAVIES. ACKIfT. The above agent lias received instructions to re- "" .'"- "" v '" uciwccn iionoiuiu ana Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poli cie at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. 210-261 FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM pany of Berlin. F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGENTS. The above Insurance Co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 6 January 1886

1 t ;I 1 S. ! 1 tf J '3 i k s w ":. i T t 1 IN' ' . H: rf ' ' c km?'- V R fl r fcr k r Ip1 fti H.. I 0 ' 1 i THCB DAILY HONOLULU PRESS IS PUBLISHED EVEltY MORNING Kxcept Sundays. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant Stl rJtlM OF HUJISVJlirTlO.Y. er annum. . .$600 Six months. m 3 00 1 hree months . 1.50 Per month . .jocti Postage additional MT Subtei'liitloitt I'ayaMc nfirnj tn Admit ce flrief commnniruions from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acieptable. , . Matter ! Intruded for publication in the editorial olumnjthouM be addressed to 1 'Editor Duly Honolulu Press Buimes communications, and autenbemenls should b addressed simply "Ruslne Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. AdvertiMmenu, to ensure prompt Insertion, should b handed In before 6 p. M. i Jiutltoritr). NOTICE. All prions having earbaje, etc., for removal btl e City Scavenger, aie requested to hive the samein before 1 o'clock A. M. After that hour the cartraex are otherwise emplojed, and will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 6 January 1886

I I vf If i? I. b. THE DAILY Honolulu !Press "Will bo for huIo Unity at llio TMnoen : li hX' SftT'.J?; Co Merchant street 1'. O.THKUM Portitreet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS..; Hotel streect tHvti Cent per Copy. LOCAL NEWS. Judge Widcmann went to Waianae by the steamer Planter yesterday afternoon. Tree'trimming is greatly needed again on some of the principal streets t? Honolulu. Prisoners arc at work fixing the roads in the vicinity of the Pacific Navigation Co.'s store-house. Neither the Australia or the City, of Sydney have been telephoned up to the -time we go to press. The authorities ought to take measure? to stop'tjie cUstiim v( citizens and others hitching horses across sidewalks. Captain Marchant left for Hawaii by the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday afternoon. He goes for a short trip for his health. A small native, child was almost rnn over by a hack on Emma street, near Beretania street, yesterday morning about ten o'clock. Willie Luras has accepted the, challenge issued by J. Spence...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 6 January 1886

h w I1 l! I,rt I ! I J t 5 4 i. " )v 1 ) -v- r r. 8ELEOTION3. 81ep Is pain's Barnaul slave, nnd dotU fulfill All offlcoa ot doath, oxcopt kill. Donno In fact there's nothing makoi me so much grieva As that Abominable Which Is the cud esoliowcd by human ittlo. --(Byron. Seek not to know to-morrow' doom; That Is not ours which Is to come. Tho present moment s all our storo; . The next should honven allow, Then this will bo no mors; So life is but one Instant now Congrevo. God'u ways seem dark, but soon, or lato, They touch tho shining hills of dny. The evil ctunot brook delay, The good can well afford to wait Give ermtned knaves their hour of crime; Ye havo the future, grand nnd great, TM safe appoal of Truth to Time. Wbittlor. A and Ills Iloumli. Dlrmlnitham (Ala.) Age Tbo keeper of tho hounds at Elopo No. 2, 1 ratt mines, had rather run niter an escaped convict thau eat He Is of powerful pbyslquo, and can stand a great deal of rough work. A reporter asked him to speak of soino of hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 January 1886

rvi ml, .' '. '. "" -'" , T ' 2mm2L Daily VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1886. NO. 109 JJi'ofcjesiojml rttf0. 2pUittCf0 Paxils. Dushtcfius dlariis. Immranxc Notices. jluppiurj. Shipping. C1UZY CUSTOMERS. THE BARBER TALKS OF MEN WHO RIDE QUEER HOBBIES. A Yacht ltnolng nml ltn.se Hull Apparently In the Lend Collecting Ilarao Ualrs, Itiiby Photographs and i Freight Car Ntimbers. (Chicago Herald.l "Did I ovor shave a crazy hian? Yes, indeed. Wo Lave cray customers 'most every day. Over thcio sits a crazy man now the one In the third chair. 'Well, - wo got there,' says ho to mo tho other day, says ho, as 1 took tho lather brush away from his mouth. 'What got there?' inquired 1. 'Why, tho Puritan.' says ho. No. 'We beat the blawsted Britisher, you know.' Tbeu ho went on talking about tho yachts. Never heard such a lingo of slutl spunkcrB, jibs, booms, luffs, spinnakers, gaff top sails, port tacks, pointing, heeling over, and about 3,000 moio, Awful lot of gibbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 January 1886

' m r H ! r tr .ft iC 6if jjr n fc is m iu" M l 'i. nt Mumnii mm Mimrwi 1 iimm DAILY HONOLULU PRESS ISgPUBLISHED EYEllY MORNING Except Simdiij's. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. .-.. a m TlS'ltMS OF SVJISOHIPTIOS. Per annum . .... .$6.00 Six months ...... 3 M Three months .... 1.50 Per month.... .Joels Postal Additional. t3T Subscriptions rayiible alirhys in Ait-van to (Urief coiumunicationi finm all pirts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication in the cditotUl columns should be addressed to Editor Daily MunoluiU Press, Uutinessconliuuiilcatlonsand uuvertircmenti should be addressed simply "Husiness Manager," Daily Honolulu 1'ium, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be handed in lfnre 6 I. M. $B JLuthoviti). NOTICE. All persons having garbage, etc., for removal by tl,e City Scavenger, nte requested to have the same in eadiness before 8 o'clocU A. H. Aft. r that hour the cartmen are otherwise employe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 January 1886

T I 1 J It 11 ' THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Will bo for Mitlc Dally wt th : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street I 0. 1IIKUM Port street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS .Hotel ttreeet , Viva Cent per Cap, LOCAL NEWS. ' t The steamer Australia is due from San Francisco to-day, bringing mails. Fort-street School opened yesterday morning, after the Christmas vacation, with a fair attendance. The slea her City of Sydney took eighty-five Japanese and Chinese passengeis for Yokohama and The bark, iitine V. 1 1. Dimond sails for San Ki.uicisCo at noon to-day. She will not take a mail, as reported in the Press a few days ago. The old sign which for uerly lured hungry guests to the Saiatoga llouse is now di.ihg duty in front of the new Polynesian Hotel on King street. The noonday prayer meeting at the Y. M. C. A. hall will be omitted ly, on account of the union services at the Bethel Union Cliutch at eleven o'clock. The skating race which was announced in yesterday's Press to take place next Saturday ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 7 January 1886

E it K lii & f f S'jJfi'T SALTS IN ORNAMENTATION. A. ltemnrkabla Discovery After A Novel Project. IBclcntlflo Amorlunn.l Somo months ago a party connected with ono of tho expeditions sent out bv tho government camo to camp among the curious springs that form tho chief attraction of the famous Natinnnl park In tho west, and sevoral days v. oro s cnt hero in making a thorough oxnml nation of tho placo, lr.vitig out maps, etc. f Several days after their arrival, ono of tho soldiers who formed a part of tho guard, mported to tho leader, a well known sclontiflc man, that a very rcmarkablo object had bcon taken from ono of tho springs, and was awaiting his Inspection hagor for any thing now, tho scientist followed tho man to the edgo of ono of thoconcs, and found, surrounded by tho members of tho party, an object about four feet long of lrrcgu - lar shape and of tho greatest beauty, re sembling perhaps a ptcco of lace or somo extraordinary delicate fabric. It scorned impossible that s...

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