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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 January 1886

Vf is !5?n! "W'y "fW"f rv r.M rp i - f ' u JSmSJ , 1 t I Da il y Jl JLiJbjob). - 1 VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1886. NO. 115 STRAY LINB& Bottor tlio pure heart of our youth Than pnlacot of gnl I, Mulock. Hoavou'a gato U shut to him who comes nlono! Sava (hou a soul, an J It shall saro thy ownl TIs but tho ruin of tho bad, Tho wasting of tho wrong and 111; Wbato'er of good tha old timo hod Is living stllL Anon. Tho crooked soul but alms at crookod things j' lao soui, piutnea irora uuty'J doatlilo'S wlnzs. Spoods whore tho. bright foot of God Ato batbod forover In Love's crystal springs. LAnon. Wherovor wo go thoro's tvork to bo dono; Tnon do It, and nevar say dial Thora Isn't a trouble boneath tho sun That's worth a will no or a sigh. Sn never you frot when things go wrong, For It's useless to complain: Just set your tooth and hammer along Till all comes rlqht aenfn. Harper's Young Pooplo. IT CREATED SOME GOSSIP. But Tliey "Dnuo by Him In Death Jes...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 January 1886

KPsmvpupmmgpmiOT? '.L'JbLJbl J)mfy;!fmmluftt $m IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOANING, Except SumlnyM. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. terms ov aVBSmtll'TZOS. Perannum. .;. ......, ? $. Six months. ,.., . .... ( 3M Thrfemomhi,,.,,. I..... i.jo l'or month Sct rustic additional. tar Subscription Payable altpay n Advance , tBrIef communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication la the editorial cohimm thouM be addressed a jEditor Daily Honolulu Panes. Bastness communications and aarcttiiemints should bt addieutd simply "fluintijrtanafcr," Daily Honolulu Pistst, Honolulu; Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, ttfensur -prompt inunloa, should be handed in oefoic 6 r. m. 12 JLuthoritB. To the Inspectors of Election in the several Districts of the Kingdom : Inquiries hating been made whether persons who are exempt from the payment of personal taxes by reason of belnfi clergymen, teachers, pnplls In High Schools, firemen, etc., or by reason of...

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. — 14 January 1886

T'WWPlJiP!WWt'''S(pTF"f "1"WV wrtjtjwpirv"""""? " ! ' 11 ft " iM& ' , ?V- UV, ft ' - f' J 'V I 4t I P 1 TKCB J)m(tj Ifotmlulu JVm "Will bo for Bttlo OuUy nt Illn VIuooh I. M. OAT, Ir. ' .&Co Merchant utreet T. O. 10M. . . . . Tort street at CRYSTAL SODA WORKS ..Hotel utreeet rive Cent per Copy. LOCAL NEWS. The steam roller was at work at Brewer's wharf yesterday. The Zealandia brought no mail, no passengers and no freight for this place. Madame Rita, the celebrated singer, and husband, are expected heie by the Alameda next Saturday. The Zealandia brings the news of the Alameda's arrival at Sydney five houis before the arrival of the former. Miss G.MievieVe Ward and Mr. V. H. Vernon leave by the Zealandia this morning. They will not soon be forgotten by many of Honolulu's people. Wash Norton's, "Merry Makers" did hot 111 rive by the Zealandia last ing, as expected, but are on board the Alameda, which was to call at the Simoan Islands for them. There was a large crowd on the w...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 14 January 1886

Chlcaso Tribune. "The employment ot the olorks la the w tall stamp department ot tbo potofllco,n said una of thoin tbe other day, "Is generally regarded as exceedingly easy, indolent and mechanical, but It 1) oxa ctly the ro verve. In my opinion it i the toughest and most intellectual job under the root ot the building. The bare fact that they watt on eo many ctntonura shows it The work of one cleric in tbo money-order department Is regarded by some as tbe hardest placo, ho has to conduct 1,009 money transactions a day. B ut tbe retail stamp oloik deals iu dollar, cents and mills, has to do ell his ciphering In his head, like the 'lightning calculator1 on the street, and has from 8,000 to 4,000 ot thorn a day. That number may toem large to yon, but we often wait on as many as a doien people a minute, and will average from seven to ton a minute during the so van or eight hours that we are on duty." MISTAKES MADS. "What oro the chances for making "They are unrivaled. "Wo have coven ki...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 January 1886

?S- .. it- 'u A 0 S'i Daily Press. VOLUME I. til. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLA f " FRIDAY, JANUARY ;, 1886. NO. J16 I ALPINE CLIMBERS. JkafcBsioiml (Enrbj DusittCfis Gtivfoz. Jiti5int . -.. lOtarbc. Insurance jlotias. SWppiitff. hipping. HOPEFUL TOURISTS WHO REACH THE HIGHEST POINT IN EUROPE. Thrilling Account Glv'on tjr a Trovolor Dangers of the Trip now Aro Affected"-On the Mountain Top. t. HJomorest's Monthly. It costs from MO to (50 to make tba twoant of Mont'Blaua Each pertdn must hare ft guide and - porter to carry luggage, Thajurjgna; la limited to fqrtrv twri'rutfdsTfor each pbritfST'Oa tEsTsiteiv' noon of the first day the party ascends generally by the Pavilion ot the Pierre Pointus, a sorisiof Uugo polntod rooks, where tho first rest ii Ulcen, 'to the Graud Muleti, whore the night Is passed In two stone huts or cabanei, as they are called-Wo Bay the night; properly' only a portion ot the night, for the party Is roused by the guidos as early as 1 o'clock in the morning for the ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 January 1886

k i" k ii1 If ' I f T3CB Jhiili Honolulu JPras IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. Except SuiitWryH. . ' At the Officei'No.29 Mfirfchant St. ' ?-- - . TUltJtS 0' SUBSUUII'TIOX. Pet annum .. . . . $6.tt Six months , . 3.00 Three months 1.50 Per month) jocts . PostagaddUional. . r t , Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication In. the editorial columns should be addressed to Pxkss, Business communications and advertisements should bj addressed simply "Business Manager," , " HaIlV Honolulu Pkess, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands ' Advertisements, to ensure, prompt insertion, should be handed in. before 6 K U jS, , V - ,KtT$uthor To the Tiisfiectors of Election in th several .Districts of the .Kingdom : Inquiries having been matlc whether 'persons who arc exempt from the payment of .personal .taxes by reason of being clergVmen, teachers, pupils in High Schools, firemen, tc.a or by reason of being over the age of sixty years, or, ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 January 1886

1 it"- .VI.. Oft ,. ; i V '' k raa:: Will bo for ttloUally at the XMuoes: J. M. OAT, Jh. & Co Merchant street T.0.3IIKUM ...Fortstreet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel street Viva Onto per Copy LOCAL NEWS. The? Own were "drilling last evening on the streets. TheChinese stores are getting ready for Chinese New Year. ' Judge Bickerton took a holiday yesterday, there being a clean record at the Police' Court. The band gave another moonlight concert at Emma Square last evening, which was largely attended. Miss Genevieve Ward and Mr. W. H. Vernon left for San Francisco by the Zealandia yesterday morning. The steamer St. Paul sails for. San Francisco at noon to-day. The band will be in attendance at the wharf. The new steamcrMaratoa, with that funny steam whistle, is due here from San Francisco a week from to day. There will be a meeting, especially for the young people, to-night at 7:30 in the Fort-street church vestry. Mr. Cruzan will lead the meeting. All are invited. . ' Fire Company No. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 January 1886

P. j5 ir a Now York World.! To tbo casual on-looker tho distinctive fonture Of a ship-load of Immigrants at Gordon is tho itrlklng color of tho now-comers' dresi Tho women fairly rovol In shawls tied about their boads and Magenta gowns or drosses of a deep and Insistent yellow. Tho men are quite as pronounced In the color of their garments, and he is a poor immigrant indood who does not blossom out in a brilliant indigo shirt or a pair of gqoonbh trousers No twp sty leu of hood-covering are allko and tho contrast is as plcturosqua as the boldest French pa In tor over ventured to put into a Breton coast-fishing scone. Even the, babies' dresses, and there is always a large proportion of babies, are as bright as their mothers' costumes and quite as un-American. , It is this constant commingling of changing colors that makes thekaloldoscopia picture at Castle Garden different from any other in America. That and tho forms of tho women. Kowhoro else can one boo such triangular or pyramida...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 January 1886

hi; 1'VPKW' "Vjwwv w!;mjvTf!t fj ''""' "' ""T T "SV? 'n" "fVM ,7.w.J y ft V If" CVS A. i3X"( "t' T'TSP'" !i t& Daily x RESS 1 VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS; SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1886. NO. 117 BENJAMIN F. BUTLER. $Jvofc0BionaI Qfttrto. JJucincos Gtnvbs. gustos Garbs, insurance Notices. .tipping. Shipping. A CORRESPONDENT NOTES SOME OF THE GENERAL'S PECULIARITIES. IIU Stiutig 1'olnU of Individuality Vlovre "Which Generally llun Cuunter to tlio Communis Accepted Onus An Uuhoiolo Btlshui. New York Cor. Clilcago Journal No man more odd than Benjamin F. Bailor comas to town. Ho Is huiii now, As ho walks hi Broadway, or sits in tho tboiitre, or goes into court in the practtco of Ills profession, bo provides amusoment for all spectators. Not many of our notables are tbo equals of their caricatures But no portraiture of Butler in the most hoitllo of eotnio journals is an overdrawing of bis btrong points of Individuality. Tbo regard for liiin is a strango mixture of ridiculo and r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 January 1886

Jhiify Honolulu Jfras IS PUBLISHED EVEUY 'MORNING, Except SiindnyNt At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKHVS OF NOHSUHIVTIOS. Per annum . ?6oo bixmonths 300 Three months v 1.5a I'er month 59" PotnKe additional. t3t' Subterlptton I'ojiibte tit way In Ail- vance Drief comniuniouiona from all parts of the Kingdom wdl always (be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication tn the edUorlat columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu PrfM. Business communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Husiness Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be handed in before 6 r, M. $l JUithoritn. iBP To the Inspectors of Election in the several Districts of the Kingdom : Inquiries having been made whether persons who are exempt from the payment of personal taxes by reason of being clergymen, teachers, pupils in High Schools, firemen, etc., or by reason of being over the age of sixty jeirs, or whose taxe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 January 1886

t TV! $9&4&M1lfvWQyVt!lfilf VJiw V-V WW 1?1?- "Jr-" , t "VJflpMBi 'Vf, t y TfiiJ'.ftr'V -v t "sjr ffp'1 iv".- y " "A T ' v "T' 1 " DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1886. p i I - 4' A " u -A. v- THE Jmlij Ifmtolultt JPtw Will bo fo'i' Halo TDullv nt the XMuoos : h $!' SftT'. Jf: Co Merchant Mrcet I-. O, THRUM , Fort street CRV3 TAh SODA WORKS, 116tcl strccet Vive Cents per Copif. LOCAL NEWS. The King's Own were drilling last evening. People who are on the streets late at night see some very funny sights. -The steamer Alameda is due here a to-day, bringing the "Merry Makers." The Central Park skating rink and roller coaster will be opened to-night. A dividend of two dollars per share is payable to stockholders of the Wilder Steamship Company to-day. The steamer St. Paul sailed for San Francisco at noon yesterday. She took only one passenger, and a cargo valued at $49,169-72. There was a large and excited trowd of. native boys gathered around the "tent" last evening,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 January 1886

f; ff. Rt 4, iw? If s The Idea Caught from n a j rating Cuspidor Testing an Experimental Gun CAN tilt r6UND A FULL AS.OHTUKNT or t ffot Point Not To ' No. 42 Queen Street. Honolulu, II. I Bo Unrated. Fine nail Commorolnl Stationery.' Scientific American.) Lying Bnugly housed near the point of Baddy Hook, Is a fgroat gun, nearly thirty feet long. It has boon thore for soma time, and is an object of curiosity to nil who visit tho neighborhood. This gun was designed in part by Mr. Ooorgo Edgar, and Is Tils property. Many thousands of dollars lmvo boon spont upon Its construction and exhibition, but though a military commltteo reported favorably upon It, no steps were taken by the government toward the patents taken out by Its constructors. The claims made for the gun refer exclusively to tho breech, whloh is said to possesj no little novelty and merit. . Not long ago Mr. E Jgar visited Washing-ton on business connected with this gun. lis was accompanied by an American and dosigner of g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 January 1886

WPffcWGI?'? W,! (.WB1'y?w J . . -J - - --,, --a f J4WLA j. : 1 !( Daily jl RESS. ' i WdLUME I; ?Tfl ' 1 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1886. NO. n8 it 1 i tor ' VrV j ' r - . &' " ? & ' -' Sv r . V HOW KEROSENE IS' DISTILLED. The Usual FroooM of llofliilng Fetrolcnm Crude Illuiiiliintln: Oil "-ducts..' .Boston Budget "Notes and Queries." Petroleum consists of a great many different fluids, which range In volatility from the boiling point of other to nearly a red heat. Such boing the case, as toon as tho oil is heated at all, the most volatile products begin to come over, at first colorlss. as water, but very gradually assuming a yellow tinge until the most dense distillation coming over at tho last is quite dark brown In color, so that It all the distillate troro' allowed to run Into a tank together, It would not look very differently from tho original petroleum. In the ordinary process of refining petroleum the distillate Is dlvUol Into throi portions: Tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 January 1886

! f .J 1 iS fta Vh in h R rr; r. i-. 4 Iti 1 fa I THE Jtaify Honolulu $m IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOltNING, XSxoopt iiucltvyM. At the dffice. No. 29 Merchant St. TRIMS OF HUHSCMPTIO& Per annum. $600 Six months..... . ..... 3 00 Three monthn. . .TTT . . . 1 . . . .. T r;... . . . . . ta Per month , 50CM Postage additional. 1ST Subscription Payable always in Aft vance (BHef communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable Matter intended for publication in the edirorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu PrtRss, Buitness communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Huslness Manner," Daily Honolulu Pkks, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements to ensure prompt insertion, should be handed in before 6 r. m. $g dUtthorttt). 7 M fmfictots of Election in the several Districts of the Kingdom .' Inquiries having bctn made whether persons who are exempt from the payment of personal taxes by reason of being clergymen, teachers, pupi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 January 1886

TJHljEj JDmty !f otwhlit Tfvm. a for iho i'ltfoen : I. M. .QAT, Jk. 4 Co MertlmiU street get T. O. T Kurt street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS. .Hotel Five Cmilx per Capi). LOCAL MKWS. Workmen are at work on the new bathing house near the Marine Railway. The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class meets at seven o'clock this for evening. The Merry Makers did nut nrriveby the steamer Alameda on Saturday, as for expected. Madame Rita, the celebrated singer, and Mr. Radcliffc, the world-renowned flutist, were through passengers by the uf steamer Alameda. Some friends of the late Mr. Oakley will sh jrtly start a subscription list for are the purpose of erecting a monument in memory of the deceased. The new steamer Ivy Holmes ar-rived in in port last Saturday night, coming from Hilo, Hawaii. She is a -small steamer, rigged with two masts, and looks like a very seaworthy boat. The new brick building' belonging for to J. T. Waterhouse, on Queen street, is almost" completed. When finished it will be occupied b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 January 1886

I i u it 0 ...Wirtyi "fliyyjimvipiipii" my'Ufvuy yr- b,1,,1!, TT "j. vnr w "Jy' y" vv 'f Ui " 'f rypms 'Ayyj" J3K ' V 'Wiwfcj? V , ' jpr' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1886. LONG WORTH'S LUCK. ('Scmritl Jftbcrtiscmcnto. (Ecncritl bbcrttscments. (General bbcrtiscincnlB. (Scncral bcrttccmcnte. (General ;Rt)bciTtecmcnl&. - THE .. -CINCINNATI PECULIAR HISTORY MILLIONAIRE. OF THE AT THOMAS O. THRUM'S ilMesnej&ois, CASTLE & COOKE QEORGE LUCAS HOLLISTER & BREWUR'S 1II.OCK, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, The Man Who SInilo Cincinnati Tlio Peculiar rOKT.STRKET STOKE, Circumstance Which Sout CAN BR FOUND A FULL ASSORTMENT OK STEAM rLANINQ MILLS Jllm to tlio Future rorkoiioll Ills tutor Life No. 42 Queen Street. Honolulu, II. 1 Fino and' CommoroTnlX Stationery.' tKsplanaile, Honolulu. f'Hahton" In Hew York Tlmos. Coming over from Newark tlio othor day I mot a descendant ot tbo lato Nicholas Long-north, the man who mado Cincinnati. The young man told mo tho story of how tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 January 1886

i s 1 - r fS,TWC:?7!P,T5?P;r???' 1RJJ m HOI v ? Daily f i T - 'p 1 RESS r" VOLUME I. Si HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1886. NO. 119 A I'honomcinM llrotnor. Chicago Tribune. I suppo'o It it somothlng of a but I know a man bare who takes Lis sister to all the- flm nlojuU at tba tbeatro, and who actually gnve her a monopoly of . the opora eoaion. I was praising him anil Baying all sorts of things complimentary over his dutiful conduct. He Bald: "No. Thore's nothing wonderful or extraordinary about It. Bho b the only woman 1 know In whom I havo the most thorough conndenco. She Is always the same, al wnys pleasant and affectionate, and to toll you the candid truth, I am afraid she'll go and marry some of those imitation men around here and be unhappy all her life. Slio bas nobody ols9 to look to, and I'll take caro she ddes not havo to look to anybody else. I supposo some day a gonulne man will come along. If no's a gonulna man I won't object. Until ho does come, old b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 January 1886

f DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1886. r V r s . I f fi V i Q TEES 3f mnMn J?m$ IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, i XJxoopt SundnvH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TERMS Of HVJISVMPTIOS. Per annum........ ............ , J6 00 Six monthi . ..'. .... 3 00 Thrte months . 1.50 Per month .... .... . 50 en Postage additional. tOT Subiierlptton Vatable nlwayt in Ad- Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom Kill always be very acceptable.. Matter Intended for publication in the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Puis; Business communications and aaventsements should be addressed simply "Ruslness Manager." Daily" Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be handed In before A r. X. B irtlwritff. To the Inspectors of Election in the seveial Districts of the Kingdom : Inquiries having been made whether persons who are exempt from the payment of personal taes by reason of being clergymen, teache...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 January 1886

TKCE Will Ijo for Hhln fclttlut Hip lowlnu TliaeH : T - ?iriJft Co ? ' M"cl.Ant reel 1 G. IHRUM . ,. . tort street CRYSTAL, SODA WORKS Hotel Ht,et Vlvn Cent ,x r Co; LOCAL NEWS. Several horse-back parties were oil the sfrecls'last evening. The singing class meets in the Y. M. C. A. hall at half-past seven o'clock this evening. The Honolulu Rides hold their weekly drill this evening. Members are all requested to be present. A large shark! about thirteen feet long, was seen 'off the Pacific Mail wharf early yesterday morning. Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co. arc building a new brick store house on th- lot adjoining their store on Fort street. The next mail from the coast will be by the steamer Mararoa, which is due hire, en route for the Colonies, on Fri day next. The grocery firm of Hcnrv Davis & Co. changes to Davis and Wilder, by the admission of Mr J. K. Wilder to an interest therein.,. Another Fire Engine practice drill took place on Fort street last evening, with less damage to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 January 1886

it r p i f it fa i r . ?o J!f I J. 1 l& w I IP I WHAT BECOMES OF THE FRAGMENTS WHICH Romnn orTufliluiInble Banquets Glh. rod Up and Sold at a lingular 'Worklne the Ztestaunints . nod Kreo Lunch I'lace. (Now Tort Sun.1 There bad boon soma entertainments at n baudtohW JJbuiu oif Mftdlson avonuo tho for tho canopy still stretched from tho door to the curbstone. Tho hour was 2 a. m. A dilapidated wagon stood In front of tho house, drawn by on agod horse. Ajbolatcd reporter chance to.pas3 by and noticed 'two tnon hurrying from the cart, with' empty pans and pails, into tho basement of the house, and returning speedily with the same filled to tho brim. For a moment it looked llko n burglary, but the presence of a policeman on tho noarost corner was assurance to the contrary. Ono of the men paused as if torost for a moment, and tho reporter accosted him: "What's tho racket?" "The samo old thing. Preo lunches, cheap restaurants, and Eyetaliaus." "I don't quite catch on. What are you doi...

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