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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 January 1886

yiftVtWpi WHWr WMtfrt. WtttWjtf.tWtWrgW tf tm,jilv. Vi. AMMMJUWfctM4 jW4'ow9!A)iH'irf, .ttta, rti. 4flrt THiM.iM!B.ii. H'ShV W8 P-- t i-3 A r 55(tij - 0 lv JJAILY 'ur Press VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1886. NO. 120 AFTERWARDS. Elizabeth Stuart Pkelpi. There U no vacant chair. The loving moot A group unbroken smitten. Who knows how? One Btttoth silot only; In his usual seat Wo gave him onco that freedom. Why not now? Perhaps ho Is too weary, and need) rest; He needed It too often, nor could we Bestow. God gavo It, knowing how to do so best Which ot us would disturb him? Lot Mm bo. There Is no vacant chair. If ho will talto The mood to listen mutely, bo it done. By his least mood wo erosiod, for which tho heart must ache, Plead not nor questlonl Let him have this one. Death is n mood of life. It is no whim By which life's Giver mocks a broken bonrt. Death is life's reticence. Still audible to Him , , The hushed voice, happy, speakoth on, apart There is...

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. — 20 January 1886

in. r I". E 1 m r it v VS : !!' J)iiiJtj Honolulu $ra$ IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOJlNdNG', Except SuudnvH. At the Office, No. Bg Merchant St. JL- Tint. 11s of HVifiditirriox. Per annum... $6.co Six months..... j... 3.00 Thrft jnonthsA f.f 1.50 PerWonth WX' 1.. . .50cm Postage additional. X3T Subscription VnjinUlr nlirayn in .1(1- Ilrief communications From all p vrt of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended Tor publication in the editorial colomnvhouldladdreedto ,, - , v jii DA,ji'dy0i.t(LyjP r , BuMness communications ana auvcrtisements should be addressed simply "BuilneU MandRer," Uailv Honolulu Pskw, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, lo.eWirelfrompt.imertion, should be handed in before 6 K fur A -.. To the Inspectors of Election in the several Districts of the Kingilom; Inquiries having been made whether persons who MM I V ' nre exempt from the payment of personal .faxes by reason. of,belng clergymen, 'teachers, pupils' in High Schools, firemen1, 'etc., o...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 January 1886

P- -: ; -i ,: tou p. 1. u rfT n - 11 k ami A , Hit&ii , THE JhliltJ !f Mtolulu tf0$$ Will bo for bivI lit lift 1- kVihoob : v" I, M. OAT, Jr. & Co .Merclmu trcLi T. 0 THRUM I oil urtct CRYSTAL SODA WORKS .. .Hold uceet Centa per Cop) LOCAL. NEWS. A heavy' rain"showcr "fell last' The regular Wednesday evening services will be held in the different churches this evening. Inspector General pro tern, of the Government for Hawaiyby the steamer Kiriau'yesterday afternoon. The celebration of High Mass at the Catholic Church at ten o'clock yesterday morning, was largely attended, and was an imposing ceremony throughout Indepepdent (?) candidate1 J. M. Poepoe succeeds) Jph'n Sielden lately " knocked out " by factotum 'Hansel-den as editor, with a big E, of the Elele. No remarks. The new Chinese club house on King street, is now receiving the finish? ing touches. It will be opened with a grand Chinese feast and reception, on the third of next month. ""-' Dr. Henri McGrew has tendered ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 January 1886

i1 ;., ) 3 t i 1 ri K ?i$iiiiiw jlnnner Hint Ilergti. Bill's" New ork Letter. A trustworthy gnugo of prosperity Is the road op, Vjhlclt Now orkcrs drive fast horsev Tbero tiro men who appear and disappear thoro coincidental with their ups auil downs lu fiuanco. The gODeral revlv .1 of business Is hero Indicated curiously. ,, JAb n, suro place, toq, to see interesting persons, llonner IS now a roadster nearly every afternoon, and he is going to return Maud & to this service I was present tho other day when Bonner fell lu with Uorgh, whrso road dlvorslon consists in driving a big, sound, lazy horso, harnessed lu leather, softened hero aud tbero by soft pads, bitted with wood instead of iron, urged to no swifter paco than, his own fancy dictates, and blanketed inslanily. on stopping, with seeming to tho exact state of tho Bcrgh Is a merciful mini who is merciful to his beast, and wishes to compel everybody else to bo the same. "U,tho'wny?, friend Uorgh, ' said Bon ner, jocosely, "l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 21 January 1886

.lir.i. ,,, -In, f.,in iwtfli i.t'.Hiiili ..n i. l' fain i tinwitf i ,nim,r, i y tfe - fcfTU ; ' t"l 1 RESS. rf 1 I VOLUME I,- HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2j, 1886. NO. 121. f K I' John ltuUIn' Childhood. Ruskln's Prectorlta. And for tho bent and truest beginning of all blosslnjs I bad ' been taught tho perfect meaning of penoa In thought, act, and rrord. I never had hoard my father's or mother's rotce onco lalsed In tiny question vrlth each other, nor soon an angry or oven lightly hurt or offended glanco in the eyes of either. I had never heard a servant scolded, nor evon suddenly, passionately, or in any severe manner blamed. I had never teu a moment's trouble in any household matter, nor anything whatever either doaa in a hurry or undone in due time. Next to this quite priceless gift ot peace I had received the perfect understanding of the nature of obedience and faith. I obeyed the word Or lifted flngir of father or mother simply as a ship her helm; not only wi...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 21 January 1886

yzKv 7 JTVS" ii- A ! DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1886. iwaMMMfcrt IT 14. I' t V 5 THE IS PUBLISHED . . eveby MmNrNa; At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. Of tWHSUUll'TIOX. flCll.VS, bixmonths.. . .r . .... 300 Threimonlhi . ,. t.Jo I'ermonth. .. hma iImh . Postage additional. X3T Hubnerlptloim I'ninVIe 7tri; In Advance . , 1 tfricf. WnJrannfcitlo'iiJ from all ' parts of the Kingdoni will Mwifs b yAv .deniable. J l. ' f , u 1 Matter Intended for publication In tlic editorial column! sKouU be addressed (0 Euitox Daily Honolulu Pbss Utilities! communication! and auvenuements should be addreued simply Business Manager," Afi.vATlONQi.ini Press, , ,1 Mt Honolulu. 'I!.iai& Islands. Advertisements, 10 ensure prompt Insertion, thoutd te handed In i 2 JtuUtocits. Ta the Inspector! of Election in the several Districts of the Kiilgtfem : Inquiries having been made whether persons who are exempt from tbe payment of personal taxes by reason of, being clergymen, teachers, pupils ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 21 January 1886

v 1 1 f. Ph f ;i v d V fjq f "5 ., AMlUMKk ,.. THE Jtmfy !f miiAilu $Vm Will bo for Halo .&' pnilv a$, Vol- ,..! 1CJW11 PlnociH : J. M. OAT, l. & Co Mcrclnnt meet T. 0 THRUM I'otl vreet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet JHve Vents per Oopt. XOCAL NEWS. P Onomea Mill, Hawaii, starls t on Monday next. The tent meetings are drawing fair audiences every evening. The King's Own were drilling at the battery near Kakaako, last evening. A temperance poem' has been re ceived from a friend and will be pub- lished in a few days. The new Police station is fast near-mg completion. The plasterers are now at work on the inside of the building. No news, has bt ,yet been1 heard of the piissirgischoton,er jDomitila. It is generally supposed that she has capsized and gone to the bottom. Jim Sherwood says, he intends to stop driving the Waikiki bus if passengers don't let upon politics. "Don't do it Jim, just charge 'em double fare." The subject,ofthe,.tent meeting tonight will be "The Judgement...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 21 January 1886

f iwi j j w i t I r H THE BATTLE OF MONTEREY. The Aasatilt Upon tho Cnpltal of Now H Loon, nnd jTufboJiture r J X l""" WCOM.J . ' ( ibsu, uon. anyior una crostroa'iiio Rlo.Urando rind taltcirf O3soloh of tho city oT ?ftta moras. There .bo. romnlrnd until Scptouib6?J'whBn, t jiaVfnsf main division ot tho army, uridor Gon. Wprtlij ranrchod townnl Moiitoroy. That city, tho capital ot Now Loatf, was a strongly fortlflod place, nnd thou dofondod by Gen. Ampudla with about 0 000 Maxican troops. Tho city hod boon very thoroughly in oxpoctation of an attack, from tho Americans, both without and within. Strong forts with cannon commanded tho roads loading into the town, and on tho flat roofs of the houses wero parapoU ot sand bags to protect the soldiery. Tho first assault win inado by the Americans Sept. 21, on the eastern side ot tho city, whore, after a teriible struggle, In which many Americans wore killed, the troops under Uou. Quitman captured one of tho forts and turned its guns again...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 January 1886

!N ?" y Y?7 t"r7 tjv i i yjt wi'.'imtwptwiiiinj1 H I'litlM or Mrt"'1"" ('" - i;1 i - 'iii yi. H'frft'' nin serai' K ylii.( ;4r HESS, '.' va VOLUME J Ui I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1886. NO. 122. LIBERIA'S COLORED COLONISTa A Vlow of Their rrospecU Kdunntlon and Govornmont. Cor. Cincinnati Times-Star. "There Is just ai great an anxiety among the colored pooplo to go to Liberia as there over was," said Mr. Copplngor, the secretary of the African Colonization society and the Llberlan consul to the United States, as he sat Jn his rooms talking to a "How many pooplo has Liberia now, Mr. Copplngor" "That it pretty hard to onswor, for tho boundaries of Liberia are hot well deflnod in tho interior. It stretches along tho coast some 000 mlloi and far back Into tho interior, and includes in its territory a good many of the native tribes there." "How do these natives conduct themselves towards tho Llborians and their habits of civillzationF "In a manner highly satisfacto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 January 1886

Q 4 THE Imfy )mroMit $Vm IS PUDLISHED EVERY M(XRNI,NG, Exoopt Snnlity. , V v.. . At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. TERMS UF sOjlSIJIttl'TIO.V. .JI' Per annum,. ,,.,...., ,,.,..,..,.,,,.,,, $no Six months ,...... 3 to Three months. ,5 Fermooth jocts Postage additional. tST Siib.icrlptlo$ Payable attonyi in '"I'lJ'tn. ! ' 1 1 Uriel communications from all parts or the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication in the editorial columns snouia oe aaaressea to Editor Daily Honolulu Press. Business communications nd advertisements should be addressed simply Business Manager. Daily Honolulu Pkess, tJUbwiUV j. Islands, Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be handed in betorc & r, M. B JLttthocHB. To' the Inspectors of Election in the several Districts of the Kingdom : Inquiries having been made whether persons whe are exempt from the payment of personal taxes bj reason of being clergymen, teachers, pupils in High Schools, firemen, etc., or by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 January 1886

U it . 'S i f i'j i TUB Ihtiltj Honolulu Jr$$ Will bo -for sale TJaily nt tho f lowing 11ivoob : J. M. OAT, Tk. b Co Merchant street V.O. THRUM . . Kort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS ..Hotel ttreeet Five Cent per Copi. &OOAI HEWS. f f "DrTRMcKibbin, who was thrown fiom his buggy a few days ago, is progressing favorably. A walking match is being arranged to take place at the Central Park skating rink, to-morrow night. The 1 2th day of next month is the 1 2th anniversary of the accession of His Majesty to the throne. The Hawaiian brig Allie Rowe Is expected to arrive here fiom Hongkong about the last jart of this month. A mail will be sent to San Francisco ,by the brigantiqc V. G. Irwin, which will probably sail some time next week. The steamers Mararoa and W. G. Hall are due here to day, the former en route to the Colonies. Look out for that funny whistle. It is reported that the King will go to Hawaii by the steamer W. G. Hall next Tuesday. He will probably remain away until after t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 January 1886

Urfprwpw" nnwrffif, ffW'q'l''iy'''W1 III OAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1886. ' S If l 1-1 F I LORD GORDON-GORDON. A, otletasm IYI10 Doped America' Sharp 7 T f est lUllroad King. Vf WjJa. Ooffu tin New' York World-l j Do 70m rsmotntMr Lord Gordon-Gordon, Mir otjtbe noble house ot Scotland, cotiiln of 'the Campbell, and descendant of "bold lochlnvarr He was a low-bred knnvo. In Scotland he had been often "wuntod" by tho eherlff, but h6 Onally stolo (100,000 worth of diamonds In Edinburgh, and six months later, inl8Ci),made his appearance In S&Faul, Minn., as Lord Gordon-Gordon. He had $40,-000 In tho local bank. lie prosontod forged lettors of Introduction to a few, and became the Hon ot tho town. He won tlio entire of John 8. Loouils, land of the Northern Pacific railroad, and entered Into contracts to buy BoVornl million acres of the company's land. He would go and pick It out, ho said. Loomls organized a gorgeous excursion for Milud, something like the excursion tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 January 1886

I ll If K vy t Daily CHARACTER IN WRITING. Contradiction of tho Theory Tlmt Fon lnniuhlp l tho Key to Traits of Mind. III. Van Santvoord In Tho Currant. Ono who studioi tho pocullnrltlos of handwriting will roadlly dlssont from tho theory that charaotor Is roveolod In a man'ii hand. In tho scrawl of tho avorago penman tho rharaotor of tho wrltor Is at hopelessly disguised as tho Identity of tho man In tho Iron mask. When nro wo to hear tho last of tho quackery of tho chlromancists who make tho human hand tho oraclo of tliolr Cngllostrlan wisdom, and a man's hand-writing tho toxt of his moral charaotor and key to his pootillar bent of mind! Is porbaru the h.' -host living authority ou this branch of human folly. Ho succeeds In making tyn books so roadablo" that thoro is some ozcuso for examining his data. Amid tho mass of rubbish with' which Desbarollos' "Mystorles of tho Hand" Is padded out, tho author oxposos his singular weakness and faity In tho judgment of whioh he relloves hlms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 January 1886

mfwmm P5WV7!M10V'flpliiiw ' "1. vSnfSF qv fi? ri' ' " DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1886. VS. 1 1 u t ft I I I i j 1 r ( I's ,..i a 5r t IP' V K i i l)! fi' 1.1 If i 'fe A j TUB IS PUBLISHED ? EVERY MOA, Except SuudiivH. t At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TBB3lS(dESOJ)SOJUVTIl.'. Per unnufiiTT! $6,00 Six month!.., 300 Three months ..,.., v..i . 1.50 Per month ........... .JO CIS Postnge additional. W Siibicrlpllotm l'atabte always In ftOjji.jO J ,' ' ' Brief communlcduciii from Ml pAtti of the Kingdom will always be Very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication in the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Pmiss, Business communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure 'prompt insertion, should be handed in before 6 I. M 12 gitrthoritB. To the Inspectors of Election in the several Districts of the Kingdom .' Inquiries having been made...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 January 1886

. DO- &. UW' Stf tt if V' ;7 I K . w K'. v ' '"'rrt fi " v ty'' r Jhutu !wtoWtt 3?iw !' it Will bo for hu1 tHUly at tho IowIuk jEltioort : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street 1'. O. THRUM Port street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS.. Hotel rcect five Cent per Copy, , LOCAL NEWS. "1 In the Police Court yesterday, Geo. A. Fellows was committed to the Insane Asylum. The Y. M. C. A. Gospel service will be held in the Bethel Union vestry at half-past seven o'clock this evening led by the General Secretary. At the Yosemite Skating rink next Friday evening, there will be a grand sheet and pillow-case party on skates. This will be something new to the Honolulu public. The steamer C. R. Bishop went to Waianae yesterday morning, returning last evening , with H. R. H. Princess Likelike and her daughter, Princess Kaiu'lani, as passengers. The late heavy seas at Waikiki have done much damage to the Waikiki premises of Mr. C. Afong, which will necessitate the building of a substantial breakwater along...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 January 1886

HENRY CLAY'S SUPERIOR FACULTY Of ltsmembnrliijc Names nml Fncoj ITim lie ilocognltoil n llnrkooper. Boa: Perloy Pooro.J Honry Clay ' posuoasod tUo wonderful faculty, o valuable to a politician, of remembering namos and faces, Many anecdotes nro told Illustrating thl, and also his exquisite tact On ono occasion, it is narrated, when be was: at the height of his fame, Mr. Clay woe on n triumphant journey down the Ohio rlvor, and was to stop at- a certain town for an hour or two to enable tho pooplo to shake hands with htm. For days before ho arrived, Grljgsby, a cltlzin, bad talked about bis baring known Mr. Clay at a time when the latter boarded at the Loxlogton hotel, In whloh Griggsby was barkeeper. Griggsby did not toll tho pooplo that ono night, when Clay had played cards in tho hotel till he had lost his money and his luck, he had borrowed $30 from Grlggiby nt the latter's suggestion, which had straightway followed his own money Into bis opponent's pockets. Ho had promised Grigg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 January 1886

V TO'5"7fj?WVWV;,lW w '" W",l',''flRr H"JS "iw "V "Y "mI'.jmvi i r77,r v . m,t A iTyr WkV Daily Jr HESS. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1886. NO. 124. ciunese currency: ii'ofcsBioiml Qtixvbs. Duj&mcsjs ataxias. $UBittt0s (Eitrofif. Insurance otkes. glupping. rfltipping. THE EARLIEST EXPRESSION OF MONEY IN A PERMANENT FORM. Clay Money Used Over Two Thousand Years lloforo Christ Whim Inpor Curronoy Wan First Issued "Chopped" Trndq Dollars. INew York Times Book Rovlew. Mr. Del Mar, former director o the bureau of stntNtloi'or tba Uultod States, lri hlfj "History of Money," says that tho oarllest oxprossion of monoy In a permanent form Li Bupposod to have been duo to n Chinese princo of 2110 B. a, who tookoarth united with gluo and stampod it This method of manufacture does not beem n rational one, or some of tho details have escapad us. The glue might haVa beon a llux, and through heat the clay might have been converted intJ soma low, coarse grade of pott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 January 1886

,, I HK. M ;-.l & i fr 4. p : M ? TI3CB J)mfy !f xmMuiu JVm IS PUBLISHED EVETIY MOltN.lNG, Excopt SitiKltiyn. At the Office, No.2g Merchant(St. ri:h.its of summtiPTiox. Ftr annum , . . , .$6 oo Mx months . , 3 00 1 nrce montns. . , . . . . . t , , . . 1. 50 Tcrmonth 50CIS rottage Additional. 3T Sitbtorlptlnn l'tiyoble nlteay in Advance ' . nt communication! from all parti of the Kingdom will ahvavt be verv accentable. 1 Matter Intended Tor publication In the editorial iumm snouia ue nauressea to ' Editor Daily Honolulu Pr.ss. BuiinMi communication! and advertisement! should be addressed simply "Business Manager," ' 1 Daily1 HpNoidni Puiis, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, Io ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed In before (1 t. M. $B uthorita. 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, pupIU in High Schoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 January 1886

"4. Si, I, mTwn"yTpwW'T iv i - -y 'ti mJI" Will TUB 3Pailij Ifymluln J?rm I. M.OAl', Tit. feCo T. O. 1IIKUM CRYSTAL bODA WORKS . J' 1'lvr Vrnti iar Copy, LOCAL NEWS. Meiclnlit Mreet Tort street . .Hotel Rireeet The Mamma has not been telephoned tip to the time we go to press. The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class meets at half-past seven o'clock this evening. Gov. P. P. Knnoa of Kauai, in town by the steamer Planter day morning. arrived The Uritish bark Mount Lebanon is thirty days overdue. Great anxiety is felt for her safety. Nuuanu stieet, between Merchant and Queen, is a favorite electioneering place among the native candidates. Mr.'D. P. Smith, propiictor of the Central Park skating rink, and also the Hilo link, anived by the Kinau yesterday. A religious meeting was held on the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co. 'a whaif yesterd.ty afternoon, under the auspices of the W. C.T. U. By the brig Alhe Rowe we learn of the arrival at Hmig Kong of the barks Lady H.irewood and Alden Bessie,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 January 1886

IA I" m 13, m ir MW SOUTH WALES. SOCUL.LIFE AND PUEASUflE IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC. Flontc and Excursion! Love of ern Literature and Sport Iloatlnff, ' Crlcltet nnd llnclnc Mol- bonrno "Cop Day," Sydney Cor, San Francisco Chronicle. Sydney U tho 4iotbod of picnics. Most of tho holidays nro spont In this tray. All along tbo harbor thore are public plontoking grounds, with and swing. Their namo are legion, orory availabla spot being taken up; some, Indeed, especially Athol gardens, being scarcely available. Aplcnlo thore mut keep the picnicker upon the tenterhooks of suspense at luncheon lest cloth nnd food and glass should go gliding Into tho water, so very upright Is the incltno. Aud then there b Clontarf, which Is a natural lawn surrounded by shrubbery and fringed with a tniinlo beach, shells and all, on which tiny mock waves ripple and sing. Mauly beaoh Is also a f arorita spat; and then there are aud Pearl bay, Long bay, etc. Every steamer hangs out Its de Jtiuatlon on holidays paint...

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