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

wr " ""WfWW'' - Daily Press VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1886. NO. 130. MEMOUIAIj DAY AT J.UNAI.ILO HOME. On this, the natal day of him Who reared this sheltering fold A proof he loved his fellow man And cherished those grown old I humbly lend my feeble aid To keep his memory green, And'hdpi that he is with the blest '"" Who serve1 the Great Unseen. I would my thoughts could take word-life, ' And gio full meed of praise, To one whom I am proud to call A Iriend of by-gone days; Hut words would fail me did I try, So I must feel content To rest my unpoetic verse Upon its good intent. ! God loves tie maniwho loves his kind, And,lendra helpinghand To draw a brother from the flood, And place him on the land; And he who works God'? will on earth In heaven reward will reap, , And angels will give place to, him When he hath slept his sleep, King Lunalilo's name stands high. 'Mid loved names of the past, Of those who left good works on earth, ' , Grand monuments t...

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 February 1886

?( ri It"- ft "" w r t. r K i& b" 1 i".1- fir j" Tf3WT3EwJ?f rwiTWlT'&WWfWiW 'WWFTW' mwpwf$w$mwwq$$$ THE Jlmfy !lf mtululu J?rm IS PUBLISHED EVERY M0RN1 NG At the Office, No.ag tvlerchutit St. TKfl.S' Si'lllOHII'TWS. Per annum .$6.00 Six month . 3.00 Three mown , . 1.50 Per month "..... , ;'":' ' wets rovMRuauuittonai. its Subwrtptlou I'aiable ntwajjn in Ail- rnticii. 1 , - Brief communication from all nans of the Kingdom will nlw.iy be vcrv . Matter Intended for publication in the editoiial olumn should be addrestcd to IHuitor Daily HonoU'IU Parts. BujlnHs communication nnd njvenuementi jliould b addressed simply "BminaiJ Manager," Daiu HONOLULU PltfcS, Honolulu, Hawaiian Ulandi. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should b ' handed in before 6 I M. MONDAY FEB. i. 1-386. Tho " Imloponilont Opposition " Tic-cot for OAtlU. Honolulu...."!. O. Carter, H. Waterliotise. ," t ....It. Svvinton,' Kapolena.; Ewa and Waianae, '. , . . A. Kuuhi. Waialua V. E. Uowell. Koolauloa ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 February 1886

;' t. y- . "vk:vw T T fix i i v7M(jr -V spl'rwT .Tf"" rr WfTC'cwv t)Bv"" t"" '".y -v,n(i; t jtrf ,"fiii nyrvi ipvv "w "7r i wt"TW f "ir WT,w?W"9'FTW DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1886. THE 3Pili oirolulu yvm. Will bo for Hil 13 illynt th Kol- :K J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co tirtt T.O.'IHRUM . ..lull 'lirel CRYSTAL SODA WORM Hotel ,! reed ( tf" a 4 HfciS - To the InsptctonSof, Election in the icveial District t of the King lorn: ' Inquiries having been rnaJe whether yi'rsoin who are exempt from the of pergonal taxes l.v tuwo of being clergymen, teichers, pupils In Hiffh Schools, firemen, etc., or byieavinof King over the age of nixty eari, or who taxes have been excused by th? Assessor on account of Infirmity or povert, arc allowed h to vote at the election for Representatives. It Is my opinion that all such persons are entitled to vote. The Tax Collector should issue to each such persona tax receipt with the words "Qualified to a Vote" upon it, whU.li he must sign, and in pla...

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

I SnflllHJ Honolulu, H, I, - ' m Woutd call attention to their Large and ' ' varied Stock of agricultural' implement's! Consisting of the unrivalled Paris Steel Breaking- JPlotv, The Molinc Steel Breakers, and Furrowing Plow, Mo-line Steel Plows-all Jr., ? vators, Dirt Scrapers, ' ' Johu Dooi'o'a Qaitu Plows, 1 ' ' .i.i Planters' Hoes of the best makes.' I !(-,' 1 f DISSTONS' CELEBRATED CANE , KNIVES ! . ,; 1 ilft.y M r (made to order.'Ames Shovels' n'nd , Spades, ''Garden Hoes. Canal -'Barrows, Ox Bows, Yokes, Cliains, Fence ' Chains,1. - ' Sugar Mill Requirements. .!:..; :l.fh . I-.1 .t(..'.' jjfl ' .11 ( . SUGAR BAGS," SUGAR KEGS, Cnmborland 1 Conl. 1 .. (t , i 1. " Sperm Oil, Cylinder, Lara ' and Kerosene Oil, Perfect . i ' LulricatorS,';Pluinbago,lAU.j t , ' ' , ' , " l'bahJ'(Grease,Uistnn'and t.t f iSandlJ.iFileSallsires'rindj; ti l kihds?Steanilatkingf, Flat 1 " and Round India Rubber, Asbestos and Soap Stone, Flax Packing, India Rubber Hose, to a inch, Pipe u andt Couplings,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 February 1886

K i I?. -.A &r Daily '. ?, 2' KRESS VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1886. NO. I3i. (Scumml Jtfibcrtteancnto. JJuofcsstomtl (Invite. htinc00 !Eatb0. glusittcss (ftniite. Bwuraitcc Notices. .Shipping. Shipping. MADAME E. GASCOYNE ' rASIIIONAliLF. DJIKSS AlfD CLOAK MAKKK, Has removed to No. its Kirta St. i Door prom Alakfa St., (Store formerly occupied by the Ixmvre of Brussels), where he will be pleased to reteie her friends and patrons JWT ETROPOLITAN MARKET. KING STREET, C. J. WALLER. Proprietor ChoiooBt Moats from Finest Hortln. Families and shipping supplied on short notice and at Lowest Market Prices. All meats delivered from this market are thoroughly chilled immediately after killing by mians of a lie 1 1 Coleman Patent Drv Air Refrigerator. Meat so treated retainsU its juicy properties, and is (juuranteed to keep IonKerafter delivery than freshlykilled meat' 259-20: Pantheon Stables, Corner Fort and Hotel Streets, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stabl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 February 1886

' t 'I lit w ? I1 i,f" H- R i " r, m 1 THE J)mty If oitalulu JVsss IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MORNING lOxcupt Suiiiityn. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tbrus o' mmsaiin;Tiox. Per annum .$6 oo SIt months ..... ,...... 300 Three months 1.50 Permonth socls Postage additional. 91135" STibicrtptlonn I'njable atu'iiys in Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication in the editorial olumus should be addressed to ICoItoh Daily Honolulu I'rbis, 3uiness rommufitcationft and aavertisementt should be addressed simply "tlusiness Manager," SDaily Honolulu Pkss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should b' handed in before 6 V. M. TUESDAY FEB. 2, 1886. Tlio "indoriomTont Opposition " Tioliot for 1886- Oahu. Honolulu.... J. O. Cnrter, H. Waterhouse. '' .H, Swinton, Knpolena. Ewn and Waianae. A. Kuuhl. Waialua V. E. Rowell. Koolauloa "Cecil Llrowm Koolaupoko ."Frank1 Brown. Maui. Lahaina J. V. Kal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 February 1886

naf'il'"iyfmViiv., W ' VSt.k f fa ?4? w ! r &?' E I W, t i w ,1 ''M "(' rfi"v 'rnr f - f . .'j,v' i DAILY H0N6LULU PRESS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1886. IHiWH " - f 4 Will lo for naln IrAllvut lilt lowlntt lJiHot : J. M. OAT, Jk. it Co Merchant street r. O. THRUM . . Prill ttrt CRYSTAL SODA WORK Hotel ,.tret Vlvn CciiIk )mr Co;;, r;if3rttihodtB. NCbS 71 M Inspectors of Election in the several Districts of the Kittgiiotn : Inquiries having been made whether person who are exempt from the payment of personal taxe by reason of being clergymen, teacher, pupil in High Schools, firemen, etc., or by reason of being over the age of (Sixty (years, ornvho taxei have been excused by the Aitessor on account of infirmity or poverty, are allowed by law to vote at the election for Represents tlvis. It is my opinion that all such persons nre entitled to vote. The Tax Collector should insue to eacli such pMftou, tax receipt with the words "Qualified to Vote" Upon h, which he must sign and in place o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 February 1886

r( ii mi I 1 f Uitii'1iMli'iywiiM'''"l''yt''tv' T'J'.ffff,!! 1 5. J DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1886. General 3lbb"crttscf.fcttts. pnm 1 mmYim9jK (Kcitcrnl (Scncml JibbcvtiscmcjttB. cncml rJlbbci'ttfitmcntjB. cncml c1ll)l)cmocmcnt6. ATTENTION?! Our store is full of Seasonable and Acceptable Gifts, such as a full line of BOYS' SOUS, SHIRTS, HATS, CAPS, Hosiery, Handkerchief Boxes, Fancy Ornaments, Lace Wear, Table Mats, Splashers, r Slipper Patterns, Toilet Sets, Come in and Look CHAS. 97 tf That the undersigned has this supply ol Men's & Soy's Custom Made Clothing. Shrunk. Well and carefully ma"de; easy) fitting, Jstylisli t ' cut and most important, "VIEIIE&rZ" LOW IILST IFIE&IECIEl Every garment warranted as represented. Also, just opening this day, the finest, neatest, most' stylish, nobby, well made, flexible STB A "W Ever imported here PIBST SERVED. m. iwoIieur ivsr. )wQli l m HAS JUST TSerw 3rooI per 'Iaivipofsa;,9 IMreet from ISiigrlaxul 9 ' . COMPR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 February 1886

rpi"irjmi w fj -1 V TJ '" " h 4 v AWXm'TTA 0 t A. Pres SL- ri" , r s ft. fc 4 CJl if1 kl 4 I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1886. ' NO. 132. t I ANCESTRAL BLOOD. Jkofcsstoitjtl (Slurbs. JJiUiincBfl hxiia. usincsfl nris. insurance Notices. Shipping., lapping. ! M ; y- w 1 1 V' I. THE DISTINCT FORCES OF CIVILIZATION IN THE SOUTH. The Carallon In tho Old Cotton Btntos Lord Ilnltliiioro's Cutliollo Colony Prominent Characteristics or u Southorn Chivalry. tOor. Detroit Free Pres-i. Setting asido tho black race for tho present tliero aro four distinct forces of civilization In tho south to day which can easily bo traced to tho strains of ancestral blood, coloring each Its strip of tho outlro wob of southern society. Uno Is dominant in ono part of tho south, another in another. The most difficult to analyzo Is the mongrel blood of Toxas, which makes it ilko tho early"northwost, only in exaggerated form tho Now England blood straluod through the adventurous west mixed w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 February 1886

Pf C t t r r t:e33E3 J)mlij Honolulu JVm IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MQRNING Except .un.clnyH. At the Office, NoWMcrcH&it St r rffJWM SUJISCKII'TIOX, Pirannurtu , . .J5.09 Fix months.. ... 3 Three mmh... '!" Per month.,,.,. i Sacll Pditaise additional. OT SubtarlpitoH Payable atteay In Brief communications from all parti of the Kingdom Will alwayi bt very acceptable. Matter intrnded for publication In the editorial alj.no ihould be addreued to 'Eottnit D.uCv Honolulu Pais, Badntu ootniirjnicationi and aaveruiemtnu' should be adJrnied limply "Business Manager," 'DAH.V Honolulu PmtsJ, Honolulu, Hawaiian Island!. . Advertisements, to ensur prompt Insertion, should; ii handed in before f T. M, WEDNESDAY ..... .FEB; 3? 486.1 Tho "Independent 'Opposition " Tiolrot; for 1880. Oaiuj. Honolulu.... J. O. Carter, H. Waterhouse. " , II. Swinton, Kapolena. Ewaand Waianac 1 A. Kuuhl. Waialua W. E. Kowell. Kootauloa 'Cecil IJrown. Koolaupoko "Frank Brown. Maui. Lahaina "J. VV. Kalua,, Jas.. Campbell. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 February 1886

$.?yf ,- a j 1?V t2 (1, V w . &v, 1; e - (i i 4r K fc IV .. ?fl u rTO"1 2 "SJW - "y ", sipr iTvT'' ,r rrf',)if )f ?OT''rV'aWIW'' 'ST?o'""'" rnMWrk1 fryiy DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, l886.. " V"wiiriir JHMMWMJI UMUUMKWr'lMrcii a -i jf tttflfrflMMI ! JIyW, - TUB'- $ 1MU JW if fAilnn.illv'li.fHlw. iri Will be fo 'lowfnftPl Uff ,!- lioos ! . Mr OAT, Jr. &Co. Mercli ml street i. e. i iiKuni . ,. tort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel strecct Vivo Our 7o;), 38fii&utlu)rite. tttrm ,- . , p f 1 To the tnspehoit fof Etettxon in the several Districts the Kittbm : Inquiries having been ptade whether person who ftre exempt from the payment of personal taxes by reifiou of being clergymen, teachers, pupils In Uiph Schools, firemen, etc., or by reason of being over the age of, sixty yeirs, or whose taxe hle been excused by the Assessor oil account of innrmit) or povert, are allowed blaw to vote at the election for Representatives. It Is my opinion that all such persons a...

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

L! ' L , I s-.---! mtikiaulimmaimMi.x:UM t .tJjM.iii,1 '" .-y, w T"v-' 4- Ffi.vp! SSS!vS!T!v .rfv ciKnvvvttwpipfN t "jr,' twrwArafl1 wwfflpw ' ' T JfNWWt DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1886. Christina Nllooo'a Ktly Uti. (Chicago Times. Whenever Nilsson goes to Stockholm tho king accords to her tbo honor usually rcsarvod for queens. Bba Is her majesty, tho queen of tho lyric stage. and to received openly In court. When sho Is Invited to dine at tbo palaco a royal car rktgo Is sent to fetch hor. In writing to her Oscar signs lilmsolf "Your sincere admirer and friend," and his subjects bio not less enthusiastic. Tho journals are full of tracings of hor glorious caroer to Its origin. Bho Is tho daughter, as told, of very poor parents, natlvofl of tho province of OottlanJ. Thor woro Jack-of-all-trades and very musical Christine bad at a very early ago to do forhcreelf.and was patronized by tho owner of a ferry, who took country folks across ono of tho many lakes about tho t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 February 1886

, lf s . now 'the Eyebrow Are Arched, the Bloom or Youth Glvon to the Clioelu nuil the lluujr Stroko to tlio Lip?, "Undo Dill's" Now York Lotter.l Eleven young womon stood In a row. There ought to havo boan. an ovon dozen, but something wns tho miittor with the mlssirig twelfth. Thh was bohlnd tho scenes onastago dorotad to a well-known entertainment. Tho olovon wore o chorui. Thoy were unclad In a manner usual to dramatic shamolottnoss. But It It about their faco3 that I am going; to write. Their features areragod pretty. Tho popular conoeit that ugliness In private life can by theatrical devices bo turned Into beauty for the footlights to shine on is a fallacy. There are some smooth, shapely with regular face, who can paint on a coat of youthfulnou, but that is exceptional, the general rule being that visages are at a disadvantage under a glare that discloses and magnifies evory peculiarity. Tho cloven were not employed on account of talont, for thoy wore llttlo more than figurant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 February 1886

m ft iWT!r THE J)mfy !f mttrlultt $ra$ IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MORNING IDxoopt Sun fifty m At the Office, No'2'tj Merchant St. . K TKitiis of tfvnwirii'rro.v. Perannuni , $600 Six months 3 00 j nree months .... 1.50 I'er month, , 1 50CIS l'ostatfe additional, 2T Snbnerlpttom I'atnblp nheajjt In Advance. Ut( communication from nil paits of tlto Kingdom will always be rery acceptable'. Matter Intended for publication In lie editorial olumnt should be adJresil to Editor Daily IIohouiiu Pkkm. Dustriess communication nnd nuvrrtiseihent ittiould be addressed limply "Hiisincss Manager," IDailv Honolulu J'keu, Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be handed in before 6 K M, Thursday. .FEB. 4, i886. A SAD SIOHT. It was a sad sight yesterday, lo the humane outsider to see the dying remnant of the native race being publicly debauched with gin by an unscritpti lous foreign Administration aided by a few native politicians. A gentleman who lately arrived in Hon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 February 1886

ft 1V s . J . 'V f " ' 'fg,'r'(Ky:yf!N - ' rrtBrSjij THE Jhultj Honolulu ?ro$$ & Will bo for mil J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchtnt street T. 0. THRUM I'ortMreel CRYSTAL SODA WOKKS H0H .irccct PWt A "tliOCAIi n Some tsort the Palace Dully lit iho . l'lvo Cents irr Cop. NEWS. whming schoondf " was off port yesterday. The Honolulu Rifles will have a shooting match on the 1 2 inst, The annual parade of the Honolulu fire brigade takes place this evening. The subject' at thc.tent to-night, ill be "The Seal of God."" All are invited. There was great (tin in the yard of the Government building all day yesterday. Chinamen in gorgeous costumes paraded the streets yesterday ard last evening.' j . , - Jim'Dodd's' busses were busy all' day-yesterday, bringing in voters fiom out of town. The Custom House and most of the business houses were closed yesterday afternoon. , i 5 The different military companies were inarched to the polls yesterday to cast their votes. One of our Government official...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 4 February 1886

THE INDIAN AND HIS CNOH. Craft of the Shoro Drrollen oftlio rnclfle Construction null Sonvrorttilness. Oor. iUonoor Fross. What pontes ara to tho plains Indtnus, so ars canoos to the shore dvrelle of tha Fa clCo. They are tho ultvorsal vohielei of locomotion and livelihood. In nil Alaska thoro aro but throo horcos, and one of those is said to bo a mule. Boyontl tho limits of compact populations thsre aro no roads, foot trails over the raounttlnt only tho Interminable watermys through archipelagos and long rlrers which ponotrato far into the land; and tha Indian who wisliai to haul f rolg lit or travel, Instead of hitching up his toam, simply launohes his canoe. Those craft are of soveraldilTarant p&tteraK, but the distinctive typo is quite Hltp abatteau in outline, high an! sharp at both ends, with a broad flaro and au inordinate prolongation of prow, which is often ornamented with grotesque carvings of nondescript croaturo3, animals, birds or fishes. They are weatherly craft in...

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

4 m f ,; . ryi IF tM - ! osV m 'IV I 1 Y Press: .v ,.f' ? y vy 'i " - VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1886. NO. i-34. TRAINING WORKMEN. llrofcsfilonttl GEnrtiB. DiUjittc&s (Ltatbis. $3usmccs (Hafjjs. 3Enmmmce lotkes. Shipping. Shipping. THE BALTIMORE & OHIO'S SCHOOL FOR WORKMEN. A Soliomo Put 111 Oporatlou by tile I.:to John W. Gurrott l'rovldont Funds for Employes The Sjteolnl Venturas." Now Times. The opening uf tho Baltimore. & Ohio Technological school (or the training oC its apprentices took place In January, 1835, and Is consoquontly in a formative state-', but as a dovoiopment of a work already uo wondorfully successful Its future as a power in the system of industrial training for the youth of this country is already assured. Tlis objoot of tbo school is to promote the higher literary and toohnlcal education of tbo apprentices, with a view to their occupying positions of trust and responsibility in the service of the company, foremen of ...

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

t$.t v. r rVMriVOtMit lyftwwWtfr iT It. ii: DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1886. , . st .jii 'rant O'-M Ift I: ft. I Xr I ft irf' w; r 4 f kv m 1 feS. t. THE Jhitlij !f ojtdulu JPrm IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Kxoopt SiiiKlayH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. :,v" ' . XE11MS ' KVnsUlttVTIOS, cr annum $6.00 SU month,. t 1 3- Thref months ' J Per month . 5 Postagt additional. GO" Subscription Payable tittvitiit In Ail' Otlef communications from all parts of tho Kingdom will always be vtry acceptable, Matter Intended for publication in the editorial olumns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Prntsv Business communications and advertisements should U addressed simply "KuslnesS Manacer," Daily Honolulu I'hess, Hbnolutu, Hawaiian Islands. Adrertlsements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be handed in befme fi r. M. " " II I i FRIDAX FEB. 5, 1886. Egypt is at present refusing to have the Suez Canal widened until somebody pays her for the dirt taken out. It seems Egyp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 February 1886

V I . 4 'J.M ,V- 7 $ I v. f h if'' J . ' t fc. w ' THE Jhttlu Honolulu $im Will bo foi'Hiilo ILMtlyul tlio PIhoohT' J. M, OAT. Tr. &Co. Merchant street T. G. THRUM Purl CRYSTAL SODA WORKS t . Ilntc Mrccet J''lt'C CeMn prV Copi, LOCAL NEWS. Some nic!eJ large' tnahRoes were for sale on the streets yesterday. The fire boys had a jolly good time all over town yesterday and last evening. The steamer Zenlandia took no .as scngers or freight for the Colonies from this port. The celebration of Chinese New Year was kept up all day yesterday and last evening. News of the elections on Kauai will be received by the steamer Iwalani Sunday morning. The subject at ihe tent, to night will be "The Last Message of God to Man.'' All are invited. The steamer Iwalani will airive here from Kauai, on Sunday morning, bringing the captain and crew of the wrecked steamer Planter. r Mr. "F. Harrison has secured the contract for the erection of the.Station House keeper's room, at the new Police Station. Th...

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

t sK Br AUTHOliS AT WORK. PECULIARITIES OF VARIOUS LITERARY POLKS WHILE WRITING, Historian Danorort'a Idea About tlio Er. foot of Surroundings - Sir. Vauny HoUcsim Burnett Mark Tvralu Novelist nt Work. Washington Cor. Philadelphia TtmM 1 The most coiuptcu ius literary llgurs at tho capital Is Georga Bancroft, author ot the only comploto history of tho Units 1 Statos. The vonerable hlstorl in Is nno of tho few methodical brain-workers I have aver known, tie It a living refutation of Bcott'ii assertion "that no man of genius rai ever an orderly man." lie is a bollevor la the theory that the brain at work Is sensibly affected by the external objects around and In some degree1 takes Its tone from them. The historian works In a long narrow room, adorned profusely with historical paintings. From his soat he has a full view ot his art treasures, and frequently gates at them as If for inspiration. Ills desk is a model of order. Instead of he has numbered hooks, corrotponlng with tho chapter...

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