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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 February 1886

,. JL RESS. " '"" . , ' iaWJIll ? ''l''f " i : ':. ,"' Li ' ' ' - -- : VOEUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1886. NO. 410. flf PAPER CURRENCY. PECULIARITIES OF THE NOTES OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. llnnks or Knglnnil nml Irolnud Gorinnn, Austrian nml Uusslnu Curroticy llniuino do Frano of Gurlojltlos. ' irittaburR Dispatch. 1 At tho Max Bchnmbgrg Btonmshlpngonoy tho other nftornoon, a reporter was shown specimens of currency of noarly every European country. Too money H kept there for the purposo of supplying foreigners about tii return to Europe who wish to oxohango American money for that of tholr own country. Ordinarily tho ngoncy koop! up ih supply by oxchanjins Unitod Btatoi currency with tho emigrants of various nationalities who roach horo with money of their own country in their possession. But in tho Bpring, when thoro h a rush of returning immigrants going homo for n visit, otc, the Bupply 'sometimes runs short, and bank) have to bo drawn upon. TI13 Bank ...

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. — 12 February 1886

f Wh u v b 1 i, IS e p lv. "vjrwyp t --' TKCB Jhiify !f unolulu $rm IS PUBLISHED EVEUY MORNING Except SuiitfuyN. At the Office, No29 Merchant St. TWM , .urrlierlf? r frf rk v. " " .. r . , rr annum $ o.oo Six months. "1 1 .... 3.00 Three month 1.50 Per month .. ... .,.... . . ..5ott Postage additional. jtST Ntthneripttotta Paiubti altvnyn hi Advance. ( Brief corrimunf cation from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptably . ., Matter intended for publication in the editorial olumns should be addrcsied to Editor Daiiv Honolulu Pmcss BiuineM communication and auverttsements should be addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Phrtff . Honolulu, Hawaiian Island , AdveTtticmentv to ensur prompt insertion, should be handed in lefnre 6 P. M. FRIDAY. v . ,FEB. j, 1886. "They fight in Central America between meals," once said a traveler who wrote about that unfortunate isthmus, but a late dispatch says that the five Republics of Central America are now a happy family, ...

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. — 12 February 1886

&. i u,m V - f. I ? V Jv if l S:, 4. L I1JVUDI macs Jhulij yttilultt Jhw -Will bo foiyJuJoOgUUvulitiio Vluoos : ;. M. OAT, In, k Ca ....Merchant slrcct r.O.THRUM IWt street CKYSl'AL.SOUA WORKS Hoiel slrecct J'lvc Cents per NOTIOU XO HUll.SOJtlllKHS. Owing to the rapidly increasing demand for o.ir paper we have been compelled to add anotlicr carrier on horseback over our route, and are now prepared to promptly deliver the paper to our patrons residing in the suburbs of the city. Orders sent by Hawaiian Dell Telephone No. 237, or by mail, will receive prompt attention, Daily Honolui.i LOCAL NEWS. The Honolulu Rides' practice takes place this afternoon. The steamer' Australia has not been telephoned up to the time we go to press. The subject at the tent to-night will be "Prophecy now being Fulfilled." All arc invited. To-day is the third' anniversary of the coronation of their Majesties the' King and Queen. v Mr. Everett, formerly first officer of the steamer Kinau, has been appoin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 February 1886

R lv v IN THE 8TREET8 OF BALTIMORE. Kxporlonoo nf n Ilnttnllon of the Sixth MnMnchmetU The "Donliln Quick." , Lowlston Journal. Copt Follansheo of my company (Company C) waD.olectod to tako command of ttio (letncbmont. Ha (1IJ so, and our com' pariytook tho hoacl of llie column. Wo pnjo t through tho crowds. They prossod chiefly, nbd'ut out" flank and la our rear. Chunki of coa't 6t a'largo variety wero thrown 'ln,ii' perfect rain on us, la ono rqtiaro they almost stopped our passage. Trotty soon wo heard tho pinging ot bullots, I think that I gavo tho first onlor glron that day In onr dotachmont to fire. I snw a man In n fourth-story window, leaning out, with a or a brick, ready to throw It at tho column. I gavo the ordor to a man nonr ma to fire. Ho fired. The mpn carao toppling over aud over and over out of that window, down four storloa, smashing him Ilka jolly on tho pnvomont ot tho street. Thoy swarmal about ui still in tho stroots, and one band carried a Confoderato flag on a...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 February 1886

k'C .. Daily . '? ?, 'V v ! &'..' ' '.J ft Jr. ? 1 5 1 .& 1 1 : it Jl w - ! ? y -k Vt.- r flPv &' (." ' ?r '. w , at .VOLUME I. 'CANINE CRANIOLOGY. CIVILIZED LIFE EXPANDS A DOG'S BRAIN AND NARROWS HIS JAW. ikull of nu lisqulmnu Dog Egyptian Slumiuteil Iloi: I'UB and Mull Do'fj Looking nt tho Crnnluma , The Newfoundland. Washington Btar.l "Alas, poor ilogl" said" Mr. Froderlo A. Lucas, the osteologist, as ha gazed upon a skull which he had, taken from a long coffin-like box that had just been opened In his work-room at the National museum. "What Is It?" a-ked the reporter, who had penetrated to tho cavern of tho ossous treasures In (.earoh of news. "It is tho skull of on Esquimau dog an Esquimau sledge dog," Said Mr. Lucas, putting down tho bloachol and ghastly object ""This skull boars out tho, stories of the rough treatment which these dogs receive Boo there," pointing to a spot over tho eye where a portion of the bone had been br okon off. "It took a heavy bio w to do ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 February 1886

THE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING 13xoopt SuntlnyM. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKllMS UV SUHSVllII'TIOX. Perannum $ Sixmonths. 3 Thrfemonthi 50 Per month Sct Postage additional. tST Subscription I'niuble altvayn In Ail- vatiee. Brief commilnlcations from all part of the Kingdom will ahvayi be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication the editorial olumns should be naureueu to Editor Daily Honol'uhi (Pass's. Business communications and iiuveriisemenU should b adJressed simply "llusiness Mantcer," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should b handed in before f r, H. SATURDAY FEB. 13, 1886. When Washington was President of the United States he recommended, in one of his messages, that Congress take steps to establish a National University. After years ol legislative delay, -Senator Infills of Kansas, has introduced a bill which provides for "the establishment of the National University "of America at Washington.'' Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 February 1886

Uf - "" rfi f" V i , 4& V o !! . f v I i r . . T j. . - i "5 iiimy i "vKt, "ivfm" vwfojrmiii ' I! DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1886. 1, 1 i.O" t ij TUB U "Will bo foi' mile Dully nt, tho lJliioori : I. M. OAT, Jr. !i Co. Merchint street f. G. THRUM Kort street CRYSTAL, SODA WORKS Hotel street l?tve Cent per Coij, XOTICK TO HVliSCmilKllS. Owing to the rapidly increasing demand for our paper we have been compelled to add another carrier on horseback over our routes and are now prepared to promptly deliver the paper to our patrons residing in the suburbs of thejeity. Orders sent by Hawaiian! Bell Telephone No. 237, or by mail, will receive prompt attention. Props, 'Daily Honolulu Press. LOO AIj NEWS. ; Police Justice Bickerton took a day 'off yesterday. The steamer Kinau is not due here until to-morrow morning. The S, S. St. Paul sails for San Francisco, at four o'clock to-day. The subject-at the tent to-night-will .Jc."JVhat can we know of the Second Advent?" There...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 February 1886

I &JrSXWm HHHHH5HHH55H55K S5?!?35kwi DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1886. t fii 1 111 m 111I111 TRAPPING IN BRITISH AMERICA, Awnjr from Clvltlintlon A Dangorom CnllliiR VUItlnc the Trispa. San Francisco Cnll.l Tlio trappar'a life Is, perhaps, tho most desolate ono lol by white men. Away from ctvillralton, away from friends and neighbors, be pursuo9 his dangerous calling In rrjldwlntor, through bonks of snow, amid storms of wind and rain, exposed avor to the fury of iho elements and to the savagu attacks of wild beasts. A trnpper, to bo successful, must necessarily bo iulntod from his neighbors, for thoro are none othor In the remote luterior but thosa who follow the same vocation, and so, If a man wishos to Insuro a profitable winter ha travols ontiroly alone. Ills traps often extend over a run of 75 to 100 miles Icing, and and tboso he visits In rotatlou as of ton as ho can. His method of procedure Is as follows! Having selected a range, he builds a hub In about a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 February 1886

y m4 "T Vfmr'7"W$ - - . . f. '-. T' - ? r JJAILY p RESS. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1886. NO. 142. CLUBS OF THE CITY. iProfcononal darbff. Jpujsinc&s daubs. glusincss Glavbfi. Bumrnnre dlotkcs. Shipping. ghipping. THE POPULAR IDEA BOTH ABSURD AND UNJUST. Their Management nntl Itulos, Ilogulntlons and Penalties Carefully Considered and Enforced. New York Tlmes.1 The popular Idea of a olub seems to be that It is a symposium where wicked men gather to play cards and billiards, drink and be merry, and escape from their wives or their creditors (a? shown In a recent trial in a local court) as the club door is a portal that nemo but the privileged can pass. The ladles as a rule are particularly suspicious about the inner Ufa oC clubs, excepting possibly those who have been favored with invitations to the ladles' ro captions at the Union loague or the Lotos club or Travars' f annual reception at the Raquette club. It is Buppocod that a man inclined to cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 February 1886

' tT1 WVT '" I;. ft DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1886. iAy H h'i :-.s 1 sir I TKCE Jlmfy !f xumhtlu yvns IS PUBLISHED evry MOllNINGr ISxoopt SundayH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. trims or svnsoniPTiox, Per annum $6.00 SU monthit.... . 3 00 1 hree months ,,.,..,.. 1. 50 Fer month . 1 450 cti Pottage additional. ST Sttbncrtptlona Payable ul way 9 in Ad' vanca Brief communications from all parti of the Kingdom Will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for publication In the editorial olumus should be addressed to Coiton Daily Honolulu Fa ess. Business comtnum tat ions and advertisements should be addressed simply "Ilusiness Manager," Daily HoNrti lu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to'ensure prompt Insertion, should bi handed In before 6'r. m. MONDAY FEB. 15, 1886. The United States Congress is at last taking practical steps to check the glaring land frauds which have existed for years in that country, and which have wasted millions of acres ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 February 1886

THE J)mty Kfmmlulu J?ms Will bo for HuliQpUUvnt J. M. OAT, Jr. A Co , Merclnnt direct T.O. THRUM oitstreet CRYSTAL. SODA WORKS Hael streeet Vlvf Crnh per Coptf, notice to svitaaniitnns. Owing lo the rapidly increasing demand for our paper we have been compelled to add another carrier on horseback over our route, and are now prepared to promptly deliver the paper to our patrons residing in the suburbs of the city. Orders sent by Hawaiian Bell telephone No. 237, or by mail, will receive prompt attention. Props. UailY Honolulu Press. LOOAIi NEWS. The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class meets at seven o clock this evening. The subject at the tent to-night will be "A iSermon for Infidels." Elder Healy says "come and bring your ob jections." ' The employes of tie Honolulu Iron Works were photographed in a group, in front of the Iron Works, on Queen street, at noon last Saturday. Captain Ijojd, the San Francisco pilot who was brtought to Honolulu by the steamer Zealandia, left for the city by t...

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

pi 14 " THE LITTLE GOLD CROS3. Philadelphia Nans. Here, on my hoart, still I kosp it, Tub llttlo gold cross which you gars me one day; Twin yoar, years, ago, and yat I still kosp It, And I touoh It, In tho shj girl's own way. f Yes, years, slnca then, yeara have spod over tno, heart's onel Blossoms and dead petals t have gathered and loft, Hopes and despairs, too, I've trodden through, heart's onel' Boon nappy, exultant, and been, lovo, berettl Yet you have never known aught of It, darling! Nol not oven a dream ot what o'er ma has passed; You have lain so quiet, strong, tendoreit darling, . Where tho ivy's dark leaves upon marble lie mossed, IIow strange thnt, to-night, when bleak darkno;s is falling. The little gold ctom, lovo, should awake, just the same, In my withored heart, love, while the north wind is calling. That dear, timid, sweet, cirllsh, inoffable Ha mo 1 THE MANUFACTURE Or POISON. Ejtraoriltaiiry Quantities 3Ide alyaterjr of Tholr Employment A. Question. Chambers' Jour...

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

X- DELIVERANCE. $wjfcsBtoimI GTarbs. CI.ARKNCB Wll DKK V0I.NEV VA1LLANC0URT ASIIPORtl. ASIIF0RU. A SHFORD & ASHFORD. Attorney, Counsellors, Solicitors, Proctors, Conveyancers, Etc, Office "ilonolulu Hale," adjoining Post-office. T ALFRED MAGOON. atioiiney Ax law.- 41 Merchant Street, Honolulu. i2oiyr D R. A. McWAYNE, PHYSICIAN and suegeon. Office and Residence 34 Alakea street. Office Hours 9 to n a. u'.; 6 to 8 p. h. 259-284 EO. L. BABCOCK, Teacher of the I'lano forte, Address, care Mews. West, Dow & Co., No. 105 Fort St. Honoluiu. Residence No, i Emma street. 237-288 T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S. Dental Booms on Fort Street, Honolulu..... , H, 1. Office In Brewer's Block, corner Hotel and Fort Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 210-361 JOHN H. PATY, Notary 1'iiblte and Commission of Deeds, For the States of California and New York. Office at the Bank Of Bishop & Co. Honoiulu, Oahu. H, I. 210-261 T A. THURSTON. (Successor to smith & thurston) Attorney at Law, No. 38...

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

i si !t k r 'WWf' ' VWyWtWWl f VPP9 AMIPJIISF ifipmppp r DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1886. 1 1 , S Jlmltj !ffmm(ttlu ?rs$$ IS PUBLISHED EVEU MORNING W ' Excopi SnndnyM. At the Office, No.2gjIVIerchant S . M, TRR3IH OF SV71S011ZITWX. Vtrvtnvn J&oo SU tnoaths.... 3, Thrte months... . . t.jo Tcrmooih . ... ...... jocts ' 3'psuxe additional. ;KX HuhtertpHont fayahle communications from all part of (be ICincdoir Will alwaj be rcrr acceptable. Matter intended Tor putlicallon in tie editorial olumnt should be addressed to Edito Daily Honolulu Ps. Batneicoairaumcatiotiiartd sboold V) aulilmud limply "Hasinas Magcr Daily Hoj.oh.ui Piut, Honolnln, Hawaiian" IslanJs Adrcrtisementf! to ensure prompt Insertion, should be handed in before 6 r. w TUESDAY FEB. i G, 1886. The great Chinese national competition for the military degree of Chung Yuen, the highest degree if the Empire commences Peking tc morrow. This competition it held once every fire years in the Imperial presence ...

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

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm swaai DAIL HONftLULUPRE'sS TUESDAY, 'FEBRUARY 16, 1886" w ( A i. V fi. TUB JDmltj tintrlulu h:m a . . i. , !. Will bo for Bnljfalivat tin' flnooH : I M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merclmnt street 1 0 THRUM Port street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Mreeet I'iwi Cent prv Cop notice to sTimoniitEiis. Owing to the rapidly Increasing demand for our paper we have been compelled to add another carrier on horseback over our routes, and arc now prepared to promptly deliver the paper to our patrons residing in the suburbs of the city. Orders sent by Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 237, or by mail, will receive prompt attention. Props. DaIi.y Honolulu Press. LOCAL NEWS. The "Merry Makers'' are "making merry" all over town. The subject at!- the tend to-night will be "Belief and Unbelief Compared." The Y, M. C. A. singing class meets at half-past seven o'clock this evening. J. W. McCarthy is having a jolly good time now out on the deep blue sea. We have received a lengthy" article on Elder Hea...

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

I It' I i i. mammmrsamsH. Cutting Ortnfts nriHIi RminittnirM :uttD ' fiUiWIiitaimi tt hnw tlrilkV ttuirit. ;' 3'UJiuUfIIIU'V :irtw?J ! TTliareSis top tniun j. unc pmCttiiiB an inr othor, re www i .ec twiidb imnz UHtCul muimiKCsai. ca:tnar iutw unntrmaiiti BnMbuwt. aUMmaitmShBtCanHlii: lunnmr She atuffiiniHflik ilifttlltita sSi miS? amitrewiCinilBTiiiun e .. An wa (teinsiimsoC ttiiBtsiawiunB uhdupj tin narataitntnittinuia By ljtC5nniffiBlruBUwT'Cn5Hrj:. In lies Mix wanftllrniiiasrSx an lur (Jmismm xi. 57 i anmj wibn Id kunvr Bifijrl iiitttSiiiini'tttn Stin mJtnmniiDiiuattutB KEHCtaMr.n irtinmrvrtEiixu. muinttltij a wUpw 'iff Sfc xiuiiii'fts. I (hull amrdlr (fliiiw S' uriiEn atuinrmim aa3i ama Srillitw iron1 uIDaittt ihrnTSji inUl tiwar Stm iflmiMuiarlL. anilmfl latiUt itti anch tliJou;, amtj aSiniisIl "Kitb 3Biini tt trim t:u1. jjnr mum nmfl ajtrta HegjofL TOiJurwarytilrusalirtaesnTnis'iflisillfe' atvny aeaanflauSimiflriari wiitniUlgrilO'S "Slutiur 0H enj Cf aS She rrsnKfl. "Gsri)iTi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 February 1886

wo IM'M y$ j&3Baemumteir w .r Mi h Daily ESS. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1886. NO. 144. M ON THE DECLINE. fli'oCcjGstonal (JTnvus. Uusincos (mus. justness Insurance Notices, Shipping. hipping. EFFECT OF THE "80CIAL" MENT IN CLUBS. A Features Introduced Which Are Donth to Systematic Physical Trnlutiig of Mombershlp In Athlotlo . Clul "Social" Flooauroa. j ' Brooklyn Eaglo.J Tlio clogs o tha season (or athlotlo club gftinoi calh.attoutlon to tbo (act thrt, as a r;ilo, athlotlo clubs have not flourished thii past season or two as they were wont to do. The cause ot this is to bo found not in any D (ailing off in the tasta (or athletic games which gamos ooraprlss spaoial trials of skill In walking, running, jumpin g, etc. but in tbo effort to comblm with tho athlotlo features of such clubs what is known as the social olement, that is, the introduction of in-door social amusements, such as cards, G billiards, dancing and reception gatherin (s in athl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 February 1886

: .. h ""Wf IPPiPPiiPiiPiiiPJiPPfltiP mmmmiii DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 886. nE3ZB Jtaifg xraoUa yvtss IS PUBLISHED EVERY 310R.N1XG' Except SiimcIm, At the OBcc.lio.2g Merchant St. TXttUS VP XCISICUIJTIUV. Thsvt oooua ... - - - iJl 50c W StrlyHvn.t fmjiOJe mtfapf t irmmc limf cmaaaivarGmttyea tX tarvel K8' Matter jnvnlefi IV jASu'Mim its br dHrjal1 olamos tfcwltf It fl4Mrf i Ewrt Da.T Buwuir Pa. Ho.um consmorativos awl xwawnoa ibotiH DjLr Pro. ffrfnVt, .fcUtr&usa Islands. Xwliecn!, 1 cans yrvwja ixuausa. tieaii WFDNE3DAY FEB. 17. 1SS6. The National Board of Trade; irhich was in kod at ibe city of Washington in tbe month of Jamry last, Md out enough wprk to keep Congress busy for a year or more, provided that body tales action on all lie measures recom mended by the Board JJTow, what is the matter wiia the Gorernment? It is reported on the jrtjeet that its present policy is to im pwt twenty thousand Japanese for the purpose of raising rice. Tbii is consistent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 February 1886

r K w 1'iuJUWUUI U,Ult JMOBiW ff "pn wj ,.jtT'i Y1" i-M - DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1886. MVtH lr VMMNtMuwMM jKjMu J . ... 11 ". THE Will bo foi Bain' lowmu VhiooH s drill ; night has, been !Kr u im W v M. OAT, Jr. & Co..... I G iiikuMm.iii . .....Mcrclmit street .. ... rorttirert CRYS I'AL SOD WORKS Hold Miccet rtvx Otnta per Copu NOTiam ro"' nuunouznmis. Owing to the rapidly increasing demand for our paper we have been compelled to add another carrier oil horseback over our routes and are now prepared to promptly deliver the paper to our patrons residing in the suburbs of the city. Orders sent by Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 237, or by mall, will receive prompt attention. , , Props, Daily Honolulu Press. LOOAIi NEWS. Services will be held in the different churches as usual this evening. Dtri'i forgetjthe periormalice of the "Merry night? "What is this disease that is coming upon us ? " Wait till the green mangoes are big enough to eat before you answer. The ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 February 1886

PS' " ""llfW'flWP'fip () ' i li DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY f 17, 1886. 1 CLERKS IN STORES. 5cncntl bbcritocmente. (Scitcntl ,bl)crttocmcnt0. (general Jlrjbcrttocmc.ttc. (Scmuitl Jlubcrticcmcntc. 5cncr.il .aiibcmocmctttfi. PW ? r if if ?.V i: IU ' 'f H SOMETHING ABOUT THElFOLlO WHO STArto BEHIND THE COUNTERS. '- Tke Masculines Mot ft Wemklr,.CI, but- tba Fomlnlnos Drvbok to tha Mutual Daneflt Associations Early Closlusr. Washington Star. There are between 25,000 and 30,000 clerks outside of the deportment In this city," mIJ the eocretary of the Clerks' Mutual Benefit and Protective association, In answer to an Inquiry made by ft reporter. "I mean by that 'all persons employed in tores or private business establishment as clerks, male and female. About one-half of this number are females. At ot the clerks, both male and female, are under 25 years of age." "What becomes of the clerk when he gets oldr asked the reporter. "lie may become one of the proprietors, or own a st...

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