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

clAkxncbwildrk AS1IKOK1I. - E. WILLIAMS, Imtortkr and Dealer in Furniture, of 'Every Description, Alto Upholsterer and Manufacturer. Furniture Warerooms No. tn Fort Street, Workshop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly uttended to. 252-303 -ASTLE & COOKE, Shipping and Commission Merchant, No, 80 KincTStrbet.i . HONOLULt IMI'ORTKRS AND DEALERS IN Real GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Agents lor '1 he Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. The1 Alexander & Baldwin Plantation. R. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation. A. H, Smith & Compan; Koloa, Kauai. J. M, Alexander, ; Haiku, Maui. The Haiku Sucar Company. 1 he Kohala Sugar Company. Hamakua Plantation T The Union lnsurance( Company 0! ban Franicsco. I he New England Life Insurance Company of Boston I he Make Manufacturing Company of Boston D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines. The New York and Honolulu Prcket Line, 'I he Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco Dr. Jaynes & Son's Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox &...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 February 1886

lit im W v m iv if ! TIHCE Pnilif Ipotrolulu $Vm IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING KSxoopt HumljiyH. At the Office, No.ag Mcrchant'St. rsnxts or smisnitii'Tros: P.rannumT.... i. '.'... Sixmonthj ; 3- Three monthl.:.". '...... -5 Ptrmonth ;; 5c" Postage additional. tST Subscription I'njfable altrnyl in Ad-vane B'ief communication 'rem nil parts of the Kingdom will alwats be ykty acceptable ..... .( Muter iotended fyr pbVlcMIott in (he editorul olumnl should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu P. Biuinn communications and aarenisements should bs adJreswd limply "Busines Manager, Daily Honoulu Press, Honolulu. Hawaiian IiUndt. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, hould e handed in before 6 rs. . w J ' THURSDAY... FEB. i3, 1886. ORDINATION SERMON. Preached at the Ordination of Prof. E. N. Dyer, by Rev. H. S. Jordan, in the Fort-Street Church. Honolulu, H. I., Feb'y 14th, 1886. THE SUPREME REIGN OF CHRIST ' jst. Corinthians 15:25. "For Hemustreign, till He hath put all enemies under Hi...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 February 1886

. r. TBCB J)m!i If tmtrlulu rm Will bo for salgVA : J. M. OAT, Jr. i Co T. O.'IHRUM CRYSTAL bODA WORKS Vive Of nl rr Co;i;, Kht. Opera Hot! - T l,.jt X. Merclmnl street Tort street .. H6tel Mreeet notice to aunsottiunna. Owing to 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 Dell Telephone No. 237, or by mill, will receive prompt attention. J 1 Props. Daily Honolulu Press. LOCAL NEWS. Several parties were out last evening. 'li.f 1.1 II I 'i."l. .ill 1 rV ai 11.- "Laugh hnd gn owl iai. ti int: The regular weekly prayer meetings were held in the different churches last evening. The Honolulu Rifles' held their regular weekly drill at 'the armory last evening;. . t i The horrible stench at the first bridge on Nuuanu street is almost unbearable. The theater will be ,open to-night ' The smal...

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

A l'rtnnlpln of tltmlnn Xnrallty. iDrntral Cor. N. O. There Is a sect nmong tlio Hindoos called .fnlu. The Aral and highest prlnriplo ol I ho .tain religion Is never to kill, but always to protect all living creatures and promote their happiness. A rigid Jain would not tramplo on an insect whllo passing by the road. Ho carries, n broontstlck, nud with it clears his path of nil mlnuto Insects and worms A Jain would gladly Ho on a bedstead that Is Infested with bugs, and coolly allow hi blood to bo sucked by thorn. An Ingllsh gentleman ouco met n aiii and told him that tho water ho used to drink wan full of microscopic tusoois. Tho .lain would not believe hlra. The Lngllshmnu brought his microscope, and procd tho truth of his assertion. Tho Jain looked surprised, and wept bitterly Ho was a devoted followor of his religion and ho proved his do otlon by rofusing over again to tako water, and tho consequence was that ho was soon attacked by a serious malady nud died. Tho Ingllsh educated...

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

VOLUME I. Daily THE MIDDLE-AGED. PEOPLE WHO ARE 3TRONQ FROM EXPERIENCE and Long habit. All tlio Good ThlnB or tlfe Not Crowded Into tho First Thirty Years Ikito nud Happiness In Lister . 1.1 fe. Philadelphia Press.' ' Joking aslilo, Is it not timo that tho middle aged people wore setting up their banners and blowing tholr bugles-a littlo in tho world.. Thoy have tho solid work ot lighting to do, while tho young folks mako all the tantara, and go glittering about tho Held. Is lifo really an empty work after HO ? Aio tho best prizes, Hie Is nnrinnf 4.nt l,au. a .1 si u uujojfiuuni, me nnest reiisu oi art, nature, books, all tho good things which God has given us all of theso crowded Into those first thirty years? poes tho man whoso hair is grizzled work ICSS ClfCCtUnllv. lnvn lna v,noolnn,.lnl,. .. halo less fiercely than tho youth whoso H o uuiuij 1U11CU Willi UOWUt film AMfllA AM1I lIDlTi'nt' The young people, in tho literature of ,wj buuuuj, tire uieuueu Willi ail IUO romanee and m...

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

it. 1 4 ft 1 "i L ' f 'jL'irl H J)ailt !f oiraiulu J?rsss IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOKNINO JBxcept SaBilnyM. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. Tsaxs or schscriptjos. ' Per Si ncRt&s. . . .,.......--...--.--.-- " ... -Jo yxa Tbttontii - Ufa Prts3ct& .-' . Jsai JST Sttbtzrtpli PaJrvitr altrags in Ad-tar. Brief eOM3JaiioifcBill parts rf tie Kin4oa . ., , ,. . . M,tt urffoiel fir poUianoa m tW edaanal slums $lml& be id&ttsei u EoiT.n Daily Hoscotru? P. Bai3escocimanicanoosas3 aaftrnwatai sbooM bt addressed simplv "Bushes Mianer," Dailt Hwolixo Pssst, Uooclsta. HaoaUia Islands. Adrertisemrats, to ensnr proapc iasenSen, sSwuld t handed in befor 6 r. . FRIDAY. . . .FEB. 19, 1886. It turns out as expected by moj people that Senator Sherman's compromise silver bill, lately introduced in the United States Senate, does not meet with popular favor and is not even "damned with faint praise" by the American press. The N. Y. Post thinks the bill would compare favorably with a Chinese pu...

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

h$L IK f , f i t TZEIE isjmtrmitu 4 O Jt . c Will bo fidrWlo i?w&5 puiftrf J. M. OAT. In. &Co. . ... Merctiaut street 1. O. THRUM. CRYSTAL SODA WOKKS Hotelmecet Vt'fl CCHfS JKT Cop). ' Ml XOTJOll'IO SUliSCIlTIillltS 0 ivving to Ihe! rapidly increasing demand for our paper wc have been compelled to add another carrier on horseback over our routes and are now prepared to promptly deliver the paper to our patrons redding in the submits of the ,city. Orders sent by Hawaiian Bell Telephone No, 237, or by mail, will receive prompt attention. Prom," Daily xIonolulu PrtEssf LOCAL NEWS. The subject at the tent to-night will be "Christ as a Prophet." All are in- ' x Vel, scljoqner Alary Foster fakes a number of Japanese to Koloa tion, Kauai, to-day. Money order list per steamer Australia closes at the Post-office at three o'clock this afternoon. The steamer Alameda is'due here bringing news to the 13th inst. The Merry Makers give their second performance in ,Honolulu to-morrow night. ...

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

r pr - I An AlUek of th "Baik iOor. Amttku FJe4L) Hiring bo dog U chaso deer, our only recourse wm lo get on their ruairar, or loitUl huat tbera, tlie former of wufch.on the second da mflcr our bunt, we proceeded to da We took our atatioa early in the moraine st some of tbo incut likely place we couid find, sod quite n distance apart I waited with All tbo patience I could command for a deer to come in t Iebt, but two hours muit bare pasted without a sign of came. I was just thinking of taking a little exercise, as it -was decidedly chilly In tbe early when a couple of beary reports from Tom's stand turned ray attention to bus!-nest again, and soon a crashing of heavy bodies through tbe thicket and underbrush told me the game was coining In my direction. My heart beat like a trip-hammer; tny eyes were misty, and I tried in vain to take sight across the barrel of my ride. Buck ague at butt And I bad not long to wait, for soon a buck followed by two does came la sight Tbey seemed to my...

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

! 8NOW3 OF THE POLAR REQION3. Kane Fall Except In Autumn find Spring Tho Depth Not Groat. (Fredrick Sohwatka In Chicago Times. Through this part of tho Arctic and sub-Arctic regions, reaching from north Hudson1 s bay to tho nearest channols of tho Arctic ocean and beyond, snow does not fall very heavily during tho winter tlmo proper; and It Is claimed by the Esquimaux that oxcept the spring and autumn bdows for which they havo special names no snow falls at all during any other tlmo of tho year, That Is, thoso distinct full and spring snows are separated by the summer on ono sldo, with tho snow 611 tho ground and Ico off tho lakes, nnd by tho wlutor on tho othor, with tho ground constantly covered with stlow, but of a uniformly avcrago depth. During tho winter tlmo every gale and storm blows tho loose drifting suow around, and a polar traveler out of doors, on such a day. might well think that a most furious snowstorm was raging around' him; but, say tho Esquimaux, it is only tho dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 February 1886

, t - W 3pmftj .f 0imlul.. JFress IS PUBLISHED EVERY M O.R?k r)f G Except Hunuuys. At the Office, No, 29 Merchant St. TBttJH OF SOBWMPT10X. Pcrunutn .Skoo SUmonths Three month - -S Per month s....pita Postage adJitioa.I. , j ! flr Subtcrlpltonl I'nynble nlicayM In Att- Brlcf communication, from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Hatter Intended for publication in the editorial olunnt should be id-retted to Editor Daily Honolvlv Pisst. communications ana should be adJremed simply "Business ilanajef," Daily Hokolllu Priss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. to ensure prompt Insertion, ihould e liandrd in bei'iie (r V. SATURDAY FEB. 20, 1886. A suit has lately been commenced in the United States which will probably reopen the old "credit" Mobiher" scandal. The Advertiser and. "C. W. A" are at present engaged in throwing mud at each other. It is " royal mud " picked out of the plebeian gutter and is being right vigorously thrown by these political giants. The casus belli ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 February 1886

W " " A r ' ' V" 1 ' Wv ; " "" r ;M -p, - -ii- y " vV """"W ,'' - lV W ' r T. O. THRUM. TKCE otttilulu 3?ra$ Will bo for.nulu Uttllv PIuobh : kA- OAT, In. , ' Co Mercian! street . Vftrl ctrt CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Uriel tret five Cent jiff Copi. SOTICK TO HUllSCmitlSllS. Owing to the rapidly Increasing demand for our paper wc liave been compelled to add another carrier on horseback over our routes, and are now prepared to promptly deliver the paper to our uitrons residing in the suburbs of the city. Oulcrs sent by Hawaiian Dell Telephone No. 237, or by mail, Svill receive prompt attention. Props. Daily Honolulu Press. WWWlWMWIIIIWiltMMyWIH IIIMUMIIII'IWIMW LOCAL NEWS. Several horseback parties weie on the streets last evening. Don't forget jhe" Merry Makers at the Opera House to-night If you want a good hearty laugh, go to see the Merry Makers -this evening. There will be a go-as-you-please race at the Yosemite skating rink this evening. The subjert at the tent to-night will be "Christ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 February 1886

I', 1- fcS Itnbsrt Ilonrior'n Stable. New York Iytter.l 'Such is tho general interest In Iiobort Bonner's stablo slnco he purchased Maud 8. that htis obliged to Issuo cards of admission to his" stables. The first horso of note whoso stall is' reached Is Dexter. Ids temper is not so good as it Used to bo. Stra'tigcrS arc not received by him with favor. Ills purchase prico was $1)5,000. Next comes iickot, a 10,000 bay geld . lng. Ho has a record of 2:18, and has made a mile in 2:1U on a private track. Harus is a brown gelding: IJe was bought from Mr. C'onkllng. lie has a companion in his stall who is nono other than Jimmy, a little bright-eyed Scotch terrier. I arus Is disposed to bo . cross to strangers. So is Jimmy. Rarus takot exercise every day, rain or shine. Jimmy enjoys tho exercise on Ifarus' back. They aro fast friends. Harus sold for $80,000. Tho bay gelding Forest has made a mile in 2:18. with an unoi'cial showing of 2:11. He is rather a heavey feeder and generally wears a ...

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

WP8T . ,. -I-VO" -V ' ) - -, . 'J':fi, j '' " ""' ' , , " It- 1,1 't , , ' 1 , '"' , 1 l) ---; '& mwFMfmmi wim)iiiD.inmni..nmMiiiii)lliiin,ii i . -.0, mmm.l.M,,... flllyi , , - tmMl - - t&. ,:iaiw?agyrffi..'ni' by . , I1, I Ai 1 ni Daily Press I VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1886. NO. 148. EM U3E8 OF ADVERSITY. fla Now York Mercury. It nono ware slok and none wore sad, What could wo render! I think It we ware always glad Wo scarcely could be tender. Did our beloved never need Our patient ministration, Earth would grow cold and miss, indeod, Its sweotost consolation. It sorrow never claimed our boart, And every wish were cranted Patlonco would die and hope depart; Lite would bo disenchanted. Boating on the lttver Thame. (London Cor. Kansas City Times Tbo river Thames is a favorlto resort in summer for boating; il has most ologant embunkmonts of stono, and gardens and parks along its winding banks mako it through city, country and villago an over c...

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

ms. f . U v K. w L'Kf fi 15-' f 61" ii B. if if of' l ''WISfc wWP?$!W!l&BP PSPPPPi - 1 )' "- ' T-W. ,-,-,. '" DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1886. THE Jtaify Ijhtmlulu $Vm PIS PUBLISHED , e vKjft? .wfliViifo T. V . ! 8W .. "Kx:oeii riinIn.vH At the Ofiicc, No. 29 Merchant St. TEiuis or saitsviiri'Tiox. Pannum Js" bUroontht .. . 3 Thrte months l-i Pr month ,.,........;. v. .. 5cU . Postage aoditictitl. JIT SuOicrtpllmiM I'njiablt ateiy In Advance. Ilrief communications from ill pirti of the Kingdom will always be very acceptalle. Maltetjntended for In the ejitonal olutnnl ithould be addressed to I'.ntToK DtlLV Monoiviu Pi. , '' r'' . ,. b dimes commouieaiion ana aarennements should be djreied vmply "Huine f.Ianaeer," . . DAILY HOIOLtLU PKliS, j HonoUlu. Hawaiian Itlandi. Advertisement, to ensure prompt Insertion, thould e handed In before 6 f. u MONDAY FEB. 22, iSS6. No wonder the people fight in Montenegro; travelers to that country declare that Montenegro is so stee...

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

TIKE Will fco for sulo I) illvul the 'i ifc. lowlna I'-Mhoon : J.'M. OAT, Jr. & Co I'.O. THRUM CRYSTAL SODA WORKS J'Hve Cent per Copu. Merchant Mreet Fori Mrect .Hold Kirceet yoTion to NuusaniiiEiis, 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 Hell Telephone No. 237, or by mail, will receive prompt attention. Profs. Daily Honolulu Press. LOCAL NEWS. There will be no band concert at Emma Square this evening. The steamer Kinau sails on the Volcano f route at four o'clock to-day. Prof. M. M. Scott, inspector of public schools goes lo Waianae to-day. The subject at the tent to-night will be "Christ a King." All are invited. Mr.' J. V. Hingley has for sale some very fine tobacco seed for planting, at his depot, King street. A religions meeting was held on the Inter-Island Stea...

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

iwwwiw?!S9? ' . ?..( Mi . " H S , i , U "l " v, ' P ! , luMa ORIGIN OF A WAR SONG tfjWhic)U Spoodlljr llaaKinolPopnliif Through-oat the lUnk or the llova In niuC IOIilciitoHeraliluItaknbtr., X J rodo down In A tIydo,IMlr train with Goorgoli". Hoot tho other noon, -and ho modestly spoko of tbo isonirs ho lma writtonduring tho troublous llmos of tbo civil War. J montionod ."Ifally a- tho Flag, Bovs. " niid his ayes . Ilgbtod up kindly. "TbatBoag," b'o said, "was written at tbo tlrao of I Incoln's sec- (Ond call (or troops. Tliore Was plenty of , .excitement, but in s6mo quarters a lack of patriotism, afad It was to quicken tbo .sontlmoiits of tho pcoplo that I wrote tbo (Pleco. Tito music and words wore writ- ,tcn In about two hours. Tho Idoa struck ,'mo, and I did not rise from my seat until tbo whole thing was finished. "I was sitting at tbo piano trying the air onco more from tho waumuiiii on mo racK wuon Frank Uimbard camo la He began telling mo of tbo backwardness of tho stay-at-...

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

fti'ofcsoiomtl QTacic. CLARENCE WILDRR VOLNEV VAILLANCOURT "s ASIIPORD. ASIIFORD. A SHFORD & ASHFORD. Attorneys, Counsellors, Solicitors, Advocate, Proctors, Conveyancer, lite, OmcE "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Post-office, shop t alfred magoon. attorney at law. 41 Merchant Street, Honolulu. No. X20.IVT D ,R. A. McWAYNE, PHYSICIAN and' sir nnnnrr. Office and Residence 34 Alakea street. The Office Hours 9 to 11 a. 11.; 6 to 8 r. M. 959-284 " EO. L, BABCOCK, Teacher of the Piano-forte, Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co., The No. 105 Fort St.,... , Honoliiiu. The Residence Nd. 11, Emma street. 437-388 The D. The T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D . D. S. 1 he Dr. Dental Rooms on Fort Street, Honolulu ,. ..., ,..,..11. I. Office in Drawer's Mock, corner Hotel and Fort Streets, entrance on Hotel Street 310-261 E OHN H. PATY, J Notary Public and Commission of Deeds, No. For the Stales of California and New York. Office at the Hank of Bishop & Co. Honoiulu, Oaiiu, H.I. 210-261 T A. THURST...

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

. .. h if ' & K i. ft H. IIP Kf' i ftej I '!. THCB Jlniltj If Molulu $Vm IS PUBLISHED EVERT 'lilAilNlk'G . 1Qxi &umliyn.. . 4 . A At the Oirice, Nb.29 Mercha'hUSt: Tint us- of siriistuirvrrox. Ptr annum ;'."""' 'V i $6.P SU months....".;..'..".'.'.". ............ 3-o Three months '-50 Per month.. ...... 5 Po.t.Me kildiildnat. X3 SiibsffliiHoii' fiitable atteuyn , ' . . ' ' UtW communications from ill parti of the Kingdoin will always be very acceptable. ' Matter intended for publication In the editorial olumin should be addreed to - KuItok Dii.v Honolulu PRtlSS. Uuunrss communication anil advertisements should be adJrused timplr "Bulns Manager," DAILY HONOLULU l'BESS, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertlsement,''t6 ensure, prompt Insertion, should ' e handed in befoie ft r. i. TUESDAY,. . ....... FFU. 23, 1886. The Republican newspapers of the Eastern United States are already engaged in, making nominations for President in 1888. The last man named is theCahfornia monopolist,...

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

TUB Will 1jo for bhI n'.tilvnt liio IM110BB : J. M. OAT, Jr, & Co, ..Mtrclu . 1. U 1I1KUJU I ., .,,, CRVSrAh SODA WORKS ". .V....-." JtaSwlES '(tie Cm In pff Coiij, notiok to HuusanmEiis. Owing to (lie 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 delicr the paper to our patrons residing in the suburbs of the city. Orders sent by Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 337, or by mail, will receive prompt attention, Proi's. Daily Honolulu Press. LOCAL NEWS. Only two steerage passengers for Honolulu by the Australia. It is reported that Emerson's Minstrels will arrive here from the Colonies by the Mararoa. We regret to learn that Mr. J. W. Yarndley is confined to his bed with an attack of rheumatism. Five lepers were sent to the leper settlement, on Molokai, by the schooner Mile Morris last evening. At the tent to-night Elder Healey will lecture on temperance, illustrating the subject by ch...

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

Is I r . jcJ W t... PARTING. London Socloty. Pasi on I nnd leave me atandltiK bora alone, My sunt predicts the futuro holds for thco wealth and the fame of men. It hath for me Life's humbler duties. Dear, thy every tone Hath mode my pathway brighter. No weak . moan 8hri.ll pass my lips becauso my eyes may see Thine nevermore on earth; nltho1 the tree ' Hang loaflos o'or my head that once neighed down With Its abundant harvest Many n ray Pram out the golden post shines on the rains But for the storm arid tean of life, ths day Had never Its fair ralnbiw. Blessed pain That makes us trust our Father, till the way Ixiils haavonward, friend, and we elasp bands ngnlnl A Young Swell' Wnltont. d'hlbdelphla Ct. rhlcnzd Tribune. Thrco or four weeks ago tho very youthful sou of a millionaire whoso wifo is struggling hard to got into what nro considered tho Inner social circles, got back from u thrco months' in London. lie loiingod about the clubs and tho hotols in which tho representatives of w...

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