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

' J M m J " Daily Press VOL. II. NO 2. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1886. WHOLE NO. 155. W7 IN A LOOKING-GLASS. Pi'ofeBsioiml dnris. $htsiuc00 (Stntbc. Uusmcss (ttnrbs. Xttsunutu Jlotices. glupphig.' 4 jhipping. f t K 4 X b If . f v HABIT PEOPLE HAVE OF GAZING ON THEM3ELVE8 IN MIRRORS.- Not Ooe Person Out; of Ton Can KeaUl the Temptation A Keporter'a Observations Dude, Working-man, Fine Lady, Clnclunntl Enquirer. "Did you ever stand hore a few minutes and watch pooplo admire themselves lit the mirror? ' remarked a gentleman to an Enquirer roportor as tho two wero standing at the entrance of tho Arcado. " No. Why do you ask r " "Well, you just ought to take a position here for a whllo aud keep your ojes open. You will see things that will mako you laugh. " It was a few minutes atter 0 o'clock, and the great army of working people, clerks, mechanic and professional men were hurrying and scurrying to and fro on their way home to partake of the evening meal. A. great ma...

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

1 'MlIWgJffl'yWW'lW THE J)mfy Honolulu JPrm IS PUBLISHED EV15KY MORNING At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. Trr w,s oi'sirnsvitri'Tiox. Ptr ani,um s.... $f.co Six months. . . . 300 Three months. 1 1130 Pit month 5cl Pottage additional, tar Subscription I'aynhlr hi Ail Vance Brier communication from all parts or the Kingdom, "111 ni.jr oe jery ncccpiame. Matter, Itilmdril for; publiraiion In the ed.itirhl 'mni should be aildrrs.ed fo Kuitor Daily HonoiuU' Prntss busiurss communications anu aavirusements oliould ke addressed simply "Iluslncst Manager," Daii.y IIonoi.i Lit Tress, 'Honolulu, Hawaiian Island. Advertisement', to ensure prompt insertion, should c naniirn,;n oeinte o r. si. TUESDAY ..... 4 MARCH 2, 1886. The frequency of burglaries and thefts around town lately is only another proof of the insufficiency of the police department as it is run in Honolulu. There is not a night that policemen cannot be found quietly sleeping on the streets In the business portion of town; it is ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 March 1886

IF fcC 4' SM iv: ( vf T. OJTHRUM..I. THE "rfpypr' f yvrtll 1 for mile Tl.illyut lh I'lllOOH : J. M, OAT, Jm&Co... Merchant street tlrrd GKYSTAUSODA WORKS Hotel strecef rivn Cfiif ;r Co))i. LOCAL NEWS. The liarkcntine V. H. Dimond sails for San Francisco tomorrow afternoon, taking a mail fof the Coast. On account of the continued illness of Mr., J. W. Yarndley, there will be no meeting of the Y. M. C. A. singing .clnssr this evening. A meeting of the Strangers Friend Society will be held in the Chinese Y. M. G A. building, Bcrctania street, at two o'clock this afternoon. The annual meeting of the stockholders in the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company, will be held at the Company's office at ten o'clock this morning. The steamer Iwalani sailed for Niihau and Kauai last evening, intending 'to get the boiler of the wrecked steamer Planter at the former place. The whaling bark Wanderer, Captain Thurman, is expected here to-day. The Wanderer was off Hawaii last Friday, bound to tii...

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

CTirwi4llwi!lIMt DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1886. A..-!!.! VMikAk v l a yjfMeiiif,nf"t .ww ' A STORY OF WALL STREET. A Youuc Clerk' Kuii of Luck Ammlne To the Older Slreet Men. IBrooklyn Battle. So many stories Arc told about the rise of rnon in Wall sticot that tboy seldom attract as much attention now &t tboy did years ago, whon speculation was carried on with caution. Uno of the mast arnus Ing spcclmons of Wall street men is to bo seen overy day on his way to tho "stroof in a brougham of his own, with a team of bays and an I ngllsh coachman on tho box. 'Within tho brougham sits the speculator, leaning forward on his cano and looking thoughtfully at his well gloved hands. IIo has a palo ana almost ortemlunto face, and his manner is reserved and austore. lie Is very much moro exduolvo and elegant In the mutter of pcrsoiial enjoyment, 24 years old, and in deportmont more dig nlned than Mr. Gould, Mr. Connor, or Henry Clows most of whom go up and down in tho olevatod...

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

m. PW!flPWIlllVlBl!'9IBP!'lF 'ifWPrW''JWiw'',w'ffr -"--,' w 1 r.rt:eiWviWftpf?HtrWWrjr rmi"pr t p ( y "T -v f"v " VT5 '" , HlK 1 A - mji 'Si"- a8M&aia,.'hili1' m twV,i:'L,8' " t3"s'! S'yrr!lj3:3SCi Press k . - , . , ' . . VOL. II. NO 3. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1886. WHOLE .NO. 156. BRILLIANTS. A docent boldncfi ovor ma it? with frlondn, Bdcceed", and oven a strangar rocainntiMitla. Popo. For life and death with Ood oro 011a; Unchanged by ssoraliig change, His euro And love are round us bore and there; He break no throad Ills hands have spun. 8 nin delays, they brood romoro; Take thy time whllo tlmo is lent thee; Creeping snail have woakust force; F.y their fault, lost thou repent thee, flood is beat when fooneit wrought, Lingering labors come to naiisht. Siuthwell. An American Dunn In 1'nrls. Il'arls Oop. New York World ) To eivo an idea of tho wav in which our dnmua and damsels occasionally con. uuci incir i'arisiau. shopping, i well tell the story of a ...

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

t & TIEI33 3PmItf If mrolulu JVm IS PUBLISHED "ICx;otf Juiilti.yw. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tkiihs or' HunVattri'Ttos. Ptx anbutu t .... $600 . Slx months ' 3 00 Vi Threemomlu . 1.50 IVrmonth . ......v so"' Pottage Additional. r. A, 1ST Sfberlpllon I'liitille n7ir)A fii .M- VKC Brief communications from all parts of tlje Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended for, publhation in the editorial elutmis should be addressed to I'.ditu Daily" Honolulu Panes Biislnesi communications and aosertisements should be addtessed iralv""lusintss Manager," Daiiy Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt' insertion, should r handed in before A I. M. WEDNESDAY .'..MARCH 3, 1886. The does "go around the Opposition papers," dear contemporary, but he docs not "go around "the Advertiser ; he has been striking right viciously at it for the last three months and if you fail to dodge there will be a journalistic funeral. The Government organ n...

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

M ,' " 1 rjr to 5,- far.-' i X mi w ' i-.,- If lt 1 .J1 . I V ?U. sr i.. ,v - I. TUB Jlmty If ottolufu Jvttt Will lin for snle Dully at lhc Pol- lowing Pluoes : JJMAOAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street Wothrum Korttri CRYSTAL SODA WORKS , .Hotel Mreeet Vlvf Cunt irr Co;i, LOOAIi NEWS. Services will be held in the different Churches as usual this evening. The Intermediary Court opens at ten o'clock this morning, to hear unfinished 'cases. The barkentine W. H. Dimond sails for San Francisco to-day, taking .1 mail tor the coast. The natives oii the O. S. S. wharf amused, themselves yesterday morning, chasing rats. The steamer Kinau will be lowered ifrom thh Marine Railway today, and will sail on her regular route at twelve o'clock noon to-morrow. ("Honolulu was visited by several heavy rain showers last night, which left the streets in their usual disagieeable condition after a rain storm. The tug EleU is receiving a general overhauling. iCommodore Rice says he will 'make her shine like a...

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

Wmi ' lHH";,"? Km'imur DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1886. 5C PINE. MANNERS FOR PARISIANS. (General Uiuertificntcnts. (General bbcrtiocmcntG. (ScncbU uucrttficmcittfi. (Scncritl dPbcttiGcmcnto. (General ,Huucrnscmcitt&. A Clint M to the Utile Civilities Due to MIih and Madntn. (Tarls Cor. Now Orleans ric,vunf).l A very witty and Intelligent Pnrlnlcnnc, of high social rank, has recently declared as follows: "Gentlemen should always bow first to Indies, nurses, and priests. A. truo gontlouian will saluto tho host, ra llgious funerals, tho llae of a parting regiment Nuns nod priosts should bo saluted everywhere, but in tho civo of a lady tho placo where she is mot with do cldca whether she is to bo saluted or not. Whenever a gcntlomau meets a lady of his acquaintance in a public placo ho should uncover completely in saluting hor, if ho speaks to her ho should rcraaiu uncovered until sho ro mests him to replace. his hat If tho lady Is riding in a carriage ho should alway...

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

sL UU KiA .4 Ai Jr.l A j i.lu, . . 14 ?' m I T71 CH rN 'IM Daily r KKibs. . i. .J t. : M too VOL. II. NO 4. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1886. ' Hw fak !.' V WHOLE -NO. 157. WEATHER LORE. J3iofc0sioiral darbs. Uufitnccs CTnris. ghtsincss QDtrto. nsurante dtotfrec. ''' i ' '( Shipping. Shipping. s. r$ i y -ft IW t ' "N K UNRELIABILITY OP THE "OLDEST INHABITANTS A3 A PROPHET. Animals' Tnstlnctlvo Foreknowledge of IVeiither Clmuiiei Tho llruto ttou Not ltolliiblo rrniilietii Sol- 'eutlQu rrucuostlcatlous. t Chlcajro News Interview. On one of tho south avenues dwells a retired mcrclmut known to nil his friends n.8 an accurate and painstaking meteorological ohservcr. lio was found nt his homo by a repoiter and proved to bo tho possessor of an Inoxhaustiblo fund of weathcr'loro. ""What kind of a winter are we going tohavei("lio repeated "Well, I should say a cold one. As far as It is possible to forecast tho weather tho indications aro that next winter will bo unusually ...

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

B- fWriVlffiffW & THE Jtatfy ! oimlulu $rm IS PUBLISHED EVERY ' :ipq Tt2c;t;5.vS:inIiyHi.' , '.tr ArtheXOflicej Nof2g Merchant St, . k -ft. trusts or svitsantvrTosi Pr annum , tutv.WTJS. ' $6oo SUmontM . 'K Z i 00 Jhrte months .:-,. wvr. ... . 1.50 Per month r M ..... 5cn , Pottnse additional. , ' iUT Suhkci'lptloits Paytihte Uvay In Atl mure Brief communication from all parts of the Kingdom will alwayslc very acceptable. Matter intended fur publication in the editorial otmnrn should be tddriued to Editor Da.Ly Honolulu Press. Ha shies communications 'and advertisements should bt add 1 toed dimply "HuSiness Manager," Daily Honolulu Purss, Honolulu," Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should 11 an iieu in hcinre n p. m. THURSDAY.... MARCH 4, 1886. FROM FATAL FIGURES I Accuracy of statement is essential to the right understanding of any question. Advertiser of March 3d. ,MfT. We told vou yesterday, centletoruan. that if you failed to dodge Jh'e' "fool- k...

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

r, ' u 1 & tf IF ' r t VT i-' f i .' BMUMWIiMIM THCB Jhtilij !f ottolultr JVm Will bo for milo Matlvnt the L'luoi'H : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co street T.G. THRUM (ortitreet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Mreeet ' Vlen Cent por Cop, LOCAL NEWS. The Steamer morrow. W. G. Hall is due to- The steamer Kinau sails on her regular route an twelve o'clock noon today. The regular monthly meeting of the Honolulu Rifles was held in the Armory last evening. Do not forget the cash sale of E. 1 Adams & Co., to lie held at ten o'clock this morning. It is announced that His Majesty the King will go to Hookcna, Hawaii, by the steamer W. G. Hall next Tuesday. The steamer Geo. W. Elder will be here from San Francisco on next Alon-day the 8th inst., with news up to the i st inst. Thre will be no meeting of the Choral and Quintette club this evening, on account of the continued illness of Mr, J. V. Yarndley. The annual meeting and sociable of the Fort-sired Church will be held next Thursday evening, inst...

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

CHAT WITH A CHOIRMASTER. Mininglng a Hoy Choir Jentomloi of n Chorua lletween the Hymn. (New York Time" Intorvlew.l "What class contributes mostly to tho choirs?" "Any and all, almost. Often sons of tho members of tho congrogatioii have Hiittablo volcos, or bo 's in tlio neighbor hood, It makes no dllTcrcnco whero thoy como from if thoy can sing. For my own part, I don't want tho church members' sons: they arc apt to fancy themselves somewhat moro privileged than outsiders. It is a dllllcult thing in many instances to manago a boy choir. You sco tho pay is not, as a general thing, sulllcicnt to provo any vory great nttradlon, and after tho novelty wcais o!f it Is froijuentlj lrnrd to keop them in regular attendance, Ma y of them rcsont, too, tliu sharp training which alono can Insure perfection. Alto gothcr, tho lot of tho choirmaster is not a happy one, if ho Is faithful and successful "Tho malo choirs do away, I suppose, with tho quartet choirs?" "said tho ro porter. " I anally, y...

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

"l5r!PtTiF' JV wjPhW'''w'jtw?siif,?p,ir' ' '-, "ifjf ywjT'w 'vi TjT nyjaa. ' vjjjsj. w T,T . V i ; it!' 9fiv - M - Daily 'V, -V VOL. II. 'NO 5. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1886. WHOLE NO. 158. JOHN M'CULLOUGH. Jrofes$to',ml (Earbc. xs'mtsB Qtnvrjs. gxmntsB (STatbs. Bumranxe dpotictu hipping. ,rl effttftins, "-. . Pt r 'V x. tt lA PATHETIC scene at his last rehearsal IN CHICAGO. Tlio Company Go Through the " Gladiator" to Humor the Actor A Time of Universal Sorrow Tlio Urealtlug Dowu. (Inter Ocean. 1 Tho leading actor In support of Mr. McCullough tlio last season he ployed was Joseph Haworth. and ho it was who played 1'harsarius to tho Spartacus of tho great actor tlio memorable night at Mo icker's. Mr. 1 la worth recently gavo a sadly Intorestlne accounl of tho flual performance, and then described a scene that few other than tho company Wo need tnako no oxcuso for tho words of ono who loved McCullough scarcely loss than he admired him. "Tho next morning wo woro all...

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

fr I IE' r c i , i r 1-,'y r if u V THE 'iSi -.'Y ' ' "' ' T!itf,'Wv,, " ' wtf"" f "t '" " ' 'MB ' 1 ;"Y- "!F'v!t 'i"Vy '&.? r ?yv DAILY HONOLULU f&. P ft 5. 1886. Jlaify minluhi $rm IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOlUN t $t fti. Exoel JSumlttyM 8 ::4 ( At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. 1 TitN.ua of Tf annnm.... .XT .$6.00 Sit month.... r. 3.0a Ttire nonius. . I.50 ...........jtfi.li.. Tet month . . . 5ctt Postage addition. Sf 8ulrlptlun reunite nUmiyt In Alt- BrUf communications from all pari or the Kingdom w. II always b very acceptable. , Matter intended Tor publicilluif in tin editorial lumn should bo addressed to Bditu Daily Honolulu Pitas. B;uu.ut communications ami auverusements should t ajdrened simply "Busifteel'Mariaiitf," ' IjAtl.T HnKOLVLV PKKSA, Honol.ita, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to eftfure, prompt insertion, should handed in before 6 Y. M. , FRIDAY MARCH . 5. 1886. The" Rct. E. C. Oggel's sermon of last Lord's day did not appear in our col it nuts, as it will ap...

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

'"L. r" ht- n . s t . v n ", , - Hi-: w. K-. '-" i - ' F k Rv y?7 5r u "J Vive Cent )cr Oopif. LOCAL NEWS. "Vil t TUB Jhriltj 'Jfntmlulu J?raa Will 1o for mile I j illy nt Uu I'ltiqes: I, M. OAT, Jr. & Co,. . T 0. TIIR1JM CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Merchant Mreet ....Foil street ,. lintel treeet Good rains are reportedon Maui. i - ' - Lawyer Peterson is reported nt Spreckclsvillc.'' The Reamer W. G. Hall is due from the other hlands to-day. , ... The steamer Geo. V Elder may be expected any tune after to-morrow night. The dealers in firearms and the lock smiths ought to be doing a good busi ness these times. A meeting of the Honolulu Library and Reading Room Association wax held last evening. Our Maui correspondent reports that "one of Mr Girvin's attractive derks at Wailuku is about to double lip," A partial eclipse of the sun will be visible here this morning, commencing at 10:20 a. m. and ending at 1:20 r. m. The "new departure" of the steamer James I. Dowsett, fills East Maui with j...

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

vi Pfr f Si i I it - " ft Mot On-Tit)i iss Many Lit-o Lost In lUlnjc Dynamlto rs with the fowder Itrenltlng Armor f 'Mate l'eoutlnr Effect. (New York Times. "Many pcoplo who read about ilviin mlto explosions and tho occasional dam-ago dono to property by careless or criminal uso of tho explosfvo have little Idea of tho real commercial value of lliii stul," said a manufacturer rccciilly. "To tho public the word dynamite conjures up pictures of powdered rocks and mangled lintba. To thoso familiar with OMloslvos " savon only of that which Is safo and useful. Pooplo hear at onco when a disaster happens, but of course thero Is no reason why they shodtd keep track of the thousands of times tho slutr Is used with out disaster. Herons dynamlto was in- vented and woro Used In ! blasting. F uses were mndo that would burn away gradually until the charge was reached. When blata failed to go off tho miner or quarrymab often went to the hole in which tho powder was placed to see what was the matt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 6 March 1886

L . H '"V ' - '" 7rf R Daily Press. VOL. II. NO 6. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1886. WHOLE NO. 159. HYGIENIC ADVICE. iU'rjfcssiomtl QTiivius. $itsincso (Hatiitf. $usmc0S GTrtrtiB. Insurance Notices. ,. Shipping. flipping. CHECKED PERSPIRATION ONE OF THE CAUSES OF DISEASE AND DEATH. Tho ffmlo Matter of tho Human Syatnm Thrown Out Through tho Fores Tor- rlble Itesults of Cureleaauoss or Ignuranoe. (Hall'B Journal of ltealtli.1 Checked perspiration is tho fruitful ?' 'of sickutjscaso .aud, death ta, rrtuluiUdea every year. If a teakettle of wator Is boiling on tho flro, steam is seen issuing from tho spout carrying tho extra heat with It; hut if tho lid bo fastened down and tho spoUt bo plugged a deJ structivo explosion follows in a very short time Heat is constantly generated within the human body by tho chemical disorganization, tho combustion of tho food wo cat. There aro 7,000,000 tubes or pores on the surfaco of tho body, which in health arc constantly Open, con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 6 March 1886

IWwV '.pijff w ' i V? . DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1886. T3E333 J)mfy !f uuolulit $TO$ f I IS PUBLISHED f EVERY MOfllNlM? Kxcopt tSuiidnyss?. At the Office, No. 20 Merchant St, U4 (,1'JH'V H '. f "J'J " , hWHnji ,1V Mif!?' THJt.u.i or sunaottii'Tios. Pttr&Ritum . ....... , .. .. . .$600 Su months . ,TjJiW. ..wi.t,,...r.tl -3.00 rtrniontli v.V,.. V iW.i.ril.t. . '.5cts' Postage aitdittonal, X3" fiubscrttllohii l'njytit iiicujt in ,!i(- vaMfft fi r aaAl a tiritf tonimuiiieaiions from II baitfofithe'Kinrfili 0111 will always be verv accerjfablft.l4l,iA'ssJ Matter intend, i , for. nulilicatiuri in th editorial olumn. should Uddj?d.o;j Qj UlA ( IUI1UB IM1L1 I1UI1ULUI.U rKStb, Buliue&ft communicatio&iuqiaavcrtismfnts should fci Rddrsel limply "lliumcst Manager," DaILY HONOttJLll l'RES.4, Honolulu, HfcHaiiftii Island. 1 1 AJvertUcmenU, to eimure prompt insertion, should a nADuea in utiore r p. m. SATURDAY .....MARCH 6, 1886 "Wj-: admit," says the Advertiser, "that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 6 March 1886

r P'( ss W 1 f J ' -W 3" , tr"w h - M V . Vr DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, Ji886. SlJ a!fW&LVJ I JiH JJ ifftA bfci& Uf(in THE "Will b for Halts Dully Ul llm 'Following VlnooH : I. M. OAT, In. il Co , .. Merchant street T. 0 THRUM .. Kortrt CRYSTAL SODA WORKS ....... llolrl Mrfeet JHve Cfinta pv Copy. LOCAL NEWS. Do not forget the peifoiniance of the Merry Makers to-night. The steamer Geo. W. Elder is due here any time after to-night. The young men's Bible class meets in the Y. M. C. A. parlor at 9:45 o'clock to-morrow morning. For any information in regard to the fast trotting stallion "Venture," inquire of N. F. Burgess, King street. The "Missionary Gleanen" will meet this afternoon at half-past two o'clock. All members will please be present. The annual meeting of the Star Mill Company will be held at the office of W. G. Irwin & Co. at ten o'clock next nionday morning. The regular cash sale of J. Lyons' will be held at ten o'clock this morning at his salesro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 6 March 1886

' r DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1886. Hydrophobia In It Harllor Rtntr. tCor. London Telornpli.1 I wish to diminish tho terrible 0T1 of hydrophobia by pointing out how disease may easily bo noted In Its on stages, antf provontlvo measured ni'mi bo taken If an animal slubbers from 1 mouth, and has a hanging of the l" jaw, accompanied by a peculiar chiui.rr tlio bark, It Is a clear ciiso of dumb rubV nulto as contagious as tbo other other form .of .rabies Is moro i.t 11.. it B and Is qvon mord friendly tliunfusu,i' J i oxhlblts'a Blrang"o norvousfiossf at anything that otronus him and Invi !. thai peculiar rabid bark which, a 1 hoard, can novcr bo forgotten. If the U tho slightest alteration In tho bark of dog it should at onco bo put In qua. a 1 tina " 1 'iiiWi 1 If any ona has tho misfortune to twluKi' 1 by a mad dog tho best thing to dots to suds tho wound at onco. drawing as much blood as possible This is far uottcr than cauterization. Pollco o'l'cers or other of flcla...

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