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

4 H. y if?' ?"' " ,HP?'''?i5!7l,1'fP$ k vpyjpnfw ' i'v f' "l'". r ')Ki'"8( .viWTV"''7 - ""wjprk rki f h -. . affWl.tw f 'f ""if- --;:i " yw -"i- 4iLj . Daily Press ! w vg ,. L " " X VOL. II. NO 22. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1886. 4'. WHOLE NO. 175. STRAY VERSES. Of all tho grlof8 tbot barrow tho distrust, Bure tlio mot bitter la ft scornful Jest Dr. Samuol Johnson. . You lazy loon, If. dainty plgoous A Up to bis moutb, flow, Ho would not losto them, no, not be. Unless woll oarvod and sorvod up tool OoetUo. Lut m bo llko tht bird, ono Instant lighted Upon a twig tbat ffwlngs; lie reels It yield, but sings on, unaffrlghted, Knowing ho has his wings. D Edwin Arnold From Hugo. The kouI' dark cottage, battered and decayed, Lets In now light through chinks that tlmi has made; Stronger by weakness, wlor men become r As they draw near to their eternal homo. Getting Milk Cndor. Dlfflenltles. tPa'estlns 0r. New York Sun. No. This plain oxtonds in an unbroken lovel to tbo...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 March 1886

'?- t l l JW I1" "U f ' rMw TTtfc"1 ! DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1886. TjcSCEJ Jjhtify xmolulu $Vm IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MORNING EXCEPT SUrfBA YS, At the Office, Mo. 29 Merchant St. t Hints or Hitnsonti'xios. Perannura .... t$6oo Six months , 3 I hree months I. so Per month . 50 ctJ Postage additional. t3T Ntihsertpttoii i'.ijnWe tit Ailranre Brief communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, its well as business communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Dailv Honolulu Tress, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must, be handed in before 9 f. !., to ensure prompt insertion. , t . , Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r. THURSDAY. . . . MARCH 25, 1886, The letter of Dr. Trousseau printed in yesterday's Advertiser is to the point both in matter of fact and in form of argument. Let us sec, the case now stands : ten reputable doctors of Honolulu vs. the President of- the Hawaiian "lay Board of Health." ...

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

. r tr j. - ; 1 S 4 0" Iv ' I . K, i 1 -T s? v ,- r.. W- T.. I fe THE Jbtiltj If ottolulu $Vm "Will bo.for Halo IJitllvai ilio Following 1'luoorj : J. M 0Tr In. &Co Merchant utreet "ho. THRUM Tort street ,,CRYSL'AL SODA WORKS HotcHlieeet 1 Vive Cent per Copy. . r - LOCAL NEWS. The mountain Ohias are now getting ripe and will soon appear in the market again. The next mail due from the Coast is advertised to arrive here by the G. W. Elder on Sunday, April 4th. George Vogt has opened a neat shop on Fort street, above Hotel. Call and see him if-you want a good, clean shave. Shipping men say that if the W. G. Irwin has fair winds she will airive in San Francisco before the steamer Santa Maria. The steamer Iwalani is due here from Kauai this morning, and the V. G. Hall from Maui and Hawaii tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. J. Lyons has opened a millinery and dressmaking establishment on Hotel street, next door to Lewis & Co.'s grocery store. A correspondent wishes to know who are the heirs...

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

U't ""VFTWWMl 'J13s)BJWj ." 3fr 'n ; 'XjflB""iS f' .-V."." "?' DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1886. Tho Metroimtl iif r.llierla. tOor. Now York Tlmos.1 Hut provided ouo Las no objection to tllo tHcro within a year or so, Monrovia U doubtless a plcasnut place unougU. Tho few houses visible from tho sea poop out very plcturos'piely through tho great mass of dark foliago that clothos tho further slopo of tho promontory behind which lies tho town, laid out at right angles in tho stylo of BU Petersburg-and Now York. Tho dark green headland boldly outlined ; against tho warm dreamy blue of tho j irujictti sny, uiu rung, uurruw niruui ui t' bright orange traced by tho sandy beach, I. tlia nnrltnda Tin rt 4tArttnf linlttml tt rtnl IHU UUl4)lwgi IlliU VFi. WVUIU'4 U.UIUU (,1s IIUII the smooth sunlit sea all around, mako up a charming tableau, which is very effectively completed by tho Jagged crescent of black-pointed rocks that start up out of tho shining waters at tho extremity o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 March 1886

4 ?TS X J I V V" WjTV . ' 22mm2 & Daily Press. VOL. II. NO 23. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1886. & WHOLE NO. 176. ' EVOLUTION OF THE LAMP. Origin mill Cliniicos or tlio ropulnr and Uofnl HoiisolioM Ornmuent. I IBoston Globe. " As used by tho Egyptians, Qrcoks, ind Hebrews, Inmps wore simply lint vossols, round or oblong In sbnpo, at ono end of which was a small handle, at tho other a nozzle, and with a largo opening in tho ccntor, into which tho oil was poured. Tho oil commonly used was vegetable, but, according to Pliny, somotiincs of liquid bitumen. Thcso lamps, mnuy of very olognnt form and ornamentod with fanciful designs, were hung by chains to bronzo candelabra. Tarontum'nnd .Eglna wore especially famed for making them of great oleganca Among tho Canadian French tho samo low, oval, metallic vessels, furnished as in early days -with a handle at ono end and a nozzlo at the other, may still bo scon, Bomo aro made to bo carried in tho hand, whllo others a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 March 1886

THE Jhufy !f mtalulu JPrm IS PUIlt.ISIIED EVERY MOllNING EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tkkms or .svnsvitii'Tro.v. Per annum $6.00 Six months . . ...... 3 ro Threr months ..... 50 Per month .. .. . ..sods Pustnxe additional. &5T Hiibnttrtptioux fi;nb?e in Ailritiirr Hrief communication from nil parts of the Kingdom will tAv.z s be acceptable. All millers intended for publication, as well ns business communications and idvertisements, should be addressed to Daily HriNoLtii.it Pfss, ItoNntxu', II. I, Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to eisure prompt insertion Arthur Jolwsfonti, Editor and Prop'n FRIDAY.... -....MARC II 26, 1886. The latest logical crank is Mr. Henri Cernuschi, called the "Italian champion of bi racialism," who has recently declared, during a lecture at Paris, that the scarcity of gold has nothing whatever to do with the money question, and adds: "If, today, all the silver francs, shillings, marks and roubles of Europe were sudd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 March 1886

-a' t 1 I ,jfw"s,,v 1 '"j. mi. ? ' ! tts; w 4 ' "1. fr J wL .f' r . V r ft t , Nik, lv I-'. rxr , li," W" -&' u . s di 4 r ' ?S 1.3S, THE Jlmljj Ifxmtflulu $rm 'Will bo for buIo lOully lit llio XMiiooh : I. M. OAT, Jr. i Co .Merchant street T. O 'IIIKUM . . . . Port utreet CRYSTAL SOI) WORKS ...Hotel strceet Vivo Cents jii'i Copi. LOCAL NEWS. The lightning was very vivid last evening. Sorrie of the streets were scraped after the rain yesterday. ' - The steamer Iwalani sailed for Kauai at s o'clock last evening. A heavy rain shower occurred in Honolulu ahout noon yesterday. a The would-be-dude element of Honolulu have been investing in canes. The steamer Kilauca Hou brought no further news in legard to the Volcano. The tug Eleu is laid up for a short season in order to give her a new coat of paint. The steamer Santa Maria sails for San Fiancisco to-morrow, taking a full cargo of sugar and a mail. Captain O'Connor had the pleasure of drilling a new lot of recruits for the Queen's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 March 1886

The Gnnrit nt Uurfleld'n Innib. Garfield's tomb hits now boon guarded by the military for four years. Tho tl tachmont of soldiers which was ordered to mount guard on tho Iron gntcs and prevent a despoilment which was navor threatened and no or really feared is still there. Nightly the sentinel strides back nnd forth, a curiosity to bcreccli owls in the trees and a fatal and unnecessary warning to tho agents of medical colleges, whoso scientific resenrch takes no thought of dead presidents. Not long ago n story was in circulation that ono of tho soldiers on guard In Lako View cemetery had become lnsano and had been scut to the government asylum nt "Washington. 'Jho story has never boon verified and at tho tomb nothing can bo learned of the nffalr, which is clouded in mystery. Awaiting tho construction of the Gar-Held monument, tho remains of Ohio's favorite son rest in tho Scoflold vault, half a mile from tho site selected for the monument. Oarflold's coffin is In plain sight of all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 March 1886

4 i .itcte w1?"Wil(ifflffWWWWJ vtrf' w 1 ?i Daily Jr .. ma. ' 7jCT VOL. II. NO 24. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1 WHOLE NO. 177. FROM THE DIARY OF JOHN ADAM9. Mill Nye GItoh Somo Vntertntnlni; Tho Jlnslii of BtnteMiiuiishlp. ft Is with grout difficulty thnt I write this entry In my diary, for this moriilng Abigail thought best for mo to cnrry tho oleander down the cellar, ns the nights hayo been growing colder of late. I do not know which I dislike most, foreign usurpation or tho oleander. I lmvo carried th5t plnnt up and down stairs every time tho weather has changed, and the ncklo elements of Now England have kopt mo rising and falling with tho thermometer, and whenever I raised pr fell I most always had that scrawny oleander im my arms. Richly has It repaid us, however with its long, green, limber branches and its little yellow nubs at the end. How full of promise is tho glorious Scandinavian plant wo call the Ole Andre. How full of promises to tho oye that aro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 March 1886

ij i i 'i y y HriiMi 11 1 tmtdmmtm tumaamam m iflmn Jlnify Jrmululu $ras IS PUBLISH!'.!) EVERY MOKNINO EXCEPT SUiVDA YS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. ... TElt.U, OF SVIISOHII'TIOS. Per annum $6.00 Ssiv months 3" Three months '5 I'ermonth 1 ; So"' Po'taxe additional. JET Subserlpttowi J'tilnblr In Ailvnurv Brief communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters Iniended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Press, Hovolumi, If. I. Advertisements must be handed in befurc 9 I'. M., to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r. SATURDAY.... MARCH 27, 1886. The San Francisco mortuary report for the week ending March 13th is noticeable from the fact that oat of ninety-eight deaths one dcatli was from leprosy. a-,. The Press invites correspondence on the proposal to organize a branch "Tongue Guard Society" in Honolulu, upon the basis of a constitution similar to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 March 1886

H fin-" -( L i w I 1- THEE JDmlij fotmlulir JVm Will 1 for bhIo Uully nt thu JLMuoes ; J, M. OAT, Jr. & Co . Merchant street T. G. THRUM I'ott street CRY5TAI, SODA WORKS ,. .Hotel Vtve Cents per Copy. LOCAL NEWS. The barkentine Amelia is on the Marine Railway. The street cleaners were at work on Merchant street yesterday. The steamer George -W. Elder is due here one week from to-morrow. Captain Dudoit, of the steamer J. I. Dowsett, has resigned his position. ... .I. .i The steamer Kinau is due here from Maui and Hawaii to-morrow morning. Ur, Henri McGrew returned from Hawaii by the W. G. Hall yesterday afternoon. ' A beautiful monogram in gilt letters has been placed over the new Chinese Club House. Mr. Dan Logan, editor of the Bui at Min, returned from a trip to the Vol- cano yesterday afternoon. Mr. T. G. Thrum has remained over at the Volcano to collect later data and will probably return by the next steamer. A reception was tendered Miss G. Eldridge and Miss N. Adams at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 March 1886

fTMfjsrww? wTiwpwpii",c.w i 1l,'f4T3,ptKflWTO,, rroacrTBtlnn or T mbnr In Docks. ' Heir York.'Lotter. Tho question of llio proscrvutton of wood used for docks and pUIag has an Important factor of cost In Tho action of wator on wood, and tho dcstructlvcacss of tho whon considered In connoction with tho rapid donlotton of tho forests of the country, making lumber costly, lmvo hastoucd invention to preserves such timber from both sources of decay, I waa talking with a member of tho dock commission tho othor day, when ho said to mo that croosotlng seemed to bo tho only remedy, but was too costly. Col. V. P. Caiiaday, sergeant at-arms of the United States, tells mo that tho peoplo of his stato, Korth Carolina, hava beyond question solvod tho problom. They havo Immonse foiosts of pine, and their shipping interests of pluo, and their nhlppln interests aro largo. Tho average lifo of timber in docks at Wilmington has lnsen about two or thrco years. In that timo tho would literally perforate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 March 1886

4s J TJ-pi, , " "z ?W"""f" .--,";---- "fwrsvBfTv Tj?p 1,,ftk '' H Trr" '? - wtwr ' v w - "TJr ,5?5JC5IS'5i3v'" JjU ''i"" ! 7 ''J), V111" rs w"" ""' " "' , njEifT'"'' jp"vrffii.iiBvw mV (""TV" JW i v r - -M, Daily x RE 8 8 VOL. II. NO 25. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1886., WHOLE NO. 178. jar arm?.?54. 177 11 A RHYME OF THE MISSISSIPPI. flrofcsaitmnl (STavus. Dtt6ittc0 Qtartw. justness (ffrttbu. Bumnmcc otica?, Jk, Shipping. Shipping. Kliymo on, rhyme on In ready flow, Uliyme on, oh rhymer, ocr sweet; Tin) story of thy lovo is meet, The Btnrs stand listening to know. T?f A lUiymo on, O river of the earth J Syr dray father of the dreadful seas, "V Illume on. the world upon Its knees Shall yet Invoke thy wealth nnd v, orth. Rhyme on, the reed Is at thy mouth, O, hrother minstrel, mighty stream; The Crescent City llko a dream Hangs In tho heaven of thy south, D Ithymo on, rhyme on, those broken Btrlngs Sings sv ctest In this warm south wind, I sit thy v, lllow hanks nnd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 March 1886

"5TiTfvJWyt lyangywr VrV WMjap ?l"l',W!l(TTj"r,,,ro,'"ftr3f(f, yk,, yp'' r,"V!r,WW - wSN'SSpW! "i"" fj"?ftrlf,,T,Tw,T5f'wr"''' . jfr"" DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1886. P 0 ? I- a TIKE J)mli Honolulu JPraas IB 1'UllMSIlr.t) EVEltY M0UN1NG EXCEPT SUiVDA YS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. miens or sviistiuirrios. Per unburn $fico Six month! 30a 'J hree months 150 l'ernionth. jocts Postage ftddilioriil. t3T SuhscrtpttoHx I'atialilr in Jitvanen Brief communication from all parts of the Kingdom will alwAVH be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well as business) communications and advertisements, should he addressed to Dmlv Honolulu PRtss, Honolulu, II, I. Advertisements must be handed in before 0 r. M., to ensure prompt insertion. A rtlwr Johnstone, Editor and Prop V, MONDAY MARCH 29, 1886. When the "natives" hear the present Administration giving as an excuse that there are "no funds," they ought to supplement the excuse nith an italic interrogation poi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 March 1886

"1 . . 'a '( B i 4 i- V .' V I i t . Wi-'v rttii ' J V. ST-- ...i'. 1V . If- A, 1 . t . L " . U (,- t t"EW!(tf ww? milW!l9'm"'' "m3feW!wrin I THEE JDmlij Ifrnwluiu ?m$ Will bo for mlo Dally it tlio : J. M, OAT, Jr. & Co T. O. THRUM CRYSTAL SODA WORKS rlvo Coifs pel' C'opif LOCAL NEWS. The steamer Santa Maria San Francisco last Saturday taking a full cargo of sugar passengers. Merchint si reel Port slrfd .. Hotel httcret The Iwalani sails for' Kauai at o'clock this afternoon. Engine Company No. last Saturday afternoon. Mr. Thos. G. the Volcano by morning. were (lulling A unit was gicn in the King's boat house last Saturday afternoon. The steamer Kinau arrived from -Maui and Hawaii yesterday morning. The new stores on Fort street, above Dodd's stables, arc almost completed. Thrum returned from the Kinau yesterday Eight bags of mall were sent to Francisco by the Santa Maria San last Saturday. "A penny collar hie in his pocket hie la de da," sang a happy young man last Saturday nigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 March 1886

v 5 f ;. f i- B SW, CWSKJ'WHiJiJIJIfiS A Soldier's Com of l'henomoliiit flrowttt. John Albert Brown's corn Is tho subject of nn ofllclnl roport to tho war "Washington, ami of serious narrative to tho Amcrlcnn Medical society otjthls city. IJrown is a prlvnto soldier In tho United Stntcs nnny, And ho lit Fort Klllot, Texas. Tho account of Ids corn, as made to tho Washington authorities, said that it disabled him from active duty, and recommended gravely enough that ho bo excused from such duties as bore too heavily on his bad foot. Tho roport to tho Scientific is by Surgeon H. C. Nowton, on service at Fort Elliott Tho dimensions of tho corn nro reported by him as phenomenal. It is declared .to bo an Inch In superficial diameter, and of a depth that required tho scalpcl'ond caustics to a wonderful extent for its removal. But it was preslstcnt. Dr. Newton relates that It grow ngain and again after repeated operations, and that it successfully dolled lunar caustic, salicylic ncld, cntir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 March 1886

V f. t ',?7fW)' ?T 7" ; S !J5 " ' "V ' V.' ajr""; rt" , l&l.'1'rmW"1f !-? ',T: :. wJfVswpfW 'JM11?J3W " TWtWraBgWrffiRSfr1 Rt J Daily -v; Press. VOL. II. NO 26. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1886. jj WHOLE NO. 179. HOT HORSESHOES. JJi'ofcsjestomtl (Enris. business (Jlatba. Ihusmifcs Gtnvbs. Insurance Notices, f IS &. gliipplnrj. Shipping. tv h B I J -v ARE THEY PAINFUL OR INJURIOUS TO THE ANIMAL'8 HOOF ? Shoes Mover Uaoil on Any of Sir.' llomior'a Horso What tlio Illacksmlths Hiwo to Sar of tlio Doubtful Fractlco. New York Sun. It Is a practice 'with blacksmiths to hold n hot shoo ngalnst tlio hoof for on Instant whllo tho hoof Is between tlio smith's kneca The visitor standing In tho open doorway of a blacksmith shop may see the opcfatlon any day in city or r country, and from tho volume of smoke and stonm that rises ho is quick to Imagine that tho operation is painful to tho horso. Is It cither painful or injurious? Tho reporter asked liobert Bonner this q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 March 1886

r TUB 3pmfy Honolulu j?rm is published EVERY M011N1NG EXCEPT 'SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TEIIMS or SttJIStiltlVTIOX. Peranounw.i.a f ' J6oo bin months. (,. 300 1 hrec months . . . . ...... 1.50 Pernlonth. ... .!... t ... .a... ..sorts Postage additional. tUT Subnevlvtlonti Vniabtr in Ailvanee Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will alwi; 4 be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, a Well as communication and advertisements, should be addrevrcd to Daily Honolulu Press Honoluiu, If. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r, TUESDAY MARCH 30, 1886. Mr. Julius Smith, Superintendent of Public Works, is reported in yesterday's Advertise? as declaring that dur ing the recent storm on the Island of Kauai "no damage was done to the roads." This is all right as far as it goes; but what the people, who have been reading the newspapers, want Mr. Smith to inform them about is h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 March 1886

Wr? ,f Bf " ,y ST"- '. ., -v i A ; , .is 1. df V' t i - i .-' - x-: y J. M. OAT, Jr. b Co T. G. THRUM. ti3:e Pmltj Ipoutrlulir J?ms Will bo for sale "Dully tit lho I'lllOOH ! .. . .Merclnnt ttrtet I'ort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hold strceet J'ive Cent per Copif. LOCAL NEWS. The steamers Kinau and W. G. Hall sail this afternoon. A strong wind prevailed all day yesterday and last night. The steamship Mararoa will be due here from San Francisco oil the 17th of April. The brigantine Consuclo, Captain Cousins, will be due here to-morrow. She will probably bring a paper mail. After this date Mr. C. K. Miller will attend to all business and have full power of attorney for Mr, C. B. Wilson. 1. I,.,, 1 1 Investors in hats, caps, clothing, underclothing, etc., would do well to call on M. Mclnerny, corner of Fort and Merchant streets." The tern W. S. Bowne sails for San Francisco at 9 o'clock this morning. Any mail.' marked to go by her will be & - received at the Post Office up to 8 o'cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 March 1886

JOHN ROACH'S WAY OF 8AVINQ MEN AT THE BEGINNING OF WRONG-DOING. Or SK.O0O Workmen iro Hns Found nut Sevonlr Guilty of Criminal Con iluct Of Tlioso Ho Wat Aulo to Savo Sixty. tW. A. CroErut In "Whatever happen'," tall John Roach to mo tho other day In tho course of a con. versation, "I shall always have ono thine to comfort mo as I think over tho years that's gone I nover put a man In jail." I said that putting a man lu jail was sometimes the best thing that could bo done. "Yes," he wont on, "at the last extremity. But offenders are generally put In jail In the Infancy of their wrong-doing, and so made criminal) for life. That's tho trouble. (Something happened to me otioa that made me cautious" "I have employal more thar 25,000 different men," ha want on to ay. ' "Thoso men havo built for mo mora than 100 Iron ves boU, and my aunuil pay roll has often boon above $500,009. I was counting up tho other day, and find that, out of 25,000 men, I have discovered more than tovonty in crime ...

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