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

ffmmmmt e. ?s v ,i. l& A. , , :V;.; r WP?!7,?WWJ""',T m?wwiWiyvtiifr'v' ' Hfipl .TTOiWlWgrt"C 1jTPgqWUl)VPVM''iyyi!;'l'lJ'a' ST,?rri5pT,gw '9Sj ft- j ? ' .. Daily WtKtr. Press. " ' ' - - i ' ' ' VOL. II. NO 2. HONOLULU, Hawaiian Islands, Thursday, april 29, 1886. f !f WHOLE NO. 205. &. vmwT THE AUTHOR OF "PINAFORE." 3i'ofc0sional Carta. ' Qmbxtss Carta. Duemc00 Carta. Insurance $t0tkc0. nrj. Shipping. A Cynical and Unsympathetic Mnn Tha Oi.iioslto of Sir Arthur Sullivan. Though nn undoubtedly- brilliant man, Mr. William Sohworik Gilbert la by no means popular with the artists of the theatre, nor a favorite In what Is termed Boclety. The reasons are not far to seek. The author of the "Mikado" and assumes a grand air bl Impertinent tranquillity; possesses onormous In himself, rarely missing an opportunity of saying rasping and eruel things of his contemporaries, and Is In fact hard, cold and unsympathotld In mariner, seldom unbending, except whore his Immediate Interests are c...

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. — 29 April 1886

TKCE Jlniltj Honolulu J?ro IS I'UDLISIIKD EVE11Y MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKII.US OP SOltSCHIPTIOS'. rerannum .... $600 Slxmontl .1 ...300 'J hree month? .. .. .5 Per month......... ' 5 Postage additional, S3" Subscriptions Payable In Advance Brief communications from ill parti of ihe Kingdom will alayi be acceptable. All matter intended for publication, as well as business communication and advertisements, thould.be addressed to Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu,!. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 0 r. M., to ensuie prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r. THURSDAY APRIL 29, 1886. The Press is again delivered through the management of (hit office, and customers will hereafter be served with papers earlier tn the mornin? and with more regularity than for some time past. Subscriptions for the paper will be received by the roa'e can iers, who will give receipts for sam; or at the office. Mr. A. AT. Mellis is to co''cct subscript l...

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. — 29 April 1886

column of this issue. The merits of this famous brand of sherry can" be made apparent by application to W. S; Luce. Special Officer Good met with a painful although not serious accident last Tuesday afternoon. He was en- invinrr an hour or so on the festive wheels at the Yosemite skating rink, when he accidentally fell, breaking his right wrist. The Honolulu Rifles had a drill last nighUand also a meeting, at which several new members were elected. They are ordered to assemble at the Armory to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock sharp, to participate in the fun at the opening of the Legislature. . 1 1 n. Notice is given to a dog on Likelike street, which causes the Press re- nnrier to oo home bv the way of Punchbowl street, that his (the dog's, not the reporter's) assassination is due at an early date. Sing: "Bound for the happy land of Canine, etc." It is said that Parker pitcher of the Benedicts will in future serve the in the same canacitv. Wall will emerge from the delights of private l...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 April 1886

P Three Proof of JInn'i Identity. There are tliroo and only throo absolutely Infallible proofs o n man's identity hta natural gait, the Impress of tho ball of the thumb, and his autograph. Faces aro polytypes, and there arc thoso of evory typo so nearly allko that oven a man's friends aro sometimes Uocolvod. Tho Tolco Is opon to tho samo objection. But thero Is but ono person on tho faco of tho earth who walks as your friend walks and that is himself. Then, as scientists say, you may take tho impress of your thumb on a plcco of paper, and no thumb In all creation can look exactly as your thumb looks. But, best of nil, pour out your personality with all your finger tips in an autograph, and thoNsombined genius and ingenuity of tho world can not produce its exact counterpart. Thero scorns to exist a subtlo sympathy between tho visible symbols of a person's name and his own mysterious inner self. Tho man comes to look at his autograph as n microcosm of himself. It looks to him infinite...

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

6s - Daily VOL. II. NO 53- CONGRESSMEN'S LETTERS. THE AVERAGE LAWMAKER GETS FROM TEN TO FIFTY EACH DAY. Some of Them Very Fanny now the Congressman Disposes of III Correspondence Stenographer and Type-Writer A Bis Thine to a Constituent. Tho lottera received by congressmen are of. a lctuds, and some of thorn are very funny. Your average congressman gets from ten to fifty letters a day, and the member who wouldldo anytwork upon tho groat questions of tho day must use a stenographer Now ncurly ovory member has his gljjrthand clerk, who comes In the morning or evening, answers all his mall, and runs about the departments for him. Tho congressman takes a bundle of about twenty letters in his hands, and sits. down in his room with his stenographer at his side. The stenographer has a pencil and a notebook. Tho congressman takes up letter by letter, nnd as fast as he can talk reads off an answer to It, which tho shorthand man takes down as fast as tho words fall from tho member's lips. A h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 April 1886

P - 1 5' r p , THE Jlmfy otwlulu ?ra$ IS I'UllI.ISIIKI) EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tejcms or sumvnii'Tios. Per annum .$6oo Sir nlonths. . . . ,t....... 3.00 Three months SO Permoiith 5" els Postage addition!!. tar Subscription! I'atable In Advance Brief communication trom all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters Intended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements, should he addressed to , Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, H. t. Advertisements must be handed In before 9 p. M., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop V, FRIDAY APRIL 30, 1886. The Press it again deliveied through the management of thit office, and customers will hereafter be terved with papers earlier in the morning and with more regularity than for tome time fast. Subscription! for the paper ivill be received by the route carriers, who will give receipts for same, or at the office. Mr. A. M. Mellis is authorize...

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

m a-A nr F r . THE J)Htf ifmwlulu JVm VVlll 1o for Biilo Uaiiy t tljo Pluoeu : i. k Co ' Merchant .treet i. u umuM, .... . , ..FortittMt CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel street Fire Cents per Cop). LOCAL NEWS. The Chinese who arrived by the S, S. Gaelic wera all landed yesterday. The opening of the Legislature for 1886 will take place at Aliiolani Hale at noon to-day. The steamer J. I. Dowsett, with the schooner Wailele in tow, arrived from Paia, Maui, last evening. Mrs. T. S. Southwick was among v the passengers for San Francisco on the barkentine V. H Dimond, which sailed yesterday. The Leleiohoku Guards will 'give a luait at the Armory. Oueen street, at three o'clock this afternoon, in honor of the opening of the Legislature. A reception was given on board H. B. M. S. Heroine yesterday afternoon. The Royal Hawaiian Band was in attendance, and discoursed fine music. For groceries, provisions and feed,go to H. E. Mclntyre & Bros., corner of Fort and King streets. This firm have always ...

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

y vk,t nvrr wwi THE CARE OF THE IN9ANE. Ittome Treatment Often Desirable The & Worst Cases The Superintendent. ? Tf tnonnlfv ,,1 tlmn it Is n much groutor proportion of the In ane would bo enroa for in their own tomes. There is a ixrcnt deal of senseless enr of people so nIHIcted. Oftentimes a light mental uernnKomeut is much iiggrftvntcilly the patient being forcibly jlorn from his home anil taken away to liewand unfamiliar surroundings. The tirison aspeot of our maguldcent hospitals lias a very una effect upon many pationts. tL'he fearful liomosickness and tho missing pt familiar faces produce some ill effects (Willi nil. Tho hope which the asylum liolds out of a cure being effected Is ox- fremely fallacious. Doubtless some are kiurod who would not bo if loft at home, 8ut tho proportion is very BmalL Undor lmnda of a good physician at home irobably pearly as many would recover. , But of course the worst cases can not Rio cared for at home, and tho torrlblo ne cessity of taking...

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

Efn i j VnRfSWJrWwpK r ?,KS!W3R WT" r't" 5 Tu I w3 o & X ' . " , ' 2 DAILY Press -n VOL. II., 1TO 54. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, MAY I, 1886. WHOLE NO. 207. 4 ' w X -4 BARTER. Give me tho gold from off thy hair, v The roao upon thy cheok tlmt lies, Thy singing volco that everywhere ' Makes laughter In the trembling air, Tho young Joy of thino eyes. What wilt thou giro to me oh say, Thou gray old man with restless wings, For love's entrancing morn of May, For dawn and freshness of tho day Aud life that loaps and sings? Lol I will make thy footstep slow Across the flowers that bond anrl wave, And for thy gold will glvo tho snow And slloncd for thy laughter low, Darkness, a, grass-grown grave. -Julia. K. WotheriU. , Customs Omcors of Constantinople At tho harbor thoro was one last struggle; the customs officers went through my knapsack to seo that nothing wasbelng carried away that should not bo carried away, and then I hired a skiff caiques they aro called in Turkoy and...

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

THE JIatltj Ifmttilulu Jrcs IS PUBLISHED JEIVETTY M0UNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKJi.vs ov suiisami'Tios. Per annum .t .., .$6.00 SI months 3.00 Three months,, -(.....,. ...... .. Per month............. so ct Postage additional, tST SubtertpUoti l'ayubte in Advance. Brief communications tram all parts of the Kingdom will always he acceptable. Alt matters intended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements,, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed In before gt. M., to ensure prompt insertion. ' ' Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop V. SATURDAY MAY i, 1886. The King's speech, delivered at the opening of the Legislature yesterday, was dignified and brief, as well as noncommittal in a political sense. We are not prepared to .call it a statesmanlike document, as some will: nor are we prepared to call it an insincere and im politic effort, as some, from force of political habit, will ...

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

f TUB Jlmltj If attolultt $Vm Will Ijo for Hivlo ut tll Xluoow : the opening of the Legislature. The conclusion of the Hawaiian legend- which was to be .concluded in to-day's Press, has been unavoidably crowded out but will appear at the first opportunity oltered. vThe Myrtle Boat Club sent a chal lenge to the crews of the men-of-war for a boat race, but the challenge was declined. This looks rather bad for the men-of-war crews. The new bathing house on the water land between the Marine Railway and the Myrtle Boat Club's house is not yet completed. It has been in course of construction for the past two and a half months. The regular monthly meeting of Honolulu Typographical Union No. 37 will be held this evening at half-past seven o'clock, at the Sailor's Home. A full attendance is requested, as officers are to be elected for the ensuing term. The report comes from -Maui that the elegant mansion lately erected in Wailuku,, known as "Moore's Cottage" has been podeinned as unsafe to h...

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

i ll! 3 K- I t ?' IP r THE PHENOMENA OF QUIOIDE. Statistic on (tin Htilijoct A Itoreratil of (he Onnornl little. Mr. llucklo, It will ba roinotiiliorcd, rondo vory frco uso of tlio ntatlatlco of milclilo In Jomlon to support Ills theory (hat the tuornl notion of men nro tho pro duct, not of tliolr Indlvldiml volltlotm, but of tho gcnnrnl condition of society, From tliMQ ntntlxtlcs ho showed that during a long sorltfl of years tho nvcrngo nntiual number of suicides In tho metropolis was & And so Rroat was tho regularity of tho phonotnonn that, within tho period in iiuostlon, tho oxtromo oscillation was from 2111, tho lowest number, to SCO, tho highest number recorded In a slnglo yanr, This theory of mechanical regularity Is urged With a good daal of force in Dr. MorsoUl'u rocent work on BUIclucs, In which ho seeks to damonstralo tho oxlstonco of i, "law of suicides" governed wholly by physical causes, and to establish tho proposition that there is no real indvnondonco in human no...

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

ksMV Av ?"VP (T""r "Tfttyvp) ti "ft 'SmmL &Y, Jr AIJLj x r "RE.S8 1 i V''asBafi Tjjjflj VOL. II. NO 55- HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1886. s'wt"L!,rr , WHOLE NO. 208. IN 1110 DE JANEIRO. professional nvos. , wiwsa Latins. s $usincsjs (Enrbjs. Iiujuiimcc Notices, ? i fefotitfe, (SciKttil uuertiscmente. If- - i rf " , "rt i : $1 , ! PECULIAR 8TREET NOMENCLATURE OF THE CAPITAL OF BRAZIL. Night Scenes Along thn Crowded Thoroughfare A Nation of Codec Drinkers' Use or IntoxlcnntH In a Horse Onrs T.ovo of Music. Nothing In Rio strikes an American ' ns more singular than tha nomenclature of tho streets, Mnny of them, such ns tho Sovonth of September and tho First of March, are named after days on which something (no ono seems to know exactly what) has taken place. There Is ono narrow little thronghfnro called the street of tho Good Jesus, and the names of tho saints oro freely used. It sooms a trifle singular to be directed to No. 20 First of March street, or for a man to ...

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

If. TECB JDnilif Jfmttilulu 3?rm IS 1'UIII.ISIIKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. 2g Merchant St. TKItMH OV tiltJtSVltII'1'IO.V. Ter annum..... , $600 Sii months....'. 3" 'I hree month i-S Pennonlh ..... ,.,.5ocH Postage additional. S3" Nnbcrtptton 1'auable in Advance Brief communications tram all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as w til as business communications and advertisements, should be addressed to , Daily Honolulu Pkess, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur JohriBtono, Editor and Prop 'r, MONDAY. . , MAY 3,-1886. An errondous impression, as to the ownership and editorial management of the Press, is evidently entertained by some people in spite of the repeated announcements to the -contrary made in our columns from time to time, and made daily, since the first of March, at the head of the editorial column. To set the matter at rest for all ti...

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

M C ' m h b 4ftv. 4 -( .ft 1 1 if & til WST 1! . 'V. ; 'WWW r f WfJWtfV' ' "H ! J -(!, r" w VJpfTa TIKES Will bo for Hiilo O illynl ih'o i'luocH : J, M. OAT, Jf. Co r. 0. THRUM CRYSTAL SODA WORKS JFivB Cent par Copy Merclnnl trt . . t ort itteet .Hotel &lrt "BIZ." West, Dow & Co., have received per the "Zealandia" Reed rockers, picture frames and mouldings, mirror plates and croquet sets, banjo strings of the best quality, Jew's harps, wagons, base ball bats and balls, etc. 3t Persons using charcoal would do well to call on "S. M. Carter, who has always on hand charcoal from the best of Island woods; sold in quantities to suit. Orders received for the above will be promptly" attended to. X.OOA.1, NEWS. The Yi M. C. A" book-keeping class will meet at seven 'O clock this evening The Chinese theatre near the old Custom House wharf is being repaired inside. One hundred and sixty more Chi nese arrived by the Zealandia. What will be done with them all? John T. Dare, formerly a...

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

7--"v 17 ," tv ", t r -i ' - "MV .. 'tfrir TSJnt "v w "&' n.",fn'J'vrifS. 0' Vmw,',$lf WtF? DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1886. MB ,.HIM CONGRESSMAN RANDALL'S HABITS, fficnentl ,2llucdiBc,.mtte. (Scitcml JtbbcriiJBciiicnto. (Snrmtl JtfUjcrtiscmcnte. citct'rtl Jlbbcrtiscmcuto. J- (Scncntl 3Utoehfoment& Ilia Public nml Private Mfn Fonil or IIli Fmnllj "Sum, Jr." HftnitnU'B public nutl private Hfo uro Btrmigoly In the liouso lie Is aggressive, rough, nnd nulled. In his domestto rotations ho is tho most simply and qnlct man in the world, His Pennsylvania homo is n pretty house out in what is called "West Philadelphia. Ho also keeps mi offlco In town, nnd whenever ho runs over ho is overwhelmed with visits from friends and politicians, nearly all of them with axes to grind. In Washington Handall lives more simply than many a govornmont clerk whohas but $1,600 a year. Ills house, a plnln, brick with whlto trimmings, of Philadelphia, Is on "C" street, Capitol hill, nn unfash...

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

r "?,,! 5WT (jph" 'jtjp' k?jw , rw A """ " u f ; -- , -- r D A iLf Press. W-W VOL. II. NO 56. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN INLANDS, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1886. & To, WHOLE NO.. 209. r : j? THE BEAU AND THE MULE. . ytofcsstoiml 2Tnrb0. business dtjirio. gudinees ,."N GTarbs. Btsunimc epOtlCCB. (Scitcntl bcrtictntttttc. F r J: 1 fe! 7 .$& DETAILS OF A CONFLICT WHiCH WAS FOUGHT TO A FINISH. The Hear Sniffed at the Heols of a Docile Old Mule Whereupon tho Mule Did Battle with the "Weapons Which Natur Had l'rnvlded A Tussle. Iko Garvey and Eph Dunham( brawny woodohoppors of tho upper Lehigh timber region, took a team ot muleS the other day and began to draw railroad ties from the woods out to the main road. Along In tho afternoon they lot the mules stand In tho woodroad whilelhey went ahead to cut down a lot of saplings. Presently they saw a black bear trampling through tho snow In the rear ot tho sleigh. When tho boar reached the sleigh ho turned to tho right, walked past It, and sniffed at tho...

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

I, I). B6r I- I TUB Jtaify Honolulu $ra$ IS PUBLISHED i EVEltY MORNING; EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKllilS OV SUnSCJUJ'TIO.Y. Per annum. . . $6.00 Sit months... .i..... 300 1 hree mouths '. '-SO Pcrmonth ...5cts Postage additional. &F Subierlptlons Payable in Advance. Brief communications trom all parts of tlic Kingdom will always 1e acceptable. All matters Intended for publication, ,as well as business communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Patss, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 P. M., to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnstone! Editor and Prop 'n TUESDAY MAY 4, 1886. The New York Tribune declares that, "everything seems to be affected by the disorganization of labor, even the wheat market." What the Tribune should have' said, to be in accord with the facts, was, that the organisation of labor has, for the first time in the United States, affected everything shielded under the tyranny of capit...

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

"rm, 'J. j .'t r THE Jhwlij Ifm'mlultt J?rm WlUlid for sale tliiilytit Un TMuooh : J. U. OAT, Ik. i Co T. O. THRUM CRYS fAIj SODA WORKS. . . Five Cents per Copy. Merclnnt itrcet I'ort treet ..Hotel strceet "BIZ." West, Dow & Co., have received per the "Zgalandia" Reed rockers, picture frames arid mouldings, mirror-plates and croquet sets, banjo strings of the best quality, Jew's harps, wagons, base ball bats and balls, etc. 3t Persons using charcoal would do well to call on S. M. Carter, who has always on hand charcoal fronvthe best of Island woods; sold in quantities to suit. Orders received for the above will be-promptly attended to. LOCAL HEWS. For "Good Night" kerosene oil, go to the Pacific Hardware Co. The steamer Iwalani sails for Kauai at five o'clock this afternoon. The steamer Kinau sails for Maui and Hawaii at four o'clock this afternoon. The Natuna .and Apollo sail for San Francisco to-day , both vessels having full cargoes of sugar. The Legislature adjourned at elev...

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

m I ; (If'titttno)' thi Daily rrttt.) KEINOHOOMANAWANTtt AND KAIiELEAIiUAKA. 11V It . Concluded. After war had ceased and all men had returned to their homes, name was in everybody's mouth as being the most valiant man, who did more execution among the ranks of the enemy than any other single man in the whole of the King's army. This, however, the hunch-back inspector would not admit, for he had watched Kcinohoomauamei during the war, and had obtained an idea of his strength, but there was yet another man Who was mightier than he or any ten of the King's warriors combined. If he could only know the man's name or hisr countenance, he would then show Kekuihuoa the strongest and the bravest man that he had in his realm, but this was impossible to do, as he knew not the man. So one day the hunchback bid before the King a plan by which he thought the bravest warriors would be known, which was, that a grand parade of all tlje warriors who had been in the late war should be held on a given...

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