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

: w fYi Ud&til&iJs 'wSPPSWWf ' J" tV t ' if 1 '"', fV"Atf",'TWP'J r vr7r r vy yr-' ''YHHTSHfWJ: 1 fr S ' 1 J JjLJLJLJ .II in."yj VOL. II. NO 72. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, MAY 22, i886 f . f. WHOLE NO. 225. By ALISON. CHAPTER IX. still AU fchnnrllrm onco Biid to' me, laughing, 1 am In the habit of rising in tho, morning "at tho absurd hourfl which recommend themselves to the innocent lamb mid the tuneful lark." And I am up betimes this morning, for notwithstanding" our Into '.hours overnight; und, inough I spend along time, by myself In tho'llbrary, I do not feel lonbly. I have always beou accustomed to a good deal of my own society anil seldom feel less dull than when I am thrown upon my own resources for amusement. Curled up in a great velvet I cnair, i pour over my ueiovoa Bcnmer wimo the llttlo Dresdon clock on the table ticks on and on, arid the wood lire burns low on the hoar Ui, and tho sun creeps round on the carpet slowly, slowly, till it gets to the corn...

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. — 22 May 1886

&' ?&&.'- P: rH 3 Wf vlTfl?' Br ' "" ! . LV r f 5- ll V . It; !t u?JELJcj is published e;veiit morning EXCEPT SUNJA YS, At the Office, No.agMerchant St. .sansoitivnox. Tet annum... .J6.00 SI month!... 3 Three months Per month. .jactl r.itn?e iJdltion.il ffF SubtcrlpHmio Vayabln in Advitiier Brief communications trom all parti of the Kingdom will alwavs be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as ell as bu. ness communicaliont and ailyeiement, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Prkss, Hunollli, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. m to sure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and'Prop'r. SATURDAY MAY 22, 1886. The bill to raise the price of marriage licenses should be rejected by the Assembly The sum charged now two bits is quite high enough, and to think of raising it to one dollar is heart-rending. There is many a young couple in the country who wouldn't mind chipping in a rial each to purchase the document authorizing them to become ...

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. — 22 May 1886

m i ,T)vm !FV v t.v t '.,j ft f' wmy$&wl r"iSiS J. M. OAT, Jr. k Co. T. O. THRUM.... the call THE J)mhf ottalulu JFras Will 1 for hhIm lowlnis Mull yat ill : .... Merchini street CRYSTM. SODA WORKS Houl Call at what you drinks. Five Cent per Cop) "BIZ." Pantheon if yotf want lor in the shape of No restaurant attachment or sideshow performahce at Dodd's to palm off inferior liquor or beer. No further tiouble need be encoun tcred in making Poi out of Taro Flour. If the foreign residents will kindly place the circular in Chinese which is enclosed in this issue in the hands of their cooks, they will receive full instructions from an expert Chinese cook as to Taro Flour prepjrations, and thus be enabled to avail themselves of this most nutritious article. Instruction given at Palmer's office, No. 77 Fort street, from 9 to n a. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. 2 25-1 w LOCAL NEWS, Do not forget House to night. . to go to the Opera The steamers Kinau and Iwalani will arrive to-morrow morning. Jim C...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 May 1886

U H ? t? ' 'I v i i i i v. "sw ,SS,y "4 .taaMfmiSEwLbwwcttfiiCvr'l -v- - DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1886. (Scncrrtl bbcrtistmentB. Scitcral ubtrllocnicntof. (Scneml bbcrttEtmcnic. vSeitcval JHuuci'ttccmcntB. mmtl uumtccmente. G. BHEWEB v 00.. J. mm & Sons CASTLE & COOKE BURNETT'S C0C0AINE! HONOLULU Offer for ! lo arrive perj BAEK AMY TUIlNEll From Boston Franklin Stove Coal In Casks, J bbls. Crushed Sugpr, , t, v , Cases Frater's Axle Grease, ' j Cases Hoe Handles, - Bbls. No. i Rosin, tKKVCases Wheelbarrows, "NESTS TRUNKS, Hay Cutters Flax Packing, H bbls. Wilmington Tar, Wilmington Pitch, Dales Nary Oakum, i ' Cases Ex lard Oil, Grindstones. Iron Safe FARMER'S BOILERS, Ilbls. Dairy Salt, Bbls. Cement, and a in. Ox Bows, Cases Axe and Pick Handles, Canal Barrows, Bbli. Ex Prime Pork, Kegs Malls Cumberland Coal in bulk, MANILA CORDAGE, " ' , r , v ' Sital Cordage, . Oak Lumber, v White Wood Lumber, Walnut Lumber, Ash Lumber, Eastern White Pine Lumber,' Refrigera...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 May 1886

Ut- , 1-, in,1 .V STALKING DOWN BROADWAY. A. Ooupto of Men Who Attraoted Considerable P Attention from I'mscrsby. Two men wlio wero stalking with great solemnity down Broadway one afternoon attracted considerable attention from the r passerby. Doth of them were short and broad and thore was a remarkablo similarity in the contracted eyebrows of the two faces. Each man, as though by violent mustiular effort, drew hla forehead down over his nose, so that the faces had a lowering and surly expression. Two big wrinkles extended upward from-whore - the oyobrows mot and the heads wore inclined forward. The faces were cloan shaven, tho mouths drooled at the corners and the oyes seemed heavy-lidded and thoughtful. The similarity in the expression of the faces made thorn look similar, though there was really no likeness botwoen them, They strode along with stiff-legged dignity, each with his hands thrust deep in in his ulster pockets and neither looking tn tho ridhfc nnr loft. A strancer minh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 May 1886

1 i : , 1 i & I, ! K i1.; H If" :', ti 1 f tfti 41 HI m, I 'ft tt rr fa P ' ' 4a K f" TX3DB Unify otttilulu Jte IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At tlie Office, No. 29 Merchant St. trjius svnscuivTios, Per Annum. JSoo SU month . .....300 Three months .S Perraonth 5cts Foitmt additional. itT SuhiortpUoHt 1'uiaitcln Adtauee Vlrief communications irom all prt of the Kingdom will always be acceptab'e. Alt matters intended for publication, as well as biiM ness communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, H. I. AdrertUements mi'st be handed in before 9 r. u., to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Edtor and Prop'r. MONDAY MAY 24, 18S6. The respect and honor which each year is shown to the memory of those who gave their lives to preserve the integrity of the great American Union of States, is not, nor never has been wholly confined to the boundary of the country for which those brave men died. Everywhere throughout the world...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 May 1886

l f. ) .?. 1 O v 11 IK P J pywwpffyiwiww yjifippwr,'ii TW DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, MAY 24, 1886. .2T Tm3 Will b for Hnl Dilyat tlt Vluaea : I. , M. OAf.Jn.fcCo r o rime (UM CUVSIAL SOD WORKb Call at what you .drinks. Five Cent nr dip; the call "BIZ" Pantheon if for in the Merchant street . . . Fort street Hotel ttteeet Memorial Service. you want shape of No restaurant attachment or at Dodd's to palm off inferior liquor or been 2 1 No further trouble need be encoun tered in making Poi out of Taro Flour. If the foreign residents will kindly place the ciiCular in Chinese which is enclosed in this issue in the hands of their cooks, they will receive full instructions from an expert Chinese cook as to Taro Flour preparations, and thus be enabled to avail this most nutritious article. Instruction given at Palmer's office, No. 77 Fort street, from 9 to n a. m. and 7 to 9 p, m. 225.IW LOCAL NEWS, There will be no session of the Leg islature to-day, it being the birthday of Cueen victor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 May 1886

n f Tr.m" -,- DAILY HONOLULU PRESS,' MONDAY, MAY 24, 1886. "..'- ib I rt A . i Ut I TU lsl 'S I '1 utw. 1. 3tH I ' WHITE GRAPE, It wns a very plain llttlo cottnge, qnlte mall, threo rooiru nud a kitchen, 1 guessed from Its outward appoaranco, and pnlnted a reddlth brown. It stood back a ten toot from the sUlounllr, and tho little strip of yard betireen its front door and and tho goto vrna a lraitto of grass and weeds. An unibralln china troe grow the'gato, whoso principal function rwemed to bo tho holding up to vlow a ml placard set-ting forth that tho promises were "For Kent." They had been for rent for throe months at least, and the red placard was well nigh washed away by the winter storms Wore It met tho predestined eyos which wore to look upon it with favorable consideration. It was In early April. The china trco was coming into leaf, and the tall gypsy cousins of tho aristocratic daislen wore camping in the woody waste of the door yard. I had been out for my accustomed morning...

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

wf .... r ' Ok W & m .-M', ', , VOL. II. NO 74. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1886. , aui L:.t Li i "1 . WHOLE NO. 227. v"r n if - -.. if V - JOSEPH ARCH AT HIS HOME. Tho Political Lender of tho KiigUsli l,a. burors Simplicity at Surroumlliiirii. Tho front door o Mr. Arch's cottage opens directly on tho As you enter your head almost touches tho ceiling, and you must stoop to pass the oaken beam across its center. A screen covered with paper shuts out the draft" from a broad chimney-corner, which fills nearly one sldo of tho apartment. The rough (lags on tho floor ore covered with striped drugget matting and along War wlrkshiro ot black polished oak is placed beneath tho windows with the cheerful red merino curtains. Twenty years ago Joseph Arch mado a littlo bookcase for himself, but his library has long since outgrown its capacity, artd so Mrs. Arch has appropriated it for her best china tea service, and her husband has lined tho wall opposite the broad flroplaco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 25 May 1886

IK ilk j it i, : m M h, THE Jhtify If tmolulu JPrm IS PUCMSHUD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. v rutins .' Hunsnuii'TW.v. Per annum.... . , J6.ro 3.&0 TTir months ' '.5 Permonth .scls Postage nBditional. J2T Subscription I'ayable in Advnntr Brief communications trom nil parts of the Kingdom will alMW be atccptabb. ' All mattere intended for publication, as well as communication! and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Prlss, Honolulu, II. 1. Advertisement" must be handed In before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt inss ion, Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r. TUESDAY. MAY 25, ,8$6. Wn are informed that a great many of the Chinese residents of Honolulu are in favor of the passage of the Chinese tax bill introduced into the House by the Attorney-General and passed to its second reading on the 19th inst. The bill sets forth that as there exists in this Kingdom a large and increasing class of Chinese, who fail to support themselves and co...

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

l nt - r? !t , 1: DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1886. . , ,, H ,r i j. Fort street. tiese JMihj 'Jf mwlulit Will tin fbr stilo IoWIiik J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co i I 0 rilKUM A..... CRVS TAli SpD WORKS l'hloefl : Merchant treet rit'ti Cents per Cop; , f. .Port street .Hbtclmceet Please tell your cook to go to No. 125 Fort street, three doors above the Shooting Gallery, where he wilt be tauaht by an expert Chinese cpok how to prepare many palatable dishes out of Taro Flour, such as hot cakes, niuf fins, taro mush, etc., etc. By their new method the Alden Fruit and Taro Comnanv are enabled to make ex cellent Poi out of this Flour in less than one hour. 227 LOCAL NEWS. The Legislature will meet at 'ten o'clock this morning. s - , The anonymous letter fund is once again at work in Honolulu. The steamer Kinau sails for Maui and Hawaii at four o'clock this afternoon. Beretania street, was as dark as a political job last night in the vicinity of A new lamp has been placed on the post...

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

V' i' w r i ( Chief Justices In a Street Cur. I rodo homo from tho copltol the other night In a car In which there were half a dozmi justices of tho supreme court, and when off tho bench I can tell you you will not And a jollier set of fellows anywhere. 1'hoy hnd left their gowns in tho disrobing room, and enmo into tho car in overcoats nnd mufflers. Stnnloy Matthews led tho procession, and he took his scat way up near tho fare box, whoro, during tho wliolo trip, ho bobbed up and down putting in fares, and getting change for the people behind him. Just opposito him sat Judge Miller, and nt the sldo of Matthews was tho chief justice. After tho car bad gono a block or two a little of perhaps 0 years got in the car, but failed to And a seat. Chief Walts' took him by the hand, and Bald: "flow do you do, my llttlo man; let mo havo your tare, and I will pass It up." Stanley Matthews put tho boy's faro In, and Justlco Miller got tho boy's hand, and drawing him in between his big fat legs g...

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

im iiii mi ill j wniHHvHpsvi jjiMTa..rmim mi n i ...J. .;..i . i lssvfc,,iurA' 4s m.' & . j wwWtamiit T)JIVa!Ww!wi!lfe.'T m. - HiiirriFSffi'Sft'fiR'i'' m f. -v riMMnnnHL. ve v - Iff Tl sv , 13 fH B Hk HI H n. I m il 3 I A Jk s JL I 1 JL vS VOL. II. NO 75. yx1 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS) WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1886",-- WHOLE NO. 228. 3 jj" r THE SILVEKSP1NS. Thoro woro bur MIis BUverspins, mid Looua, tho youngest of nil, was married first. Miss Sllvcrepln was literary, corresponded with two or throe country newspapers, wroto essays, and ovon tried hor hand at poetry. Miss Eudora Sllverspln was domestic, kept a bljr receipt book, counted tho bars of soap, and nearly drove the ono wild of all work distracted with her constant criticisms and surveillance Miss Ilobocca, the third, belonged to the congregation of '". the Highway," was one of a sisterhood, and visited tho poor until ttio poor wero heartily sick of her. And little Leona, the eighteen-year-old "baby" of tho family, was consi...

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

It' 'X'JnLfcJ JDmfy Ifmmltttu Jrm IS PUBLISHED E' ERT MORNING 1 1 EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TEItitS of sunwitipxios. Per Annum. $fi oo Six months. t J oo Three months .. t ;o Per month ssct) Postage aumtions.1. tT 8uhmrifttoi PayahtK in Advnnet Drier cominunicaitins troni all parts of the Kingdom will lwa be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well at bust hess communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honoluiu Prkss, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. ., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r. WEDNESDAY. ...MAY 26, 1886. It is announced that Hon. H, M. Whitney resumes the care of the publishing department of the Hawaiian Gazette. It is more than a decade since Mr. Whitney was last in tUc position he now occupies, and his many friends will hasten to welcome him back to the profession in which he is the pioneer on these Islands. There are two positions which office hold...

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

ffiifcSifrqn' !'. DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY;,, MAY .26, I1886.. i...,rjfs. u. , iiiM .i"l . Sal ".., '! '-' ".' w: r IN'..'' i I ft . AV-' .' ff."- - ' E-V v i i !' TKCB Jjmjif Honolulu $ms Will bn for nula UtUlyat ihn Vluoes ! J. M. OAT, Ik. 4 Co....... , r. 0. r 11 imJm.. ....!'. i.. . CRVSrALSODAWOKKS Sad! 1. 1 . Merchant street 1. Port Mreet .. ..Hotel sirect fire CMta ;r Coj'j, "BIZ" Qo to Hamilton Johnson's Queen street storje if you want a fine California table wine. All of these wines are from five to ten years old. 228-it . The group pictures of the Gleaners taken in costume by Mr, Gonsalvcs in the Y. M. C. A. Hall can be purchased of him at the rooms of the Association. Mounted, 50 cents ; 25 cents. 228-it Messrs. Wolfe & Co, on -Hotel street, will receive a large fresh stock of groceries to-day by the steamer Australia'. All goods will be on exhibition early next week at their new store on Hotel street. 228-it ' On loo. ' Messrs: Lewis will receive per the Austr...

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

WfWiSli'iPpw DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1886. (General eSibcrtiocmcnts. citcntl ePbttihscmcnuJ. ScncttU ilbbcrtlocincnio. &c.tciitl rSubci'tiacmcntB (Scncnti lubcrttccmcntjK. C. BREWER & 00., IW.UniHons CASTLE &C00KE BURNETT'S COCOAINE! HONOLULU Offer for sale to arrive jwj BARK AMY TURNER From Boston Franklin Store Coal In Casks, bbls. (.rushed Sutar, Cotes Frarer's Axle Grease, Cam Hoe Handles, libit. No. 1 Rosin, , T Cases U heelbarro i, NESTS TRUNKS, Hey Cutters, Flu PacVIng, f bbls. Wilmington Tar, Wilmington Pitch, Hales Navy Oakum, Cuei Ex lard Oil, Grindstone. Iroa Safe1 FARMER'S BOILERS, Bbls. Dairy Salt, Bbl Cement iandJin Ox Bovt, Catet Axe and Pick Handle, Canal Barrowi, Dols. Ex Prime Pork, Kegs Nailt Cumberland Coal In bulk, MANILA COKDAGR, Sisal Cordage. Oak Lumber, Waiie Wood Lumber, Walnut Lumber, Alb Lumber, i Eastern White Pine Lumber, Refrigerators, Caw Tinned Tomatoes, Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil Ketchup and Codfish IltllJ, Csw...

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

, 1 VMfW pF?Sp,H' '. -, m B T . , . ; 'V- OP iSSf 1 'O-i tC" fcVi M Alfi(w J4 ' ML mr VOL. Il NO 76. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, MAY 27, iR$6. WHOLE NO. 229. fcv jflJMiit I: ! V A DAHTAE HATOH, rnoii'THE rntcNcn. Adiren Vornon, head cashier In a lnrge Unon warehouse, inarrloti young. Ho was of humble origin, but, thauks to the patient nnd light weary efforts nb tho outsat of'hto rareer he had attained rf position which aUowotl him nor Mine rest from the fret and fever 6f business, and set him above tbe rest of tho sliopmou. He had found time to humanlzo himself time her, for n. littlo dreamlncr and a llttlo lovo. His fair llttlo wtfc, 'tlcnoo, though the daughter of middle class parents, was an aristocrat by education, flier mind had been cultured by tho study of rauslo and Inodcrn languages. Shocout'1 get through "Moonlight Sonata" without breaking down, are and dlscuW Sully Prudhomme and his sentimental faco school quite as well asmo3t criticx Thanks to hor, Adrien had e...

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

tUi"n um. w t, O '.' n !"-. 1 R "?. it, mr J I j 5.1 Tt. ttf r ft it' r 1 f ., if. ... tfi4triiiH vmfimMVimi&MixW!Wi DAILY HONOLULJU PRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1886. tkb Jpailtj If otttJuht ?m$ IS PUBLISHED lYEUT MOUNINOx EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. Xtiaia OF HVDSVUIPTIOS. Per annum,,...,,... ,.......;......... .$&oo Si montht.. 3,0a Three monttis , ..'..,.. 1. 50 rertntmin 50 as Postage additional. tST Subucrlptlonti I'ayabU i Advance. Brief, communications troro ll pacts of tha Kingdom wiU"alw.1s;s'be' acceptable'.' ' l 1 ' 'All fatit'sTt irftendeafor publication. well as busi ness coram.umcatiotia and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Pkkss, Honolulu, tt. I. Advertisements must b handed in before 0 r. M., to at. tits rttFAtrirtt tncstrt . iati." v ,ii.iv(,.w..iv.. -.. vj;j ArthufJofnistbno, Editor and Prtip'r, THURSDAY'. .'.,... MAY 27, 18.86, Hon. member Keau, one of the four representatives in the Assembly from this District, de...

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

i IV:. . DAILyJhONOLULU BRESSrT"HURSDAYrMAY27ri886." ni ( .j ti v - ti' "r TTTnr l,I "iw'wy wwy iw 8i ijwuwiwiuiwwwni TIEE Will b for mxlo Dully tit ! l'hvooa : I. M. OAT, In. Coi..... r.G,TiIRUM......V.'... CRVSIALS0DVWORK5 LOCAL NEWS. if r 1 f Services Were held churcheslast evening. ., Merchant street , ..lort'slrcct ii.. Hotel itrMct Vive CenU ir Copy, ".BIZ" Go to Hamilton Johnson's Queen street store if you want a fine California table wine. All of these wines are from five to ten years old. 228 it Oil Ico. Messrs. Lewis wiif " receive per the Australia to-day a fine assortment of ice house goods as usual. Among these delicacies will be fresh fish and fine Eastern oysters, fruits in their season, and crisp, fresh vegetables. These goods are all personally selected by one of the firm in San Francisco and arejplaced upon the steamer's ice house just before she sails. Call early as the supply is limited. Ring up tel ephone No. 240, 228-it Por "Australia." Messrs. DaVis & Wild...

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

iff Nv tiSUa m DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1886. . i t . . Afc. a .i. ,L i j , (Scitcml 2U)bcrtlsrmcttts. Setuntl .Puttttoaucnta fficitcntl Jlbijcrtlsctncnts. vTjcitcrhrbbccticimjcitis r,Titfi'" f ' l (general lauc.tocmenti). G. BBEWEH & 00., . W. IcCliesney & Sons CASTLE & COOKE if i BURNETT'S COCOAINE! r i'''in Offer for aale to unn p'! BARK AMY TURNER from Boston Franklin StoveCoal In Cki, 1 J4 dmi. uusnea sugar, Cases Frr' Axle, Grease, Case Hoe Handles, Bbls. No. t Roln, , ,. . . , , ' Cm Wheelbarrow', WESTS TltUNKS, Hay Cutters, riw Packing, , )4 bbl. Wilmington Tt, Wilmington Pitch, Bale Navy Oakum, Grindstone. Iron 8af FARMER'S BOILERS, Boh. Dairy Salt, Bbls. Cement, lK and a in. Ox Bom, Caam Ait and Pick Handles, ' Canal Barrows, Bbls. Ex Prima Pork, Kegs Nails Cumberland Coal In bulk, MANILA CORDAGE, Reel Cordate. Oak Lumber, White Wodd Lumber, Walnut Lumber, Aih Lumber, Eastern White Pine Lumber, Refrigerators, Case Tinned Tomato. Electric & Do...

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