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t)AILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1885.
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1885.
Many maintain that the day of
weekly newspapers is past in Honolulu;
that the people want their news and
food for thought fresh with their coffee
every day; and that the people are willing
to pay for what they want. At the
very nominal figure established as the
subscription price of Honolulu Dailies,
fifty cents a month, it must be borne in
mind that six or seven hundred, or
even n thousand subscribers is but a
mere bagatelle toward the expense of
conducting a newspaper. Our advertising
rates are not such as would
satisfy our Pacific Coast contempora
ries, or in fact any but those who labor
for the love of it rather than for profit.
This paper will not be run for glory,
but will conducted on a sound financial
basis and value received will be
given to its patrons in every case.
We believe that the independant elements
in the community will appreciate
and properly support a daily morning
paper that is outspoken and independent
in its utterances.
The Daily Honolulu Press will
be published every morning, Sunday's
excepted, for the proprietors, Messrs.
L. T. Valentine and Arthur Johnstone.
Mr. Valentine will be the responsible
business manager and Mr. Johnstone will
be the responsible editor of the paper.
It will be the aim of the management
to make the Honolulu Press a news-piper
in evcryTcnse of the word. The
paper will contain twenty-eight column's
including a daily average of from six to
eight columns of local news, editorial
matter and short pithy articles of general
interest to the residents of the Hawaiian
Islands. It will be made distinctively
a family newspaper, and will endeavor
to reach the interests of all classes of
citizens without introducing the -ob
jectional features of the newspapers of
The editorial department will be con-ducted
in a candid, manly and impar
tial manner, and while political theo
ries and public actions will be care
fully probed, and, in many cases, severely
criticized, the utterances of the paper
will be jealously guarded and not allowed
to degenerate into abuse or per
sonal detraction. In the ' main, editorial
articles will be short and always
to the point ; hut in cases where the
facts warrant and public opinion demands,
fuller expositions of living
issues will be given.
Our local department will contain
everything of interest to the general
readers of the islands and will include
local notes from the other islands and
general correspondence on local topics.
This department will be made spicy
and readable, and will, from time to
'time be interspersed with humorous
local episodes. Full reports of all public
events and social entertainments
will be given and a just equipoise will
be established among our various social
elements for special news.
The shipping department will be
made full and correct and special arrangements
will be made for weekly
corrected lists of foreign shipping.
Full shipping notes of our inter-island
traffic will be given, and the interests
and convenience of shippers will be
carefully studied and provided for, ,"
Our advertising department will be
conducted on liberal business principles
in such a manner that the ends of
patrons may be reached by placing
their wants and desires before a majority
of the reading public. Promptness
and correctness in this department
will be assured. Arrangements have
keen made with the proprietors of the
Saturday Press to cany out ..ill unex.
pired advertising contracts and subscriptions,
which will faithfully done.
Collections will be made monthly and
all bills against this paper will be paid
monthly upon presentation to the business
In conclusion, the chief aim of the
Honolulu Press will be to foster and
protect Hawaiian interests while especial
attention will be given to individual
industries and plantation enterprises.
We expect to merit the support
of the community and respectfully
ask the privilege of a fair tiial,
Chateaubraiand ; the celebrated
French writer, had all the rare innocence
that sometimes goes with genius.
Among Ills most intimate friends was
the gifted and charming Madame
It was a regular habit with
him to spend his evenings at the ma-dame's
house, who evidently preferred
him to all other men, and who took
great delight in his company. His
gtowingjondness for the lady in question
became very conspicuous, and one
day a friend asked him : " My dear
Chateaubriand, why do you not marry
Madame Racamiei ?" " Marry the
niadame I" exclaimed the author, in a
(one of amazement; "why if I should
marry the madame, 1 would have no
place to spend my evenings I"
Job Steam yL'vlnt thy Office,
CAMPUKLL'S NKW UUILDINO
IS PREPARED TO DO, ALL WORJi
,1 ' , ' , -. A J,'
TUo HIcliMt fltylo of TnKTMill Art.
WCDDINOt VISITING OR UUsTNESS CARD
ALL CARDS. "'
I.UlTliR, NOTE, .STA'lEMhNI or UILLHKADS,
SHIPPING KECK JIMS,
cKRrincAius or stock
s BILLS ,OF, LADING,
Loirnl, anil MoronntUa lllnulm,
V " rV A.VX" ft
The aboe, In Connection with the long established
Illciulr. Book Munu factory,
Enables the office to lay claim to competency
in all departments, as eacli is under tin care ot
TJ10 Stationery Department
Will curry a lull line or pipers for executing 11LANKS
s .. '
of all descriptions, br Tor special sires or class ol
Dlank Duoks, in addition to the usual
assortment of ,
Commercial,, Legal and Office Stationery.
All oideia faitlilnlly attended to and jour pationsgo
respectfully tolic f,l TIIOS 11 IIIKU.M,,
Manager Prc Publishing Co., (Limited,)
Honolulu II. 1 i
Hi I. NOL1L, PROPRIT.IOR,
Degs to unno: nee to fits fiieuds and the public In gen
ral that the above Saloon provides
From a. m , till ic r si.
1 he finest
CONSTAVTIV ON IIANll,
One,of Dninsulck fi. Dalke't celebrated
Is connected with ihe esiabbsluneut, where lovers
the cue i&n ptrticlnate
L PLANING MILL,
Alnlioa. Jtoar Quoou St.
C J Hardte, Contractor and Dullder, is Proprietor.
MkuldlngS and Finish la)i on hand. Ihe mil
oeept for sale hard and soft ttou stood cut and split
Tlo niton No. 33 gjjoK
No. 42 Queen Street.
Have now landing
Per Alameda & John D. Sprook'olc,
Laugh ThiiPMtNfo or
Consisting In part of '
libit. Flour, Golden Gale.-
Hb!. Hour, El Dorado. '
Sackl Wheit, Best,
back. 13arle, llejt,
Sacks Corn, Rett, Whole.O '
. " ' Sacks Corn, Uest, Cracked.tfX,
' - . Sacks limn, Coarse and Vine.
Sackt Heans, While, l '
Sack Deans, Red,
Sacks Deans, Dajou,
Sacks Deans, Horse,
. Sacks Deans,, Lima
Sarks Onions. Tlmt Silver Skin
Sacks Potatoes, lies' hi Gunnies,
Catct Extra Soil i Crackers,
Cases Medium Dread,
Cases Cracked Wheat, id IK bags,
. Cases Corn Meal, white. 10 lb bans
Cases Oat Meal, 10 lb. bags,
Cases Corn Starch. , ,
Casks Dupee Hams,
Casks C h A (lf.m
Cases R, I) llacon,
Casee'Talrbank's Lard, j lb. pall,
Cases Falrbank't Lard, j lb. pail,
Cijvs Falrbank't Lard, to lb.
Cases Whitnej's Duller, In tins, . -
Halfbbli Duller, Pickle Roll,
Qrt bbls. DullcvPickle Roll, -
Half firkins Mutter, Gilt Ldge,., '
Qr. firkins Duller, Gilt fcdge, .
Cases New Cheese,
Doxes and bdls. Salt Codfish,
Dbls Tierces Columbia Riser Salmon
Cases I'rrsh L'ggs,
Cases Laundry Starch,
" Doxes Drown laundry Soap,
Pure Jasa Coffre.Roasted and Ground, i lb tins,
Sacks Grecii Coffee,
Chests Japan 'J ea, i lb. papers,
, Clients Japan Tea, W lb. papers
Boxes Raisins, London Laers.
J-4 boxes Raisins, London La ers,
' 't boxes Raisins, London t.aj,ers, .
s Doxes Rnslus, Muscatel
Cases Mixed Pickles,
apices, assorted, all tires,
Pails Mince Meat, Atmores,
Tint Mince Meat, Cuttings.
Sacks Raw Peanuts,
Sacks Soft Shell Almundt,
Sacks Texas Pecans, extra large.
Cases California Honey, 1 lb. tins,
Cases King, Morse & Co's., fresh canned
i Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables.
' ' Bales Wrapping Paper, extra ipiality
A I.AIUK ASS0HTMKN1 HF
JioHt California .Leather.
Sole, Insole, Harness, Skirting and Uppers
French and American Calfskins,
Sheep bklns, Goat Skins,
Hawaiian Saddle 1 rees
And other courts too numerous to mention.
These goods ate fresh, ere bought, verj low, and
will be soTd at
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
H, W. HcCHESHEV & "i
No. 42 Quoou Stroot,
y I b9aitEaCjUbIO fU WW I a
OlTer for sule to nirtie per
BAltK AMY TUltNEll,
Prom l.oton, due
Franklin Stove Coat in Casks,
lzi bbls. crushed Sugar,
Cases Trazer's Axle Grease,
Causes Hoe Handles,'
Ubls No 1 Rosin,
ii bbls. Wilintngion Tnr,
11-de Navy Oakum,
Cases V.x I ard Oil,
Griulstones, Iron Sofes
' FARMER'S BOILERS,
Dbls. Daily Salt,
'libit Cement, 1J and 1 In Ox Dowk,
I Cases Axe nnd Pick Handles,
1 llblsk Lx Prime Pork,
Cuniberland Coal in bulk,
1 While Wood Lumber,
j Walnut Lumber,
a .1. r 1. ..J
j LaMcrn White Pine Lumber,
r Cases 'I inned Tomatoet,
Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil
Ketchup and Codhsh Dalit,
Cases Clam Chovder,
Flth Cowder and Ghciklns,
, ' Cases Slutage Meat,
Ciiset Hiickln'i Tomato Soup.
Caset Iluckiii's Mock Turtle Soup,
Cases Huckln't Ox '1 all Soup,
Durkelt, Lin; W'atli Doardt,
, Casts Chairs, Cotlon'Wnstt,
Cases Yello Mrtal Sheathing,
K;g'f Vell6w M, Sheathing Nails,
tills Iulnn, Dales Duck,
Hid Potanir Linseed Oil, "
Cases Tiro ion Soap,
V, VUs. Mineral Paint,
Book Cases, Atsoited,
Cxtenilon Top Carriages,
Cases Curled Hair,
Drums of Caustic Sods.
CASTLE & COOKE
HnNOLl'LU, II. I,
Would call attention to thefi Largo and
rtrlrrt Stock uf
Consisting of the untlvalttd Palls Steel
"lli Moline Steel Ilieakers, and Furrowing flow, Mobile
Steel Plows all Sites Planet, Jr., Culli; ,
., - valors, Dirt Scrapers, . i
John Soere'a Onurx Plow,
Planters' Hoes of the best makes.'
DISSIONS' CKLLBRATUD CANK KN1V1 S
made to order. Ames Shovels and Spades,
Oarden,llocs. Canal Barrows, Ox
. Bows, Yokes, Chains,' Fence '
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,!
'Sperm Oil, Cylinder. Laru
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, At ,
bany Grease, Dis. ion's nnd
S nnd J. Tiles, all sizes and
kinds. Steam Packing, I- lat
and Round Indli Rubber,
Asbestos nnd Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rub.
lr Ho, Ji to a Inch, Pipe
and Couplings, Nutt nnd
U!MICS, UlllkUVU, 1UW,UIC
Dolts, all tires,
Carienter't Hammers, Pit
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
24 inch, Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Dest
Steel, Duilders Hardware,
all klndt and Mjlet, Hub-buck's
Paims and Oils, raw
una boiled, bmau Taints in
Oil, in large sariety. Dry
x Paints, Umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic. &.C,
Whiting, German Window
ast'td tires. Manila Rope
No. i and a Flour, Ho. t and Rice,
Crushed Sugar, i.iiir.aaiiujauaii Tens,
Oysters, Clams. Salmon. Lobsters.
Plnest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English S Dices. Condensed Milk. 1
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-The
Jif ruKiix Off, .IrMIUflVl
(rf(jf I.tillntK, 14 Inch, Jliibber
.Sjiflni diiif ("Minn Jlnil.r Just at
hand.Dlakc Steam Pump Valves,
&c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weaton's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AIU ON CUNSHiNtlUNT
lay. Uarlev. IMtuiocs. Uairels , ,
Salmon, lluins. AsLlSIos Mlxlure for Dolters
and Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence' Wire
and Staples. Galvanized Roofing'
SEWING MACHINES. '
Wilcox nnd Gibb's Automatic; Singrr Mauufai luring
('ompaiiy, Assorted: Remington Company, ramiiy;
W'iImjii Maihines, tl e U,t assoitmeut to be fouud,
and at bottom Prices,
New Goo by every arrival from England, New
ork and Sail Francisco, -'.
1 Now Truotiou Eugltio, jiowoi
Orders from the other Islands filled at Dest Rates and
Has jusi received per Mariposa,
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
- Cala Cheese,-Kits Silinoii Dellles, Cakes Codl l
Kegs Tamil) Dcef, Saloon Pilot Dread,
Crackers, '1 able Rulsins, Dried Peaches,
Dried Apricot, Prunes, Gcrinea
Onliioviiiti Ooml Honoy,
Table Fruits, Jams nnd Jellies, Family Flour,
Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Candles,
Oltl Virginia Swoot Jiuil SourPloV7os
And miny oilier articles toonuuierous 10 nuon,
which will be iold at prices in mil the times. l&
fact'vn guaraniecd. CHAS. IIUSTACf.,
Telephone no So ill King Sireei
No. 34 Fort St., Clock Building,
a coiuigmuent of the most ncoiiomtrul
ftinl VluaMc J'eed for alt kinds of nock, vU t
COOKED LTNSUJ3D MEAL.
It Is the greatest Tlesh former,' Milk and Ilntlei
Oil Cake Meal thowi alwut 2j per lent, of mitritlte
matter ; this neaily 39 per cent,
ibolbt. of Ihit meal it equal 10 300 Hit. of oalt, or
3x8 lbs. of corn, or 10 767 lbs. of wheat bran.
Also, our UnrlsuIeJ MIXED Tl,i:i, as well at our
usual supply of the ben I inJs of
Hoy, Outs, Wheat, Corn, Eto, Etc.,
Which Is ofTeied at the lowest Market Rales, ami
dellveitit free lo any pail of the lily.
Ageuit for the
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co of California.
Agenllforlhe IIOOVT.R 'IPXCHIIONi:.
Coinmitsloner pf Decdt for d'e Slate of Cslifurnu
TELEPHONE NO. mt,
HOLLISTER 4s CO.
j.wjiii rut' .ivriiSTiox or 1111:
,1'bnLta .1 coifxrnv mkiiha.ts
In particular to their large and
Varied asssortmeul of
. vxniionws I'liitvuMun v,
Just received, This is acknowledged
, to be the finest perfume In the
world All of one iuality.
Gieat variety of odors styles
and prices, also
Golluloltl Trnaaoos, V '
(all thapet and style)
and the largest and most complete stock of
tver kepi In this Kingdom, A
large invoice of .
WASMIV 3IE1HT nJtHASBAS HVOXUlt
direct from Hurope, free fiom
sand or din. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS '& CO'S
J. C AYER & CO'S
Horteford's Acid Phosphates,
Green's August flower & German Syrun,
AUcock Porous Plaster Co',
'lrray & Laninan's Florida Water
Yerba Duena Bitters.
TTOLLISTER & CO.,
aro alw Proprieiori and .MaHuUc
fneturert of the celebrated
Agentt for Wm. S. Klmlull & Co's
V(ijrfi( fnff( '(ifr,
U'uljiieoo mill C'Jrnrxtfi
whLh have ,no rivals. '1 lie
largctt assortment of
PLUG TODACCO AHD CIGARS IN
1 , THU KINGDOM.
OcVa' CA'GICA' Al.E Sr SODA WA IKK
has always beou rocogniseit as the
Lot lii die market.
OUR taiNpKX ALE EXTRACT
befug manufactured from our own
private formula in
AT.RATl.D WA'ICKS in Patent or Cork
Stoppere.1 bottles as ileshttd.
wnoi.r.SAi.r. & rutaii., 59 nuuanu st
KUTAIL, Coa. TOUT i. MIJRCIIANT SIS
CONinAClOR and llUW.Dl'.K,
HTEA M TLA XJ X O ilf L L S
Mnnufaciure all kinds of
v and Doom
mid all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turithift, Hitroll, anil Imntl ihwIiik,
All kinds of PUmni and Sawing, Moniiinjt, an I 'Tan
v '. nnliig,
OKDURS PUOMI'lI.V AIIKNnr.t) TO sND
Ordr IVom the other Islands toUcited 31fri
At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaaliumanu St., Honolulu,
IMPOR'I KR AND DKAI.KR IN ALL 1 III- LAI T.ST IMPROVF.D
t$.rJ?OEJS JSTSX X F9" O- ? S3 ,
Granite lion Ware, Plain and I
Tin Ware, of all kinds; . '
Lamps and laxnterns ; ""
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
OF ALL KINDS,
&2T A variety of House Furnishing Goods ton
E. 0. HALL & SON, (Limited.)
Have just rcceiml llx Hark Mcnilola nntl other arrival
Uoston'.Card Matches. Downer's Kerosene Oil, Frazer's AxloGreste,
Cotton Waste, Ice Cream Freezers, (all'sizcs),
Eddy's Refrigerators, (all fiit i), Lawn Mowers, Iron Agate Ware.
STOTES j1SX RANGKS,
- A NLW LOT 01
xatft Jifnl 4, fAV AsBMll
PLOWS AND BREAKERS,
01- ALL bUES
S3" Owing to the unusual demand for the above our stock (in hand was vciy much
reduced, and thu shipment has arrived jtibt in tune lor the present season. For kinds and sites
see descriptive catalogues, sent on application.
WE KEK1' CONSTANTLY ON HAND
La. stooe: of
f Rubber Hose;
Galsanlrcd Iron and Lead llpt ;
Sheet Lead and Cop'pe'
and Sheet Iron Work,
numerous (n mention 48'7)
INCLUDING - '
Soo)i, No. 1 Laundry Soap (in case),
Lrasivu Soap (in case),
Kau Linseed Oil, ' ;
Oil, Neats Toot Oil, Castor Oil,
E N TINE,
Slock of all Kinds of
"T A EE ,
be had at the
E. O. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and KiiiK htrecls, Ilrinohiln, 11. I,
Colgate'sJToilet Soap, Harness
Sterling Soap (in cntc),
Lard Oil, Skidcgale Oil, Peanut
T U K l
And a very Superior
H: A. H3 D
Readers. of the Daily Honoluiu Press
Will find it an advantage' to SEND l'OR OUR LARGE ILLUSTRATED
CATALOGUE, which, together with Samples, is SENT I' REE TO ANY
Wu are Retail Dealers in WEARING APPAREL of Every Description,
OUR TEN LEADING DEPARTMENTS ARE:
EANCY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, ,
DOMESTICS, WRAPS, CLOTHING,
, . 'FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS,
HATS, SHOES. MILLINERY,
We do not intend that anyone anywhere shall supply wants in these lines
so well as we. '
We have the Largest Geneial Retail Establishment on the Paqific Coast ol
Anieiica. Residents of the Hawaiian Islands can make handsome savings in
prices -and et the newest and best Goods by sending to us,
27 Snidll orders are filled with as much caie and attention as large ones,
The same gaods and prices to distant customers as to those who visit us personally,
WEXNSTOC& & LTUBIN,
400, 402, 404, 406, 408 K SL, SACRAMENTO, GAL.
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