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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 September 1886

I iR i IK tJP Hmr r WV jiVJ TV W TPi hW tj TH DAILY VOL I VJL m te THE COST OF LIVING Tho 1rlro of n AViilUCiiftllllonod lAto In tlio riti Vir or Iooil Vollowhitt tin 11 lu ot I tro3VltUon fci liihlsptp roithotitlstl of Cotunip lion loilUom the roeent nUtoni1 ioi Ntnticuoto los and ro vwiis loners of bit- icmnof labor Mr Ldwaid AUtimoii tlm omliioit thinker mi J WiitJion noiJl nnrt ecoiioniti ittettlons has furnished Urol MBticeti wlb on ntlcleinvlilcUhaeiiy 1 to pwvo ilM llio pi 1 0 of n weltCOiititloied llf In thuilty of Huston fjr foaJ sudtar clothing fuil mi I laundry may ba covered by tbo sum of S7 bavin wtiln thu limit j of ti i a yo i Hi fur sundrtoJ or luxu leV As Mr At OnssiiuiUUo theorist liiKenorol Iibs rcJu hli theory to pracliw his words tiro worthy iuoo attention tin 1 Is usually 1 cl on to tboio who prrifBi tJ liuvo colvci mi ctctnmli problem How ho icaly lodg hmsot w do not know but lie a Brl8 that for lWiiycar two young men can jet a detent rurnl luu roon Ht1 liintn...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 September 1886

lfk w THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY 1VI0RNING CXCPT SUNDAYS Fi rite rrornttTj nr tn 1ir IVatttm o Ce Imfrtn At tho Onioelo fcl aCoroliant TtutMs or svuwnwriox rruii JAW Me mn t 3W Ihtc inonls I ljs lernenili jit PiSaje add ilocaL i CT Siiliiirlithwi Inittb o in Hlennte thief c nmunicalloiii fttmall pa tscf tw KlngJi mil itvaj t bo aompHaltj II mitten Intndeil f r ptiMentt n as well ti tus rii c rni Au cui jntvo J oJvrli intnu hoIJ U nd resjed la T1I5 DA1IY IICIMLD nSNESJDAVSiiPTEMljrItVjS86 SALUTATORY One may begin almost any legitimate business without asking Icaie of the community cr giving the public elabo rate explanations of his venture This privilege seems however by universal custom to have an exception in the cuse of stai ling a newspaper Probably journalists have themselves to thank for this curtailment in therease of a com mon rigit Jking professional belicv trs in the doctrine that advertising is the life of business they have been eager to set forth the merits of t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 September 1886

f jV f TrJ fl V V f or i i ttr7V bK 37 r to the Rev E C Oggcl Mumn ii niiniKf THE DAILY HERALD -Win io for isuio rmtir at tho lowlns XUiltioa J M OAT Jr Co Mmlisnt tttre T OTHHUM i 3toitltrct I rloo R ContB LOCAL NEWS menu Thif is u liu newspaper men become prematurely aged Mr W E Merrick has made a h indsomc curio in his line a calnbash fisihioned after the old intive style I is of kou highly polished chd the cover has an inlaid disk of koo with b ring of home white wood round it King Knlukain and Governor nis vcre lanquettd Hotel on II Ward and Mr J I R marriage feast of Mr Oliver Stillman and Miss Moltcno who nre to be united at the Roman Catholic Cathe dral on Thursday evening The work wai done by hand in the fancy bakery on lha premises and the figures ana flowers arc very pretty I The first subscription paid the Dailv Herald is thit of Mr A Werncr Accidentally hearing at the lunch table in Nlltea that it was starting his hand diveo for a half dollar on the instant Miy he live ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 September 1886

te f I 4h E Kf I it- p M is n C a rwwii me iimiit Jr THE DAILY HERALD 13 PUBLISHED every Corning EXCEPT SUNDAYS TjSX tiu rnWMt iMK BY lilt PkKJSPuStiMltXQCe Limited At llo OmoeStt 5 Atrtroliniit tiuiu1 or svusoniiTiox IV Anru i r Si mnit a 30L monllit 1 1 PtrraJnih 5tt lVfcageftdd tlocaU CS Snuisrltilrn Jii ii 0 in Diitf c rimunicalionj from all pa iccT th hlenncc KingJjm t -in oinuj o nctrcptuuic All mattes intended f r pttHcntt n in well m tut eimoftiuietwniaJ aJvrWtueu uold U adJrrsied 10 THE DAIIY HERALD WE DNES fDA Y S EPTE MHifiTi 886 SALUTATORY One may begin almost any legitimate business without asking leave of the communilycr giving the public elabo rate explanations of his venture This privilege seems however by universal custom to have an exception in the case of starling a newspaper Probably journalists have themselves to thank for this curtailment in therease of a com mon rigln Being professional bcliev trs in the doctrfne that advertising is the life ot business they h...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 September 1886

wn i 4R fe m l T1IC DAILY HERALD Will lo for sttlo Dlilly tho Jjol lowltijx Xlnooas J M OATJrtCo MmliMit T GTIIKUM arorttl lrloo O Ccmts LOCALNEVS Binam leaves pressed make materia for elegant book marka ii 1 1 1 i ii Messrs Hustacc Robertson have lost n horse valued nt 350 by 1 cjm tnon equine distemper I I The arrivals at the Hawaiian nthusistically declaring 1 1 them all light now Come this lec Cream Parlors They are forthelbP wf lr llrtn fnictf M - OtllU UnlCSS It and Miss Molteno who arc to be united at the Roman Catholic Cathe dral on Thursday evening The work wai done by hand in the fancy bakery on lbs premises nnd the figures and flowers arc very pretty The first subscription paid the Daily Hekald is that of Mr A Wqnner Accidentally hearing at the lunch table in Noltcs that it wms starting his hand dived for a half dollar on the instant Miy hc live to be proud of the paper Mr Dillingham hearing Mr Wenner thanked for the first money paid into our exchequer made up fur being o...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 September 1886

3 I A p fi 1 rW S r w - v 1 - V y y mJVm CB mii JiiJtiijniiitfjliililiiiMtijjrfBaTiiimlliliii n iitsiMiiimwiiiii i mj A TKIP 0VK11LMD N0TE3 OF A TYVENTY FlVEDOLLAR TniP ACH033 THE CONTINENT- A Clones Jnilda tbo rullman at na Cast ward Bound Tritln Tho UokIiiiiIii of Aciunlutnncoihli At Odan ami Omaha Uroalc Dj at Cliicnao Tho first night on a deeper b one of un coslncw Kouody sleeps ivclt Tcopls looi r sfciuico at oicU oilier nud wonder who it wEu JNei vcus untra eletl women scent the cvalldanco man iu oveiy initio tlpcdlu tli i nr they apriniilo tbitnsolves with bulwch Lifer reurns Wornon who are old cam- rnlintW iliuling tlunisoUe lelojnteJ toJ tipyer LcrtUi nuke thai moan wlthm ctr ihitof mm who have lower bcilht It luiitilly nrsweri Itiviirial ly if tLo women iiiu or stcut Let a mau o tbo Oicitst boor Uiat ovit trcatbaJ rnJ he -will t bingo with aincilty if n at vrouinn ija tbls Uwr boith Ibcre Isu tntiomo fory vxtaut of tho lop berth bottMnxUon under th prcssur of leitiiulno tu...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 September 1886

f i mil jji iijii VOL I dj serf- j nffjfri AOTORS BEFORE THE CAMERA Some of Thorn Obliging mid Sm of Othorwlso John MeCulloitnli conlal John was ono - - I VV TiwT iyrsT i JiV of tho boat of men to bo photographed j ho was always obllgltijr Ho was uio ooau Ideal of gontlomaiily manhood Wo woro taking lilm In a largo number of costumes ono buiiday oh yon thats tho only day wo can Rot for tlioso pooplo and had coino to Bpartaciw Wo had chosen tho position and It was ono whoro ho hold his arm high nbovo hi head Aflor John had placed it thero ho said How this reminds mo of tho tlmo I wont with Forrost to havo tho some thing done and in this amo position and tho toar came into his oyoa I tell you John loved his inaslor iorrost as fow uro loved Charles It Thorno Ji plcturo al ways had an Immonio salo particularly at tho tlmo of tho groiit run of tho Uankors Daughter Ho wont upon tho prlnclplo that ho was a publla servant und owod that much to It Lcstor Wallaclt was a chaimlng slibjoct Wo t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 September 1886

i fi al u rsvyrTT J T r M k4J Vt Wl is j Per annum - SU montns lhrctmonths Per month - - s t m cr1 iiirliiliiMiWitiiaJBB3tsi J - iv fHfi DAILY HERALD IS PUULlSHED EVERY MORNING EXOEPT SUNDAYS FtW fflh 1MiPftthTilK 8Y iiU 1louuiPulitlllUMiln LllilTKl AtthoOHlOO No 0 atoroluuit SI rutins Of svmonivvioijt i iAfY r rTi6 3- 06 00 130 SOUS Postage additional tST Siibcrlpllnn lainbc In Atleaiicc Itrief Communication from all parts of llie Kingdom All mutters Intended for nuhlicatfan a well as bust nets communications and advertKcmentJ thouKI be addressed to THE DAILY HURALD THURSDAY SEPTEMBR 2 1886 THE LOAN BILL The two million dollar loan bill Jtwhich the Government introduced after ward abandoned and ultimately under pressure applied by the leader of that party in the house which holds the Min isters at its mercy was passed on sec ond reading the last thing before ad journment on Tuesday evening Mr Gibson was allowed to make a show of guiding the measure to passage but Mr Kaulukotuwas th...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 September 1886

T 0 THRUM W ft 1 x Lt Trloo d GontH LOCAL -- Iott street NEWS The Hlrald was well terday tcccived yes- St Louis College will rc open on x Monday Sept 13 Subscribers will please notify the office of failure to receive papers Cleanliness i next to godliness and the Kapiolani Hath is next to the Myr tle Boat Club Fall term of Mrs Wallaces Aca demic School for Girls opens at 190 Nuuanu Avenue on Monday Sept 13 ITon James Keau one of the mem bers for Honolulu has been appointed night keeper of the Station House The first issue of the Herald was poorly printed but this defect will be overcome shortly if not this issue S J Levey was printed by mistake for J Lcavy in the list of passengers by the Australia as given yesterday The police report n very quiet night no arrests being made for drunkenness Four prisoners were in the cells arresUd during the day on warrants A native man on Liliha street was very near the last extremity on Tuesday night from excessive drinking Oil wjs administered br...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 September 1886

ifcfl n m m IS- 51- F k PSi V A WW m 3V sr fc rv Xh Vr W fc Sri Stf K s fin t II W Mm - fA i IPm m soutiiM mm WlDELY OIVErtGENT VIEWS HELb DY THREE CLASSES OF WHITE Tlie CoiorcifSlnn la n Vorjr Imitative Animal lias nn Oklgliiiil Genius Hiis a NaUvo Ciipncity Kunl to Thnt of tlia White Niggers ant got no sonso naturally all thoy know thoy sort o pick up from vrhlto folks Then It sort o stown up In thalr heads an thoy git It out In their wnyj mil you nil mil it big niggor eciuo This oraiulnr slatomont by a nntlvo with Mbom 1 rxxloon tlio Richmond Dnnvillo rodd sums up tho real opinion of tho mass of uttoduuital southerners Thoy uro libcrnl friendly to all mou and kind to the colored peoplo but thoy nro skoptlcil nbout tho results of gonorul education And It is a striking proof of tho nntlvo liberality of tho southrons that thoy nro prnctlcolly utuunimous In favor of popular education despite their wldo divergouca of vlows as to thd mutt Knoh maintains that tho rutult will justify his...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 September 1886

VOL I A V THE WEDDING OIFT Sudor a lilddon hand to Btrow Along tlio way which you shall go Wlutoly mid soft ns llaltos of snow Bomo wnyldo blooms of Happy If onco your passing foot May lightly proes them a you moot Tho crown of Joys tho rose complete Uoavona gardonor hath brought THE AQAVE OF MEXICO Joaquin MMor Wrlton or tho Mnguoy riant It Uiilvorenl Uiofiilncss Horo wo have a blossom ns big as n bar rel and twlco or thrlco ta long From tlili hUgo bulk it boglns lengthen out and stand up as If It meant to knock Its top ajjalnst tho stars I havo soon this ilowor of Moxlco nttaln to forty foot In holght And I think It must at such time hold on Its Mil and splundld atom about VOOO blooms Tho ngavocomos vory mnr lolng broad moat milk and clothing to tho Moxlcnn Ho makos hammocks and all kinds of coids and ropo3 and lings and coarse clothes out of Itfl llborj ho covers lib mlsorablo hut with it attor a fashion and foods it to his donkey It is froquontly his only provision and it is cor...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 September 1886

w Bfc - 1 ikM u if Hf S m R- 7 T s I r Wt Ai 4W6iiw4ttwijfciiii twi Jj ijwii J i I r sees t is i IK RlKtv R fO Til rS KflKC aalirt a 99f ilR ifkbMw i THE DAILY HERALD is published EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS mtKTOR by tiik Press PusttslitKoCo LtttfTKD h AX tho Onioo NoaO Morblmnt St - l TtiRttS OF HVBSOniVTIOX Fer annum 600 Kit mnnlh 1DO Three months Per month -4 5c Pottage additional HT iliXteripHn 1aynhle sii Jcfvdiirc tlrief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended for publication as well as busi ness comrtiuriications and advertisements Ihoild be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBR 3 1886 THE BORRCVTNG BUSINESS When Mr Gibson announced in the Legislature that the Government had abandoned the intention of raising a special loan we doubt not every sensi ble heart in and out of the Legislature rejoicccl The Opposition in the As scmbly applauded and there passed through the community a sentiment of approbation Perhaps the...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 September 1886

-- r 1 0 THUUM filoo 5 CotitH HWWMHMMM THE DAILY HERALD AVi 1 1 to for ndl o IDullr t Uio Oiol lowlnK PltlocH t M OAT r Co Merchant Meet Fort street L0CALNEAVS The Bishops service at the Anglican Cathedral to night Kawaiahno Seminary new fence built round it having The Queens Own will have battery practice at the barracks this evening The Hnnnitilti Rifles are to have drill on Friday evenings fit of recruits for tire bene A nrlvate detective bureau is one of the possibilities of the near future in Honolulu The S y Mariposa from San Fran iVo for the Colonies is due here to morrow with dates to August 28 Mr Harrv Armitacc Joes to the Volcano by the steamer V G Hall to day He will probably spend a week with Madame lcle The Stillman Moltcno wedding is postponed till Saturday on account of Princdss Liliuokalanis birthday cele bration yesterday This is a slack season in Supreme Court Chambers giving the clerks an opportunity for entering up and classi fying the term and other work The new...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 September 1886

1H I ft iff llf am Ji 9 fie fifes f ID to1 ft Rfc - r s r LI - - - - - t - r7Tt7i MattTHg af iv ihhim m J L - V vs iv f AiiniMiM Ttf jrnKMBRBVTCSa i ifti HiSm ii mn ON A SHEEP 1UNCH iiniiiawiiiiiiifci DISMAL LIFE LED BY THE WRETCHED MEXICAN HERDERS An ISxorilbliitlnK Monotony About tlio Uitslnaia ol SliKop lIcnltnc The Hoxl unit Henler on Duty Hard Work and yr from KxoKlng Dogs Thlt Is a flno shoop country about hero and tho principal ranch on Calamity crook la said to bs tho largest In tho state I dont Inow ths oxaot number of shop ownod by the proprietor of thUranoh but It must run up Into tho hundreds of thousands Twenty years ago ho was a bankrupt wool merchant in tcebl6 health to duy ho JU a ruddy faced halo and lionrty man of TO whoso check li good for JIOOOOO any day With on original plant of 600 owes his Hook has steadilr increased to Its present proportions and they litorally roam on a thousand hills Sla op ro qulro a good deal of enro and nttention and every man who undort...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 September 1886

r VflrMMBBBMWMMlMIIIWM L lhWmmWmmW VOL I BOSTONS IRREVERENT NICKNAMES Exnuipleo of Locnl Wit DoslRiintlon of llio Ohurohcd Coun Vlllugi Thoro Is a corner on tho slopo of Iloacon hill at tlio Juiiotlon of Mount Vornon nml West Codar trootn whoro tlio Bllawnllc slnnU dospornloly wlinro In wlnto tlio ico coliocla mid mound which It U nt nny ttino rntlior dllllcult to Rot without filling To tlwollora nt tho West oml thin l known n loliit Judfth nnd many nrctho wrecks that havo beou mndo 011 IU ticochoroiw vorga Tho fntnlHnr tltlo of a portion of tho noxt stroot Is 0110 of tho hnppluntf oxatnnlos of tho Hortof local wit wo aro eoimldorltiK Arlsto cratio and sodato old Chestnut street takes it leisurely nnd dltftilfUd way between stately and autiqui mansions to Clinrlefc Btroot crossos It dugonorotouso far as to en tertain u lino of Hvcry stabler nnd Loeonies In popular parlance llorso Cliorttiitt stroot Then thoro aro tho tltlos by wlilch lrroy erontly jocular persons havo tlcslcnittod t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 September 1886

K PUiil Ut F M v j ft EU P BfK m RK R i tJsflf fctf raSBHPI ni I AllKmtikw fW x f st - -v A - - 55ST THE DAILY HERALD is rOiitisiiKb EVERY MORNING TXCEPT SUNDAYS IOK tiIb Propribto bv tiik IninVPuiMiiiiNoCo LlMIIKU AI thoOIllooNn COiror01mat Si nitis or nviistutiiTioW Per annum Sis mtntis Thru month Per mouth Postage additional 300 i8 Joeta iJT tiilnerllttoix iijnfcV In Attninrr llrief communication from all parts of the Kingdom stilt altrnyt be acceptable - AllaUers intended for publontion as well as busi ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to TIIK DAILY lllRALD SATURDAY SEPTlSiMBR 4 1886 - DANGER AHEAD It lias been seen that during the cur rent hicnnhl period the Government will have provided the two inillion loan be negotiated in addition to an en hanced ordinary revenue an immense amount of money to expend probably three and a halT millions or including the cxpenditurcunder the ordinary ap propriations six- and a half millions Withal the Ministry will not ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 September 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Will bo ftr Halo XUiily ut tlio 3ol lowlnn IImooh J M OAT Jk Co vMerdint street T 0 THRUM Iort street lrloe 5 Contf LOOALNEAVS There has been lightning the past two nights Four victims of gin were hauled fn up to midnight Walmanalo and its stockholders re joice for copious rains The Paukaa Sugar Cos bonds arc all sold Advertised in the Herald Nuuanu stream was vocal with the lesult f the heavy rain of night before last Mr Fred Oat is book keeper for Robert More Co in place of Mr C E Coville crossed the street to Castle Cookes A prisoner escaped from Oahu Jail yesterday afternoon and was recap tured on Fort street by No 131 Officer Lakalo The two young native women who made a racket on a schooner nighl before laSt are serving out seven dollar lines on the reef A household on Alakea street was disturbed a few evenings ago by a prowler who escaped before the Incn living in the house could catch him The cook of the bark California fell through the forchatch th other nig...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 September 1886

BHm MMMMHiHHMMSniBMiHMnBMMIAManiMMMManMIMMKkaaHMHaHiaialBaMtHMiwanaBiMMaMkBiaMiMauHP Wl i r - - i ttzj KHISC - I I PRATO OF CASH BOYS HOW THEY WOtlUY THE OLERK9 IN THE LARGE RETAIL STORES rimilng Sntenlmtlos Ureases nuil Ihu Clerk Coiit Tnlla tu tlin Ottahlimutl Stool Wr nptilng Uti Mil hlines for yubjoctod by Vines Casltl cried tho dork In a prominent dry goods toro na ha dasliol ft paper botwoon tho Imh m of mi uc Oiiut book uml lit ought Ills peucll down oil tUo ouutrt tournl tlino kl yUh tlio propriotor would dis clmrgo oory molliorH lascnl of tlioso llttla wretches out of tuls Lull Hug ami get tbo pntont railway in tbolr stottd I ennt find a boy wlktiov r In Is iioimIoiI but just let a prutty glil stnml ut this counter ilo and tiieio aio instantly sovon ensh Lays wcoIng about this nblo Id haug a boy quicker than lightning I would His proper pin o in in a tioud mlll anyhow What ure tho duties of a cash boyf tukoil tho roporlqr as bo gazed arouni nnd taw several cottbu hcaded urc...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 September 1886

VOL I - A8HIP IN A CYCLONE The Story of tlio Morry Irnmlius nnil Hor Crow A 8illorM Lucky 12aonio Wnl sir I liopo I lnny bo kooMiiuilod if wo Uldnt lio right In thitt spot until 4 oclock In tho attorioon aloro tho storm cnino Tin n It i unit down on us ni II It Lttil boon BUot out of a gun Tlio sky turned so blaox in live inuiuto Hint ltsliona linn wltU a big howl tho wind ciuuo down on us Thero was n report llko u cannon nnil our big nmlntOjsl was blown right out o tho bolt 1 Olios Tho old hooker heeled ovor till her loo roil war in tho water an then sho jumpoil forward llko nmd Hut boforo bIio hod ninilo o cables longth sho enmo to a denil itop and stood right straight up And now comes tho Btrango part of my story Tho Jib and spnnkor woro trluimotl In Hat Hut would yon bollovo It Blr tho Jll illlod out to Btar board und tho kpnnker to port nnd tho duined old hooker began to go round Down with your hehul yolled tho old man Lord bloit you Blr wo didnt know which wus down fur tho win...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 September 1886

w tt V THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISH KD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FOR THK TROfRIKTOIl V TIU ParaSPvtillslllNdCo LiMirrli At tho Oilloo No CO Mprolmtlt St i JWi thumb or svnsoiuiTJox Per Annum Six montn I hrs month Per month 5no 3 IJO 50CU Intnge additional gar Siibicvtpllau lUHilia hi ftfiirr llrlef communication front nil parts of the Kingdom will always he acceptable All mMtes Intended for publication as well a bus nesn communication and ndvertemente should lie addressed to THE DAILY IIUKALD MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1886 FOREIGN NEWS UNITED STATES Mnny of the Grand Army men from the East remained after the National Encampment to look up available ranches on which to settle but most of the grazing lands of California are taken up already The California raisin crop is estima ted to exceed last years by 100000 boxes The trial of Geo W Tyler on the decoy contract charge in San Fran cisco resulted in hopeless disagreement of the jury The defendant was fined 250 during his cross examination ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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