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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 29 September 1886

VOL I W78FJFW flWfriFrT r 4 CACTI AND COCIILNKAi HOW THE INSECTS ARE REARED AND CULTIVATED IN TENERIFFE Ilnliltntlon unit Iiedlntj Grmitul of tlio Insect from Wlioso lloily I Kxtnietoil thn AVnll Known Crimson Iy Cnro of tlio Vming -Hastily for Miirlmt Tho gonornl otTect of tlio lnndscnpo Is I Hint of rocky Kterlllty nntl ovon cultivation Li s nt presont conducted bccuis to mid to lthobarronftppcamnco lor almost tlio solo I crop worked In tlio uolgliborliood of tho ticlty la tho cactus n plant which with Ha h prickly Bplrcs and Its fat bulbous greasy OUlglliK loues is 10 mu niu vury cuiiiium Uon of uuly worthlessncw lttiresonts tho V appearance of dwarflshness and do- lormlty nnu disease anu distortion Jiut out of disease sprlnjjoth health and from oven this monstrosity wealth has conio to the cultivator for this plant Is the habita tion and feeding ground or the cochineal TAKINO OAIIB OK TIIK COCHINEAL This Is tho Insect from whoso body is ex tracted tho rich crimson dyo used in co...

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. — 29 September 1886

111 If W in V I Vr l vfl 1rViti wmwv w t tT vjyrffwnr i - - v1 ir1 Iff THE DAILY HERALD fNatioii of the tcins would be of general JlbbcrtiBcmcnto Sciml bbcrticcmcnta 91 driily cttuucuiocmcilis i occurrence An overhauling of II s siKD lhe whole bngade of chincsc hackJicn -- -- l if EVERY M O R N I N G thad WMT engineers doubted the feasibility of II iK the pioject judged from their point NISflW lvllffl -A m temis or HiH0rrv of view However M Eiffel went at mlfe HE LIit lH 19 ill W v fflJL rnnum 6 0o JS Three months so imJT Ptrmomh 50Cl U mv Postage additional jw 3T Subscription JViiWo In Ailraner tit JIk Jj in r to P I IK ft Tjrkf communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended Tor publication as w ell a busi ness communication Anil fwUrttmni Vntti i THE DAILY HKRALD WEDNESDAY SEPTEMR 29 1S86 CREDITABLE Last evening only two of the Portu guese immigrants by the Amana were left at the depot All the rest had been engaged and departed to the sc...

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. — 29 September 1886

fctfo I t TV Ttil THE DAILY HERALD h AV1H ff hiiIo Dully nt tho 11- loWllllZ fllUIHHS I J J M OAT Jk A Co Merchant Mnct i TO THRUM Port street It CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hold Stiect Piloo G ContH LOCALNEWS The Japanese training ship Tsukuba liad target practice off port yesterday Subscribe for the Herald now so that the carriers will know your plncc by the first of October VUt MMtr Iwtln itirt Linn flrfv M 1 1IV 1ICVY MUIIVI IUI SMC V engine to replace the one ruined in the h biu fire is expected soon from the hast 11 - 11011 wco v niaciiiiiuiicivruu ncm to the Coast on business connected h with the 2000000 loan will be home I by the Mararaa this week fViL IJw Cl Chung Quai Sou the hack driver who uavc evidence in the Soi Yung f shooting case was yesterday arrested for perjury anu let oui on 1000 nan Sixty one Portuguese immigrants comprising 15 men 11 women anu 33 children were shipped to I amakua Mill Hawaii by tne schooner hinc last evening Mr Godfreyreporter for the Gimttc is going t...

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. — 29 September 1886

Jilt hi I m ma P 11 A cmtious CASE A case which is remarkable ns shoe ing how an innocent man without any fault or even negligence of his own and without any actual fraud by any one else lost the savings of a lifetime and had his home swept away leaving him apparently without right to recover from any one is set forth in an interesting opinion field by Judge Gordon in the Common Pleas Court Philadelphia The result was only possible by a re markable concurrence of events be ginning in 1867 and continuing to 1SS2 In July of the former year Horace Din net Jr i an eminent lawyer went to the office of the Recorder of Deeds to en ter satisfaction of a mortgage on the premises No 1115 Lombard street given by John Schoal and Charles rcst to Joseph Swift On the opposite page of the mortgage of the same amount between the same narties bearing the same date against the ad joining property No 11 17 Dy some mistake Dinney entered satisfaction of tins latter mortgage in which he had no interest a...

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. — 30 September 1886

I- n IV If I I m VOL I MY8TEUIE8 OF MODERN MAGIC The Secret of the Marvelous Till king IIciuV The ltlildlo n Simple One In modern times magicians lmvo made much usti of mirrors Tho colournted Sphinx trick or miking Head which caused such a profound scneallon whan It wai first brought out a tavr yenrs ago owed Its tiBtonlahlug elloot entirely to the nld of mirrors Not oven tho marvel ous nutoumtlo chess plnyor of Mnezol Is at all to he compared to tho Splnx which may Justly bo regarded as tho most re mnrkablo Illusion ever Invented for the bewilderment of mankind But while tho possibility of hiding the person of a dwarf within tho box upon which tho chess player was Bcated might have oc curred to nny one as a solution ot tho mys tery it was difficult for tho spectator to lmaglno how an agency other than super natural could bo connected with a head which lay In a dish on a plain four logged table lu tho mlddleof the stago and tnlked und smoked n plpo with as much sang frotd as If It h...

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. — 30 September 1886

R m fl lj M w eft t k 1 rj WW gy tyHIW4l igPUBW - THE DAILY HERALD is runusHcu EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS 1 TO TH PftOrRIKTOR IV T PRinliLUHINoCo Limited -At the OffloBNo CO Mofoluujt St TEItilS Of amiHCltllTJOX Per annum i 600 Six month 1 1 30a Thre monlhi 150 Vtr month 50m Postace additional JST Subtcrlpttotm rainblr In Atlrnnee Tlrief communications from all pam of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication a well as bust arss communications aud advertisements should le addressed to THE DAILY 1JERALD THURSDAY SEPTEMBRso 1886 - RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT This Kingdom will never have satis factory administration of its affairs until it has responsible government in reality There is now the skeleton of such but nothing more It has been seen possi ble for a Ministry to go to the polls and be emphatically endorsed by the voice of the people and the same -Ministry thus sustained to be ated in the presence of the peoples representatives pledged to support i...

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. — 30 September 1886

Is- VJrN THE DAILY HERALD SViU bo A hiiIo Disllv at ilm Jfol lowlriu TMujjohi J Mi OAT Jr t Co Merchant Itrtcl T 0 THRUM Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street lrloo O CoiitH LOCAIJNEWS There was nothing startling on the Station slate last night Mr Levey has a cash sale at ten and a sale of California produce at noon to day mm - Mr Frank Hustace and Miss Mary Ward were married last evening by Rev H II Parker The Honolulu Rifles had a satis factory drill under Captain Ashford at their armory ljst evening An amateur minstrel performance by members of the Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club is promised shortly A delivery cart of the City Meat Market was damaged yesterday by the horse running away on Beretania street Some of the Surprise party were glarLthey did not go to Ocean Island A sea trip to Waianae was good enough for them The Grove Ranch Pluntatioi Com pany has declared a dividend of twenty dollars per share payable now at the office of Messrs Castle Cooke This evening Miss Irene...

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. — 30 September 1886

n II us I I4 s r W rt i til W ji w II- 111 AM ttrfdftiAira iaicsioN Colone George W Macfarlanc ar rlvcd here on the steamer Australia charged with an important mission by the Hawaiian Government Though the envoy refuses to give any tion regarding the matter it has been reported by some of his fellow-passengers that the Hawaiian Legislature now in session passed a loan act about half an hour before the departure of the Australia and Colonel Macfarlane was hurriedly dispatched to treat with Mr II R Armstrong representing a syndicate of English capitalists in re gard to placing Hawaiian bonds to the extent of 2000000 on the London market to bear interest at 6 per cent redeemable in twenty years The syn dicate is composed ol Baring Brothers and Sir Alexander Mathcwson one of the wealthiest baronets in England whose nephew Mr Armstrong is The latter gentleman has been some time in the Sandwich Islands This syndicate will be joined by Claus Sprockets who already holds 500000 worth of Ha w...

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. — 1 October 1886

r - N A NEW 1XIAJMINANT LTbo Woutlorfnl UKlit QlvlitB Powors or IVlUEitoslnni Do you know said if cliemist to a Journal reporter that the metal MnaBiicsium is being- intrdduced in the United States as an illuminant as a substitute for all other lights The listener disclaimed any knowledge on the subiect Its successful introduction con- Itinued the sneaker will depend al together upon the cost of its prluc Ftion nothing but its high cost prevent- ling its practical use A tew years ago fit was sold at 40 a pound Now by a new process German it can be sld 1 at 8 a pound and there is little douut that ueiore long 11 win uc nrouticcti B even more cheanlv - Here the chemist took out a shining piece of what looked like a -strip of watchspring which he ignited As it burned it produced a powerfully bril liant light more intense even than electricity Its use will not be attended with dancer like electricity and it can be I arranged so that even the remote ti try cnurcit or uancing nan can nave...

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 October 1886

N iV T 4 Vvny infvpn v - F r vrn tr T - -- 3 t THE DAILY HERALD IS rUUllSHKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPTSUNDAY3 For Tin PnormETOX tr tn IttisiuiusiimuCo ItMITHI -At tho Olllon No 0 MorohaJit St runsia of avuscmvTios rcrannnm 600 Si month 300 Thre month r 10 Permonth 50CU 1 Postage additional tT SiiliterlpitotiK Iniiibr in Ailemirr Brief communication from all parti of tlie Kingdom ill alwayi be acceptable All matter Intended for tiuLlteatlon as veil As busl nesi communications and advertisements KhoulU Lc auuressea to THC DAILY IirRALD FRIDAY OCTOBER i 1886 A DOUBLE SHUFFLER There must be more than one class of people who require good memories Politicians of the shout and shuffle variety assuredly belong to the category One of that kind must ever be watch ing against not opening his mouth without putting his foot in it The other day Mr Gibson feigned depreca tory amazement that the present Min istry should be designated one of re form That gentleman evidently for sets an humble confession ...

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 October 1886

I SfwjjMj Jtiie daily herald Vlll ho nxHivli lenity at tht lowlim Iiiioih Kjj Mi OAT k tcVa Merchant street If 0 TllttUM rortstreet RYSIAI SODA WORKS Hotel Steel VlltHl RCoiltH FRIDAY OCTOBER i 1886 LO0ALNEyS Good night Miss Robindidyousiy - 1 The Marshal has interdicted cirri- ages standing in the Government yard IK - The bihd will shortly bloom out in new coat anu caps ureccnes anu buttons Mr C J McCarthy will open his new billiard parlors on Fort street to morrow morning An altercation between two Chinesc caused an obstructive crowd on King street yesterday afternoon Copies of the Herald containing the full report of the G A R Camp Fire are still obtainable Annlications for money orders by I the Wilmington mails arc receivable up Kill four oclock today Last niiilU was the eve of the ish New Year 5647 Eight days later p will be the Diy of Atonement One drunk and one common nuis ance were all the entries at the Station up till two oclock this morning A dividend of two dollars a sha...

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 October 1886

m m My i f I f n K mi I r 1M VI 11 y fartlLUATS To dny Is otirs whot do wo fcarl To diy la ours wo liuvo It lierol Lots trout it kindly Mint It mily Wlah tit lcnst with us to Bitty Lets banish business banish sorrow To tho gods belongs to morrow Anncreon Past falls the snow O lady mine I Sprinkling tho luwn with crystals fine lint by tho Rods wo wont replno While woro togothor Well chat and rhymo nnd kiss and dine Defying wcathor So stir tho flro and pour tho wlnol And lot thoso son gicon eyes til vino Pour their love madness Into mlnol I dont caro whether T Is snow or sun or rnlu or ulilno Ir wu ro togothor Mortiinor Collins Mrs Too Ummots Kino Dogs Of course you rcmombcr Mr Kmrnoto great St Eornard Hector Ho Is a flno dog but Mrs Emmots pets surpass tho record In that lino When the family woro last In England thoy bought from Mrs Mary Ann Troughcar of Bury a small Yorkshlro terrier which now weighs but Ave pounds anil Is small enough to bo carried about In n glass caso no larger t...

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 October 1886

VOL I WEARERS OP THE WIG Tlio Custom of tlio Moiliioval Diulo Otlior OMolal HondKOur The Speaker of the House of Com mons When he presents himself at the bar of the House of Lords for the ap proval of her Majestys commissioners wears a court dress but no gown either of stuff or silk On his return to the Lower House he assunies a full bottomed wig and a silk gown The official full dress of the first commoner in England is that of a Queens coun sel minus the bands worn when plead ing in the House pf Lords or on ap pearing on occasions on state The first Speaker was Monsieur Thomas de Hungerford 1377 in the reien of Ed ward II and he wore no wig Neither did Sir Thomas More who was Speaker in the fourteenth year of Henry VIII The first to do so was probably Sir Harbottle Grimstone who wore tf periwig in the first year of Charles II The first full bottomed wig of the Queens counsel pattern was worn by Robert Harley who bossed the Commons in 1701 under good Queen Anne The question now ari...

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 October 1886

n HI V wwr THE DAILY HERALD IS IODUSHUD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Tor Tim tjufHUTon v tui PkkihiilhiiinoLo IimiTkd -At tho OMoraNo UBMorolumt St TIUIMH Or SVJISOJUITJOS Per annum 600 Sit montni 300 Ihre months 150 1trmonih socu Pottage adJilional tST Subscription laijitble In Jitraiice Brief communication from nil porti of I In Kingdom will alwaj s Le acceptable All nutter Intended for publication a well at busb ne communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY IICRAM SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1886 OPIUM The three Ministers present in the Assembly yesterday Messrs Gibson Creighton and Kanoa have placed themselves on record as not being op posed to inflicting a legalized opium traftic on the country What do they care for the clearest and most unim peachable evidence that licensed opium in a former period increased crime and misery in a fearful degree What is it to them that the great majority of respectable people in the Kingdom arc deadly opposed to legalizing opium ...

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 October 1886

M It mmmTTZmiAnmmmSSASSjTI7F Mht HE DAILY HERALD rin bo for huIo Dully tit ho lowlnir lMltOUH OAT Jr Cti T1IKUM Merchant street Tori street HYSTAL SODA WOKKS Hotel Sheet 3rloo C5 ColilH SATURDAY tn i 0CT0U1SR a t886 LOCALNEWS Mr Lyons holds a cash sale at ten his morning wvi tT Will DC UUC WHS IllUIIllIIg Whispered amc uy tnc B C that a new Wilmington race bojt for the H If Another wcouing is promiseu i ulu society by IJanie Rumor within a ew weeks The groom is coming from a far country ft- The regular monthly meeting of tn Will DC nciu litis eveuum ai past seven oclock In the Police Court yesterday morn iK Kanakaule was fined 6 for drunkenness Jack charged with De ling a common nuisance was micu land i costs Four cases of drunkenness four of rt I leserting bound service iwo on I structing the street anu one oi opium in possession were on tnc station slate at two oclock this morning I I s I Special Officer Harry caught Chinaman smoking opium in a house an Nuuanu street about nine oc...

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 October 1886

1 s ll l ft W k 16 nwnfm WANTED TO 8EE JEFF DAVI3 A Noted Chnrncter WIio Had Never Laid Kycson Mm Col Oftden gavo mo an amusing Instance of tho effects of this Bcml omnlaconco on nu untutored native of tho southern swamps Nick Duchonovlllo hns a hunt ing lodgo near tho east end of Lake Pont chnrtrnln nud Is a noted character In this region Ho is an expert on dogs hunting and Ashing and all accessories to theso sports and Is a good hearted fellow who will now thon or oftonor get on a howl lilg sprco and is always grotcsnuoly pro fane Out on a gunning expedition with hlni three or four wcoks ago Col Ogdcn happened to montlon Jeff Davis Nick Balds That airs a man I want to seo I want to see I was In his war four years an I nlnt novor laid eyes on him ylt What kin o man Is ho colouolf Col Ogdon replied Nick Mr Davis Is a great man a very groat man There Is nothing ho doesnt know Why Nick ho knows more about mcdtclno than any doc tor you over saw and rnoro about horses than any of your s...

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 October 1886

I i I THE DAILY HERALD -- -- jt -- J VOL I Tlio Koraulauil tlio Boole of Mormon It the Hook of Mormon is not dis similar to Mohammeds account of his vision and revelation Hut Mohammed at that time was forty years of age while Smith had his vision at twenty two Mohammed lived in an age of Cimmerian darkness and his new reli gion was a manifest improvement upon the idolatory and pblytheism of Arabia Smith lived in the nineteenth century and his new theology was stupid and retrogressive Mohammed was a pros perous merchant and of high reputa tion Smith was a man of no standing and no influence Yet Mormonism gained more converts in the first three years than Mohammedanism Smith made a pretense of translating the gold plates the resulting production being popularly known as the Hook of Mor mon or sometimes as the Gold Bible It is dull and prolix in the extreme and is what Mark Twain would pronounce chloroform in print It is a bold attempt to counterfeit the Jewish Chronicles and is about ...

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 October 1886

m i 1 f I IW1 5 i I - m m Flf i 12 ri f m ft1 f I I a- v iJti t 1 II f I M I v J V - CUt THE DAILY HERALD is PunusiiRD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FuK THI rOfIITO HV TUI riHIIHIHC Limited a j TICJtllS OF HWSClltJTIOlf Peranum 6co SKmontns 300 Thrc miilln 130 ir riontii v jocts Pottage additluntl UT tubcrlpllot 1ayabe in Advance Tirfel communication from all parts of the Kingdom ui always be acceptable All matters intended for rjublieatlon aa well aa bull- nss communications and advertisements should -U addresca to - THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY OCTOBER 4 1886 PACIFIC COMMERCE Sir Charles Tupper Canadian High Commissioner to London was recently intOrviewcd in Montreal by a Witness reporter regarding the projected C P R lines of Pacific steamer As to the line to China he said that just before leaving London he had an interview with the Colonial and Foreign Secre taries and both expressed themselves highly in favor of the proposal being keenly alive to the advantages which would be obtaine...

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 October 1886

m HE DAILY HERALD rill be foi wilo Dully lit 11m Iol lowltut L Mhuom M OAT Jr Co V 0 THRUM CRYST AL SODA WORKS JrlttB O CoiiIn Waikapu Mill menccd grinding Merchant street Port street 1 Hotel Stietl MONDAY OCTOBER 4 1SS6 LOOALNEAVS The volcano is reported to be very ractive A reputedly 230 trotter came by the iMararoa from the Coast ta Mr G W i Gray Maui has com thc new crop of 1 sugar The Rccinrocitv Suorar Comnanv meets at noon to day at the office of I W G Irwin Co Mr C A Brown and bride left for a three months vi3it to the United l States by the S S Wilmington I The Pacific Naviftation Company have come into possession of the steam schooner Surprise for 20000 Mr John Thomas Waterhouse and wife after an absence of several months returned to Honolulu by the Mararoa The Mararoas Arctic regions were out of orderinvolving the grocers com ing short in California fruit and veget ables The building formerly occupied by Mr C Michiels was sold for 2750 and that tenanted by Mr Max Eckart l...

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 October 1886

i Ml K c lv fc KU tffjyMLW KBhsTffyByBPCTWBlffi frtfiSPSWF R9 rlr P j ifiBBH ffftft MftWpgB6BfffBWpWCTEJHWPffiCTBHlKffS JMBBinBwPC iwfy r lyi w t o3K8BMBiBMHBBPt 7fy tLiipty wpiMwBjyiJpP pWKqijsHISISEKi t li j TjnpPfii a i a R I v ffi If if J I h t JwWOTrifciiriiiirriiiMrari i 1P1 uliimiiMMfil He Colonel ltoctilvoil Promotion A friend told me how tho colonol of I1I3 roglmontMJcured promotion It is ft fulr inaiido of how slmm mllltnry reputation It iirmufnctured Tho regiment was In netloii In tho opon this In tho southwest junior Sliermnn Tho colonol wus on horsobnek In tho rear of his reslmont Just whero ho should hnvo been Tho Confed erate sharpshooters saw an officer on horseback nnd began to pay attention to him Tho colonol finding that tho sharp shooters had selected him for a target was trently alarmed and thought he wai to be killed Ho did not daro to rldo oft tho field nor did ho daro dismount whllo umlor fire for fear that his men would suspiot him of cowardice Hpfcpecdlly c...

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