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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 8 July 1887

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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. — 8 July 1887

P I tfHHHBBfe J up flP 4 Br 11 o flMNI mum JB Mi HhHIVH mt BIHiBIB K r i VI v nuvnowibiiCWiaT TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co Steam famine nollw Hutar UM Onotevt Iron llratt and head Catling If iiinuiuku nude to or description of Machinery every der larllcularattentlon paid to Ship Mk smithing Jl wtu exutetl on the h0 otice THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jowolor No CO Nuuann Struct Honolulu H I Particular attention paid to repairing Subscribe for the Daily Herald iHAiu jdiikAitUil - X m MWWUrt7t SA - v v HAS JUST KECEIVED FROM AUSTRALIA LADIES GENTS BED Rlcllnp LmwIim of Goat Skin nml Patent Leather Sadd Riding Hits Nickel Silver Plated and Steel and a I mention wincn i win sen at prices mat win astontcsh evbj Dont VotRti the Place Corner of Bring and Fort wwwnfin - A FINE ASSORTMENT OF M SADDLES Blankets Epglish Riding Whips of other articles too numerous to YBODY 3tr Chas Hammer Proprietor Mil P P H r i 1 r 1 -1 i t - 1 v r I i i TM n I Campbells Block Rooms io and n Entrance on Merchant St...

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. — 8 July 1887

i MMbSP HP- Ji0 SIS Mi Sabscribed and Sworn toby His Majeaty MCalalcaua I Kiag ofthe Hawaiian islands July 6th A D 1SS7 Whereas the Constitution of this Kingdom heretofore in force contains many provisions subversive -of civil rights and incompatible with enlighten ed C0nstituiicn1l Gjvernmcnt And Whereas It has become imper ative in order to restore order and tran quillity and the confidence necessary to a further maintenance of the present Government that a new Constitution should be at nice promulgated Now Therefore I Kalakaua King of the Hawaiian Islands In my capacity as Sovereign of this Kingdom and as the representative of the -people here tlnto by them duly authorized and em powered do annul and abrogate the Constitution promulgated by meha the Fifth on the 20th day of August A D 1S64 and do proclaim and promulgate this Constitution Article i God hath endowed all men with certain inalienable rights among which are life liberty and the right of acquiring possessing and pro te...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 8 July 1887

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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. — 9 July 1887

VOL II General Jllibcrtiocmcnls LBKERR Merchant Tailor 537 Murolmut Sliof t Mm just received from England a large 1 linn of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals ami Fancy Trouserings 1 mpfulnc ii largest stock ever opened out n llonoluhi nil personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin A 1 utter well and favorably known on the Pacific Coa and In the Eastern State ba bu n engaged and the finsst wotk In the city will be produced at reasonable rate Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II Co No 4 PO H II Telephone a8o Mutual Telephone 389 Joseph Tinker i nmlly ami hhilipliK JJutuhor OITY MARKET Nuuanu Street 1 orned Deef and Pickled Tongue always on hand Celebrated Cambridge sausages ffsh dally Deliveries free Jto any part of city and sjburus THE ONLY PRACTICAL lfflivh IJIJJ I 1 W I On the Islands is WM TURNEft pal J THE Ilox 306 lake No 83 King Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put in order po and see him SUN...

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. — 9 July 1887

I W TEE DAILY ffiAID is ruiiLj3iitt EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS rtnTIII POfRTnR BrTIIl PMUHIIHiLMHINOCo IIIMITFO Office Friend Building Bethel Street Tinvn of NvmoiuiTrox Ver annum J 00 Sli montn 3o Hirte montW o ler month 5o Postage additional AJ tST StiftterljilfoiM Payable in Aitranet tlrief eommunieatjons from all parti or the Kingdom will alwayt Ix acceptable All matter Intended for publication ai well a bust ness communicatloni and adrcitfcmentt should b addressed to THE DAILY HERALD HsATURDJVYTTijIAr 18877 F011EIGN NEWS From San Francisco July Alameda IM per S S UNITED STATES Eastern railways show a large increase in carnings thc past six months Pennsylvania iron men arc anxious over a remarkable increase in importa tions of iron and steel from Great Bri tain For the first five months of this year there was an increase of 372803 tons in the importations of iron from that country as compared with the corresponding period last year Yan Phon Lee a Chinese student excited much 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. — 9 July 1887

fiayw U4m THE DAILY HERALD Will 1t ft iilo DfillV nt tho ir0l lowiiitt JfcMuoon I c THRUM Fortune I Jl SOIER Merchant itrt i yTl SODA WORKS Hotel Stiwt JPrloo O Oontn URDAyTjULY 9 1887 XOOAXi JNE3WB Concert at Emma Stjliare this after- noon The Alameda left for the Colonics at six last evening The new Constitution is proclaimed by His Majesty in this issue I it im Queen Knpiotani was to have sailtd fur New York on the bcrvia July 2 Anion the arrivals per S S Ala mcdA was Dr G 11 Martin returning from a vacation Mr A M Ucwctt has the thanks of the llt iut for latest dates from his well stocked news counter Corporations arc required to note the communication from the Minister of the Interior in our official column mi 1 Honolulu Typographical Union No 17 will meet at Pacific Hose Com panys hall at half past six this evening The Temple of Fashion asks every body to catch on to n grand clearing sale at greatly reduced pricl s See its big spread in this paper M - I Among the few passenger...

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. — 9 July 1887

tjtotv tfktyiiuftrvfjnsFMmmnmifiiii ms A NILE KXCUilSlON MINISTER COX DESCRIBES SOME IN TERESTING EXPERIENCES The IhtinbltanU of ttio Vnllejr of the CJrent Klvcr Knllroati Trip The Ancient Ono llnmllfil rimtgtt A llngue of 1lIcK Tho IlitfTnlo Tho rallroml trip to Asyoot Is not to be forgotten Wo lind bealn Egypt before but never beyond Cairo or tho pyramids of Ohlzn so thnt the scenes on the railroad travel wcro novel diverting and Interest ing Having nn npnrtmeut or carrlrtgo to ourselves wo plnccd our portmanteaus on the scat nnd mounted thereon as a vant age situation and for eight hours from 9 a m till evening wo gazed out of the windows at tho strangeness of tho pano rama with Its constantly changing colors and forms Itcmember It Is winter raid February Tho grain harvest Is nearly ripe Tio cotton Is picked only a few bolls remain In the fleidc Tho sugar cane is being cut and carried on donkey camels nnd cars to tho sugar factories Tho long stalks aro seen everywhere Tho little ...

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. — 11 July 1887

VOL II General 3tftctUecmcnts LBKERR Merchant Tailor 7 aroiuilumt ftltwt tin just received Itom England a larfje ectton of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals mid Fancy Trouserings Comprising the larcwl Mock ever opened out in Honolulu nil personally Kcir when abroad delected ly Mr Mr J Spencer Martin A Cutter well ami favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern Slatoi has been enfaRcd and the finiJl work In the city will be produced at roasonablc rate Cloth of Various Kinds and TrlmintnKS for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone 11 II Co No 4 1 0 Uox 306- 1 1 II Telephone 389 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Jfomlly inul Hhlpplntt CITY MA11KET Nuuanu Street Cornell Ileefand 1ieVlcd TonRuot always on hand Cetehraled Cambridge Sausage fresh dally Deliveries free u any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL raciii On thu Islands is m TUKNEtt jAjrtiAlfckaiSd w i liKjl IMCI No 82 Kin Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order po and see him SUN...

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. — 11 July 1887

Twfrj riiiramVViaWariia TlfE QUEENS HOSPITAL Biennial Report of the Secretary vf iwj - THE DAILY IIERAtt IS rUDIlSIIEl EVERY MORNING EXCEPT BUNDAVS rorn PxomiRTOR avium PhrmPuuhmnoCo LIMITK01 Office Friend Building Betnel Strcet thumb or itvnsantvTios tt annum Sl monlnij i Three month tjo Per month Sclt Fattage additional tV Siilrrlpllom 1ainMe in Aitntner tlrief communication from all parti of the Kingdom will always be acceptable AU matters Intended for publication ai well at lull n communications and adrfrtltmentJ thould be aldteswd to THE DAILY HEHAID MONDAY JULY n 1887 To the OJJtctrs and Membcrt of tht Quttifs Hospital Gentlemen I have the honor in the absence of your secretary to pre sent the report from his department for the biennial period just closed Dur ing the period under review the Board of Trustees has held nine regular and three special meetings and there has been one special meeting of the corpo ration the record of which has been read to you The medical department...

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. — 11 July 1887

rtfaityiMi THE DAILY IIE11ALD -a ill 1 ft MIl 35Uv at llio KoU lowlim AMuuph i THRUM Firt lret I SOPKK Merchant Hrt YlTAl S0JA WORKS Ilotrl Stiett Xrlo O Contn MONDAY JULY n 1887 jjOCAJ Hand night- A move in expected soon NEWS concert at Emma Square to boating circles may be The John D Sprcckels takes a mail to tlie Coast Tuesday n mini 1 1 ii The Supreme Court Term resumes s sston this morning The bark Colusa will sail for Port lownscncl to morrow Pacific Hose Company holds its monthly meeting this evening In a card elsewhere Dr Miner an nounces the resumption ol prarticc for hunsclf in Honolulu Messrs Gibson and Hayseldcns trials for embezzlement ore due in the Police Court this morning The Pacific Mail dock is receiving n new foundation A plank was left off over deep water last night Hon A S Cleghorn lias been appointed acting Governor of Oahu in place of Hon Antonc Rosa a A young native girl who fell very sick at the Knwaiahao Seminary was removed to her home on Nnuanti street y...

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. — 11 July 1887

I I II IF I K I mliikiwihliMiiimimimfahtimiftiu Scnctitl bbctttdcmtnis T - t Water Hatas x Ail persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates are hereby notified that the Water Rates lot the Term ending December 31st 1S87 will be due and payable at the office of the Honolulu Water Works on the first of July 1887 All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional ten pcr cent Parties payingratcs will please present their last receipts CHAS II WILSON Supt of Honolulu Water Works Approved 1 L Altolo Minister of the Interior Honolulu June 8 1887 Ci UnnoQ 1 Restauran it No 106 King Street Elegant Rooms Cleanly Service First class Cookery Moderate Prices This restaurant has been renovated and painted in cheerful tints with frescoed ceilings Kooms lofty airy and kept in the best order Private eating stalls for those desiring such Tables covered with dcaa linen and patrons served with the best food in the ntosl skilful cookery ...

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. — 12 July 1887

irmrnf -- VOL II General libttHccmcnls L BKERR Merchant Tailor U7 MVifihunl Wtroot Ha Just received from Unglintl ft large cctlon of HUB GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Mioy TrousoringB Comprising the latest stock ever opened out In Honolulu nil personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin A Cutler well and favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern States Im been engaged and the finest work In the city will be produced at reasonable rales Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Co No 4 1 0 Hox 30k 1111 Tclcphone28o Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker ITtunlly itiul Shlpplim Uutohor CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Corned Ucef and Pickled Tongues alwa on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLV PRACTICAL Ml otlce varan -Pantheon THE maKcr On the Islands is TO TURNErt No 8a Klnf Street If you want jour watch well repaired or your clock put In order ro and s...

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. — 12 July 1887

fc V Lt l I riii i lil i Ti tiiiinnniiii THE DjVILY HERALD IS IUHLISIIK EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS l Tlli POKITO T Tll PRJ PUktMIIINaCV f I Limited Office Friend Building Bethel Street TKUMi or HVtiscnfTios PtT annum 600 Six mntm 300 Three thomrij 150 Per month jocti roslnge addition tr Nitbtcrlpitons Jaynbte in A it en iter Iruf CAimnumeation fremiti art 1 of the Kingdom wilt klwfcyt ht ncctptaWe All mitttrl jntemlnl for publication M well butt net communication and ftdverttamenU fthottld be iddreMed to THE DAILY HERALD s TUKSDAY JULY 12 1887 THE LOAN AND THE PACIFIC MISSION Wc learn that the Cabinet anticipa ting the suggestion of a contemporary that they should take the public into sttiM their confidence as fully as public inter ests would permit have agreed Upon a policy of keeping the press fully in formedupon the results of their councils While much of tlie time of the new Ministers has been given to the restora tion of order out of the chaos In which they found everything p...

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. — 12 July 1887

I I n TUESDAY B T T1WJMLTIIHEAID Will 1 Ar h1o DnUy lit tho Foil IovIiik PJiiuoh 0 TIlRUMw Fottittm II SQrhRjf Merchant iireel VSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Xrfon tJ Oeiitn JULY CeoUeL0ng 1 meets ifnlit there 12 ost G A Street I887 IMXi Jsrisws f r A bookjkccpcrls Wanted Tir R A scrlcsTof official niipointincnts are carcttcd elsewhere 1 1 1 j The mail by the J D Sprcckcls will close at 30 this morning - 1 1 1 1 The Y KL C A book keeping class is off for vlwo weeks owing to Mr P C Jones taking n trip to Hawaii 1 A crew pf the Honolulu Boat Club were ouXjuacttslng last evening Their time arSuntllhc Spar buoy was 2210 Capt Harry Swinton of the Canute dclivcrccra rattling reform address to the natfves at Koloa on his last trip The fcdncert at Emma Square last night deserves praise for the way in which the boys responded to the baton of Irof Merger MT I in III Seek health and vigor by a plunge in the briny surf at the Waikiki baths where ct cry convenidiice and attention is furnished by Mr and ...

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. — 12 July 1887

ff V fc t v Ctatcntl bbcrtlscmchto n1 -v Water Hates All person holding water privileges or those paying water rates are hereby notified that the Wafer Rales foi the Term ending December 31st 1S87 will be due and payable at the office of the Honolulu Water Works on the first of July 1887 All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they arc due will be subject to an additional ten per cent forties piing rates will please present their last receipts CHAS D WILSON Supl of Honolulu Water Wotks Approved L Allot Minister of the Interior Honolulu June 8 1887 u Hoe ran No 106 King Street t Elegant Rooms Cleanly Service First class Cookery Moderate Prices This restaurant has been renovated and painted in cheerful tints with frescoed ceilings Rooms lofty airy and kept in the best order Private eating stalls for those debiting such Tables covered with clean linen and patrons served with the best food in the most sklllul cookery All trying the Club House fare once will admit that it ...

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. — 13 July 1887

VOL II cnciitl ucrttacmcnts L B KERR Merchant Tailor 07 Mroimnl fltroot Has just received from England a targe cctlon of HUE GOODS Suitings Diagonals mul Fancy Trousorings Comprising the largest stock ever openeit out in Honolulu all personally sclectcsi by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Marlin A Cutter well ami favorably known on tlic Pacific Com nml in the Eastern Statos has been engaged and tlw finest wotk In the city will be produced at reasonable rate Pantheon THE Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II 11 Co No 4 P O llox 306 1111 Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone aSo Joseph Tinker Kiuiillv tut SiljJiln Mutohor CITY MABICET Nuuanu Street Corned Hccf and Pickled Tongues always on hand 1 Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh daily Deliveries free to nny part of city and suburbs THE ONLV PRACTICAL Eilisli fttclimak On tho Islands is WM TURNEtt No 82 Kino Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order Io and sec him S...

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. — 13 July 1887

fci i l 4 K tV wivmtmwty THE DAILY HERALD IS 1UltltRHKt EVERY l O R N I N G I SJidEPT SUNDAYS rjltITirPiofilTriiiivlrii Pasft ltitiUrtiwCi N i3 lUlltTKD Office Friend Building Bethel Street liiitais oi sdiiscnivrjos IVf annum Sl tnonlM Thtet months Pet iionlh ia tt J 600 306 150 Sct PMae additional Subicrlpttoni Pafjnble in Aitranee tlnf communication from alt parti of the Kingdom wilt alayi bt acceptable Atl matters InunJttl for publication as well at buri nM communication and advertisement ihould be adJrtssed to TIIK DAILY ItEUAID WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1887 THOUGHTS ON THE TIMES While the people who passed certain resolutions to the King have got their full demands complied with barring one particular that His Majesty lias re served for judicial inquiry it is mani festly the duty of all classes in favor of reform to help the further develop ment of the programme adopted by the mass meeting It would be folly to claim that the new Constitution is perfect There are doubtless relics of 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. — 13 July 1887

THE DAILY HERALD Will bo ft h1o Unllr nt tlm VnU loWllllt PllKOM I i THRUM tvt street i II SOPKR Mmltnnt irt V 1 AI- S01JA WORKS Hotel Slttti Irloo O Cotitn eSne ESDAV JULY 13 1887 rOOALNEWS Services In the churches this eve ning Tlicrc was another concourse of fisher folk nt the water front last night The steamer W G Hall from Ha waii and Maui may be looked for to day The Government tug Elcu will be hauled On the Marine Railway this morning The Minister of Finance calls for the presentation of nil claims against the Government It is reported that the schooner Emma will take an excursion party to Niiliau In a few weeks Mr 1rcd lf Hayscldon has re signed the pjsition of tax assessor for the District of Honolulu There will be a special meeting of Fnginc Company No i Wednesday evening at half past seven Rock wtft struck at five feet in mak ing a hole for the electric light post nt the corner of Fort and Queen streets lablo the Mexican shot last Sun day is slowly improving and there arc...

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. — 13 July 1887

7 AMpfaiiSii fvii nrWjffi rrrrfif Kcncntl jlbbcrtbcmeittfl Water Hates AH persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates are hereby notified that the Water Rates Tot the Term ending December 3tst 1887 will be due and payable at the office of the Honolulu Water Works on the first of July 1887 All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional ten per cent Parties paying rates will please present their last receipts CIIAS I WILSON Sunt of Honolulu Water Works Approved L AI1010 Minister of the Interior Honolulu June 8 1887 Ilillil Hods a Rest No 106 King Street NOTICE ant Elegant Rooms Cleanly Service First class Cookery Moderate Prices This restaurant has been renovated and painted In cheerful tints with frescoed ceilings Rooms lofty airy and kept in the best order Private eating stalls for those desiring such Tables covered with clean linen and patrons served with the best fotxl in the most skilful cookery All trying the...

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