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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 July 1887

H o rfiNMM VOL II cncvat 3tftcvUscmcnt0 LBKERR Merchant Tailor C7 Murolmnt fttreut Has just received from England a large ectlon of MM GOODS Suitings Diagonals mid Fancy Trouserings Comprising the largest stock ever opened out in Honolulu all personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin A Cutter well and favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern States has been engaged and the finest work In the city will be produced at reasonable rates Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Co No 4 i 0 Dox 306 II 11 Telephone 389 Mutual Telephone 2S9 Joseph Tinker JLUfJXXJVJt PRIVATE HACK STAND Corner Fort and Hotel Streets Honolulu -TELEPHONE 34- Havc now ft well organized reliable class of dtlvers The carriages Horses etc nave been much Improved and are In condition to tin good service Orders will be promptly attended to in a satisfactory manner S I SHAW Manager C J JrlcCARTH Y HAS KKCKIVKI I ROM San Francisco per Mari...

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. — 14 July 1887

ft m mi m H mt lit R v p P t TILE DAILI HEMLD ts runusiiKn EVERY MORNING BXCfiPT SUNDAYS r I TMK POrxllCTOI BV TIIR lfKS P6LHHINa Co1 LlMItKtt r1 Office Friend Building Bethel Street r TFUMS 01 SOllSOJtJlTIOX ltr annum 1606 SU month r 3ou Thttr month IV month S tVtUg Additional tV Nuhterijwon Jitnfcf in wliJnnifr Hrif eemmuniollant from all fittof the Kingdom will alwjni b acceptable All matters Intended for putlitatteit tu vrcll as bul new communication and ndrtttitmnU thntild 1 addrewcd to THE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY JULY 14 1887 A FRESH STAltT The country cxpcct9 from the pres ent Ministry not only an honest nnd economical administration but an active policy of developing the re sources of the Kingdom Time is doubtless required- to clear the decks for action there is so much rubbish strewed about from the Gibson regime of visionary schemes of intangible national glorification There has also to be elected 1 Legislature for ratify ing the adjustment of tangled affairs by the Cabinet ...

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. — 14 July 1887

WaMWnMr THE DAILY 1IEJMLD AVlU bo for biiIo Unity al 4 ho VuU lowtiiu IMuooh I O THRUM Kottret II SOlFR Mtrdiant irm l UYSTAt SODA WORKS llotrl Rttct Prion O Oontn ThOrsdav july M TssT Hamakua is reported dry An electric pole was erected corner of Fort and Hotel streets yesterday The Advertiser says Mr Gibson will return from the Coast in about two months Si Chinese play actors seem to be on a vacation as the theatre has not been open for n week Mr Jonathan Austin has been ap pointed Registrar of Conveyances in place of Junius Kaae IDurtni the excavations on the Foster lot on Fort street a large number of human bones were unearthed T 11 Mr Thurston Having entered the Cabinet has retired from the law firm hitherto known as Smith Thurston Kinney m Copt John lldss has been appointed tax assessor for the District of 1 lonolulu in the place of 1 It Hayseldcn re signed 1 an mi The tug Elcu was lowered from the Marine Railway at about four oclock yesterday afternoon so Capt Rice is ready f...

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. — 14 July 1887

nfPif BT ft ft ItV iUU A iIWlWWItlWWWNulMI It W A CUrlOUl ColHcMflriefc The othor day while a Michigan Central train was waiting at St Thomas n young man of 25 was observed to bo closely re garding a solid looking old gent ot Go who had como through from Chicago Finally the young man stepped up and la quired Isnt this Mr 11 of ChlcngoP Yes sir 1 am Mr J formerly of the samo placo hut now of Toronto Do you re member mo Really but I do not I was a clerk In your pork houso 1 as pired to tho hand of your daughter Voudrovo tno honcobecauso Ihadno duc ats Oh yes It seems as if I do recall Bomo thlng ot tho sort Well sir 1 want you to understand that you tnade a mistake I am now worth 118000 and coutd give your daughter evory luxury Eighteen thousand dollars ahf Thats quite a sum Yes sir and Im tho man you drove hence Eighteen thousand dollars mused the old genu What a curious colnctdcucol Thats oxoctly tho Bum my daughters husband gavo her tho othor day to buy Bummer pug dogs wlthl I must...

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. — 15 July 1887

J VOL II 1 1 ro risk sec General Ubcrttocmcnto LBKERR Merchant Tailor jWarorulmnt fttvnal Urn just deceived torn England a large eel Ion of OTE GOODS Suitings Diagonals mill Fancy Trouserings Comprising the largest stock ever opened out in llonoioiu nn personally selected by Mr Kctt when fibroid Mr J Spencer Marlin A Cutler well and favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern States lias been engaged and the finest work In the city will he produced nt reasonable rates Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Co No 4 I 0 lk 30 1111 Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 189 Joseph Tinker IKumllv and Blilpplmc Uulolmr CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Corned Ilcsf and lickled Tongues always on hand j Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs E THE ONLY PRACTICAL Watchmakc i On tlio Islands is mi TURNER Pantheon i No t Kins Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order ro a...

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. — 15 July 1887

r i IS If tti v v friiiiitiJituitl fvvknifii9isnmJflKpj THE OTHER VIEW gmee2XM THE DAILY HBBALD is l uniisiusn fc V E R Y MORNING EXCEPT BUNDAYS rur tiir InofmnTon my yiim 1Wi ldauiiiNaCo1 LlMiTru1 Offices Friend Building Bethel Street TKUUK OF fiUJiSCllllTtlfX lr niinm J600 SI montni 300 Three manlh 150 Pcrmnnth 50 ell Pottage additional X T Sitbirrtjiltona lliiwhte in Ittruutr tlrief Wmmumcatioru IWmll pnief the Kingdom will Always be sctfpublc All matters Intended for publication n ell Ms lull nfu communication nd adrertUtmentit tnouM be kddretied In TIIK DAILY tllRAM FniDAYjULr7s 1887 THE SPOILS Krom different sources it is learned that the Government will not disturb holders ot office ivcept for cause thai is for incapacity or misbehavior This policy If adopted tliroufcliuiu will be endorsed by the community in general while being of benefit to the civil service in all departments It will leave an experienced contingent to per erm the va ious deails cf wok iho avoid stirring up...

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. — 15 July 1887

bmWtmi iiiafii ssMisWItmsssesWjwM THE DAILY HERALD Will 1 for nnlo Dtitly nt llio ITtil lowliiu l Miutow r G THRUM f H SOITR CKYSTAU SODA WOUKS jJk iT Xrlon a Con to Kort street Mrrchant street Hotel Street FRIDAY JULY 15 1887 LOOALNEWS Oranges arc again plentiful IIW I III The shot Mexican Tabid is still slowly improving The steam roller was operating en the Asylum road yesterday si in m Pineapples arc 10 cents to 15 cents apiece and two fair ones for 25 cents Steamer W G Hall sails for Maui and Hawaii at 10 oclock this morning Tlico II Davies Co will open a store at Kcalin Kami in a few secks 1 i Rate payers will find an impottnnt notice from the Honolulu tax assessor in this paper Remember the closing exerctscs of St Albans College at ten oclock this morning A court mauial by the officers of the Honoluu Rides will take place to night at the Armory Prince Ferdinand of Saxc Coburg wants Great ittitiin to boost him on to the Bulgarian throne Flags were flying in all directions yeste...

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. — 15 July 1887

ft Y yrvmirwr W K irwTfJWyMSPW 1 t Ptibilihlm of Law Hoeifti There it One brunch or tho publljritrig business that 14 under n rwlotii cldud jut now It Is the publishing ct lw boois I was told refontly by a gentleman connec od with a law publishing housi In this cltjr that tho demand for book ot that character has f allots olt triost rcinorkabljr within tho past fow years XMbiihers are rory chary about bringing oat new works seldom find ing tho undertaking profitable Tho nub into tho logal profession bM greatly abated I here ti not thj money In tho practlco that thore once was 8omo old established firms are alio still to divide largo fees ot courso but takon nsa w nolo the profanion has bad lather short picking for soreral yonra It has been tje experience of the oldor members ot tho bar tint there is a growing disinclination on tho part ot their clients to litigate Tho irmikel toniloncy of tho timet L toward tbo settemont of dlfferenoos by cotnirtml a It hx como to bo generally under...

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. — 16 July 1887

vol ii rj General bcVtlocmcnto L BKERR Merchant Tailor B7 Mm olmiit fttroot Has just received from England a large CCUOII 01 i Suitings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings Comprising the largest stockjevct opened out In Honolulu alt personally Elected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr 1 Spencer Jlartin A Cutler well and favorably known on the Pacific Coast anil In the Eastern Stale has hewn engaged ami the finest work In the city will be productd at tenvinablc rates Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone H U Co No 4 1 0 Itox 306 lllt Telephone 28 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker KiunUy iiinl HlilMli Hulwlff CTTY MA11KET Nuuanu Street Cornel Hef anil Pkkltsl Tongue always on handt Celebrated Cambridge SausagVM fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL W l THE On the Islands is YM TURNER No 82 King Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order to and sec him SUN FIRE OFFICE -OK LONDON- rastabl...

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. — 16 July 1887

lcr annum Si montiu Pf month Pf month Its well to have a c power every few years stance KawMMmimtthMa TiiETnuTniEEicn is ILiuisiinii EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS ro Tllll IMWItltTnii HYtllK ClRMpHMKHlNaOb1 Office ltHITRP1 Friend Building Betncl Street 7 units of svnsctuvTtax 600 300 150 JO CIS rotlnge Additional r Sutiterliillon lnynhie in Ailmurt Itricf ivmtminicallem from all partlbf the Kingdom w II al t be aeccptmble All mMttrn Intended fur miMienttftti at fttll Lul niu lommunieationt ami adverttnn1l lwulil be adltfd In 1I1F DAILY MiUAII SATURDAY JULY 16 1887 A CHANGE IS GOOD njc of net in was tlie sub ofarcmaik dropped yesterday man vhvj hot Jin lid iceht There is hv n political movement nuich practical sense in the idea and il has been carried out os a rule by the peo ple under representative institutions in other countries Although in the United States we have seen the Repub lican party dominant for a quarter of it century yet during that period the Presidents were changed fr...

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. — 16 July 1887

TST n fllR DAILY HERALD ill bo lor hiUo JJixlly nt Iho lowing IMiioom THRUM Port rt t 1 it soriK ii Mrhnl Mft VlAL SOUA WOUKS Hotel Rlft Prion R Ccmtn TIU1UAY JULY 16 1887 1XCATj JST3SWS Hand concert this aftdrnoori 11 - 1 urt trcet was Retting a pretty thor ough cleaning up yesterday linlif nnln nr bnimr irpclnl out Nuuanu street They arc already past the second bridge The Hawaiian Mission Childrens society is called for important business at the residence of HonSH Dole this evening y The resolution rom Engine Com pany No 2 has been construed to limit voting members and not nrtite mem bers to fifty for each company Several of the USB Adams boys were swimming yesterday The sharks however kept clear Probably they thought that the bait was too salty His Excellency Godfrey ilrown Mi ncer of Foreign Affairs visited H 11 M S Conquest yesterday afternoon t Ins departure a salute of fifteen guns was fired The depression in the roadwiy along side the railway track on Uerctunia Mieet which h...

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. — 16 July 1887

JMMMIatfUiM l V1 ALONE TV tSliCBl8lieiiiWnt hbmc The evening shadows linger longer here The winter days fllf so nmch of thoyenr And even Summer winds nre chill nnd tlrenr Slnco alio wont home Since sho went homo Tno robins nolo hru touched n mlnoi strain The old glnd song breathe but n snd frnln And laughter sobs with hidden btttct pnln Since she went homo Since sho wont home How stilt the empty room hor presoncd blessed Untouched the pillow hor dear head pressed My lonely heart hath nowhere for Its rest Slnco sho wont home Slnco she went homo The long long days lmvo crept owoy like years Tho sunlight has been dimmed with doubt i and fears And tire dark nights lmvo rained In lonely tears Since she went home Itobcrt J Hurdette In DrooMyn Kagle Driving Cloiei bv a Theres a fluttering of whlto wings iu the dovecotes of learning Tho maidens who have served tholr sentence and nro getting their discharge ironi tho pen Itontlary nro filling rthii air With KrntludtltigcAsuys and the anxious...

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. — 18 July 1887

V dk vol ii f SJcncni bcrttocmcnto LBKERR Merchant Tailor CTJIoiiilmnt fitroot Has JuM reeUtl from England a large eftlonof KiJiE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings ComiitWne the large atcJck ever optnetl oui in Ilonolulti nil nfnUv wleeied liy Mr Kerr when abroad Jlr J Spencer iiiniii A Caller wli and favorably known on the Pacific ndin ill Eastern State hat been engagtxl ami the finw work In the city will lie produce at rmnnMe rale yi Cloth ofiv irfous Kinds ruid Trimmings for SalcrtdHhc Trade and Others Telephone II II Co N A O Il 3 1111 Teltplwme a8g Mutual Telephone aSo Joseph Tinker lOinilly mut Hhlppluie jutolnr CITY MAftKET Nuunnu Street Cornell lleof and Pickled Tongues always on hands Celebrated Cambridge Saunge freh dally Deliveries freelo any part n city and sulwrUs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Enff On Hie Islands is YM TUUNEi No 8i Klnc Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put in oruer pa anu see mm SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF LONDON- ISsfcablishorl 1710 ...

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. — 18 July 1887

Im is runusiiKti inlTrTni IIMfn inljMmimMliwtiMagg THE HAILT ItBRALD liViiR Y M ORNING JpXCRPT SUNDAYS r tiik PnnmiRTon r TllR PrPillMRnlX IIimiTHi1 Office Friend BulltliTip BetncI Strcctf nut us of witsoittfritis Pt r niwm Sl MMHfn Thtt month J4ro tjo JMU PotiK addition If HiihtiifljiMiitM IHittOr In Mnnirr Inrf cvmntunxttmn from atl p4l f lite Kingdom II be acceptable Ml nuiltm Imstvtad fir paMcftllr A wtll cotnMttnkfttlfim nwt lflBltm hnlrt b I frrMl In fllE 110 1 V IIHIHI1 MONDAY JULY iS 1887 CONKIDBNCK The letter signed rX in Satuntavs issue we believe truly caresses the itverwhllintfig sciithtfiiil of the t libit community I If tiur rcSuleri knew the writer thry would regret thu he had nut appended his rrtil name to surh an utterance as this I consider -it my duty and I hope oil wSilPinteiulint it- ens will agree with me to give a hearty support to the new Ministry for the gentleman who indited it would un doubtedly in this hearty esprcssion of confidence in the new Ministry b...

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. — 18 July 1887

THE DAILY HERALD Will 1 for Ktilo pnlly nt Iho i TIIKUM Fort ttrttt 901EU Mitdhcm ttrMi tWAL SODA W0HK8 Uettl Wrett lJrlo O Oonln fcTibNTAjuiAi8r 1S87 No runavrnyirVr breakdowns for1 two whole days A Portuguese heggnr was plying his importunities about fbwn yesterday A certain disoato causes the death of large numbers of rats in Chinatown consumption The credit system in Honolulu is so extensive that they even keep a slate at the Station House There will bono mcctingof the V M C A book keeping class this evening Mr 1 V Jones being still absent All the walls of the V M C A building up ijnlldmvn stairs are lelng chirimined h atf expert house painter A full rigged ship was reiorted off llirber s Point about three 0 clock yes terday afternoon but she afterward stjud off to sea llie steamer Mokolii will lay up a few weeks to receive new boiler and a Lcncral oveiliatiiine The steamer ltluia will run on the route to Molokni instead Clark if the steamer lehun re orts very dry weather at lln...

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. — 18 July 1887

V r itotaiijWMiWim ammwam MrtiftiiiiiiMriM Jtuw A STROKE dP BUSINESS Drummer Olrurml Uvvr MdOll lie n NVwapniitn Vonlurp I made n tlcnt sum on the 4th of duly 1SSI mM n drummer by n little stroke ol luiaiiieiS whloh was somotvhnt out of tny lino Iroldcnt Inrlleld had been shot two days bofore I chanced to be In n lmiaomu corner of southern Illinois on tht ilsy of the shooting While waiting for s twin to curry no from one little- town tc nuother I hi nnl n rumor that the prcsl dtbt had been killed A few moment inter tho train enmo In ntid tho traln hd jumped out on the platform with his arm full of bIH of brown paper nbottt eight Inches nqunrc All nbouf President Uar Held MMHtiliihtcd ho shouted I rinlied at him and secured ono of hli bits of piper greedily paying 10 cents for It It proved to be an extra Issued from tho office of a country weekly a few mile to tho north It bore a well as I can rcc olleet tho following words Wo hear n rumor that Clen James A Gnrllold presi dent of the...

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. — 19 July 1887

tf iff vou fll cncvul bcrttecmciUo THE L B KERR Merchant Tailor Q7 Merchant Street Hat jusl received from England a Iftrge ecllon of HNE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings Comprising the largest siock ever openeu out In Honolulu all personally selected liy Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin A Cutter well and favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern Statei has been engaged and the flnsst work In the city will be produced at reasonable ratet ClothVof Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone H 11 Co No 4- 0- 3 1111 Telephone 3S9 Mulual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker J Fninlly iml ShlpptiiK 3Jtitoho CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Corned lleef and licklcd Tongues always on handt Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and Suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Brisk fttcliato On the Islands is WM TURNEit No 8j Kin Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put in order pa and see him SUN FIRE O...

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. — 19 July 1887

fjTiririvnwnwdfiMBwjwiiiiiiii i nn mggjg ftiiii m7i in iiiryTiijiririi THE DAILY 1IEML1 js runttsiiKn EVERY MORNING lEXCnPT BUNDAYS rorim lirmnTo kvtmb lr IdaHMiNoCo1 ItlMtTrM Office Friend Building bctnet Streetf tkidih op svmdntPTiax Pcrannum m Sit montnt Tntt month iSt Pr month socu PoMt additional LT Niilittrtptlon iayablr Attrantr 1 Wr amtminiration from all tart ttt the Kfneilom wji tlwiyi b ncctptable AII nutten Intended Cot publication n well lull nt4COmmuntcaltont and adterttatnentft honld be addreited to THE DAILY lllKAlI TUESDAY JULY 19 1887 THE PRISON SYSTEM One of the reforms we expect to sec under the new order of tilings in Ha waii is with regard to pmon manage ment The subject is one on which there is great diversity of opinion in other countries and has several very important phases all of which invite discussion and call fur definite settle ment Therefore it would be too much to ask of our new Ministry to hastily ttdopt radical changes in prison management without ...

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. — 19 July 1887

jiiniiTnimiinrtiii MM TUB DAILY HERALD 1j ft nl Wall v nt tin Koi lowltiu 1j1iioch I 0 TIIIUM Fotttctt H SOPEW Merchant ttrm IftYSTAt SODA WORKS Hotel stiett lrloo O Ctmtfl JJtuincss men still complain of dull times i i 6 - The U S S Atlanta Is expected at an early date Mr W E Fosters new building is coming up rapidly The boys on board of the U S S Adams mtend giving a ball on shor j in the near future A number of lepers from the Kaka ako Hospital were sent off to the settle ment on Molokai by the steamer Lc hua yesterday A question is asked in one of the English periodicals Who is the party who called the Princess Liliuokalani the Lily if Killarncy It is the Constitution of the Ha waiian Kingdom and not that of the Y M C V which Mr de Frcitas is engaged to translate into Portuguese ins oaric went out in tuc ebon I uc of night to some far distant shore You bet it did for my aim was true Fizz bang and the bull dog howls no more A horse attached to a biggagc ex press did the runaway a...

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. — 19 July 1887

Office hours from 8 to 10 a m and 2 to 4 and J to 8pkm Tslephon Mutual 480 Dll 364 ttiriMTiifltfliimyyiiiM r Hi 1jtfO THEIFt HABITS HAUNTS AND YHtt WAY TO HUNT THEM Chicken Shooting In Texiu n IlMotnallnc Sjort Quick nnd 8klllfil Work Some time lteculred A Omptilo Description A Norlce Apt to Mill Houston bornts of quito a large nurabor of Nfmrpds who ro out almost dally to hunt prairie chickens nnd other gnme Prairie chlckon shooting has tho prefer ence over most hunting sport for tho roa son that t requires carefully trained dogs and n suiriclent practice with thd gun U shoot upon tho wing without a moments warning Tho prairie chlckouls an Ac commodating bird and may bo hunted lu pleasant weather this fact may partly ac count for tho ardor with which It Is pur sued Chicken Mooting howovcf Is a fascinating sport In ltsolf the same being very strong of wing and oxceodlnaly pal atable Daylight find tho hunters for tney generally liko their uoga hunt in pairs leaving the farm honso who...

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