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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 July 1887

VOL II Gcncntl llilictltecmcnlc CITY MARKET J HJE LBKERR Merchant Tailor 17 Itf orulmtil fttvottt Hiw just received from Kngfand a large cetlon of MM GOODS Suitings Dingonnls mill Itonoy Trouserings Comprising the largest Hock ever opened out In Honolulu nil personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr 1 Spencer Martin A Cutter well nntl favorably known on the Pacific Com and In the Ivtutcrn States ha Id en engaged ami the finet work In the city will lie produced at roawmblc rales Cloth or Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone H II Co No I 0- lkx 3Q II II Telephone aSo Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker tfumlly tmil BIllplmj 33utohnr Nuuanu Street Cornl Ileef and Pickled Tongue always on hand Celebrated Cartridge Sauwget fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL JlliU I waicn l mm On tlio IbIuiuIh is TO TUltNElt No 82 Khifr Street If you wuU your watch well repaired or your clock put in order to and ice him UN FI...

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. — 20 July 1887

THE DAILY HERALD is rumtsiiKD EVERY MORNING lEXCEPT SUNDAYS nK niK IRorwitTO tin Vmsn PuUtsniNoCo IIMITKD Office Friend Building Betnel Street Tlilt WH OF SVllSOltllIIOX Fcrannnnt J6no SU rnontnj Joo Thre month Q -SO Per month T 5 WEDNESDAY t JULY 20 1887 Natives and Orientals In Convention Ever since the climax of the great political movement re tilting in the change of Government and Constitu tion there has been much talk of a mass rt cetinjr being held hy those dis affected over the revolution When the buzz in this respect had about died away the projected m ss meeting was suddenly announced with Very brief notice and the event has come and gone like a rain cloud over the Nuuanu Pali Yesterday morning posters in Hawaiian about town intimated that there was to be a mass meeting held at Luis yard Fort street at 12 oclock noon Members of the press found the meeting in full blast shortly after that hour the spot being the old German Club premises There were from three to four hundred...

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. — 20 July 1887

r VYyitiwiw iyjtyw THE DAILY IIE1ULD -will 1 ft f10 tnllj ul iho irl loWlUK llllOOH f i THRUM FortMract I SOlUtt Mthnt Hrttt xYsrM SODA WORKS lattl RttMI irloo O Conttt WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1887 j x3oax jsrSAVK St Louis College The annual examinations of the St Louis College classes will commence Kith the primary next Monday the 25th inst and continue till Thursday noon The daily exercises commence nt 9 a m and 1 p m Military drill for the boarders at 3 m Thursday Commencement exercises at 3 p m Friday The parents and friends of the pupils and the College arc cor dially invited to attend all the exercises Children will not he admitted to the commencement exercises unless accom panied by their parents or adult friends COURT July Term before Judge Preston K 11 Thomas vs F II Haystlden 5000 damage for false imprisonment Phis case occupied all yesterdays ses sion from 10 a m till nearly 5 p in and wai tried by the following jury 1- M Starkey J II Siper E limine hit 1 II V Lewis II V Morse ...

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. — 20 July 1887

TV EMOTIONAL GREETINGS stqhts and sounds 8een and Heard at the steamer piers Witching Other rooptn Klas Tlio First KxclinHRO A Irettjr Girl with Golden Ilnlr A Promt Languid Uenutjr rtml n nlnconcorteil Lovor Thort Is no denying that pooplo nro fond of watching other pooplo klw Young nnd old nmlo and fonmlo nllko teko an in terest in it In tho young man it perhaps atlrs exuborant oxpoctntlons of what ho hopes It In storo for him tomo tiny In tho old man It perchaneo rnvnkons dollcloiisly rad rriomorles of days that nro lo l forever liut to far as nnalysls can detcrmlno It ap pears that most men are fond of looking on whllo ovulatory Balutatlons aro bolng dis pensed out of pure ciwcdnesa Tho young wodian may poop at tho kissing behind a fan and glgglo afToctodly and tho oil woman may protest that sho is much shocked but romnhow thoy all rsoom to enjoy being on linnd when kissing Is going on Obsorve with what breathless emotion tho theatrical hndlrnco composed of all mannor of pooplo ...

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. — 21 July 1887

M VOL II General bbcvlfscmntfl L B KEf R MoroliMithfiior 07 aioroliii tfas just received ection 01 M rcpfCnd a large FINE MS Suitings DingojAla mid Fancy Comprising the brg Mock ever opened out m Honolulu all perjglly clceled by Mr Kerr when abroad J Mr J fpencer Martin A Culler well ami favorably known on tlic Pacific Con and in the Extern States ha been engaged and he finestwork In the city will be produced a- reasonable rates Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sate to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Go No 4 l O Ilox 30 T I H II II T lephone 389 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Imnlly imd Hliliiplno llulohor CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street t orned Desf and Pickled Tongue always on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh daily Deliveries frcelo any part of city and- suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL On tlio Islands is M TUMBK No 8a King Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put in order pet and see him SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF LONDON- Establishod 1710 Iniurancc effe...

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. — 21 July 1887

f H i MW TEE DAILY EEMLD IS rUIILISIlEl EVERY MORNING teXCEPT SUNDAYS r i Til PnommroR iiv tiu Is PutuiiitHdCtl IIMITEIIl Office Friend Building Bctnel Street jtiHua of stiiiianiPTiox Ttr annum Si mouth Tnt months Pr month i w JOO tjo JOCtS tVilug ilditlonl tST SubtertpHont VayabU li lilrrtcr Itrief commumclion from nil pan of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All nutters Intended for publication a well a fault nm communications and adttrtUtraent khoulil 1 JdnKil to THE DAILY tirRMD THURSDAY JULY at 1887 THE ASIATIC GRIEVANCE Our remarks the ether day on the exclusion of the Asiatics from the fran chise was more appropriate even than we calculated for that very day an able Japanese lawyer voiced the matter as a grievance iof his own countrymen as wclla of the Chinese The question has now been fairy iened and wc must admit with commendable modcr ation by the talented Asiatic referred to It is now in order to consider arguments for and against giving Asia tics the franchise There ...

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. — 21 July 1887

5vgS - TUB DM LY HERALD VlU bo Tor Kiiln TMly at tho A Muuom r O THRUM Fort tttett H SOIEK MerehAM itrtet C RYSTAL SODA WOKKS HotM Street A M llKWKlT Merchant itreei 1100 rilLACK STAND llaMlan Hotel JPrlOrt O CoiiIb 3 THURSDAY JULY at 1887 SIDE IIOIITS Smoke the Havana Cheroots jjhflfo 5 The Inter Island Steam Navigation Company is paying a dividend of three dollars n share Sheriff Daker of Hawaii is reported as drilling natives nightly at Hilo and lately receivings case of arms and am munition an 1 1 The laia plantation has stopped grinding for threowceks It is re pirted that there is ubout 200 tons yet to grind There is a possibility of the brig W G Irwin being in with later news before the date for the anlvnlof the S S Aus tralia 26th inst The closing exercises of the Royal School take place to day and of the Fort street School tomorrow Doth will probably be ns usual interesting Mr H F Ilebbard Road Super visor is having the railroad track put in goud condition fur hauling in roc...

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. — 21 July 1887

-- - vjim ii iimiii i j A I a l giaitfcviv jhlm yumm mltmmn - - - - - - - ---- - rr i - - i - i -- - - - - -- ti - i 11 1 r tt t TTi i Kr-v-- i i 1 1 ii r i sss ywsa ny in linn i a mi ii- u in n iiiMyiw i Tinww hpwiwmii awn war m pwppw wpipti mww - y -7 m Wheti hai dclca am gray and tbO sli6fd Is steep Andvlhe waters below look rldrle And deep Where tho rugged pine In lis lOTcly pride Leans gloomily oVer tho murky tIJo Where the reeds and rushes are long and rank And the wmJi grow thick on tho winding bank Yhero tho shadow are heary the wholoday through Thore Ilea at 1U mooring the old canoo The ujoIcri paddles are ldty droppod Mko a tan birds wing that tho storm has loppod t AndcrtKswl on tlio rnlllng one oer one Like tho foxltlnd hands when tho work Is donoj While busily baek and fortli between Tho lolller watches his silver screen And Urn solemn owl with his dull too hoo Hetties down on the side Of tho old canoo Tho stern halt sunk In tho slimy ward llota slowly away In Its livin...

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. — 22 July 1887

VOL II Dcitcntl Atlticrttocmcnia LBKERR Merchant Tailor 1 S7 Mtorolmnt Street IUi just received Ifom England a large eelion of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings Comprising Ihe largest siock ever opencit oui all personally selected by Mr in Honolulu all ri Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Mai tin A Cutter well and favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern Slates has been cnRaRcd and the finest work In the city will be produced at reasonable rates Cloth of Various Kinds and TrimralnRi for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone H B Co No 4 0- o3o6 1111 TcIcphonca8o Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Itamtlv mu Bhlpplnw Hulaiinr CITY 1LAEKET Nuuanu Street Corned llcef and Pickled Tongues always on hand 1 Celebrated CambrWcc Sausages fresh dally m Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs n THE ONLY PRACTICAL m 1 Watclima On tho iBlanda is TO TURNER Pantlieoii - THE tcr No 82 KInu Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order eo...

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. — 22 July 1887

THE DAILT HERALD Is runLfSiiKic EVERY MORNING I EXCEPT 8UNDAYS rTii PxofmcTon rf tmk IurM rpnnmsaCo LlMITtU OScet Friend Building Bethel Street rr nnun it montn Thrw month Icr month i Kit us or nvninnrrrth 150 joctn lVtge Jdltonl KV SitbterlptloH Ininbe In lilmnep FRIDAY JULY as 1887 THE FRANCHISE AND NATUR ALIZATION Much interest naturally has arisen over the question of wjetlicr for eigners who register at voter become naturalized Hawaiians There is no doubt we are advised tjjat the intt n tion of the framcrs of the Constitutor was that foreigners so registering should not thereby forfeit their rights and privi lege as citizens of the countries from which they came Taken fr granted that this intention is not defeated b the wording of the instrument there is no doubt in the matter so fir as this country is concerned It would then only be necessary to know what the Governments of countries having citi zens here to protect may decree in the matter Upon this point there is un question...

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. — 22 July 1887

1V5VWT1S TUB DAILY HERALD A 111 bo ftu Bitlo Dully al tho Fol lowing XIhuchi a THRUM H SOrER i nYsrAt SODA WORKS A M HEWETT Fort ttrett Mttchant iirttt llotrl Street Merchant ttreet no UllUCK STAND Hawaiian Hotel lrlo 5 Ootitn lRIDAY JULY 22 1 887 THOROUGH TUITION Yesterday the Herald represent tive visited the Fort street School in order to examine some of the work done there free from the hampering crowd of closing day rrof M M hcott Principal cordially welcomed the visitor and with Mrs Hendry teacher of the intermediate depart ment showid him exercises of the pupils in various branches All round the walls of the Principals room hung specimens of drawing the subjects be ing pliotngrophu prints the human face divine from hfc and objects in nature Everyone of the pictures evinced a remnrkablc degree of skill in execution while many of them showed unmistakable artistic talent A fashion plate design chalked on a blackboard suggested ability that might stand the delineator in good stea...

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. — 22 July 1887

I nTMMiMrtir i 1iM1wMitrliiiiiUi CLOTHING ON Mttft THE FinST THINQ TO BE DONE IN CASE 0 SUCH AN ACCIDENT A Letter TVhliiYi Should He Mctiiorlneil by Erery HchonLOlit In the iJtnil Vh to Bo In a Terrible Eincrgrticj Siisrges tlon from n Lecturer A girl or vomnn trlio meet with this c cldoni should Immediately Ho down on tho floor nud to any one who goes to her As sistance should Instantly If tlio still ba erect mako hor llo down or If needful throw her down into n horizontal position uut koep hor In It Bparks fly upward ntl flams ascend Ignltiou from totow mounts n 1th fearful rapidity nnd as a re sult well known to oiportrf tho fatality or disfigurement In theso lamentable caws Is due to the burns Inflicted about the body nock fare and bond and Got to Injuries of tho lowor limbs now to uif rneciovs Ttur Now tho rory tnomont that tho person whose clothes nro on flro ts in a horizontal position onjft tint surface the Annies still cend butonly Into tho air and not ondro ling their vict...

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. — 23 July 1887

l VOL II Pantlieon fT cnenil bcdiocmcttlB LBKERR Merchant Tailor C7Mrohunt Rtroot Has Just received from England a large ectlon of HUB GOODS Suitings Diagonals mid Fancy T rousorings 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 nd In the Eastern State has been engaged and the finest workln the city will be produced at reaionable rates Cloth of Various Kinds and TritnmlnRS for Sate to the Trade rind Others Telephone II Co No 4- P 0- M 206 HII Telephonea8o Mutual Telephone 389 Joseph Tinker lnmlly und SHIimliiK Uulohor CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues alwayt on hand j Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Dellvcrlei free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Mi Woliakr On the Islands is WM TlffiNEtt No 8a Kinff Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order po and ee him SUN FIRE OFFICE -...

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. — 23 July 1887

teMMMUnattBSWM tut uuaam nifUrinia TEE DAILY HERALD ts PUiitisiiKn EVERY MORNING 4 EXCEPT SUNDAYS I Til PorIUTO BT TIK PtO PKkLKHtNoCb IlimtrDl Office Friend Building Betncl Street SATURDAY JULY 23 1887 XiOOAXBWS Report of Fort street School closing is deferred for want of space - M I 1 11 II I See the advertisement of merchnn disc in many lines reccivrd from Uoston liy Messrs C Hrewcr Co per bark Jas S Stone The Conquest Honolulu cricket match begins at ti a m and the band will play on the grounds at 3 p m No concert at Emma square 1 11 1 The steamers WataU ale and Mikfl Iialn arc due to day with cattle to be Teshippcd to J Horner Kawnihae 01 hoard of the Kilauea Hou Lovers of the fine arts should see the nicely arranged stock of indue boxes vases flower iots fancy china nd glass toys etc at West Uov Cos store Mr Forsyth of cinchona and coflcc iamc wnuc tying on nis ocu in uie Eagle House about three oclock yes terday afternoon distinctly fclt two shocks of earthquake at n short in...

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. — 23 July 1887

- i fMiu THE DULY IIEMLD Will ho for ntilo Dully nt llio 35ol luwlnK IMuooh r 0 THRlfM Fortlret II SOiFK Merchktu street CRYSTAL SODA VORKSmItoUl Street A M 1IKWETT Merthant meet J100TI1LACK STAND lUwalinn Hotel lrloo B Oonte SATURDAY JULY 23 1887 THE LlBEI SUIT Pratt vs Atkinson Verdict of Acquittal The libel case of F S Pratt vs A T Atkinson was tried In the Supreme Court yesterday afternoon before Judge Preston and the following jury A J Cartwright W E II Dcvcrill L Way T J King It Davis G C Stratcmcycr H Gunn S Roth E D Tcnney C J Fishtl W C Peacock and H W Morse Counsel for the Crown were F M Hatch P Neu mann and Whiting Crcighlon while S U Dole appeared for the defendant Mr Whiting opened the case for the Crown beginning with a statement of the charge The prosecution should endeavor to show that this was a very damaging libcl on Mr Pratt and that Mr Atkinson was the responsible editor of the Gazelle who ccniaiittcd the offense C 0 Herger sworn Identified a copy of the Hawaiian...

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. — 23 July 1887

1 G2Z INDIAN MATCHMAKING CONSUMATE TACT THE HINDOO i AND SKILL GHATUCK OF A Man of Apparent learning Compliant Manner anit Oreat FarannalTa Power How a Marriage Ii Negotiated by the Matrimonial Go Between Ilio ghntuck or matchmaker Is goner rUly n Hrnlilm of high order a man of np mront learning compliant mnuuors nnd Jnvatlitbly of great pcrsiiaslvo powers Ills disposition Is as nmlahlo as his occupation Is pleasant His strength lies In tho use of Iho particular kind of tact nnd skill noccs nary for alt Inlenncdlarlcs nnd ho is not much affected by scruples of conscience Genealogy nnd pcdlgreo are his spocialty 3Io can repeat ovorybodys fathers grand inthors great grandfathera nruiios nnd so on to thirteenth ttcnenitlon and ho has at his fingers ends all about their caste gotrn or tribe tholr quality and position and tho hundred other riotulls about which tho Hindoos are very particular Tho xhatuck has great prrtonslous to a know 3dgc of Sanskrit though on tho first test 3ie break d...

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. — 25 July 1887

I VOL II cncrui UctJtocmcntc LBKERR Merchant Tailor C7 Moruhimt Btroot Hal just iccelvcJ from England ft large cction 01 FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals nnd Fancy Trousorings ComptWnc the largest stock ever opened out In Honolulu nil Personally elected liy Mr Kerr when abroad Spencer Martin A Cutter well and favorably known on the Pacific Com and In the Eastern Stale has been engaged and the finest work In the city will be produced at reasonable rate Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II U Co No 4- I- 0- 3 1111 Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Fiuiilly unl Bhlpplmr HuWhor CITY MAIIKET Nuuanu Street Corned Beef and rickled Tongues always on handj Celebrated camunugc nuwsoi ftch daily Deliverle free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL tail Watclmmker 1 On tlio Islands in WM TUnNEtt No 8a Klnff Street watch well repaired or lf you nt your your clock put In order go and see him SUN FIRE OFFICE OF LONDON- Kstablish...

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. — 25 July 1887

OL II cncrnl Jllib etlloem ciito Honolulu all H rhen a ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co WiirOMm LBKERR i Momlm nti Tailor II 57 Morohimt Btroet Hat just rccehcd from England a large ectlon of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals nnd Fancy TrouaonngHi nmislnc t - I At rComprisIng the largest siock ever openci Mf ui p Ikcrr abrovl irannallv Kelcctcd by 5 Mr J Spencer Martin I A Cutler well and favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern State ni ibeon engaged and the finest work In the city twill ue proiiuceu ai reasonauic iui fctoth of VarlousKIndsand Trimmings for Sale to tue i raae wia uwicis Telephone II 11 Co No 4- 0- It II Telephone a8o Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker ifninllV nl Shlpplntt Uutohor CITY MAMET Nuunnu Street Corned Ilcef and Tickled Tongues always on handt Celebrated Cambridge Sauagc freth dally Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Misli J Mini On tlio iBlands iB WM TUMEft No 83 KInjr Street watch well repaired or If you want your your cl...

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. — 25 July 1887

h vlttteiiu j w1 THE DAILY HERALD IS lUHIISllfO VERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS e r rn i IroHiCTOn in Tim IVi ItHilMHIXfiCo I IMITFIl I OTicc Friend nuildlnjj Bctnel Street -- i rnttii1 or r wphiiimw cf UM Skid M i 1 Tnte manlU i month Soc IWAjte additional AS NmWiMiIImiM Innitblf In linliirf Pnef oimmumcairsn from All amtf llif lTftjJfcm w II alwiy lx acctptaWf tif tiikl fnr itMltAlInn Mwctf k till i vmminifUtiin Slid kJvcriivltUllUt hAllJ t a tdrentil In 1 UK MU1V 111 KAlt monday july 35 1887 The naturalization pro 1hpm soivbd The number of inqiincs c ncerninj1 and emmenU upon the probably re sult of taking the proposed oath to support the Dinstiu lion as regards the existing citizenship of persons taking t c oatrrj h v shown that a deep it tcr ht pcrvadis the community upon this question promising well for the parti cipation of the mass of foreigners in the forthcoming elections Hut there arc many who would probably decline to so participate while the probable effect upon their exist...

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. — 25 July 1887

Z tub mMiilfriTHirrtBTiVi HERALD Will bo for snlo Dnily ut tho ITol ldwlnu XJluoos OTHROMi Fottstrett t SOPfiKkj Merchant street CRYSTAU SpfJA WORKS- Hotel Stieel A M HEWETt Merchant urett HOOTDLAfiK STAND Hawaiian Hotel Xrloo O Contn MONDAY JULY 25 1887 LOOALNEWB Messrs II Hackfcld Co adver tise invoices of various lengths corru gated iron An order appears elsewhere for every member of Co A of the Rifles to re port at the armory this evening in fatigue uniform and side arms Alex Fraser a bar tender at the Empire Saloon hnd his arm dislocated yesterday by fading from a horse Dr Mcwaync set the bones leaving the sufferer as comfortable as possible A report of the Hawaiian Rifle As sociations semiannual meeting on Sat urday is dcfcird fur want of space 1 he score nook shows some or the crack shots having made bad breaks On baturday a Uiinaman was sentenced for maintaining a nuisance There will be another case come Into court if tho stench rising from the nrcalscs on Fort street near K...

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