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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 25 July 1887

F 1 w T tl T MMOM DISCAROED Insl I lay on her liros at To diy I Ho nt her feet Then to her hcnrt I -ns pressed Must yon now put yonr foot on in swectl Ah lightly us possible pray Ornco for your red rose of lost night No doubt I look fndcd to dny Bnt nro you quite- no fresh In this llghtf And need there Is none of tlmt tenr Kor I lie qttlto exposed to tho dow JDId It novct occur to you dear Tlmt tho How er mny linvo wearied of yonl -Charles Henry Wobb In Tho Century tME GREAT SPHYNX OF GHIZEH Tim Mot Aatmilahlng Work Wlilcli 1hdI An Hnro llcqueiitlieit V M Itcnnn publishes nn earnest npponl on lielmlf of tho excavations undertaken In Egypt by 51 Mospcro Tho special ob ject for which funds nro just now needed In to clear uwny tho sand which half biirle tho great Sphinx of Qhlzcli M lCcnnn snys Tho clearing of tho great Sphinx was bemin two months niro Up to tho pres ent tlmo tho ordinary resources of tho Uoulnk iniiscum have sufllccd for tho Work which might Iwcoinpleted In sixty days...

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. — 26 July 1887

VOL II ffcnentl bccllscmeniB LBKERR Merchant Tailor t Trouserings Eiiriisli 1 Pantheon THE JJ7 Morohunt FHretU Has just received from England large ectkm of mm goods Suitings Diagonals and Fancy l unprlslna the largest mock ever opcncu oui m Honolulu all personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin A Culler well and favorably known on the Pacific C0a1t anil In the Eaitern State has been engaged and the fincM work In the city will be produced at reasonable rales Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sate to the Trade and Others Telephone II H Co No 4- 0 3o6 IlH Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 389 Joseph Tinker linily rtml Shlpplnpc Bulohor CITY MABKBT Nuuanu Street Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues always on handj Celebrated Cambridge Sauiigci fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL IV atcliakcr On tho Isluiuls iB WM TURNER No 8a King Street It you want your watch well repaired or your clocK pui in onier po u ire hum 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. — 26 July 1887

KlXLim M a MtfU THE DAILY HERALD IS ItlliLISilEIC EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SONDAYS r I Tit tlOKtlTOI BTTII rrtVlfhtHlllHBCo I ItMITFD Office Friend Building fieincl Street i v - 1 v irj t j rruit rr i or stimailivriott tt it n J6GQ Sm ntnitht 3co Tire lwMn tJo Ftntonth SotU 1oilage additional JiT SiftirljfJu Inynbt til lilrnnre ne comwiamcolmn from all rrwof the Kingdon w II Alvayt be acceptable Ml mitltn Intended tot ial ticstlon n well Uusl n communiaillwu uvt deitlenwnl ltouVI l e aJdre Mtd In TIIK DAILY III KLD TUESDAY JULY 26 1887 THE DUTVOLTHE HOUR Doubt upon the question of clcctoril rcKislration ns Affecting foreign citizen iliip having been Sot ut rest matters 0 jfWerfmcht may now in tiie mnn as tlWy nairbewitftroiifidonrr left to tlu rcf rtn Cabinet while eveiybody who Iiu the good of the country at heart devotes time energy and influence to the work of sccurng a Legislature in harmony with the principles upon which the recent revolution was based This stage of the programme 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. — 26 July 1887

cares iimi frffrnn n COUHT TIDE DAILY 11EMLD Will bo Air HtAo Dully til llio Ifol lowlnK X loot T 0 THRUM rottttrett I L SOlKU M Merchant itreet CRYSTAL SOUA Hotel Stijtt A M HRWETT Merchant itrt nOOTMACrC STAND llwnaft Hotel Prion B Gontw TUESDAY JULY 16 1887 Xooaxews The grocers will be the most ponnlar men in the cuy niter mc misuaun ar rives t Mr Frank Brown will be a candi date for the Legislature in the District of Koolatipoko Oahu 11 After the meeting of the Honolulu Hides battalion last night a grand feast was had at the JArmory -- A full supply of California fresh fruits will be here oil the Australia for Quaker Dairy comer Alakca and King streets i A pile of bricks on the Fort street side walk corner of Fort and llcrc tania streets close by the wall of an old building is one df the best arrange ments in town for wrecking the shins of pedestrians who have occasion to pass that way at night The Pacific Hose Company hekTa special meeting last evening Sixty seven members were ...

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. — 26 July 1887

Ml II 1111 bno Wlw mMmJLorf Sj n ASf6RMlNTEXA9 of 111 measure of ft BUeelilurdors Llfo A Bml Nlglit Out wna In April and the woniner was stormy lnkr looklnn clouds were spread lng ncross the Already leaden sky and n fow heavy drops of rain warned lno that 1 must hastily pen my flock of sheep for It Is almost Impossible to more Wiem during a heavy rain I was encamped Mono on Juniper creek and retiring Into my 7 by 7 wedge shaped tent I closed it tightly and prepared for a sleep I was very slcoply from bolng disturbed the night before by the constant batklng of my dog as he alternately chased nnd was chased by n wolf The place whero I was encampod was open with no tlmbor Bavo mesqult trees Thruo of thc90 grow at tho thrco corners of my tent nnd by tho aid of thorn and other trees I had cut nnd dragged 1 formed n wind break on tho cast which was tho back of my tent and on tho south sldo Having confUcnco in tho wind break thus constructed 1 undressed be fore lying down that 1 ilght rest...

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. — 27 July 1887

-- - vfvtwYiWvWww9J1Wiy m J n VOL II Scncrnl oucvUGcmcnls THE LBKERR Merchant Tailor J37 Morolnmt Strool Hat Just received from England Urge ecllon of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals mid Fancy PrnnuoiMTJirH jiuiiuuinij i uprising he larger Mock ever opened ou Monomliuau personally eiccte uy air Kftf when abroad Mr J Spencer ilarlin A Cutler well ami favorably known on he Pacific Coast and In he Eastern Slalci has been engaged and he fintel work In he city will lie proilueedl reasonable rates Cloth of Various Klndi and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Co No 4 1 0 Box 306 1111 Telephone 2S9 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Family iuhI BhlppInK llutohor CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Corned llcef and Pickled Tongues always on hand Celebrated Camiiriuge nauwgea fresh daily Dellveiiei free lo any part of city and Suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Eilisli Watchmaker t On tho Isluuda 1b AYM TUIiNEtt No 82 King- Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In ...

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. — 27 July 1887

TOE DAILY HERALD IS PUIlLtSliKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS pi tii IVomiitToit Mr Tim lr PviiimiiNnCo IIMITK OTice Friend Building Detnd Street rrit or ivhsciiiitws Ift Annum Stx moiiln T hnre rrtontH V it roonlb Joo 15 rouge Jdlonl iuhwrlprfon Vitfinhir In Iffmrirr r litter c mmumwtiM from All troflhe Klnlom will ntwAjr lie Cttpttble Ml mautn Intended far puMicatlin Vttlt m lmi ntw Mmmunteition And IvtnixmtnH itiouUI I a Mrvttttl In TIIK DAILY mRAlD WEDNESDAY JULY 37 Sudden Death John Foster a native of Iictou Nova Scotia dropped dead while nt work yesterday He is a ship carpcnui by trade has been in the country sinct December 1885 came here on board lire bark Mary T Foster and is well known in Iutt Sound He was work ing with Mr Hrure another carpenter at Siirenson lyles shop on Queen street near the Fish Market After helping to lift tie end of a spar a small height he fell over lying pros trate and breathing very heavily He was immediately picked up and placed as comfortably as 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. — 27 July 1887

IM WW ititfttAMttd TUB DAILY HEME ill bo for huIo Dully nt llm lfol lowlim IMuuohi i THRUM Vortiltect It SOlER Mchnt itttet vkYsTAL SODA WOllKS Hotrl Street A M IIEWKTT MrthwiMti BiiilTBl ACK STAND Hawaiian Hotel JPrlois O Contn WEDNESDAY JULY 2lx 1S87 LOOAX JSTEWS See tlic California Quaker Dairy luxuries at the The Royal Hawaiian Hand played at the Palace last night in honor of the return of the royal party The steamers Kinau and Mikahala were detained about fifteen ninutes waiting for the foreign mail The Polynesian Restaurant has been thoroughly renovated inside the walls being tastefully calciniined and frescoed 1 Mr Wolfe the Hotel street grocer is uoinu to the Coast for a needed change of nir on the next trip of the ustMlia A fine silk ladys sash found on the 1 I wiiarl yesterday can be had on v application of owner at the office mine wnari Inc California fruits etc nt all the leading groceries were disappearing like smoke yesterday afternoon after the long famine The HKAID i...

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. — 27 July 1887

MMfbkeHSiautotttM TO HER IN THE COUNTRY Round tno tho rumble and the thuijdwmi beat Of all n city swells and dies Hound thee tho holy silent Incense sweet Of perfect flowers anil perfect skies Koutvjl trie tho agony of dally strife IsAYtiged for honor fame and gold Itoutid theotho halo ot a country life That fits tbco like a crown Is rolled Arc wo apart Kay love I think not so Our hearts hoat strong across the space No lands divide us long my love I know My soul will flud Its resting plnco And yot the citys thundrous throbbing innze And nil tho countrys perfect skies Wero one to rac could I n moment gnzo Into tho summer of tby eyes W 3 Ilondoraon Tim Kills of Itnltronri Promotion I got my Information from a young man who has been for somo tltno a brakemau on a suburban passenger train of tho Northwestern railway Ho is a very of tlcicut and jtojmlnr man and when ho told mi he meant to resign 1 asked htm what tho reason could be Weill ho said I haTe been told by tho superintendent tha...

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. — 28 July 1887

VOL IL general bcrUocmciUs HU Telephonea8o Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tiiiker ftUilallliVaWuWiXUii THE LBKERR Morcliant Tailor tt7Morolmnt Stroot Hit jut received from England a Urge ection 01 EfflE GOODS Nuttings JHngonitls mid Fancy ITOUBOnilgH Comprising the largest slock ever opened out in Honolulu n personally leiccica 17 ir Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin A Cutter well and favorably known on the Pacific Coait and tn the Eastern Stales hai been engaged and the finest work In the city will be produced at reasonable rates Cloth of VaHouj Kind and Trimming for sale to the Trade ana Utneri Telephone J I B Co No 4 I O llox 306 lTmnlly land Shlpplnic XJutohor CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Corned Deef and Pickled Tongues always on hands Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Erisli WatGiiniakei On lie Islands is WM TURNlffl No 82 Kin Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order ro and see...

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. — 28 July 1887

V ex MMWwrf THE DAILY HERALD is lunLiSiini EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS t TIlK FRUFRUtTOR hVtiik 1lllM IOtLMHtNUCo IIIWITRtl Office Friend Buttdlnjr Bethel Street riuius of HVJiscuivrjox Perwiuum s montn W Tht month -So IVrmonth 3 Pos additional MfcrritJoiM Vainble Oi Jiltitiiw Ilnef communicntuvu Iron all rrtof Kingdom wdl alwaya J acceptable Ml matter Intended for publication well at bujt n communication And aihertiwrntnU thouhl I a tffreMd to THE UAtLY HfcRALD THURSDAY JULY28T887T GO SLOW Our rending of the Treasury state ment for the June quarter may be in correct but if so the error is not of our makintr If on the other hand we arc correct it follows that the present Gov eminent have adopted the rotten nnan cial methods of the late Ministry and propose to saddle the country with the ruinous charges and extortions of the English Loan Syndicate Bulletin July 35M1 In the first place they the Ministry have called a halt in a huge loan swin dle as has been shown in these col li nns ...

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. — 28 July 1887

ii lrrr VwUmiim THE DAILY HERALD Will fttr kiiIo Dally ut Uio IowIuk lJlllUOHI r 0 THRUM Fortiet H SOPKR Mtrchant utl CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street A M HEWRTT Merchant iltett nOOTIlLACK STANO Hawaiian Howl Xrtfco O Ooiitfi jsac THURSDAY JULY a8 887 LOOALNEWS The King and Queen visited the U S S- Adams yesterday The steam roller did some good work on Fort street yesterday S S Zcalandia from the Colonics for San Francisco will be due to-morrow The weekly reception on board the U S S Adams will be held this after noon A meeting of those interested in cricket will be held this evening at the JtlOICI Capt King has gone to England to bring out a new steamer for the Wilder Steamship Company China Engine Co has adopted the Wilson Ilustacc and Morgan ticket for the Department election of engi neers 1 1 1 i The bark Lilian will be brought in this morning She could not come in port yesterday owing to having Chinese on board Edward C Kolstein a clerk at West Dow Cos although but 19 years of 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. — 28 July 1887

I MAGICIAN UNMASKED WONDERFUL TRICKS EXPLAINED DY ONE WHO PROFESSES TO KNOW All Very Slmpln nml Easily Understood rajretio nml III Tliree lBinl Stool Cnblnet Trick Mucin Km A Jllraciil mil Growth of riowera The Writer sat through one of n modern mnglclnns performances somo nights ago and noticed once or twice that his rlghUmnd neighbor took unusual Interest In the cnterlnlnmeuL Not that lie seemed particularly pleased for ho more thau onco gavo vent to exclamations Indicating anything but joy or astonish ment As the audleUco tiled out at the conclusion ot the cabluot seances the writer mado Fomo common place remark to the gentleman who had sat next to him Ono word led to nnother and five minutes later the two were seated together in report near by Tlie posters and announcements of this great magician make one smllo ho said during a pause In the refreshment From them ono would think that he was going to provo a mixture of tho devil and Dr Kaustus vrhllo on the con trary tho tricks ho...

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. — 29 July 1887

i iff ft I VOL II cncntl bbcrttecmcntc - - lbkerr Merchant tailor T Meruhlint fttr t Ma just received from EngUml a Inrce ecilon of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy TwmsoringB Comprising the largest stock ever opened out In Honolulu Ml personally selected Ity Mr Kerr when abrovl Mr J Spencer Martin A Cutter well and favorably known on jlic Pacific Coast and In the Cittern Statu lias been engaged and the finest work in the city will be iroJuecd at reasonable rales Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone H H Co No 4 I O llox 306 Illt Telephone 189 Mutual Telophone 389 Joseph Tinker 3amllv utiil Shlpjilim Mutoltor CITY MARKET Nuuinu Street Corned llecf anil Pickled Tongues always on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausage fresh dally Delivcrici free to any part of city and suburb THE ONLV PRACTICAL English Miiiiiiki 1 On the Islands is WM TURNElt No 8a Kins Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put in order po and ce 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. — 29 July 1887

I i I Jtl tti Mum uTiiTiii MW THE DAILY HEEALD is puiiiisii EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDVs f TIIK IHOKIKTOH MTIII PufftlfclltHfNoCo IIHITfD Office cFricnd Building beitfel Street r r tiiriii iiaakl IvK UH SVItSfllll IT WS tr annum SU tiwitni Ihret months Itr month 600 J00 150 50CU foiiagc nJJitiotul XiT tfHhtrrlpllont Vatable tit Attrnnre Itrnf Maimoniestions from all parttaf th Kingdom wll alvrayi Ix acceptable ll mailers Intended for publication M well at bul n communication nd adverttoments hould I a liresicd in f THE DAILY HKKAM FRIDAY JULY so 1887 JAPANESE LA1JOR TION In to days paper will be found a Notice to Employers of Liborcr from the Minister of tne Interior At tention may be called to several im proved condili ms by way of increased cheapness to the planters The em ployer is riot required to furnish food in addition to the wages offered which wc understand are no higher than the former rate with food added Only one half of the passage money is to be advanced by the employer...

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 July 1887

tmtbt h Vi riaia jt TIE DAILY HERALD Will Ijo Am- mio TJhIIv ut U Kol lowlna 1Iuook ll FoM CYTAt SODA WOKKS Hotel Sheet Afe WKrr MlfcM reel lrloo O Cents 2 Friday julyiss OCAL JSOTWS Mr J U Gibson s thanked for a copy of the Oakland Association Loe Hook The Pacific Hose roll call after the fire last night was answered by fifty members I he divorce suit of Mrs Jas Dodd will be heard in the Supreme Court this morning The resignation of Mr Julius Smith Superintendent Of Public Works has Been received nnd accepted by the Interior Department Hon Geo W Macfarlane has kindly sent the Herald a copy of the London Standard containing full re ports of the Jubilee pageants in the metropolis Signer Celso Cawar Moreno lias had the goodness to send us a Washington AtfuMiAin containing an able letter on tnc rclutiois between Italy and the Vatican Ml I - Captain Ilray in answer to inquiries has written that to the best of his knowledge C K Miller is conducting himself in consistency with his recent ...

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 July 1887

fc S l n nu tMTlurrt1lrrffl7riiiiMili A PftOOlflV IN Aftf OniUra ttaren VoniUtTul CAiaeitj fwf Work tllnSkllHnI Urauglitmnnelilp noetori IIcrftKt Ilnrtowrrl Of nil tho frionds of Doro not seemed more consciontionsly to try to glvo him whotcsomo ndvico or to com nearer to InStioncing him thnn Inn lncroix tlio brilliant writor and hir torlati Ho gavo Doro nn edition of bh own works to i lnstrato against tlio af vico of Ills publisher who thought hn crrry to employ n moro lad for suub s task M Inurolx tells how tho affuli terminated Aftor speaking to him o them tho books 1 had sent them to him Ho came to soo mo a wook or two later Now I said Mot us talk of my story Ifftvo you read it or oven bo gun it oh ho said I mastered that In no tlmo and tho blocks nro nil ready What blocksf I sUrted rising hastily frblii my chair in astonishment Heady with what1 our wood cuts ho answoreit cAlmly Tlmy make just 800 Hero nro some of them and ho commenced 11 tractlng numborlcss pieces of wood from p...

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 July 1887

y f pwsijjnpijl I v- syou ii IJWt A 1111 Telephonea8o - General bjjcrttocmctttB LBKERR Merchant Tailor Sr7 Morohtmt Rlren fat just received from England a Urge ecuoruoi FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy xrousonngs Comprising the largest slock ever opened out in Honolulu all Kerr when broai personally elected by Mr Mr J Spencer Martin A Cutter well and favorably known on the raclfic Coat and In the Eastern State hat been engaged and the finest wotk In the city will be produced at reasonable ratei t Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings r for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone H U Co No 4 P O 1ok 306 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker lOTamUy unit Bhlpplmt Uutohor CITY MABKET Nuuanu Street Corned Beef and Pickled Tongue always cm hands Celebrated Cambridge Sausages freih dally Dellverlc free to any pit of city and Suburbs THE ONLV PRACTICAL Endisli Watchmaker 1 On the Islands is mi TURNER No 8a KJnjr SUtet Jf you want your watch well repaired or 7our clock put In order po and...

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 July 1887

hi ir o THB DAIIjI HERALD is 1umftOinh EVERY l O R N I N G EXCEPT SUNDAYS t 0 Tll IkoHiixtor r Til lrMliiMUiliilo I li x it ml Office Friend Building Betftel Street r us or HtflvcwilTov Itr nmin S montfi Thi month Vtt monlh J00 tJO jolu Potim nJdlltirnl ttT Suhirrlpttoni Inunhle In llrief tfemmunitittotn from nil tttmuf th KtngJom will Always I Mctpubl Alt nutter Inltndei at puWtaaicn a well t Irjil it mrauncatlon uidndmtlxtiKtiti thould be UrtiwJ In HIE IMIIYHEKAID SATURDAY JULY 30 1887 BUSINESS AND lKRSONAL ANNOUNCEMENT With thisisiuc the Daily Herald will cease to be published It will be succeeded next business day by the Daily GaseUes to be issued from the office of the Hawaiian Gazette Pub lishing Company under the same editorship The subscriber will close up all the Hkralu business but con fine himself exclusively to literary work on the Gaxttlt At the same time lie would bespeak for the publiihcrs of the Dily Gattttt a continuance of the fa vors of all patrons of the Herald A...

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 July 1887

Mllllllllltlllin THE DAILY HERALD AVlll lo nlo Dnlly nt tho luwlnu lliuios fO THRUM tMtna J I SOPtR Merthaat str CHYSTAL SODA WOHKS HoH Rti AM HEWEIT Merchant strew BOOTBLACK STAND Hawaiian Motel lriyo a Contn r Saturday july 30 iss7 Palace Square was spnnklcll yester day A farewell party will be tendered Miss A McGowcn next Monday eve ning The failure of the Zealandia from the Colonies to put in an i pcarancc yesterday caused general disappoint ment - - - 11 A parly of ladies and gentlemen sere naded the Adams last evening They were responded to by parties on board whose vocal abilities were greatly ap preciated The schooner Mana Captain Nelson sailed for the South Sea Islands yester day at 1230 p m with one hundred and twelve natives of those regions sixty men thirty seven women nnd fif teen children being returning con tract laborers A number of people were enter tained the other evening by a China man who became ambitious to become a bicyclist After completing some as tonishing ...

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