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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 October 1886

VOL I mi I THE TATE Or TWO OLD HEROES Bold for 623 Alter Yonra of Most Gallant Soi vloo The two war veterans stood with shaking limbs on the rough pavement at the navy yard in Boston last week About them n score or more of Govern ment employes had assembled They were peculiar specimens but their aged and feeble bodies were positive evi dence that they had served their coun try long and well They had fated the powder innumerable times during the great struggle between the North and South they had seen patriots fall time and time again before the deadly fire of the enemys charge they had heard the martial music ns it broke forth to sound the triumphant march of a departed hero j they had assisted in forwarding and transporting the am munition which carried the day and they had been companions of the late General Grant when a single ray of hope failed to lighten the frigbtfu darkness of the Wilderness And all for what The country which they helped to preserve from the plun dering hand ...

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. — 5 October 1886

V w I f THE DAILY HERALD IS PUKLiSHKIl EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS TOK TM InOMUKTOK Y1Ut IRSmIVBI lMIUC LltllTRD At tlioOmoeiNo COMwiohiint fct TtlltVS OF SVMVHllXIOil JTeraanum 600 SU montni 30a Thr momhl f50 Per month jnett Pot age Additional t3T Kiibicrtptton rniable n Ailvnuet Ilritf cmmunlcitloni from ll part of the Kingdom trill always bo acceptable All milter tntendeil far nuhlleatldn M welt At hull nM communications and drrllmenl ihnuld be addrtitetl to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 5 1S86 NOTES AND COMMENTS What was that Mr Gibson said about loR rolline two or three months ago He has come to be heavily en gaged in that branch of the lumbering business since then A soldier threatened a civilian with his sword in a saloon the other evening It is to be hop d the to be organized standing army will not have many such cowards i 1 its rank and file The taxing power is one that ruling factions can least afford to strain This the oligarchical reactionaries of Hawaii seem determi...

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. — 5 October 1886

fUMUMUMAMoamMtMMUwntlrtMMnuBM THE DAILY HERALD -Will bo for ulo Dtvllv ut tho lowllllf PlllOrtHI T 0 THRUM Fortsleet J M OAT Jit Co Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Price O Coitto TUESDAV OCTOBER s 1886 LOCAL There wire great sale yesterday The steamer W her regular route at JNEWS bargains at Kerrs Koloa plantation Kauai took twenty families of the late ai rival of Portu guese A good sized party left for the vol cano yesterday as the passenger list will show j nail sails on ten oclock this morning A mail for San Francisco by the bark Ceylon will close at ti o clock this morning in iw m 1 s 11 1 The opening of Mr C J Mc Carthys new billiard hall on Saturday evening was an auspicious event Two more Chinese with opium in possession were hauled in yesterday Officer Kauhane being their captor I I i M Two Chinamen stole 1 box from an Alapai street house early yesterday morning and forgot to take their shoes away witli them The band concert at Emma Square last evening was at...

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. — 5 October 1886

Ifi W timis JUDGED BY THE COLOHS HOW THE LADIES OF ST PAUL SELECT THEIR FOOT GEAR What Climes Wonr Striped and Solid Colored Hosiery ltctl is Color Thnt In dlcntos a riery Disposition lllnok tUe Proper Thing Fur IVhltc Stockings fin lndlcntlon of chnractorf repented the clerk in churgo of tho Uoalory department of o prominent dry poods store ta ho folded a beautiful pair of bluo silk hoso and roplaced them In a box Ves I think that tho color tho toxturo and In fact the ladys conduct whllo mak ing n selection of foot covering cnablo the observing clerk to jndgo a good deal of her character and oven If Bho Is a per fect stranger and her nnmo and residence ore unknown quantities I have tried my hand at guessing In that way and when over the Btrangor has become a regular cus tomer thus giving mo a chanco to discover tho truth or falsity of my prediction havo found that I havo judged her correctly knew a clerk In an extonslvo Now York establishment which dealt largely In hos iery who had...

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. — 6 October 1886

VOL I Tun IlotUlcinn Aptnom to Xoaru Captain Hoggs a Virginian who held a captains license on the Mississippi mcr before he was of age and who for fourteen years had the contract to sup ply the military posts in uian 010 rado New Mexico and Arizona with fuel tells the following story j I was down in the Ule Reserva tion in Colorado and had strolled down to the shores of a small lake while my mules and teamsters were eating dinner when I came across a party of about a dozen Indians They woe armed with rifles and were shooting stuck of the ing at a snag which out water about two hundred yards b iinf 1 ne sianes iui wimn m cie I shooting were composed of a quarter of a dollar irom eacn man i aiuuu watching them for some time and then AoriApA to enter the competition THE Each man had three shots and the man who had hit the snag the most times won the pot The misses were told by the splash in the water the hits by the absence of the splash After some parley with the red skins I got them ...

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. — 6 October 1886

Rk if r 1 K 91 iflr W I1 I I f E I THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Tor tii PnofRinTOH ytii PRkuviimilNaCo LIMITED Ai tho omoi No JO Murohnnt St T1UIMS Or HVllHCUtVTION fr annum 600 Sii mnutht 3- Thrt monllit 150 Pel month 5 PosageMitional KB Subnerlptlnna Vajluble ii lilrnnre Brief cimmutiicrtftom from all part of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All miKm tnlni1l at ntltilicatlim fM well a litnl nei communication and advertisements ahould he audrMud to THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1886 FOREWARNED The business community and the whole country arc apprised of a crown ing imposition proposed by the ruling clique Their taxation is intended to be raised materially in order to make the revenue meet the wild extravagance of appropriations Will the taxpayers large and small show at this juncture that they have some spirit left in them after all these years of dexterous sub verting of their privileges and interests by a consummate intriguer Or is it fcf...

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. — 6 October 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Will lo for Hdlo Dallv lit tho Fol lowlntr X Muumh T 0 THRUM Fort meet J M OAT Jr ACo Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WOitKS lintel Street Xlloo O CoiiIh WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1886 LOCALNEAYS Rev A O Forbes has been seriously ill but is on the mend A circus is loing through by the SS Australia and may have tunc to give a show here Mr J F ITackfcld acts as Vice Consul for Russia in the absence of Mr J PJluRcr The bark Ceylon took to San Fran Cisco a mail of 207 letters and 189 packages of papers 11 11 mi The Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club minstrel company had a rehearsal at the boat house last evening The Sailors Home is bound logo this time Mr Levey will knock it down with his little hammer on Wednesday next in- i 1 The continued sale of tailors goods yesterday by Messrs K P Adams Co was well attended and the Roods sold at unusually good prices The following passengers left for the Volcano by the stcimcr V G Hall yesterday morning J S Armstrong C K Deanc and D K Thompson M...

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. — 6 October 1886

l V IJ lit llostona Vrofotslonnl Doc WiuWer A Boston girl of SO or tliorenbouts one of tho feigning belles belonging to one Of the Hack Biy families wis swinging down Bcncpn street the other morning with cliedks Hushed by tho sharp air and the glow of health pulsing all through hor body She was out for hor morning o on Btltutldnal niulnko toglvo tho snme tpnlo to a hopelessly ugly Skye torrlor that was tightly clasped by one arm just below tho swelling lino of her well proportioned fig Uro and whoso shaggy face peered out In tho world with tho air of disgust that only Skyo torriors wear Opposite the public gardon tho girl and dog woro mot by an other glrr walking more leisurely and without a canlno Incumbrance Thoro was n kiss and a few words of chat that were soon ended by tho exclamation from tho girl who carried tho pet- Well good bye Maud dear I must be bnck home by 10 oclock for Larson comes at that hour to glvo sweot little Topsy hla bntb Do come and seo mo And bo the girls se...

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. — 7 October 1886

I N rOL I Light from is Foumt of Conl Wmnlclln Institute tests indicate that pne pound of coal burned under tigood boiler yieia w iiBufc m muuvy uu iu iw the incandescent eluctrlo Bystoirt ITheBaino weight of coal glvos from the lnaUod aro light about 153 candles only pfdehty being ordinarily avouauiu on no ioOUUl 01 lUO Bliuuiug ui uiw 115UU1 iuo gas from ono pound of bltumlnouo coal lylolds from fourtoon to Boventeon candles iThe groator economy of fuol In electric 1 lighting Is oltsot by the lnoroased expanse Jfor mnchlnory and attention Sclontlflo I Journal A Pile of llih lu tho Sen Horrlng are said to jump out of the water when frlghtoned A recent writer h claims to have scon wholo shoals of them whon pursued by a larger llslt piled up nbovo tho surfneo of tho sea to a height of from tliroo to six feet Ho onco saw a pile of fish In tho son reaching to tho top of tho most of a Ashing boat or about fifteen feet ubove tho surface It a portion of this moss had fallen into the limit...

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. — 7 October 1886

I ft p i c f Hi m toUWrirf mrFfr3f bmmtjimWi hmuwhSm j ify JciwjyifijmiwijTtyyWlf iMMU THE DAILY HERALD tS 1UIJllSllKI EVERY MORNING EXCKPT SUNDAYS Fl THl PKOMIItTll JtM PttlMjlllLMHINUCo tftllTRU J At Iho OfflueNo 20 Meruhnnt St TllllSIS OF HVasVUlVXION Feraanum 600 SU monlfli u 300 Three months 15 IV month 50CM Postage additional 43T Suttuvlplton laiab til Advance Tlrlef communication from nil parti if the Kingdom will always be acceptable All mailers Intended for publication m well a bus nM communications and advertisements should be aduVuced to THC DAILY HERALD THURSDAY OCTOBER 7 1886 THE HAWAIIAN ARMY As the officers of the standing army have been gazettedour readers are enti tled to kridw the substance of the act of organization The act is prefaced with the following rather disorganized preamble Whereas for the purpose of more complete military organization in any case requiring recourse to arms and to maintain and provide a sufficient force for the internal security and good ...

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. — 7 October 1886

tzzssxuiaxffr - bMWMMi uMnhm 1 TUB DAILY HERALD Will be ftr stile TJailv tit tlm Ifol lowlim l MnmH I o IHRUM Fortstietl J M OATJk ACo Merchant street I KYSTA1 SODA WOUKS Hotel Ktteet lrliu C5 CoiiIh THURSDAY OCTOBER 7 1886 I LOCALNESVS There arc afloat 130000 more bricks for Mr Thomas This evening occurs the monthly meeting of the Fire Board at the Bell Tower The steamer C R Bishop will take a new triple effect to Pacific Sugar Mill Hawaii to day The schooner Malolo sails on a trading expedition to the Marshall Islands next Monday I Ladies are patronizing the Kapiolani bath in increasing numbers doubtless much to their physical benefit The old lady run down on Sunday week has recovered from her injuries She was cured by the lomilomi piocess Ill I II Mr James Trcgloan son of Mr II S Trcgloan Honolulu has started a1 tailoring business in Merced county Cal 111 111 111 The members of the St Andrews Church Association meet this evening at the house of Mr M P Robinson Nuuanu valley All t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 7 October 1886

i ii s iff I1 ft I F I Bff v i V 1 1 St lit ik V t M U yli I lifcifc 4 WORK IN A STUDIO A PLACE WHERE THE EARLY DIRD 18 LIKELY TO 8ECURE THE WORM A Vlght for a loie Putting tlm Question to Vote ltcnrrnncliB the Model TIik JInrmlcsa laity Student Who la Amply Suppled Her Work A studio Is n republic but It linn Its recognized lenders and there Is not unfrb qnentlr one who by sheer force of will hns established hersolf ns an autocrat and takes upon herself to rcgnlato everything from tho model to the clock The auto crat Is not always what Is known as a strong worker 1 e one whoso powers in drawing and painting might ontltlo her to take tlio lead Her only qualifications need be self confidence a capacity of early rising and a tcinpor especially a temper In no placo more than a studio Is It true tbat tho early bird gets the worm but In a studio that bird must bo prepared to de feud Its spoils Thus It Is a grent thing to bo among the first to pose tho model nt 8 on Monday morning but unle...

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. — 8 October 1886

VOL I THE PUNISHMENT OF CRIMINAL8 Tho Murk Coll nm No Torrori for n Drni perailo Hanging Up by tho Wrists Tho dark cell Is notnn ndounto punish ment for ft desperado snys Mr linker superintendent of the Now York Btnto pris ons Why I havo known prisoners to get fat by being conflnod In tho dark coll on a dtot of broud and water Thoyncom to curl up and go to sloop contentedly llko a hlbernntlng nnlmnl Sorno less pusslvo Infliction Is noedod to bring them to terms Lot mo lllustratot I onco visited ono of our stato prisons whero n big hulking ruf fian with an Iron bar split open tho skull of n slender youth against whom ho con ceived some grudge Tho latter should not have been sent to tho prison at all a reformatory was tho placo for him but tlioro ho lay with a fraoturod head It was shortly after I had abolished tho use of tho paddle and by tho way I had discovered the law and had Issuod myordor beforo Grover Clovelnnd Informed mo he had found tho same stntuto Well the burly rufllan wh...

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. — 8 October 1886

ir i THE DAILY HERALD IS PUIIUSIIED EVERY MORNING KXCKPT SUNDAYS For ma rormrToH bythk JrejiJIubluhinoCo IU111EU At Lho Offloo No ao Moroimtit St trims of stwwnrvTiox Nf annum Six montns Thrj months Per month 6oo 300 150 JOCO Postage jut J it tonal tXT Siibievlpttona iinl lit tdimicf Tlrlef communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always b acceptable All matteri Intended for publication M well at busi ni communication and advertisements should te addressed to THE DAILY IILRAID FRIDAY OCTOBER 8 1886 A LEGISLATIVE SCENE When Mr Gibson was announcing billsNthat had received the royal assent yesterday lie came to the one for making the Hawaiian version the bind ing one in the interpretation of the laws He had just read the title when Mr Kaulukou and several other reac tionaries interrupted him with a great clamor of applause The member for Hilo interjected some distasteful re marks about the haplcs foreigners He and his allies were however griev ously taken bagk when the Premie...

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. — 8 October 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Will bo for mvlo Xitilly lit IHo Kol lowlnit IMilOnM T O THRUM Fort street J M OATJrCo Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel fitieet X3rloo ft CoiiIh FRIDAY OCTOBER 8 1886 LOCAL NEWS The band will play at Queens Hos pital this afternoon The Supreme Court sat in banco yesterday hearing arguments TheKoloa Sugar Company meets on Monday afternoon next at the office of Messrs H Hackfeld Co The Oahu Association of Hawaiian Evangelical Ministers is holding its semiannual session in Kaumakapih church 11 Mr J Asch first assistant engineer of the Fire Department has lvcn each fire company a large picture of himselt to hang in its house The King and the staff of the Ha waiian army also Col Sprockets and others yesterday drove tout to the monthly reception of Princess Liliiio kalani at Palainu J K Nacole was the only successful candidate out of five at the Supreme Court examination on Wednesday and was licensed to practise law in the in ferior courts of the Kingdom The Siste...

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. — 8 October 1886

1 m tfB iw M I utr P If c 1 ft W t I t fe S5 i THE FATE OF MINE DISCOVERERS A SuporBtUloin llcllcf on thn Subject with Somo Vuuiiitntlon Tlio BUpcrstltlous belief la nn old one that unless the discoverer of a camp meets an untimely or bloody end his And will novor amount to anything and this scorns bomo out by facts since noarly till of the discoverers of the great gold mines In tho United States with but few exceptions have ns tho saying goes dlod with their boots on Of thlrty olght booming towns In tho early days tlio locators of twolvo wore killed by bullet thrco wero bnrled In their creations by cave Ins and tho rest drifted away with tho tldo of Immigration have become lost In oblivion or died dud wcro burled In paupers graves Ocorge H Fryor from whom tho cele brated Fryor HUP of Leadvlllo derives Its name died nt Denver not long ngo from an ovcrdoso of morphine adminis tered by his own hand Two years pre vious to his death ho was worth a million or so but ho died n pauper and ...

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 October 1886

VOL I The Hid of tli Strongest llnttnllolia Nowhere In history Is tho profatio idea tlmt In ft fnlr field flght Providence Is on tho sldo of tho Btrongagt battailous more uniformly suBtaluod than In our civil war It prosonts no oxamplo of tho triumph o 18000 or oven 20000 men against 25000 It affords some such Instances wlioro the BtronHor force was surprised by rapid and unoxpucted movomonts and still others where it was directed with a want of skill ugalust chosen positions strengthened by the art of dofonso but nowhere olso The woukor force Is uniformly defeated 01 compelled to retire Gen Duoll in The Century ffliou Ilryaut Wm 10 Year Old A gontloman of International famo whose word Is as unquestionable as his genius Is groat said a few days ago 1 was sitting besldo Bryant at a dlnnor one day Turning to him I said Mr Bryant will you kindly set my mind at rest on the widely agltatod question of to your age when you wrote xnanaiopsisr it ury ant answered I hod finlshod ovoryllne an...

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 October 1886

I THE DAILY HERALD IS PU1IL1SHKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FOK TIU PltoritlKTOIl BVlH IltllSPuaLtSHINa Co LIMlTID At lhoOmoeNo CO ACarahnut S TlUtMH Oi1 SVUSOllIVTIOK Fer annum 600 SI months 300 1 lire months 150 Ir month 50CU Postage additional 43 Subscriptions laiiable In Advance llritf communication from nil parti of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All mitten Intended for publication l well as butt neM communications and advertisements should be addrMsed to THE DAILY UHRALD SATURDAY OCTOBER 9 1886 THE OPIUM BILL The opium bill is the order of the day in the Legislature this morning Those who support it wilfully invite a fearful increase of crime immorality and disease in the nation Its passage would devote the Hawaiian race to certain and speedy destruction This is inevitable from what is known of the effects of the drug on more stolid races It is well understood by all old residents of these islands from what they have seen here of a licensed opium trade in former times...

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 October 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Will 1o tiv 1 Disllv l tho If ol luwlnir X31uooh I 0 THRUM Iott street J M 0A1Jn Co Merchant street IKYblAl SOUA WORKS Hotel Street Prion O OmuIh SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1886 LOCALNEWS Some of the yachts in the harbor arc being overhauled for the races Hon Paul Neumann will entertain the King and other dignitaries at dinner this evening The S S Australia from San Fran cisco for Sydney arrived about 5 oclock this morning The steam schooner Surprise will be put on the Kuau route aboutvtlie latter end of this month It is going to rain today if it is not raining now unless this is the dry time when all signs fail The usual Y M C A temperance meeting will be held in Fowlers Yard this evening at 730 The Hawaiian Mission Childrens Society will meet this evening at the residence of Mr P C Jones Police Justice Bickerton and the officers of the Court took a holiday yesterday there being no business To day is the Jewish Day of Atone ment Most of the Jewish business houses will be c...

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 October 1886

L MADRIGAL Whou all la said nml sung what Istlio sumf Lovo only lovol What brightest Urentn hath youth of ycnra to cotnof Vliat rotrospeot turn dim eyes latest fromf Love only loyol What word sounds sweetest hi the poets rhymor Love only lovol What tales first told in some forgotten cllmo From heart to heart throb through the lapse of tlmef s Love only lovel Tho guide star of tho souls dlvino en deavor Lovo only lovol Tho bond of lives which denth can not dlssover The litany tho seraphs sing forever Lovo only lovol Charlo3 L Hlldreth in New York World How W II Ilowotl Write Novols I noverhavo more than ono novel on hand at a time though I may now and and then write a sketch of travels by way of n change I have of course a general idea of what I am going to wrlto bofore I begin a novel but I do not analyze n plan and think it up in chapters before hand All I have at tho beginning is tho general idea I Invent chapters and incidents as I go along Thus each morning consists of new inven...

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