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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 October 1886

VOL I The BMsstxn Ct wt Harry Wt lnirry on our wo Irany through our telegrams What 1i tho re sult of hurryinft on tho railway r We never Bee the bvautlea of the scenery through which we patH and bo with hur ried rending you do not nee tho beauties of the literature you peruse And what Is the next result It Is thai you do not appreciate those beauties the beauties are no longer created for you stylo sulTera lo calise renders read too fast to enjoy the style and beautiful writing la becoming more nnd more rare Homo men thbre nro who In reaction ngnlnst the slovenli ness of the writing of the present day be come thomsolves stylists and literary rcs tliiites but that nKoln Is ruthcr un exag geration spcAKing genernuy nrsr ciosi stylo la literature Is being weakened und seriously weakened by tho extraordinary pace nt which everybody Is anxious to read Mr Goschcns Speech A lrofemlonal HegBara Good Dodge Almost allot tho begging dodges like everything else aro run Into tho ground but there...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 October 1886

r W i I 1 L4 Hr THE DAILY HERALD 13 P0UL1SIIED EVERY MORNING to EXCEPT SUNDAYS KOK TH IijoYltlKTOIt IVTMI PrkuIi hushing Co tlMITIU A1 Uio OniorNo SDMorohnnt St TJUtJIS OV SVHSCltllTIOS Per annum 600 Six tnontnn 3 Thre month Irmanth soctt Postage additional SJT lubatrlplionit Vauabe in Atlranrr lirlcf communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as well as bust n c mmuncations and advertisements shouldbe adried to THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY OCTOBER n 1886 OUR ARMY The military appointments and pro motions gazetted last week and referred to by the great newspaper as forming a red letter day in the military annals of Hawaii furnished the pleasure seekers of the metropolis with an enter tainment for which they should be duly grateful A gorgeous burlesque of this character even on paper should go Dr to compensate our community for the prevailing famine in dramatic entertainments With such evidences of our home resources in thes...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 October 1886

LOCAL it t i t 1 1 fc Ulllimiu trial komeson toujy t WSp1f hlE DAILY HERALD rlll bo fov Hnlo TJuilv nt tho lowing x Mhooh f 0 THRUM Fort street M OAT J Co Merchant street stVafMi SODA WORKS Ilolel bteet frloo f GontH 10NDAY OCTOBER n 1886 n N RAVS for manslaughter 1 The Kinaus volcano party retnrninj festerday numbered fifteen Officer Holoua yesterday hauled in a iiinaman caught smoking opium The steam laundry under its new Iwncrship begins cullccting washing to- r it Tlie Kmau brings word of continued hut not increased activity in the lano I I ft- i t ntlinr fi eiriitic nf fncf r 1 IICIU iiuuwi uimm Iriving on tncialama road tnese vejiings I The opium bill was not reached on Saturday tnc mam tax mn occupying 111 the sitting m - An association of school girls is pro- ectcd to make articles of wear for the imates ot tne icper nospuais - Tli manaeer of one of the lamest Every and hack itables reports business ue urisK which 1 u jjuuu iju If Mr and Mrs J T White will ortly open the Eag...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 October 1886

I Ci If r i ITPTWI JWSSUS FINANCES A niCH MINERAL COUNTRY WITHOUT PRIVATE ENTERPRISE A Young Govcinniont Engineer Move Method of Itcnolilng the 1recloua Met als Southern Siberia Irosperlty anil rcttlllty oT Soil Tlio Cossack I hml Uils morning n long nnd plcnsnnt conversation with Col do Geslor nn ex member of tlio start of the Grand Duko VJtulmlr In the Husslun army Col do Gesslcr has occupied an ofTlcln1 position In the military forces of the Russian govern nient for many years and Is Intimately acquainted with their resources their quality nnd their power Just what I asked in the course of our conversation Is the condition of finan cial affairs in Kusslnr Thoro seems to bo an utter drainago of gold from tho country Our rublo worth nominally something llko 80 cents of your money now sells for 47 cents This of courso applies to tho paper equivalent which is In circulation throughout Kussla Coins of all kinds nro very scarco and pa por money Is about tho only thing ono sees Thoro wa...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 October 1886

VOL I Htonoivnll Jitckunii unit len Grogg The dentil of Gon Stonownll Jacksons fnniouH war Iiomo was appropriately celo lirntcd nt tlio Soldiers homo ncrons tho 1otoiunc by tho half masted Hag A into hero had bestrode htm and never wis horse moro dutiful to his rider After tho bnttloof Fredericksburg Gen Jackson was stooping In Ids tent About dawn of tho next day tho generals faithful colored man Jim who was tho exact lino of tho steed ho groomed roused his muster nud Hnldi Marso Thomas Gen Maxoy Gregg sends word hos going to dlo beforo morn ing and wants you to coma and sco him Hes sorry for that impulsive noto ho wroto you andnsks your pardon I so got your liorso ready Jackson jumped up promptly and said Jim I will go at once God bless Gen Gregg and savo him As Jackson was about to mount ho saw that tho horao was not his old sorrel and complained about It Jim promptly an swered Ho was not fit ten for you gen eral You rodo him all day yesterday and hos not fltten Hut just as soon 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. — 12 October 1886

fc r n if mmasttukm rnrvy irrmirm i THE DAILY HERALD is rumisiiKo EVERY M O R N I N J EXCEPT SUNDAYS Koit thi Ii umTor mjik lmnli UjiiinuCo IIMITKII At the Office No 9 Meiilmnt St Thitiiti of HVusvinrrtoS i Pr annum 600 9u month 300 fhre monlln tn Itr munth socts PdMage hdJitional tig Hiibiirlpllotm rnyubr In Ailtutiicr Nrjtf communication from all part of the KtngJom will always L acceptable Ml matters Intended for publication at Hell a liusi n M Otnmuntcatton and adveitlttment nhould be ad rested to THE DAILY IIKKALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 12 1886 PISTOLS Judge Prestons remarks in charging tlie juries in two cases of manslaughter tried before him during the present term of the Supreme Court should not be without some good effect Perhaps not many people who keep pistols as means of protection and defense can be induced by advice from any quarter to part with them Yet if they are inn bucd with a higher sense of responsi bility in the possession of the danger ous weapons a salutary effect w...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 October 1886

Ttt nawifip JPUJ Pwr mif ivi - - - i TUB DAILY HERALD Wilt r H1 33iillv ut thi Kol lowliitt IMnuisMi T 0 TMHUM 1ottdtreel I M OAT J R Co Merchant street I UVslAI SODA WOHKS Hold Slice J ilu G CoiiIn TUESDAY OCTOBER 12 1886 LOCAL ftlWS The polee report a quiet night Subscribers will please give prompt notice- of any omissions by carriers Mews E 0 Hall Son pay a div idend of four dollars per share rjw Geo W DeLotiK Post meeting postponed from Satuiday will bo held tonight The Church Womens Aid Society meets in the Y M C A rooms at 230 this afternoon The Uethel Union Sunday School conductors meet at Mr G Wests WuUki this evening Mr Keau sticks close to the Station all night as well as to his legislative duties during the day Water rates to the end of the year must be paid the edict has gone f irth by the fifteenth of November A large swimming party of ladies and gentlemen had a moonlight splurge at the Kapiolani bith house last flight The Ladies Benevolent Society meets with Mrs 1 C Jo...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 October 1886

ft TT t film Didnt Notice the Itulletn The following story Is told by thonutlior of Women of tho War Cnpt Mltcliolls mother wns tho most timid woman I over pmv Wo had to cross a pontoon bridge and It wm thought best that we should dismount and cross on foot and It fell to my lot to escort old Mrs Mitchell over No sooner had wo started than a federal bat tery not far oil opened flro upon us Tho soldiers on tho opposite side of tho river proected by tho high railroad embank ment became quite frantic at our danger nnd kept screaming to us to run run ladles for Gods sako run nnd get over here All of this was lost upon old Mrs Mitchell She could not hear what they sulci for tho roar of the cannonading to wnlch sho had now become accustomed Neither did she know that wo were undor Ore Though the balls wero splashing in the water on each side of ub she did not notice thorn and no one felt called upon to draw her Attention to the fact Sho ob jected to running preferring to walk so taking her...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 October 1886

VOL I LONGING Como into my heart love Ilfo la slipping by Como and chaw thu elindows love From n dnrkenlnR sky Como and to an aching heart Bring thy honllng halm Como and still tho tempest lovo To tho deepest calm Mlno has bcon a weary llfo Full of grlof and pain Como and In Its closing hours Mako a swcot refrain Como and through the sunset clouds Cast a golden ray Lighting up tho dreary road To otornal day H E Branch In Good Housekeeping 1nlile of the lox and tho Ilnree A Fox who was passing through tho Forest one day heard n great Dispute among tho Hares and ho turned Asldo to find several of them Kngagod in Hard Knocks around a Burrow Whats all this How aboutf demanded Reynard as ho fell Among them Why sir roplled ono of tho Hares Our Father is Dead and wo cant agree as to who shall possess this Burrow But It Is largo enough for all of you So It Is but that settles a Question of Fact Instead of Principle Well Ill take tho Fact and you can keep tho Principle said tho Fox as he too...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 October 1886

t i Ll ii i ffi fi THE DAILY HERALD is ruiiiisiiicu EVERY M0RN1NG t EXCEPT SUNDAYS KoHTMK FdormtTOR trTHK PimliiiUNiioCo IIMITRD XX the Omuie N oCOMroliinl St TKUH8 otHvnsanivTiox Per annuBi 600 St montnt 1 oo 1 lire moDthi 150 Per month 5ct Pottage additional urt3ubmrlilto Payable in A it an tier ttrlefcimmunlcationt from all part of the Kingdom will always L acceptable All matters Intended for publication ai will as butt ntm communications anil advtrtltementt should b addtrved to THE DAILY IIEKAID WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 1886 PASSED The advahced guard of reactionaries have had their way They have suc ceeded in legalizing an opium traffic in this Kingdom The medical guise under which the work is to be accom plished is a transparent fraud That phasc of the matter alone was sufficient todeter men of integrity from support ing the measure even if they honestly thought that a square measure of license was preferable to prohibition administered perfunctorily It will be seen that three memb...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 October 1886

ATVsjWWW THE DAILY HERALD Will bo ftf ilo Dally at tlio Fol lowlim tPlnooH 1 o TIIKUM Port street J M OAT J K Co Merchant street iKYSTAt SODA WORKS Hotel Street Piloo B ContM WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 121886 LOCAJbJNEWS Harry Hynn the barber is writing liook on Hawaii and the Volcano Remember hour for the relics today that 10 oclock is the sale of Queen Emmas As usual a bystander put it to our shipping reporter the Kinau had to wait five minutes for Major Cornwcll This is the day that Levey is going to make the assault on the Sailors Home It must be sold and must be removed in 11 1 1 The Bell telephones have been or dered out of all the houses and places of business in which Col a controlling interest Sprcckcls has Mr W C Sproull is removing his store from Queen street to Fort street in the Beaver block opposite Messrs V 0 Irwin Cos offices Mr C Furncaux artist having re turned from prolonged explorations of the scenery of Hawaii is again to be found at his studio on Fort street Mr Shaw man...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 October 1886

m llis tWL jaglgj li PLAYLNG BADMINTON A TWO HOJRS FROLIC FOR NEW YORKS SOCIETY YOUNG FOLKS Arrlml of ttio lllorofBiroll uf tlio Dan dlca After nu Klabornlo Course uf Thought Sixty Tlioiisnml u Yrnr niut tlio ltriiilta Thereof People who linnglno tlint tlio young men nnd women of Now York society nro stiff Hud formnl In their tnnnners would hnvo been somewhat surprised at tlio crowd of young peoplo who met together ono afternoon to piny badminton In a queer llttlo Fourth avenue building It didnt take a very shrowd observer to discover that badminton as played in New York consists of conversation to n verylargo extent Interspersed with a few cursory bits ot hit nnd mlsplny with tlio rncquets Thcro wore no chuperoncs at nil nt this game nnd it amounted to n merry sort of a frolic for two hours In tlio middle ot tho dny It was amusing to listen to tho talk for the English accent which Is affected so laboriously by somo ot the Boclety people was picked up and dropped precisely as fancy ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 October 1886

i r I i I if El iUP fr k hfiwatacwfatti hi PLAYING BADMINTON A TWO HOJRS FROLIC FOR NEW YORKS SOCIETY YOUNG FOLKS Arrlrnl of the UlcucstHwolI of tlio Dun silo Aflor nil ISlnbornte Cniirne of Thought Sixty Thtinsnnil u Ycnr nutl i llio ltesiilta Thormf People wlio lnmglno tlmt tlio young men and women of Now York society tiro still mul formal In tholr manners would have been somewhat surprised at tlio crowd of young pcoplo who met together ono nftornoon to play badminton In a queer little Fourth avenue building It didnt take a very shrowd obsorvcr to discover that badminton as played In Now York consists of conversation to a very largo extent Interspersed with n fow cursory bits of hit nnd rclsplay with tho racquets Tlicro wore no chnperones at nil at this gamo nnd it amounted to a merry sort of a frolic for two hours In tho middle of tho day It was amusing to listen to the talk for tho English accent which Is affected so laboriously by soino of tho aocloty people was picked up nnd 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. — 14 October 1886

r VOL I N 5cicrtl Sijiwriiscmcnto u Tlio THrcn Cliunct of Ilngm a nmuls nro divided Into tlireo classics flngored or BBlrltuul stiunro lln IIolntud or Intellectual nnd lint or shovel- Srlruw Is clmrnctorlstlo of tlio iiuoplo of I southern Europe but more espcclnlly of I Orientals The second Is tlio hand of t tcllcct 01 praciicni gins 01 mo powor 10 nccompllsh buccoss In llfo In this tlio thumb lmll Is frequently lnrce Tho third f class l tho hand ot work hard manual toll with lituo dcsuics 1110 mens or work food and rest to nnliuato Its owner Tho V joints nro knobby and ovlnco a slowness of 1 uotli UlOugiiT nnu iuuuuii iiuur vjcenn Intcrvlower A Cue if Viinilljr Irltts The old time Virginians were a proud 1 set There onco lived in Henrico county n I Sir Patrick CoutU who was n regular uloou Borne uismnco irom nun iivou i another blood ono Col Wlllmra Byrd H chanced mat uotn fell sick land dally expected death Col I Byrd dispatched an outrider to Sir IlatriCK Wltu nio inusiiinu nut g...

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 October 1886

VOL I W r jno a nruii - KiifcwN llmuls two dlviilcu Into tlvrpo classes Ipolntcd Angered or spiritual tsqtmro flu- If crcd or Intellectual find lint or elinpcd IltlKurcu ui iiiuumi clans Is clinrnct eristic or mo pcopio or Boutliorn Enrope but moro especially of Orientals tub scconu is wiu mum 01 in tellect ot practical kiiib or tno powor to Accomplish success In life In this tlio tliuini I B irequoniiy mi Re ino uuru rinsa la the iiiuui ot wont nam niiunmi toll with little besides tlio Ideas of work ood uud rest to animate us owner Tlio Joints nro knobby nnd ovinco a slowness ot both thought ana motion intor Ocean Ilntcrvlowcr A Caso of luinlly lrlile Tlio old time Virginians were u proud pt There onco lived in Henrico county a Blr Patrick Coutts who was a regular Pblood Some dlstanco from him lived mother blood ono Uol William Uyril It chanced that uotn tell sick iind dally expected death Col 3yrd dispatched an outrider to Sir Patrick with the message Do not go eforo I cot ready 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. — 14 October 1886

r TraMMBatuyCTBK n pSasrr THE DAILY HERALD IS PUUUSIIW EVERY MORNING V EXCEPT SUNDAYS Kofi the Pkomiktoii iitiik Ir1iiiihiiinoCo Limited At tho Office No CD Mnrolumt SI r TKRHH Of SOllSCltTITIOX Per annum 600 Six montns 3 Hire months 150 Ier month jocts Postage additional 1 i XW SibfcrlplloHii Variable In Aitvaur Ilrief communications from nil parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as well as bus nrM communications and advertisements should lie addressed to THE DAUV HKRALU THURSDAY OCTOBER M Ni 1886 MORE SHUFFLING It is painful to sec the shuffling of the Premier to evade the responsibility for the incomparable Financial muddle into which his administration has thrown the country In his speech on the proposed amendment to the loan bill delivered on Tuesday Mr Gibson in effect declared that the Government had no policy at all with regard to bor rowing It was entirely for the House to say whether the loan act solemnly passed and approved sh...

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 October 1886

h Mr Levey sells and stationery at tffi THE DAILY HERALD Will bo for huIo TJnllv lit Uio liol lowlna TIuoohi T 0 THRUM Fort street I M OAT Jr Co Merchant street I RYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Stieet jrrlon O CojiIh THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 1886 LOCAJNEAVS Hcle mahhini 1 1 i 1 The latest out the haole Ministry The Cabinet time Inst night makers worked over- Beginning of the Hawaiian Know noting period Mechanic Engine Company is sum moned to drill to nijht type writers books his cash sale to- day A large horseback party went on a moonlight ride to Diamond Head last night Wildcrs Steamship Company has a dividend of three dollars per share pay able to morrow m 1 - A Chinaman arrested for obstructing the streets was the solitary tenant of the cells last night In a midnight foot race last night between a press man and a shipping man the backers of the press man were left Princess Likehkc and Hon A S Cleghorn give a luau to the Legislature on Saturday in honor of the eleventh birthday of their daugh...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 October 1886

l 4- kfy TIM FIGHT WITH STONES A FEDERAL SOLDIERS STORY OF THE SECOND BATTLE OF MANASSAS The Uimiiuccssfiii Clmrgo un Ilia Con fcitcrnto Vurccfi nt tlio llrsllrnnil Km lmnUinmit Tlin ljifcrnrtl KcrIoih Urokcm Looms An Interview Suiltlonly tho cnnnonndlnR over our licncts from tho Union guns council and wo wero ordered to movo on nt doublo quick Hounding over tho fonco Into tho clcnr ground we woro halted ngnln for tho lino to Rot straightened nnd for tho first tlmo I discovered tha object of our attack and laiiKhcd outright nt what seemed n comical sight At a dlstnnco of thirty or forty rods from mo was a railroad grade perhaps a dozon feet high on our sldo at tho highest point and at tho top of that grado was an Incessant kaleidoscopic pop ping up of slouch hats and muskots tho latter of which wero nlf successively with drawn as fast as discharged It did not seem possible that any of us could bo hit by such tiring ns that and altogether looked ridiculous My first per ception of Its...

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 October 1886

I J tOL I W DRUMS ARE MANUFACTURED IV Old - ITniOiloiicil AVoorion - ltnrrttlcil Drt Tim Modern Kind Mndo of Tin lio old fiishtoncd drum with wooden rrcl which wits formerly tho only kind tho market 1b being rapidly supplanted tho neater and lighter model with a tin rrel For tho mauitfacturo of tho latter t of various colors Is employed bhlo and predominating thoucth tho lamer Kiitlty of tin drums aro inado of a hraus lltatlon This tin comes In shoots of two b 14x20 lnchos and 20x23 the Rheots Idr packed In cases holding 112 Tho ets aro llrst scut to a knlfo which cuts m into various louitths from which urns of sizes varying from 04 Inches ross tho hoad to thirteen Inches aro ftdo This dono tho strips uro each Unchod with n hole thou secured and ghtoncd togothor Hoops aro placed on lnsldo rims and tho barrel Is then ady to rccelvo tho sounding skin Tills gonorally a sheepskin which Is etched tightly across tho head abovo Nd bolow and fastened from tho outsldo hoops Tlicso skins aro ...

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 October 1886

If fc w m k a i i I i THE DAILY HERALD ISlUIIMSIiHD EVERY MOKNING EXCEPV 3UNDAYS For mit Prohiiftor kvtmr Prbm Iuhi isiiikoCo LIMITED At tho OHlor No a MfHciliimt St Tiatirs or snjtsaiTiTiox Per annum 600 Six montnt 300 lhre month 150 Per month 50CM Postage nJJiiional W nubffrlpHonn lajintir tn Aitrnurr Ilrief communication from all part of the Kingdom will always be ncceptallc All matter Intended for publication a w ell a hmi new communications and ndterthements noulil lie addressed lo THE DAILY HKRAII FRIDAY OCTOBER 15 1S86 WHAT SHALL THEY DO WITH IT Some sympathy has manifested itself for Messrs Creighton and Dare but the sympathy will be augmented when it is learned that their uniforms to have been worn on state occasions have been ordered from a London England tailor at a cost of 500 They are now in transit and the cx Ministers are doubtless very much puzzled what to do with them Verily they have an elephant on their hands As an Hawaiian Ministers term of office is of such unce...

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