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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 21 October 1886

l I1E DAILY ilERALD 111 bo fi Htilo Dully ut tliH t lowlntr X31uuoh S OTIIKUM Portslreet It SOlKH Merchant street YSTAL SODA WOKKS Hotel Steet JPrloo D ContH 1URSDAY OCTOBER 211886 rnnAT ntcwr I a iv v----- j 1 There wns n meeting of the Cabinet iouncil yestcrdny aftei noon ht - rA bachelor merchant departing for Je Coast on Saturday will probably turn a benedict j iMr lohn A licckwith American Lnsular AgeiU at llilo is in town en iiitc 10 uic ioasi Dr MtGrew has entered a fresh suit damages neamst Messrs mrncs eCandless well borers 1 1 Mr Dare has resumed the regular dice of law with his office as form- y in Sprerkels block Mr White superintendent of the hala Railway Hawaii arrived in n by the Caibancn from Mahukona Mr S M Carter has begun the sale jjhay grain and feed in addition to 1 iiuu nuuu iu 111s jiiuli un rving ect - i Mr Gdbcrt Waller is said to have cived the brewers license intendinc start the brewery on his abattoir lot Kauhi Negotiations are nrouressinc for a Ward matc...

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 October 1886

I if IV N It r p yJffU IjftHp 1mwiyjrwvy jgjS Tlio first iorjjo hi IJaitl Nutfli It is somewhat remarkable that until 1757 a period of sixty five years from the foundation of the Hank no at tempt was made to imitate its notes in other words bank note forgery was as yet uninventcd The doubtful honor of having led the way in this particular belongs to one Richard William Vau ghan There is an clement of romance about his story In August 1757 a gentleman named Bliss residing in London advertised for a clerk Among others Vaughan then aged twenty six offered himself and was accepted He was of good address and education though he had made but an indifferent use of his advantages He had started as a linendraper in Stafford with a branch establishment in Aldersgatc street London but had failed and at the time of his engagement by Mr Bliss was an uncertificated bankrupt This however his employer was not at first made aware of and tn the mean time the young adventurer succeeded in winning the ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 22 October 1886

W SfrwJWW JKr VOL I AN ENOCH AITOEN CASE How Two North Carolina HnslmmU DIriiosoiI of Tlioir Ono Wlfo Near unto threc rjiiartcrs of a century ago all the land hereabouts belonged to a man named Shepherd a gentle man who had lived to the years of well seasoned celibacy acquiring meantime a liberal fortune for those early Caro lina days On a creek a few miles in land there lived a seafaring man known as Captain Dill and he had made a good woman his wife who bore him two children Shepherd was accus tomed to visit the Dills and a friend ship most commendable was maintained iui ysaia It 4 Captain Dill went to sea in his i schooner nnd was overtaken by a terri ble storm which dismantled his craft leaving the bulk floating hopelessly out of sig t of land with no living soul oh board but Dill I he second day he was r ghte I by a French bark takenon board and carried to Havre Some strange faqcy prompted Dill to go to Paris rather than seek passage as a sea man back- to America He remained fo...

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 October 1886

iJA f IV r r r Hi r I 2Sv39vsskbs 1 THE DAILY HERALD is lunLiSHKu liV ERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS 4k FOR TIlrlPltOrRtrTOR BV THlt PxrwItltLKMINaCu LlMITPI At Iho OnicoNo SiO Muralumt St rritMH or HVimauiiTiox Per aniitm fico t Sit montns i 3oo Thre months t50 Per month 51ts Postage additional ttT Suhaorlpttonii Vaifnhlr hi Adeancr Hrlef communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as 4vclt as busi nM communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY IIURAID FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 1886 TROUBLE The city of Honolulu has not had such a sensation in a long time as that produced yesterday when the news rap idly spread that Col Claus Spreckels h id in his office had hot words with the King and that shortly after the heated interview the Colonel had bundled up all the decorations and orders received a the hands of His Majesty at various times and sent them to the royal pal ace What incensed the Colonel to the pitch of...

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 October 1886

I THE DAILY IIEtiALD Will bo for Hitlo JDiitlv t tho f 0 THRUM hiy Forttret I J SOlKH Merchant street i irtslM bODA WORKS Hotel St cct JMloo O CojjIh BH5E2S 3 1RIDAY OCTOBER 22 1886 LOCAJ ftlJWS Mr Levey has n Cash stle to day Devotions at St Andrews Cathedral tins evening The W GJlall is due today from Hawaii and Maui 1 i 1 Capt luce of the bleu reports tin I spat buoy carried away Mr Lotiissons house lot oji Tort i street is tobe soul to morrow by Mr 1 Levey ll y Mr Grcig owner of Farmings Isle arrived in iionoium iy inc scnooncr B Jcnnie Walker r Tho fnliinHt Council tnpi n renin vm kcrday the thirdnconsccutive diy on F which lUwas in session Then is a vast heap of crude liiAc Btone on the whan beside the Hawa iian Stone Companys kiln t There would not be the slightest ob jection raised to subscribers paying up at least tneir septcmuer diies to the ItlhUAiU Mr Cartwright has made his heap of donations to the lit nolulu Library still I higher by the addition of Sparkss American Bi...

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 October 1886

j i P I n W ty ra1tWtLtift 533 At tlio TaTilo It is Impossible to estimate properly the immense influence which is exerted upon the household by the atmosphere of the family table It is true that one does not come out of a room the same person who went in the mind ever aftef retaining the impress of what affected it there what great results must be achieved from the meeting three timc a day in the dinning room from the conversation indulged in and thesenti ments habitually expressed there A neat well ordered tabla is in itself a lesson to the children I have noticed that a sensitive child almosfmvariabhj has better manners when dressed in iti best and have seen with surprise the effect producedvupon a certain small boy of my acquaintance by handsomelyf dressed ladies who are polite to him To the inviting table where there should be always something attractive however simple the meal may be most children will come preparad to behave properly At this table the mother will not take 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. — 23 October 1886

VOL I A Yoavs Snlvfttlon Army Work in London The annual report of tlic Salvation I Armys operations in London has been I issueci irom wnicn u appears mat mere are about eight thousand soldiers ex- K elusive of those in the training home working in me metropolis and it is claimed that during the year ended Anril 30th last 10000 souls were saved The work in Marylebonc has been verv E successful although the Salvationists have received very rough treatment i The report states Our lasses dresses have been torn from their bodies our i girl officers have had to lead their corps to victory witn uiack eyes and further fc on says At Komford the foes of earth and hell have united to overthrow the corps We are driven to the streets where until a lew weeks ago kicks and r cuffs were as common as Hallelujahs l among balvationists Our good old friend the big drum is a perfect auxili ary to our worn During the year K about three hundred solders entered the Clapton Training Home The bal- nnr eVirpt...

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 October 1886

M1 TA I Ni I it EKHWBilWuiBWMwwBtuuiiiiiiiiuMii MauuuBtiiwiri rnmaimwmmimmtmiimi THE DAILY HERALD is Itniiisiirn EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS VliH Till PROPRIETOR BV TltK lNEltlBlmilNOCo IIMITF1 At tli OintiB No SO StHrohnnt St T1UIMS OF SVHSC12IVTJOX Per annum 600 SI month 1 300 Thre months 150 Per month 1 ocl Hostage additional S3T Subtcrlpitowi laiullr in Jilrance tlrlcf communication from all part of the Kingdom will alwayt he acceptable All matter intended Tor publication at well at bust nest communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY OCTOBER 23 1886 NO REPUDIATION There is no occasion for a cry of repudiation injurious as that would be to the countrys credit The situa tion seems to be simply that the trea sury is run down and the Ministry takes the position that immediate set tlement of a certain open account can not be demanded under any law for the mpment available Provision has how ever been made in the Loan Act for the payment of the...

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 October 1886

llE DAILY HERALD i - rill lW lOI WIIIO XiUlV 1111111 1MH lowlitit ilnoiH THRUM Fort street If SOIKR Merchant street ySTAt SODA WORKS Motel Street Piloo G ConlH TURDAY OCTOBER 23 1886 LtALNEAyS pFlie Myrtle senior crew go out no ore lThcre is to be a race at the Yusemite bk to niiiht u rA big lot of bananas await ship- mt by to day s steamer Kflie King was on the wharf when iVViiilrnl went nllK 1 iTherc was a heavy run on the krald edition of yesterday IMr II N Grecnwell of Hawaii is he Royal Hawaiian Hotel t jThe foreign jurors have to be and hear at the Supreme Court on Mon- ItThe Mting Honolulu Planing Mills a variety of articles for are tlie Mice P liThe billiard antagonists of to night practising hard and the match will ly be a brilliant one iMf Kaunamano the author of the Hum license law left the onital for Rmakua bv the WaialeUe I - f Complaint quiet but severe is maue r filth on Alakea street that nonulous It much neglected thoroughfare lyv iMany of the Honolulu Rifles had so...

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 October 1886

f J1JIU I y w1 l ii J J Tko Los by tlio Eartlirtitntn at Clmrlcstoo The chy Auditor of Charleston S C has issued a statement as to the probable loss by the earthquake ink real estate and it is the most trustworthy yet published The assessed value of real estate in the city for the year 1855 was -16753760 and the reassessment completed August 31 1881 on a basis not exceeding 90 per cent market value was 20000000 The church and charitable property exempt from taxa tion amounted to about 6000000 more The Auditor has carefully in spected the city and believes that every house is more or less damaged He is sure the damage will fully exceed one fourth of the assessed value or in round numbers soooooo The population of Charleston is about 50000 of whom hardly 4000 are of foreign birth In 1880 all but 6140 of its inhabitants were natives of South Carolina In 1880 only seventy six women were employed in the gen eral manufacturing industries the ma jority of the 7045 working women be ing enga...

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 October 1886

VOL I Iiilornry GloauiiigY In the first batch now on its way to England of the 1200 palm leaf books I which me oyai liurary ot Man- alay consists will bo found five vol incs of a Burmese work entitled lo- iay kay containing a history f the Portuguese in mirmah It be- Igins about the year 1520 1 hackeray was improvident and his expenses nearly always exceeded his income Uis avowed purpose in com- ling to America tnc second time in 1856 was to use his own expression to lav up a pot of monev for his wo daughters and yet it shows the im pulsiveness and boyishness of the man that he returned to England in the midst of a prosperous engagemcntand with half his lecture dates unfulfilled Julian Hawthorne assails Ouicla with all the vim of a man who means what he utters Referring to her re pent article in Tha tNorlh American Review upon feiTffllflwsUffragc says iWhy not draw tlvnje at Ouida mere is nouiins in ner menially morally or physically which any man or woman can rnsnrl Thp ilirmitu nf...

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 October 1886

i JM Itf I imj THE DAILY HERALD is IUiiLismu ever morning EXCEPT SUNDAYS Fur tiir Proprietor uv Tim 1hkss PcblimiinoCu IlMlTri TKIUtS OF SVIISVIIIVTJOS Vet annum i 600 SU montn miJm I lire months r 150 Per month 50 cu Pottage additional tiST Subscription Payable In lilrmicc Hrief communications frjin alt parts of the Kingdom win always be acceptable All matters Intended for hublicatlon as uell as husi nets communications and advertisements stiould be aauressea to THE DA1IV HIKALD MONDAY OCTOBER 25 1S86 NOTES AND COMMENTS There are five candidates in the field for the Governorship of California among them the famous Dr ODonnell The four to be left may come down hereOmd compete for the gubernatorial roost on Ocean Island The Paris press is exciting the popu lace by boasting that France now pos scses the most powerful army in Europe Wonder if Honolulu would become excited over the reiteration of the fact that Hawaii has the most pow erful army in Polynesia The latest news received by t...

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 October 1886

TIE DAILY HERALD 111 1 fbr Hiilo IDnllv at tho 3tl lowlim PIiiuom OT1IRUM Fort street II SOIIH Merchant street RYS1At SODA WOUKS Hotel Street X iloo R CoiiIh foNDAY OCTOBER 25 1886 LOCAL NlSAVS At the Seventh Day Advcntist Mis ion to night the subject will be Dinicl All invited The Myrtle junior crew i9 reported have gone over the course in 10 uniitcs nncl 20 seconds a Honolulu iub man taking the time 1 The Kings junior crew in a recent ice sliowad the way to the senior and is rumored that there will be sonic ranspositions before the regatta Hon George V Macfarlane was Sally announced prior to his departure Saturday as l manual Agent ol tne lawauan oovcrnment to negotiate loan It is announced tint Hon J L Ka- jukou has resigned the office of At- nrney ucncrai anu mat tion u ihoo Minister of I tcnor exercises lie functions temporarily There were seven arrests for hness mostly of natives on Saturday resterday two cases of drunkenness rerc captured and three Chinese were allied in from...

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 October 1886

M It 1 j I I I l Printed to order by the J A Fooullnr Bonnier A well dressed and handsome lady with rich golden hair and sapphire eyes seated herself in the parlor of the Ori ental Hotel at Monterey recently and called a waiter Who prithee is manager now of this brave hostelrie she inquired of the boy who waited on her Yes maam hes down dem yerc stairs in de office Hes Mr Romeo Gillis what done dc bossin about yere Bid him then approach said the ladv for unto him I fain would speak me of the travail which my poorheart suiters ICSt 1 iau 01 mose uaurauiuuu tions in meat or sleep that lie in his ad vantage now to barter The waiter eyed her a moment and then called Mr Gillis who entered the parlor all smiles Good Romeo for so do I hear thee called sweet Romeo as I uould call thee to myself hast rooms Why yes responded Mr Gillis somewhat taken aback We have a few left what would you like Nay gentle Romeo speak not so sternly but rather tell me what thou hast Perchance I might ask what m...

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 October 1886

KVOL I w Prison Reform in Hollmul Holland has made important strides I in prison reform She has taken a pro- f minent position in tnc extension o tnc fcellular system It hasbeen observed win Holland as elsewhere that even the diligent industry of prisoners if carried t n in rnsff ciinv nsinninrinn wirit rnm - W W Will jUH J rades in crime is in great degree in sufficient to prevent many of the worst Results of corrupt communications and at the same time lacks that influence isboth penal and salutary which total separation from wicked comrades can Ifllone secure A series of well-con structed well administered cellular pri sons has uecn gradually introduced among the penal establishments Since Ihe first oi this month there will be m ase eleven of this description seven urcer and four smaller The former rill include the spacious and beauti fully situated circular prison which irom its peculiar form its huge dome fcnd its commanding position is so con spicuous an object from the vicinit...

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 October 1886

I- 1 9M THE DAILY HERALD is lumisnnn EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For the 1RormitTOR nv Tim Irksj Publishinc Co Limitpd At tlio Ottloe No SO Merchant St TJiltVS Of SVVSClirVTIOX Per annum 800 Six montns 300 Thro months i5 IVr month yak Postage 1ilJilIonil 3T Httbacrlptlonit JmuMVi Jdrttiicr llrlef communication from nil parti of the Kingdom will always b acceptable All matters jntemleil for publication as welt as busi ness communications and advertisements houldbc addressed to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 26 1S86 COLONIZATION An act of the legislature of 1884 to facilitate the acquiratnent and set tlement of homesteads gave rise to an earnest discussion in the newspapers on the prospects and advantages of increasing the small farming population of the Kingdom In that discussion there was perhaps nothing said that had not been uttered over and over again in the local press during many years previously Yet the failing of the flush times of high sugar prices made the matter a more ...

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 October 1886

iTIIE DAILY HERALD VViH bo f mia Dally tit Uio lOWlMK XltlOPH r O THKUM rorlstreet J II SOIKU Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Jiloo B ContB 1 TUESDAY OCTOBER 26 1886 LOCALNEAVS Tlie Hrilish bark Irbncraus report I appears in our shipping news The Umpire Saloon was broken into a few nights ago and 10 and sonic liquor taken A yacht is building at Kaunakakai and another nt Kamalo Molokai for the regatta Mr C Hammer was able to come down town yesterday though in n weak state from his weeks severe illness Messrs Hustacc Robertson bought the 175 bales of hay damaged by the fire in the Y G Hall for seven dollars 1 1 A wife for deserting her husband a man for felonious assault on a child under fourteen and one for drunken ness made up the slate at the Station hast nicht I t i 1 1 i i1u1iM11 native vu3 uuyguu some I tA tl jUlbliim u in ins auiiufis nunc uuill uu Uhe rail road with several companions f nn KiturdaV His iniitrios were I -- - r not scnuus Mr Geo Engclhardt has be...

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 October 1886

li FxsTisWsffSxsMsy lsVstwfrlJsssfca A Mnrlmonlnl Saggeatioiii I hear you arc going to get married said old man Digsby to an Austin youth Is there any truth in that horrible rumor Yes answered the young man Im afraid there is Picked out your life long enemy I mean the girl yet No not exactly but I am tired of leading a lonely vagabond kind of a life and I guess I can find somebody who is willing to take a chance in the matrimonial lottery Ah methinks I can see you now in my minds eye You and your mash are leaning oer a gate the night winds sigh and gentle twilight usurper of the day is being pushed aside by shades of night You sigh she sighs and her sweet face is wreathed in sunny grins Let me give you a pointer Men are scarce Now do not fling yourself away Mark your goods high and dont let price in N em jew you down on the shoit dont fling yourself away like a pork rind Instead of mak ing a husband of yourself husband your resources my boy and remember if you marry dont marry a poo...

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 October 1886

f VOL I vfVTO mie Gei man avember loth U W A FOREIGN NEWS EUROPE The Spanish Cabinet was in session five hours discussing the sentences4 of dentil imposed by the courts martial on the leaders of the recent revolt and finally decided to advise the Queen to commute the sentences A petition for the pardon of the rebels signed by 650 merchants and tradesmen is published Several officers sergeants and privates have been promoted in reward for the skill they displayed and the wounds they received in the work of suppress ing the revolt The Londen Times commenting on the success of Lord Randolph Curch hill in the new ministry says he has so far disappointed the partisan opposition which has been cargcrly watching to catch him in some indiscreet sally or untimely sarcasm It is satisfactory adds the Times to find Lord Randolph Churchills eminent capacity for politi cal affairs now displayed without levity of purpose or rtcklessness of diction Sir Michael Hicks lleach Chief Sec retary for Irel...

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 October 1886

bt Il THEEDA1LY IIIERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For THK PROPRIETOR HV TIIR IrK83 IYUUSIIINOCo Limited At the OllloNo COMerohnnt St THUMB NVUSOJUITIOX Per annum 600 Six montn 1 3od Hire month it sd Irr month 50 cU Postage additional SUT Snhnerljltuiii tnnMrlu tilemtrr Ilrief ommuntolloiw from nil parts or the Kingdom -in -1 1 -ii mil tiwijfs uc ivvciiuiic All matters Intended Tor publication in well air iuV nu communications anil ailvertUemcnti should be addressed to THE DAILY IIKKALD WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1886 THE GALLANT OPPOSITION The somewhat exciting and exceed ingly dramatic events following close upon prorogation have almost put out of view the obligation of commenting on different matters connected with the recent legislative session It would be ungrateful on the part of a journal aspiring to be an exponent of the public interests to neglect making spe cial mention of the signal services tend ered the cause of good government by the gallant minority classifi...

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