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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 October 1886

K HE DAILY IVIU bo for unto Dnilv t tho lowiiiK a miuioh 0 T1IKUM Fort street 11 SOPER Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street JPrloo fi CtmtH WEDNESDA YOCTOBER 27 1886 LOCAL NEWS The rval billiardists hnd hard prac tice at the Hotel Inst night Ll Mr C Itirtieattx shows llirrn lures of the Volcano at Williamss Rev Geo Wullace conducts services nt St Andrews uruncurai tins eve ning Hon J W Kalua came to town by the Likclikc returning home by the linau U The Minister of Finance offers half n million of the two million loan at the treasury At the Kurt btrcet services con tacted by Rev J A Cruzan this eve- lungs tneme is z inn 4 i s I IM One drunk and two assault and attcry were the entries up till two bclock this morning at the Station I A frame building two stories about 1150 feet long is going up on the lower ride of Konia street rear or King trcet n The rainy season is a success so far uuianu stream was much swollen yes terday from the downpour of the us night Another billia...

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 October 1886

Klf 1 Jw - MM f - GENERAL STEMS Cardinal Jacobin continues seriously ill There was an increase in the earn ings of tie Atchison Tonekn and Santa 16 Road for the past eight months of 70706211 The earnings fell behind those of last year but economy in operating the road shows an actual gain of 23230 Stock owners at Chicago are in a quandary regarding the disposal of their cattle now that pleuro pneumonia has fastened itself among them The Stock Commission and the stock yard people have different ideas in regard to the eradication of the disease James G Batchelder a fugitive from justice in Illinois who is charged with attempting to murder his father-in-law John P Tilden a cousin of Samuel J Tilden in December 1883 in Peru Lasalle county III was arrested on Sunday in New Hampshire Hcrr Bucher Chief Counselor of Legation n the office of the Imperial Chancellor for the past twenty years Prince Bismarcks most Useful assistant in the management of German political affairs and the author of...

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 October 1886

VOL I B THE OTHER FACE OF NlQHT I sorrowed Blcit and this my d renin I looked and saw a InrRU Hcsper r lcam Right In thu cant nhovo Itio bar Of inorolnjr mlst n morning rtnr Full lustoral tromtiloiM ho stood Throbbing on sllont strewn and wood IJchold I I cried That watcher bright Who trims tho lamp of Jealous Night Until on a rtolen errand frono To do Iho service of tho Dawn Tlion spake a voice aorcno In nlr Thou art now come nor jret an aro How tho calm liernctis of tho dead Abovo theo and around are spread Bo manclust thou that Hesper clear Doth In tho van of Dawn appear llut from thy hrow cliaso vexing thought And lie thou npl anil soothly taught The star of ovo to sorrowing men Is morning star In spirits ken Thou socst tho other faco of Night And planets Hushed with orient light I dreamed nnd w oko and did rejolco Bodncltwlth 1110 tho blessed volco Edith Thomas lu Boston Traveler THE BUCKEYEPANOHAMA BUSINESS A llnoo Whoro lllg lalntlngs nro njniiu facturod for Exhibition Illg H...

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 October 1886

1 I fll t i j i M 1 ft h fil u i it W Hf THE DAILY HERALD is ruiMHUiiD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Tor Tim pKorRiKTOR bV tmr Irksi PublhiiinoCo Limited At the OlUoe No CO Merolmnt St TKltltS OF HVllSOItriTOX Per annum r 600 Six mount 3o Thru montM 150 Per month 5ct Postage additional itar SnlmcrlpttoiiH Jiufl 11 Jifrruirr ttrief communication from nil part of the Kingdom w ill always be acceptable All msttert Intended for publication as well aa Innl new communications anu auvcruiemenn inoiuu ue addressed to THE DAILY IICKAID THURSDAY OCTOBER 28 1S86 THE HARBOR Our comparatively venerable and superlatively wise contemporaries are discussing the harbor in a manner that is at least in part rather idle What is the use of complaining about the filling in that has been done on the harbor front at thi time of day If water is needed more than land there are vast expanses of coral reef on almost every other side of tne harbor that can be dug out as easily as the portion could have been whic...

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 October 1886

Vll All -- - THE DAILY HERALD VV 1je ftr f lV nl tin 31 lowhm VIiiowh l O THRUM Fort street I II SOPIK Merchant street f RYSlAL SODA WOKKS Hotel Street IIlJO B CoiltH THURSDAY OCTOBER 28 1886 LOCAL NEWS The lepers on Molokni pay no more taxes Mr Lyons has a cash sale this morning There will be music at the Yoscmitc rink to night There arc no boarders in the Kawa iahao Female Seminary Hoodlums arc said to infest Nuuanu avenue and prey on Chinese passengers The British bark W H Watson from Liverpool may be looked for any time now The brigantine Claus Sprcckcls will probably take a mail for San Francisco to morrow The Pacific Hardware Company meets in quarterly session on Saturday at 10 oclock The fag end of the Cormatim bills provided for at the late scssionamounts to 2286772 The new crop of strawberries has already reached the sherbets at the ice cream rooms The Honolulu Rifles mucrcd well and had satisfactory drill under Capt Ashford last night Prof Yarndley particularly desires a f...

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 October 1886

1 a u Li r s t Bi A WILD FAMILY CURI0U3 DISCOVERY MADE AMONQ THE BLUE RIDGE FASTNESSES A Trtio Tnlo or tlio Mountnlnx Extracts from tlio Story of a Strango Trio In Lebanon County PnA latlietlu Incl lout Tlio Forsaken Cnbln Wo all took station nt n llttlo dlstnnco from Uio rickety structuro called tliolr home and nwaltcd developments rrosontly one of tho femalo creatures ventured shyly to tho open ing styled tlio door Tlio other timidly lcanod forward upon her hands and kneos and strotchod her head from tho sldo They looked wild and rude Indeed and as much ozclted ovor our presence as If tho steps of civilized beings had nover boforo been beard by them Tlio ono standing had oyes glisten ing black and rolling in quick restless mo tion fixed upon tho group llko two fiery coals Sho darted glances as If on tho alert for the least doubtful movement of hor visi tors Her hair of raven darkness stood on end very llko tho jumbled mass of a wheat sheaf Nover such a luxury as a comb had been us...

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 October 1886

VOL I JOHN U SULLIVANB BEQINNINQ Ilntv Ho Wns Tiilcru In 1 1 ami liy lilt Ex pert VVHIi tlio lloven III Temper Mmldon first saw Bullivnn nt a spniTinp tnntcli In Boston SulUvnn was itiucli too lienvy nml clumsy for lino work but tho look of dogged determination not to iy ferocity lil features wore ns well as IiIh Immonso musculfir dovolopmont nttracUxl Jlrulilons nttontlon nml liu rcmnrkod to nn old Iloston BjKjrUiig mini Tliero stands tho coming eunmplon of tlio world Tlio Iloston man npioircd to linvo Homo doulita on tho ques tion but did not Btrotigly dissent on account of Mnddons remitntlon 113 a judge 1 his v as In 1880 Madden decided on tho Rpotthut thcro wis much money In n partnership be tween himself nud Sullivan Ho hinted as much to tho Boston man Bullivnn took tho hint nml closed with tho oITor Ho w as qulto green as ft iuglllst at tho tlmo Ho con sidered himself wonderfully strong and know so little alxuit sclenco that ho thought strength was all ho needed to light his w...

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 October 1886

y 1 1- M 4 THE l DAILY HERALD IS lOBLISHKI EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Fox the IKorKiKrux by ma Phess Publishing Co LlKITHlJ At tho OiUoe No JJO Mniohuiit St jintiis or svmvitririoN lcrannum tx Slk months 300 Inns months 150 Ier month n socts Postage additional f inticrlitlniiit Vitfiabn hi Advance Ilrief communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication iKweltas busi ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HEkAtD FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1886 DISAPPOINTMENT The wanderer over this globe is djomed ti many disappointments when he sets foct in This so called tropical paradise of the Pacific And the disappointments are in proportion to what he has read or heard of these islands and their life before seeing and having experience of them Infornjed that the streets are lined with fruit trees he comes hoping to recuperate health on a cheap diet of fruit in per fect condition at that He meets in stead oranges ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 29 October 1886

Pif I L I HIE DAILY HERALD Will bo foFfmlo Xiillv nt tho lol lowitiK XMiiooh I J TIIUUM t II SOI1Ki Fori ttrtct Merchant strut I RYSlAL SODA WORKS Hotel Stucl Rrloo D ContH FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1886 LOCAL NEWS E P Adams Co this forenoon Iinld a cash sale There are enough lawyers in he collision case to sink a fleet ii in Mail matter marked per Glaus Spreckels will go by that vessel sailing about noon to day Two sUKarlompanies arc advertised in this paper to ineit at the officii of Messrs Schacfcr Co to day The last upright timbers of the Siilors Home were brought crashing to the ground ab jut tnree oclock yes terday afternoon in 1 Mr J E Hidwell will lead the Young Peoples Prayer and Praise Meeting at the Lyceum at half past seven oclock this evening - - i 1 1 Hon J L Kaulukou has been ap pointed Marshal of the Kingdom over again although the public have never been informed that he had resigned Friday a witness in the admiralty case sa d on cross examination that he had been out ten mo...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 29 October 1886

V MANY YEARS AGO WOMEN DIDNT WEAR WARM CLOTH ING AND OFTEN CAUGHT COLDS It Was tlio Fnalilon to flo About In Low Kecked Drcaaos mill Short Sleeves In Winter nml Most or Them Marrlfcil at Sixteen I hnvo n door old friend a Ronutne lady of tlio old school who bos u hobby It la tlio precocity of tho ptescnt ago Pray madam bow old woro you when you wore married I I asked bor ono day She bosltatcd and tbo blood row a Uttlo In bcr tlcllcato old face Just lrt kIio responded After awlillo it nil leaked out Most of tho jjlrls of bor day woro married at 10 and 17 often at 15 All of bor sisters tvero married before tboy woro 20 Tbon nftor llttlo dip lomacy sho fjavo somo particulars of tbo way tboy did It fifty years ago Hygicno was not Invented tbon oven tbonamowas not known Tbo wonder Is how any of tho children sur vived to bo women and how any of tho women survived at all Nobody but men woro flannel my old friend told mo that tbo young ladles couldnt positively couldnt Why not Uecauso thoy ...

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 October 1886

i PRESS WITCHERY I a wcct disorder in tbo drcsa f Kindles In clothes a wantonness A lawn nuow suo suuiuuum lurunu Into a flno distraction An erring Inco which hero and thoro Enthralls the crimson stomacher A cuff neglectful and thereby ltlbbands to flow confusedly A winning wave dQBorvfng note In the tempestuous petticoat A careless shoestring In whoso tlo I see n wild civility Do inoro bowltch mo than when art 1 Is too precisa in ovory part Robert Hcrricfc SOME 8TRANQE HANDS wtt IS Is uront uuui 111 tfjiuriiui3r iu Thorn If Wo Inly Know It n1q reveal hnblts occupations trades bp of tliom rises at tho thought like tbo r thrust up from a crowd In honor of a Hdnto af Ur an election sjicocli Thoro la arpentcrs with tho broad thumb and 1 of tho fraternity of Hour Ingrained lyaml white tho musicians with tho erfiil wrist nnu tuo iiiigorn uencniu sensi l and ngtlo to tho last degroo tho hand of team stress with an uonorauio iituo uic 01 ni u crater on tho forefinger that works trd of tho ...

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 October 1886

h i I I r 3SJ JK Wt- 4 THE DAILY HERALD is IUmtmiiH EVERY MORNING t r t EXCEpT sUn days 4 Fan tmiPkomirtor V Tim 1kkjs IluluminoCo At the6mocN6boMHroluuit St TRIMS OV SVJtSVHlVTIOX JPer annum 600 Six month 300 Thre monthilui WI J1 150 Pr mjnlh A - tftrtl Postage additional I l t Subucrlptlona laijabr in Advance llrlef communication from all baits of the Kinrilooi will always be acceptable All matters Intended fir miblicatlon at well as bust nM communications and advertisements should be addressed to TIE DAILY HERALD SATURPAY OCTOBER 30- 1S86 t 1 - SIDEWALKS If there is one standing disgrace to Honolulu prominent above others it is the condition of its sidewalks Their bad condition is incapable of exag geration but still really -appears in a stronger Jight from the well kept pri vate grounds that border them in many places throwing their dirty and rugged character into bolder relfef by contrast There has been legislation at the past session to provide for regulating the grade and wid...

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 October 1886

I S2 W mmmpt - iiJ Jui L HIE DAILY HERALD VVUl be Toi Hiilq ubiilly at 31iiooh r 0 THRUM rortslreet I II SOPEK RIerclnnt ilrect RYbTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Prion D ContM I SATURDAY OCTOIiER 30 1886 LOCALNEWS Mr Levey holds a cadi auction sale to day r The sailing of the Claus Spreckels for San Franclscp was postponed until to day His Majesty paid all accounts pre sented against the Privy Purse and Royal State yesterday Mr Hank Dopson while working on the Chinese club building yesterday afternoon had a scaffold fall with him bruising his leg very badly Provided Aginton is on the Alameda and that steamers stay in port is con venient the champion skater will cive an exhibition at the Yosemite rink this evening Secretary Fuller would like to meet all the members of his Bible class in the Y M C A Parlor at 945 to morrow morning Young men not otherwise engaged cordially invited - Mr V Hilder proprietor of the Central Cigar Stand was married to Mrs Nordberg by Rev J A Cruan on Thursday ...

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. — 30 October 1886

i 3 t M AT SrOTTSYIVANIA INTERESTING EXTRACTS FROM THE DIARY -OF GEN BUTTERFIELD jRYOFp i i i i ei March A Quiet In the Night A Single Shot Trom the Knemy The long Koll A Sunrlo ami a Cupture The Lofscs of One Hrlgiule Gen i W Buttorfleld had a very com plete and Interesting illnry of tho operations of a portion of Gen Hancock corps tho Second in that memorable campaign under Gen Grpirtowonl lUcbmond It is a faith ful record jvrjtten down ovory day some times nf ter n desperate battle while yet on tho bloody Held son I times aftor long and weary marches It is a record of almost ono continuous bloody battlo of ilfty one days duration tho corps being under tho enemys flro ovcry day of tho flf ty ono excepting two Following no givo extracts which aro of thrilling interest May ll Tho two armies havo been growl ing nt each other all day tho Unca being only fcoventy flvo or eighty yanl apart but con cealed In thick second growth timber I re ceived orders from Ocn Hancock to placo a klx gu...

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. — 1 November 1886

hundred feet of inch ropo The hook was about tho Bamo size as thoso you eeo In butcher stalls to hang quarters on but was barbed llko a regular flsli hook The halt UBod was three son trout weighing i about twelve ounce each A float capable ot sustaining a man In tho water was made fast so that tho hook remained about six feet bolow tho surface and whan all was ready tho gray halrod and and bronzed faced old llsherman sat down and said Now then overyhody keep quiet rWhcn a shark Is out at sea ho will scarcely movo for a boat headed full at him ZIo feels at homo and Is defiant But when a Bhark comes prowling Into a bay llko this ho Is a cat In a s trail go gar ret Ho Is looking for traps and pitfalls and Is siiBplclous and alarmed A knock 1 ot your foot against tho boat can bo heard for a long vfay undor water and will frlshtcn our cranio away Tho thrco ot us sat In the stern sheets ot tho boat which was anchored with an anchor weighing twenty four pounds and tho peak ot tho sail was ...

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. — 1 November 1886

THE DAILY HERALD is ranusiirn EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For THKjPitoritiETox bV tiik Ikk IliLISHINoCn IIMITrU At tho Ollloe No CO Morolmut St -1 1 L TKJtus of soiisourrriox rr nmim 5 no Sift rnonths 300 Dire months 150 Per month 50CU Postage additional F Subscription laijabfi In Ailrancr Jlrief communication from all part of the Kingdom will always be acceptable 1 All matters Intended for publication as well ns busi ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY MEUAID MONDAY NOVEMBER i 1S86 Tho Portuguese Pupor The Portuguese organ O Itiso IMwaiiano exhibits enterprise that ex plains its remirknble success In its last number it otters new amd special inducements very sweet ones too in the shape of a premium in ice cream to be procured for its subscribers at the well known lioneer establishment of Mr Horn It is not doubtful that the sweet tooth will work satisfactorily both for the japer and the ice cream factory and we wish Mr Marques all the success he ...

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. — 1 November 1886

the daily herald WlU 1 for nlo Unllv lit tlio Kol i lowlnu XMhoph If T 0 TIIKUM Rii it nnKKinM vh RolVbory Fort street Merchant street ir ii fCRVSIAlj SODA WORKS motel sum 1rlan O Ctml f MONDAY NOVEMBER- i 1886 LOCAL NKWS Three Chinese gamesters were caught yesterday Half n inch of rain foil at Kahului Maui on the night of October 271I1 Four blooded brood marcs were on board the Alameda en route for Syd ney A large steam engine was ilnloaded from the Alameda for the Honolulu Iron Works The S S Zealandia leaves San Fran cisco for Honolulu on the 10th hist and will be due here on the 17th Forty tons of fireworks for the Jubi Ice festivities arrived by the steamer yesterday That looks like printing the town red The W G Irwin did sail from San Francisco until the 17th October and this is therefore only her fifteenth day out The schooner Anna arrived at Kaliu lui October 27th nineteen days from San Francisco with O II Uabcock as passenger From the quantity of freight brought by the Alame...

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. — 1 November 1886

fri i Bin IH -T II in THE DAILY HERALD EVERY is runusnri M0RN1NG EXCEPT SUNDAYS FoH THKPROMIIBTOR H1 TIlK IKkM PllLISHINOCO ImiTPU AI the Otlloe No SO Morcilumt St Adi TKJtvs or sunsaitivrtos Per annum 6no ai months 3 1 hrc months 150 i cr mom ii jocts Portage ailjitionat X3T SubtcrljitloiM 1atnbe III Aileancr Ilrief communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended for publication as well as bus ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBER i 1886 Tko Portuguese Paper The Portuguese organ O Luso Ifawaiiano exhibits enterprise that ex plains its remirknble success In its last number it offers new amd special inducements very sweet ones too in the shape of a premium in ice cream to be procured for its subscribers at the well known lioneer establishment of Mr Horn It is not doubtful that the sweet tooth will work satisfactorily both for the paper and the ice cream factory and we wish Mr Marques a...

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. — 1 November 1886

THE DAILY HERALD IIJWIIII - J r 0 TIIKUM it it cninii Fort street Merchaht street fcilVSlAL SODA WORKS illotct Street liloo D OOlltH MONDAY NOVEMBER- i 1886 LOCAL NEWS Ihrcc Chinese gamesters were caught s yesterday V trtr Jin inch nf rain full it Kahului Maui on the night of October 27th Four blooded brood marcs were on B hoard the Alameda en route lor ney r A large steam engine was unloaded from the Aiamcuu lor me iionunini Iron Works The S S Zealandia leaves San Fran cisco for Honolulu on the 10th inst and will be due here on the 17th Forty tons of fireworks for the Jubi Ice festivities arrived by the steamer yesterday That looks like Minting the town red The W G Irwin didnot sail from San Francisco until the 17th October and this is therefore only her fifteenth day out The schooner Anna arrived at Kaliu lui October 27th nineteen days from San Francisco with O II Hnbcock as passenger From the quantity of freight brought by the Alameda there will be some lively shaking out of holi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 November 1886

fc MUiMMiMni WOMAN AND HOME UNG LADIES WRAPPED UP IN THEMSELVES AND THE WORLD mining Children nt the Talilo IVnltor lllrla lloniitlfyliiK the Shin looil mid Tenipurnmont ltopontlni nt Leisure Various Household Hints Tho newspaper wit alms his shafts of humor at no object with such keen plensuro and do liglit as whon he directs them at tho modern young woman her caprices and tendencies And it must ho acknowledged that ho does so not without cause- In many Instances Wlillo there aro thousands of young women who represont what Is best and highest In young womanhood whoso purposes In llfo extend boyond tho frivolities of dro6s and outward adornments thero Is on tho othor hand a largo percentago that look upon llfo as a Joko thats Just begun to borrow an expres sion from a popular opera Those young women llvo under tho delusion that social distinction beauty of person and richness of apparel mako tho woman Thoy nro slaves to custom and fashion and rovel In external attractions They accep...

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