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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 8 November 1886

VOL I TVnltor Girls ami Their Enrnlngf To malco ft goat waiter until tho proprie tor of a restnnrniit In which tho waiters nro nil women a girl must bo clean patient pas sably goal looking anil not too high toned Bho must dress neatly and bo quick and bright Wo employ nbout a dozen girls horo Thoy earn H a week and work about eight hours a day If a girl la a favorite with tho customers sho picks up a good deal In fees I havo frequently soon a girl hero ukalcn twenty ten cent pieces out of her pocket nt tho end of a day Bonio of tho girls who havo been horo a long tlmo havo their regular customers who nro dissatisfied If any ono olso walta upon them Bonio of tho girls nro nwny on their vacation now nnd yesterday two old gentle men who havo leen dining hero for a year woro compelled to lot n straugo girl wait upon thorn Thoy found fault with everything nnd when thoy went out thoy in quired whon their girl would Iro back saying they would dlno somewhere olso In tho meantime Tho girl 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 November 1886

M tf f vlt iixTvyrywrv v THE DAILY HERALD EVERY is runusiii u MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FoRTimllKoritiicTuN by tiik InkuPuhiimiiniiCo IIMITBU At Iho Ottloe No SiO Merolmnt 81 itsima or sviiscnwriON Feranniimiifii 600 Sl montm 1 300 Thre months 15 Per month soct rottageadditional t3T Subirrljtloni Payable in Ailrnucf HrieT communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always ue acceptable AH flutters intended for publication at well as nrss communications aim auveriKemems snoum ic a Uretsed to THE PAUY HFRAID MONDAY NOVEMBR 8 1886 WHERE IS THE ADVERTISER For some time past the Pacific Com mercial Advertiser has been discussing public affairs in a ycry uncertain vacil lating and somewhat unique style Whether that paper professes to be an exponent or an educator of public opinion its position in relation to mat ters of public interest ought at least to be clearly defined While holding the attitude of a rampant apologist of every act of the Kings Ministers and of the Legislature of whi...

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 November 1886

lui j ny THE DAILY HERALD Will 13 for milo T3nllv iitlho liol IowJhk 31uoh THRUM Fort street T o I II SOIIK Merchant street SODA WOUKS Hotel Street ifloo O ContM MONDAY NOVEMBR 8 188O LOCALJSEWS Heavy rains arc repotted on Mulukni Ml issSaSHS A letter received by the Kinau from laatiilo Hawaii stys there lias been very little rain there during the pist few weeks gagement and event outside of peoples homes I - The Knluilui correspondent of the HriiAto reports that a good soaking rain fell on November th nearly all over the island of Maui Three moonlight concerts will be given wrathcr permitting by the Royal Hawaiian Band this wuck to night Tuesday and Thursday nights Deputy Marshal Dayton who was nctoffOahu for many years is enjoy ing his present visit t Hawaii very much although he is not on a holiday Messrs Macfailane arc going to have improvements made at the Long Branch baths Waikiki in connection with the change of management There were seven arrests for drunk enness one fur lar...

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 November 1886

fe m k LIFE IN GERMANY PEOPLE WHO DELIGHT IN AN OUT- OF DOOR3 EXI8TENCE A Innrt of Much Military Dlfplnjr Maid Scrrnnta How tlio Blotfsero Manngo to ICccp Their Family Soorets Idfo Within tlio VluU Tho ground horo Booms fabulous In vnluo yot ovorywhore ono comes unox poctcilly upon Inclosed spncos plnntod with shade trees and mmlo delightfully nttnctlyo by scnttorod hints of foroit bo elusion with rustlo benches plnshtiu fonntnlns nnd tho olor if flowers Here In tlio morning tho inotNsr sits with the llttlo ones looking up from knitting or embroidery to watch thom at play tht nurso at hand to do tholr bidding Oi loavlnir each momber of tho party bowc courteously to tho strangor sitting near by and tho youngest ohlld stops to make n demuro courtesy whloh recalls the gravo fashion of tho minuet Thus early In life is she impressed with tho Impor tance of social decorum Even thostrango bubo In the nursos arms extends tlio hand as wo pass each other on tho stair way Everywhere tho childr...

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 November 1886

i in VOL I SZSr VARIOUS NEW YORK CLUB9 Queer Oiutronomlo Orgnnlzntlons That Moot Onoo In a Wlillo for a ITonst Tho Corn club I boo by tho pnpors lms cntcn Its nnnunl dlnnor at tho Astor houso Tho Simll club ato Its monthly dlnnor tho othor day and I holped It Wo had a good dlnnor though tho bill of fnro wa not limited to tho one comostlhlo as In tho caso of tha corn club Wo had moat and voKotnblos bosldcs annll soup and snail a In Ilordolnlso whloh moans baked in tholr sholls with the doors dosed with n savory cruStof bread orumb3horb3 and onion stowed snails snails on toast snails simply boiled and possibly halt a dozon more forms of proparatlon All I could over taste of a snail was tho bran It Is fattenod oh and tho Havorlng usod In pre paring It nnd altogothor I havo found It an Insipid dish But tho Snail club whoso members aro half a dozon Fronchmon from the south or France swoara by It ns tho gamo of tho clubs country and holds n solomn conclavo onco a month tho year round for ...

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 November 1886

I mz THE DAILY HERALD is iumisiiD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FokniBjIitorittBTuR av tug 1uesi IibluhingCo Limited AI tho No so Atwrulmnt St Tisiiiis ov sviiscjirrrjox Per annum 600 Six montns 300 Thre monthi - 150 Itr month 50MS Postageadditional S3 Subscription Vaynble in Advance Tlrief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended Tor publication as well as busi ness communications and advertisements should Le addressed to THE DAILY JIXRALD TUESDAY NOVEMBR 9l 1886 Tho Montlilion The Friend for November has about four pages of general cditoiial treating of various themes including the usual rub to the Advertiser Rev Dr Hyde contributes more than a page sketching the life and labors of the missionary Rev Lorenzo Lyons The regular editors get up the Hawaiian Boards page owing to RevA O Forbes3 con tinued illness News from Micro nesia a report of the Womans Board meeting and a selected article on The Chinese Mission in New Zealand consti...

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 November 1886

HE DAILY lllJRALD 111 10 f1 tvl0 illlv lt ll lowiua j iuuiM JTHUOM it sorrK Fort street Merchant itrcet Hotel Sticet IRVSTAL SODA WORKS Xrloo 5 ContH rUESDAV NOVEMJVR 9 1886 LOOALJNEWS The new officers of the Wnilice Lgnr Company arc advertised in this sue 1 m Tlie Kinaus usual trip will be omit- fcd next Week while the Ldkellkes ailing day will be Wednesday the 17th lrnnk Davis was recaptured ay afternoon by officer Win Tell un er a house on uic rving sireci puuis The Ball of Twine Society what- IvC r it is has already had the ciicct ot fcroducing ruptures of old friendships - I Invitations not up in the Inchest Itvle of nrinting have been issued for Sie royal ball on the 19th and luau on lie 23rd inst Miss Katie Wilhelm of Ililo late tachcr of the Honolii school died ecently of brain fever nt her brothers Boinc in San Francisco Two parties of sportsmen that rosscd the Iah to Koojuu Saturday afternoon made large bugs of duck Ind plover Prof Yarndley desires the attendance Fort stre...

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 November 1886

w PICTORIAL METHODS EXTENT TO WHICH THEY ORE AP PLIED IN COMMERCE A flrent Extension of Illustriitlve Art Now lrocossea la Vo Dopnrture In Wood Kngrnvlng Tho Killing Mnclilno lleautlfitl VTork Done Tho oxtrnonllnnry extent to which va rious ptctorlnl methods havo boon ap plied artistically for commercial purposes is a marked foature ot the rocont devel opment of tho industrial arts In this coun ty try In nearly all departments of ad vertising by pnpor and Ink a uogree of tasto Is required to day which a low years ago would havo boon considered ridiculously oxtravagant To n class ot work which formerly would havo beon considered satisfactorily executed with the meanest kind of paper and tho rudest typography an amount of caro tasto and expenditure is1 often devoted which would bo worthy tho finest magaztno work Somo of tho commercial catalogues got ten out aro so beautifully dono that they are eagerly sought by collectors thero ure great manufacturing concerns which even spend from 0...

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. — 10 November 1886

VOL I f Death on tha Isthmus Thore aro gruosomo sights some times In tills capital city of M do Lossops socond repobllo Bitting on your vornnda lato at night you soo tho door of tho llttla adobo houso across tho wny opon Tho woman of tho house who lodgos two or throo ca nal employes poors cnutlouBly out Into tho a treat ro ontora tho houso nnd when bio comes out again drags BomothlnKjuvcr thothroshold across tha narrow sldo walk and loaves It lying In tho dirty street When she closes tho door again thoro Is no iiolso but tha plnsh of tho tldo on the ulinlo Boon It grows lighter A buzzard drops lazily down from tho roof of the cathedral and porches on tho Bomothtng in tho strcot Tho outllna bocomo inoro distinct You walk down drlvoaway tho bird who illos sullenly back to his watch town and stand looking In tho quick dawn of tho tropics at what was yesterday a man a week boforo a strong man a month boforo a hopoful man sailing out of Havre Ha is doad of tho yellow fovcr Tho woman with...

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. — 10 November 1886

IK r tewwuyiuMill O ifc - pflBWNffrWjwwWiiWWWiTWirtHiiWTMw r THE DAILY HERALD is rUousiD EVERY MORN IN G EXCEPT SUNDAYS For TNttoorniKTOR dv ths Imh IublUhinciLo Limited AIlHloOIUdoNo CQMnrolnmt St TiutMs Of svmaiiivrioN Ferannum 600 Six montns A 300 litre months iSo Permonlhl 1 Joels FostAe additional t3T Subscription JainblfZ1 Aitnture Jlrief communicitbtn from all parti ofthe KingJom will always be acceptable All matters intended for publication ai well ai busl n confiriunlcatlont and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HURALD WEDNESDAYNOVEMBR 10 1886 GRATIFYING SUCCESS When the HfaRALD started a little over two months ago it found early occasion to take issue pretty warmly with its morning contemporary The latter in defense was obliged to re sort to an extravagance of misrepre sentation notably in that treasury de posit business which threatened to bankrupt even its resources of that commodity Since then the Herald has had to trot the Advertiser out on sundry occasio...

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. — 10 November 1886

i iU THE MTCrirERALD tVlll bo Hji1 Hiilu Dully it Mia 1V1 lowluK IMuooh THRUM Fort street j j I l S0PER i Merchant street RVSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Steet lJrlao t ContH I WEUNESDAYNOVEMUR to 1886 LOCAL NEWS The moonbeams Were Wet last riighl Mr Lyons holds a special credit sale at ten this Morning - Remember the sale of Mr Oats furniture at ten this morning if it i Mr Opfergclts span of mares wete bought by James Morgan for 500 Since the band boys have had their holiday their music sounds better Hot Coffee was served at the tub una on Merchant street yesterday - Rev Geo Wallace conducts services at St Andrews Cathedral this evening 1 iiinii m m The sixteen policemen to appear in Jubilee parades will wear gilt spiked white helmets 1 an m This evenings subject at Fort street Church is A Study of Christian Love 1 Cor 13 The auction bell rings every evening now for the clearing out of the Tem ple of Fashion Judge Fsrnanders Hawaii tables of contents arc to be had at Mr Thrums as well as 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. — 10 November 1886

II KWi 1 9C MKXICOSWUtSTItliNGTU ABLE TO KEEP A FOilCE OF 260 000 MEN IN THE FIELD The Tuali of Whipping Our Neighbor Ho publlo a Much DIoro Dlflloultjr Ono Th mi loople Appenr to Supposo llovr Her Army Is Organlietl Should tho United Stntcs bo compelled to -whip Mexloo Into complanco with lior International obligations wo would And tho task a much moro dlfllcult ono than peoplo nppear to suppose Somo of our military mon nnd others who may bo looked upon as loaders of publics opinion scorn tho Idea that tho Blstor ropubllc could olTor any conBldorablo reslstnnco to an American armed force and In support of tholr opinions thoy aro fond of repeat ing tho fact that Gon Scott captured tho City of Moxlco with a field f orco of about 12000 mon Peoplo who Jhlnk that such an undortnklng could bo successfully at tempted now aro qulto astray In tholr calculations When tho Amor lean army occupied Mexico It had only to donl with tho thor oughly unpopular corrupt and tyranni cal Dictator Genoral...

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. — 11 November 1886

Twit MEGwffiPvx 9DK IM VOL I RsX ri 8TAn QAZINQ By tho wlilo opon window A Sweet Noino nnu i j Sat watching at rnldnlRlit fA Tho stnra in tho sky i My love whispered low As alio giwo n fond kiss Donr tlioros naught In tho sly So enchanting as this Diit Nollio still hold mo Pressed closo In hor arms And again hor lips yielded Their ravishing charms 0 swoot Nolllol I murmured In words old or now Thore is no constellation So radiant as youl Tho stars and tho pianola Wont out with tho day Though thoy noor shono so bright Not a word did thoy say Uut there camo a low murmur As I musod nil nlono Twas thy whisper O fond ono My darling my ownl J F Morton in Chicago Tribune Arclimoloclonl lTlnd In Gormnny Soino excavations lately carried out at Flonholm noar Worms havo brought to light soino most Intorestlng spcclmons of Prankish antiquity In and around tin old Romau Gothlo church Franconlni chiefs and nobles had tbolr burial places Tho new church docs not stand exactly on tho samo ground ns ...

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 November 1886

y I pi fti I 1 lie E t i 111 til i 1 R ii I i it Id e MSnBBBtw ESSEE MMMMMMMMMUUMMl THE DAILY HERALD is rutiusiiro EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS KOR THBPKOmlRTOR BV TIIK IklHI IURI ISIIINOCo IIMITKD At tho Oiloi No CO Morthimt St ruujts or svnsuiiirijux - I ltt annum 6 no Six months ri 300 Ihremontli 150 lcr month 1 sacu Portage additional tT Subtertpttun lantaiii finer llrief communications from all patts oftlie Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended fur publication as well as litisl ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HCKALD THURSDAY NOVEMIVRn 1S86 DEVEEpR OUR RESOURCES While politics cannot be altogether left to take care of themselves cs pecially during the present unsettled state of affairs at the Government building there should be no weariness on the part of those who would pro mote the increase of national indus tries Doubtless members of the press often entertain fears that they may more than satiatd their readeis with disq...

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 November 1886

T i ihsmiSTi ilimii -I WW in zi m THE DAILY HERALD Will 1o ft Hilu Dully nt Uio ITol lowlnc IIuooh THRUM Kbrt street T 0 III sOIKRi Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WOUKS Prion t Corfln in Messrs Lewis Among other large nine pounder Hotel Street THURSDAY NOVEMUR 1 1 188G Mr Lyons day credit sale continues lo- Polo is the prevailing tiine killcr Kohala Hawaii Hon opening nju Tlnrd game of the billiard tourna ment to night McClecry vs Morris mm liswn 1 una 1 The Kings boalliouse has received a new flagstaff made by Messrs Sorenson Lyle Three cases of deserting service and one drunk made up last nights police slate Mr W Wright superintendent of the Insane Asylum is seriously ill from a stroke of paralysis The Church Womens Aid Society meets at the Y M Q Ai this after noon at two oclock Independence Day is to be observed November 27th instead of 28th as the latter falls on Sunday A trotting race of horses and driys at the Park this afternoon is one of the novelties of the season Late New Yo...

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 November 1886

R J FTrv r J Ttrd fllriei 0 City tii ltWaiono of thohottost of tlioi o6oni severely hot afternoons that a reporter waiting near the earner of Twonty thtrd street and Fifth aVonuo assisted briefly and unintentionally at n meeting between two frlonds Both wero Indies of ma tronly bearing comely well dressed pre sumedly Intelligent and this Is what they Bald two feet away from him What dreadful wcathor Not so hot iw yesterday do you thlnkf It seems so to mo I Jiulgo more by Nan my dogs feel ings really than my own Oh yes poor little creature Sho must sulTor this weather She felt yesterdays boat more than any day yet Why X had nor In tho cool est room In tho house nnd thon fanned her most of the day Hero tho reporters car fortunatoly boro him away A half hour later his way took him through one of tho stroots of the hospital district In upper Lexlugton av enue It was dlsponsary day at ono of theso excellent Institutions and tho block was crowded on tho Bhady sldo of tho Btrcot with waiti...

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 November 1886

VOL I I NOBLEMEN Is BOXERS THE MANLY ART MADE A STUDY DY MANY OF THEM TI10 Mariiuli of Wntorforili Novol right with n Cftuirinn An Karls Fight with n llaA of Sweopn Knocking Thorn Down Lib Miioplns Tho late marquis of Waterford nmong numerous accomplishments excelled as a boxer and of Ills aptitude In this art ho was Justly proud Ho nover picked his men ho used to fight coal heavers dust men hodmen fellowship porters and others of that ilk nnd tbon glte thorn a Dank of England plaster and If ho evor was caught napping and met a superior bruiser great wan his superiors roward But sometimes an Insolent Jarvcy ob tained all tho thrashtn and no reward as the following anecdoto will show Tho marquis on ono occasion hailed a cab rather early in tho morning and di rected tho cabman to drlvo him to St Tames Squaro tho residence of his undo the Archbishop of Armagh When ho ar rived at his destination he handed tho cabman half a sovorolgn but cabby In the most insolent manner demanded more Al...

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 November 1886

If K wa Vr h iiMr tMMlMIWMMMM riMMrUMMMM THE DAILY HERALD is ruiiLisnci EVERY MORN IN G EXCEPT SUNDAYS FuTiia Paomii roa iv tiu IRBiliIuiLliHivclo1 Limited At tho Ortloo No CO 7Vtrohnt St 11 m TKltMS VJF itVIlSOllirTIOS ler annunit t 600 Sit montnt i 300 months 1 150 1er mutilh r sgcu Postage additloral tV Subierliittou IaiiuboJn Jilvanfr Ilrlef communications from all parts ofthe Kingdom will always be acceptable - All matters Intended for publication at well as bus net communications and advertlwments should be nddrcsed to THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBR 12 1S86 SOME POSSIBLE PRODUCTS An observation extending but a few years back will convince anybody with out statistics that there has been an enormous growth in the preserving of food condiments and table luxuries The wotk is conducted on such a large scale and is done so well that house keepers in cities where fruits in their season are cheap can better afford to buy the very same fruits prepared in the factories than they can pr...

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 November 1886

MMMMMMMMMdlM THE DAILY HERALD Will l Cnv lll Dully Hi tho Fol lowing X1uooh jrloo O ContH pttl T o WftUM t II SOPKIt Merchant II CHVSrAL SODA WORKS Hotel St jjtri irilMillfcwiyi f UiAluAHM reel Mreet pRIDAY NOVEMBR 12 1886 LOOALNEWS Mr Levey lias a cash sale at ten this morning I I The schoonr Kauikeaouli goes on the Marine Railway this morning I he bark Nellie May sailed from Sydney October x 1 ill for Honolulu This evening Prof Van Slyke gives his lecture on chemistry at Oahu Col lege The Bishops congregition have serv ices at St Andrews Cathedral this eve ning Pilot Babeocki boat capsized out side the reef yesterday after he had gone on board one of the vessels arriving Mr Gonsalves will photograph the Royal School buildinc with teachers and pupils to day Those having a practical interest in the Jubilee regatta nre directed to peruse the additions to the advertise ment since its first insertion FiVe blooded horses came by the Consnelo to YV G Irwin Co aUo 273 hogs to GJ Waller an...

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 November 1886

ISSISSS1 I V 1 U i 3 1 T lt f re K mT f Ffx tit I r v A CITY OF 8TAin8 A Nosr Tork Mnn Telia How Many He Climbed In n Iny Stairs said n young man plnlntlvoly play n very conspicuous and o decidedly unpleasant role In my dally llfo I try my hardest to regard thorn with philoso phy and to toll myself that In the process of tho suns science I will probably have done nway with them I am obliged to romembor that by that time however I shall be whore they will troublo me no more Now the young man resumed energetically lot me show you how I was troubled by stairs the other day which was by no means un exceptional day for mo I llvo on a top flat to reach which I must mount 74 steps and ascend 84 at tho elovatcd station whoro I take a down town train That makes 103 steps When I reached my destination I descended 00 stops that makcsl44 I reached my olllco where ohl for the tardiness of modern improvement I hod to ascend 83 steps that makes 227 I romalnod in my ofllco till lunch time when I de...

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