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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 November 1886

rOL I linn Trntcncnntli lliste Keen n fruit Jar Hint has a cover full of iiisolvitl Kiim trngacontli Have a brush ltli a 1 lug tlio cut oir iianule so that It nay bo hung up wliun not In urn If gcraps if iminTKet looso on tho walls a moments kork 111 put thorn on again as good us now Vlien thu liotiso Is papered nlwayn savo tliu craps or gut an extra roll It Is but thu irork of a moment to put on a fragment of aticr that has liecn torn oir and It improves Uie appeornnco of thu houw wonderfully If too DlastvrliiK i broken or a placo due out by some cnitless expressman or mover of Furniture ueioro uiu pajier is put on wet a Rxxjuful of plaster of lurls and 1111 the ulace Let It dry and then put on tho paper It will RioK uecuimuy ueiier mm will iwy for the ouule It takes lhllwlelphla Call Tho Ilnliya Until Mabys bath from his birth should bo of dally ccurrenee luo water Upfd castlle or soma ither puro soap being used Bo very careful ibout tho purity of tho latter as babys skin so tende...

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 November 1886

w t k r r f I THE DAILY HERALD is pupusitro EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS KoKTIlK lROrRlKTOR UV Til 1llltJ Pi DLKHlNrS C0M I IMITMl At tho OJlloo Ko CO Merchant St 1KUVS Ol HVUiCDIITJOX i Ptr annum T 600 Sit montnl 300 Hire months 1 150 Per month octt Postage additional tST Subscription Jaiabe hi J t ranee Hnef communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended fnr publication as uellas busi ness communication and advertiements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY NOVEMBR 13 1886 SUGAR OUTLOOK Price of To rlny Comjinrnl With TJiono or a low xears Atjo Stock on Hand Tbo Hawaiian Crop Sugar continues unusually low all over the world as compared with prices a few years ago and is becom ing a question of interest whether thero is to be any material improvement in value very soon Crushed Suirar at 6c is certainly cheap viewed in the light of recent history It is not ncces sary to go oacK many years to tind a quotation of 16c There are s...

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 November 1886

THE DAILY HERALD VVU1 1 ft Hvl DV ut the 3ol lowlnc XMuooh T 0 THRUM Fortsrret It SOIERi Merchant street CHYSTA1 SODA WORKS Hotel Street XJrloo O Coiiln SATURDAY NOVKMBR 13 1886 LOCAL NEWS A fellow charged with deserting his wife was the only one to fall into the hands of the police Inst night The Kings Own military company presented CJuartcrmaster Genernl Sam Nowlein with a handsome silver ice pitcher last evening The last mail for Hawaii until the and inst will be despatched hy the Lchua this morning closing at the Post Office at half past eight Mr Morris will give exhibitions of fancy shots all next week at the Hawaiian Hotel billiard rooms to which there will be free admission The schooner Jennie Walker is at the Fish Market having her old masts taken out to be replaced with new ones by Mesrri Sorens n Lyle Mr Brouse has accepted Captain Cluneys challenge to trot Jee Dake against the captains Benton Boy and a forfeit of 50 has been put up by each The official programme of His Ma...

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 November 1886

f l 11 t 11 LI If i li m i K ir 1 I ill M V 3 Wiy SPEAKER CARLISLE aT A Description of tlie Kentucky Stttle lnnn 1IU Ureal Mr Cnrllsla is a very closo rensoncr His btrength In congress whoa lio was on tlio lloor ns a dabator consisted In his ability to nnalyyo questions mid to raako thor oughly clear dlroot statomonts He never affected any of the arts of the rhetorician nor has he over attempted any Impns bloned style of delivery Ho rarely use Kesturos Ho Is a thoroughly courtoous if i mi and novor Indulges In personnlltle Ho thinks that arguments In boliulf of imbllc moasurea are weakened by appeals to prejudices or the us of porBonilitlM lie treats his opponents with hIiiioU tin same courtesy that ho extends to hi friends Ho Is as unllko the iiverm houthern t pe as one can well liuijtl Ho Is novor embarrassed I have n toon him In tlio most trying periods In t house loso his couiposuro In the neighborhood of six feet in liii ft Hl3 shoulders stoop iillcjlitlVi f iihvnyn dresses in ...

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 November 1886

VOL I Vi authority Orilor of Reception to lo Hold nt lolanl Palaoo Tnoadiiy Novomlior lflth 6 u in Marshal of the Klngdont anil Police Force 9 45 a m Hli Majestys Ministers Judges Supreme Court Governors Nobles Privy Council lor anil Members of the Legislature 10a m to ii a m Educational Society Division i II R H Princess 1oomatkelanl Hookuonooao Society 11 K II Princess Kalulani Educatloaal Society Division i it K II Princess IIk like N hoa Society H It II Princess Uliuokalant Mem hers of the societies are most respectfully invited to assemble at Washington Place at g a m 1115 a m Charge d Affaires of U S A tojpresent the Presidents congratulations 1 1 jo a in Diplomatic and Consular Corps is in Government officers heads of bureaus 1 p m Hooulu Lahul Society her Majesty the Queen Lahul KaumakaplliKaumakapill congregation Hooulu Lahui Malic Kamalu Fishermens Society Schools Honoluli Fire Department Puuwai Lokahl Association PooU Association 3 p m -I he lhibllc 330 p in Military no 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. — 15 November 1886

1 I i I ft ft iH JVf THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Fo th PofiToii iv Tin 1kkss PuitliiimoCo - tllMITKD At tho onion No COMorohnitt St iTKitfia of HViisoszrTioir Ptr annum m j 1 6oo Six montns 4 i 300 Hire months 4 v 5 Per month 1 jocts l Postage additional ar Xubirrliittona faimbty Ailvante - Drier communication from all pant of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended for publication as wellas business-communication and advertlwmenti should be addressed to Wlg DAILY HERALD moni5Xy novembr isS DERELICTION OF DUTY Things have come WStich a pass In this tJCtngdotp that the constitution and laws arc ignored without exciting the least public concern outside of the newspapers There are two constituencies without representatives in the Legislative Assembjy although nobody knpws what day the Legislature may have to be called to deliberate tin some grave emergency Messrs Aholo and Kau lukou resigned their seats for Lahaina and Hilo respectively...

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. — 15 November 1886

THE DAILY HEMLD Will be r JJr t o lowlne TIuooh T 0 THRUM Fortstreet f H SOPEH Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Xrloo O OontH MONDAY NOVEMDR i5 1886 LOCALNEWS Two Cliincsc were arrested yesterday for violating the Sabbath The Palace trumpeters made an un earthly noise last night ii i Romance of a Glove an interest ing storiette is on the fourth page Another lot of standard works has heen added to the Honolulu Library Illlll 1 I II I There was a run on red shirts in the stores by firemen on Saturday evening Subject at the Seventh Day Adven tist meeting this evening The 2300 days of Daniel 9 All invited Mr Hradlcys horse Redwood died on Saturday It was valued at 500 and favorably known on the track To morrow being the Kings birthday and a legal holiday the Honolulu Li hrary and Reading Room will be closed Under the law against obstructing the streets just proclaimed the Marshal has ordered the fruit sellers to leave the street corners Hard but honest The opening of the ...

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. — 15 November 1886

Ml Hi1 Eiii lmmtilffimtMnifNtiltiSiAt I have seen many fellows doing iholr spoons but 13111 Harkor aualtut tho world bar nono for going tho oxtromo pace It would hRTO mattorad Uttlolf Bill could have kopt hU courtship to himself he might bare worshipped In secret nil his days and no one have been any tho wiser But the extravagant rush into polish betrayed tho poor clerk Tho dyod hair and abstracted air combined his deep blushes whonovor tho subject of lovo was mentioned however casually tho ro mantic air that sat so 111 upon him his visits to the theaters In hopes of a chanco glimpse of his Idol tho hours he moanod about listlessly all holpod to make him a target for the Jokes of his frlonds and a fund of amusement for the office Meanwhile he was not at all unhappy Ah the Joy of Btandlng by tho aron rollings of an evontng whon oho had van ished fib in his enraptured sight and he know her to bo In the drawing room could see at rare intervals her shadow illt across the bllDdl Tholrasc...

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. — 16 November 1886

I VOL I s JUtthoritii Orilor of Roooptlon to bo Hold at Iolanl Palnoo Tuoidnyi NovomtW 10th i a in Marshal of he Kingdom nJ Police Korce 945 m lib Majesty Mlnblen Judges Supreme Court Gavernors Nobles IMvy Council lor and Member of the Legislature lo a m to tl a m Educational Society Division 9 II K II Princess Poomaikelani Hookuonoono Society II R II Princes Kaiulanlj Educational Sxiety Division t II II H Princess Llkelike Ni hoi Society H R II Princess Liluokalani Mem hen of the societies arc most respectfu ty Invited to assemble at Washington Place at 8 a in it jo a m Diplomatic and Contular Corps I m Government officers heads of bureaus I p m Ilooulu Lahul Society her Majesty the Queen Lahul KaumakapiliKaumikapili congregation Ilooulu Lahul Malie Kanulu Fishermens Society Schools Honolulu Fire Department Puuwal Lokahi Association Poola Association 3P m Tlie Public 3 30 p m Military JNO A CUMMINS Honolulu November tl 1BB6 Marshal of the Day I Seethe Phaetons nnd Cutaway Carriages...

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. — 16 November 1886

i t in A r i K HI T fc II if- I if S irh r I THE DAILY HERALD IS rUBMSIIKI EVERY MORNING a EXCEPT SUNDAYS TjaiTHEjIllOfKlETOR lTIU VHii PUOUSHINOCo IIMITBD At tho OniooNoCO Moroliunt St U1A 1 ii TEH31H Of HVHSVJlirTIOX Per annumnV v 600 Six montns 1 300 Thre inonthi i5 Per month 4 jocts Iottagtjulditional tar SubierlpltontZ1aUflln Advance Ilritf communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always b acceptable All matters intended for publication at weltas bust ns communication and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY NOVEMBR 16 1886 THE KINGS JUBILEE Hoping that King David Kalakaua today fifty years old may henceforth reign m wisdom and peace with his people and countrys welfare ever at heart spurning from the throne all evil counsellors who would for selfish ends wreck his Kingdom and ruin hirr sclf and his race the Herald joins with the loyal Hawaiian people in tend ering His Majesty a hearty aloha and wishing him decade on decade of bodily and menta...

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. — 16 November 1886

mrnytfM THE DAILY HERALD VVlU 1o I Drjlly nt the 1 o THlUMYr Fort street I SOPKR Merchant tlreet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Xrloo B ContM TUESDAY NOVEMBR 16 1886 LOOALNEWS King Knlakntia is fifty years old to day The Palace is beautifully decoaatcd for the jubilee festivities The Registrar is going to have ac counts due his bureau collected monthly Kulikuli is what the initiated say when asked about the new secret soci ety Jubilations in song and dance began early and continued all night at the Palace Electric lights were glowing round the Palace last night and the gasoline lamps looked sick Mr Antone Rosa has been ap pointed Attorney General in place of jur jamuKou resigned The crew of the German bark Pacific will enter a ships boat in the regatta of to morrow - 1 1 Mr William Auld has been appointed Superintendent of the Insane Asylum in the place of the late W li Wright Majors A B Hayley and W H Cornwell have been made Knights Commander of the Royal Order of Ka piolani It is...

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. — 16 November 1886

c E J mmmmm T9S s niUiiiiiiihiiiftnaMawaiMiiMiiiniri THE MERMAID It was years und yours nno nud In Gcr ninny whore especially nt that day a mighty lino was drawn between tlto rich and the poor that In a certain vlllngo be sldo the Rhino lived two who mndo the old old story new for thomsolves and al most believed as lovers will that thoy wore the first who had ever loved each other Gretchen and Cart both peasant children nnd both as poor In everything but youth nnd health nnd beauty as any twain could bo But for nil this thoy would willingly have united tholr fortunes or their lack of fortunes but for tho wlsa old folk who know so much mora ubout tho world than young ones can Tho old folk sot thomsolves to oppose the match stoutly on tho ground that Carl would never enrn tho salt to his por rldgo nnd that Gretchen being vory pretty might niako a hotter match In deed the baron whose ca3tlo stood not far off and Clio was not so old as he might have been nnd Was certainly Tolling In gol...

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. — 18 November 1886

VOL I U Sctutal bbcvtincmcnto P TOWN CENTRAL STATIONERY STORE 106 KOKT sniitur uuiswrit s nioci ARRIrCl A MILL ASSORTUKNT U Flno uuil Oommoroinl Stnttouory 10NS1STINU IN rAICTior - Note Letter PostCap Legal Kill Paper Col J Steel and Quit Pens Writing an J Copying and Colored Inks PENCILS MUOILACKJ Papeterles Visiting Cards Cap Lcller Note and Memo Tablets aiidtllocU in Manila and fine paper Inkstands Ruler Envelopes al sixes paper and clotli lined STOAKES AUTOMATIC SIIAOINO PENS Time Trial llalance -and log II00L4 LETTER PRESSES Paw Memo Time Order Receipts Exercise and -Letter Hooks Copying Urushes Rubber Copying Slieets lllaiik Hooks In Various Sire and Styles of IlinJIng Tracing Cloth and Paper lilt a wino VI PER Photograph Frames and Passepartouts Autograph and Photo Albums Scrap Hooks Inlaid Work Doxes and Wriling Desks Artotypes framed and unfrained Celluloid Sets of Comb llrtish and Mirror Indies Hand Hags Reticules Ilaskets Sliawl I raps bchool Uags A Fine Variety of Prangs...

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. — 18 November 1886

l sSsm is i uuliignnn EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Fjkihi FKoritiPTOR by tub lmtsPuBiisiiiNoCo Limited At the OHloo Noi SJO Merchant St TIC It MS OV UVltsailTPTlOX Pr annum 6 do Six montns 300 I lire months 1 150 Per msnih jocti Postagcadditlonat Subtertpllotis laiimbein Jtlvanet nrief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as well as busi ng communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HKRALD THURSDAY NOVEMBR 18 1S86 LAW AND ORDER If anarchists want to see how their theory of no law would result in prac tice they can get nn imperfect yet in structive cxhilMmn nhere law exists liut is not enforced This there is rr i to fc ar is something furnished ii i rim nuai ditticts of these isl Ands The pict re is not a pleasant one which the news from outside of Honolulu present1 A correspondent of the Gazette in Kohala Hawaii gives a startling category in a few short paragraphs of outrage incendiarism a...

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. — 18 November 1886

tAKI iau MataMMsttVisUMaMtilM THE DAILY HERALD Will bo Ai piaio Tully nt tlio irl lowlliK Xlnoos 1 0 THRUM tortitreel f It SOIEH Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Jiloo 5 CmitH THURSDAY NOVEMBR 18 1886 L00ALNBWS The lion member for Lahaina Mr Kalua was on the flagship yesterday I 111 Y M C A meeting 1225 today lroin Loss to Gain Mark io 12 30 Mr Jeremiah Simonson has made a donation of hooks to the Library Association The Y M C A monthly busi ness meeting will be held at 730 this evening in the parlor Mr Lyons holds a cash sale to day of merchandise plants and ferns buggy horses etc Many familiar names appear in the Zealandias passenger list in fact too numerous to single out Welcome all Mr H Hart had the Elite ice cream parlors splendidly illuminated outside with colored lanterns during the torchlight procession G0V1RH Baker and all the Govern ment officials of Maui attending the festivities dined together at the Hawa iian Hotel at two oclock yesterday af ternoon A go...

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. — 18 November 1886

A LOVERS QUARREL My harp Is all out of tuno tho piano la discordant the cuimrlcs plpo u shrill treble Instead of their usual soft notes nnd It rains und And wlmt child srild tho plonsant voice of Aunt Mary Dentnnn as she criti cally examined the countunnnco of hor nlcco vAnd I wish I was dead or had novor been born or something I scarcely know whnt und Mnggio Merediths boautlfut lips wero pouted and n strange cloud of Bullonnoss arid dissatisfaction liungpor teutouBly over tho fresh young face I dlsllko very much Magglo said nuntle to hear such romarks as those you hnvo Just uttered from any lips much moro my dear from yours Llfo Is not all sunshine nnd sweetness but It remains with us a Moil loving God fenrlng indi viduals to be content with tho part as signed us nnd llvo It out patiently and unflinchingly Oh yes Mints all vory nlco to talk about but supposo ono wasnt given any patlonco to start with t Does n body pos sess a ltftlo root or slip of nnythlng why ono can cultlvnto It ...

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. — 19 November 1886

VOL I u Seneral bbtrtwcmcnts P TOWN CENTRAL STATIONERY STORE 106 KORTS1RKBT UllEYVKIlS II10CK AMIES A KULL A140RTUKNT U Fluo nud Ooinmorolal Stationery lonshtini in rA ir or Note Utter rostCap Legal Rill Piper Gold Steel and Qull Vent Writing and Copying and Colored Ink PENCILS MUCILAGE Papeleries Visiting Cards Cap Letter Note and Memo Tablets and Blocks In Manila and fine paper lnktands Kulers Enveloiei al sires paper and cloth lined STOAKES AMOMATIC SHADING PENS Time tf Trial Halanct and Log Books LETTER PRESSES Paw Memo Time Order Receipts Katrcise and Letter Books Copying Brushes Rubber Copying Sheets Blank Hooks in Various Sle and Styles of MnJiug Tracing Cloth and Pnper D 11 A W I S Q VAV Kit Photograph Frames and Passepartouts Autograph and Photo Albums Scrap Books Inlaid Work Boxes and Writing Desks Artotypes framed and unframrd Celluloid Sets of Comb Brush and Mirror Ladtes lland Bags Reticules Baskets Shawl 1 raps School Bags A Fine Variety of Prangs Birthday Curds Poetic...

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. — 19 November 1886

THE DAILY HERALD is puuusiiun EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS tORTHK PROrltltTOIt BY tub Pksss Publishino Co Limited At tht OmooNo COMJoroliunt St terms or uviiHOitirriox t i Per annum 600 SixjnpMM 3- Thre mont ha 1 t50 Per month jocti Postage additional t3T Subterlpttonalauahltin Advance Hrlef communications from all parti of thi Kingdom will always be acceptable All mattern Intended for publication a well as busi ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBR 19 188 THE ROADS The roads in some places are im proved by such a heavy wash of rain as the present one where light showers only make them abominable in the extreme A good deluge washes off the mud leaving a hard surface ex posed where the soft material is not altogether bottomless It is a foolish waste of money this continual piling up of roadways with earth that makesJ the dust nuisance in dry weather and the mud abomination in wet Much better would it be besides more econo mical ...

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. — 19 November 1886

THE DAILY HERALD i fti Hiil Dully itttho W loWllIU JluOMHj C THRUM ii i Fort street 1 mpilt Merchant atreet r RsfAl SODA WORKS Hotel Street J rloo B OimtH FPRIIAY NOVEMIVRig 1886 LOCAL NEWS A scientist in the Government Sur rey figures on two wccks 01 rain Gen W H Dimond of San Fran cisco is the guest of Mr Henry Water hotisc The electric light is to be intro duced in the Palace and the Opera House The steamer W G Hall sails for Maui and Hawaii at 9 oclock this morning 1urser Anderson of the Zcalandia has our thanks for a file of San Fran cisco papers The Waikiki road is in a bad state from the rain Last nights round trip of the bus was cancelled on that account i in Mr Millis was doing well with his ttoodenhcau but versatile family 111 Chicago at last accounts The public meeting of the W C T U to have taken place this evening is postponed until further notice No troupe having come by the Zea landia there is scope for the II Y IJ Club giving another entertainment within this fortnig...

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. — 19 November 1886

f I I THE STUDY OF ART PICTURE OF GIRL STUDENTS LIFE IN A PARIS ATELIER What Onn of Their Nttmlier ny ofThclr AVnrk A PlcaiHiit lilt of Student Lire Stintlny Afternoon Xnt Unfemlntoit Better tlinn any vronU of mlno li wlint otw of thco girl Btudonti soys herself In tomo notes which I nslvl her to inako for mo In addition to tho 6keU hes innctn by nnotlier girl nt tho wimo atelier I glvo them Jist na thoy uro For any girls coining to study nrt In lnrls to II vo ns mo do In n unlet hotel Is fnr botlei and moro economlcnl than to bonril with n French family or jienslon unless with n hMi to master tho language Nothing am le moro ftlmplo than our unlilta Wo lmvo one room nnd wo descend totnhlo dhotowhen wo rhocso not otherwise Wo cook our own breakfast over n spirit lamp nt8 n in and go straight to the atelier whero wo work till i Then dejeuner nt n crcmerle nnd w ork ngnlu tills pm Returning to our hotolwocnu lino It wollko but mora often wo boll our kettle have ten nnd nn egg nnd spend...

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