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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 November 1886

VOL I T PENCILS MUCILAGE W v Eeutral uctiietmtttts TOWN CENTRAL UP STATIONERY STORE 106 FORTSTRKET BREWERS BLOCK AXItlEt A FULL ASSOKTMKNT U Flue aud Oommoroinl Statlouory LONSISTINU m rAHT Of Note Letter PostCap Legal Bill Paper Gold Steel aud tjuil Pens Writing and Copying and Colored Inks Papeteries Visiting Card Cap Letter Note and Memo Tablet and1 Blocks in Manila and fine paper Inktands Rulers Envelopes al le paper and cloth lined STOAKES AUTOMATIC SIIAUINO PENS rime Trhl Balance and Log Books LETTER PRBSSBS Paw Memo Time Order Receipts Exercise and Letter Hooks Copying Brushes Rubber Copying Sheets Blank Books in Various Sires and Styles of Binding Tracing Cloth and Paper DMA WIS a 11 A I Jilt Photograph Frames and Passepartouts Autograph and Photo Albums Scrap Books Inlaid Work Boxes and Writing Desks Artotypes framed and unfrnmed Celluloid Sets of Comb Brush and Mirror Ladles Hand Bags Reticules Baskets Shawl 1 raps School Bags A Fine Variety of Prani Birthday Cards Poetica...

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. — 20 November 1886

ri 1 K if i It tt t Hi H immtm THE DAILY HERALD is ruiiLisurD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tub Pkoniieto ar Tim Piiess Publishing Co Limitfu At tho OmoeNo aOMnrohimt Sit TB1131S OF tttfllSVlUJTJOX Jeranrum Sco Six msntli 3 i Kree months 5 ler month 500 Postage additional ST Suhierljtllon 7i7h Jtlmntt Brief communications from nil parts of tho Kingdom will always be acceptable All matter Intended for publication at well as bim nM communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY NOVEMBR 20 1S86 A MARVELLOUS CURE There is reported to be great excite ment in Wales about a maryelloub cure but it is carrying the joke a little too far to say that Mr Pugh lived six years without going to bed unless all the circumstances of the case are at the same time related Some facts not universally known in connection with this wonderful case are simply as fol lows Mr Pugh a leading citizen of Llanrystyd belonged to the secret society known as trfe Llampwyck Bwcttr...

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. — 20 November 1886

THE DAILY HERALD lAill b Ar mile Dally at the 3Tol IowIiik Xj1oom t GTHKUM Fort street I II SOll R Stcrclimit street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street jprloo O ContH SATURDAY NOVEMBRao 188G LOOAL NEWS Mr Levey lias a oclock this morning The Adverliur Sanioan craze The roar of the catcd heavy seas cash sale at ten is infected with the surf last night There was no business in Supreme Court Chambers yesterday Col M Thompson has our thanks for a variety of Eastern papers The athletic sports at Makiki begin at one oclock tins afternoon The fcrred night Honolulu from last Rifles night drill was dc till Monday The telephone wires of both com panies worked very well throughout the storm The Y M C A temperance meet ing will be held in Fowlers yard as usual this evening Mr Lyons will sell plants etc at noon to day as the weather prevented the sale yesterday There will be meetings to day of the Hawaiian Railroad Co and the Kahu lui Railroad Co The street railroad is again looming up according to...

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. — 20 November 1886

fc l I ft 1 r Ift t 51 11 1 f f i A Curious Phenomenon Tho following is reported about an in teresting oxperimcut of tho physiologist Professor L Herman In a flat bowl filled with water in which a number of fourteen daya old frog larvas of Rnna temporaria were disporting themselves wero sunk along tho side ready for an experiment thick zino wires connected with a battery of twenty little zino car bon elements When tho current was made tho whole of tho littlo animals fell into a wriggling motion which soon ceased But all tho larva without ex ception had taken up ono position m which the head was turned to tho anode and tho tail to the catliodo The ani mals remained in tills position till tho current was brokon when they again feU into tho wriggling motion but now less violently Ropoated experiments proved that tho living animals Bhowed a u doclued polarity placing thomsolvos along tho stream linos of a current with their heads all in ono diroction tho di rection being reversed whon t...

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 November 1886

VOL I U Scncnl ubcvtLscmcntc P TOWN CENTRAL STATIONERY STORE 106 KORT STRIiliT URKWKRS IllOClt AHKII1 A KULL ASORTIKST u Fluo anil Gommoroltil Statiounry CONM4TINU IN IAiiT 6f Note letter IostCap Legal 4 Kill Paper iold jicjl aiul Quit Pens Writing auJ Copying an I Colored lnki PENCILS MUCILAGE Papeterles Visiting Cards Cap Letter Nolo and Memo Tablets an J Clock in Manila anil fine pajicr tnktands Rulers Knvelouel al les paper find cloth lined SrOAKES AUTOMATIC SHADING PENS I line Trill Ilalance a itl Log I tool LETTER PRESSES Pan Memo Time Order Receipts Knerclse and Letter Hooks Copying llrushes Rubber Copying Sheets Wank llook in Various She and Styles of Itindlng Tracing Cloth and Paper A W V IA V it Photograph Frame and Passepartouts Autograph and Photo Albums Scrap Hooks Inlaid WorkIloxes and Writing Desks Artotypes framed and unfrauied Celluloid Sets of Comb llrush and Mirror I ailies Hand Hags Reticule Hadcets Shawl Tram School Hags A Kine Variety of Prarura llirthday Cards...

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 November 1886

M u L 11 c il Hi if Il K I 1 tt i t i i f i Is it r fcf If MS l U I t f t f r fctWiiiiTr ---v THE DAILY HERALD IS rUDLHUIKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Ttt thb PKormeroK ui this PKlotliMNjCo IltiiTRn At the Ofllon No CO Merchant St TBituH or sviatonriiiox Per Annum 6oo Six monlmC 3 Thre month 5 Itr tnontUi 5ct Postage additional jtT 5iiborllloiu Vauabe in Ailvnncr Hnef communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always lie acceptable All mailers intended for publication a well at busi mi communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBR 22 1886 LAND SETTLEMENT The Government will come very far short of its duty if it docs not give the most earnest and assiduous attention possible to the subject of land settle ment So far as settlers arc concerned the matter is ripe for the execution ol a scheme of no small dimensions A great deal may be accomplished thous ands of acres occupied and cultivated before the Government will have to look abroa...

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 November 1886

aw THE DAILY HERALD Will bo for hiilo tiillv ul tlto lowlim Xmhuoh I 0 THRUM Fort street I It SOIKK Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hold Street Xrloo R CoulK MONDAY NOVEMBR 22 1886 LOCAL NEWS Marshal Kaulukou last night was at the fire The Sanctuary is the subject nt the Seventh Day Advcntist meeting Gymnasium building tonight The Australia sailed for San Fran cisco about midnight She loaded a large quautity of bananas here A coal passer was turned off the steamship Australia just before she sailed last night He had to seek shelter at the Police Station being without money 1 1 is story is that the engineer was harsh with him because a sore leg unfitted him for work and that he talked back to the engineer for which the latter put him off here Carpenters weie busy on Saturday making the long low tables lor the native feast in the lanai at the Ialacc The arms of all nations will be fixed on the posts o which there are twenty on each side and two at each end Besides broad openings in...

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 November 1886

I I I i bH W W M i J r m tin- Ui 1 r t 1 1 I lis Umwnammmmmmmuimmtmimtitiitimvmvttiaivmi mhkim iiiw uiiisijMssAiiiiwiMiijjtsssiiiassyssis THE Clf V VdUDbO BOtrTOtl l I III t A Peculiar Spoalmon in Cltlcliuuitl 111 DlngnosJ of a Crsso Tho hoodoo sentiment is na strong Htuung tho suporBtitlous lower classoa of tho colored pooplo of Cincinnati iw it la Willi tho darkles of Louisiana and Missis slppl Only tho othor day it cropped out in tho police court whoro a mlddlo ngcd defendnut sworo with nil earnestness thatll woman had tried to kunjor him by placing in his bod a snakos head rabbits foot and othor rocognlzod em blems of tho mnglo art mid that to rid himself of tho effects of thoso charms ho had to walk over a milo and throw thorn in tho river Among tho dark es of tho south whoro this inyBtorious super stition originated and holds its Bwny tho snako rabbits foot and all kinds of yarbs aro tho euro alls and charm alls of creation With them tho most won derf ul things can bo nccompli...

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 November 1886

VOL I u Seitcral 2tbbcvtbcmcnto P TOWN CENTRAL STATIONERY STORE 106 KOKrSTIUXT IIREWKRS lllOCK AR IBB A FULL ASSORTMENT u Flue ami Commercial Statlouory lonsisnni in iAi or Note Utter Postdp Legal Kill Paper Gold Sleet iul Qull Pens Writing and Coping an 1 Colored Ink fKNCILS MUCILAGE Papcletles Visiting Cards Cap Letter Note and Memo Tablets and Weeks in Manila and fine paper Inkstands Kuleri Envelopes al slses paper and cloth lined SrOAKIib1 AUTOMATIC SHADING PENS lime Trltl Ilalance and Log II00W LETTER PRESSES Pais Memo Time Order Receipts Lxtrclis and Litter Books Copying Brushes Ruhlxr Copying Sheets Ulanlc Books In Various Sites and Styles of Binding Tracing Cloth and Paper n R A I N a J 1 A J 1 R Photograph Frames and Passepartouts Autograph and Photo Albums Scrap Hooks Inlaid Work Boxes and Writing Desks Artotypes framed and unfrimed Celluloid Seta of Comb Brush and Mirror Ladies Hand Bigs Hellenic- Baskets Shawl iraps School Bags A Fine variety of Prang s Birthday Curds Po...

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 November 1886

I fc If If ft rn i Vh ii n fmi i iv7 ci THE DAILY HERALD IS rUIILlSMKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tih Ikohuetok v the PaKssluaLisiiiNoCo i jLltllTKU At the OHloeNo GO Merohnnt St Ticiuri of svitspnrrTiox Perannm t oo Sit month 3 Thre months io rer month yoc 1ostage additional XST Subacrlittona Jaiabe in iitvnner lirief communications from all parts o the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for nublicatlon as well as bml nets communications and advertisements should bo addressed to THE DAILYiiRtD TUESDAY NOVEMBR 23 1886 SAMOA Indications are that little Hawaii is going to be aslateforthe fairinregard to getting a hand in Samoan politics as she has been in moving to confer on the Caroline Gilbert and Marshall groups the benefits of her superior knowledge in modern political institu tions Mr Sherwood is going to Eng land in connection with matters in Samoa and his claim against the Amer ican Government over his arrest there He takes with him volumes of photo gr...

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 November 1886

THE DMLY HERALD r i TIIKUM onlltt M kvai soijawouks Piluo t5 Cotil H Tort street chant ilreel Hotel Street TUESDAY NOVISMHR 23 1886 The The LOCAI luau to day NEWS 2000000 loan has been placed A concertina was loose on the street last night The Honolulu Rifles will attend the luau this afternoon To night the billiaid match at McCarthys hall Fort street I ii mm Hon S 1 Dole went off for the land of the free on the Australia I Mr V 15 Saylor the billiard player returns to California by to days steamer I I III ll There is 2500 insurance -on the house of Mr James Campbell dam aged by fire on Sunday night There will be no more postpone ments of Jubilee festivities on account of weather so it is staled in official quarters Last evening Miss Edith Turton gave a party to a few friends at the house of His Excellency W M Gib son There is a dangerous hole about four feet in diameter on Lihha corner of School street about 20 feet from the sidewalk 1 1 iii Contrary to a report in circulation last...

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 November 1886

t ji w JfiSHM AMERICAN HOMES OUR CLIMATE TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN WE BUILD Some Things Which Wo Mnat Do WHh out Trees nml Wnll Vinos Old Country Scut ltomoilolcd Dmlnngo Mntcrliil Locality- Style It Is amusing to hwir a man or woman who has cro3xI tlio ocean riillculo our country dwelling houses mid compaio them with tho plctiircsquoness of Iho English cottage ol tlio German farmhouse tlio vlno gron u walls tho windows projecting from the roofs th low holglit tlio shallow tho qulot tono about thDin nnd tho it regular fonu Thoy would glvo all tho stating formal villas of thU country for ono little Ivy grown or rod roofed cottago In nn EnglUb hawthorn lane or a green German valloy But esxporionce tenches that n countrys nrchltocturo Is to a largo degreoj a necessary fruit and outcome of Its circumstances Wo linvo n peculiar and cilfll cult cllmnto hero nnd must first of all con sider It In our building There la tho heat of tho tropics in tlio summer and tlio almost Arctic cold In tho win...

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. — 24 November 1886

u VOL I fficitcntl StbDcrtificmcntc P TOWN CENTRAL STATIONERY STORE 106 KORTSTKBUT UKBWKKS IIIOCK ARKISS A KULL A1MOHTM1CNT u Fluo ami Oommorolal Stationary CONSISTING IN iftilT Or Note letter PostCap Legal A Kill Paper old Steel mid Qull Venn Writing nid Copying an I Colored Inks PENCILS MUOILAOK PapeUries VUitlng Cards Cap Letter Note and Memo Tabid and lildcls in Manila ami fine paper Inktands Rulers Knveloei al slts par and cloth lined SlOAKKS AUTOMATIC SHADING PENS Time Trial llilunc and Log llooll LETTER PRRSSBSj Puss Memo Time Order Receipts Kkcrcit and Letter Hooks Copying llruthes Rublxr Copying Slieels Ulank Hooks in Various Sire and Styles of Rinding Tracing Cloth and Paper v 11 a win a ia v k k Photograph Frames and Passepartouts Autograph and Photo Albums Scrap Hooks Inlaid Worklloxes and Writing Desks Artotvpes framed and uiifraiued Celluloid Sets of Comb Hrush and Mirror Indies Hand Hags Keltculcs llaskets Shawl Traps School Hags A Fine variety of Praniz a llirlhdav C...

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. — 24 November 1886

ft m HS r THE DAILY HERALD IS IlMMSUED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tup Pronuitor bv tub PkrmIuklhiiinijCo IIMITFU At llio Oilloe No SO Metohtmt St TUlt US OF sviisanttTiox Pernnntim 600 Six montns 300 Thre months 150 Per month 5octs Postage additional tiT SubMerlpHonn 1aiabetn A fruiter Ilrief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be Acceptable All matters intended for rjuhlicatlon as well as bust ness communications and advertisements should le addressed to THE DAILV HKRAID WEDNESDAYNO VEMBR 241 886 INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION Colonial papers speak of Industrial Associations giving much space to their proceedings It is high time that there was a union of forces in this Kingdom for the promotion of domes tic industry While it cannot be de nied that there is progress in the aggre gate yet the forward steps are desul tory and m triced with many failures Creditable individual efforts are fre quently made to start new industries or develop old ones which are not duly...

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. — 24 November 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Will be for Hulo 13nllv t tlio lo lowliiu IMuooh fort street THRUM r o II sOlKR Merchint street i KVslAI SODA WORKS Hotel Street lrIo C5 Colli h WEINESDAYNOVKMHR 241886 bo Subject at the Lyceum tills evening Offer unto God Thanksgiving Ialn S04 Messrs Lairiie C expect the bark Kidder from Portland lor Hong kong doily An order went forward by the Zeal andta for a magnificent organ from London for the Kaumakapili Church The sky was cloudless in this morn ings early hours and the stars seemed brighter than usual after the succession of inky nights Last night theie was only one light on King street and that stuck on the side of a house from the Anchor Saloon to ihc bridge As a day or two of fine weather will bercquired to dry the grounds the ath letic sports will not take place till Fri day or Saturday It is estimated that six hundred per sons sat down at once t the luau The lanai looked beautiful with its decora tions outside and inside The Custom House closed at 130 y...

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. — 24 November 1886

ft it SY i ffj Ik IS i K r RifcaiSll UBim MthrriiViniiiiii ir MILLYS COMFOllTKtt It wus woven of fleecy crinkly zephyr Mitt was rctl but Hint vlvltt scarlet wo cometlmos boo In tho flasi ot a birds wing or tho glow ot n brilliant sunsot One short raw wintry nftoruoon Mllty wus lmstonlnu homo from school woll wrapped In Its folds when hor brisk paco was nrroBtod by a heavy sob mid looking nrouud she saw a eight rnthor raro on thosit qulot aristocratic stroots a llttlo boy thinly nnd raggedly clothed sitting on tho curbing his head bont forlornly on u pllo ot pnpon In his lap which ho was evldontly making damper than usual with his tears Mllly looked nt him pitifully walked on a paco or two hosltutcd glanced back nnd than sto ppod resolutely toward him uud tapped his shoulder Whats tho mnttorf sho nskod quietly nro you sick or liurtf IIo rnlsod hli head and turned upon hor n surprised woobugono faco which howovor In splto of tears and dirty trcaks was far from unattractive I cant sell...

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 November 1886

t VOL I u w 1 General bbcrtiscmcritc p TOWN CENTRAL STATIONERY STORE 06 FORT SIREET BKKWKRS IDOCK ARRIHS A CUIL ASSORTMENT O 1luo nuil Oommorotnl Stntiouory lonsistinO in i aiV or Vole Utter Postdp Legal 4 Kill Paper ioIJ Mielaud ullens Writing and Coping and Colored Ink PENCILS MUCILAOE tapeterles Visiting Cards Cap Letter Note and Memo Tablets and lildclu in ManiU and fine paper InkunJi Kilters hnvelo al sires piper and cloth lined SIOAKES AUTOMATIC SHADING PENS lime Trio lalince add Log IWj LETTER PRESSES Paw Memo Time Order Receipt Exercise and Letter Hooks Copying Urushes Rubber Copying Sheet UUnk Books In Various Sires and Styles of Illnding Tracing Cloth and Paper V Jl A W ISO IAlJtJl Photograph Frames and Passepartouts Autograph ail Photo Albums Scrap Hooks Inlaid Worllloxes and Willing Desks Artolype framed and tinfrniued Celluloid Sets of Comb Ilrush and Mirror Indies Hand Dags Reticules llaskcts bhawl I raps School Hags A Fine variety of Prang 11 Ilirthday Cards Poetical ...

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 November 1886

Br l IS IUHLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS TOR THE IXOflllLTOH BV TUB HllEM lUHLHllINO t0 Limited I J -Ml A the OHloeNo SO Merulirmt St v TlliiUS OF SVllSOHIITIOX Pr A nh urn it ni i 6 SU months oo Thre monthi I 150 Per month 50CU Postage additional I I S tbr Sibncrlpllonn IatfaUeln Itlrancr Ilrief communications from all parts oflhe Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as well as Innl 114 communications and advertisements should be addressed to 1 THE DAILY IIERAID THURSDAY NOVEMBR 25 1S86 TECHNICAL EDUCATION This country once bidding fair to keep up with the times seems just now to be standing still in the line of pro gress Although having the whole world of intellectual and material ad vancement from which to draw sam ples and lessons for her guide Hawaii so far as her Government is concerned has to be content with a little high- sounding talk at each session of the - Legislature This is the case with the matter of practicpl instruction in 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. — 25 November 1886

fiiiMi i sew il Tin Baily IMuli Will be for Hiilo Dully at tlui 3Tol lowlnu XMiiu h 1 0 THRUM Kort street J II SOIEU Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Jiloo 5 Coul H THURSDAY NOVEMIVR 25 1886 LOCAL NEWS Thanksgiving Day Tonight the Jubilee ball m The old gobbler thinks human grati tude is allied to gravy Mr Levey sells a variety ol merch andise for cash at ten this morning The military companies have compe titive drill for a trophy on Saturday Uishop Cos Hank closes at 12 today in recognition of Thanksgiving lll - 1 III Justice liiekerton found nobody ready for trial in the Police Court yes terday m - 1 Rev S E Uibhop preaches the thanksgiving discourse at Kort strcit Church 1 1 this morning Two barks were off port Irst evening but their names were not known at the Hell Telephone Central The streets arc drying up so rapidly with fine weather I hat the rainy season is almost forgotten The Herald Is as grateful as any body but does not want to anticipate the thanksgiving...

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 November 1886

V fc f tSa mmmmmrwr lMLl WHO EAT CLAY PECULIARITIES OF THE SANDHILL ER3 OF SOUTH CAROLINA I Kaolin n nu Artlclo of l oml Yellow Jlisrl for Drwcrt A Which 1rcnlltii Ilynprpslu mid with Dint Lung Troiililoi It fa not gonernlly knonn but Is tnic Hint tlicro exists not fnr from tills city a rnco of whito ixsoplo cnllwl Hnndlilllow who nro vorltablo cny caters Tills morning In com pany with n young physician of this city your rorrcsiioiHlcnt wits enjoying a Jaunt Into pine groves which nklrt thu eastern conduct of Columlila ami wo cro proccoillng towntil the sandhills whonnowcro nccostal by nu aged mendicant who thrusting an old greasy pleco of paper Into my unwilling hand oxclaimcd pltcoiwly For Uorls enke read It goullcnicii My friend who was prejudiced against licggars In general nnd Handhlllcre In particular was for sternly rebuking tho old man when something po culiarly touching In tho applicants look ar rested that uncharltablo purposo nllu I11 polled htm to heed tho whlspcilngs of...

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