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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 November 1886

U 1 vol i rtngVift J tfirikHl AbtnmmtHr P TOWN CENTRAL STATIONERY STORE 106 iortStrVxt nuKWiik iiiT6Ji AKIIU A PULL A1SOKTMKNT 0 Fine nail Ooramorolnl Stationery tONsiiTlNO in IAiv or Halt Utter PostCap Legal Kll Paper Gold btoel aiidQuil Pens Wrilint and Copying an I Colored Ink PENCILS MUCILAGE T Paptttrtes Visiting Cards Cap Letter Note and Memo Tabids mid UlocU ui Manila anil fine paper Inkstands Kulers Envelopes al sires paper and cloth lined jrOAKES AUTOMATIC SHADING PENS Unit Trial llalance and Log I tool LBTTB R PRESSES Pan Memo VTIme Order Recelpti Extra- and Letter Hooka Copying Brushes Kublier Copying Sheets v Wank Uooki In Varloui Sue and Stylet of Minding Tracing Cloth and Paper D It A r v a V A l 1 It Photograph Frames and Passepartouts Autograph and Photo Albums Scrap Hooks Inlaid WorkIiaxes and Writing Desks Arlotypes framed and untrained Celluloid beta of Comb Ilrush and Mirror Ladles Hand Dags Reticules llaskets Shawl Traps School tlags A Fine Variety of Prans llir...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 November 1886

w 1 bMU T itiuStmiMmtttmirtit AlrVMtllfmlhJhlVllVrtvf - ------ - - - Nr nijrr trig K Tub Daily IIekald IS FUM1SU1SD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FOR TUB IKOfHlltTOIl by tiik PF5H PUBLISHING Co Limited AI the OinoeTSTo SOMmolmnt St j an an of svmcitTPTidrr Per annum 600 Six months 3 Three months 150 Tcrmcmlh M jocts Postage additional t ST Subscription Jdjabedi Advaute rtricf communications from all parts of fcthe Kingdom will always be acceptable AM matters intended for publication as well as bu li nes communications and advertisements should Le addressed to THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMIiR 26 1S86 DEAR LAND There is no denying the statements of our daily contemporaries regarding the high prices and rents of land Yet the fact of dear land ought not to dis courage effort for the promotion ot land settlement The tract of land men tioricd in this paper the otjier day as having been offered for sale and eager ly sought in snull holdings by Portu guese does not appear to have been put at...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 November 1886

A j The Daily Heralj Vill be for dilo JDiitly tit the 3ol lowlnt IMuooh 1 o THRUM Iorltlreti sOPrRM Ma -chant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street JPrloo C ContH FRIDAY NOVEMIVR 26 1886 L00ALNEWS It is said that the athletic sports wilt take place at Makiki this afternoon The barlccntinc Mary Winkcltnan is going on the Marine Railway to day A powerful electric light was the Hotel billiard room last Polloo Court going night The Queen of England has congra tulated the King of Hawaii on his fif tieth birthday Messrs E Y Adams Co sell household furniture Of Mr W V Wright at ten this morning Pahala mill Hawaii is making sugar while the water runs I he rainfall has been abundant there of late v Mr Jas R Holt jr is going to have a 12000 two story brick houu built for him by Mr Lucas on Nuuanu street T Brook White Godalming Eng land and Hongkong and H C God win Hongkong arc registered at the Hawaiian Hotel Mr William Miller was reported yes terday as being no better from his recent fall b...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 November 1886

k 0 v i y VWT JITS NUZE STOltY It wns jv winters ovenltig blcnk nntl cold Snow lind been falling nil tiny in London nnd tlio streots woro conso qitcntly covered with mud nnd sltiHlt A podestrlnn tramped nlotiK tho wot slippery paVcmunt without feeling nny Inclination to grumble nt tho weather Ills blue eyes woro shining with dollftht nnd his hard round lint was pushed bnck on his curly brown linlr ns though in tho oxcltomcnt of some pleasant thought ho lind found Its weight opprcsslvo Ho wnlkcd nlong tho Strand until ho enmo to WollliiRtou street when ho crosccd Waterloo brldgo and ovontunlly turning down n poor llttlo street beyond Waterloo station ho stopped at tho third house In n row of dilapidated buildings and letting himself In with n latchkoy dashed up tho stairs nnd burst Impetu ously Into a room on tho third floor cry lug out Good nows Murlol tho best of good newsl My story has been accepted Oh Jack Is It truo How thankful I nm Wo shnllgct along swimmingly now dnrllngl You...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 November 1886

u VOL -I Smcvitl uucrtiscmcnts P TOWN CENTRAL STATIONERY STORE lj l - 106 FORT SIRRUT URKWlRS MOCK ARKIKS A KUM AWIHTMKNT O t Fiito nuil Commoroinl Stntlouory coNsisTtNu in kaw or Note Letter HostOapLegali Kill Paper Gold Steel and Quil Tens Writing and Copying anil Colored Inks 1UNCILS MUCILAGE Iapclerles Visiting Cards Cap Letter Note mid Memo Tablet nud UlocU In Manila anil fine paper Inkstands Kiilcm Envelopes al sires paper and cloth lined SIOAKES AUrOMAlIC SHADING PENS Time TrI U lialance and Log Hoots LETTER PRESSES Pais Memo Time Order Receipt Exercise anil Letter Hooks Copying Urushes Kublier Copying Sheets Blank llookt in Various Sire and Styles of Ilinding Tracing Cloth and Paper D It A II I X U J A I J n Photograph Frames and Iassepartouts Autograph and Photo Albums Scrap Hooks Inlaid Work lloxesand Writing Desks Allotypes framed and unfmiued Celluloid Sets of Comb llrunh and Mirror Indies Hand Rags Reticules Ilaskets Shawl Traps School Hags A Fine Variety of Prang s Ili...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 November 1886

t vr lI i I mi t i iikii fcv niiiy i ii bmmZuZi TlIE DAILY iMtALB tS TUBLISUED 33 SATURDAY NOVEMBR 27 i88 HAND EDUCATION Since putting forth a scries of articles scaring more or less on industrial ed ucation wc have come across an excel lent editorial in the Montreal Witness on the same subject It will there is no reason to fear be appreciated by our readers who receive it in full in this issue The clear and forcible manner tfWr iStSi EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For thk Pkomiktii v iiik Pirns PublisiiinoCo Iimiiku Vt the oaioeNo CO Merolmnt St Tail va of svnsaierrriox Fer annum ar 6ro Sj mcotis v- 3- Thre mont Hs i t 50 Per month Joels Postage additional W niibseriptlon JajstsVeiri Aitrifr Hrief communications from all parts ofthe Kingdom will always he acceptable All matters inrended fur nublicatlon as well as liusl ness communications ana adrcrthements should L aaaresseu la THE DAILY HERALD in which the educational problem of the time is stated will it is to be hoped commend itse...

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. — 27 November 1886

The Daily Eeiiali Will 1o fi biiIo rnily lit Ujo iTol lowltm X1oph I 0 IHRUM Fort street I It SOlltl i Merchant Urett KVjIAI SODA WORKS- Hotel Street Jlloo B CoiilM SATURDAY NOVEMBR 27 1886 LOOAlVNEWS Hiihop Gos Hank during to day The steamer Kinau will be due Sunday will be closed and Likelike lalanta road has been sadly wasted by the recent weather To Jay the competition drill at Makiki at half past two t 1 1 1 1 1 The W G Hall sails on her usual route at ten this morning t The keeper of Santa Claus head quarters speaks for himself to day See that your Colonial friends re ceive a generous file of the Hiraii ly the Mariposa To morrow November 28th bciig Independence Day the observance of the holiday is to day Thomas Square should be the Mecca of those who rejoice in Hawaiian inde pendence today Mr Malcolm Brown is officially an nounced as Deputy Registrar of Con veyances for the Kingdom One arrest for disorderly conduct and two for drunkenness were made by the police up till midnig...

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 November 1886

1 lit Ki feiSCiiisSi j - ii AT VffS CollCERTi ArWrni liid Imll the tight fehond ilowtl Ort lml f tha beatlljr tot tile town On swnylup perfumed pHiHIluuodi That rustled like tha summer woods j And my own well beloved was Uicro And wore a wlilto roso In her tialr And while with many n look and stir Men bowed and smiled their lova to her And good named youth whoso blood ran high Were happy when they caught her oyo I know an sura ns sura could x Sho put tlio whlto roso thcru for mo I Ah well beloved I tlio spneo Is wkla That keeps me yearning from thy Bide WiiU bills niul mountains Intervene I What seas and rivers roll between I But Lova can laugh at heights lllo these And Lovo can bridge the very sensl Abraham lcrry Miller A PICTURESQUE ARAB DANCE Marvclim Ornco npd Agility of tlio CHttil of tlio Dedort Iussloliato Mcusuro Tlio Arab quarter at Fort Bald consists at present of booths ami wooden huts ami tlio bazars possess for oxporloncoil travelers llttlo Interest or plcttirosriiieiie...

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 November 1886

VOL I U DOLE mi Ecitctijl 3UbcrtiscmcntB tiiomas lindsay Manufacturing Jeweler No 00 3Nituiuu Stroot Honolulu I Particular attention paid to repairing Lawyer tml Notary Public Oflicc at 15 Kaihumahu Street WANTED SUGAR BOILER Apply to- C I3REWER CO Mechanic Engine Co No 2 ANY PERSONS HAVING IN NOTICB their possession any FIRE HATS OR BELTS Ieloning to this Comp iny will please bring them to the llelj Tower or lene word where they may be founi with j c wmrn s SurveyTnilnccr Dell low v j GOMES 9 f5L Watchmaker ana Jeweler Has Just arrived from San Francisco and has opened a toie opposite Harts Ice Cream Parlors where he will attend to the manufacturing of all kinds of Jewelry llie setting of diamonJs etc Chronomoorts a Sjioclalty FOREIGN STAMPS Q W BURGESS lias for sale a variety of rare foreign postage stamps for collections Call and see idem at No 84 King Stroot Honolulu j w Mcdonald atrr suontva shop OrrostTK Pantheon Stablfi 116 Forts rKKST Horse shoeing in all its banchct done by...

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 November 1886

s1 if - n tf nt Tlfl2 DllLtf IfelULI is runusHin EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tiu PnornuroR iv th Frsjs IviLisiiiKdCc tlMWRD AI the Oflloe No SJO Merchant St TiiitHs or svmouwiiox Ier annum 600 SIt mantml t 3 oo Tlire months Per month 1 5 Postage additional S3 Subscription Vnyabein Adennee m Brief communications from all parts ofjthe Klnfdom will always M acceptable All matlm Intended for nubltcatlon ai well as buv ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to A THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBR 29 1886 INDEPENDENCE DAY Ministerial Orations Boforo the King Kaumakapili Church was yesterday the scene of Independence Day exer cises of a highly interesting nature The hour appointed in the official ad vertisement was twelve oclock but those who assembled then were just in time for the conclusion The King was present accompanied by Princess Liliuokalani Likelike and Kaiulani His Excellency Antone Gensral HonsvA S Cleghorn and J L Kaulukou Marshal and Col J H Boyd of His ...

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. — 29 November 1886

iiniiiirinfffr JX Ti mum Tub Daily Herald VVIll bo fo ill TJnllv nt Ilia IFol lowliilt Fluanus r 0 1IIK0M Fortitreet ih SOIER Merchant Meet rRVSlAL SODA WORKS Hotel Sheet irlon 5 ContH MONDAY NOVEMBR 29 1886 LOOALJJKWfe At half past five his morning the steamship Mariposa had not been signaled Officer Laioha was seized w ith a fit on his beat about inidniit and had to be taken home 1111- Ten Chinese in lots of eight and twj respectively were hauled in from Maunakea street last night for gaming It is reported that the electric light will be adopted permanently at Iolani Palace and the Opera House if no where else A tourist who visited the 1ali the other day reports that a portion of the precipice had tumbled down on the road on the other side of the summit The annual meeting of the W C T U with a public meeting in the evening postponed hitherto on account of the weather is appointed for Thurs day next The excuse for the drill not taking place at Makiki is that the grass is too long t...

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. — 29 November 1886

S rwjpTM ww UMBRELLA FIENDS IDIOSYNCRASIES OF WELL kNOWN NUISANCES A Miiiih Clmrncter Shown ljr tlio XVny Ho Cnxrlr III Umbrella Tim Olinox Ijijh find i Unngprond Jnlilicr Swell Griiiiger unit lnt Jinn A man often shows Ills clinrnctcr by tlio way lie entries Ills umbrcltn If ho it nbsont mliulcd ho will lug It by tlio top of tho handle careless of whether It Is folded or Antiplng mid liidhTcrcnt if it trolls lwlilntl him upon tbo pavement IIo may Ixj JjustlliiR hurry ing lii high spirits nnd if so lio frequently tit iris his umbrella in circles from tlio wrist us ho spins down tlio street If ho Is fnt ho uses his umbrella as n enno or imrnsolj if ho is n clergyman ho carries It limply before him If ho U angry ho grubs it by tlio handlo as If It yoro n club mid if ho is n dudo ho pokes tlio fenild in front of him until it strikes tho pavement nnd as ho passes on twitches it forward again Ono of tho most familiar of tho umlirelln carrylng species is tho jablcror shovcr IIo lugs his r...

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 November 1886

tw VOL I fficitcrftl bbcttiecmcnto - in- -- - - i THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler No 00 Nmmnii Stront Honolulu H I Particular attention paid to repairing Q 0 DOLE Lawyer anil Solary Public Office at 15 Kaahumanu Street WANTED SUGAR TOILER Apply to- C BREWER CO Mechanic Engine Co No 2 ANY PERSONS HAVING IN NOTICE their possession any FIRE HATS OR BELTS ltchining to this Company will please Wing them to the Hell Tower or leave word where they may be founi with j a white Survey Engineer Hell Tower Watchmaker and Jeweler Hat Just arrived from San Francisco and has opened a stole opposite Hart Ice Cream Parlun where he will attend to the manufacturing of all kinds of Jewelry The setting of diamonds etc Ghrouomotors a Specialty FOREIGN STAMPS O V BURGESS Has for sale a variety pf rare foreign postage stamjn for collections Call and see them at No 84 King Stroot Honolulu t w Mcdonald city sjtouisa shop OrrosiTR Panthron Staulks 116 Fort street Horse shoeing in all Its banchcs done by ...

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 November 1886

TTVH3 fettf This Daily Herald IS IUliUSIIKU EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Fj Til PWTO T HKPStHHlK0C0 LlMITEO At the Offloe Xo CO Morohnnt SU TKicui oh svnsanirriox Pcruniiinl SU nranln J Hire mouths icrnunth 5cu Pixtace addltlonaL Brief cxnnuieatMot hm all parts oftthe KintJom will always be acceptable AH matters intended for publication as well as W n co naiancuiofu and adrertteinerils mmm le addrewed to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY NOVEMBR 30 THE SUGAR MARKET A Ray rf Hope Hie The weekly review of Willett Hamlen dated New York November 4th has the following concerning the statistical position and prospects of the Sugar trade As October 1st is the close of all crop years it appears that the consumption of Sugar in the world for the twelve months October 1S85 to Oclobcr 1886 was II4 302 tons more than the production of the world plus a surplus of invisible stock which is conceded to have bren in second hinds on October 1 188 Os in excess of such surplus stock of October 1 1886 of at leas...

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 November 1886

pi I TSSSSSSSSSSS J in i min - ii nn I li i irfhtmii in Mil mi urn I W ia Hif The Daily Heiulv Will be ftr Hvl UolV it tho lol luwlnu XMuophi lotl irett THRUM I- 0 I II SOIKK i Merchant street f RVhlAI SODA WOKKS Hotel Street l3rlo li Contn TUESDAY NOVJSMBR 30 886 LOOALNKWS The festivities of the Kings jubilee birthday are over Mr II E Avery barrister has gone to San Francisco on the schooner Rosario from Kahultti The 0 S S Australia will sail from San Francisco for this port on Decem ber Sth and be due hereon the 15th I I M A row of three two story wooden tenements all of a sire and shape is building on the new street below Ma unakea near the harbor The Mariposas through passengers took advantage very generally and freely of the opportunity of seeing Honolulu and its environs The chestnut bell has reached Honolulu and now shall the proverb be verified in the midst of us As the bell tinkclth so the fool thinkcth A supply of Smiths Planetary Alma nac and Weather Guide for 1887 has ar...

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 November 1886

riiTiif Mmi iII mti Tiro Daily Imalb iii tUinisiiiu EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FR rilR IftONtlETOR tit TIIK pKlHSltlBLWIINOCo I Uhiti d At tho OfHor No CO Morcilumt St it Til huh oh sansaitririox Per annum A J 5000 Six montm 3- Ilire monthi Ier month Socu Postage additional SST Subterlplloim1niiabeZln lileitner Urief ommunicatloiH ftJm all partu offlne Kingdom will alwaya In acceptable All matter Intended fnr nuLKcatlnn aft well ai busi 4U1 has the following concerning the statistical position and prospects of the Sugar trade As October 1st is the close of all crop years it appears that the consumption of Sucar in the world for the twelve months October 1S8 to October 1886 was 114102 tons more than the production of the world plus a surplus of invisible stock which is conceded to have been in second hinds on October 1 1885 in excess of such surplus stock of October i 1886 of at least 200000 tons that is the actual consumption of the year was 314402 tons more than the pro duction T...

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. — 30 November 1886

f Mr HP Tiib Daily Herald Will 1 for vl Tlr it tlio Vol luwlttK J Muuch r r IIIRUM lortMreet I SOIKK Mwchanj strict I RVsTAI SODA WOKliS Hotel Sttcel Jrloo G Con h TUESDAY NOVEMUR 30 t886 LOCALJNKWS The festivities of the Kings jubilee birthday arc over Mr H K Aycry barrister has gone to San Francisco on the schooner Rosario from Kahului The 0 S S Australia will bail from San Francisco for this port on Decem ber 8th and be due hereon the 15th A row of three two story wooden tenements all of a size and shape is building on the new street below Ma- unakea near the harbor a The Mariposas through passengers took advantage rcry generally and freely of the opportunity of seeing Ilitiolulu and its environs The chestnut bell has reached Honolulu and now shall the proverb be verified in the midst of us As the bell tinkclth so the fool thinkcth A supply of Smiths Planetary Alma nac and Weather Guide for 1887 has arrived and will be found at the book stores this afternoon It contains cal culat...

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. — 30 November 1886

if t otHiUdAi jgggyMppfiWpiwcPiwwwniTi w 7 iiittfiiiwiiiaiiwriiiweMWiiMMiiTirffMiWii jAaAiites Tills ftNttAGMEtt fMoitoVdidnndEsCTlild fitmlllofl iirtil tieon on terms ot tlio closest Intimacy oVec Rlitco thulr ImmlRmttOU to LrUlslarv irom Citbn In 1818 Thoy had como to thou shores on tho samo yobsoI niul though the llovoroi woro n Httlo over hcnrlnR on account of tholr family con- uctlous In Havana and tho Kscuedos voro prono to rcfor on nil occasions to tholr past possessions at Chnlltias yet utor tholr arrival on Amorlcnn soil they fraternized as It thoy had all boon born i rul or ono roof S ortly nftor tho arrival of tho two families In Now Onoaus thoy selected rwliloncos down on tho Iluo Dumalno about two squares apart and barely a liy pnssod but found a Hooroattho Kscuedo rosldonco or an Kuccuodo alp llngdollclous Xoros at tho Ilovoro tablo Old man Kscuoilo starlod In tho sugar tiado and tho dellcato Castlllan Hovcro opened a wholosalo cigar stora Uoth ItTosperod well aUd In a...

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 December 1886

VOL I FOREIGN STAMP t w Mcdonald oitx siiokimi shop OrrosiTB Pantiikon Stahlks 116 Koki mikkkt NEATEST JOB PRINTING sccuted la older at this ofTce General Abbcrtfecmcniij Thomas lindsay Manufacturing Jeweler No 00 Nnunnu Stroot Honolulu II I Particular attention paid to repairing o u DOLE Lawyer and Notary Public Office at 15 Kaahumanu Street WANTED SUGAR BOILER ft Annlv to C BREWER CO Mechanic Engine Co No 2 ANY PERSONS HAVING IN NOTICB any FIRE HATS OR BELTS Helouaing to this Company will pteaso bring Ihcm lo Hie Hell Tower or leave word where lliey nay be found wllli J C WHITE Survey Engineer llcil Tower T OOBdOESS t Watchmaker and Jeweler Has just nrrlveil from San Francisco ami ha opened n stoie opposite llartt Ice Cream Parlsrs where lie will attend to the manufacturing of all kinds of Jewelry The setting of diamonds etc Ckrouomorrti a Specialty O W BURGESS Has for sate a variety of rare foreign postage stamps Tor collectionv Coll and see them at No 81 Kin Stroot llojiolnlu - ...

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 December 1886

n H W0wf0m mmymmfc Tnu DAita tiMkth ts runusuui EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS KiK TMK IHorniston ivtiir Iarss Pimf isiiInhCi uVt h Onioo No CO Mowilmtit St TtittH op Hiinsoiurrioff Iet Annum v6no Sis montm - 300 1 hrc nioni 150 Pr month socts Postage additional KW NubierlptloiuiilhiiahlcZlH lii mtf llrief from nil parts ofjthc Kingdom will always be Acceptable All matters intended for publication as well as busi ness comnnmicitioits and advertisements should l addressed to DIK DAILY HltlALD WEDNESDAY DECEMBR i 1886 GETTING ILL FAME The San Francisco Alia California discusses the revival of kahuna rule or government by heathen sorcci in this Kingdom It refers to the business that brought Mr Gibson to the Islands and gives the substance of a rumor supposed to originate here that the Premier is now directing affairs so as to prepare the cnuntiy ns a refuge for Mormonism when driven out of Utah The placing of a loan on the London market the Alia considers only possi ble in view of the st...

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