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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 December 1886

Usual evening The Library row evening m iinriUir TUBS DAIIiY XMtAM a I H sunm -v v r RYsTAt SODA wu1ir mini wnre thrown Ollt of a i Vott Jlrecl WrlMcrclinnt struct Prlao R CUmtH WBONKsnAY lloiciiMiai lUSGKMlrK rt88f LOOALJjfEWS services In the churches till Trustees meet Mr T 12 Wiseman is coming back Willi a rirrus on Ihc 15th Cuas 15 lfay bark Nonantum is registered at the Hnwaiian Hotel I ort street Church service to night will be preparatory to the communion on Sunday Palace and city seemed to be Hiking a sleep last night after the- fortnights jubilations More rain and a disagreeable winter arc predicted by a man well up in Ha waiian weather Miss Hurkccnibroidefer and poetess who left here some time ago has been married on the Coast A musty effluvium rises from the streets after every shower being panic- ularly noticeable at night - - I Mr Fred Williclin and Mrs P Rich mond were married at Waimea Kauai November 25th by Rev J Kaukau The Hkramj is indebted to Mr Sopors news agency...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 December 1886

i i i K fe m jjAjjfetl fisMBMfttftii aFoLD BOSK WORM WHAT HE FIND9 IN A BOOk BE SIDE THE LETTER PRESS Vorttino tn Fine Hook Lavish Expend itures to Illuitrnto Modern Literature Whist New York Fubllihort Tay for Engravings nml Il Intlng Ho sns such a quocr looklng old gcntleinnn that Uio wrrtcr paused in his wulk tooxnmlno him inoro closely Ho was standing in Uio doorwnyof onoof thoso dluily lighted Ixxilc stores which lino Nassau street between Iul ton nnd Ann ongerly scanning tho pages of a hoary volutno through Ills old foshionod gold spectacles His wido iiwnko straw hat had drifted back to tho npox of lily crown and hnd anchored Iteclf permnnonlly among tho straggling strands of Bnowy hair width caressed tho frayed collar of his alpaca eoat Ills white waistcoat was unbuttoned nnd tho ends of tho black silk handkerchief which served him in llouof anccktlo bristled de fiantly I has o just made an astounding discovery sir remarked tho old gcntlpman Havo tho klnduosn to look at thU b...

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. — 2 December 1886

VOL I - L T1 General bucrtiescmcntc THOMAS LINDSAY iMauufacturing Jeweler No 10 Nitunirii Stroot Honolulu XI I Particular attention pnidilo repairing 1 U DOLE q Lawyer and Notary Inlillc OITiccat ts Kaahumonu Street WANTED SUGAR BOILER Apply to C 13 RE WE R CO Mechanic Engine Co No 2 N OTICH ANY PERSONS HAVING IN their povteition any FIRE HATS OR BELTS lletomting la this Company will please liring llicm to the licit Tower or leave word where tlicy miy he TuiirfJ with J C Will IT Survey Engineer Hell Tower jjs Watchmaker and Jeweler Has just arrived from San Francisco and has opened n stoie opposite Hart Ice Cream Parlors where lie will attend to ihe manufacturing of all Kind of Jewelry The telling of diamond etc Chroiioinotom n Spooinlty fTrIgnstampI G W BURGESS till for sate a variety of rare foreign postage stamps for collections Call and ice tliem at No 81 King Stroot Honolulu r w Mcdonald aiTY sttoitrsu siiov UlTOtlTB PaNTIIRONStAIILIU I6 IR1 irKKKT II rse shining in all In banc...

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. — 2 December 1886

r B - r 5 Wv fcinMirtw6toigiiiWMMiMi IS PUIIMSHUU wtwwSwJwinwnw The Daily HeualI EVERY MORNING EXdEPT SUNDAYS I or rim IrttrKiKTm tiv Tim WttmluiiutHititilo1 Limited jVI llio OIIUip No liOMoiohrtnt St run un or suiriaitrirttitr Per nnnumi t 5no SU mntn 300 Hire montis 150 Per month 51CH Iosttvtii additional XaT HuliterlpttonfVniiabtln tnre j llrief ominunicitiom Vin alt parts ofhe Kingitom will always be ncceptauie All miners Intended fur mihlicntton at well as bust nst communications ami advertisements should be atldresseu to THE DAILY IIKKAID THURSDAY DECEVtlTR 1S86 IRRIGATION WORKS information of vast works under taken in other countries for the tecla mation of desert land by irrigation may be to some extent a corrective of the chilling influence of croakers and pessimists in this country where cultivable land is so scarce and valu able The following is a telegraphed account in the San Francisco Chronicle dated Riverside November 10 f an important event in irrigation at the hitte...

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. — 2 December 1886

Tuk Daily jkrald Jowin X3luu6di THRUM Iorl tret Merchant slrttl sOIIHm I t KVI At SODA WORKS Ilttcl Sticjt Prion f CnnlH t j T 1 1 U RS I A Y DEpliM If R i 886j LOCAL NKVirfc Dr Kinersons mistake calf ttas Mr Tohn T Watcrhouse taken by ts If sunt from severe illness i Strong gusls of wind yesterday blew dust in peoples eyes worse than the hreJth of politicians There is a rumor afloat among natives Unit an extra bession of the Legislature is contemplated Hulas were resumed with vitor nl the Palace last night the minstrels being plainly heard nt Fort street The failure of Mr Lyons auctioneer was a leading topic pn the strcetcster day aftcihoon the event i bcingi Sur prise to many people i A fancy fair for the benefit of the dihedral building fund will be held by the Sisters of St Andrews Priory next Saturday from ten to five oclock Government school holidays will be from December 15th till January 5th which will give the pupils ten days for looking in the store windows and twelve for ...

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. — 2 December 1886

fo k I sUsiiU WOMAN AN1 f HINTS ON THE TRAINING OF CHILDREN IN GOOD MANNERS TTlmt 8130 Did In n Thounnnd lalimt CottiiRO Tlio Wlfoa Pocket Mono An Honored Title Dont llltml tho llnlilcs Inrngrnplis Etc Ifomo ono lms wisely snlili Tho lenchlngq of cutlcllirxxl riro tho cornor stones on which to build tho fouiidatloiis of clmructcr if ttioso nro laid in wisdom mid fattufulucss wo may look to soo tho Rupcrstrueturo roundel and Iroutlllctl liy tho lesson of lifes expert onco Tho training of children in good mimicre must bo founded on respect nnd obedience But authority should bo enforced by parents without destroying tho scH rcspcct of tho child Hvory boy and girl has on Innate henso of what is Just and cannot listen to un kind word without first bolng wounded and then hardened Nothing lias so much power with children as love Bo kind and gentlo with tlioni let thorn know how dear thoy are mid it will bo nn easy task to control tlicm They should always lio governed mildly yot Unnly thus ...

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. — 3 December 1886

VOL I Lloyds lliith J General gtblicrlfecnunto - -if THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler N 00 NniiAuu Stroot Honolulu II I Partictilar aUcntioh jajbtbtrcpafrin 0 uolh 1 1 Lawyer anil Notary tubllr Office at 15 Kaahumanu Street WANTED J sugar boiler Apply to- C BREVER CO Mechanic Engine Co No 2 ANY PERSONS HAVING IN NOTICB any FIRE HATS OR BELTS IMoning to this Company will plena bring them to the Mill lower or leave won where tliey nuy be foil n J with J C WIIITF Survey Engineer llcil Tower t w Mcdonald city siiorrsa snot On OIITK IaNTIICON StaM1U Il6 FdKfsmKKT II re shoeing in nil its I anchor done liy the molt erleucetl workmen Hell Telephone 181 A MORGAN No- 79 nil 81 KIiiB St Honolulu Carriage Manufacturer Horse Shocr and General Blacksmith Kqulrinc promptly attended to Orders from the ullvrlhnd solicited Hell Telephone No icW Boat Building SlAOp Rear of Lucass Mill JOHN T DARE m Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office- No SpreclceU llloclc Honolulu It I P O Box 94 TO RENT NOW OC...

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. — 3 December 1886

V K r u m The Daily JUtaiiALl IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS KOR TUB pHOrHIRTOR BV Tllft lKP PullLISlllNOCo LiMirnti A t tho OHloe No CO Morohimt St l fitimmni vimintiTltintf mmnm a Six munll i Three months i iVr month Postage additionitJ R i 300 15c 30CU ar SiitrrliJoiinrt6Vii JdiMiirn Brief communtcMioM from all pirts orilhe Kingdom will always- bejaccenlable All matters intended for publication ns well as bust nfM communications and advertisements should be addressed to 1 THE DAILY1I1RAID FRIDAY DECEMBR 3 SS6 COMING TO THE LIGHT It is gratifying to find some people who had nothing but shaking of the head for electric light projects during the recent session of the Legislature coming now to think that illumination by electricity is not altogether in its ex perimental stage but has taken its place among the established useful inven tions Those people to be candid shouldconfcssthatwhenthcyopposcdall proposals for lighlng Honolulu with electricity they were doing to withou...

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. — 3 December 1886

TlLti DAILY HEUAliD VIH o foi ntiS Dully nt tho Vol loWinU 3loew 1- it Merchant itrcct s01lRc i II RVsiAI SODA WORKS Hotel Street jpHoo cTcontn KRIDAV DKGEM1VR 3 1886 LOCAL The Iron Works day and rl Try Marllnt W Cidt r cfai WiFvVs arc still booming The steamer W G Hall is clue to thy from Maui and Hawaii Mr IJurgcss removed household refuse from 342 places yesterday The steamer Kilauca Hon arrived about midnight from Hamakua ports First Division of the Liliuokalani Educational Society meets at three this afternoon Mr Levy sells merchandise at auc tion for cash this morning at ten At noon to morrow he will sell lands situate in Manoa and Waialua i J jft O Ahr A I Uiaru rnaiuu anangcu ucivrccn Howe arid SaSnders at facWttys1 for last night was postponed on account of Saunders not being well licfore Mr VVm Foster Master of the Supreme Court further evidence was yesterday taken in the case of Dillingham ys Wood respecting the value of improvements put on the property involved in tlte c...

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. — 3 December 1886

M mmi a Iv I is fr ris liyn fe I j IL 11 lifi 1st M Ki lJ p M iqms MNiisstsssfatttt t0S TO T01 BlfiMG TREATMENT NEEDED IN THE CiASE OF accidental HEMORRHAGE Valunblo Hint fur All AVhon Axtorlos arc Wounded Illccdlng From Vpln Jniproslslng n Tourniquet Tlio Pliyaiotnn Wlion profuso liemorrhngofrom a wounded Wood vessel occurs tho beholder lo ho friend or btnuigor b in many Instnilcos so torror strickon ho loses all presence of mind and thus many lives have boon SttcrlAwd which might havo boon bos oiI by tlnioly In tervention In nearly nil cases of hemorrhagu much moro apprchoiislon Is oxclted than Is wnrrantcd Tho amount of blood actually lost Is goncrally much overestimated There is a common expression a llttlo blood makes a great show This Is qulto true for a email quantity will bOU much clothing and but llttlo need brf added tn a basin of water to render It very high colored It Is well to re member that about ono clghth of tho weight of tho human body Is blood In other words that ...

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. — 4 December 1886

S- h VOL I ScttcttU Stitofttfecmcnto THOMAS LINDSAY Manufac luring Jeweler No 00 Nuunnu Stroot a Ifnnolnln 11 X t Particular attention paid to repairing It Q U UULH h Lawyer itml Notury Publle wiiiit iii is rvtuuuuuunu oirccu - j fi i A WANTED SUGAR BQILER Apply to C BREWER CO Mechanic Engine Co No 2 ANY PERSONS HAVING IN NOTICE their possession any FIRE HATS OR BELTS Belonging lo this Company will please bring them to tlie Hell Tower or leave word where they may be found with J C WHITE Survey engineer Hell Tower w Mcdonald oitt snonisa shop OPPOSITE IANTIIEONSTAnlKS I6 FottTsfHKRT IV Horse hoeing In all It banchcs done by the most erienceil workmen Ilcll Telephone 8i A MORGAN No- 70 nail 81 King St Honolulu Carriage Manufacturer Horse Shoer and General Blacksmith Repairing promptly attended to Orders from the ether Islands solicited Hell Telephone No 161 Boat Building Shop Rear of Lucass Mill JOHN T DARE Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office No 13 Spreckcls Mock Honolulu II I P O D...

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. — 4 December 1886

f if It IS II i LI C T j sSS hvw wair7rXtfi rrgf V ftfofV Tiie Daily Hjgiiald is published EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tub Proprietor by the Press Publishing Co Limitkd JVt thn OmdnNJ CO Moroliant St TKiius or BvnsaiuvTiox Per nnnum A 6oo SU months in 3 Thr months li Per month 5 - Postage additional tWfSubarrlpllomt Vaunbteiti Ailennm Tlrief communications from Ml parts of the Kingdom will always bo acceptable All milters intended for publication as ell m bust DM communications and advertisements khould be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBR 4 1S86 ON TRIAL Henceforth the reconstructed Cab inet may be fairly assumed to be upon its trial It has been too early hitherto to have taken it into critical account Only in the midst of the distracting not to say dissipating influences of the Kinos iubilee birthday fcstivn vg the Ministry made complete by pointment of an Attorney General The protracted festival being now at an end so far as the public are concerned the Governme...

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. — 4 December 1886

TID2 Daily Herald Vlll Ijo for- Wiilo Dally fit tho XUiiooh T 0 THRUM Portitrcct J It SOlER Merchant tlrt CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Sttcct rloo O ContH SATURDAY DECIJMBR 4 1S8O JOCALNEAVS A new and improved omnibus has been put on the Palama route There will probably be battalion drill by moonlight on Friday evening of next week The electric lights fizzed out at ten oclock last night for lack of fuel to feed the engine There will be a thirty minutes prayer meeting in the Y M C A at 1225 to day All arc welcome St Andrews Priory fancy sale begins at ten the Reformatory School Band to play in the afternoon A chance for capitalists or colonists will be given in two pieces of land at Leveys auction room this noon Pilgrims from over the Pali report a very bad hole in the road this side of the repairers house about five miles from town A musicale will be given at the par lors of Oahu College on Tuesday eve ning next to which friends and patrons of the schools are invited Farmings Island wat...

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. — 4 December 1886

m w I i A P vfypitrv wipwwpRwwr j w injAEiniriiroBnft SOMETHING WHICH CONSlStd 61 UNCOMELY FACIAL CONTORTION tolin n GougHa Host Thing How i Dor Laugh The Jolly Family Doctor Lincoln antV tlio Lnuglilni SpottVosti Ington Our Humorists Why Is It pooplo dont Hko to bo laughed at What U laughter anyway Apparently a very Innocent affair a muscular contortion rarely n comely twist of tho features Could you Imagine anything mora lnughablo than to have Charles Sumner nnd Tom Corwln brought into social contact for an hour Sumner always felt of a joko as ho would tho handles of a Iwittcry and tho result was a shock Ho hated a joker Corwln was cor ruscntlng with wit and fun In splto of himself Ho was tho greatest statesman and wit com bined tho country has over produced Ho died at last as you havo seen a vast dlschargo of rockets flashing nnd illuminating and then suddenly all was darkness fdraver Lincoln however was moro grim Ho was not so royally a laughor as Convin But what would you givo ...

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. — 6 December 1886

f VOL I Scttcml JlbbcrttBcmcnts THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler No GO Nimnun Strcot -Honolulu H I Particular attention paid to repairing Q B DOLE Lawyer and Notary Piddle Office at 15 Kaahuinanu Street WANTED SUGAR BOILER Apply to C BREWER CO Mechanic Engine Go No 2 ANY PERSONS HAVING IN NOT1CB any FIRE HATS OR BELTS Belonging to this Company will please bring tliem to the Hell lower or leave word where tliey nny be found with j c win in Survey Engineer Hell Tower j w Mcdonald gity stmnrxtt shop Opposite Pantheon Stables 116 Fori street Horse shoeing In all Itsbanchcs dona by the most enenced workmen Belt Telephone 181 A MORGAN No- 70 and 81 KIiir St Honolulu Carriage Manufacturer Horse Shocr and General Blacksmith Oil Reiiilriruz promptly attended to Orders from the Iit Islands Koticited Hull Telephone No 6t Boat Building Shop Rear of Lucass Mill JOHN T DARE Attorney atid Counsellor at Law Office No 13 Sprcckels Block Honolulu II I P 0 Box 94 TO RENT rr sitr rorrAOE now occupi...

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. — 6 December 1886

TtfJG DAILY JffEMLD IS PUtlLlSIlfcO EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS o tiik Pnoritirroii by tub Prem IudluiiingCo Liu l ted AI thoOfliop NoCOJIorolinnt St TKIIUS OF HVDSOttlPribX Va annum 6oa Snmoiitnj 300 ITire months t50 Per month 7 SeU Pottage additional X3T Suhtcrtpttons Vntahle in Advance Htief commitbicattonj from all paru ofjthe Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended for publication a well as Imsi nn -communications and advertisements should be addressetl to THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY DECEMUR 6 1S86 THE CHURCH PAPER The Anglican Church Chronicle for December announces the retirement of Rev Geo Wallace from the associate editorship Henceforth Rev Ale Mackintosh conducts the paper single- handed An article headed Our Intentions forcibly reminds Church men of their solemn obligations and responsibilities ICA Friendly Warn ing is directed to young Hawaiian in connection with the elevation of one of them to the position of Attorney General They arc told You have j grand o...

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. — 6 December 1886

TllE DAILY ID2IUL1 AVill be foi Hlilo TDully tit tho IFol l lowinc X3luuntt T OTHRtlM i fort ilrcct J It S01TR Merchant tlret CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Sited Jrloo 13 ContH MONDAY DECISMBR 6 1886 LOCALjtfEWS A second edition of Gynbcrgdrink enstein lias had to be issued Four cases of drunkenness and two of opium were slated last night The lanterns at the Hotel entrance had candles burning in them last night Prof 15crgcr promises a generous supply of music for the moonlit week Officer Iwalikc yesterday captured two Chinese smoking opium in a hqusc on the Palama road General Dominis and Captain J II Drown are going to Waialua this isl and to morrow The First Angel Rev i4js the subject at the S D A Bible reading Gymnasium this evening Major Heep Savey thinks the bur lesque huge especially haw haw the songs of the equerries- A lumber laden schooner said to be the Arlow is reported to have entered the harbor yesterday evening The Herald is asked to contradict the statement that the burles...

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. — 6 December 1886

1 tisM WriWtaaM The Daily Huiuld IS IUULlSIlEt EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS OR Tll PROrWKTOR BY TUB IRBSS 1UOtlSIIINcCo Limited i At thoOittocsNWQOTVtorohnnt St K nut us of NVBsqmirioy Per annum 11 4 600 Slxmontnsm 3 o Hire months i 15 ier month r J50CU Pastaga additional Subscriptions Iaunbe in vfrlrmico 1 Tlrtef communications from Ml parts ofjllie Kingdom will always be acceptable Alt matters Intended for publication as well lis busi ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY DECEMUR 6 1886 THE CHURCH PAPER The Anglican Church Chronicle for December ahnounces the retirement of Rev Geo Wallace from the associate editorship Henceforth Rev Ale Mackintosh conducts the paper single handed An article headed Our Intentions forcibly reminds Church men of their solemn obligations and -A Warning responsibilities Friendly ing is directed to young Hawaiians in connection with the elevation of one of them to the position of Attorriey General They are...

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. — 6 December 1886

The daily Herald 1 for ml Tidily nl tho 3rl IowImk 1j1hoom T 0 THRUM rortMrect II S01TR Merchant utreel CRYSTAL SODA WOilKS Hotel Sticct rlod t ContM MONDAY DECISMIVR 6 1886 LOCALNEWS A second edition of Gynbergdrink enstein lias had to be issued 1 n 1 m 1 Four cases of drunkenness and two of opium were slated last night The lanterns at the Hotel entrance had candles burning in them last night -- - i Irof Dcrgcr promises a generous supply of music for the moonlit week Officer Iwalike yesterday captured two Chinese smoking opium in a liquse on the Palama road General Dominis and Captain J H Brown are going to Waialua this isl and to morrow The First Angel Rev 14 the subject at the S D A Uiblc reading Gymnasium this evening Major Heep Savey thinks the bur lesque huge especially haw haw1 the songs of the equerries- A lumber laden schooner said to be the Arlow is reported to have entered the harbor yesterday evening The Hekaid is asked to contradict the statement that the burlesque just...

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. — 6 December 1886

Nt n 5TTrT5itlswr V TT w Vit n WWIilMliMiiViriWMWiiiiiyWiliViViiiTiiilaw MID SOAP AND STARCH WASHING AND IRONING CLOTHES DY MECHANICAL MEANS Improvements In Intinrtry Work DurlnR tho Inst Twenty Ycnrs In ttio Wnsli ltoom Whirling In Cylinders Centrifugal 1owor tollsli TUcro -fan expression current that tho na tions using tho most perfumery uso tho least soap Carrying out this Inforonco to Indi viduals would lx porlmi going too far but thoro may bo Bomothlng In tho soap question when applied to laundry work that will bo of interest without being personal Tho growth of Improvements in motliods of laundrylng during tho last twenty years has boon marked Indood it la tho opinion of somo that tho real laundry work proper dotes from about ton years ago Supposing all aro familiar at loast by observation if not by oxpcrlonco with tho wash day appliances of tho kitchon lot us tako a look into ono of thosa modern laundries and rco what a nmrltcd clinngo thoro is in methods if not in results On...

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