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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 7 December 1886

VOL I Ccitcinl Jlbbcrttccnunto THOMAS LINDSAY f Manufacturing -Jeweler No GO Nuimim Stroot Honolulu H I - J j Particular attention paid to repairing S 0 DOLE i Lateyer and Notary Public Office at 15 Kanhumanu Street ANY PERSONS HAVING IN NOTICB any FIRE HATS OR BELTS Belonnjng to this Company will please bring them to the Bell Tower or leave word where they may be found with J C WHITE Survey Engineer Hell Tower t w Mcdonald atrr hiiohino mior Oppositk Pantheon Stam ks iiG ronrsTHKBTl Horse sho lng In all in t nnrhes done by the moil erienced workmen Hell Telephone 18 1 A MORGAN No 70 nntl 81 King St Honolulu Carriage Manufacturer Horse Shoer and General Blacksmith Repairing promptly attended to Orders from the -1 11 I- -- I Il tl t l XT 4- wiiit iiaimv uticu iqii sviciMivnu no iut Boat Building Shop Rear of Lucass Mill JOHN T DARE Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office No u Sprockets lllock Honolulu H I P O Dox 04 TO RENT THE COTTAGE NOW OCCUPIED BY MR I W Tucker containlm six rooms ...

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. — 7 December 1886

l 1I 11 t j f TIWV Tim Daily Heiialb IS PUULISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS OR TIIR PROPMKTOIt nV TIM 1M PuDLISIIINO Co LlMITKD Xttthn omo WoJlCOtMovohniit St f TBIH 01 SVHSOIlilTlOX lcr annum 600 SU montrn 300 rhrcmont1u i 5 IcrmonUw 5ct ii 1 1 i t Postage additional SST lubicrlptlona Jaitibo in Alennea ftrtc communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All mitter Intended for publication as well as lAni new communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY DECEMBR 7i S86 HAWAIIAN DECLINE There is npthing more lamentable in the present status of the native Ha waiian paople than the fact that they are being pushed into the background in the real life of the nation Strange races from opposite cndi of the earth imported Into the country for contract laborers partly at the expense of Ha waiians are taking up land and culti vating it learning trades and making a good living by them opening trading shops and acquiring a competen...

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. — 7 December 1886

aowVlmhtil mm The Daily IIeualb AVlll T foi hi1o Xnliy tit Uio r othrum itftiofttfre5t i SOIKR Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA VOKKS Hotel Street Jrloo 13 Cttils TUESDAY DECEMBR 7 188G L00ALNEWS The Missionary Gleaners hold a pink festival December 17th Mr Hnrt presented fiVc gallons of ice cream to the St Andrews Priory fair J His Majesty has given Mr Dayton D M too as 11 nucleus for 1 police sick fund Marshal Kaulukou left by the- Kinau yesterday on an official tour of the Islands The shadow of a coming society event is taking shape in the Elite bakery Howe and Saunders billiard mntchcomesoffat McCarthys hall this Rev E Bailey and wife Wailuku celebrated their November 29th golden wedding on Water rates till June 30II1 next must be paid by January 15th or have 10 per cent added Mr J J Williams was kicked by a horse while he was crossing Fort street on Saturday receiving a severe bruise on his leg One arrest was made last night for fast riding one for larceny three for drunkenness one...

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. — 7 December 1886

Vbi lMtmuXGlfi A GREAT JJIGflWAY THE NATIONAL ROAD LAID OUT NEARLY SEVENTY YEARS AGO Interesting Reminiscences in Connection with tho Onco Topnlar ThorottBhrnro Illstorlo Associations Noted lnsjcngcrt Over ttio ltonil JJowfow know anything of tho national roadt It has been so ecllpsod by railways that many well informed peoplo dont know that such a structure was over built Awny back in 18l8tlieronroso ncrlouaopprc honslon that tho growth of tho west would causo dlsalToctod politicians to want a differ ent capital ft western union and during Monroes administration congress under tho advocacy of Henry Clay Tom Denton Gen Lewis Cass Thomas Ewing and Andrew Stewart inado appropriations from tho national treasury and tho work was vigor ously oxocutcd Beginning at Cumberland mountain it extended across Pennsylvania Virginia Ohio and Indiana westwnrd Tho design was to connect tho national capital with St Louis Therood bed was reduced to a grado of flvo degrees was niado thlrty flvo feet wi...

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. — 8 December 1886

VOL I cncral SLbbcrltBcniculs Cdnstmas Willi a large variety of poods suitable for presents to old and jouriR HccclveU ty the MariposV CliineseNew Goods Christmas Presents Embroidered Slllc Hamlkcrcliinfs vltli bor ders In all colors Embroidered Grass Clotli Handkerchiefs Silk Crepe Shawls nil colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Pongee Silk and Grass Cloth Fans in Great Vnriety Also a fall line of Fancy English and Ameri can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods Lices new mtlerns ol Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs alt kinds Childrens Clothing Halt Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens anil Childrens Undeiwenrj and in short every thing to be found in a first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Comer IFort ctaa d EHotol Sto THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler No 00 Nttunmi Stroot Honolulu H I Particular attention paid to repairing o u DOLE 7ninr unit Notary lublle Office at i5Kaahumanii Street Mechanic Engine Co No 2 ANY PERSONS HAVING IN NOTICE aly FIRE HATS OR BELTS Belonging la this Compviy will please br...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 8 December 1886

It I IS- W s The Daily Herald IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORN ING EXCEPT 3UNDAYS oh Titu PRorRiRTOR nVriiit Imivi ImiLisiiiNoCo Ln At tlio OHloo No CO Moralmrit St Ttutus of svnsaitrvriox cr annum Sin montM Tlire tnontln rr month 1 - Postage atlJitlontl 6no 3 130 50CH 3 Sutntcrlptloiiti inynbo ffirrt lUief communicatlonfrom nil part of the Kingdom will always be ncnlablr All matter Intended for publication as well IjujI n communications and ndcniements vhould he addressed to THE DAILY ItHRALD WEDNESDAY DECEMBR 8 1886 PRESS PRIVILEGES The Bulletin the other day had an article severely criticising the managers of public events for their want of con sideration to the press While the strictures were in the main just excep tion should be made of several institu tions and many public officials in Honolulu which and who arc always extremely obliging in furnishing facili ties for reporting and in tendering legi timate information to the press Con ductors of newspapers and their staff recognize 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. — 8 December 1886

The Daily Herald wrill Ijo Cat mhIo Dully lit tlio lowlHB 131UCHHJ Fort street T 0 THRUM v Merchant slreet SOPEK t II CRYrAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Prloo C Crmln -1 i 1 1 i VElNESDAYlECBM13R 8 1886 L0CALN13WS The Band plays at the leper hospital this afternoon Oranges of good quality ore hawked round at moderate prices Mr lr B Aucrbach is going back to his old place as fioolt kecpcr for the Kilauea Sugar O The breezes gave people detained down town full benefit of the band concert at Emma square last evening Mr E W Purvis late to the King is engaged as book keeper for the Koloa Sugar Co Kauai Mr Wickc carpenter and Mr Car sons assistant purveyor at the Queens Hospital arc each reported seriously ill Messrs Arthur E H Swift Norman D Gastin and Herbert H Gastin have entered into partnership as cane planters at Kilauea Kaui The Bulletin reports hundred of Chinamen engaged in the ellictt distil lation of whiskey in the Kohala moun tain district Hawaii turning the liquor in dimijohns 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. — 8 December 1886

a- fW vv wifM m Mtfe SOME OF THE TRIUMPHS OF AnT OVER NATURE Mnlrionft Mtulo llcimtlril by Vntiifill Op enitloiis Noses Itumihtclcil mill Arti ficial llynlitstiois Insortinl Dlnieitltlos or llliillo Milking Kvcryono who desires lcnuty may Tics scss II to a certain extent In theso days of In vention mid a curious Httlo man who has n small workshop In ono of tho tfdo streets up town whciio lie cufrWon n rather jiocullar nnd novel tradb Noses nro remodolo1 ho continued fingom made to taper Insteps to nrcli and my work that of making dimples nnd long c ptnxlics has added tho llnlslilng touches A liaiulsouio faco without n dlmplo Is ns lost to real beauty M u potato without salt Is lost to table I havo but lecontly Bet up my cstab lUlimeiit hero but lntho few months of my ivjouin havo tmnstormed many a plain girl into a dimpled beautjsnrid added eyelashes ns I0113 as mi Inch to tho buro oycllds of a f aw othcra Ik tho operation of having an artificial dlmplo mado very painful queried tho...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 9 December 1886

w VOL I ScnctJtl SMITHS Planetary Almanac AND Weather Guide 1887 With calculations for the Hawaiian Islands of the TIMETO PLANT According to the scientific theory of Lunar Influence on Vegetation For sale at the Honolulu Hook stores Price 21 cents Ti Honolulu December 1 1886 From the first day of January next the rental of instruments at present in use in the Districts of Ewn Waianac Waialua and Koolaupoko will be re duced to 500 per month GODFItlSY brown President Ken srs Attn The undersigned will send carts round the city for removing house refuse placed in containers Orders to be left at his office 84 King street or with the drivers Nominal rates will be charged N F BURGESS Honolulu December 2 1886 NOTICE To Hackmen AND LIVJ3RY STABLES If you are in need of a GOOD CUTUNDER CARRIAGE BUGGY PHAETON or CART call on CHAS T HOYT corner of Alakea and King streets before you make your purchase elsewhere Every carriage is warranted for one year THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler No GO N...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 9 December 1886

B P - I Bfo I Kfc m I IN Lii fcnw iirryiffmnifti ts puiimshisu iiiXiiMniiii miinilnri Tiie Daily Herald EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS or tiir rKornlitTOK bv Tim IRffcs lunLisiiiNrtCo 1 IIMITRtl i 1 At the Onioo No OO Mmqlmn t St TKHMA OP HltitSOIUlIlOir cr annum 6no Six montris 3 co Thro months i t Jo Per month 5ct Pottnge additional 1 tST aiibnerlpllinta Vaiinbln tt Atlrnnrr llricf communjendoh from all parts nfgdio Kingdom will always be accrptauic All matters Intended for publication ns well as Iuiji nM communications and advcrtliements should tie addressed to THE DAILY HERALD- THURSDAY DECEMBR 9 1SS6 A SWEDISH EXAMPLE In connection with the discussion of industrial education the following account from the Chicago Mail of the excellent institution founded by a lady in Sweden will be of interest The summing up of results by the lady her self displays very succinctly the bene fits likely to follow the training of chil dren in manual work Miss Eva Rhodes has founded an ideal school i...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 9 December 1886

1 I The Daily Herald -Will Do fou Hilo Dully uttho Kol lowlnir 1j1ioh T 0 THRUM tort street III S0PIIUI Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street JJrlto O CotitH THURSDAY DECliMIlRt 1886 B LOOALJJJSWS General Dominis has gone to Wni nlua i Many people visited the panorama of the Volcano yesterday Pacific Hose Company is to have moonlight drill this evening Mr Michicls will give three cornet solos at the band concert to night Monthly meeting Church Aid Society Y at 230 this afternoon of Womens M C A hall A reward of ten dollars is ofTered in this paper for the delivery of certain personal papers at the IIkkald office In answer to inquiries of some of our advertising patrons it fc learned that the holiday trade is opening fairly Miss Chilbcrg is going to start a millinery store on her own account in the place hitherto occupied by Mr Krouses restaurant Fort street Social of the Ladies Benevolent Society parlors of Fort street Church 730 this evening Musical and literary programme...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 9 December 1886

F7 Bi t t TtlrLtw VitJCi mm SITTING IN DIIARNAT t REMARKABLE EXAMPLE OF TH CRAHMANS CUNNING A lcrilcxliiB Stnto of AflHIrs 111 Olio Wny of GnlnliiR n Iolnt Throo Hundred Thousand lcoplo Icnvo Tliolr Ilnium Ab sitting In dlmnia ia nn oxtromely curi ous practico tho renders of this jouninl may llko to know something about it Tho Brnh muus imvo nowlioro shown a raoro remark rtblo oxnmplo of tlioir cunning than in creat ing among their countrymen a liellef tlint their persons ivcro designed by God to bo under all circumstance Invlolnblo and that to doprlvo them of life or to hurt their per sons directly or Indirectly is a crimo that admits of no expiation On this persuasion Is founded tho practice of sitting in dhanin When a Brahman desires to gain somo point which ho has found it Impossible to accom plish m any othor way ho goes to tho door or house df tho jxirson against whom his suit is directed and tlicro ho sits down in dharna with poison or a poniard or somo other means of sulcido...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 December 1886

VOL I Scitctnl ucrttecmcritB SMITHS Planetary Almanac AND Weather Guide 1887 Willi calculations for the Hawaiian Islands of the TIME TO PLANT According to the scientific theory of Lunar Influence on Vegetation For sale it the Honolulu Hook stores Price 25 cents Till Honolulu December 1 1886 From the first day of January next the rental of instruments at present in use in the Districts of Ewa Waianac Waialua and Koolaupoko will be re duced to 500 per month GODKUEV IIKOWN President Householders If you are in need of a GOOD CUTUNDER CARRIAGE BUGGY PHAETON or CART call on CIIAS T HOYT corner of Alakea and King streets before you make your purchase elsewhere Every carriage is warranted for one year THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler No GO Nuuuuu StrootI Honolulu H I Particular attention paid to repairing O B DOLE Lawyer and Notary 1iiblle Office at 15 Kaahuinanu Street Mechanic Engine Co No 2 N OTICE ANY PERSONS HAVING IN their possesion any FIRE HATS OR BELTS Itelominj to his Company ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 December 1886

Vt BiSaBaa rrnr irru i n i miii i inrnum it rnimn in artrwn Tiie Daily Herald ts runLisilno EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS OR TIIR PROrRIKTOR DV Til IRUSS IllllLISIIINOCo LlMITKI -At tho OHloe No o Arqrlmut St j1 Aima f - run us orsvnsottiirioy er annum 6no Six months 1 30a I lire month 150 Itr month 50CM Postago additional 3T Subierltlonlttjahe In Ailvttnrr TIlrttf communication from all parts ofjilio Kingdom will always be acceptable All nutters intended Tor publication as well as bust ns communications and advertisements should be a Idressed to TIIE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBR 10 1S86 V PRISON REFORM The National Prison Congress re ccntly met at Atlanta Georgia One of the speakers was much applauded in the course of the following remarks on the system of leasing comicts The politicians play with this great question On one side they decry the system because it brings convict labor into competition with free labor On the other side they argue that the tern is an act 01 justice to tne...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 December 1886

The Daily Herald VlU bo for wtlo Dully lit the 3fol lowltiK 3lujeH 1 0 IJIIlUM i ii sorii The Ilonokaa last Saturday Tort street Mtrclrtnt street f KVblAl SODA WOKKb Hotel Street Prion Ij cfoutH 2 Friday decUMBR io 1886 LOCAL Uittalion drill this evening mill started grinding Two opium and two gin made up the slate last night victims Captain Lawrcnrc of the bark W II Watson is sick of low fever Many storekeepers have holiday goods coming on the Australia It is said Chun Hook is under oath not to be rcrapturcd alive Mrs E Macfarlane has moved into the Waikiki residence of the late Queen Emma Col M Thompson has favored the Hekam -with November dates 1 Southern papers Apart from the growing holiday trade business has not been duller in a long time than at present A Chinese prisoner was seen going up Nuuanu avenue with a baby in his arms yesterday morning Hon II A Widcmann with a party of friends went to Waianae on the steamer Waimanalo yesterday The howlers after Mr Z K Meyers official...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 December 1886

R fciv r rsvKrTWt V w grars on- gram cultim COME FACTS ABOUT CALIFORNIAS GROWING INDUSTRY licut Wlilo Ore on rlelds of Ornprn Idttlo Lett to Will or Nnturc Slips or Cutting A Well Trlijimetl Vino ynnl Outlicrlng tho Irult I am going to eot down somo facts about grapes and tills very great Industry which I lifuocoino across out hero in tlio California vineyards In tho first plice It may not bo Rcnerally Known that wo Rather two crops n year out hero from tho most of our vines But this Is tho case It scclns stranga to seo tho prcat wlilo green fields of grape still continue green us green as It Is posslblo for green to lx nil tho season through without a drop of water and go right on and blossom and bear n second crop so soon as tho first ono Is gathered and it Is u fact to storo up In your memory nnd sot down to tho credit of Cali fornia Thoro aro perhaps fifty kinds of Inos hcroj raaybo I could safely doublo that number Dut tho most popular grapo Is a Hungarian variety Wo uso no Spa...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 December 1886

A i TT J VOL I cncral bbcitbcmcntc SMITHS Planetary Almanac AND- Wealher Guide 1887 With calculations- for the Hawaiian Islands of the TIME TO PLANT According to the scientific theory of Lunar Influence on Vegetation Tor sale at the Honolulu Book stores Price 25 cents Honolulu December i t88f From the first day of J muary next the rental of instruments at present jn use in the Districts of Ewj Waianac Waialua and Kooluipoko will be re duced to 500 lCr Mouth CODIKKY IIKOWN President HousehQuers non The undersigned will send carts round the city for removing house refuse pjacedin containers Orders to be left at his office 84 King street or with the drivers Nominal rates will be charged N F BURGESS Honolulu December 2 1886 NOTICE To Haclcrxieri AND LIVISRV STAB LBS If you are in need of a GOOD CUTUNDER CARRIAGE BUGGY PHAETON or CART call on CHAS T HOVT corner of Alakea and King streets before you make your purchase elsewhere Every carriage is warranted for one year THOMAS LINDSAY Manuf...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 December 1886

H fseam wos VrSrir X W v ft minliltiiiiii In ilinl ihiiimil i irr iV iTiiitiia rtfHiPii TlIE JLiJLY IlEKALB is ruuusitEo EVERY MORNING it ECEPT SUNDAYS OR TIIK lKOPMKtOH V TUB 1KBM IUpLMIIINClCO ItMiTrn v kWVHifylfr ntnuH or sviisnnririox er annum 6x Six montns 3 on Thru months i5 Per mnnlh 50CH Postage Additional XV Sittiseilpllima Vninhn 11 Atlenncr Ilricf cammunlcitiont from nil iam bfthe Kingdom will amayft be acceptable Alt matter Intenderl for nuMlcltlou nt well m Ijuj n communications and ndvcrtlNetncntt should be nudrcseu to THE DAILY HJRAID SATURDAY DECEMBR n 1886 THE EXHIBITIONS The Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society has not for a few years jast tlond much td distinguish itself as a national institution in the discharge of its several functions and duties It is however gratifying to find that the Society has awakened to new life and activity through the reviving enthusi asm of some of itf members who were the mainspring of its credit ibe per formances in past days There 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. — 11 December 1886

Tub Daily Herald Vlll bo fY hiiIo Bully it tho lowlna 31iiuh THRUM fori lrn r 0 I It bOtHKM Meriliint street KVblAI SODA WOUKS Hotel Struct l3iioi B Contw SATURDAY DECEMHR n 1886 LOCAJNliWS One drunk was the only charge on llic slate last night - i n if - No word of Chun Huok up till one oclock this morning Gospel temperance -meeting in Fow Itrs Yard this evening at 7130 I Mill IP II I Mr A 13 Sprockets and Mr C AV Smith have returned from Waianac The Rifles contemplate a hop at their armory on Washingtons birthday Christmas and New Years Days will be national holidays this season as usual Why shouldnt they - The Kukataii mill started grinding sugar last Monday The Kckaha mill is running night and day 1 There will be a thirty minute prayer meeting at the Y M C A at 1225 today All arc welcome The Hawaiian Mission Childrens Society will meet at Oahu College this evening at half past seven oclock The sea was so rough at Hamakua this week that the schponers anchored there were compelled...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 December 1886

ft ICWst i J v - f v vw ap a BIG HATS AND LONG HAIR HOW THE COWBOYS USED TO MAKE THEIR OWN HAT8 ItawMdo Molded In tlio Grouiul and Dried In tlio Run Ulg IMmmod Fur Hutu Thnt llnvo Taken tlio Old ltaw lililcn llnco Tnko Bays a cowboy of tbo plains for instance tlia cowboys big rimmed bat Tbo fact alono that it lias boon worn without changing fashion for generation after genera tion Is enough to indicate that use not vanity dictated its origin Until roccntycarB when tbo importanco of theso bata was recognized by hnt manufacturers and wool felt and fur wcro turned to account in making thorn wo madoour own bats A bolo as near tho slinpo and slzo of our beads as wo could inako it was dug in tho ground A largo circular piece of rawhide wot soft and pllablo was spread over tho bole With a bunch of grass or buckskin tho center of tho rawbiilowas pressed down into tho bolo until it assumed its Mfc o and slinjKv Tlio surrounding clrclo of bide which was to bo tho rim was kept flat on tho grou...

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