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

VOL I - citctrtl 3tbbcctiBcmcnt8 SMITHS Planetary Almanac Weather Guide 1887 With calculations for trie Hawaiian Islands of the TIME TO PLANT According to the scientific theory of Lunar Influence on Vegetation Eor sale at the Honolulu Hook stores Price 2 cents Honolulu December 1 1886 From the first day of January next the rental of instruments at present in use in the Districts of Ewi Wnianne Waialua and Koolaupoko will be re duced to 500 per month GODFRKY IIROWN President Householders 1 it 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 18S6 NOTICE To Hackiiien AND LIVJSRY STABLES If you are in need of a GOOD CUTUNDER CARRIAGE BUGGY PHAETON or CART call on CHAS T HOYT corner of Ahkca and King streets before you make your purchase elsewhere Every carriage is warranted for one year THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 December 1886

W i BrN K tm Tira Daily IMUtt Its IUULtsunn listens or siJinaiiivrJoti ernnmim 600 Six months 300 Hire months Per month Postage ndtliliomlt fflswisiHsxa5siftaaai4u EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS or Tim Pronsiktor nv Tint 1kf4s PubiisiiingCo Limited AX the OIIloo No COTVtovoluml St 150 5oct SST Subscription Vajabr In Aitvmicc lUIff communication from nil parts otSiho Kingdom will nlwtis be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as well m lm- new communications and advertisement Miould be v addressed to TIIEDAItYIirRALD MONDAY DECEMBR 13 1S8 STILL BOSS Apparently the Sprockets influence is still able to do its pleasure with the Hawaiian Government while the tax payers of this country arc made to pay for the game The way the trips of the Oceanic Steamship Company arc timed leads to this view It is taking a long time for the service to adapt itself to the changed circumstances produced by that Company engaging to carry the mails between San Fran cisco and the Colonics A yertr has...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 December 1886

THE DAILY HERALD AVill 1o for hiiIo Dally tit Uio Tol lowlntr Xluotirtt THRUM iFort siren I Q Merchant street i it cnPKU rUVStALSOlJA WdUKS Hotel Street M0NI5AY UECttMBR 13 1886 L0CALNEA Chun Hook lias now a pistol sure Yesterday wus light sliowers niiirkcd Uy frequent Mr Burgess has now about patrons for the removal of refuse 500 Several street lamps were lit last night just as if there was no moon Mr Lyons was selling off the Tem ple of Fashion stock at auction Satur day night Mr Kia Nahaolelua has been elect ed Repressntativc of Lnhainti in place of Mr Aholo - A hack was run away with from the Hotel grounds Saturday night and up set near Fort street Subject at the S D A meeting at the Gymnasium this evening is The Second Angel The Australia is due day after to morrow with a fortnights news things good to eat and the very latest Invoices of Christmas goods Captain Lawrence of the bark W H Watson is recovered from his sick ness and will be able to command his fine ship on her voyag...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 December 1886

ft It IS Msiu W GETTING TO BE MORE EXPERT IN ANSWERING FIRE ALARMS Gntlinm Flromon Unto Got Tliolr Unsl niu Down to n Sclonco Tlmo It Tithes n Flremnn to Dross Tho Ilorson Ilnr ncm Every tiny tho bravo flro IntWIos of Gothnm nro getting to bo moro expert In HwKily tomvoring flro alarms and aro on tho lookout for Improvements that will cut down oven shorter tho fow soconds nt present occupied In hitching up liorpcs nnd starting the engines of trucks rnttlltw on tholr ymy to tho llro Tho sliding pole was nn improvoiuont on tho old fashion I poll moll rush down tho stairs that snvt nearly a mlnuto of preparation Quick dressing Is one of tho fcaturos of flro lad dlo activity nowadays that Alls ovory lay mnu -with amazomont Tho lnddlos havi got tho business down to bucIi n oclcno that thoy lltorally Jump Into tholr clothe livery fireman goes to bod with his rt flroshtrb ou Ills trousers aro nlwnj kept tuckod Into tho legs of his lien rubbor boots and whon ho retires 1 rctlros simply lots...

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. — 14 December 1886

VOL I 1 General bbctlbctncnts Chnstmas is Coming AN- Witli 1 large vnricty of Roods suitable for presents to old and young Received by the Mariposa Chinese New Goods FOtt Christmas Presents Kmbroidcred Silk Handkerchiefs with bor ders in all colors Kmbroidcred Grass Cloth Handkerchief Silk Crepe Shawls all colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Ponqee Silk ami Grass Cloth Kins In Great Variety Also a full line of Fancy English and Ameri can Goods full line of Millinery Goods Laces new patterns of Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing lints Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and Childrens Undciwear and in short every thing to be found in a first clats Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Comer Xort andECotol Sta 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 at the Honolulu Book stores Price 25 cents Honolulu December 1 1886 From the first day of Jan...

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. — 14 December 1886

i 24 - it re Tina lUiJLif flBftALi Its published EVERY MORNING - - EXCEPT SUNDAYS - OR TIIR PROntlKTOIt BV TUB PRESS tUIILMMINoCo 0 Limited Ai theOracfNo OOMorohiint St 1 t thumb or svmonrvTiox er annum 600 bix montnt 300 Thre month i - 150 Ptr momlO irti 5 Postage additional l 1ST HulucrtplloiiB Vatabe in Atlnmcc Tlrief communications from all pirt of lh Kingdom will always be acceptable All mailers Intended for pulilicatlon as clln lmsi nM communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY 11LRALD TUESDAY DECEMBR 14 1S86 t RUNAWAYS The runaway nuisance seems to be increasing rather than diminishing with the steady improvement of road stock in and about Honolulu Perhaps this is one of those grievances that cannot be adequately covered by laws yet the regulations in existence if more thor oughly enforced should suffice to largely abate the evil There should be no excuse in the world for a car riage for hire or what is commonly called a hack being sent flying on a car...

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. — 14 December 1886

Tim Daily Heiiali Will imi for il J3liv ut Uio Jil lowlnu 1 1uuhj 1 o THRUM i tr tmlllt Port street Merchant street rRYbl Ab SODA WORKS Hotel Sttcet JLrloo B ContH TUESDAY DECEMBR LOCALNEWS Miss Alice Waite book ngent re turned -from Hilo with o sprained ankle Geo W De Long Post G A K will meet to elect officers his evening The Hawaiian bark Stir of Devon is slifthtly overdue from Tannings Island The steamer Iwalani will be due to return from her trip over the W G Halls volcano route this afternoon The Honolulu Rides announce a welcome to any person desirous of visiting their armory at the Monday and Thursday evening drills A hack driver named Richardson had the misfortune to have one of the carriages of the Pantheon Stables wrecked on the Nuuanu road yesterday- A Spaniard employed by the Bell I hlQ i Vm i v W km Telephone Company yesterday fell 20 feet off a tree he was trimming and striking his head on the tool cart re ceived severe injury Persons debirintf a fine suburban residen...

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. — 14 December 1886

ft ii r 1 Hfr - - 1 IC COKEY KXANl HOW A HUMORIST MANAGED TO GET AHEAD OF THE PICKPOCKETS Starting Out With i Slioop Skln AVullol n lllg Urns IVntcli Clinln nntt n Insto Dlmmiml Seeing tlio Sights Tlio llttr lliiilly lllttm If you nro going down to Coitoy Mftnd for tlio day Raid n Now York iiowspnpcrnmn to mo dont tempt cm It sroulil bo wrong JjTonipt whof Iio pickpockets my boy Conoy Island Is tliolr parndljo Loavo behind you what- ovor you dont want to part with for good Youve got wwtoh hay seed In your hair and thoyll spot you on tight Do I look g oonH Well ahcnil Bay dont arguo that ques tion but tako my advlco Thoyd rob oven Inspector Bynios down thoro I lclt behind mo sotno trinkets of no par ticular vnluo except to tho owner distributed tlio sum of 3 In my soven or eight pockets and bought tickets at tho foot of Whitehall street In jaunting around Now York I had boon a liberal natron of tho tlondwho sells lemon drops at flvo ronts a packngo and puts a prizo In tho liottom of ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 December 1886

VOL I -- Office Telephone No aoi - 4 s h metal 3Ubcrti0cmcttt Christmas is Comii AND IS Willi a larce variety of noods suitable for presents to okl and young Hcccived by the Mariposa Chinese New Goods FOR Christmas Presents Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs with bor ders In all colors Embroidered Grasi Cloth Handkerchiefs Silk Crepe Shawls all colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk ronce Silk and Grass Cloth Fans in Great Variety Alio a full line of Fancy English and Ameri can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods Laces new patterns ol Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs nil kinds Childrens Clothing Hats Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and Childrens Underwear and in short every thing to be found in a first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Comor DPort naae3 Hotel Sta SMITHS Planetary Almanac AND Weather Guide- 1887 With calculations for the Hawaiian Islands of the TIME TO PLANT According to the scientific theory of Lunar Influence on Vegetation For sale at the Honolulu Book stores Price 25 cents Honolulu Decc...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 December 1886

vk EXCEPT SUNDAYS OR TIIIPKONtittTOR OV TIIK lKESS PuULISIIINO Co tl i i pT OJK s I jlxJT5P c At IhnOnioerofeosroroliimt St thumb or SVnSOllTPTlOX er annum a 600 Si montn 300 Thrc nilmtli 11 tAJ io Per month f 1 1 1 v 50CH Postage additional A3T Siibnrrlpltoni Paiahe tn Aitrntice Ilrief communicitlon from nil parti or the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matter Intended for publication a vclln lmf new communications nnd ndrcnisements should be addressed to V THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESqAY DECEMBR isiS86 THE OCEANIC SUBSIDIES It is not surprising tp find tlffc Ad vertiser springing to the defense of the Oceanic Steamship Company at the suggestion that the corporation in question should not be allowed to draw money from the Hawaiian treasury which it had not earned Yet it could hardly have been expected that our contemporary should give away the whole case of the company in its zeal to do it a service In an article of two columns the Advertiser goes11 into the history of the present ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 December 1886

Before blossoming into poetry the Bulletin reporter should have got at the truth in his prose about Chun Hook The expeditionists of Monday did not go after the fugitives corpse but were looking for him living two or three hours before the false report came that he was shot Captain Backus of the barkentine Mary Winkelman had a fine fat goose caught in mid ocean which he was saving for a Christmas dinner Mon day night some one stole the bird The captain was around yesterday his feelings tuned to a different air from The Goose Hangs High Mr George Henry Carson assistant purveyor at the Queens Hospital died yesterday evening of typhoid lever He had been in the institution about three years and a half was aged thirty four years and n native of Germany His death will be much regretted at the hospital and throughout the com munity The funeral will tjkc place from the Roman Catholic Cathedral at three oclock this afternoon Only one drunk and the reporter turned on his heel at 1120 last nigh...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 December 1886

f I- vfe V4 rfittaMa iitfjii t332tiagrrrTrT7iiii nw i llUnMfi TO THE VOICE STAMMkniNQ AND stutjering CAN BE VERY EASILY CURED TlioArt or Volco Uilllilltic Tho Itiistng Inllortlon tlio Uot Spur to Coitversa tlon TnlkliiR Through tho Jfoso Clor Rymonn Voices Tlio Singe Tlioro yns an old Idea that tho dovl wis ro poiuiblo fornll sllsonsos and affliction If on6 sneezed it svns not bocauso ho had tnken snulT but because- tho dovll vrna toughing through his nos Ono naturally oxolnimcd Uod bless you I Tho poor wretch who Btuttcred was another victim of tho doviPa malignity In thoso days thero was two ways of curing tho stutterer Ono was to mako him quit talking and tho other was to sink tho victim In ton feet of water and lcavo him thero until tho dovll was drowned Tho first method was only nppllcnbjo to tho malo sex Thoy wcro both oflcctlvo howovor but un reasonably simple Neither method Is In uso W day to dny groat extent Mrs Florence Jarnos Adams who as far as voices aro concerned Is wl...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 December 1886

VOL I V Gtntul 5UbcrtiBtmcnUj Gill istmns is coming AND IS Willi n large variety of Rooth suitable for present to old and younu Received by the Mariposa Chinese New Goods rem Christmas Presents Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs with bor ders in all colorij Embroidered Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs Silk Crepe Shawls nil colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Ionijce Silk and Glass Clolhj Fans in Great Variety Also a full lino of Fancy English and Ameri can Goods n full line of Millineiy Goods Lacesj new patterns ol Embroidery Linen llandkcrchicls all kinds Childrens Clothing Hats Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and Childrens Undciwcnr and in short every thing to he found in a first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Corner IForfc and EEotol Sta 300 REWA11I AllOVE KEWAUD WILL TE THE to any person wio will capture and deliver to the neatest jail a Chinese prisoner bythenarrcof ACIU alias CHUN HOOK who escaped from the pane at work on Nua anu Valley Koad between the hours of 2 and 3 oclock of Tuesday December 7 ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 December 1886

P r Tub BAiitf Bmals is ruiLiSttnu every morning EXCEPT SUNDAYS OR TUB FfiOTRtKTON BVTIlK 1RRSS PuilLISIMNdCt LlkflfFD At liioOiTlqoNo GO Morohnnt St nut us or siimoiirvuox er annum 6no Six month i 30a Thre months 150 Per month Jocu PosUga ndditionil tST Siitmeitjitlon Iuiiabo Iti Ailriincc Brief communication from nil pal 11 ofthe Kingdom will always be acceptable V All matters Intended Tor publication as well as bus nrss communications and advcrtienctus should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY DECEMBR 16 1S86 WAKE UP Honolulu stands in need of many improvements for which there has been more or less agitation during past years In respect to streets lights means of travel within the city and suburbs and a variety of matters of internal regulation this city is away behind American towns of less popula tion and wealth This is a remarkable fact when the major portion of the trade and industry of the city is in the hands of Americans Englishmen and Germans who in their own count...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 December 1886

TlIE DAILY IXeKALI ViU bo for Halo Dully at Uio lowlnu XMuoph 1 0 THRUM fort street i S011Ri Merchant mrcet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Slicct Prion O ContH THURSDAY UECEMBR 16 1886 L00ALNEWS Y M C A monthly meeting this evening Croquet is now played by the elec tric light on the Palace grounds The steamer V 0 Hall sails on her usual route to morrow morning -- Improvements in arrangements are being made in the Club House dining rooms 11 1 in 1 Noltes henroost was only robbed to grace yesterdays lunch at Noltes restaurant Tlie regular monthly meeting of the W C T U will be held at 230 this afternoon in the Y M C A parlor Some wag filed in the Hkuald office yesterday a purported telephonic mes sage Chun Ilook fifteen miles off Diamond Head Natives who mauled an inoffensive Chinaman at Waianac for nothing ac cording to one side of the story arc to answer for the diversion before Judge Bickcrton on Saturday Capt Luce was overwhelmed with cash yesterday having to turn away many tax payers 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. — 16 December 1886

L sMoiis beginMS fiSTCT A CshAfHlO bEfifjftlPtlON OP THE FEDERALS IN CAMP A Quint rvmilng nntl n Glorlotm Dnwn At Bs30 In tlio Morning A B1inri Muslcotry Ilro Tlio llnttto llcgun Surprised Early on Saturday April 5 18C2 wo pnssed Snvannali tho hcmlqunrtcra of tlio general cotnmnnding nt noon wo mnilo fiut to Ilttsbtirg Landing About nn hour afterward wo landed or rntlior marched up tho stoop bluff and oncanlpod 200 feet south of tho landing four com pnnlos with our ammunition mid touts w cro sent forward to tho adyanco of tho uliolo array oxtromo loft of 1cntlsa dl vision I was appointed Immediately officer of tho day of tho remaining six This was our flrat day upon tho soil of Tcnnosseo Boon ns wo hnil solcctcd our quarters upon tho smooth grass with tho fair bluo Bky overhead wo sot about getting Bomothlug to cat and drink Tho night Boon fell and as its shades began to creep from tho east tho merry Boldlors noar tho lauding departed for their rcspcctlvo regi ments tlio stovd was c...

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. — 17 December 1886

VOL I General Jlbbcttiocmcntc Christmas is Coming AND IS Willi a laree variety of good suitable for presents to old and young Received by the Mariposa Chinese New Goods KR Christmas Presents KmurnMcred Silk Handkerchief with hor dors in nil colors Embroidered Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs Silk Crcpo Shawli all colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Pompe Silk and Grasi Cloth Fans In Great Variety Also a full line of Fancy English and Ameri can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods Laces new pittcrns ol Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing Hats Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and Childrens Underwear and in short every thing to be found in a first class Dry Goods btorc GOO KI M Coraa or Fort cm d Hotol Sta Gleaners Pink Fair The Missionary Gleaners Society will hold a PINK PAIR At the Iarlors of the Fort street Church on Friday Evening Dec 17th There will be Fancy Articles for sale also Cake and Ice Cream all at moderate rates The OLD WOMAN IN A SHOE and the OLD IEANUT WOMAN will ...

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. — 17 December 1886

ft Iff 1 1 WWf - -iii 1 1 1 in a nil i Vr Tiro Daily IIeUALD is ruitusimo EVERY M 0 RN I N G EXCEtT SUNDAYS OR rilR PROPKIKTOR HV Tltft IM IUDLISMINOCO IIMITFdJ m - Kin tlio Ortloo No SO Morolmnt St vas tu tkums or svnsaiiirriox er annum 600 Sl months 3- Hire months i J0 lr month Sct Postage aitilitlonat fiT Stilicrljltiin IMinbY in AlXriiftre Href communication from all parti nfjlhc Kingdom will always 1 acceptable j All matters intended for publication m well b tiujj n communications and advertisement should be addressed to TUB DAILY HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBR 17 1S86 THE SAMOAN CRAZE It appears that the purpose of tlit King end Cabinet to send a diplomatic agent or more correctly a political meddler to Samoa is to be persisted in At least a statement that Hon John E Hush was to be- appointed as commissioner of His Majesty to- that country stands uncontradicted after having been published in several papers some days ago If the Hawa iian Government is still possessed ol the silly purpos...

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. — 17 December 1886

Tiib Daily Herald win i ft Mul innY ut Ul li0 lowlrtir JPluueH T o TllMJM Merchant iltect SorrK i t II CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Stfcet illoo 0 COIltH FRIDAY DECEMBR 17 886 LOCAL- NEWS Mr John H Soper lias our thanks for latest San Francisco papers iii i a - Gleaners Iink Fair at Fort street Church parlor seven this evening 4ii ii n Prof Yarndlcy wil give his singing class a vacation from date till the first week in January This evening the postponed monthly meeting of the Myrtle Club takes place at the boat house 1 i The search for Chun Hook with 300 on his head still continues but so far no clue to his den has been re ported Mr Walter Hill proprietor of the Bulletin has our thanks for the loan of San Francisco papers and the Austra li is report on Wednesday night Mr Levey last night sold a goodly quantity of Christmas wares at auction although the attendance was scaiccly as full as that of Saturday night There was n fine attendance at the Honolulu Rifles drill last evening there be...

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. — 17 December 1886

Ifr SjiiimTrtliiw f o j GAMMING GiUMltS RURAL POPULATION OF THE WEST ENGULFED IN THE WHIRLPOOL Tot In tho Grain Mn Jlntrom llottlnj nn tho lnturo lrlco or Com or Nlient In tho Provision rit Too Much Confl dcnco In Tliolr Tndpncnt Wiped Out Without actual obscrrntion 0110 can lianlly rcallzo tho amount of grain gambling ilono in tho country Every vlllngo mul city In tho northwest has n grain ofllec sometimes three or four that receives dispatches wliilo tho big Iwnrri is In session Thoo dispatches cost from 810 to f20 per montli Under tho rules of tho board nnd toicgraph company tho linn must not communlcato tho markets to any ono In fact tho speculators of n town nil chip in to pay for them nnd they nil know Just how fiho 6 going Let mo Introduce you who havo not been Initiated Into tho office of ono of theso firms at 10150 n m It looks as though tho major ity of tho well-to-do farmers of tho surround ing country wcro patrons of that grain firm Tho other dcnlcrB havo dropped In n mo...

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