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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 18 December 1886

VOL I General 5WbcttiBcmcnt8 Christmas AND is is bomn Willi a HfB variety of R001N suitable for presents to old and ounij Kccolvcd by tlic Mariposa Chinese New Goods rem Christmas Presents I mbroldercd Sllic Handkerchief with lior das In nil colors Embroidered Grass Clotli llniiilKcrcliicfs Silk Crepe Sllawh nil colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Pongee Silk and GtasS Clotli Fans in Great Variety Also a full lino of Fancy lCnglish and Ameri can Goodsj a full line of Millinery Goods Mccs new patterns i Kinbroidcry Linen Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing Hats Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and luljrcns Undenvcar nnd In short eveiy thing to be found in a first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Comer Fort ctstci X32otel Sta FOR SALE OR LEASE PREMISES SITUATE1 ON THOSE Iunahou street called Knnanilohhthe property of C II Judd arc for sale or for lease for a term of years 1ur particulars Inquire of ALEX J CARTWRIGIIT Honolulu Dec n 1886 TelBDl Honolulu December t 1886 From the first day of Ja...

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. — 18 December 1886

Pr- m IS E The Daily Herald IS PUllliSllKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT GUNDAYS or tiIw tKormiTOR rtvr111 Imwis IihiiimimuUi lllMlTEIlj 1 1 t t AI UinOniPNi SOMorohiint fit I 4- - -1 -- riiniiH or svnsaltirriox no eranrmm SU mmilm 3 Dire montU 5 IVrmonlli Socu Postago sddilioml XST Snbicrljtftom Inyabti n li7riiicr llrief ommunlcatlom from nil parts of the Kingdom will lwaj be acceptable All matter Intended for puMlcnthn a well liujt ncommuntcalorn and ndvertlemcnt lioud bo addreMed to Tllr DAILY IICRALD SATURDAY DECEMBR 18 1SS6 THE OCEANIC SUBSIDY Yesterday we omiltcd to reply to the Advertisers article of Thursday on the Oceanic subsidies for want bf time to further investigate the case of the mis sing ten day clause There is no need of bandying words with our contempo rary as to our motives That paper habitually assumes an omniscience of the motives and inciting causes of con temporary utterances which it dots not always possess As however the matter seems to have been settled be yond th...

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. — 18 December 1886

Tjik Daily nbiuiii Will bo for hiiIo JJully al the T 0 IltKUM Iotljiren II SOICK J Merchant jirccl imlAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street XMtoo f5 ConlH HAIURDAV DKCEMUR 18 t886 LO0ALNJ3yS Jitncl concert this afternoon The steamer Mokilii from Molokai arrived at midnight There was a heavy run on yester days issifc of tfie HiIkalo Temperance meeting by Y AI C A committee in howlers yard at 730 this evening nil The purser of the AhuneUi has our thanks Tor a large supply of Colonial papers The border inside the v path beside the Government buijding has been sit with pretty plants All the Government offices will be ihsed on Saturday December 31st in hone of Queen Kapiolanis birthday f Messrs Ilullister it Co have dis tributed artistic calendars to keep Lorillards fainotts tobacco in the pub lic eye An Englishman dont you know was astounded yesterday at the Post Office refusing to take copper one and two penny pieces for bstage E D Tenney Kansas City and Walter Dickson Scotland registered at the ...

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. — 18 December 1886

till fustfe tit litlt Tiiiti A writer lu The IftlVeBton Netfs ball attention to tliu fact Hint the grentest duinngo dono on tho beach during tho re cent storm along tlio gulf const occurred utter tlio tldo Imd turnud nnil tommoncud to ebb Ab tlio tldo turned tlio velocity ol tho wind Increased forcing tlio water In ward wlillo tho receding tldo cxorttd nn outward pressuro thus causing n churn iny motion of tho wntor to and fro and a whirlpool around ovcry obstruction met wrenching to pieces buildings which had fallen from their piling and undermining tho piling of thoso still standing Fcuco posts two teat In the ground from which tho fences had boon provloysly washed wero torn from tho ground by this churn ing motion of tho wntor leaving holes wlicru thoy stood from ono foot to eight een Inches deep Chicago Times Wiu Willing to Lot It do Iloro Is n story by a fostlvo nnd vorac ious telegraph operator A woman went Into tho Luke Shore Michigan Southern depot telegraph olllco 4th of Ju...

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. — 20 December 1886

VOL I AND- IS fficncml bucrtiscmento Christmas is If you are in need of a GOOD CUTUNDER CARRIAGE BUGGY PHAETON or CART call on CM AS T HOYT corner or Alakea and King streets before you make your purchase elsewhere Every carriage is warranted for one year TII0MAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler INo GO Nunriuu Stront Honolulu II II Particular attention paid to repairing C U DOLE ritwuer and Notary Iublle Oflke at 15 Kaahuinanu Street JOHN T DARE THE Com I Willi a largo variety of goods soitnblo for presents to ohl and young Received by the Mariposa Chinese New Goods FOR Christmas Presents rmbroiilcrcd Silk Handkerchiefs with bor ders in all colors Embroidered Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs Silk Crepe Shawls nil colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk lonrjce Silk nnd Glass Cloth Fans in Great Variety Also a full line of Fancy English nnd Ameri can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods Laces new patterns ol Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing Hats Caps etc Ladles Gentlemens and C...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 December 1886

The Daily Herald V ntlOMKB mm 1 EVERY MORNING EXCEPT rZtTl rv T imv intVtm I nmmiff Lirtif CO ZUtmimnt St- rnnttn orr mcisrmox fwuc UiraiJ Cr XntrrlptUni IKjmVe In Ailianf wtlalxSjtloeufCiriWS JUImaarnfrfcaBfaf feriwtBi twaTtl THE MtLY IfERAta MONDAY DECEMITK 20 iS4 THE BAD SPOT The Hawaiian ptibtic raett socm cry oat to be jdren a rest from the stale exhibits of Hawaiian finances com bined with wile and rskebierom larions on the future of this country duhed up in San Francisco papers There was a noretly about the initial spattering of a dnappinted man but now even that charm is gone and the people on the Coat must be getting sick of Hawaiian politics If the pro fessedly independent paper of Hono lulu tried earnestly to reflect the true slate of affairs at home they would not only have some degree of influence noTt with the powers that be but would form and consolidate a public opinion that might avail great things for reform in the future There is enough influence dbjoMd toward goo...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 December 1886

Tub Daily TSmmm w ill 1h A Hll rllIV t tlm lrol luwinu XMiiomw - r 1IIKUM Portstfot it Mll It tuMftUiKnl Uriel V ll MJUMVDllKS Ilottl SltLel Prloo r ContH MONDAY DECKMHR go 1886 LOUAL NEWS The Moanui plantation began Grind mi last Wednesday ll Captain Davis tcports line weather on il iliaincr Likclikcs last trip i 1 1 A party went out to the Waikiki baths 111 a wagonette yesterday I Jlic Kttrckaand the Ella bad each a newspaper mail for Mr Soper Mr L IL Kerr will probably lie hack from England by the Zealandia at Christmas An overcast sky all day yesterday is probably a further premonition of a Kona storm One of eighteen horses shipped on the Claus Spreckels died on the pas sage from San Francisco The W II Dimond and the Glaus hprcckcls were nearly out of water when they arrived in port All the vessels arrived from the Coast within the past two or three days report an absence of trade winds The Kinau will sail for Kilo but nat the volcano tnis afternoon returning on Friday Her volca...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 December 1886

ftf r f K It It I I r If 1 11 t T- - f Mnrrf - EVOLUTION Two lying form In pathless deeps of flight Watched ttin great pphcrcd about tticm wheel nml flnmo And ninny a ilnnM where It wrapt with might Round many n central sun they named by name They upolto of races whom tho gradual jpell Of wltdom won had rated from crime and vlco How liato and din lmd mndo this world n hell And loro had mado thatwOrld n parndlsol And while they alngled cither near or far Bright orb from orh In heavens untold nbyra At last ono J0lntetl to a certain star And Bald with dubious gesture What of thbr Earth It li called tils muslDg moto replied By thoso dim Bwnrnw Its continents beget Tls n ounjr star and they tliat thcro abldo Shall not wear wings HLo us for centuries yctf Edgar Fnwcctt In IJppIncotts SUNSHINE AND GOOD HEALTH Vitalizing Effect of Colored Itays Nmli Nation Exempt lrom Scrofula In tho first plnco for tho ordinary pur poses of life for nil pcoplo ivho nro woll or nearly well tho full whlto li...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 21 December 1886

AND Sff VOL I Cjcitcntl Jiuucdiccmcnta Cinstmas AND IIS is uoming Willi a large variety of rowIs suitable for presents to old and young Received by tlie Mariposa Chinese New Goods FOR Christmas presents Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs with w dVrsinall colors liniliroMcreiJ Grass Cloth Hindkcrchicfs Silk Crepe Shawls all colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Iorujce Silk and Grass Cloth Vans In Great Variety Also a full line of Fancy Hncisli and Ameri can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods Lues new patterns o JCmbroidcry Iinen Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing lists Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and Childrens Underwear and in short every thing to be found in n first class Dry Good Store GOO KIM Corxior UTort asid lEiotol Sta FOR SALE OR LEASE TMIOSU PUEMISKS SITUATKt ON 1 Iunahou street called lCanallilohiallic property of C II Judd are for sale or for lease for a term of years for particulars inquire of jLi2XJ CAUTWRIGHT Honolulu Dec n 1 886 Honolulu December 1 1886 From the first da...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 21 December 1886

B- Ht IVr l ftrywsfirfTArjayVaaui Tim Daily Itmutl 13 PUnUBlltiD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS o tub PrfornitiTiR VTlilImc PuMWiiioCi IiXiitcuJ At lhc Ollluo No SO iMorqliiuit U tiu us or wnsciftiTioy cr nnnum Si month llireinontln ier month rosnc ndilitionil 600 300 5 i56ct xy SutHirrtittviii VainKc tn Aitrtnirr liner communication from all parts ofjtlie Kingdom Will alwn i be acceptable All mMtpr intfmtM far nnlilicatian ni well a Itllsi n rftinmunirntiaiM nnil nclvcrllumcMS h6uld I a MrcsMid to J1 TUB DAILY HCRALD TUESDAY DECEMBR 3i 1S86 THAT CLAUSE There is a suspicion of bluffing about tle Advertisers discussion of the Oceanic steamship subsidies particu larly with regard to the missing ten days clause It talks of Hansard reports but says nothing about its own legislative report which said that the clause passed A reputable gentle man said yesterday that he was almost willing to swear that he clause passed while he was present in the House The Advertiser report said The amend me...

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. — 21 December 1886

Thk Daily IIunKi loWlUU PlUOOHJ I THRUM ti snlI H rWAI SOUA WOltriS Prloo f5 ConlH I ort street Nf ci CliAnt Krcct Hotel Sltcct IUKSDAV niSCEMHR ai 1886 Many Portuguese were looking for Chun J look on Sunday The Honolulu Rides mustered well and had excellent squad drill last evening- About time thcMinistcr of the In terior had street lapps restored in the burnt district Gasoline seems to be in stock again by the brilliancy of the street lamps the last two nights Tnat Kona if thats hat it came with blasts and roars and O 1 was ing pours uu ouuui iiiiii A new enterprise in the shape of the manufacture of German sausages is shortly to be started by Mr Mcllcr l II I I II Much liquor was sent nway by the Kmau to the other islands probably most of it ordered for holiday festivi ties Mr Yarndley would like to meet all the members of Fort street Church choir in the church this afternoon at 3 oclock The panorama of the volcano is drawing very well and will not go to the Coast just at present...

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. — 21 December 1886

I - fata ilTriiiyViVe YHe MuAoifs of cHlLbhEri aI6unl Tlmt nroNot tturilonert Walk Borrow To Knvo Expense rcrsom ll Ing on West Madison street will notico tlmt Ihcro U almost every hour of tlio day a small funeral en route to n cemetery lying hfotv miles west of tbo city Theso proysslons1 cons lst of ono carrlago or two nnd occasionally thoy reach tbo dignity of having as many as tbrco in lino Then is novcr any Iicwsj and tlio only indication that n burial is in prospect is to bo found in n small plain wooden box which Is carried en tbo footboard of tho drivcr3 oeat on tbo ilrst carriage Tlio mourners donotGcom overwhelmed Jrith sorrow Thcra oro nlways n woman or cr two and somo men ondnow and then somo children Tbo men emoko pipes and appear to bo enjoying tlio trip tho women Gossip with tearless oyca and nppear as if thoy woro Imund to tho woods for a picnic Tho beer saloons nt nnd beyond tho limit aro patron ized on tho outward and inward Journey Tbero U no grief no appearance 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. — 22 December 1886

VOL I CI AND 15 1- - ipyaiJyltliiiyrtMi flr General uucdiscmcnls istnias is uoinnio Willi a hfge variety of Roods MtltnMc Tor presents to old nnd young Received liy the Mariposa Chinese New Goods rOIL Christmas Presents 1 mbroidcrcd Silk Handkerchiefs with lw d r in nil colon Kmliroidcrcd Grass Clolli Htiulkcrcliicfs Silk Crcpo Shawls nil Lolors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Pnngec Silk nnd Grass Cloth j Fans in- Great Variety Alsi a full line of Fahcy Hnjdisli and Ameri cin doods a full line of Millinery Goods lves new patterns of Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs all kinds Clilldrcns Clothing I his Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and C hildrciis Umlciwcnr nnd in short every thing to he found In a first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Corner Fort and Ideate Sta FOR SALE OR LEASE PUIJMISIJS SITUATED ON TIlOSi llinahou street called KamnilohiaUe property of C II Judd are for sale or for lease for a term of jcars I1 or particulars inquire of ALEX J CAUTWUIGHT Honolulu Dec 11 iS85 Honolulu December i 1...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 22 December 1886

I- k pws wwpni Tirrt Daily tlEUAivf is runristiKO EVERY MORNING rXCCPT SUNDAYS utrt 1 rit i Iiihiiiiiini lo jMiTri At Uio Oint No SO 7Uit ohtint St r usTjr srjwmrrrmx r annum SW month Thro month Per m wllj Prattle niU liftirL e hi Sect tT Sntnerlpltniti Vitinli r In iitritnrr Ilrief cwnmmicalio i from nil annf the Kingdom will nlwysj nccxpuM Ail matte intended for imMication a well i Iium n communications ami advcrtifnent sliouM I addressed to pfM THE DAILY lirRAtD WEDNESDAY DECEMUR 22iSS6 MORE ABOUT THAT CLAUSE On August 27th last Mr Crcighton editor of the Advertiser was Minister of Foreign Affairs and as such occu pied a seat in the Legislature That day the Oceanic steamship subsidy bill was before the Assembly for second reading and the following U an extract from the Advertisers report of the debate thereon Mr Thurston moved to insert after the word month the following Nor unless the sailing days shall be at least iir Ant c nnnrf The amendment carried and the section passed as ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 22 December 1886

Wfcw mUC1l The DaIly IIehald 111 1o ill i m hi I3lly nlllie Kol ltiwlltu thtijon I o IIIKUM rVtslreel I t sOIIlt Merchant Uteet SODA WOK KB Ilulcl Slieet Ltloti d OoiiJh se WKDNHSDAVniSCIJMlJR 22 1886 LOCAL 71 The S S Australia sails at noon for sin Francisco the mail closing at ten Col Thompson fr a budget of southern papers h W our thanks Washington and Halcinatimau on a small scale was mimicked yesterday in the burning of rubbish in the cellar of the late Sailors Home A beautiful specimen of the hawk moth with a proboscis several inches Ion was caught and let off again on lort street yesterday An outgoing schooner went ashore on the reef between the Bell and Spar buoys last evening but we have been unable to learn her name A dead hog thrown in the harbor at brewers wharf was floating round amongst the vessels yesterday and emitting a terrible stench The saloon keepers are trying to combine in an association for mutual protection against beats and unlicensed liquor sellers The Chr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 22 December 1886

If U IV l GutolMAWtMCfcfl rwitarir ja5SSfmi i UP IN tufe LOFT Qjt totho lorn the cfilMrvn ito lien t lie Un Is hot In tbe mifmner sVy I Out In the born vrhcrp I lie livelong day Tlw brrorH rustic the fragrant liny Oh tlio balm of tho perfumed nlrl Oh the breath of the flower fair Witch bud and bloom In tho meadows wide With daisies and Imttcrctips Mo by sldol Up to tho loft cries Jack well co For tho breeze Is cooler up there yon lmow And golden hahcd EIlo follows him fait Till tho top of tho ladder is reached at list And orcr their IitiiU In tho rafters strong Tlio doves nro cooing their sweet Ioto King Wlillo In and out at tho rsldo birn door The swallows nro teaching their young to soar Oh dear old bam on grandpas farm Maywlncl nor storm ever do j ou harm for grandpa In llio long oro Over your rafters cllmlicil wo know And rrondma quaint liltlo tnaldcn Bhc Hit oliotun playfellow used to be And with book and dolly midst tho hay Up in tho hayloft loved to ploy Mary D llrtno A HOME ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 December 1886

VOL I AND- Office Telephone No 301 A ui ut2MLj 6cncril ulictiiccmcntc Christmas is Coming AND- IS Willi a large vnricty of goods suitable for presents to olil ami younj Received by the Mariposa Chinese New Goods FOR Christmas Presents Kiubtoldercd Silk I Iandkcrcliicfs with bor ders In nil colors Kmbroidcred Grass Cloth IhntUccrclilcfs Silk Crepe Slnwli all colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Pontjcc Silk and Grasi Cloth Fans in Great Vnricty Also a full line ofKancy EiiRlIsh and Anicri can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods Laces new patterns of Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing Hals Caps etc Ladles Gentlemens and Childrens Undciwearj and In short every thing to be found in n first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Corner ZTTort and Xlotol Sts FOR SALE OR LEASE PREMISES SITUATED ON TIIOSK Punalioti street called Kanantlobialhc property of C II Judd arc for sale or for lease for a term of years Kor particulars inquire of ALEX J CAimVUIGHT Honolulu Dec it 1886 Honol...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 December 1886

iTiii Tire lAlL IfellAIil is punuSnilo EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUHDAY3 II r l i ml i rn Co Iim At t ho Onion No -20 Min obimt St TiutHs or svnsrnipnox er annum Six months Hire months Per month PcKtisoniUUlicnil 300 IJO T Subscript Join Inunbn tn iilvitiice Hnfeammunicilions from all parti of tlio KingJom will always b ncctptaMe t All matters intended for publication as well as litis nf communications anil advertisements should be addressed to the daily herald THURSDAY DECEMUR 23 1886 AN ABUSE There is something barbarous in a law that allows the stopping of a man from taking passage out of the King dom without tlie intervention of judge or jury upon a claim that is squarely disputed and can only be set tled by mutual arrangement or refer ence to the courts When as in the case reported to hae happened yestcr day the victim of the law is called away on such an errand of humanity as the illness of a wife the proceeding is calculated to work great hardship Writs of capias in other countrie...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 December 1886

TltK DAII7y itelLtb aviii i r H 5alv m in Vol lowllllt JMlUfHI i o mm i II sOll R IAI OIA WORKS LMoo T CoiiIh Fort street Mrrchnnt nhti Hotel StlLet IECEMMka3t is3 pi I JRSDAY iACArNRW Chun Hook ought to know enough to come in when it rains If anybody lias had an umbrella hooted charge it to Chun Hook Ilicrc is to be a hard legal tussle 0cr sundry tax assessments at the January term Doth the Klrnu and the W G Hall will he due to morrow from Hawaii and Maui the neonlc of Honolulu chiefly in ask ing each other I las the steamer been signalled yet The authors of GynbcrRdrin ken stem arc reputed to be rolling in wealth from the proceeds of the bur lesque There was one arrest for drunken ness and one for assault and battery last night Anything to be taken in out of the rain A carriage costing 600 has been made for the King by the Hawaiian Carriage Company to be sent to Samoa Some of the stores have sold out all their umbrellas They did not antici pate two rainy seasons on top of the legi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 December 1886

ESwsKECjlBaBtfwiWcswMiSsjjiSS IN SOUTH GAltOLlNA SKLTCH OF THfc WIFE AND DAUGH TERS OF A MOUNTAINEER llrlushiRTIiclr Oooils toTtlurliot Arllthy llnblt Trailing nt llio CScnoral Store A So Cnilcti Home Tlio Kitchen Out lt No Hope Tlio streets of Asliovillo tiro wonderfully quaint urn ilcturcMua Thoy nro so partly by vlrttto of tliclr unllkcncro to anything clso with which tho northern visitor accustomed to Industry thrift and tho Ufa and stir of business Is fanilllir Poverty and content ment go hand In hand Yonder n barefoot dirkcy with crownlccs hat and dilapidated trousers chalTcrlng with n countryman over n wotemiolon composes well but tho Anglo Saxon eecms nn niton clement Ilc turcucnes3 it not hti forte Ho is lean and scrawny whllo CufTcy 13 fat and nhlnlng Cuffoys tones and laugh nro mellow and unctuous tho soul of good nature and lovo of enso How through them Tho conn tryinmi speaks with a sad and gentlo drawl Ho may not know It but ho was mado for better things than to pick t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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