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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 December 1886

VOL I General berttecmento ABO OK Office telephone No or REFERENCE TO THE eiislat frank Godfrey Report of THE LAWS PASSED COMMITTEE REPORTS MINISTERIAL STATEMENTS AND THE FUN AND FRQLIOKS OF THE LEGISLATURE of 1886 Price - 4 per Copy ON SALE AT J II SOPEK FOR SALE OR LEASE PREMISES SITUATED ON THOSE Punihou stitxt called Krmaniloliiatle property of C II Jmld are for sale or for lease for a term of years 1 or p uticitlars inquire or ALEX J CAUTWRIGIIT Honolulu Dec n 1S8G Ti Honolulu December 1 1S86 From the first day of January next the rental of instruments at present in use in the Districts of Ewa Waianae Waialua and Koohlipoko will be re duced to 500 per month GODFRUY UKOWN President NOTICE To Hackmen AND LIVERY STABLES If you arc in need of a GOOD CUTUNDER CARRIAGE BUGGY PHAETONor 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 INo 00 Nuunuu Stroot Hun...

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. — 24 December 1886

O 5 iffifvltrftffi ii i fik rmf 1vrTWwaKi tTHE Daily Kekali t IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING ilv EXCEPT SUNDAYS UK TIIK PKOfKIKTOR DyJtIIK PfthS ltiULISIIINGlCV Limited At tho Oflloe No CO Morohtmt St r TliRVBOVliiVllSaiUlTIOX erannum Sit months Thrc months Per month Soo 3 co 150 1 jo cm rostasOdhional KST Subscriptions Iaiabe fu Aitrnnce ltricf communication fro a all parts ofjlhe Kingdom will alwayi be acceptable All matters Intended for publication a ella bu nt communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBR 24 1886 RETREATING FOOTSTEPS It is to be regretted that the Adver User when compelled to retire from the position it hastily took on the ten days clause in the Oceanic subsidy hill has not taken the course of an independent nublic iournal by joininc us in de manding an investigation into the scan dal involved in the mysterious omis sion of that provision from the bill Our contemporary brought very oppro brious accusations against the Heral...

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. — 24 December 1886

Tied Daily IDuaxd Will 1B A Hl1 TlllV t tl IFol hiwlnit Xlltoeni T o THRUM rortslreet I II SOlIR i Merchant street RYMAL SODA WORKS Hold fitrcet Jrloo t CcmtMt FRIDAY DECEMBR 2441886 UCALNEWS Alakca street was an isthmus be tween two wide strenms yesterday One lodger in the Merchant street hotel last night entered as drunk Wouldnt it bo a lop sided sort of a public question that didnt have two sides The Honolulu Library and Reading Room will be closed on Christmas ay- The Christmas entertainment of the llcthel Union Sunday school abides more settled weather Captain Ru5tt of the Ella had a nail penetrate his foot about half an inch through the shoe On Wednesday The Zealandia must be allowed the day of grace for English mails at this season therefore need nc cause disap pointment by not arriving to morrow At five oclock this afternoon the Fowlers yard Sunday school will have a Christmas festival in the parlors of-Tort-street Thorain was very hard on the new plants on the mountain side...

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. — 24 December 1886

IB h I P ft n IF n jK ninmijIimn lyjT Hfr AM THE DAILY NEWSPAPER FRANK OPINIONS FJUJM A MAN WHO IS IN THE SWIM Vrlien Well Done the Interview In Ono of the Highest Kxssniplca of Literary Art Martvn to ltcttlUm Tho CotnlliR Man Stenogrnpliy What do I think of tho interview as a feature of tho American newspaperf1 replied Julius Chambers Tho Now York Ilernld cor respondent ns ho snt on tho porch of tho West End hotel lost night When It ts well done tho Intcnrlow Is ono of tho highest examples of literary art when badly done it fa infa mous It should present a vivid plcttifo of tho man or woman with whom tho conversation is held should incidentally depict tho talkers mannerisms physical und mental and should convey his ideas In tho Bamo ecquouco as ho utters them I mean by this that tho in terviow should not bo dressed up Its English should bo Uint of tho spenhor not necessailly verbatim but pos sessed of- tho mans characteristics Do I maco myself clear Tor example nearly overy man wit...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 25 December 1886

VOL I Scitcral dbttcrttBcmcttts Christmas is Coming AND IS Willi ft largo variety of goods suitable for presents to old nnd young Received 1y the Mariposa Chinese New Goods FOR Christmas Presents Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs with bor ders in all colorsj Embroidered Grass Ciotli Handkerchiefs Silk Lrcpe Shawls all colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk rowjee Silk and Grass Cloth rans in urcat variety Also a full line of Fancy English and Ameri can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods Laces new patterns of Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing Hats Cap etc Ladies Gentlemens and Childrens Undetwenr and in short every thing to be found in a first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Corsa or ITort crnel KCotal Sts C J McCarthy has Received moi THE San Francisqo per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very cnoicc collection ut cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Ductus Lit tle Uudc3 i npiets Uherubs ana the Fine Flor de Cuba Also some Full Dre...

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. — 25 December 1886

t tfi - fu JH WWTRPj W V 3 TEMCXS OF XVBSCniPTJOX n y craaoan XklT IWWIIntin Pcriaaakr2i PotH tiMnVinil The Daily Herald on this men n m Tire Daily Herald IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING KT EXCEPT SUNDAYS rat -me Pvtmm if tub PBB PtHlCo LiMnra J At Office To SO Merchant St oo 3x0 150 JOClt Sfbttrtpttcn PayBtrt 4frarr Bntf csctsaaicauom frost all pans of ike KInjJom Til alnji MxxptaUc AU atLtsitA tar pnUicoiko u in xi Uut K coeusaaicatioa aad admtitsxsM ihoald Ik THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBR 25 1SS6 CHRISTMAS GREETING its first Christmas wishes its patrons friends contemporaries and onstitu ents a Merry Christmas and many happy returns of the anniversary of Peace on earth gcod will toward 1 CHRISTMAS SERVICES At the Lyceim The services to morrow at the Ly ceum on Nuuanu avenue will be as follows Sunday school and Bible class at 945 oclock Services at 1 1 oclock with preach ing by the Key E C Oggel pastor of the Bethel Union congregation v The rite of baptism will be adminis tered bef...

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. — 25 December 1886

inwrrrrr The Daily Hehaxd Will be foi mile Dnlly ul tlio 3ol lowlnu IMuoohi f OTIIKUM Fort street J H SOPKR Merchant ttreet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Rticcl Jitoo O ContM SATURDAY DECENIBR 35 7m LOCALJNEWS The holiday trade was livelv yester day and last evening Mr Congdon hassavory meals sent to his cell from a leading restaurant M 1 The streets were lively with Christ mas buyers and sight seers last night All the military arc summoned to attend parade at Kauinakapili church on Sunday E L Parker arrested last week for trying to run away from his debts has been released 1 i iim1 1 m Panorama of the volcano on Queen street will be open all this day and evening I The Club House Dining Rooms will have a Christmas dinner from noon till eight this evening 1 11 The Bulletin sheet Christrnas ink last evening got out a neat half supplement in blue Messrs Hollister Co and Mr J W Hinglcy have the thanks of the Hkkald for Christmas favors The Y M C A is going to give a jolly good entertainment ...

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. — 25 December 1886

V I Ly i I SC Hz bj i i nrmTmmn The Daily Her alb IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING HV EXCEPT SUNDAYS fOR TIIK PdOfHIKTOR OV TIIK PRESSUIll8mNOC0 1 1 I Lihitkd At iho Oflloe No SO Merchant St 1 1 rRtt vsOFwviisojtiiriox erannum i 600 Six raonttu 3 o Thrtr montliV IV -S iltrmonthj t 150CU Postage additional 0ST Subtcrlptlon Ino6V Atlvnntr Brief communications from all part of the Kingdom will always be acceptable AH mttent Intended for uublicatlon as well as busi ness communications and advertisements should be addressed 10 THE DAJLY HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBR 25 1 CHRISTMAS GREETING The Daily Herald Mr Henry Billin writes I have use on first Christmas wishes its this 886 its patrons friends contemporaries and onstitu ents a Merry Christmas and many happy returns of the anniversary of Peace on earth gcod will toward men The R V M 1 Jill CHRISTMAS SERVICES At the Lyccitm -V services to morrow at tne reum on Nuuanu avenue will be as follows Sunday school and Bible class at 945 oclock Services at...

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. — 25 December 1886

I 1 Tile Daily Herald V111 be for stile JDnllv lit Iho 3Tol lowlnir 13Uiooh V O THRUM fortstrcet J II SOlKR Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Jrloo O Ccmtrt SATURDAY DECEMBR 25 1886 LOCALNEWS The holiday tiadc was llvclv yester day and last evening Mr Congdon hassavory meals sent to liis cell from a leading restaurant Hi 1 1 The streets were lively with Christ mas buyers and sight seers last night All the military are summoned to attend parade ut Kaumakapili church on Sunday E L Parker arrested last week for trying to run away from his debts has been released ii - Panorama of the volcano on Queen street will be open all this day and evening I The Club House Dining Rooms will have a Christmas dinner from noon till eight this evening The Bulletin got out a neat half sheet Christmas supplement in blue ink last evening iLni 1 Messrs Hollister Co and Mr J W Hinglcy have the thanks of the Hkkaid for Christmas favors m The Y M C A is going to give a jolly good entertainment o...

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. — 25 December 1886

s f V KILLING A MOOSE AM AMATEUR8 EXPERIENCE IN THE GREAT MAINE WILDERNESS Utonlrjg a Call on a Kirch Bark Trum petIylng In Walt lor tlio Game A Very Severe Attack of the Ilnck Apae Three years ago next month said Cnpt Erlo Mltlotv the lumber contractor I svas up in Malno and as I had never been in tho Bt John river wilderness I mado up my mind to tnko advantage of a couplo of weeks leU uro and spend tho tlmo in that country I hired a guide- who was well ocqualutcd with the region a strapping young fellow who had grown up in the wil Jerness and was al most a part of it Hisnomowas JohnBlye and he was tho third of that namo grand father father and son who had folianed the calling of hunter and guide in that part of Malna Ho took mo a four days journey northward and wo camped on a stream that emptied into tho St John only a few miles from the siato Una Blye assured me all tho way up that If there were any moose left In tbo state wo would bo sure to And some whero wo were going and suro...

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

- VOL I mctitl 2Ubcrtixcmcnt0 Cdristmas is Coming AND 18 Willi a laG6 Variety of poods suitable for presents to old and young Received by the Mariposa Chinese New Goods FOR Christmas Presents Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs with Iwr iters In all colors Embroidered Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs Silk Crepe Shawls all colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Pongee Silk nnd Grass Cloth Fans in Great Variety Also a full line of Fancy Kntjlish and Ameri can Goods a full lino of Millinery Goods Laces new patterns of Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs atl kindsi Childrens Clothing Hats Caps etc Ladies Gentlemen and Childrens Underwear and in short every thing to be found in a first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Cornor Fort ama Hotol Sta C J McCarthy HAS RECEIVED FROM San Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Duettas Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cherubs and the Fine Flor de Cuba Also some Full Dress Pet Swee...

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

I U rauiri n ati Tine JiAiffi Herald EVERY tS IUIUiSllED EXCEPT SUNDAYS rixrm pRontiftra bitiik PmaPurusmKCCo LiMiiruJ i1 AI tho OIllco No GO Mlcu olmnt SI TKttilS Oils VlischlltOS cr annum 600 Six mouths 300 Thre monttv 150 ir montoi joci Iostage ndliti6nal tT SuhnrlptloHK PniablcZin Jilrmicr communication from all pantifitho Kingdom Mill always DC ncccpiaLIC All matters Intended for Dublication as kcII as Lusi nm communications and advcrtiements should Le addressed to THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY DECEMllR 27 i836 THE LOAN PLACED As will be seen in a repoit copied from the Call elsewhere the first issue of the 2000000 loan consisting of one half the amount has been placed on the London market The jame advices have been received bv the house of McssrsGWMacfarlane Co here with later particulars to the effect mat mere were applications for six hundred thousand pounds or three million dollars It is also understood that the Government has received a letter of credit by Saturdays steamer for ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 December 1886

TOHiiilaiiilailHilMslMHHWBOTSFWW 5 I - MlaPWMnwmi iinTmrni - - - w i R 4j J THE HAWAIIAN LOAN Colonel Mncfarlone Notified that it has been Placed Yesterday Colonel 0 W Msicfarlnt the financial Agent of the IlawaiLn Kingdom who was deputed by King Kalakaua to negotiate the 2000000 loan infaimcd n Call reporter that he transaction had been completed he inline received the following cable message London December 17 1886 C V Macfarlane Palace Hotel San Francisco Cal Firt issue Hawa iian loan made to dy All classes in vestors eagerly subscribing largely be yond amount required Stock I5x change makes loan 5 per cent pre mium Loan enormous success Svndicaii The loan Jlias been floated by Matlucson Co the London bankers who with Haring Jiros floated the last Chinese loan of 10000000 Col Macfarlane said that on the transmission of the news to friends of the measure he had received congratu latory cablegrams and telegrams from London Glasgow and Washington A bundle of them lay onhis tabic 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. — 27 December 1886

witimraJasa lWWMlttMMlMltaia cb DCfilccincntij AN INTERESTING LECTURE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN young and old small or tall you arc all requested to call at the ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS H J Mart proprietor 85 Hotel Street at an early date to give your order for the coming Holidays You CAN MAKE CHRISTMAS CHEERFUL by ordering some of our cele brated Ice Cream which is pronounced the best Wc have also a great variety of Plain and Fancy Cakes on hand so well known for superior Make and Quality IT WILL BE OUR SPECIAL AIM to make an extra quality of CHRISTMAS CAKES this season in regard to Material and Finish A splendid lot of the CHOICEST CANDIES has just arrived per steamer Australia also an elegant assortment of Fancy Candy and Bon bon Boxes Just the thing for a Christmas Present Send in your orders at once 338 Mutual Telephone Bell Telephone 1S2 The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily until 1 1 a m HOLLISTER CO rHave Just Received A EINE ASSORTMENT OF DRESSING GASES MANICURE SETS PERFPME...

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. — 28 December 1886

VOL 1 1 Enteral bbcttiochtcuts Cliristmas is Coming AND IS With ft large variety of poods suitable for presents to old nnd young Heccivcd by the Mariposa Chinese New Goods tor Christmas Presents Embroidered Silk Handkerchief with bor ders In all colors limbroldercd Gra Cloth Handkcrchlefv Silk Crepe Shawls all colors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Pongee Silk and Grass Cloth J -ins trt or cat variety Also a full line of Fancy English and Amcri can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods Laces new patterns of Embroidery Linen Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing lints Caps etc Ladles Gentlemens and Childrens Underwear and In short every thing to be found in a first class Dry Goods Store GOO KIM Corsior Eort and XXotol Sta C J McCarthy has Ktxnivrct irom San Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Dusttas Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cherubs and the Fine Flor dc Cuba Also some Full Dress P...

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. — 28 December 1886

MIMSWkaWteMi - yti iii i gmta The Daily Herald IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNLNG EXCEPT SUNDAYS fortiis Pnonilnro nyJniE InEjiPiDLismMolO Limited At tlio Oflloo No CCOtoreimiit St TKit3tsJ6iHtiii80iiririox er annum i SUmOntni lTre5 tnoithi Ftrmonlh logage additional 900 300 130 5octs JOT Subscription lniableZ1 ttlruire ilcief communication from all pins oOithe Kingdom - will always be acceptable t All tnaltrt intended far nuttltdtion aft wellAS bllsl nss communication and advertisements ihould be a Jilrcd to THE bAlLY HERALD TUESDAY DECEWBR 28 1886 THE COLONIZATION SCHEME Although- little has beeo said in the press regarding the Oahu Colonization Companys scheme during the past few -months yet it has never for onc moment been lost sight of by the origin ator Mr Dillingham or those whom he has rallied to his aid Capitalists in London have had the matter in hand for some months making a careful investigation of the project through the assistance of maps and much detailed information It is no...

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. — 28 December 1886

M jjlwlm wiLJim inriiwgcwluXytw The Daily Herald Vill bo foi Flvlo Dully nt Uo lowlna IlllOOBi T 0 THRUM - Fort street I II SOtfcU Merchant street f RYS1AL SODA WORkS Hotel Sttcet Piloo O CimtH TUKSDAyT DECEMBR 28 i886 LOOALjNEWS Tlic Mutual Telephone boys receiv ed a Christmas box of 63 collected from patrons of the line mini I There will not be a band concert on New Years Day owing to the cele bration of the Queens birthday at the Palace James D Lawson a native of Scot land 55 years of age died at Quccns Hospital yesterday and will be buried from there at two this afternoon To night will be held the Y M C A entertainment consisting of tableaux pantomime singing etc It is most likely to be a success in every way Mr H J Hart of the Elite ice cream parlors superintended with consummate success the collation to Mr Sass at the Club House last evening Fifty Japanese laborers who had been serving a term in Lihuc jail for deserting contract service of the Koloa plantation have through 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. — 28 December 1886

fljljtti t iiJ5gaSu3tai rir ri 7i Vt n r fiiiHhiiuaL SMEWAJLL JAfciCSON THE CONFEDERATE CHIEFTAINS LAST COMMAND IN THE FIELD Mortally Wounded bj Shot from lit Own Men Utter llwrera Under Fed eral Artillery Flro last Order dlvon j tho General When Jackson Lad reached tho point wlicro his lino now crossed tho tunipllto eenrccly o inllo -west of Chancollorsvllla and not hall a tnllo from n lino 67 Federal troop3 ho had found hb front lino unfit for tho farther find vigorous ndanco ho desired by reason of tho Irregular character of tho fighting now right now left mid bocmiso of tho demo thickets through which it was impossible to proscrvo alignment ln commandors fouiltl It more and ine i ulf as tho twilight deep ened to hold tbi r liroki n brigades in hand Regretting tho necessity of relieving tho troops In front Oen Jcckson had ordered A 1 Hills division his third aud njsone line to bo placed lujf rent Wbilo this chango was btns ciToctodimpatipnt and anxious tho general rotlo forward o...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 29 December 1886

VOL I General Jluiicrtiscmcnts IS AND IS Willi n largo variety of goods suitable for pro cuts to oM and young Received by the Mariposi Chinese New Goods rou Christmas Presents I mbroidcrcd Silk Handkerchiefs with bor il r in ill colors Embroidered tlravi Cloth IhndkcrchicfV Silk Crepe Shawls all tutors DRESS MATERIAL In Silk Ponec Silk and Gtass Cloth I ans in Great Variety A No a full line of Kancy KnglNh nnd Amerl tin Goods a full line of Millinery Goods I tec new patterns ol Embroidery Linen Ilandkerchicls all kinds Childrens Clothing Ihu Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and C liildrcns Undeiwcar and in short every thing to be found in a first class Dry Goods Store GOO K IM Corner 3Tort cvraea lECotal Sta C J McCarthy HAS KKCeiVEl tROM Sin I ranciscrfpcr Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collcctiop of cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Duettos Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cherubs and the Fine Flor dc Cuba A so some Full Dress Pel Sweet Capor...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 29 December 1886

I fe fr t i f JwMin hWmIM xiiii TirE DAILY HJERALl is i unusiinu EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS r tik Inorkiitroii Brjnm pREMPcnLisliiKnCo LllllTKt5 A t UioOniooNo COMorolmnt St tukjis oisvnsciiivrjox er annum 600 Sti roontn 3 Tlife month 5 Per month jocts Postage additional FT Hubicrtptlon 1ntihbJfin tilraticr IVirf communication from alt pvtft ofthe Kingdom will alwajr k acceptable All matter intendetl for publication at Ma litu nftt communication anl advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAYDECEMBR 29 1S86 TERMS OF THE LOAN The Advertiser is inclined to be face tious at the expense of this paper simply because we gave the new s of the floatingof the loan with a few moderate com ments naturally occurring in connec tion with that subject Our gratifica tion at the news was of a rather relative sort and not the expression of a syndi cate organ The tender of a loan to foreign capitalists at ninety eight was made by the Legislature also the com mission of five per ...

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