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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 September 1886

rA asm llIAWWffllWH THE DAILY HERALD Will 1ji for- wiilii J5hUv lit Mio liol lowiiug iMuttj t J M OAIJk ftto Merchant street T OTHUUM Port street WIclfl CJ CMtM LOOALJNEWS Ham came down straight and strong at intervals throughout last night i i n i - All the Government schools in the Kingdom will rc oiicn on Monday next Wnianae is still crying for rain hav ing only had half an hour of the moist spell until yesterday A large brass key found nt cort e of Nuuanu and Hotel streets awaits the owner at the Police Station The W G I fall brings news of fine rains on the Kau coast which means thousands of dollars to the plantations there Mr John A Palmer business agent has taken to his old occupation of dis pensing drugs in Messrs Hollister Cos The gardens and grounds through out the city are bright and green from the abundant showers Visitors may now view Honolulu ot its prettiest Mr Pratt has been promoted from third to first sergeant and Mr Lang ley from the ranks to quartermaster sergean...

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 September 1886

w if J IW Ik mwmmm m m w mm iwuvummrnmrnmmmmmmmmm m n vrsrtaBnmirvTmBPtYiK wut1K7flMWB uki i VHfwncTfx y viwmr a vn - ot t nr vv i e iik i THE CHEWERS OF GUM A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PRO CESS OF MANUFACTURE flum Choirlng nt the ltollor Skntlng ltluka Uie of Gum na mi Aid to 11 Kostlon Young Olrls Just Out of Soliool Prnctloe of Knitiloyoa Wo aro tho largest manufacturors of tho nrtlclo In this country but I should judge that there nro not less than twonty other largo Arms in tho buslna u bosldos n largo numbor of smaller lrmnufncturors scnttorod throughout tho country who supply tho local trado in their rospotlvo localities Tho smnllor manufacturora mako tho cheaper kind of clitiwitig gum from paraUlno and BUgtir or glucose Tho uilxturo is harmloss and but vory llttlo it any daloterious stuff is usod as parafllno la vory cheap ami thoro foro thero is but Tory llttlo temptation to lutroduco adulteration into Its manufacturo IVo first started in tho business in 18GS but chowlug gum ...

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. — 13 September 1886

VOL I WHAT IS THE USEt Whist Is tho use of this lmpotuoui linstof Tlio oiul Is curtain Lot us tako our tlmo And lioiud tlio vltnl forces tlmt wo wwito Boforo our day 1ms roiiclicd it golden prime What la tlio uso of niHliing with spont urcntli After old iiko t furrows lta whlto hair Why need wo hurry so to wclcomo Dentil Or go half way with hands Btrotched out to Carof Thoro Is no uso Dear hoarto If wo but wait All things will find us Lot uh pause I Bay Wo can not go beyond tho sllont gate That llos a short days journoy down tho way Bo lot us tako our tlmo In youtha fair bowers Tho summer bciIioh Is so brlof at best Lot uh look on tho stars and pluck tho flowers And when our foot grow weary let us rest Ella Whcolor Tim Disappointment of Mr Kmvnrit Mr Soward was popular among his nolghbors On tho day when tho Chicago convention was to ballot for a presidential candklato Cayuga county pourod Itself Into Auburn The streets wero full and Mr Sowards Iioubo and grounds over flowed with hi...

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 September 1886

I I s I toW T mir n iifflin nwnnwf rr xttiHfmUnititrutHisi y i r r tr ihi rh iVi ctfoi naa THE DAILY HERAM EVERY IS PUBLISHED V MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS idX TlltPOfRISTO BV Tltg PRESS PunLHIIIMd Co i LlMiiko AX the OiHcc No CO TVrtjrolmnt St y riiiai i i alii mi wi4 i Tfiitua op suusoJtiiTioy 4 Per annum Sjtmonthsv Thre month Per month Potage additional a 600 ti eo tjo 50 CIS ff Subscriptions lajiablc i ttft aticf llricf cVmmunjcitious from nil parti of the Kingdom will alwas be Acceptable All matter intended for publication as veil as busi ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1886 THE REAL OBSTRUCTIVES It is easier to charge the Opposition members of the Legislature with ob structiveness and wasting of time than to meet them squarely on the positions where they take their stand That is the only reason why such a charge has been preferred against them for they have not with very rare exceptions oc cupied the time of the hou...

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 September 1886

I THE DAILY HERALD VV1U bo fov aula Dnlly at tUo JTol luwluaJPluoun M OATJh tCo 0 THRUM frluo O CntH LOCAL Merchant street Fort street NEWS Rnin rain rain is the news from all over the group cheering The Bulletin reports the revival of glanders among horses in the city A hack was wifceked by a runaway out the Waikiki road yesterday after noon - A midnight hula dance was held at the Kings boat house on Saturday night The band will not play at Emma Square to night but will play at the drill Governor Domims was serenaded by the Royal Hawaiian Military Band on Saturday morning All Maui writes our correspondent at Kahuliu rejoices over the rainfall of the 8th oth and toth A Chinaman suffering from opium pains was uttering dismal moans in his cell in the Station House last night Mr George Markhanlort Surveyor and bride have returned from their honeymoon trip to the other islands A drunken native on horseback was putting himself inconveniently in the way of travelers on the Palatna road ab...

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 September 1886

V frfr II IF i EKOVj jrtivt ft MjMgaasw LIFE WITHIN L1PJ3 - I HOSTILE ARMIES OF MICROSCOPIC ORGANISMS WITHIN MENS BODIES 31 Ilutourn nml ltivnl Thcorloa What Vitcclnntlnii Cun Temch V 1 Mull clno nil Vxnct Sclonco How Dlnonno In To Ho Conquered All aro ngrood now that dlsoaso i In groat pait at least duo to thu prosonco In tlio oly ofwlmt mo known as microbe Tunis microbes nra liilnuto microscopic ant miloranlsin which gat Into tbo boJy cltbor fiom tbo atmosplidro or by otlior moans and produce tbo diseased stato Tbo point upon wliKh uiollcai men tllTor is tbs exact man nor in which tboy act on tbo colls of tbo biiinin body Mr Iasletir wllb whom is nOctatud Mr Tyndall tho coloi rat d lngllsb naturalist Is uivliuod that tbvlr Injurious ollcct is duo to thoir destruction of u certain portion of cell iiiittoi which tboy call tbo pabulum Now tbo thiory upon which tboy tboieforo propose to givo Immunity from dlsousols to Introduro into tbo body nuothor ut sim ilar inicobf which will doit...

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 September 1886

VOL I PRISONERS AT CAMP CHA8E Tho Kntorprlno Illaplnyod InllnnnlnRntt CoiiatnictliiE Tunnels Tools Usoil Whllo nt Camp Clirtso wo lournctl In va rious ways how somo of our fellow-prisoners nt Cmnp Morton wero klllotl wan tonly as wo thoughr wlillo attempting to escape by tuunols which thoy hiul mado from within their prison lnclosure los ulbly thcsostatomonls wore mado to check us In Blmllnr olTorts for oscapo as tho plannlDB and constructing of tuunols cur ried on with groat secrecy was a popular enterprise for sovoral mouths In Camp Cluiao after nil hopes of an oarly oxclmngo wero destroyou Wo lcaruou anu imti rea sons to bollovo thnt wlion It was known by thoso In command at Camp Morton that Buch a tunnel would coma out nt a certain point beyond tho wnlls tuo guards hnd orders to shoot any prlsonors who mado their oxlt thoro ntid that some wero so shot without any other attempt to secure thorn For tho correctness of this state ment wo must roly on mou then confined ut Camp Morton...

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 September 1886

I vt FT H t I VSl m eipr v - THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Fo the 1roprirto jiv thr lr KSs IudlisiiinoCo Limited At tlio OHlop No CO Marolmnt St THK3IS OF HVllSOniVXIOS Per innum 600 SW montns 3- Thre months 150 Per month W 5octs Postage additional KV Siibnerljittoim InjnWo in Jrlrmirc Ilrief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matter intended for publication at well as busl ntM communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1886 THE ROAD TAX VOTE It is claimed by the Advertiser that no effort was made by the Government to defeat the Road Bill beyond present ing to the Legislature its defective features with a view to amendment This is a curious statement after the published fact that the Ministry voted in the minority for the indefinite postponement of the bill Our contemporary must mean that no effort was made by the Government to defeat the bill until they had been ...

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 September 1886

Kff -- THE -DAILY HERALD lo fin- Btvlo Dnllv l tho irol lowlim IMuooai J M OAT Jr Cow T 0 THRUM i 9 T Vrloo 0 ContH Merchant street Fori street L00ALNEWS Honokna has a new telephone ofTice Yesterday wns the hundredth day of the Assembly Tlie sale at the Ladies1 Bazaar on Saturday evening wad a success The Mutual Telephone Company meets to morrow morning in annual session The schooner Mary E Bohra will be sold at auction on Thursday next by Mr Levey A good attendance is reported nt the re opening of the Government and private schools yesterday There was no battalion drill last evening on account of rain The band played at the palace The birthday of Mr Macfic Jr was celebrated in fine style by the Aloha Club Kilauea Kauai on Thursday last The Hawaiin n brig Allie Rowc sails for the New Hebrides on Saturday to fetch laborers thence for the Pacific Navigation Company Gov Dominis and Hon A S Clcghorn attended by Major J D Holt yesterday visited the Japanese training ship Tsukuba Rev Char...

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 September 1886

r ii i n n lri f IV 1 1 w K n B t fr t Si in int J I ii As I tfy If 1 h r iO U TM HUDSONS BAY REGION WHERE THE CLIMATE 13 WARMER A3 ONE TRAVELS NORTHWARD Tim Question of AHIlude Tlio Chinook AVlmlpi How Ltttltuilliinl Ulitnncoa 11 inlntsh Snowfall on tho Low Tabic Irtmla Abundnnt Qntno nuil Gross A very important fact must bo noticed In traveling from Hudsons bay to tho Kocklcs Ono starts on lnnd nbout fifty feet abovo tho sen lovel and gnultmlly rising reaches an nltltudo of only 800 feet nt tho boso of tho mountains This Is following tho COth parallel or within fifty miles north or south of It Starting on tho 40th parallel In tho same longitudo say in the neighborhood of tho Lnko of the Woods tho height above tho sea is over 1000 feet and at tho baso of tho mountains in that latitudo It is over 0000 feet or moro than 5000 feet hcigher than It Is in a rolatlvo position as to tho mount ains GOO or TOO miles north of It It Is generally but erroneously supposed thnt ono traveling from...

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 September 1886

VOL I JT T fl EDWIN M 8TANTONS ARTICLE A Nownrnpor Itcportor Kxporlenco with tlio Oruir Secretary of Tir It must not bo supposed that Secretary Btnnton was always unnppronclmblo Now and thon whon his nnxloty was uuusunlly Rrcat t was easy to lmngino moro ngrooa blo pcoplo than tho war socrotary But what terribly wearing duty was hlsl On ono occasion during tho battlos of tlio Wlldorness a roportor of Tho Chronicle tho secretarys special favorite hod been nt tho department from early evening un til 8 a tu Ho was suro thcro was Impor tant news and ho was determined to got It But not a lino could ho got hold of nud tho secretary docllnod to admit him to tho Innor olllco Ho sat in tho llttlo sldo room all alono savo for his cigar and tho small errand boy of Tho Chronicle who was collod up on a chair fast aideop Ho know tho secretary was In his room and ho would stay as long as tho sccrotarydld It was 8 a m whon tho doors opened nnd Mr Stanton walked out Tho reporter at onco stood beforo...

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 September 1886

I Si I m in muiiitiAivUmJtmixjMvarrlh THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tiT IVirKlETOK v tiik PhisJPUfiLishinoCo LimiteoI At tho onioo No CO Morohnnt St THUMB OK HVItSOUIPTtOK i tr annum 6co bin iiionlni 300 Hire- months 150 Per month 50CU Postage additional tAT Silfcrlitloiin 1ayabe fn Adeaiiee Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as well as bull sess communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY SEPTEMR 15 1886 AN UNFAIR STATEMENT Mondays Advertiser in discussing the minority report of the Finance Committee makes the following re marks The unauthorized expendi ture appears to have been necessary for the public service and therefore should be legalized by the Legislative Assem bly When the Supreme Court set example to the other departments of expending money without authority of law the Interior and Finance Depart ments may very well be exc...

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 September 1886

WnWnrrn in ---- K awirwwtmrruYfay ffi run nAirY 11 BR ALT THE SHiPWREfitf LEoisLA rivEjmMMAnY foute Am to ft M Sftn S gAiffiJl ffitSSJIIIHW total iKitmte rWill I fti rU Dfttlv at tho lowlrm XUionu I M OAT Jr I Merchant street T 0 THRUM Fort street kwhere Sjciit Jprloo C CoiitH LOCAL Services in the this evening NEWS Protetnt churclies The Honolulu Rifles will meet fur fdrill at their new armory this evening The Mutual Telephone Coinpimy tmccts in anrtual -session at ten tins morning The harbor front was very quiet last levelling after the departure of all the steamers iS Cullen Koolati registered at the Hotel on Monday and Aug Ahrens Waianae yesterday Mr Geo Cavnaugh will shortly open a nrst ciass uincti room in tne upper story ol imcoin jjiock King street ri A number of mules created some excitement on the Kinau wharf just Ibcfore the sailing of that steamer yes- ficrday afternoon If Mr Millis docs not come by the ncxt Const steamer the inevitable con clusion will be that he has st...

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 September 1886

rwwjirjr vaaM2Si ft nCMn niMiriiQuUTi iiViJi THE DAILY HERALD IS PU11USIIED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For nit 1xdMtuTon V tn PmstPilLUHiNoCo Limited At tho Office No SO Morohtmt St TKII31S OF HOnSOJtnTWlf rer annum t00 Sis montm 3 Hire months 50 Per month 5 Postage additional JUT aubnerlptldtu 1ayabe in Advance Ilrief communications from ll parti of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matter intended for publication at well ihi communication and adcrtlements should be addressed to HIE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY SEPTEMR 15 1886 AN UNFAIR STATEMENT Mondays Advertiser in discussing the minority report of the Finance Committee makes the following re marks The unauthorized expendi ture appears to have been necessary for the public service and therefore should be legalized by the Legislative Assem bly When the Supreme Court set example to the other departments of expending money without authority of law the Interior and Finance Depart ments may very well be excused for following its ...

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. — 15 September 1886

MsUgJ p r F MMM YTiinrrrWaBriffiia THE DAILY HERALD V111 Ijo fot Mtilo Daily nt the J Mi OAT Jr Co 1 Merchant street T 0 THRUM Fort street 3rloo O CtmlM LOCAL NEWS Services in the this evening Protetnt clnirches The Honolulu Rifles will meet fur drill at their new armory this evening The Mutual Telephone Company merits in nntiifar session at ten this morning I II Tlie harbor front was very quiet last evening aficr the departure of all the steamers S Cullen Koolau registered at the 1 Hole on Monday and Aug Ahrens Waianac yesterday Mr Geo Cavnaugh will shortly open a first class Munch room in the upper story of Lincoln Mock King street I A number of mules created some excitement on the Kinau wharf just before the sailing of that steamer yes terday afternoon If Mr Millis docs not come by the next Coast steamer the inevitable con clusion will be thnt he has struck ile in San Francisco The old burnt district by the Pan theon Stables being about all built over again the serious question a...

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. — 15 September 1886

pi hWHilHiaiali HV i THE MOCKING BUtD GRADUAL EXTERMINATION OF THE SONGSTER OF THE SOUTH Shot by Urucntlmontnl Hunters I5ob bins tlio Neata The Mocking lllril from n Sentimental Point of View IIli Won derful 1omen of Soiiff ARrcntUcnl 1ms been written during the last threw yours concerning tho ftrnd tml eMerminnllbn Of thd goilths sploiiilld notiRster tlio mocking bird or to bo inoro definite tlio Mlmus Polyfilottus Tlio Tolegrnph llrst called attention to tlio sub ject iind I see no reason to doubt that tho theory then advanced to account for tho growing scarcity of the birds was and Is a true one The rtason given was tho un checked slaughter of tho birds by negro sportsmen anil tho destruction or cap ture of their yoitn from Wantonness or a tleslro for gain Tho theory lias boon com bated It Is stated by somo that tho Kng ltsh sparrow Is driving out tho slngors Hy others that tho destruction of tho for ests has something to do with tho evil It Is even suggested thjil hurricanes mny...

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 September 1886

vol i RttN rwiawM BRILLIANT8 K Past sorrows let us motlrntcly lnraont thorn For those to como sook wisuly to provont thorn Webster To morrqw Is so fnr nwtiy wo cry W lum Itiggnrtl joy our kocn impatlonco mocks Hut when wo know of sorrow drawing To inonbw stumlH boforo our door nnd knocks Phillips hvTho Current Our olillilron koop our hearts forovor younj In Tim n despite I In my little mnld Ik new my youth us you do In your son Wo pclm nil our sweetest bards hnvo suns Of iiitli beloved hopeful yotnfrnld Hucnuso our hopes nro centered nil In 0110 Mnry Grnco Wnlkor Slot Ion Arid Charm to Ilciuity I hnsoHoou Mnry Anderson nnd think her ery bountiful Hor bonuty colls It silf mound ones henrt nnd crushes Its pi 1 j It lsiidlitcronttypoof beauty from Hit LuugtryB who Is In my opinion n inoro beautiful woman thnn Mnry Ander son mid whoso beauty Is of that kind which you would llko to seo your mother or bister or sweethenrt possess It in spires a sisterly allection whllo coin polling admira...

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 September 1886

E rp v m i - i r - i LV unwuuwi THE DAILY HERALD EV is Iumismu RY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tii PnorWKTim bv this IlimPrianHlMiCo Limited At the Ofllao No CO Mtii ohtiul St TKH31S Of SVlliiCniVTION Firuimm i J 00 Six montns 3- Hire monthi -1 Permonth 5ct Postage additional W Xubierlpttona 1ainMe ii Advance tlrief communications from all parts of the Kingdom wijl always be acceptable Alt milters Intended for miblicltlon af Well at bus ness communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY SEPTEMR 16 1886 PRESUMPTION It is with reluctance that we have to take exception to certain apparent improprieties in a semi editorial news article in yesterdays Advertiser But they having been pointed out to us by a number of persons without anything to show that the expressions of dissent were other than individually sponta neous the matter cannot be passed over without comment The article in question is that describing the prepara tions for and the departure of t...

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 September 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Will bo for Hiilo TDully lit tho Kol lowiuu XMituoHt J M OAV Jr Co Merchant street T 0 THRUM fortstreet Trloo B ContH LOCALJTEWS Monthly meeting of the Y M C A to night The schooner Nettie Merrill conies off the Marine Railway this morning The sale of furniture of Mr Roduers advertised for to day has been postponed The Womans Christian Temperance Union will meet this afternoon at 230 in the parlor of the Y M C A Ill - I- The Bethel Social Union will have a social at the Kyccum this evening at 730 to which all their menus are in vited The brig Allie Rowe will sail for the New Hebrides group to morrow She will most probably stop at Juliht on her down trip Mr A Herberts steam launch which arrived here by the bark Edward May had her boiler and machinery placed in position yesterday afternoon The brigantine W G Irwin sails for San Francisco about noon to day She takes a mail which closes at the Post Office at eleven oclock this morning Mr L J Levey the auctioneer will se...

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 September 1886

1 n l v Li I IA v S Rt JW m m M AKCTIC EXPERIENCES rrfrrfiifrririiYiininirmfciBfiWTirrrrtiriiiimiTi u hwinkmictmm 80ME Of- THE HORRORS ENDURED BY QREELYS EXPEDITION The Denpulr Xlint Ovortnhos Men In tlie Itoglona of Kvorlnitliie loo Lom of Hope A Signal from tho Sen Through Ixinjr and Woriry Watting Lieut Greoly rarely speaks ofhW Arctic experiences But whon ho docs n plain statement of facts Is the only eloquence re quired to convey an Impression of tho full ness of the horrors endured by his party Thoy lay honlod together beneath a canvAA strotched but thrco feet nbovo tho skin bags containing them Night starva tion and cold kept them company all that long winter Thrco mcu occupied each bag Ono could not turn over without tho other two shifting places also Tho bags wore all frjzon to tho ground Fifteen de grees below freezing point was tho maxi mum temporaturo for many months Lieut Lockwood should sharo with Greoly tho glory of tho expedition Obedient to command tho former waft s...

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