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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 January 1887

v reel lias Jtler and rr the three Princes totf Concert Band w The Daily Hjeraxd Will bo for wtilo Xnlly at tlio lowlna IIuooh r OTHftUM i fort street J II SOPEtt Merchant street iRYSIAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Jrloo 5 ContH SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1887 UOALNEVS ITic Waikiki road is still boggy in places A mixed jury case occupied the Supreme Court yesterday Hi f 1 1 mjJKUvMititiiHai Ji -- The S S Munposa has iot been telephoned up to the hour of gi ing to press A fore-and-aft schooner was reported 01T Diamond Head at six oclock last evening Mr I Q Jones and Wife returned to town by the W Q Hall yesterday nfternaon Steamer Wnimnnalo not being too Hmill to keep clean is going on the wjiys to day Temperance meeting in Fowlers yard held by the Y M C A commit tee this evening Several strange pairs of eyes arc peer ing into Honolulu life since the arrivul of the Australia - A larue hunch of bananas frown at - Ewa was on exhibition at the store of Jlrown Co yesterday The S S Australia commenc...

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 January 1887

THE UPPER CIRCLES HOW THE SWELLWOMEN MANAQE THE LION BUSINESS A Lady Wlio rinua rnrllamrMitarjr lrao tlce Good Training far the Manner went of ltrcoiitloni Getting Into lie Illshor Circle or Gentility Literary peoplo nro very like otltor people nnd wo inny prcsumo that they havo not altcrou much fiinco Thackeray wroto Icnuennls Iptt notrltlistanu tng tho number of tltncs Uils fact lias ucen repeated wo ordinary mortals go on expecting something extraordinary from thorn Wo know it Is not at ft liter ary houso that languid hcauly keeps her palo fated court and It wo dont get enough novelty to excuse her nbsenco we nro apt to feel that wo havo been cheated Wo go there to hear the utter ances ot Illustrious mouths to compare genius with common people in order wheu it is over to call the latter ntnrwi and dull aud tho other ridiculous and at last to tnko our hats and go away Bay ing What ilno talk There aro houses in Xow York whoro this sort of entertainment Is provided temples of tedium...

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 January 1887

VOL I - Fir Hongkoiig and Molia AND Back to JLIonoLuhi The Past Sailing Vcwel KtrMtcMn tniurnnce risk itytt tnm nmlrr will leave for the above ponton the 3 1st of janutuy nnu rruun to Honolulu leaving Hongkonrr nnd Yokohama In March and April respectively The vccl Is superior fitteil for earning passengers In cahln nnd be tween deck Lbtf rate for freight and passage will be Charged Apply to PAUL IIOHM 8t King itreet or laS Rcrctanla street Ttluphone 361 CJ McCarthy HAS HECEIVrt FROM San Prancisco per MiIpom and other late nrrlvjl a very choice collection of cigar and snioltf rl atlielw consisting In part of Havana Cheroots Operas Ductus Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cncrubs and the Fine Flor dc Cuba Also wm Full Drens Pel Sweet Capnral ami other popular liramls of Cigarette IJnl forest to mine and try nonic of thotf fins goodi which can be had at 107 FOHT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TMIF UNDERSIGNED HAVING JL UMn duly appointed AUiinltritrix of the MUUe ol Keotie Kami bite f I Innnlalu il...

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 January 1887

K - r ft SP IffilHI The Dail Herald tS MJBLISHKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS OH tllK InofmtoR v Tits lmtti PilishimoV LIMITED1 he Oflloo No SOMnrohutxt St TEltMS OV SVnsOMlTIOX Pr annum 600 Six roonthtu Jo Thret months 1 J Per month i joctt PcHtase additional tf Subscription Jninb in Jilrnnee Rrltf communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always b acceptable w All matter Intended for publication at well as tusl ntss communications and adertlMtnjnts should be addressed to - THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY JANUARY 17 1887 THE SILK AGITATION The heading represents a thing of the not distant past Why all the talk with a little action which took place about a year ago amounted to nothing is har3 to say The slight experimen tation with mulberry and silkworms prorcd that both had a congenial clime here There was a unanimity of senti ment in the papers that silk raising was feasible as well as desirable for one of the new industries that all were agreed should be diligently sought after S...

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 January 1887

I TPBaBaBBaBPTaBaaaaBaBaaffWWfflBkMHHIBT 14 irtiuWjiHjjmiiiiiiitia Tub Daily herald Will bo for bcUo Dally at tho Vo lowlnu XMiiucjh j u THRUM Fott meet I II SOPCR Merchant iirttt UYSTAL SODA WOllKS Hotel Street JPrlon 5 Contn MONDAY JANUARY 17 1887 LUALNEAVS Hcavyrains still continue on Maui our Kuliulul correspondent writes A bowling alley with restaurant at tached will open on Fort street shortly The a mail pcrs ruin Mr Thos Wall proprietor of the skating rink returned by the S S Mariposa The steathtr Kinau goes on the marine railway to day to be cleaned She sails on her regular route on Wed nesday next fci 1 The Astor House restiurant has again succuinbcdto undue competition It closed on Siturday and will be sold out at auction to day An officer or private in the Salvation army was scan on the street Saturday He wears the army uniform with ttic letter S on the collar of his coat Prior to his departure for the Coast by the Mariposa Mr- Fi H Austin is said to have been decorated b...

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 January 1887

WT I If b - i r Li EC 1 II 1 1 F VI ft I MI mr it BT il lfmrft ik i i i iliiVi luffaMjufrU ii i ilIMloffifl TALKS SPF l4lS EERIENOE WITH AUTHORS WHO HAVE WRITTEN A BOOK A Manuscript Worth Hariris Llka drain of Wheat In n Butiiol at ChntT Booh Inuril nt the Author llliltilie Criticism of litpcrti I How do w6 detenrUno whether n mnnuscrlpt Is likely to milt our pur tpodesr Well continued the- publlshqr thnt is n prcttynjrontl question There are so limn things to bo considered and such n diversity of conditions that per Imps no two cases nro handled in precisely the same way Now snpposo you were nn author with n manuscript Unless you had somo previous experience tho chances are that when walking into my oftlco and taking a sent by riy desk you would feel rather shaky in tho neighborhood of jpUr knees Your throat would also need coil- fcldcrablo clearing and I would hnvo to be quite ntinblo nnd pollto before yon would begin to feel nt all easy In mind or body After smoothing down tho th...

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. — 18 January 1887

rjrjS -v VOL I For Hongkong and Yokoliama AND Bnok to r Ionohihi The Fast Sailing Vessel llil claslinurAiice rht 1098 tons register will leac for Ilie above porn on the 3I1I of Jtntmy and return to Honolulu leaving IIonckonR and Yokohama In March and April respectively The vessel Is superior lilted for carrying puscnccrs In cabin and be tween deck Low rate for freight ami passage will be charged Apply to PAUL IIOIIM Si King street or 138 ilcrctanlaslreet Telephone 36 C J McCarthy HAS RECEIVED IROM San Francisco per Mirlposa and other late arrivals a very choice collectidn of clgus and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Opera DuetUs Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cherubs and the Fine Flor de Cuba Aso some Full Orcw Pet Sweet CaporaL and other popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to come and try some of these fine goods vMiich can be had at -107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE HTMIK LNDKRSIGNED HAVING i Ieen duly appointed Administratrix of tne estate 01 rveoite Kanu...

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 January 1887

i ft Tee Daily Heiuld 6tii IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS i Piomtitoit V Till PK PlUlMIINOCo Limited lio rmn Tt tanMovoliimtBt irjsitm or Huiisoriipriox 600 Ptr ft annum too SU month Jj Thtttnonth octt Pt month ii Portage ftdJitlonal1 1 J f r -- tr Subttrlttont IanaW Oi Atlmnrr Brief communication from all part of d Kingdom will alwayi l acceptable Alt matters Intended for pubheation J shonU communication and derttmenti I addreMtd to t THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY JANUARY 18 1887 MEMORIAL SERVICES The mfcrubcrs of Geo W Dc Long Pstt the only one of ihc Grand Army of the Republic outside of the great Union hac resolved on holding a memorial scnice in honor of the late General Logan A special order else where gives particulars and tenders an invitation to Americans and those friendly to American institutions to assemble at the service All who honor the patriotism that gave America in her hour of trial not only many distinguish ed heroes but countlesb heroes content to be of 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. — 18 January 1887

jUPajMBfr n HMM vwwrrs The Daily Heualb Will bo for isalo Dnlly nt tho 3ol lowlnu Ilitoow r 0 THRUM Fonitrett J II SOIKR Merchant street CRVS1AL SOiJA SVORKS1 tjitotel Sheet Jrloo a Cent TUESDAY JANUARY i8 1887 L0ALNEWS The steamer W G Hall sails at 10 a in to day There was a meeting of the Privy Council yesterday Mr F Wilhclin formerly purser of the steamer Planter has received the position of purser of the steamer Mika hala Mr Dcdolfc purser of the Australia and Mr Ilrewster of the Mariposa have our thanks for news favors from San Francisco and the Colonics respectively The members of the Honolulu Yacht ntid Boat Club minstrel company will hold a mcctimr nt the rooms of the club this evening to make arrange ments for another performance in the near future The following persons have arrived at the Eagle House within the past few days Edward McDade Ialiali A A llarncs Wniluku Mks L A Dickson Wailuku C A Hcrborg Olowalu plantation Messrs Ge V Macfarlane Co Yesterday sold the building...

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 January 1887

f m i Hi Ji I I - AfttXTTE tt lU It fcpcnt nnd fields how vlioliv Alv bright with fading sheen JJfco blossom loft behind tho corn Tba maidens coma and glean Clue eye and floating looks of cold Bato caught you In their net Ton nolle and call mo strango nnd cold Tou noTcr knew Arlctto I mat hor Trbcn this Ufa ot mlno nd turned from sweet to sour There was no sparkle to tbo Trim No bloom upon the flower I roamed away to bear alono Tho stings of rain regret Tho grain was gone tho reapers flown Wbon flrst I found Arletfe TVItii mlf her charms f omo girls might srla A fashionable famo How came eho with that coutbern skin And soft old Norman name VT talked I questioned sh replied Till I forgot my f ret for bitter thoughts and angry prldo All Hod before Arlette How enJs Iho tnlol To your surprlM There Is no end to tell I I kt no team In those dark eyes Alough I loved I hem well fler picture hangs within my brain Frtsh and tintulllcd yet No emmty tows of mlno Bhall patn The htart ot true Axl...

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. — 19 January 1887

VOL I ices ir iwtU General bbcrliecmcirts For 12 - AND Back to I Ionolulu The Fast Sailing Vessel first Has Insurance risk 109S Ions agister will leave for the above port on the 31st of January anil return to Honolulu leaving Hongkong and Yokohama In March and April respectively The vessel I superior fitted for carrying passenger In cahin and be tween deck Low rate for freight and passage will be charged Apply to PAUL IIOHM 81 King Mreet or 138 Hereunto street Telephone 36 C J McCarthy HAS KFCRIVKI FROM San Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrival a very choice col I eel Ion of cigar and smokers article consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Duettas LIU tlo Dudes Triplets Cnerubs and the Flnr Flor de Cuba Aso tme Full Dre Pet Sweet Caparal ami other popular htand of Cigarettes Dont forget to come and try some of thete fine good which can be had at 107 FOltT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE T fin UNDERSIGNED HAVING lieen duly armolmed Administratrix of the estate of Kcone Kapu...

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. — 19 January 1887

I 1 I r I I 1 t I k 1 V V5W VfUgiff u jt The Daily HEnAiD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS ro Till JWrieto T1U Pass PiJiuiiiiMoCo addreited 10 Umitko o OHlce No CO Morohunt St Tit u its of svmaatPTMow Per annum Si montnit Tht months Per month Pottage additional TUB DAILY HERALD oo 300 t30 jocti KT SuhtcrlpUon lfiiiN 1 lilw ltrief communication front nil prutsf the Kingdom IU alwayabe acceptable rw Alt nittcri intended for publication M tll s bu nm communication and advertisement should w WEDNESDAY JANUARY 191887 WHO SURRENDERED SECURITY In exposing the breach of faith com mitted against the public in the sur render of the 200000 bonds held as security in the treasury for Sprockets- Bank this paper held the Government responsible for the transaction The Government was challenged to explain its position in the matter but so far has failed to make public an reason for its conduct Enquinct have how- fvrr elicited the fact a 1 imbcrs of the Government 10 defense to oner They si ...

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. — 19 January 1887

t s tfliTiirii Wai mnHnUiMb iit M ljiL iotWajSrtAuiVllWiVi mfr- Tile Daily Herald Will bo for snla Dnily nt Iho lowlnu 131uuuh rO THRUM Pen NM 11 SOPCR v Mttclmfit stttet CRYSrAL SODA WORKS -Hotel Steet Prion O Cotit WEDNESDAY JANUARY i9l 1887 LUALNEAVS Mr Geo Lucas lias secured tliccon tract for rcpairine School street bridge at 720 Mr V E Row ell went off to Paha la Hawaii yesterday to ftny some time - - The Oceanic Steamship Companys sicapier Australia will sail for San Francisco nt noon to dayi Owing to the had condition of Here tania street the Wnikiki bus turns flff at Bradleys place nnd thence to Wai kiki road Fort street Church choir will meet in the Y M C A hall at 3 oclock this afternoon to rchcurse for the Logan memorial service According to the Advertiser Queen Kapiolani will shortly undertake u visit tojjngland vacconianied by Governor Curtis P Iaukei and wife 1 ii mi 11 Mr A Hewitt goes away by the Australia to day to procure stock on the Coast for starting a new stati...

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. — 19 January 1887

t L THE SENIOR BENNfflT MAJ GEOrtQE F LECTIONS OF WILLIAMS RECOL THE OLD MAN Climbing lip n DnnRcrone Stulmnj Meeting nn Old Oentlenmn In the Unrlf An Incident anil r Italno of Sftlury I first met the elder lkunett In the old Hernld ofllce said Jlnj George P Williams tho other tlay then located on the corner of Nassau mid Fulton utreetA It consisted ol Unit n dozen houses taken up ono by ono ns tho business of tho pnper had grown You bad to go ui or down two or thrco steps ni you passed from hulldlng to building their floors being on n d lire rent level and there were any number of quaint nooks and corners I had gono to Tho Herald office that after noon to 100 ono of the reporters Tho stairs leading up to tho editorial room were wry crooked and cxtroinoly dark ivhllo soma of the wooden steps had been worn into holes aud wero almost dangerous Keeling my way up I accidentally stumbled on ono of thro broken Btcps and ran headlong against an elderly gen tloninn who was comlnir down Wher...

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 January 1887

VOL I General bucrficcmcnts n iAii TUr UUllg iun aim limuiiuiiiu AND Baolc to Honolulu The Past Sailing Vessel MEKOTJKY First class Insurance risk 1098 tons register will leave for the nlwvc potts on the jut of January and return to Honolulu leaving llongkoni ami Yokohama In March and April teiectlvely The vessel is superior fitted for carrying passengers in cabin and be tween deck Low rale for freight and passsge will be charged Apply to PAUL 1IOIIM 81 King street or 128 Heretanla lreet Telephone 0y c j McCarthy MAS RrCRIVrtl IROM Sin Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivali n very chotee collection of ciprs and smokers artlclei mntlsling In part of Havana Cheronu Operas uueius tie Dudes TripteU Cherubs and tne fine nor ue vuoa Also some Iull Drs Iet Sweet Caporal and other popular brand of Cigarettes Dont fofctt to oome and try nme of these fine good widen can be had at 107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE T HP UNDERSIGNED HAVING bern duly nmwinled Admlnhtrattia of the Mtat...

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 January 1887

The DAittf HeUAlD ti IS IUDLtSHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS ro tmi PaorataTnit iv tm Paass PuiLlsminCo lliMitiul Officio Xo BO Morohnnl St T12HU3 Of saHiaJiivriox ac 1 HllM l hmw Tfl IB occg Per annum J 00 Six montns 3- Thr months -S Permonth 5 Postage additional VF Siibterlplloif 1ayahU in H Brief communication from all parti of the Kingdom w ill always U acceptable B53J All matter Intended for publication as well as busi ness communication and advertisement thould be addrtued to THE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1887 MORE NEWSPAPERS There is a good deal of talk every now and again of starting new news papers in Honolulu While a man or a company has as much right to start a newspaper as a grocery store still he or it has at the same time all the right title and privilege of bearing the con sequences It is what follows the start ihg that it is to be feared is not con sidcred by the legion who are consumed with the conviction that they could operate a public journal to more ad ...

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 January 1887

Tile Daily Heiuld Vill J ft Hlo Daily at tha Vol lowlim rlaoBi r u THRUM Fcwt trt It SOPER Merchant utrett RVbTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street XJrlo O Cunt 1 HURSDAY JANUARY 20 1887 LOOALNEWS The chicken coops of Mr F A Scliacfer were robbed of about twenty cacklcrs the bthcr night The Hawaiian Hotel Stables have adopted the card system for the pro tection of their patrons and the vindi cation of their drivers against unjust complaints The panorama of Kllauca was sent to San Francisco yesterday Accom panyirtg it was a large edition of a dej senptive paper in which a report from the llrRALD is iivcn a conspicuous position Three cases of gambling one case of assault and battery and one case of h lUse brcakipR were all remanded in the Police Court yesterday One drunk forfeited 6 bail which com pletcd the days doings There is a very dangerous pitfall in the crossing of Adams lane by the Hotel street sidewalk Its depths can scarcely be fathomed with a walking stick while its mouth will admit ...

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 January 1887

Pt fc flrwife1ialjtffaiiwiwsM4iWiiiiiwejt AGAINST CHfeAf llTEfUTLW katno Sensible Itoninrk rrnm n rrnrtlrnl Authority on tho Iloolt Trmle Publishers of cheap literature so called have Uiinlly como to the conclusion so wa hoar It reported thnt it doM not pa Of fourso It lines not pay and whnt la more n it N maimRixl nt present It will nevvr pay nny one Wc nro In fnvor of low prlcAl looks and bcllcvo thnt America will nlvvnyi lend In tlili direction bccauso Americans nr n book buying nation but he who thinks thai literature I cheap necnini ho publishes or bo cause ho can gctarntntto twelvemo or six teenino book printed In Illegible type ot fllnuy paper and indifferently putup In tia ci coven In tha malting of which In ono word every roqulslto of good book making Is disre garded for from 10 to CO cents is mistaken If ever a man was Such work does not pa tho publisher for tho trouble of getting it lntc tho market bookwllors lmiidlo It under pro test and tho nubile -buys It with a inentr...

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. — 21 January 1887

VOL I cnevnl bucvtfgcmcnls For Hong Kong anil Yokohama AND Back to I Ionolttlu The Vast Sailing Vessel MBEOUEY First class Insurance risk 1098 tons register will leave for the above ports on the 3 1 si of January and return to Honolulu leaving llonekoni and Yokohama in March and April respectively The vessel Is superior fitted for carring passengers In cabin and be tween deck Low rates for freight and passage will be charged Apply to PAUL 1101IM 81 King street or 12S Betctania street Telephone 363 c j McCarthy HA KrCKIVII KltOM ban Francisco per MarlrWra and other late atrivals a very choice collection uf cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Opcran Ductta9 Lit tle uiiqcs triplets ncruDS anu the Fine Flor do Cuba Also some 1ull Dress Id Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigarette Dotit forget to come and try some of these fins goods which can be had atj 107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TWin UNDERSIGNED HAVING JL been duly appointed Administra...

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. — 21 January 1887

k immtfmtfimfm VF The Daily Herald IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS r tiii pRomiETOK t the Pkess PuilishinoCo ILlMITKD 6nioo No SO Morohnnt Si TKRHS or HVHSORIlTIOS rer annum f i 60 SU month 300 Three months Per month joctt Postage additional Subscription laiinbi In Aitntiirr Brief communications from all pajtsof the Klnzdom will always be Acceptable v All matter Intended for publication as well tw luj ntM communications and advertisements should Le addressed to THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 21 1S87 LI LI HA STREET That notorious thoroughfare Liliha street is whether through the pressure of public opinion through the papers or otherwise receiving much needed repairs Yesterday morning a gang of prisoners began operations at the junc tion with King street By noon they had the shape of a road thrown up for a distance of about 150 yards using material dug from the road side The Road Supervisor Mr Hart was seen later and on being bantered about the unsubstantial structure stat...

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