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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 February 1887

The Daily Herald ts IUnustiKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS tjk Tin PfcorniKToit oVtiik Press IiMisiunO Co1 IlSIITtB Ottloo No SO Morolmnt St t i ji I i 1 i TKlttlS OF SOHSGlUlTioX Per annum Soo Sit months 300 Thra montlu 130 Per month oct S Postage additional t f tiutcrtiitloui Vainht in Artrnuer nficf communication from ail pain of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matter Intended for publication M well as busi r communications and advertisements should be tldreited to THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAYFEBRUARY 11887 ELECTORAL REFORM In glancing back over the proceed ings of the last Legislative Assembly with the aid of the very full summaries published one is struck with the want 6f reason that frequently characterized the dominant majority The conclu sion to be readied from the character bf the debates and divisions is irrcsistU ble that the assembled wisdom of 1 886 was capable of almost any folly that could be imagined Some of the products of the last Hawaiian Legis lature will...

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. — 2 February 1887

MMtMrMMiMIMUaMa i i - The DapY Herald Will 1 Wi snle Bnlly ul tho 3Pol lowliia IMtiucM r OTIJRUM Fori itrett j II SOPFR Merchant street rRYSTALOIU WORKS Hotel Street irlcjn 13 Contn ssseefetfc j i l VEDNESDAYl EHRUARYtt887 afiOlAJL aSTKWS rffe Sattd plays Uiis nfternoon at tlic leper hospital Mr C W Asliford is thanked for a file of the Toronto Globe Princess Likelikc was slightly better the last report yesterday evening Judge McCully is the sitting Justice at Supreme Court Chambers this week AU the masts and deck houses of His Majestys training ship Kaimiloa have been removed The schooner Malolo was stripped of her sails on her present trip to Hilo and had to put into Kawailuc I IH ll II Mr tym Urjsh of Messrs Wilder m Los has received news of the death of his Molokoi wife on the island of The sailing of the steamer Mikahala for Kauai and Niihau has been post poned till tltis afternoon at the usual hour t Hfa Excellency V M Gibson Pre mier and Minister of Foreign Affairs was dovVii...

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. — 2 February 1887

ES2H MHWMM Tk Vtjlfft j kssaasu GEMS AND BUSINESS tHe improvidence- of some mbw of literary tastes Coiii parothcly Text Examples or ltfcSt lens Uxpomllttiro Among tho Anlliorj of Modern Times Kngllnti Writers rtml Onr Own Literary Slen Coming down tomoro recent times wollnd among tho modern men ot genius compara tively fow examples of real Improvidence Mgh Hunt is usunlly comldoml as ono of this class for ho was poor all his llfo and nl ways In debt and at ono timo considered not overscrupulous in payment William Ilazlltt lived all his llfo from hand to mouth and would never vrrito an nrtlclo or do nny kind of literary work as long as ho had n guinea in his purse Gentle Kit North was another man who hail llttlo regard for monoy Ho liqver looked at or touched monoy in tho usual May No ono for its own fcako or for his own purposes over regarded riches with fucIi perfect indllfcrcneo Byron who was horn to debts and an in cumbered cstato had n lords scorn of earning mohoy Thoro wcro rll...

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. — 3 February 1887

i V0OI Honolulu JptrVW P O Box 91 W fficncvnl Abbcvtlscmcntfl For IIng Kong anil Yokohama --AND- Baok to I Ionolulu The Fast Sailing Vessel MEROTIRY Vlntclas Insurance risk Ioo3 low recistcr will leave for the above ports on the 3 lit of January and return to Honolulu leaving Hongkong and Yokohama in March and April respectively The vessel Is superior fitted for carrying passengers in cabin and be tween deck Low rates for freight and pmagc will be charged Apply to PAUL I10IIM 81 King street or 12S Ilctctanla street Telephone 361 c j McCarthy JtAS ItFCKlVKO FROM San Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of H avail i Cheroots Operas Duetlas Lit tle Dudes Triplets Ctierubs and the Fine Flor de Cuba Aso some Pull Dress Pet Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigircttcs Dont forget to come and try some of these fine goods which can be had at 107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE UNDERSIGNED HAVING T...

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. — 3 February 1887

V FyTW if iwAiAirwiiiTSfXiJiihitjtw teBiAaw Toe Daily Herald IS fUCUSHEU EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS riltHI PaOrRltTOK Y Till PEJ PtfSUSIIWaCoH ILtMirsD Oflloo No CO jMovolmnt St TVKVS Of NVllSoiliJTJOX Icrannnm ii 600 Six months a 300 Thre months 150 IVrmfmlh 5cts Postage additional IZT Fttbicrlpttons Vtiinhl til Ailvancr J lMf oramunicalam from ill part of the Kingdom Jill always be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as ell as bust ni communication and advertisements shoald le drfrcssed to THE DAILY HERALD ur alavais inauguration 1 Last evenings Bulletin conveys the astonishing information that thctuw Road Supervisor Mr had stopped work on Liliha street This brings to mind at once the story of the London aldctmcn met to consider n matter of street paving when one of them said Just let us lay our heads together and the thing wilfbc done The question in the case of Liliha street is What blockheads came into conjunction Jo produce the decision above mentioned Surely it ...

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. — 3 February 1887

ihnwtnnt iniinnii iywfT it The Daily Herald Will 1o flat Sftlo Dally at Iho 3Pol lowUiu Pliioos T 0 rilRUM Fornit It SOPUR Merchshl itrett RVJTVf SODA WORKS lldel Street Prion f ContH THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3 1887 LOOALNEWR King Lunalilo tiled thirteen years ago to tlay Mr C T Iloyt his another lot of those desirable carriages suitable to overyb6dys wants Mr Booths next paid lecture is to be on Friday evening subject Magic Crowd Police Judge Dayton rested on the tribunal yesterday for lack of trans gressors to deal with St Andrews Church Association meets ut 8 oclock this evening in the old church building The monthly meeting of the Hoard of Representatives of the Fire Depart ment will be held this evening There is a free welcome for all at tending the meeting to arrange for Mr Days lectures at the Club House dining rooms this evening It is likely tint the celebration of Accession Day and the Firemens Pa rade will be omitted on account of the death of Princess Likehkc As the Reformatory ...

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. — 3 February 1887

it j tbs a Ma iy 4 i Mhitm wanimy m A DllfiAMr EXISTEKC THE LONESOME U E LED BY SOMtt OF THE NORWlGIAN WOMEN Tending tlio Cnttto lllgli Op In tho Houn tain Pnturc A Pntliotlo Sight lrov nlvnco of Insanity Evil ltcstilts of In teruwrrlncc The naetcrs nro n grcnt fenturo In Norrrc glan life nnd in May or early Juno tlio cattlo nro driven from tho pastures in tho lower valleys nnd about tho homo farm to tho ixuj ttircs high upln tho mountains whero they nro kept until September Ono or two girls tho daughters of tho house go with them nnd remain ntono in tho sorters tending tho cattlo nnd making butter nnd cheese during tho endless summer days Tho girls nt tho fenders lead lonely lives in tho isolated spots that they go to with only fortnightly lslts nt tho most from their injlatlvcs or lovers who tako them provisions nnd look to tho progress of tho but ter and cheeso making At tho Aok Enctci nt tho end of tho Istenlnl we found three womon but only ono of them was young enough to fit in...

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. — 3 February 1887

fMaid i MWMfrahfroi miSuKiMamu ITlBWMWt AiVll llllIlM JfMI IMlSlllHMI A DltEAitf EXISTENCE THE LONESOME LlE LED BY SOME OF THE NOBWt GIAN WOMEN Tending tlic Cattle lUgli Vp In thoBIoun i tain Pastures A Fnthctto Sight aleiico of Inmnlty Evil ltcsnlts of In Tho meters nro n great feature In Norvro glaii life nnd in May or early Juno tho cattlo nro drhen from tho pastures Jn tho lower valleys and about tho homo farm to tho pas tures high ualn tho mountains whero they aro kept until September Ono or two girls tho daughters of tho house go with them and remain alono In tho sorters tending tho cattlo and making butter and cheeso during tho endless miintnor days Tho girls at tho snotcrs lead louoly lives in tho isolated spots that they go to with only fortnightly visits nt tho most from their relatives or lovers who tako thorn provisions and look to tho progress of tho but ter and cheoso malting At tho Aril sneter nt tho end of tho Istenlnl wo found three womou but only ono of them was yo...

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. — 4 February 1887

VOL I General bbcvtwcmciite For Hong Kong and Yokohama AND Back to Honolulu a The Fast SallliiR Vessel mekcttkyv First class Insurance risk 1093 tons register will leave for the above ports on the 31st of January and return to Honolulu leaving HongUortg and Yokohama In March and April -respectively The vessel is superior fitted for carrying passengers In cabin and be tween deck I Low rates for freight and passage will he cnargcu ippiy to PAUL IJ011M 81 King street or 128 llctctania street Telephone 361 c j McCarthy HAS ItECRIVKtl FROM San Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and amolcer nrticlcs consisting in part of Havana Cheroolg Operas Duettos Lit tle Dudas Triplef3 Cherul9 and the Fine Flor de Cuba Also some Full Dress ret Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to como and try sonic of these fine goods which can be had at 107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THE duly nppointed Administrat...

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. — 4 February 1887

vo I cc The Fast Sailing Vessel MEECUBY First class Insurance risk 1098 ton register will leave for the above portion the 31st of January and return to Honolulu leaving Hongkong ami Yokohama In March and April respectively The vessel is superior ihicii iur carrying passengers in cauin nncl be tween deck Iw rales for freight and passage will he charged Apply to PAUL IJOHM 81 King street or 128 llcietania street Telephone 36 c j McCarthy HAS IECKIVKt 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 Ducttas Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cherubs rind the Fine Flor do Cuba Also some Full Dress Pet Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to coma and try some of these fine goods which can be had at 107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THE duly appointed Administratrix of me estate 01 iveonc napu late ol Honolulu deceased all persons having claims...

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. — 4 February 1887

r r I1 9 i f V Tab Daily Herald ts EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS pontrilH PiwSrmicTort nv tiik Pk IviMMitNnUo lIIMITKIIl Oflioo No GO Moi dlumt 3t thumb of svnsonriTios Per annum Sin montns rtire month Per month Pottage a JJititftiAl 56o 300 150 50m tXT NUtiierlptloiiii iflif tn -III ran rr firief communications fromjdl parts of the Kingdom ill always be acceptable All matttra Intended O publication a well as btijl im communlcatlnj and ailvnimntJ thouhl I ddreved to THE DAILY HKRALD TRIDAY 1ISfiRUARY 4 1S87 YACOI1TAdR INDUSTRY The other day the Heuaid con tained an extract from the letter of a notable Washington correspondent in which the present status of the silk in dustry in the United States was set forth The writer tif the letter said Silk culture it is true has not become the great and profitable American in dustry the victims of the mulberry -mania of 1840 imagined it would at once ifove but silk manufacture is to day one of the great industries ol the country Then after menti...

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. — 4 February 1887

Tim Daily Herald Will b ulo JDrxlly t 11m jrl lowllia IluVflNI i o rmttfM port tfe I 11 SOPKR ivsm S0I5A WORKS JPiton D CoutH - II I I 11 a ii i The trtectfiig of the Tire ment was postponed Inst night the Kllnupa Stijnr Merchant strtet Uutcl Street ITU DAY PEDRUARV 4l 1887 day local jsnirwB i j iho liocktncn roinctl money yester The bowling hdoming alcy on Fort street is Depart Mr Levey will hold his first sale in his new premises to morrow i i i Fotir cases of drunkenness wcic reg istcietl fit the Station last night Mr J K llrown has opened an em ployment agency on Merchant street The holes in Palnma road including tho bad rut on King street bridge have bean pitched up M 1111 II H IM Yesterday being a day of public mourning of course there was no busi ness done in the courts Messrs Ii I Adams Co will sell off the bfitiKrupt stock of T J Moss Hid 11 t ten oclock Mr R A Maifn jr manager of Co leaves for Ivnimtdil tile Nieanicr James Makec to dty The moonlight band c6nccrt nn nttrtce...

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. — 4 February 1887

me l h r O mfmMXMmufcvmmmewmr9iJtBiMii utmiuiAimmtmmm SPEECH OP THE DUMB AN HOUR IN A QUEER SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES How u Little rollotr lcnrnotl to Say Ali rrnctkcit Lip ItendlnB Tlio Oymnnstlra n Deaf Child Undergoes In Lemming to Spcnk Up lit nitloth street not far from Fifth vciiuo In oho of tlioso brovrci stono fronts ijUuai iooks into me ivrcn of overy ouier urovrn stono irouc on mo oiock n queer cin3 or pu pils hiwts every tiny Somo of tho pupils nro only 5 years old nnd sotuo nro 20 but not ono over mnkes nny nolso find In jiolnt of quietness tlio class Is n model one Nobody over hears schoolboy laughter or Kchoclgltl jollity ring out from that schoolroom and thocry homo itself has not oven tho con ventional door boll You can count every tick of tho little clock with tho class in full session rftiilo you stand waiting in thohall way jk -In this silent houso deaf mutes nro taught VJpJPcak Two prtvnto classes with soven pupils in each moot thcro day after day and from 0 In tho m...

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. — 5 February 1887

asr - cr - 1 TicoT eWpWna No so rprprtw yirwtw M 11 1 - L Scticntf Jlbbcvtiocmcnts Foillong Kong and Yokohama AND n5ridc to I Ionoltilu Tlifi Fast galling Vessel w MEROUEYM Frlclass insurance risk ioqS tons tccistcr will leave for the above potts on the 31st of Janimtyi anil return to nonoiuiu leaving Hongkong ami Yokohama in March nnd April respectively The vessel l superior fitted for carrying passengers in cabin nnd be tween deck Vjavt rates for freight and passage will be charged Apply lb PAUL HOIIM ySi Kifig street or 128 llerctaniftslrcct Telephone 361 T c j McCarthy T HAS KECEIVKIt 1ROM Sanr Francisco per Mariposa and other late nrrlvaU a Very choice collection of cigars nnd smokers articles consisting in part of - HAvaua Cheroots Opcraa Ducttas tie Dudes Triplets Cherubs and the Fine Flor de Cuba Also some Pull Dress Pel Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to come and try some of these fine gocxis which can tie nau at 107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATO...

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. — 5 February 1887

faMMWMtoMtMMWi Tub Daily Herald tS IUUUSlliJU EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS rOJrilRlROfIKTORllVTHKlRltMlULISIIIMcCo LlMITCli Ollloo No CO Moroltiint St thumb ov svnsantrTioy Ptr nmtthi Sit month Three months Per month jMM 150 5 Postage additional tr Sitbtcflitjons lUiinb Hi Atlcaiiee llrief iommunleationi from all parti of tbe Kincdom III always U acceptable All rratters Intended for publication m well as lujt i communication and advettlement should be ddressed to T1IK DAILY HERALD SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1887 THE LAVA FLOW Our reporter on the W G Halls trip to the lava flow Mr V W Smith writes a very lucid description of the phenomena as viewed from both thejsca and the side of the flow far up thefmountain He has also been for tunate cnougli to procure from Mr W E Rowell C E a vivid account of that gentlemans observations at the very source The correspondent who furnished the excellent record of the outbreak and earthquakes sends the very latest particulars from the moun tain slopes nea...

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. — 5 February 1887

r Mr Henry writest I have 0 T m Daily Herald Will lo ftr Hfilo Daily at tho lOwlna riuocn p 0 THIlUM Fortitrctt II SOrrR Merchant Itrett UVSTAI SODA VORKS Hotel Street Jrlon O CoiiIh SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1887 JLOOALNITAVS The Hawatlan Mission Childrens Society will nject at the residence of Mr Henry Wnterltousc this evening at 730 oclock The engine of Co No 1 has lately been ovcrltauieu and put in good op der Mr Page is renovating the hose reels of Nos 1 2 and 4 Mr J T Dare is not going away as stated erroneously in another paper His card shows where he still attends to the practice of law in all the courts The steamer Iwalani left Lahaina Maui for Honolulu at 4 oclock yester day morning and arrived here only a few minutes before the W G Hall which vessel left Lahaina four hours later Heforc Judge Preston at Chambers yesterday sixteen claims amounting to 225491 were allowed against Wal lace Jackson bankrupt and on ballot of creditors Hon W C Parke was elected assignee The passengers ...

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. — 5 February 1887

fcMfWMnM nail M imwiii WOMAK AND HOME AN AMERICAN QinLS OPINION OF HER BnitiSH SISTEIVQ COSTUMES Tlio ToMlllOJr nl Wntitniihanil Iliyftlcisl Culturo Ovenlono Cnro of tlio Utile One Woolen Umtrrtlottir Hints Tor the llonvliold Nnton unit Item If Only tlio younger Englishmen wcrd guilty of Ioomj knickerbockers coareo stock ings ami liob nnlled stiuea It nllglit bo coiiskl redtu n youthful folly but mlddlo nged vvhitcdmlml bald lisadod firltoiu men of jfnrs nndeininonco Brnndfntucrannd celobrl tics nt homo go about Nonvnj in clothes that risen nut would ddplsa Tho Germans nnd the- other jieoplo who conio in and tho Nor wegian themselves go nliout dressed ns gen liftmen In proper clotles and llkowlso tho Americans with n very row glaring excep tions of tboso led axtrny by bad English com imny nnd who wear tho beggars costumo solely liecnusu its English you know I overheard ono unlerriflnl Amerlcnn girl calmly nsk n plckcd up acquaintance on a fjord steamer Why do you Englishmen wear suc...

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. — 7 February 1887

VOL I General Jlbbctliscmcnto For Hong Kong anil Yokohama AND Back to 1 Ionolulta The Fast Sailing Vessel MBROUBY Ilrstdass Insurance risk iooS toj register will leave for the above ports on the 31st of January ami return to Honolulu leaving Hongkong ami Yokohama in March ami April respectively The vessel Is superior fitted for carrying passengers in cabin ami be tween deck Low rates for freight and passage will be charceif Apply to PAUL IIOHM St King street or 128 Hctctanla street Telephone 361 c j McCarthy HAS KFCRIVFI FROM Sin Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Ductus Lit tle Dudes Tr Diets Cherubs and the Fine Flor de Cuba Also some Full Dress Pet Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to come and try some of these fine goods which can lc had at 107 FOltT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE milK UNDERSIGNED HAVING JL been duly appointed Administratr...

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. — 7 February 1887

f t K I Due Daily Herald Per annum SN months Three montas Per month is ruuusiiiii EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS rox thk PnorRlKTOR nV tiis Press IublisiiinoCo Limited Ollloo No SO Morolmnl St ranus or suvscitivnox Postage tidJition il 60 300 150 30CH CST Subscription JnjnW In f itrniirc Itrief communication from all parti of llie KlngJom ill always b acceptable All milUM 1ntmtl for nuliltralion a Kelt A3 htll cm communications and advertisements should I ddressed to THE DAILY HCRAII MONDAY FEBRUARY 7 887 RECONSIDERED Mr Alapai Road Supervisor lias thought better of his resolve to aban don the half fipishcd work on Liliha street A resumption of operations was made the other day in laying down a coat of coral rock which when rolled should make a carriage way to last for years on that moderately trav eled load Although an oflicial is apt to make shipwreck of his position if he attempts at all times to please body yet the new Road Supenisor would have been more like the fabled mule itsel...

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. — 7 February 1887

tfiiE Daily Herald Will be for fmloXnlly at tho TAjI lowlny XMiiohh r GT1IKUM Fortitreet It SOPKK Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street X3rlon O ContM i 4B I ra MONDAY FEBRUARY 7 1887 LOOALNFWS The Lohg Branch baths will shortly have a two story building erected for the comfort of patrons A large lump of lava from the icccnt flow is on exhibition at J J Williams photograph gallery 1 1 - Those parrots and that monkey for sale nt the shooting gallery tire model creatures of their kind Mr Frank Ilrown issues a warning against trespassing on the island of Mokuumcumc Pearl harbor - His Excellency P P Kanoa Minis ter of Finance returned to Honolulu by the steamer Mikahala yesterday morning n Knpiolani Park is looking its best so far as ratural features arc concerned the foliage and herbage being luxuriant from the rains William Moores challenge to Jacob Sims for a jumping match having been accepted the contest will take place at Makiki on Monday the 21st insL Judge Ilickerton At...

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