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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 17 September 1886

VOL I Komotlilnp About tho Ihlncdo TnnpuiiKO ChitiCHQ Is 11 qucor lnngunnc All ltfl words nro only ono Hyllablo long Hut tlio sounds in tlio Clilneso lmiuiiiiKO nro not very luany soino 105 nt most And tliclr wrlttun lniiKiinuo coiitniim nlioiit 8000 pictures uncli ropi csontliiK n thliiK or Idea And tlieno pictures must lo committed to memory This Is lutril work mid notovon tlio wlsoHt ChlnoMO professor can learn tlieni nil Hut now comeri a tlllllintlty Kor ot course wliero tliero aro ho many words nnd bo few sounds ninny different words have to lie called by tlio same sound How then aro tlioy to tell whon several dllleront tilings havo exactly tlio sninu name which of them Is mount Vo have such words For Instance there is Hill tho name of a boy nnd bill tho beak of a bird there Is bill an old weapon and bill a piece of money thoro Is bill an arllclo over which legislatures debate and bill a claim for a payment ot money besides bills of exchange bills ot lading and so forth Hut Chi...

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 September 1886

1 I tf h W - IW rn imMmmimrnfuii m THE DAILY HERALD IS 1UIILISIIEI EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For Tim IsorRlrroR v Tin Tress TubluhinoCo Limitkd At tlio Oflloo No CD Morolmnt St TKIMS OF HVHSOltllTJOy Per annum ooo Six months 3 Three months Tcrraonh 5octi Postage additioml T Suhtertpllont 1ainble tnAtlrance Ilrlcf communications Tram all pans of the Kingdom will alwajs be acceptable All mailers intended for publication as well as busi nest communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY MCRAID FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1886 FINANCIAL JUGGLERY Much was expected of Mr Creighton on his admission into the Cabinet even by some who questioned his claims to the dignity and felt disgust at the surreptitious shuffle by which he came to the top of the pack An ira pression had got abroad that his nbili ties as a public financier were a good deal above the average Although Mr Cieighton is nut Minister ol Finance yet from the favorable reputation re ferred to it was hoped that the...

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 September 1886

WV aMfitafeWlaSiMM 4jA4kSM THE DAILY HERALD Will 1 AH1 Hivlo DullV tt tho tfol lowlna 31uooh 1 M OAIJkCo Merchant street Til HUM Fort Mrert T 0 Xrloo O CojttM LO0ALNEAVS Williams is going to photograph the Legislature to day I i - - l lags of different nations were flying yesterday in honor or Mexican inoe pendence Day The different fire companies are beginning practice for a line drill to be held in the near future ti i Aiiio Mnvin sails lor the o i iilnifnt lalnit tomor SUUlll OtilSi wtni t3 - - - row instead of today as formerly re- fclportcd vccrB l 1 Adams Cos flar cash sale will be held at their sales- room micen sireei u morning Horace Trcgloan the young son of Mr HS Trcgloan who was badly hurt by being ridden over some time ago is getrmg well again Mr R W Laine yesterday after noon in less than an hour raised a sub scription sufficient to pay the passage -of an old soldier to California i m Officer Pnaahiwa who gallantly stop ped a runaway horse on Fort street Wednesday even...

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 September 1886

wiMr If j e r ft P fc 11 m EC r i l h 1 w saJgtSggS TOILING TOYMAKEHS LIFE AMONG INGENIOUS ARTISANS Op THE THURINGIAN FOREST Mow Tncjr Work anil Live A llrnncli of lorimui Imluttry of Special Iriturcut to Amerlcn KflocU of Unctcaiillnrai Unit Kooit anil foul Air A half days journey from Hclilclburg brings tho traveler Into n region m full of quaint Interest anil strnngo Bights its any In Qurmany the laml of toys tho Sonne liorg district of tlio Tinirlnglim forest TIiIh world apart In tho unlvcma of In dustry N known very well Indeed to a certain olosn of Americans the toy Im porters better than to the Importers of any other nation As lonij ifo ns 1870 wo Americans bought In this small forest nest toys to tho vatuo of nearly MO000 and In lbSO our purchases had Increased to nearly 1000 000 and yet jiovr few of us when wo buy acrylnndollfor n Christmas present a woolydog a nodding donkoy a farm yard or any of tho thousand toys mado of wood poplor macho or wax think of tho Btrango lltll...

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 September 1886

VOL I rmrmmrmisrjjmmmmmmm LmumumJMnkjzvmwzuuBtr CHESS AND SUPPER TOGETHER rinylnB 11 flnmn Without tlio llcmnl Not Kxlmiistliii to Hi Memory At Hiippcr nfter tho ninth gnmo between Steliiltz ami Zukortort wnH over botli StulnitR and iiikertort gnvo 11 most untor tnlnltiK mid uncoiiHclmiH exhibition o clieiH without tho chess boitril Zukortort was attending to tho wing of iv duck but bin dofoitt will evidently Htlll rankling In his mlml SfblnlU bo snttl whut would you havo ilono It I had played rook take- bMiopH pawnf Pawn taken rooK ropncu bioiiuiz jKliioiitaboniioboucho from tho ducks breast Qi eon to kulghtH Blxth ubeck Bald Zitk i tori reaching for blugluas of boor King to hlshonH siiuaro pleauu pass tho Inviul replied Stelnltz it ucn takes pawn rooks sixth check nu thanks no sugar King to bishops second what 13 In that dish ponitwsf An 1 it went on both gentlemen curry ing on the business of the tublo and each with a vivid iMiess board pictured mentally beforo him They played th...

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 September 1886

fo r IS - Pa ft I k Lv - Fk I- If K W IE lwnriVii iWfiliigMiiiihiiiMi THE DAILY HERALD IS POIIMSIIKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Fun tub IROiKtrThw nv Tits f PummnNoCo ItMITFtl At llio OiUco No 0 Morolmnt St riutjts or sviisaitriTiox Per annum 600 SI monlns i 3- Ihre months t -5 lcr month 50C1 Postage additional AT Siilitcrtptlon Vtiint ii Aitrnnec llrief communication from all parti of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended for publication as well ns hush nfM communications and ndtcrtisements should Le addressed to THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 181886 THE NEWS By the arrival of the brigantinc Con suclo fifteen days from San Francisco we have dates to the 2nd inst live days later than brought by the last steamer It happens that the latest date brings news of an appalling calamity that has involved the city of Charleston South Carolina in almost hopeless destruction And the very latest despatch from the ruined city announces a heavy shock of earth quake at ...

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 September 1886

J BTS5pSSj TUB DAILY HERALD Will 1 f wlltrt TJtitVv til tho liol lowiuu llaocH M OAT IkCo Merchant street T OTHIUM PfkO E CMltH LOCAL Temperance meeting yard at 730 this evening Fort street NttAVS in Kowlets If yon dont take the Herald you 1 wont know all the news Col Sam Norris returned to I lono lulu by the bark Forest Queen yester day Mr J F Howcn defeated Mr L McShane in a match game of billiards trlast evening The weather interfered yesterday Kvith the project of photographing the Legislature A race is on between Clementina and Redwood at the kapiolam Park at two this afternoon The Bulletin expects the steamer ifico W Elder here from San Fran- Jcisco on the 23rd inst The Hawaiian Mission Childrens Society will meet at Mrs Dicksons house fterctania street at 730 this evening Mr R W Lainc and Mr Geo W Smith druggist have our grateful re gard for files of latest dates by the Consuelo Messrs fturkc Winston received L500 hogs by the hark forest Uueen land 101 by the brigantinc Consu...

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 September 1886

5 II 1 fri ii aiiri tafin lYirtMrfiTirmrr JjJd VHtt BArtDAnM Of CIVILISATION Crime In raids A Thiols Confcmton Coddling Criminal Kgolain What Is to bo done with the ovcr ln oreuslng nrrny of crime nnd vice which la rendering security In Paris a mythf In tho current number of The Nouvclle Rovuo tho Abbo Morcnu formerly olmonor nt the prison of LnGrnndo Ho quetto bus begun to wrlto his souvenirs 01 tho world of prisons nnd his conclu sions good Christian ns ho Is nro alto gether sad Tho abbes long cxpcrlonco has shown him that crlmo Is rarely an uccldont In a mans life but generally a trndo or a passion nnd thnt tlioro thou Bands whoso only moans of existence Is theft and who consldor this menus as loglttmato as labor Tho abbe quotes nn experienced thief who Is of a philosophical turn and who writes I do not bellovo much In tho con version of professional thieves nnd crim inals A thiof will always bo n thief and a murderer a murderer just na a drunkard will always bo a drunkard There ...

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 September 1886

VOL I WOMAN AND HOME A LADYS SUCCESS IN CHINA BAKING AND STAINED GLASS Mii1IK llcttiros ill Our ltnninn Itomllng liy Proxy llyglnuln itirmmits 1itruntn mill llml Chllilrou ClfiiiulmcilliorH Stslo ntl Tin to lurngrrsiilis Ml Cnrollno Nolan tho first womnn who ocr llrctl n China Kiln Is about tW years of nuK with tialo rod hair that just tlconons nun u golclon blontlo n plump short flgtiro liiimilonoil uy a largo apron wlilch runcoiilt both tlrcM and form A sweet low volco and vorv dollnlto ldoa of what sho wishes to Bay and hand illmplod llko n ha FIvo years ago alio una a kiln of tho ordinary nlzo built under tho direction of an oxporlcncod workman and having fitted horsolf for tho business in Kngland and othor countries sho hoped to maUo it Biirccss Just nt tho critical momont wliou I her Unit baking an otoiisIvo dlnnorst I among it wan toady for llrlng hor kiln 1 tiiulor was found lutoxlcatoil and as It was 1 lire or fall sho attended to tho trine horsolf until tho t hlna was rumo...

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 September 1886

t 3 ft R 1 VI THE DAILY HERALD IS IUBMSIIED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tiik Ikoi iiiktor bv tint Phkm PuuimiiivoCo llHurn At tho Ollloo No SO Mnvolmnt Bt rritiis or svnsvuiiijox Per annum G hx moiitns 3- lhrint6ntli Per month 5cH Postnge additional fuT Subscription VaunKo IfJrniicc Uricf communications from all patu of the King dom will nlwijt lie acceptable All muter Intended for publication ai well as lnii nm communications and adicrtlsements should be addressed to THU DAILY HERALD MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1S86 ABOMINABLE TACTICS On Saturday the Advertiser con tained an article apparently designed to be a crusher on this journal The organ however only succeeded in laying itstlf open to a charge of prac tising tactics disgraceful to their authors and damnatory to its reputation as a public newspjper A more shameless piece of misrepresentation and positive falsification has probably never been seen in Honolulu than the editorial article in question Our contemporary charges the Huka...

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 September 1886

ifamfu niMnWdi The steamer Volcano route THE DAILY HERALD Will 1o for fal Ilidlv at llio Kol IowIiik 1j1uhh J M OAT Jk Co Merchant street J O rilKUM Fort street Prion B ContM LOCALNEAVS A luau was given nt His Mnjestys boat house last Saturday evening A party of moonlight bathers visited the Kapiolani Jath house Saturday night The steamer Kilnuca J Ion takes n bith on the Marine Railway this morning Kinau sails on at four oclock the this afternoon Two Chinamen were eeen on Satur day haggling over a string of mice or young rats The photographing of the Legisla ture will take place weather permit ting at four this afternoon A band of natives in a boat sere naded the Japanese nian of war and the yacht Hrunhilde Saturday evening Some malicious person poisoned eight or ten chickens belonging to Mr II M Dow Lunalilo street on Friday night last The arrivals at the Hotel on Satur day were A V llopke Kahutui J J Aubertin England Rev T R G Peck New York W W Goodale Hawaii A verv tolly luau wa...

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 September 1886

II 1 r J fl s In BV r V r R A bUMinMaMUUktfilfaaiiitaMaMMaAUMiitt ThA Arkf fciaiibhiinlUhtlnttfcxbinltiml Cloisonne vnsos liavo nlwayn bccuob Jects of admiration in IntoUIgent in clt clcti of this nnd other countries but It is extremely doubtful lfono proud posses oorcf elnlsonns work In n hundred had tho faintest conception of how their hlglih valued trcnurcs were mndo It Is now no longer n seeict but If the rommico of myi tory has disappeared there has taken lir plnco n ilcep scuso of admiration for the patience and laborious perseverance of tin nhillfiil workmen which fully makes 111 for It Tho flrstBtnRO lsthohninmcrlnit of sheets of coppor Into Rrncefully slmped vases plaques or other articles Awim or plaque thus lalmrlously shaped Is then passed Into tho bander of tho designer who draws with n peculiar Ink upon the copper such fanciful design as his Imagi nation nnd artistic instincts may dictate after which tho copper article Is given Into tho hands of a most patient young wo...

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 September 1886

VOL I Thii Npocliil Gluirm Worth Cultivating Kvory woman lias somo ripoclnl charm which slio shouM Ihid out and cultlvnto It nuy bo lior oyos her mouth hor lialr hor brow hor form hor hand or her foot It may consist in synio trick ot smiling or of a drooping lid Bonn grnco of epoocli or of nil nco of Inu jht r or of motion Tlioro nro ngly bunutlos Now York Btago has oik and Fifth avonno anothor as ngly and as Irrodstlblo as that famous couutosi in Horlln of whom Lola Monte mod to toil Hlio had a dull oyo n rough akin a dumpy fornl and a i nose But slmduid 1111 uxtitilslto voice and nho uudurstood tlio dllllcult art of con vei nation Mho know in what hor strength lay ana sho cultivated hor two gifts to lliu hlgheit point Had I daughtor IjoIii Monto said tho llrst thing 1 would touch hor should bo Hint to cons ono charmingly Is a far groator nc comilUhmnnt than to play xing or danco well Now York Knslilou Uaznr Superstitions ill tlta 1itlr Sox If a young lady llnds n four loaf clover ...

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 September 1886

Si 6 It K hJ THE DAILY HERALD is ruiiusmi EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For the PnorwrniR irt Tim PjiKHliHaisniMiCo I LlMITFO At tho OlHco No 0 Morohnnt St Tiuiiw or sanscntPTiay Pcrannum hi montnt i Ihrc momlitj S Iermonth iai Postage additional tf Uubierlptlon Vuiiibe i llrlef communitttlons from all parti of the KtngJora will nlwi i be acceptable i All matter intended for publication M well as bui n communications and adertlerncnt thould be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2i 1886 IMPEACHMENT The Advertiser appears like a hero ofTJonnybrook fair anxious for some body to tread on the tail of the Minis terial coat In Saturdays issue it spoke very coungeously in challenging impeachment of the Ministers on an imaginary charge If the Legislature takes an impeaching turn however there are sufficient arrears of work in that line to occupy it while further imestigations proceed- along lower levels of maladministration than those already disclosed Vox instance here is a list...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 21 September 1886

b w 1 atoiWlrfMWrfHlflwtllfMWMmtefWrfW1lWlHWlillMMfcM THE DAILY HERALD Will lo An wtilo Dully ivt Ihn tfol lovvlnu 31hooh J M OAT Jr Co Merchant slieet T O THRUM Fort street Piloo O CcmtH LOOALJNEWS The electric light bill is up to day 1 n n The yacht llrunhildc will sail on or about next Monday I I II Ml Honokaa and Kukuihacle mills each made about 3000 tons of sugar this season The steamer Iwalani takes a new boiler weighing seven tons to Koloa plantation Kauai to day There arc three small bridges in a dangerous hole this side of a plank near the Pali Drivers beware If the early bird catches the worm the Maunakea street traders fortune should be represented by a sea serpent The Legislature was not photo graphed yesterday because it ran down to the harbor to sec the Kinau go out The lumber yards arc so full that they are breaking out on the street as witness a big pile of deals near the foot of Fort street Creditors of Quong Yuen and York Kec are going to look after their re specti...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 21 September 1886

ie BfA fc H e irv - 9 fc v n I4 i j 1 M t ir Unesr nyirlenlo OnrmenU of Crank If the leotuwr on modern drew hU phylclnn to me In rontlon to lusalth and UImuu would only bo a Ittle more cmuld urate of personal appearance and not al ways u sat their argument by ad ooatlug combinations and ttocklngi of wool a woolen union garmont with dildi kirt and a dress thow would le sonisuso In their preaching lUt both men and womon who doliver themselves to the scary Instruction relative to the abandonment of fashionable dress always 40 n Btop too far Thay will not bo modjrato They will nllow of no medium way for women to look graceful nnd pretty while conforming to tuno abom Inoblo hyglonicprln Iplos Women ought to be told that when thoy bare tholr shoulders below a certain point they oxposo tho upper lobes of tho lungs t ho bo it of consumption that when th y can not fasten tholr bolts without their 10 sots thoy are lacod too tight that when they uoar high hools on their boots tuoy thi ow tholr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 22 September 1886

VOL I WHAT ONE SMALL HEAD KNOWS JTlio Wolsht of limit Facta Stored In the riReoiiUoloi of Memory Tiiko tho nnlmni world for exnmplo cronturcs thomsolves nrulnot their nnnies nnrt look nt tho diversity of cnt and dogs gonti nnd shcou booties mid butterflies BolcH mul nlirlinps Unit oven the ordinary unlearned man knows and recoRiilzcs nnd mostly roinonibors Narrow the question down to io mono nnd tlll you Rot tho Mima rcnult Con sider the St llonmrds nnd mastiffs tho Diiir and bulldogs tno uincK mm inns win King innruus me biiuuii uuko leer hounds ino bihvoniiu ihuu swiimu rre hounds und tlio low uueiisiiiintiB mat ton buy by tho yard Kvery ono of those nnd countloss others hns got to have its roll nil to Itself In tno cinssuicniory department of tho human hrnln nnd I lnupposo nnothor cell for Its numo In tho portion spcclnlly dovotcd tolnngunRO nlso Add to thoBO the plants llowors fruits I loots and other well known veRotnblo products whoso names nro famlllor to nlinost ovurybody an...

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

I I THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISIIKI EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Fo tiik PKomirirrm nf thn l Pibi imiimiO llillTPU At tho OnlobNo CO Moiohtmt St TKU3IS OF SVltSCUIITIOX Per annum 600 Si montns 3 Tire months Perraonlh sc Pottage additional kT Subterlpttoiit layabt in Attraiitr Brief communications from all paits of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All mitten Intended for publication as well busl ums ommunicatlons and advertisements should be add ucd to THK DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY SEPTEMR 22 1886 A RETREATING SALLY Nothing but a backdown could have been made by the Advertisir from the awkward position where it placed itself by its wild attack on this paper Its retreat is however not a very graceful one Our charge against the Government of having wrongfully made away with the special deposit to cover the difference between silver and gold lemains un answered and unanswerable That the Legislature did not take cognizance of the transaction be I ore the currency bill came up ii not to ...

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

the daily herald I- Will bo fbf mhIo Dully t tho luwitm 1Iiiooh J M OAT JR ft Co Merchant street i fl THRUM Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS LMluo 3 ContH Hotel Slteet LOCALNEWS 1 he steamer V G Hall reports fine weather on Hawaii i Two inebriates were slated last night at the Station House Hon S 13 Dole left for Kauai by the steamer Iwalani last evening i N Makce Wailiee Maui is p registered at the Hawaiian Hotel iini the senior and junior crews of I the Myrtle Club were out last night Mr J J Aubcrtin of London had a pleasant interview with the King on Monday n The Honolulu Rifles meet for drill this cveninc A full attendance is re- a quoted I rim stpamshii Geo W Elder is ex pected from San Francisco to day or tr inorrow Ihcre was a regular jam of ius toners at the Popular Millinery House yesterday afternoon 1 Princess Likchlce will be at home at her atkiki residence from two to five ocock this afternoon Mr T I Kinc of King Bros goes it to the Coast by the Alameda to select Christmas...

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

K ft fh I ll I Km W M i W J I Ji S H THK WHIMS miArj MwiTniifrt so iHm LOOOrvlOTlVES THAT GET THE SULKS AND HAVE BALKY STREAKS An Account ot tlm Mubborncat Kiifilno Tliiit win Ever Tut on n lload Like mid Dlillkes Ilotwvnn Locomotives nnil Knglnocrs Some Chios Ilocomotlves are funny things said on Erlo engineer and Ive aeon thorn some times when I belleed they were actually human They Rot the sulks and have balky streaks and when thoyro In such moods you cant make- tlmo with them any moid than you can ily Then again theyll bo M chipper and willing as ft thor oughbred horso and ou actually have to hold em in to keep from running into sta tions ubend of tlmo I supposo the subborncst locomotlvo thut was over put On a road was one of the Twin Sisters a couplo of splendid ma chines built by the Now York Central a fe years ago They wore mado exactly alike in every particular from the same pittcinsj by the samo workmen and with the Rninnnintnrluls There vvnmit a man ou tho load that could ...

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