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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 24 March 1887

I r i I ul vl r 11 i ft IvJ I m i i to Ml fii 511 U M 1 1 i i wv P feii Y - L - Gfei n i lilt uS L c Jwr L BUS - U M 1 re r tv T T n PVi 3dK W r K Ar i a if 0 I1 k wtMm mm M CJ WHAT HAT 0OOOWIN THINK Tfy eef the DM l4en to MtesweitfsaV den Can tt A Wmee or OmmW in ttrp Iwwii Ml ii in one gets -of the Okl World i detfghtful and odd p Monitor nnjrttrr of pwtVtM ooetomkg MsMb Ud poverty I Mir remember mtac snoh Man a tint J sVHneseed when j leartniet Liverpool A poor a wnmnn end n ooy were Ak with only two i tUnst which A eerepttasa uogyrarK we aoos drsas and a tcaiA 0veringlhatsjAireTedfoTlhl BhOe ton eJdng torn Wish ttoentieg J w tow whit hairs yet moamiagya huge sun ttWMMIIBNp MT WOO tM Street Tbbtyl VrlLTnoTWbDlrd Mts Jen nie Leu to ntoea lor bar portrayal of Poor Jo ttt 1 jsnw AM wnty consumptive lad Ma ato ixaanv to earn u few sennM OfoaJHith begging m sVsroue to carriod at A fairoeter extent than have toot my M reeaert It to weded We do not kswr What arty is tt near America fait...

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. — 25 March 1887

VOL II General Jttiucrltccmcnlo SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF KlsUiblishecl a 710 Insurance cITectetl upon every description ir properly nt current Tales oi premium TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 3273337 Claims nrranced lv tlie Local AucnU and mid with promptitude and liberality The JurMictlon o the iocal Tribunal reeognlml G AV Maeforlnno Co Agent for Hawaiian Islands Pantheon Stables lHI VATB HACKSTAND Corner Fort find Hotel Strccto Honolulu TELEPHONE 34- Hcvc now it well organlted reliable claM of drivers The carrisges Horses etc nave been much Improved and arc In condition to do good service W A Dlldlnc of the Pan tile jn Stables has consented to take charge of this department and drive one of the carriage himself and by o doing pay strict attention to the business in nil its departments S I SHAW Manager c j McCarthy IIAs KtCKlVKl IKOM San Francisco per MarliKm and other late arrials a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Duettas Li...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 25 March 1887

THE DAILY IIBEALD tS PUflllSllKD EVERY M ORNMNG EXCEPT SUNDAYS ton TlPiMrifTo iriUK irt ruiiwmwcCc Limited OHIop Noi GO Moreliiittt RJ Tinus or svnsonirnnW lr iinMim Sii mntn Three month rrMenth Jfceb Jo3 ije JKtl tlT Siilitfrlpltonn 7inffn in tttraiirr Ilntf Ntnnnimnlnm from ftll potuof th Klngilom will always be MWpuV Allnuulcft ifileadetl for puMtattan a tll coniramaittoM and mlrwrtviwnn ttailtl le tldmwl In THE DAILY IIKKALP FRIDAY MARCH 25 1887 UNWONTED INTERFERENCE A few Sundays ngo the police sum marily compelled Mr Richtcr pro prietor of the Victoria restaurant to close liis door at seven oclock In the evening On the following Sunday evening a regular boarder went to that restaurant at about eight oclock and finding the door closed knocked for admittance The proprietor came to the door and stated as above that the policy had compelled him to close at seven oclock The hungry man told him that the police had no right to do any such thing as the law had been changed at the last...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 25 March 1887

ff IE DAILY 1IEBALI Kvill bo An hhIo Dully ul 11m V- TO THRUM Fwtrtrttt tj j SOPKK MtrehAM itrett RY irAL SODA WORKS lintel Rtt FRIDAY MARCH 25 1887 JOOA2NJSW Mail per Ktlreka closes nt 0 oclock The Cosinornma goes to Hilo next The New York Jftrald weekly of Marrli 2nd contains a uoscriplion of the recent lava flow AvnUcnby a cor respondent in Iluti 3n01iilii Mr Paul Trotnmlitz s in town re Drescntinu the Paul O Unrns Wine Company of California proptictors of the Zcrb1 Hticna Vineyard ban Jose j A stock of memorandum books furnished by the Mutual Life Insur ance t o arc ncing iean out 10 an who desire them at the office of Messrs Wilder Co agents 1 Native fishermen wore patiently waiting for bites but in vain so far ns an observation of several minutes I went at the Pacific Mail wharf last l evening Tin Chock Chinese was arrested 1 by Capt Tell yesterday on n warrant charging him with the larceny of cases of baking powder worth about 18 from the store of Messrs 11 May Co US A mule d...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 25 March 1887

TUB WHITE HOUSE A9 IT APPEARS TO THE NAKED EYE OF THE PUBLIC The Aaplintt Drive nnil the Sandstone loot tVnlk The Jtntriiiice nml Ves tlbnlr lnrnlturo nml llccnrntlnn On the Hcromt Iloor Cnlilnet llniiin The White Hondo is truly beautiful nnd it should bo for it liiw cost alnco tlio begin ning nearly 2000000 Auilil nil its mag nificence however thcro nro ninny hiti of tlio commonplace nnil In that iKirt of It which U dally viewed by the public eye It Is In places nettmlly ohabby In this letter I want to describe the bushier part of the Whllo Hon m It striken tin average waller It Is n great whllo btilldlng of two stories nnd n Imminent with n jiorto cochero In Its front nnd mi Iron roiling tipped with linns gilding nt the side It has n big lawn In front of It nnd thcro Is n fountain spouting up n sprny In tho center of this The front door Is reached by n creesent or asphalt drives In tho top of which lies this jiorto cochero This nphnlt Is cracked In places and It gives back nil tho...

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. — 26 March 1887

VOL II H Central uucvliscmcnls W Muolarlniio Co Agent Tor Hawaiian Island Pantheon r -- -- v n t artnin a very tuuite mupvuun ui i ii smuuts articles consisting in pari 01 Havana Cheroots Operas Ducttai Llt f tie Dudes Triplets Cherubs and the Fine Flor tic Cuba AKn some Full DreiM lct Sweet Cnpornl n I other pupular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to come and try some of thsse line goods which can ue nan ai 107 JFORT STREET ONOLULU IKON WORKS Co Menu Vnytnet Jlollrin Siiynr Mill Cooler Iron llniMn anil mil Cinttluw Hunoiulu II I Machinery of every description made to or der Particular attention paid to Ships Mack smithing Job woik executed on the shortest notice NOTICE TO HACKMEN AND Liivevy S tables If you are in need of a GOOD CU UNDER CARRIAGE IJUGGY 1UAIiTON or CART call on CIIAS T HOY T cornur of Alakea and King streets before you make your purchase elsewhere Every carriage is warranted for one year T GOMES Watchmaker and Jeweler Opposite Ivlllc Ice Cream Parlors Hotel St Man...

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. — 26 March 1887

TEE DAILY HERALD IS PUtlUSIIKD EVERY MORNING EXQBPT SUNDAYS rex TiiilPnomliTOR ivJIHE Vttn PctLKiilknCo LtMltCO Ollloo Xo HO rorolinnt St TNHJts of svnsoiitvnox Per annum Six rnontm Thttc nWMlrt Im month Jo lJo 5tt lHta2t xMltfonil tr SiilHcrliiltons Vaiinb In Attranre Ilnef chimmatti9n Irom all jailicf the KlnsOom will alwayt U atttplahtc SATURDAY MARCH 26 1887 PUBLIC FINANCES - Nincly ninc anil nine tenths per cent of -lie independent taxpayers of the Hawaiian Isands arc desirous of ob- taming certain items of useful Informs tW relative to the disposal of the cash rolled in to the Treasury during the months of December and January last The statement of the receipts and ex penditures for last year has never been incoming The firstquartcrs figures Cfor 1887wiU be looked for with some little curiosity Figures like words may be used diplomatically to cover up instead of to express the truth fhc last exhibit from the Finance Ministers office was most elaborate in the number and variety...

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. — 26 March 1887

THE DAILY HERALD Will bo fti mile Dally t Urn 11 luwlnu LMuuoni 1 1 THRUM lwtuet II SOlfctt Merchant alrrct IRYSrAt SODA WORKS Hole SliMt Irlott fi ConlK SATURDAY MARCH 26 1887 IOCAJLJNriiTSVS Amateur minstrels tonight Mr- Hcwctt lias on exhibition and for sale a very desirable convenience to business men being IJrowcr Brothers letter file cabinet Captain Phillips of the brig Allic Rowe who took sick on ic recent voyage has been ill ever sincb arrival but is now steadily improving The quarterly exhibition of KauniP kapili Sabbath School will take place to morrow morning at 1030 a m Visitors cordially welcome Steamers Mokolii from Molokai and Rilauca IIou from llamakua arrived almost simultaneously in the order given just before twelve last night Mr Harris who came here as seeni 1 matd 6fftfict iirt Lady Latnpsdn li got theposfiidn of boatswain on II S Kaimilor He is an expericne sailor and is at present employed i rigging the vessel Two of the superior residences ad vertised to let ...

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. — 26 March 1887

l h DEAD LETTER CURIOSITIES Strnnge Thine VTlilch Arc Untlicrcd from Undo Sams Mulls Many curious secret nro unfolded In tho dead letter offlce ond there nro reasons tlio owners never coino to claim property There Stands now nmong tho other dead lottOrs a palrof number six ladys shoes What an nflllctlon for nny lady to lay claim tof Tho lady tlinnlcs fortuno that her nnmo was not on the package mid allows them to bo Mld nt auction An Old witf has been lying In tho ofllco for two years without n claim ant whllo tho owner probably wears his hat In church A pair of corsets mado to em brace a thirty three inch waist can find no ono to confess to them They stand around wjth rovcrnl other alrs of Rmallcr slio awaiting the auction Hut corsets and wigs and sewing machines nro not tho only curious things that turn up In dead letters Uesido innumerable pairs of shoes suits of clothes handkerchiefs collars nnd cuffs cheap jewelry with nn occasfonal lock of hair ond engagment rings there nro nu...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 March 1887

I Hvn IalthaM fi a- o VOL Ih Z3ZZ er JlbticttiinntntB SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF LONDON- iJJstablilleciaTlO ltmimhce afioj cylry dftferlpjlor TOTAL UM IUED IHiBsT Claim atraned by The Local Acents tW tuid ith promptitude and liberality The jutlNllctfuH A the Local TrlbunalstccoKnltetl G W Ktoforiwie Co u Agent for Hawaiian Islands Pantheon IWATJBHAGKSTAP CosW FortWiHtfcf twt HMlk J TELErilONlb 34 Have now o well otijAtiited reliable clasi of dttvert The carriages hone etc have been much improved ami ate In condition to do cood wrl AV A Dlldtne oMhtj 1an theoa Slablea ha consented to take chaise of this department and drive one of the cairlaee himself and by so dohiR pay itrlet aUcitlion tu tilt business 111 an it ucpanmems S I SHAW Managed c J McCarthy HAS RCRIVftD FROM Sin Francisco nerJStatlam and other late sirlvala very choice collection of cigars and c tsarticles consisting in part of CkerpU Owni DuettM Lit tle Di4Tilt ClttnstM wmI the Mat Ftor 4c Cub AUoaohw Full Dm Pel Sweet Canoral...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 March 1887

r i i 1 1 1 I a V A m fcv Kh 5l Re ft ft lV l M 3 1 E iSi M Si - LJ WSf -a 0 7F THE DAILY HERALD 13 rUBUSHED EVERlMORNlNG - EXCEPT SUN DAYS rbRTMjP6KiiTo ivjfiir Pm PimtmnnoCo LlMITItD CMSdJtfrk4 3vMiag Bthi Street MONDAY MARCH 28 1887 HILO HAPPEKINGS Whmgt De Un4er the Opfem LkM lersl Notei Loctl Goulp A splendid example of how the ricw opium law we rks was shown to the people of Hilo last week when two eiUcers entered the store of a China man and in the back room caught several Chinese with a complete opium outfit The officers arrested the Chinese found in the room and conveyed them and the oplUmoutfit to the Police Sta tion where a charge of smoking opium was lodged against them They were accordingly taken before the Judge the next morning who dismissed the case upon the evidence of the proprietor of the establishment who produced a license to sell opium Now this shows howcutc the Chinese arc in cheating the law as it now stands Anyone can go into the room of one who holds 0 lice...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 March 1887

THE DAILY HERALD -Will Me for nl Dally l tho loVtrititf XMuOOst T THRUM v I II SOFEK i VMl ntfeet Ma Merchant street CRVSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Sum Jrlort O Contd MONDAY MARCH 28 1887 LOCAL six tfdafiHcri arV wanted riant away at Mr GulicVs employment agency Fine band programme for to ntpht beginning with the Honolulu Rifles MarchJj There has been some heavy left hand bowling by right handed players at the Fort strcfit alley lately The best score so far is 83 out of a possible 250 Mr Hon did not have enough of his stcarn made ice cream to supply the demand yestenhy nine gallons being all cleared out at en early hour A monthly dividend of one dollar ner share is announced payabls to morrow on the capital stock of the Peoples Ice nnll Refrigerator Com H V - A life insurance policy and good wine arc alikcC They become more valuable with ace in the Miitual Life G Wilder agent lake out a policy of New York S Jv Ye next Frycfaynylc iiyc tvmc of goodlie cntcrtnynmcntc of Mufick nnd Harmonyef...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 March 1887

V i m i W BULL HUNS PANIC HOW CANDLER WADE AND OTHERt HAjLTED THE STRAGGLERS Omplilo ecrllitlon of ilic Event n Ho isted by One of Hie Eye Witness A Lot of Frightened ll amnn Cntllo nt Bay f f In his life of Don Walla the Hon A O Riddle Of Washington lnodcstly omtU nil 1 mention of liU own part In tho baltlo of Still Bnri And tho othor orculng 1 called upon him to obtain his recollections of It Do I remember it1 ho exclaimed with a amlle I should thlilk I did for a letter T Wrote to my wife giving nn account of rny exporlcnco oil that day got Into tho news papers through tho carelessness of a gcntlo man to wham It was given to read and caused my defeat for congress nt tho licit election T was In congress at tho time and tho i easont went to tho battle was thlst Tho Cleveland Grays commanded by Oen Alex ander McDowell McCook wcro nt tho front and It was tho finest company In tho finest regiment of tho cutlro army I liad jrrom sM to go to the front and Join them in their first battle ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 29 March 1887

VOL II - Ccncvul Jtfjbcitbcmcnta SUN FIRE OFFICE -OK LONDON- BJslablialiqa 1T10 Insurance effected upon every description of property nt current rates ofptemlttnis TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 Clatmi arranged by the Local Agents and paid with promptitude and liberality The jurisdiction of the Local Tribunal recognised G W Mncfarlano Co Agent for Hawaiian Islands Pantheon lMVATE HACKSTAND Corner Fort and Hotel Streets Honolulu TELEPHONE 34 Have now a well 0rg1ntrcd reliable claw of driven The carriages bones etc have been much Improved and are In condition to do good service V A Dildlne of the Pan theon Stables has consented to tnVe charge of thlsdepirtment and drive one of the carriages himself and by so doing pay strict attention to the business In all Its departments S I SHAW Manager c j McCarthy HAS RBCRIVBD FROM San Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars nnd smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Ductus Lit tle Dudes...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 29 March 1887

IT IV K k I I- iu F r Ii i i LV ft t if- few ivr irny Air irViigjt fiifcmii f j j rtliiimliMi ifiMKiao itnmiiiminntiiiiniowiiiiiirriitf Mwiiif i in i IlVif i TEE DAILY HERALD tS PUDLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS roVnii rnomitto iv ts rFureruniKoCo i 0 JLlMITItD 09kcr1FriendBnildingr Bethel Street TlCttMS of svnscnifTWv Per annunw 680 Si raonlh5i 1iM Pet foomhvT joctf Pottage addition AJT SubttrlpHani Fnynb In Jdtantr IMtf coraraunitmom Irom all pant of tha Kingdom will always be acceptable All mitten intended for publication m wet atbut mil communication and adrtrtlwtnentt ahould te ddretxd to THE DAILY HFRALD TUESDAY MARCH 29 1887 BRITISH DEGENERATION Englishman have tccn jironc to regard with high disdain not to say superciliousness the prevalent practice in Federal and State legislative bodies of the United States of reading speeches It has been called indeed an American custom and asserted to be unknown and something that would not be tolerated in the parent Legislature of ...

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. — 29 March 1887

f 0 THRUM Et tt SOPKKoii HE DAILY HERALD IWill be for wlo EhiUV at the I Fotlttrttt MercWt lit itt V iifsTit0 tii e RYSTAb OVJU HUnftO HiUiHwIIiIIUWI dlECl jpriow O uimin TUESDAY MARCH at 1S87 local 3snErws School street bridge is ready for traffic after repairs M I m Ml IM HnlemaUmail in the great caldcra fof Kilatica Is reported active On both sides f The Cosmornttia closed a fairly sue- ccssful season in Honolulu yesterday Pand will be shipped to Hilo to day II inilWtlllllllBIIIW An elegant specimen of shorthand reporting Grahams standard or Pit mans is on exhibition in Mr Sopors I window Rev Alex Mackintosh desires results Iof the ladies collections fur St Andrews Cathedral Building Fund to be handed in by to morrow morning 1 I 1 Cant Ashford is to have the eagle on top of the Honolulu Rifles presenta tion nan replaced wjm wic Hawaiian I crown inscribed with tne national motto MIWI I bHliMlll The Hawaiian Rifle Association is seeking subscriptions already with fair 1 success 10 ...

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. — 29 March 1887

Ln fM M i j i j iH -if Iff 4 P L ilF v feH ft MOB- tr t4 V i iiwii ii ii in jii ijii j ii ijiiiii ii hi in iiqjiiiiii ii - Wniav - - i 3p f wmvmek JiTr J nteMSMaiiMiM THE DWELLfcftS IN TENEMENTS the Frotilotn of How Tliey Shall rive Antlpnthy Apalnt tlie Country A tenement house In Now York is do fined by law as every house building or portion thereof which Is rented leased or hired out to bo occupied or la occupied as the home or rcsldenco Of more than tbreo families living Independently of one another and doing their cooking on the premises or by more than two families upon a floor bo living and cooking but having r common right In the halls stair ways and yards Ihere nro many special laws rilntlng tti tenement houses In regard to flro escapes ventilation etc Many efforts liavo been mado to Improve the con struction of thoso buildings butilio demity rof the population whero they are In wo almost precludes the possibility of any re form In thilr Kinifiirv condition The cullarsimpo ...

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. — 30 March 1887

IK r Kj a uTwrnm - - mMWi - riii i VOL II J t J - Bl MT 1 u vr l uiiuinc in tiro iu I t JL tiil Kan ecmienlcJ lo take ebaree of - f ihiiucpanineni bu uuvu wuuui wup f hlmteH and by o uome pay unci attention to the butln t all Vttf ilepittnwUl - s i siiaw Manager c J McCarthy HAS RECftVtO PROM San Franclicp per Matlooi and other late atrial ft very cholee collection of rigata and imuVeni MtwM aoilMta apart P Hatam fchtwW OjMTM DliM th Fine FKCkCW Alio tome cuu ircM ret aweei vaporai r anu oilier pojuar mim ui viyiciiva 1 11 i DonliaMjelo comeajwHry gc of the fine go64wrii w lnat TTOHOLOLUlROH WORK C Mmm Niin JtHfri 0r MHt e ur rMttcMtr tHtntwn nam 10 mwi L miWn f oh w Mccttte4 Oft twe tt - 3 Tf6rftAKMEN If you arc jrt fluepf a GOOD CUTUNpERCARRIAGE BUGGY PHAKTOwr CART call on CHAS T HOYT corner of Alakea and King stret Mqrt you itaakc ywr purchase clscwKefo J5vjrycrriaf it warranted forpnyw JriOJMPEi Oppoiite Elite ICnm rarlor Hot4St I Tm jfci w a Sillf TfHOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing ...

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. — 30 March 1887

mmih uium H11 lriwwwiiiiiwiMi B it - M T J I v v it - fj fci f k a r I II lv tM i KTT t fe l T- mu li MEW r mm THE DAILY HERALD IS PUD1IS1IKD EVERY MORNING i ron TnVTMjMitrp m tn Pars Pi mikhikqCo Pr Tlirt nuntht Pf month - IIJMItBb i asfif Sit moot A Mf2rv A tflwltttak Bethel Street w JCO ISO Soctf PoiUjfc addflicnaT iWri JioJ n lriHe Bryijpi9tftU3uions rob All pttrtl of tVe Kingdom Will atwayiM acctptablt All marten ImtmM for publication at wtll ai tail n eommsnloaionT Hid adteftlMnwntt thouU M ditraucd to SlyFWi veBnesday MARCH y Ji An oiganizcd protest from the tax payers against neglect on the part of the Road Supervisor to mend the pirtWc vrffy is n occurrence MTJdritlber yesterday thinks would be unfortunate which morning and to which oucgeniahconten1poraryiis op posed While wc would not object ver0si37nuotosty tiofghnueifVtaclU uponany neglect ofpubhe interest- wc cannot sag jjiat wc arc in favor of the tax payersjjjurlift tneimelvfisj agnlnst the Road Supervisor It would be...

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. — 30 March 1887

K3W8 w VSJKaflSnHBMBBPBJBjSVKwT VJDSSSMW VMWilJ Tr JTO3yrjH 1iPMKHJslfflpHEiriFitr JTJIlriW vvum TWfirv V13S i WR r2firw J -ST iyWraPl AJrr t f C 1 HnlJ - awM P ff Jtk L T i3 IWT7 T ft H Ct44iltSSSa - y - t tad THE DAILT HEMLB wltl ha ftf iilo Dklly til th ol lowltiK XMugool roV4f ALlsODA V0RK8 -He jptioo 15 Contrt WEDNESDAY MARCH V Ejtallfwho lately worked for Mr J A McKenzie plumber was arrested yesterday by Officer Akau on a war rant charging him with obtaining money under false pretences Sever I ronHnidi8 jua among the wit nesses subpoenaed against him It is said that he raked in a good deal of coin about town much of ii by an un authoruwdatuse of Mr McKenzies name r y Among the Chinese A maic lantern exhibition and sale of refreshments drew- a large crowd to ttie dilnekVy MVC A last evening Mr F V Damon showed a series of fine pictures explaining each in English as heAvtrht along while Mr Lol Cheung interpreted The pictures comprised scenes jnd objects in both sacred- and ipfof...

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