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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 23 September 1886

VOL I DOING UP A FLY SCREEN MAN Tho rroprlotor 1Vn Vorjr limy Conduct AVlilcli Wb Grossly Outrageous Ho lmd n wimplo fly screen under his nrm nntl ho turned nsldo nnd ontorod a llttlo slioo shop on Ltifayotto ntrcot oust I vhns worry busy to lay sold tho coblcr ns ho looked up I supposo so nnd bo nro tho illos vfna thotoply My friend huvo you Riven ntiy thought to tlio momontous quory SlinK I Koop tho Flloa Out or In This SummorV 1 hut to git tlils boot dono in halfhn hour Exactly nnd I dont propoto to hinder you I nm tnken orders for lly screons You can peg peg awny whllo wo talk talk lly scroons I doan vhant sonic That Is to any you proposo to sit In this shop nil summer nnd oncourngo tho vIbIUj ot winged Insects Do you know how much tlmo a man loses In four months In striking at fllcsf I doan flguro oop on him Of courso you dont but I havo You will loso just two days In every month Thats eight days thrown away nnd not a lly killed Now then I dont vhant somo lly scroons That Is yo...

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. — 23 September 1886

r in f B lEVERY is published 1MMMIiMiilltllillWWll THE DAILY HERALD MORNi IjG EXCEPT SUNDAYS For nt IRorRisTOR nv tiik 1kkm Pum wiiso m LlMITFO At tho Ofllco No CD Mmohrmt St xktaut svnscntiTiox Per annum Sit montni Tbre monthi Per month 600 3 oo 150 50 c Postage additional t3T Suhttrtptlont VagnMe in Atltnntt Ilrief communication from ll parUof the Kingdom will alwayt b acceptable All frtUI m itttiltratlnn a well a bust uii comr inicatlon and adveVllwrnents thould be addressed to THE DAILY 1IURALD THURSDAY SEPTEMBR 23 1886 BETTER WAS EXPECTED For the family coterie holding svay in Hawaiian affairs to oppose election reform is not the unexpected that is said always happens All that the combination referred to has of power or jjelf it owes to the facility with which tinder the present discreditable and effete system a portion of the electorate may be debased and manip ulated for the purposes of illegitimate ambition But of Ministers coming fresh from the observation and exper ience o...

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. — 23 September 1886

lmmtmukmiaimUiti tTHE DAILY HERALD li Will bo for Halo Dully at the luwlne Illation I V HAT Tb Prt MpMibM tlr fJt 0 THRUM Fort street jCRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel St eet r lrloo O Conts LOCALNEWS Skating to night at the Yoscmitc The dancing school at the Yosctnite rjnk lias disbanded Honolulu society will miss several fnir ornaments after the Mararoa calls i tf 11 t i f t luiss iLuiicii mis unarc ui iuu sihool at Pahala Hawaii this term in f place of Mr Glctidon f i Some of the rescued sailors of the Dtinnottar Castle arc willing to stay here if they can get work A monthly dividend of a dollar a i share will be served on ice to day at Mr W E Fosters office B The King goes down to his boat house at five in the morning to vise the training of his oarsmen Captain Killman of the bark At lanta now in port came to Honolulu as chief officer of the steamer V G Hall Hon W C Parke was sixty five on Tuesday and bears his years well He was Marshal thirty four years up to 1884 Messrs E 1 Adams Co w...

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. — 23 September 1886

ti I iA el I KA- I rf ff II i i f - I 1 bo TRAVELERS IN CHINA LOOKING OUT FOR -ROUTES FOR A GREAT RAILROAD v 4 Unmelcjoino Attention fioin n Curious Crowd of Men mill Hoys Polltonoss of the Governor Oonorul An Apology fur the 1eralttont Intruder Wohnd sent Wang Fuyoh with our passports to the governor gcneralu Vamen with Instructions to nay If ngrcc nbla to him wo sliould call and pay oar respects and so fur us might bo necessary explain the object of our traveling In that part o llonau We had already been In formed by a young mandarin connected with tho Ynmen who had crossed the rlvor vi Ith ns that the governor general was oidy temporarily holding the oltlco that ho was not well and that a now governor general was expected soon licnco wm anticipated that It might not bo con venient for him to receive us and in ulructed Wang Fuyoh to say in that case that wo wero examining tho Yollow rlvor and its embankments and would llko to huvu possporlo into tho province of Shan tung together ...

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. — 24 September 1886

VOL I FOR SHE LOVED MUOH fo mystery thnt mnkes nil hearts nklnl iO victory that coiinuoreil onus miiv wlnl 10 luwly gnto for prltlo to outer In I Kor much bIio lovedl Untcmptcd eouls nnti puro Nd itenror craco your Bnowy robes nssuro I Than lovo doth to the fallen one secure iNo richer olTcrlnR tho chortthlm Tliu Holy Ono8 attomlnnts bring to mm licforo whoso light their angelhood la dim 0 rescued soul for whom tho Lord hnth ntrivanl Mil 1r1 II nf ttinVna lnn Tfla InnV lint bo riven ffliou lovost much for much thou wnst forgiven Jcnnlo V Colton In Tho Current llntol Accommodation In tho South It lins been snld by ninny trnvolors thnt you censo to got ft good hotel mcnl nftor you leftvu riillmlolpliln going botiuiwnru This might bo qualified with regard to llaltlmore but Haltlmoro still cooks In tho old fashioned way hanging to Jowl and gieens oysters etc You arrlvo ntnpnlr of good hoteli when you get to Jackson ville IJn which Is probably distant from nshlngton City 1000 miles or ne...

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. — 24 September 1886

i r ii I I if I- THE DAILY HERALD is lUiiLisnnu EVERY -MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For tiikIjjpmior nv Tim IMXtlvnLMiiiNnCo Limited jVt tho OfllopNo QO Mtiialmnt St TEU3IH O HVHSCMVriOX Per rnutii 600 Six moilns 3 Ihre months I 5 Iermonih 5 Postage mlJiiionil CT Sitbtrvlptlont lniift in Aitrnntr Biief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will alwa be Acceptable All nutters intended for publication well ai bui nrs communications nd advertisements should be addressed to THS DAILY HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1886 THE WASHINGTON MINISTER His Excellency H A P Carter after a brief visit to the Kingdom intends returning to his diplomatic duties at Washington by the steamship Alameda due to call here on Saturday next Mr Carter has served this country faithfully at the capital of the United States His duties have frequently o ing to the de termined assaults made upon the reci procity treaty been trying and onerous in the extreme Yet his knowledge of the true nature of the compact as af fec...

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. — 24 September 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Will bo for Hiilo Dully lit Hi 3roJ lowlim IIiiooh J M OAT Jr Co Merchant street T O THRUM Fortslreet C RVbTAt SOUA WORKS Hold Street Prion r CimiIh LOCAL NEWS Regular cash sale at ten this morning by Mr J Lyons One of the crew of the Forest Queen was hurt in the head yesterday by a falling brick He was treated by Dr McKibbin - Rer T R G Peck of New York delivered an address at the Lyceum on Wednesday evening in which hespoke hiuhlv of Honolulu hospitality as en joyed by him The Superintendent of the Water Works calculates that the improve ments caused by the fire of April i8th will result in increased water rates in that district to the amount of 3000 a year Mr Frank Godfrey of the GazdU heroically nrapplcd with 1 lamp that threatened explosion at the armory of the Honolulu Rifles the other evening thus probably preventing a fire if not personal damage A Chinaman named Ah Sing was arrested yesterday charged with burglary at the cuffee house of Anin on the night of ...

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. — 24 September 1886

I ft 1 9 PJi m mi m zZJSSsztr ifisfvnrrr Made by the Most Improved System iEiatotl Ttsblo Waters GINGER ALEj LEMONADE GRENADINE PLAIN SODA Absolutely Pare As supplied tn the principil families in Honolulu And cxcluMvel toller llrilanulc Majestys vessels of war S M CARTER Wood and Goal Merchant No 83 Ktnir Street Telephone Number ta both Companies 187 Vood anil Co 1 Uriler we herehyt solicited and will be iktiveml nt nn loeahu uithln the dtv iinntu Departure Bay Coal Newcastle Coal anil Charcoal Hard and Soft Wood Mrl and Split aUayson hand and snd in quantities to suit COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT JVN HKE Proprietor lIuTHl STKEkT BETWEEN FoRT AMI NuiANl Our secret Is success we have never failed and will continue to serve our customers as in the past with the best the mailed affords at reasonable rates BREWER COMPANY CA Limited GENERAL MEKCAN11LE AND COMMISSION AGENT MiT or opricEM P C IunmJi President and Manag J 0 Caktkk Treasurer and Seireta Hon Wm F Allin Audit DIKECTOKS Hon C R Dish...

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 September 1886

VOL I u niQHT 8IDE OF THE DOLLAR i Ivo lived alxty years in thla frlalcy old f world t An snon lots of clinncttn nn turnln An fltty o thoin by tlio sweat of my brow My brend nn my butter boon carnln t An Ivo lnrncd munv thluaa In tlio wavof linrd fncU An heros ono for you Whntevar you do Young man an young woman Im warn In von too Keep on tlio right sldo of tlio dollar No matter how much you may want this or that if vou cant snaro tho money to buy It Dont run Into dobt or youll quickly i rcgrot That you evor woro tomptod to try It Though your clothes inny bo whlto nt tho Beams an you And Hough edges on cults an on collar Jest wait to got now till tho samo you can do Young man an young woman Im warn In you too An keep on tho right sldo of tho dollar Oh tho strifes an tho troubles that woulC bo llko weeds Cut down In their postllont growln An tho blosslus llko beautiful flowrs that folks In their stead would bo constantly sowln I Oh tho homes an tho lives that wouldnt bo lost If nil 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. — 25 September 1886

I I I r 1 l I R THE DAILY HERALD is IunMsurD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Von th InormrTOK v TJtit Vns Publisiiino Co Iimitfh -At tho onlcoNo aoMorahrmt St mums or nvnsaiuiTioN Per annum Six moniri Thre nflntln Per month Postage additional MrHHimiminqiiifmim 600 3 o 150 5octs HT Siibnrrlpttoni Vaunbe in Jttvaner Urief cOmmufilcstlorn from nil parti of the Kingdom will alwas be acceptable All matters Intended for publication as well rt btijl rtM communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY IIIUALD SATURDAYSEPTEMBER 24 1S86 THE NEWS The arrival of the steamer Surprise from San Francisco brings foreign news up to the 9th inst Accounts of lead ing events will be found in this issue There has been another upsetting of the throne of Bulgaria Prince Alex ander having been forced to abdicate owing to the absence of European sup port against the policy of Russia Bismarck did not see that Germanys interest lay in opposing Russian de signs therefore it was his advice whic...

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 September 1886

p rfw - THE DAILY HERALD Will 1j A h1 33Ur nl Iho 3ol lowlna XMmooh J M OAT JrCo Merchant street T OTIIUUM Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Prleo O CcuitH LOOALNEWS G A R Camp Fire to night The Ucthcl church lot is to be sold at noon to day by Mr J Lyons Seventeen bags of mail matter were received by the Surprise yciterday The Oceanic S S Alameda is due from the Colonics for San Francisco today The Royal Hawaiian Band will play at Kmma Square at 430 p m this afternoon Mr Sharralt gets 10 cents a ton for carting the coal brought by the Elsinore to the rear of the Esplanade The Surprise brought information that the steamship Wilmington was to have left San Francisco on the 15th for this port The sale of the Honolulu Steam Laundry which was to have taken place to day has been postponed until next Saturday A Chinaman named Ah Wo was committed to the Insane Asylum on testimony of Dr Webb in the Police Court yesterday Mr R Lowers of the firm of Lcwcrs Cooke has so far recovered...

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 September 1886

Si W l1 vl 1 I ttttn llWSsifalMwall SHOT ATA QUEER CROWD An Adventure on tho Skirmish Who llrlnglnjr Awuiy tlio HotuulioM 1iirnl turo That reminds mo said n noithshlor Hint there Is now living In Chicago tho hero of n fu nil turo scrnpo or nilvontitro on tho Rkdiulsli lino In February 1803 scv ernl brigaded of den llosccrniiss ixnny oo ciiplril positions south of Murfrcesboro on ho MoMlnnvlllo plko These had felt their way after the battle of Stone river ns fur to tho front ns It wns safo to go nnd fort I fled camps woio established at Crlpplo creek Rocdyvlllo nnd other points In sup porting dlstnncc Our brigade wnscainped on the bluff nt tho crossing of Crlpplo creek nnd wo discovered when wo had been thero a few days Hint wo were In tho midst of n settlement somewhat divided In Buntlmont Ono day ntf old gray hended mnn enme to the plckut lino with tho story Hint a bnttallou of rebel cavalry woro nt Halls Hills three mllos down tho stronm No one believed this until a message camo f...

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. — 27 September 1886

M0L I m SSEfftt Ifroncli lloportor Intorvlmvfl lsjXnow tllftt lu Mowltss In ft tln sfosfirfcilvocuto ntul tirnctlcorof liiirjiB by tlio way for this vory reason t Wt BUtno of IiIh critics aro so luinl on MuCllfDo you know M do Dtouitzs plan jfwrjlMBrviowlnKF Well lio Bturileu ryfv wlol Rlijcct thnt tho lntorvlow f ftbettr on and then ho does nil tho talk- MiS hfensolf Tho jiorsoniiKO who Ih bolnR lHtsKvlowcd simply Bays yos or no to tho jgjjitwtionii nnd stntomcntH ot the Inter- jBVtewor nnd whon thoconvorerttlon nppcnrs Tln print tho lnttcr puts Ida own lnnKtiiigo into tho mouth ot tho former I retnembor bolng presont nt M do BlewlteB famous Interview with Omer XMha Tho Renornl Bcurcoly anld n word fcetn tho tlino wo entered his prosonco un- mMA HBJ nfiiH wMki Jairao ZXu jMmam ViW mm Mni TisflHBx jnliB aWBP loft him but tho correspondents 6 was not Idlo an Instant nnd his oyo nnd koon Intellect marked ovcry SAtm ot rtssont or dlssont that fell from hta Interlocutors lips or was rov...

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. — 27 September 1886

I i I Si r v LV iffivrtffmfTviritla THE DAILY HERALD is runusucD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Ton thk Proprietor bythk IremPuolkiiinoCo LtiiiTrii At tho OHlooNo CO Moroiiiiiil St tiuivs or bvmontiTioK ler annum 6no Ss montus i 30a I lire months iS Permdhth Sods Pottage atlilitional KIT Subscription JVtynbe in Ailennrr Ilrief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will alwajs bo acceptable All matters intended for publication ns well n luni new communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY SEPTEMBER 37 1886 G A R The annual reunion of members of the Grand Army of the Republic to which the name of Camp Fjre has been civen ought to be an honored event wherever a Post of that organiza tion is in existence Here the institution of a Post has some features of peculiar significance It is in a foreign country It is a foreign body in the midst of for cigncrs from almost every natio 1 under the sun Whatever therefore is in it to inspire a noble patrioti...

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. — 27 September 1886

iiiiiiiigjiippiiiiiiiiiiiiu linn jmiMy f iiijijSjSiwlT7TtigMiiiiJii nrirni n iiiin urn r n m fii i hi i n ii 111 f i TTiri i i i iirilt7TrTTrrrriT7 1- toaafta H WLg THE YACHT RACE rfiio Aiuorionn Ynolit Tn1cs tlio Gup The Mayflower won the three races for the America Cup The second was rilled a draw on account of weather r i HI Jl Ui 1 Sir Clias Dilkc will re enter public life in London Prince Alexander is going to visit England LOCALNJ3WS The SS Wilmington from San Fran cisco is off pirt as we go to press Ten Chinamen were arrested yester day for violating the Sabbath by play ing dominoes inrlnment will be mven in the Soi MltlfrhllllrlltlrtVH lutiwlifc Yung case by Justice Uickcrton in the Police Court this morning The American yacht Urunhilde sails Smith America today Her visit will he pleasantly remembered If all has gone well the steamer Waialeale may be expected from Ocean Island today or to morrow i T -1 Mcr Scott and Larue of the II Seventh Day Adventist mission left by r the...

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. — 27 September 1886

mmmmnmmm uv ft bt1 I 1 ffif - PM K k Ktl t r K fr f w jay ifoWf fwwyyyw PRICES OF PAINTINGS A HARD MATTER TO FIX A FINANCIAL EQUIVALENT FOR PLEASURE Klglitoon Thousand Dollnrs Scorns n lllg lrloo for SlrSf Morcnns Llttlo lonoli Mow Vino How tho Cost Might llo Jus tinod lronu or Dcrtlors Tho dlsporsnl of tho great collections mnrto by tho Into Mrs Morgan and com prising pictures Bllvcnvnro porcolnln etchings books nntl Orlontnl oddities is tho tnlk ot nil tho studios nt nt present nnd exhibits tho phases of n nlno dnys womlor Peoplo ask If Jules Uretons Communicants wns renlly worth ovor M4000 nnd It tho llttlo pencil blow vnso hnd nn nctunl vnluo of 18000 Well they must hnvo possessed those values to their buyers I supposo or they would not hnvo been bought Forty thou sand dollars worth of enjoyment to n rich man Is no more than f 10 worth to n poor man lndcod I question If It bo often as much and It Is n hard matter to fix a financial equivalent for pleasure especi ally tho hlghor ...

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 September 1886

VOL I rarenta Illnmnlilo for Ilnil Children It bo minority or children nro bad It Is not tlioir fault nnd pooplo should novor Idnmo thoin ami tay Our olilldron nro bud Hlnnio tlio paronts nnd jIty tbo culldr n No matter bow tho child turns out Iho pnronts fdiould hnvo tho crodlt or blnino Trnlnlng should begin In tho cnullo nnd each child trninod nccordltip to tho pecullnr disposition maulfchtod which should bo carefully studied by parents It In common among peoplo to wy rognrdlng this It corns strange that one son hould bo n good boy nnd another such a bad boy Thore was nevor nny dllTorenco mndo In their treatment at homo thoy had tho samo trnlnlng That is just whoro tho troublo lies Tho tvo boys woro cntrely dllTortmt In disposi tion yet bocnuso of ignoranco on tho part of the parents were managod tho snmo way High spirited proud impulsive chil dren inqulio nlio nnd wleo undoi standing In their training ca notoxpoctto train them In tho same inntner in whiuh you train children of y...

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 September 1886

f ir fr H i t JM Lfeo I- K i lie ft K w ifWiam Tv - THE DAILY HERALD IS PUHMSHUD EVERY MORNING V EXCEPT SUNDAYS ro THt pRorntKTOR v tmr IrkuIliiikhinoCo IIIMITKD -A t the 0lop Xo CO Mmulumt St xanits or svnscjiiVTiox rrtiwim 600 Six nuntit 300 Thre montnj 150 Ptrmonth 4 sects Potlte additional ST Subscription Payabir In Aitvnncr Ilrief communications from all pant of lite Kingdom vill always b acceptable AU matters Intended for publication as vtell at bus net communicationt and adrertlinenti tbould U addmted la ITHB DAILY HERALD TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1886 RUNNING RIOT Yesterday the Legislature ran riot in voting away the public money A ma jority of the Ministry joined hands with a majority of the Assembly in opening the ball They voted point blank against the first item coining up of the revised estimates submitted by command of the King and adopted the higher figure in the original bill Had they paused here after raising the appropriation for His Majestys Privy Purse and Royal State...

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 September 1886

t KStfaMMSSSSSttlSststa trim DAILY HERALD 1 for wilts Dnllv i 1 Kol iAVlll IowIiik LMiiuom Iji M OAT J ii Co Merchant street ItO THRUM Fortstreet ICRYSI Al SODA WORKS llotcl Street lJrUus O ConlH innir TMiiVWc f ilUVJLU ilJJ II - It A dead snake was found in some hay at the Union Feed Cos store yes- Itcrday I Messrs Bishop Co received 50- 00 111 Kulu Lul iiuiii itiiiuuiiit lerday I The sailing of the yacht Jlrunhildc was postponed until 8 oclock this morning Mr Levey sells this morning at the P M S S wharf the surplus stores of jtlie ship Amana Mr W Anderson purser of the S IS Wilmington has our thanks lor ban Francisco files The S S Australia is advertised to leave San Francisco for Honolulu and kSydney on October 1st I 9 The P M S S Gaelic is advertised Ro sail for Yokohama and Hongkong ion or about October 8th Rev E C OKgel and wife give a K reception to their friends at their home on Ntiuanu avenue tins evenine f The water from Makiki reservoir will be shut off on Wednesday from...

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 September 1886

m llHI Ml m llllr sin i i 1 3 i t 1 V H i I- I i r 1 V I i I Ul m ii ft - MiSMttcdMhUi tofcfiafeta T11 V I SOLDIER LIFE AT HONQ KONG le but noft Zlnppy Exlatenco In tho Jing Hah tlarrarks Tho Hot Season Tho men nro strictly prohibited stirring ont of bnrrncks botwoen 0 tv m and 5 p m during the hot season or If somo omoigonoy rendora tho dispatch of nn Eu ropean orderly nocessary he la provided with nn immense cun parasol a cortnln numbor or which nro furnished by tho commissariat To wear a forage cap in stent of a lolmot before sunset Is n pun lfhnbleofPnce and lnapectlons nro held to ascertala that oaeh ma a has on a cholera belt Barrack accommodation Is luxuri ously spacious commIs3tiirlat coolies are tolti c2 to work punkahs in orderly rooms Mhoolp -workshops and gnnrd rooms dur ing tho day tud during tho nights In tho barrack ooms though as an old gunner fjjplalned to mo in ono pregnant sontonce Them punkah coollo3 aro not of much count sir unless you keep a boot handy jf juur ...

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