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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 April 1887

rr p h m f rirww IJf WSWWBPJf1 Jp TrwfcHfmw Per month i or 1 liXSimfli f J TEE DAILY HERALD is runi1siirD EVERY MORNING rr EXCEPT SUNDAYS ninti iTlPtoiWBTDR BT TItR PBU PUBLISHING CO OfficcPftlSSBnJlnir Betnel Street Ti Kl1 tM11 ivSSQjijiy IL1 Inree month i 150 Postage additional SOCIt i ii i SxMAoniila rauivtp til irmrr 1 f rtnef communications I torn all nartiof the Kingdom will always l acceptable All matter Intended for publication a well M butt new communications and idmUwrnentt should U addresieillo - 1 fTIlk DAlLV HERALD t i rM i i t gip iffiKn as Jl frc cfyts nt the HaWalidn rehs ury fffr the year ending March 31st i887jVwcre 90943644 The ex pendfftrcwcrei 1 878380 08 1 A balanceWalhuflcfiTin the treasury at the close ofV IheSfiscal ycji of 31- 05636 These Figures standing alone would make a very favorable showing as indicating that the country was keeping wtthinjits means With cer tain of the items making up the income of the nation however a very different cxhujit fs prese...

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 April 1887

r o THKUM i if 5ur lv 1 THE DilK IIEMLD ri1t ln fbr pi10 TJillly ut tho I ton ilrect Merchant strtet HYSTAt SODA VOkKS iHotcl Street iriu ww -- THURSDAY APRIL 28 1887 IQOAX JfrTJEWS Yesterday wasdltll li nil lut an ex citing runaway1 - - Mr Levey sells sundry goods at auction for cash to day and lias a fur niture sale to morrow Mr Goo Kim has rcVlscd his adver tisement adding several new lines to Ins list of specialties The weather continued showery most of yesterday but last evening brought signs of clearing up The benefit tendered by the Oura company of Japanese acrobats for the Fire Departments Sick Fund Is now declared off The bascbajl season will not open this week but Saturday after next when the Benedict and Hawaii clubs will try conclusions This Is the day for the regular ses sion of the Intermediate Court but on account of the Judges sitting in banco it is postponed for one week The Bulletin reports three men and four women leper patients of Dr Goto discharged as cured 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 April 1887

A W iiimiMiatrMHiiirii in llftfip i iv f MlMlEEApHEADS t XPOSMFIE OF THE INIQUITY OF THE OF FHEE TICKET SYSTEM hilllil r Jlnnlft tyhlolt Certain Feoplo Hnre of Going to tho Theatre for Nothing Voos of Theatrical Hnnngor Wealthy Dcmlhcndi Dramatic Editor Ono o tho standing human curiosities of Now York la tho wonlthy deadhead It may not bo Rcnorally known but tt ia A fact hbverthaloss that ho dondhend was evcrkndwn td bo Impecunious Tho poor man who wnnU to go to tho thentro will ntwvl tho monoy llko a man nnd buy nftldkbt i Your protbuldhal dohdheart will inako 1009 and then write torn compllmcntAry For soino unknown reason tho professional deadhead has In tfralncd antipathy to paying for ft eont nt theatre or on a railroad train IIo will Ho fawn and dishonor his family to got his scat for nothing and thon ho will tako his frlondsnnjl Bpond tSS In wlno bctwoon tho nets Joba socdty Is honeycombed wth dendhtnds They own their conches dross iuTnrlslan Jittery wear diamonds glvo Into su...

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 April 1887

- GUcttctitt JMcrltecmcnto SUN FIRE OFFICE 1710 Insurance effected uKn every description 0f property nt current rates of premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 327333700 Claims arranged by Hie Local Accntsand Mid with promptitude and liberality The juiMicllon of the Local Tribunal recognised G AV Maofarluno A Co Agent for Hawaiian Islands Pantheon Stables PRIVATE HACK STAND Corner Fort and Hotel Streets Honolulu -TELEPHONE 34- I lave now a well organized reliable class of drivers The catrlagcs horse etc have been much improved and arc in condition to i vl torvlfc W A Dlldlnc of the Pan theon Stables has consented to take charge of this department anil Urtvc one 01 uic carnages himself and by so doing pay strict attention to the business In all its departments S I SHAW Manager c j McCarthy IIA9 KKCEIVEU FROM San Kranclsco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting In part of Havana Cheroots Operas Ducttaa Lit tle Dudes Triplets...

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 April 1887

If fc 5 - tiiiJ n ii fi thtiiitltiiir tiUimmaimSmtSmmHiimmetuSitmk THE DAM HIRALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS for fiiR PnorsisTOR n th Press Publishing Co LIMITED OITice Dcthel Street TJiitJts of svnaonivxiox rtr nnniimi Slxmammin Three tifonthSi lcr month 600 300 150 Sorts Pftstags additional ttiubaerlpttont lnyable n ictt nnce tlritf communication Irom all patti of th Kingdom will always I acceptable All matteri Intended for poMicatlott a welt a busi n communication and dvertleroenl thould be addressed to - THE DAILY HERALD 1 I FRIDAY APRIL 29 1887 A CRYING NUISANCE Reference has been made in these columns to the public grievance of long lncsof dump carls in the service of the road bureau being allowed to drag their unbroken length along through the principal streets compelling all ordinary traffic in cross directions to wait for the passage of the ungainly and noisy procession This paper to gether with contemporaries has also tommented upon the extraordinary liberti...

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 April 1887

THE DAILY HERALD Will ho for unto XJfUly nt Iho ITol lowiiiK fluocs r 5 THRUM tit I Merchant tin RYSfAL SODA WORKS- Hotel St Jrloo C CoiiIh IRIDAV APRIL 29 1S1 The Lecture To night The hour of Mrs on Dante to night is vnu want a cood sninkG lor C r LOOAL JSnETO Claims agmnstTH5ri j VKapcna are called foral Mr Gullclcfocncy Mr Levey sells furnituof Mr E G Waller King street ton 0 clock tliis morning J lil6t Mdlntyrc Uf l0 bc out again after confincm for somc time with neuralgia The hearing irthe Kapena bank ruptcy case stls over till next Wednesday The friend Wl10 assisted the Odd Fellows in tlir anniversary celebration arc publiclyancd through a card in this issue 4 Mr fNlcoll has made the highest jrcyflt cocked hat bowling by kllodiS oown mny wis wan inu re gulajon thirty balls jir E R Ryan has bought a dtfm wd whaleboat from the bark Ohio vAicli can easily be made as good as lcw and sold at a big profit Major Cornwell and Mr J J Wil liams will shoot for 50 a side in June the purse...

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 April 1887

7 i m h t i TW6 UfYfiM Mydatlliiff trite ho writes eomo tomes Ieaanot do without ybV J y throughout thcso gloomy rooms I roam My thoughts aro nil about you But If you think It best to staj j Wry ddso iwhapsyouMljettor Dont think of mo nt all t pray And thus vrinds up Uio lottcr Quickly a smllo goes oor his fneo As In thd ink again he dips Dear John ho writai you know tho plftoa And dont forget to bring tho chips Tom Mnsson In Now York Sua DISAPPOINTMENT I naked my lovo to row with mo Upon Uio moonlit lako i And fai from shore whero pono could tee I tried a kiss to toko Blio promptly boxed my oars and so Woro on bad tonus Just now I thought wed hnro a ploasant row Instead Wo had a row Cambrldgo Chronicle Ouoor VTrluklos NO COPT WAKTKD Ofllco boy to editor Thoro Is a man out iido Who says that ho has a bill h wnnts to prctcnt Editor Say to lilra that his manu script is respectfully jloclinod just inn sire I think I woar twos sho simpered to tho shoemaker j do I notr Yost maam sold 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. — 30 April 1887

if t i t VOL II l General uucvllecmcnto sn jofl mm m r CHINESE TEA imJoFEUED TODAY IN WILL lincrofTjoodi among which ate the following- A Fine Lino of -Victoria Lawns lrinlcil Lawns t Batiste r 11 Jtiislk CHECKED Crepe lrinls - Lace Irinls In Addition to our Store on the corner of Hotel arid Fori streets c have refilled the Mote room tihMrttrii formerly occupied by Mr Tho 0 Thrum and arc now prepared to offer to the General luhlic a fine atsorlmcnt of he choicest brands of Such a Oo I onp Sul Sing and Coo Lot alio Japan Tea and many other brands too numi ruu to mention A fine assortment always on hand of new style of Hamlwo Lounges and Chain of the I itcil pattern Extra fine and strong Cam phor trunks in all sizes A No 1 Chinese plain and colored Mat tint Chinese loncee Silk at very low figures Chinese wlilto Silk by tho yard or piece Chinese Tissue in nil shades Chinese Silk Crcne Chinese Grass Cloth white brown and Hack by the yard or piece at greatly reduced prices A No 1 assortm...

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 April 1887

- V aBsAj TEE DAILT IDffiALD is published EVERY MORNING lEXCEPT SUNDAYS roRTiiKpRontisroii byth IkeJsPubujimnoCg LIMITED r Office7FriendBiilidinfr Bethel Street mints orsvosonirrxox Per ontium laJ1 Six month v l 300 Thrw month Per rootithi f t IJO pelt Postage additional HIT Subscriptions Iin6e Atteanee Jlrief communicatlotn Irom all rortlof tlie Kingdom will alwayi he acceptable All matters Intended for publication to well ai bust nw eommunlcatlom and advtttiKmenU should at addreued lo THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY APRIL 30 1887 NOTES AND COMMENTS The war between the refineries in San Francisco is getting hotter A cut of an eighth of a cent was made by the California otMhe uth inst This was met by aswccping reduction made by the American on its previously pub lished list Then the California clip ped off a quarter cent on all white grades According to a San Francisco market report there would be heavy loss on both sides from this competi tion except that the refineries arc only selling ...

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 April 1887

TUB DAILY HERALD thrill be for nio Dnlly ut tho lTol vv lowlnu XJluoeJ THRUM Fort street r f iMerthnt MtMt i if RVsrAI SODA WORKS llotct Street Jrlao O Cent SATURDAY APRIL 30 1887 LOOiXNEWS Weather ajlll uristtjlcd f Hand conccrtthis afternoon I I in 1 K P Adams Co hold a cash sale at U oclock to day Too many hack horjes in Honolulu arc given to slicing 1 111 - Ut Damons new building on Detlicl street is coming up in good shape 1 1 m There will be a two mile race with music at the Yoscmitc rink to night II The yellow flag on the Consuclo caused the shadow of a scare yesterday 1 ii The side walls of Mr Mclncrnys building on Merchant street have risen astorcv U Some of Ihe Honolulu native fisher men have been making good hauls lately t Mr L J Levey sells horses etc of bankrupt estate of Akana at noon to Mr C J McCarthy gives notice that Mr Henry Saylor will henceforth manage his billiard room 11 in ii 1 1 1 1 Purser Simcrson of the W G Hall reports less smoke than at last previous rep...

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. — 30 April 1887

mamMimtummwknlmvimirb1nrvM WlOSPEFllTY OF THE COLORED POP ULATION 8INCE THE WAR Fdrr cr Influence of Master nnd Mlstresa Tho Olil Slnrory Songs Hnpidly Dying Out Itollgloui Serrloei Matcrln1 Prosperity Extravagant Kstnti Tho eott nnd well bred manners of ttinny a bonutHul negro woman come from having been in her early llfo much about tho house otaorvlng nnd Imitating the simmers of tho whlto family Then tho In fluence of tho master and the mistress wai dlrootod ngalnst thU religions savagery which seems natural to them They were encouraged to danco and sing and to bo merry In harvest tlmo tho head man of tho long row of reapers with gleaming scythes was under orders by tho ovorsoor toning Ms reaping song loudly and tho harvest field was full of melody Whisky nu given out and tho harvest which was known as tho black mans holiday was mado a season of morrimont nnd feasting by tho masters who hold to tho sound doctrinothnt cheerfulness and Industry uro apt to go together On overy plan ...

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. — 2 May 1887

VOL II v General tibcvttecmcnts dii mil MiMif - it 1 mm a a UK UilJSKlSU 1W IJAY IN WILL of Otfedt nntbhg which arc thc followlngj A Fine Lino of Victoria Lawns Printed Lawns llalisto Crepe Priiils K Knum rous to mention A tine assortment always on hind of new l tt xif llamboo Lounges and Chain of the Nat 1 pattern iwtra imc ana strong um Pph r ranks in all sites rio 1 uutnese piain ana coiorca iiat jUInR t hlnese Pongee Silk at very low figure Chinese while htlk by the yam or piece C luncse Tissue in all shades Chinese Silk Crenc t Oilnite Grass Cloth white brown and t black lr the pid or piece at greatly reduced K prices A No r assortment of Chinese Silk Hand- m kerchiefs plain and embroidered hemstitched colored iKmlcr etc Chinese Silk S iihos of every description C hincse plain and embroidered Slippers C hincsc Fans In all st lcs ftCall mid Sec Goods and Prices at GOOICEM IUN FIRE OFFICE OtLONDON Kslablisliod 1710 r oTv i1 iMvnn rverv description of propert nt current rates of p...

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. — 2 May 1887

bn in Il I- t C n r ryygyr i hc TEE DAILY ItEMlD is runusiiEDi EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAY8 ro tii PliormiiTOR bvtiib Tints riiiLHiimiCo Limited Office Friend Building- Bethel Street TKKM1 OIHVJtSOJtUTJM PerinmimA i 600 LTf - Thftt month 1JO Im month Jo 1 Postage additional tirZJItttcrtptttt VataM In Ailtmiee Hrltf communication Irom all parti of tho Kingdom will ftlwayt be acceptable All nultcrt Intended for publication m well as buii net communications nJ eJrtrtUementi should be aJdreU to tfHE DAILY HERALD MONbAY MAY 2 188V THfe LAND PROBLEM Tlid solution of the land problem is bcfocrthcstatcsmcnofGrcatllritainasit never was at any previous rriod In the olden time when my lord was absoltitcln power and Unquestioned in authority oppression might stalk un checked over the country The only recognized rights were those of the landlord and all there was of public opinion was the private property of the same functionary In later times how ever steam and electricity have brought the outl...

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 May 1887

THE DAILY HERALD Will lo fov w Dnliv at Ilia 1To loWlnu llHotsw r 0 THRUM Fort street I H SOPfift Merchant tiitet i hVTM SODA WOUKB h Hotel Sttcet JPrico J5 Oontri MONDAY MAY a 1S87 LOOALNEWS Mr L J Levey sells Mrtiittire tliis forenoon at the residence of Mr W Icrlowitz 131 Fort street Wailuku Sugar Company stock holders have eight dollars a share awaiting tlicm at C llrcwcr Cos office t Thcbook kccpingxlasstobc taught by Mr P C Jones will organize nt seven oclock this evening at the Y M C A rooms i Forty Japanese are on board of the incoming steamer from the Coast and on their arrival hero they will be placed in quarantine Chief Justice Judd leaves by the kinau this afternoon to hold the Mav term of the Third Circuit Court open ing at II1I0 to morrow inns t A fine nholojiraph by Williams of the members and clerks ol the firm of 11 Hnckfeld Co was to be seen at King Brothers art store on Saturday Messrs u urcwer iv co announce a great variety of goods daily expected by the bark Tim...

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 May 1887

Er itoMM u AA I Ml I IWIH lWiMiiMAWI THRflfl YOUNG ItONS A DOY CUB AND HI9 f V0 LITTLE SISTERS BUT A FEW WEEKS OLD tloxr the Mother Onartts Her Young The Fnther Gait Cntratl on tlio Slito or tho m IIcJ Tlio Hoy Cub the Mothers Torlto A Januar nml Her Cubs quietly paws It back not being ovor gontlo In her handling Tbo lion cubs bavo none ot tbo majestto aprHnranoa of tho Hon no inane in short tbey look Ilka stupid New foundland pups with soft straight yellow Instead ot curly coarso black hair The chanoos aro in favor of the cubs boing raised Tboy havo teen kopt so long In the dark and no disturbance whatever su Herod to como near tho mother and sho appears so quiet and maternal that there is evory reason for believing that thoy will be reared Cincinnati Uuqulrcr Tlio New nud Ingenious Hot Ten Iy means ot the now and Ingenious little instrument known as tho byalolyphotyiw or hot pen drawings can bo made on gluts or glassy substances with a waxy composi tion which is solid and somewhat...

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 May 1887

ijfiff v- VOL II cncnrt btjcrllccmctlto M lL BARGAINS UK OFFERED TO DAY IN WILL of Goods among which arc the following A Pino Wno of Victoria Lawns Printed Lawns llatisic Muslins K u 11 Grope Prints Insurance effected upon every description ol properly at current rates 01 premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 pC327333700 Claims arrartocd bv the Local Accnls and Did with woimititudc and liberality The jurisdiction of the Local Tribunals recognized G AY Mnofarliufo Co Agent for Hawaiian Islands Pantlieon Stables IKIVATB HACKSTAND Corner Fort and Hotel Streets Honolulu TELEPHONE 3- Ihvcnow a well organiicd reliable class of tlttvcrs The carriages noibcs etc nave been much improved and are in condition to do ijoott service W A Dildinc of Ihc Fan theon Stables has consented to take charge of this department and drive one of the carnaces himself anil by so doiiiR pay strict attention to the business in all its departments S I SHAW Manager c j McCarthy HAS RECEIVED FROM San Franciscoper Marip...

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 May 1887

TEE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS ronlnaormrton v Tilt Press TuiiLmiiNaCo LlMITBU Office Friend Building Bethel Street TKHUK of itOJisonnnoif Ieraniimn t 6eo Si Wwilin 300 ThtM months ijo 1tr month sicts a Fostige additional XiTZlitthierlpttQtxa VayahU In Atlrantr Ilnef communications Irom alt parts of the Kingdom will always ba MctpUble All matters Intended for publication u wtll lusl neM cointnunlcationt and adYettlaement fchould be addressed 10 Till DAILY IIEKAID TUESDAY MAY 3 887 NOTES AND COMMENTS The Kahunas and the Board of Genealogy too might possibly demon strate their usefulness in searching out the mystery of the hidden coin at Hanamaulu Raymond excursions were to leave Boston for California op April sist and 38th and May 5th Something surely might be done to get detachments at least of these excursionists to include Hawaii in their Pacific visit Cassagncc of Paris has invented a system of stenotelegraphy which it is claimed will transmit 200 word...

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 May 1887

j 4 Mu M TUB DAILY HERALD iv ill 1 for nlo TJiilly nt tho TIIUWM Fori street r t Merchant meet SOPKR I ii SODA WbHkSHttt Slieet Priori O Oonta TUESDAY MAY 3 1887 LOCALNEWS I me bint concert Vtl attended l t night Arroupy influenza is prevalent umong duldren Judge McCulIy presides at Supreme oUft Chambers this week Company 11 Captain Ungcr Hono lulu Rifles -drill to nifiht II Dr 15 G Craddock and Miss Web stcr are to be married to day Moonlight concert at Thomas Square this evening Sec the fine programme Stockholders of the Ice Company will find an agreeable notice to them in todays issue s - in Mr GtilicVsncw advertisement pre sents unrivalled opportunities for pro fitable investment s 1 Kailua Hawaii the Kings country seat is to have the electric light also a telephone system II I I They say that a prominent citizen now on the Coast will return witli the street railroad in his pocket Go to your grocers whose cards will be found elsewhere for fresh fish fruit and vegetables on the a...

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 May 1887

jjji - MINISTER COX DESORI0E9 SOME IN TERESTINQ EXPERIENCES tho InliabttnnU of tho Valley of Hi Great Ktvor Itnltrond Trip Tho Ancient One Homlled llongh A Ilngne or riles The lluIThlo Tho railroad trip to Aayoot la not to be forgotten Wo bnd boon In Kgypt before but novor boyond Cairo or tho pyramids of Ghlzn bo tlmt tho scenes on tho railroad trnvol woro norol dlvortlng and Interest ing Hrtvlng an apartment or carriage to oursolvos wo placed our portmanteaus on tho scat and mounted tuoroon as a vant age situation and for eight hours from 0 a m till evening wo gazed out of tho windows at tho strangeness of tho pano rama with its constantly changing colors and forms Ilomcmbor It Is winter mid February Tho grain harvest Is nearly rlpo Tho cotton Is picked only a fow bolls remain In the fields Tho Btigar cono Is bolng cut and carried on donkey camels and cars to tho sugar factories Tho long stalks nro Been ovory whoro Tho llttlo blg bolllcd Arab boys In uttor nak edness aro grinding t...

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 May 1887

w f VOL II f I t 1 cncrorMwlWcmciito SPECIAL MllftAINS In addition w our Store on the corner of Hotel and Fort streets vu have refitted the store room umtatrs formerly occupied by Mr TI101 0 Thrum and nrc now prepared to offer to the Gcrieral Public a fine assortment of the choicest brands of IV I 5 TEA LilJUkJIJ iiirtn Such as bo Long Sul Sing and Goo Loj alio Japan Tea and many other brands too numerous to mention A fine assortment always on hand of new itles ofllamboo Lounges and Chairs of the litest pattern Extra fine and strong Cam phor trunks In all sizes A No 1 Chinese plain and colored Mat ting Chinese Pongee Silk at very low figures Chincso white Silk by the yard or piece Chinese Tissue in all shades Chinese Silk Crepe Chinese Grass Cloth white brown and black by the yard or piece at greatly reduced prices A No t assortment of Chinese Silk Hand kerchief plain and embroidered hemstitched colored border eca Chinese Silk Sashes of every description Chinese plain and embroidere...

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