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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 May 1887

THE DAILY EBEALD IS tUllLlSllUI EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS put rile roniTot in rim lrMtVMimfcCbS LlllllFI Office Friend Bethel Street IhKUS vi misimt litis Iet annun Si muntH Tlifte hvwrth Per month Pottage suMltkmal 16 JOUI nr Siihterlptloni latab l Ittrnuer Ilntf CDimunieaion Ifem All utcf the King Jim will atrayt be AH mitltrs Intended for publication 1i wtll at but nm cooimuniotions at adrolUemenU thonld be ft tdreued In TUB IJAtLV HERALD TUESDAY MAY 10 1887 LIBERTY It is a land of liberty Hawaiian liberty is a transplant from the soil of Americx It cost the Hawaiian nothing The costs and charges were borne by American citizens The Hawaiian neither fought nor bled for his high privileges The American did Hence the latter sets a high value on the prize while the former esteems it very lightly To the one liberty is the birthright of every citizen to the other it is the token of fat salaries for a favored few and abject servility to the rest What there is of recognition of popula...

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. — 10 May 1887

TUB DAILY HERALD Will fv -0 IV t tlo ITol lowinu XMitoosj f 0 THRUM Fortitreit i if S0PERf Merchant llrett OtYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Strett JPrltio 0 Oontn lUESDAV MAY 10 1S87 IjOOAXEWS Rumored clinnges in the Customs department have not lis yet become ac complshcd facts A sugtr mill from the Iron Works is to be shipped to Waianac by the schooner Waichu today Mrs S Kaai Mrs J Auld and Mr Kdinund Hart left by the steamer Mokolii last evening o rtltcnd a wed ding at Pukoo Molokai Officers and teachers of the Bethel Union Sunday School will meet at the residence of Mr U A Parmalec Fort street at 730 oclock this evening The Zealandia on Saturday took a mail for the Coast of 5118 letters and 1764 papers and the Australia yes terday one of 3050 lettets and J570 papers total 8168 letters and 2343 papers Messrs 12 P Adams Co on Saturday sold a lot of land at Lahaina containing 19 perches to Messrs Campbell Iscnberg for 218 The sale of the Lunahlo street property was postponed for one week I ...

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. — 10 May 1887

INDIAN COURTSHIP HOW THE COPPER COLORED RO MEO WINS HIS DUSKY MATE A Canrtalilp of QuIotnoM Without or Ulanlng Obtaining Content or Prtrcntt ami Itelntlrca ljlnjr for tho Wife Miirrlngn Wifes Sinter There nro rnnny different wnys of doing llie courting sotnowlint different from our own yet no less cunning and success ful Whether successful or not In the suit the young mans relish for food and other pleasures of life Is not in tho least diminished ho meets his disappointment In loro unlike ray friend tho doctor who during unfavorable periods forsnkes his meals looks pale and contemplates tho various ways of suicide When a young man likes n girl ho soon discovers her feelings toward him Ho will carefully follow her footsteps until he catches her alone sitting on tho gruss on a rock or dead tree Ho quickly throws n blanket or robo over Iter head and crawls to her sldo under the protecting shelter It the girl likes to bo thus capturod there ill be peace and quietness nndthcy will sit sl...

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. — 11 May 1887

VOL II vwyWlMWqr General ubedfocmento mi mm mum B OFFERED TO DAY IN WILL of Goods among Which arc the following Fine Lino of Victoria Laps u Printed Lawns Batiste u Muslins CIIBCKBD NANSOOK Crcpo Prints Pantlieoii PEIVATE HAGK STAND THE - - Lace Prints In addition to our Store on the corner of Hotel anil Tort street we have refilled the more worn upstairs formerly occupied by Mr Ihos G Thrum ond nru now prepared to nflcr to the General Public a fine assortment of the choicest brands of CHINESE TEA Such as Oo Long Sul Sing and Goo Ioj also Japan Tea and many other brand loo numerous to mention A fine assortment always on hand of new styles of llamboo Lounges and Chairs of the latent pattern Extra line and strong Cam phor trunks in all sizes A No I Chinese plain and coloicd Mat ting Chinese Pongee Silk at very low figures Chinese white Silk by the yard or piece Chinese Tissue in nil shades Chinese Silk Crepd Chinese Grass Cloth white brown and black by the yard or piece at greatly red...

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. — 11 May 1887

THE DAILY HERALD 1IS rUIILISIIHD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS t TIIS P0IkT JSY TIU IKiSS IlJDLUHIVoVO LlUITSU 03ice Friend Building Bethel StrectJ nut us vr tr iiscrtino IVf ftnnntn montM Tlim months Ict monih WEDNESDAY MAY ti 1887 THE EXHIBITION Only a few days remain till the day appointed for the annual show of the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society It seems unfortunate that the Vice President of the Society Judge L McCully who is the active head should be absent from the Kingdom at this juncture also that lie Secretary Mr J S Webb should have his inde fatigable activity interfered with during the week of the show byan accident Still there ought to be enough mem bers taking sufficiently active interest in the geneial objects of the organiza tion and in this particular object of a show to put themselves out even to the extent of a good deal of sacrifice in order to make the event a success As pointed out by this journal the other day much depends upon the result of this effort 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. — 11 May 1887

M AMWMMMi RiB DAILY HERALD n hn for e flo liHv ut Iho Fori street nTHRlM V nni WflllKS Hotl Street w Irloo o uonwi RDNESDAY MAY n 1S87 jKVYXiNliTWB M ri rain jrjj r meetings to night 1 he nmatcur minstrels will give 1 1 i 01 ii lothir cnUriamniciu un re Tiom him nirerrc stacks of bright colored Lndics neatly arranged in Mr Horns I WllllW A sida fountain lias been added to Mr CJ mccaruiys popular unnnru rooms Captain Hates of the steamer W G Hall renorts a very bright Hunt in the Volcano last Sunday night Mil 1 Proof of claims in the bankruptcy lease of John M Kancna will be heard before Judge lreston to ciay The Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club have two crews in practice for a race on Queen Victorias birthday The Marshals sale under execution against Amau is oft the judgment ting uccn sausiieu wmi uisu Persons wishing to learn shorthand arc presented an opportunity by Mr 1 I Burgess in this paper three cornered affray between two Chinese and a native with two cases of drunkenness made u...

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. — 11 May 1887

ipiiniflfi n tan iwmmmumBPgiiiumJiiwr uuiwiwjiinri TH PUfi 6VNAStV FALLEN 1 II I I Tlio St Ilernurili nnil thd CJreat limiei llnptittr Coining Into 1nvnr All dynasties nre destined to flnnl full and tho reign of tho houso of Itig is not on excoptlotv Tho monarchy of the dog continued but mtoher family Bits upon tho throno of fomale nlTectlons The women who nro known nstliehuntinR nut and who ro In for athletics and nil things masculine nnd energetic set the fashion In matters of this sort They bare docrccd that tho pug must go and big dogs hnve taken their place Consequently tc pug market Is weak with few tnkors Tho most beauties thnt sold up In tho hundreds last year may now bo had for 5 and tea Hut fabulous prices nro paid for St Ber nards mastlffa nnd tho hugo silvery Great Dane Theso womou hnvo becomo very learned In pedigrees nud points of breed ing and though occasionally they nre swindled by dishonest breeders as a rule thoy nre too woll Informed as to what n dog Bhould bo to...

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. — 12 May 1887

VOL II General uucdtscmciUc WW ST Boots and Shoes Nuuanu between Merchant and Queen DUCCla S1UUU1UIU t like ntensure In Informing the public that I hate returned from the Com with nn ELEGANT STOCK turn of Mutes selected by tnsclf compriing Finest Ladles French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Doots Elegant uhtiareria siloes Also a fine lot of n funis Bvonxo Shoes 1j ADLEE II Tilcphoncaiio MulualTclcphonc 289 Ill Joseph Tinker lumlly 11ml Shlptilntt Xlutahor CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Corned liccf and Pickled Toncucsalwayji on hind Celebrated Cambridge Sauvigcs hxshdail Delhctics free Ilo any part of city and tulmtbi THE ONLY PRACTICAL Watch OF 11 Oil iho Islands is WM TUKNErt lHJi akci No 8a Kinc Street If ou want our watch well repaired or hour clock put In order po and sec him SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF Iflstablished 1710 lrsurance effected upon every description ft iiierty ai current rates ol premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 327333700 latins arranged by the Locat Agents and ipiM Willi pro...

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. — 12 May 1887

TEE DAILY IIEMLD is ruuttsiiKi EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS r tub Pkokuhtos nr th rit PuaLtttllMiCo LiMiiRn1 Office Friend Buildlnrf Bethel Street TKltillt Ol HVnSCttllTIUX lcrannum oo Sit montn Thrw monthj i J IVrnionll SHt Itg rulJtlial Tjlubicripilont Vainbe in Itlntiiee Jlrief conimunidtioin Irom ll parti of the Kingdom trill klirajra be Acceptable All nuttft Intended for publication ai well a butt net communtcationt and admtltmtntl itioulj be addressed to THE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY MAY 12 1887 A FRIENDLY SUGGESTION The auxiliary steam hark Kaimiloa converted from a trading hulk brought here to be soldhere whtte old tubs generally command a premium as this one did was procured by the Ha waiian Government for the purpose of backing Up the policy of Hawaiian supremacy in the Pacific An extrava gant price was paid for the craft in the first place but her cost has probably been niorcthan doubled by the course adopted in having her altered for her intended new purposes A more wasteful...

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. — 12 May 1887

TUB DAILY HERALD mrill 1o Aji smlo TJnlly utlHn 3ol v lowlnu PIUUOB r 0 THRUM i It SOI V M C A Tlie imlirc weeks Fori street Merchant street iVTAl SODA WORKS -Hotel Street Xrloo 15 Oontn THURSDAY MAY 12 1887 JOCALIStJSAVS 1 hibitmn tiny nffer tu inurrow Hoys meet this after- ore rentu stetl to arrest llnrrv uunncr on the Mmniloa who lias deserted I he itc cream sent by Messrs Hart Stcincr for the Kohala Church social armed in first rate condition 1 I The next lecture of the scries by Mrs Williams will be delivered in Harmony Hall King street this eve ning the subject being Kaust Up till midnight the arrests made by the police were one for fast riding one for disorderly conduct two for com mon nuisances and four for drunken ness Prisoners were engaged grubbingat the corner of Fort and King streets yester day but whether they were grading or paving or cleaning the road is difficult to declare Mr F J Higgins has bought the tent used by the Japanese acrobats and will shortly have a thre...

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. — 12 May 1887

pw HAD I BUT KNOWN HnJ I but known that nothing is urnlono From rising until rising ot the sun That t ulMledgcd Words fly off beyond our rcncli That not ft deed brought forth to life dies over I would have measured out and weighed my speech To bear Rood Jeeds had been my sole en vcavor ltndlbutknownl Had I but known how swiftly speed away The living hours that tnako tho living nay That tis nbovo delays so dangerous slouch Is hung tho luring wtsp llght of row I would havo seized times evanescent Xowl I would be spared this unavailing sorrow Had I but knownl Had I but known to arul tho dreadful flro That lay in ambush at my hearts desire Whcrefrom it sprang and smote my naked hand And left a mark forever to remain I would not bear tho Ares Ignoblo brand I would havo weighed tho pleasure with the pain Had 1 but knownl Had I but known wo never can repeat Llfos spring ttmo frcshncsH or Its summer heat Nor gathered second harvest from llfos field Nor aged winter chango to youthful spring ...

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. — 13 May 1887

VOL II Pantheon F VfpVw Ecncntl bbctticcmcntc NEW STOCK Boots and Shoes Ntitianu between Merchant and Queen Streets Honolulu I take plcnuro in Informing the public that I have returned from tlic Coast with nn ELEGANT STOCK Of Shoe selected by myself comprising Finest Ladies French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Doots Elcrrant Childrens Shoes Also a fine lot of InffuiLs Bronzo Shoos Ij A DIj3i3R 1111 Telephone 289 MutualTelcphoncabo Joseph Tinker Urimilly and HIilIn IJutohor CITY MAJIKET Nuuatut Street Corned Hecf nnd Pickled Tonguesjalways on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries frceto nny part of city nnd suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Eiifflisli Watclimakei On tho Islands is AVM TUItNEK THE no tu icinrj Street ir you want -your watch well repaired or your clock put in order to and sec him SUN FIRE OFFICE -OK LONDON- Eslablishod 171 0 Insurance effected upon every description of property nt current ratw of premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 327333700 Claims arranged...

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. — 13 May 1887

mSiSmmAmimm THE DAILY IIEBALl IS IUIILIKIIEO EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAVS ran Tit Po iktoi tr tii Vim rutHloCo LlUITEtH Office Friend Building Bethel Street TticvH or stiiscniitiiis Peranmira Sit moitAti TIiit monUit Ir month 4o oo IJO jocts Parage JKtloftt tV SMbtrrlptlon PAffnbc In Itlntiirr lWf emroimkltgi lrm all pi KtnuJsm will alvay U aetrpuM AH nutlets fnfmlcd fw jmHtttlfcrn wtl dm omimnMktioDt nJ drtliiu UxxtM I IJrtMJ 11 TIIK DAILY HERALD FRIDAY MAY 13 1887 RETURNING TO CLEANLINESS Apparently the Government whesher through the Road or Health bureau or both has resumed responsibility in some degree for keeping the city clean With a great flourish of trumpets a couple of years ago a system of street cleaning under contract was begun but it did not last long until the con tractor made default and the grand scheme collapsed The next step in degeneration toward a regime of filth was mde a few months ago when the Government abandoned the system carried on for years of having 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. — 13 May 1887

Ji o Ot THE DAILY IIEMLD iVtU bo rot frtlo DtiUv at ho loWll lJlU0OFIi r THRUM it SOPER RVTL SODA WORKS JHoo O Cont Foil ttieet Merchant street Hotel Street 1JUDAY MAY i j 1S87 LOCALNEWS It rained last night Civil day in the Police Court Repairs tfonlliiuc being made nt the Custom House ram 11 11 Sullivan the sloggct is likely to be on board the Mariposa Sixteen days later news due by the S S Mariposa to day It is cleaning that the prison gang arc doing to Fort street Yesterday Was the first thoroughly fine day in a long period Ucthcl street is assuming graceful architectural pretensions The II Y 1 C crews are prac tising hard every evening Al the varieties of bananas grown here would alone make a good show I Mr and Mrs P C Jones celebrated their silver wedding by giving a party at their home last night Ml I The adjourned meeting of the lktlicl Union congregation is adver tised elsewhere in this issue Harrison boatswain of the Kaimiloa Ins deserted and the deserting gunner Weeks has...

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. — 13 May 1887

a i 1 i film rnl iTut M Well 15 Ciiattlnff fiWhatls the Use of 100000 peopld silling Miff nnd solitary twice n day saying noth ing to nobody and looking tired nnd glum when they might just as well be chatting with each other and thns causo tho niomenUto fly more swiftlyf Why need people bo strangers anyway until somebody cotnea along who happens to know that ono Is Jones and the othet Smith and politely tell them sof What lias JoneJ got a tongue for nnd cant Smith Inlkt Why dont they telloach other their hames without waiting on somebody clio fcKor my part I cant see nny eenso In this strange business Theros one man who lives across tho street from another man Down town they have an olllco in the wnio block They have lived and o diced that way for more than a year Neatly every morning they toko tho same street car and ride Into town sitting be side each other or face to face Each knows each others namo nnd all about him yet they nro not oveti speaking ac quaintances How many cases a...

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. — 14 May 1887

1 lisli V i VOL II Paiitlieon fli ti Ccncntl bcrtlocmcttlo MEW STOCK He hmaJko On tho Mauds is 7rnn Boots and Shoes Nuuanu between Merchant and Queen streets nonomiu I lake pleasure In Informing the public that I have returned from the Coast with an ELEGANT STOCK Of Show itlcctcd by myself comprising Finest Ladles French ICid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes nnd Boots Elegant Childrens Shoes Alio n fine lol of Cu finite Brormo Shoos L ADLEB 1111 Telephone J89 Mutual Telephone 389 Joseph Tinker Jfttmlly itntl Bliljlntx Jlutolior CITY MA11KET Nuuanu Street Cornell Beef and Pickled Tongues alunyi on hamti Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Delivcrlci free o any part of city nm suburbs Ik THE ONLY PRACTICAL WM TUJtJJEtty No 82 King Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order po and ice him SUN FIRE OFFICE -Or JGsLablialiocll710 Insurance offocted upon every description of property at current rate of premium TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 327333700 Claims arranged by 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. — 14 May 1887

TEE DAILY HERALD Its ruiiusttnu EVERY MORNING rxcEFi cuNdW rn t in ritvifiero nr tiik Pubh PimHiiikoCc IIM1TSO OJfics Friend BuHdla Bethel Strectf tMi iff M usritJiTinv Ieranmm 4eo OlDMW J 0 Thrw nvmih S Jcrmonlh Su TotUjc additional JBT Subirrlpllonit Itiyabt In Ailmntt tint f eo momceitoM Itom all part 41 Ihe Kingdom w 11 always be scttpuble All matte Intended for puUielon at well as bnti nw tom nnleationt and adrertUeflieBti should 1 a ldressed la ITIJE DAILY HERALD sVfURDAY MAY 14 1887 A BAD LOOKOUT The Road Supervisor is making what appears to be a thorough job in repair ing Bcrctania street between Nuuanu and Fort This would le a matter of satisfaction to the public in general and those habitually using that road in particular provided the fact was to stand by itself BufUkcn in conjunc tion with a certain circumstance the work in question displays an excusable lack of forethought and general super vision of public works on the part of the Interior Department of which both 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. — 14 May 1887

eggsaafr MHMMMMt TUB DAILY MEALD I bo for nnlo pally at tlie f 0 THRUM Fort street I II Merchant street RVstAt SODA WOUkSMKHoUl Street JPrlco 15 Cant SATURDAY MAY 14 1887 LOCALNBWS JJliic ribbon entertainment to night 1 Cl Norris is golrttj to lite Coast again on tlie Amelia - 1 r His Majesty will visit the training ship Kaimiioa nt 1030 this morning The Roynl Hawaiian Agricultural v nays shovy opens nt 10 oclock this n rnmg the nuisance of unbroken proces sions of road carts through the streets suit continues Mi Atnv Shcrwin did not sine yes terday on account of the brief stay of the stiamcr 1 1 in in It is been decided to repair the ship Hartford now lying nt the Marc Maud navy yard Mr J II Kciit Third Clerk of the Supreme Court has been confined to the house with fever for several days I I ISIP The postponed regular meeting of Honolulu Typographical Union No 37 will be held this evening nt 730 oclock Mr Brewster purser of the Mari posahas our hearty thanks for the latest exhibiti...

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. — 14 May 1887

bmrijti mi ui mi m XfrfeR TH WINTER Xtlit thg Winter la passed and brai And Sntntner b setting the Spring After the blossoms are blown on the clover Atid fanned all day Irjr the bees light wing What shall we do with the Iotb that we played at Under the tremor of ball room light When you In your gatln and pearls ar rayed at Will reigned supreme the queen of the nlghtr Where shall ended r we bury It now that Its A Reasons too long for a love play to live A love that I knew well you never tended A ainglo wild throb of perfection to give Oh yon and I may but trifle with pas sion And sip not a taste of its keen strong wine I may but dream that I mold and fash Ion Your heart to beat with n love like mine Lovo that Is more than a sweet hours dreaming Oweth no place in a world like ours Where there Is only a wan cold seeming Shamed by the warm true blush of the flowers And yet I lovo thec as well thou know est Although thy love was Winters play And my heart is with thc wherever thou gocst E...

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. — 16 May 1887

VOL II Ccttcntl fcticittecmcMo Boots and Shoes Nuuanu between Merchant and Queen Streets Honolulu I take pleasure In Informing the public that I have returned from the Coast with an ELEGANT STOCK or Shoes selected by myself comprising Finest Ladies French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Boots Elegant Childrens Shoes Also a fine lot of I ufanis IBronsso Shoes L adler II II Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker 1 imttv ami HhlppliiK Bulnhnr CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street C orned llccf and Tickled Tonguu always on hand Cclcbrateil Cambridge Sausages fresh daily Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLV PRACTICAL I mm I On the Islands is WM TURNER c j McCarthy HAS ItKCEIVII PROM San Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting In part of Havana Cheroots Operas Ducttas Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cherubs and the Fine Flor de Cuba Also some Full Dress Pet Sweet Caporal nd other popular brands of Cigarettes ...

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