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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 May 1887

iSSSm Tfsf7Fimi1TfXTgmn A - V THEDAILTHEEALD UIS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDVrS rnxTHtPxorurrox sTlTiterxxssPMUSHixca Limited Office Friend BnUdiflp Bethel Street TEltits of QnsCniiTinS Tttxmvn Sift moRtftti Three ijtk Prt nWRth IJO 5001 PotUgc iMilietal Of Subttrtplttm raynbit In Attrnntt Hotf csmnrasieatiset Ireo att parts of the Kinjitoa wifl alnyi xxxrUble t All matltrt Imroiied for poWcatwn u will n w coomaricaJJoo M irotwBU tboaM I THE DAILY HERALD c MONDAY MAY 16 1887 AGITATION Agitation is to reform what planting sowing and eultiratingthe land are to the harvest season The conditions necessary to success are very much the same iivboth cases Like the putting in of seed agitation must be timely otherwise it will result only in loss of means and the throwing away of force It is essential also that it be conducted by those who understand the processes to be followed or in other words who have mastered the know how The absence of these requisites and many more that might ...

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. — 16 May 1887

tUgjOtlMd TUB DAILY IIEEALD jv ill 1o for Millo Dtilly at this 3ol vv lowltiu AMuoom f 1 THRUM rortslrett 1 I sOlERi Mttchant strwt ftVTAL SOU WOHKS Hotel Street JPrloo O Oontn 1 MONDAY MAY j6 1S87 LOOiXNBWS Dnud concert at Emma square to- night- The adjourned meeting of British residents will be held to night A Chinaman has taken the premises where the Victoria restaurant ran its brief course r The Reformatory School band gave n concert on board the Kaimiloa yes torday afternoon In a skirmish between Arabs and Egyptians the latter under Gen Chcrm sidc in the Soudan the Arabs lost 200 in killed and wounded and the Egyp tians had forty wounded II I Members of the Honolulu Utiles will sec elsewhere Battalion order No 4 announcing a meeting for important business this evening Those who do not possess fatigue uniforms arc ex pected to be there anyway Tnc training ship Kaimiloa made a trial trip under command of Lieut McDonald on Saturday afternoon She steamed out to sea as far as Diamon...

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. — 16 May 1887

AT CUE IIATTERAS HOW LIFE IS ENJOYED BY THE HON EST EASY GOING NATION Homes of the lliTicrtnen Garden 8aa and Yaupon Tea A Kellglo Soetnl Club The Ettatitltliment or a Iorpolae factorr The Seine To any ono wishing to flee from tbe worryment of city life a Journey to Cape Hatter mny bo recommended Tele graphic communication Is Indefinitely suspended owing to a break in tho wins at Oregon Inlot and tho lack of an oprr prlatlon to repair the same Tho mall comes onco a week by boat f tho weather permits which It docs not always do Tho majority of strangers who land on Hat tcras reef do M unwillingly throuah ship wreck The beach below the light Is strewn with wreckage of all descriptions from n nearly cntlro hull of a vcmcI to barrels cables nnd cocoanuts From the malidand tho roof can bo reached only by embarking on one of tho little flsh boata ninnlng from Ellzaboth City or Now Berne It Is a twelve hours tsall under thu most farorablo clrcumstanccs but tho trip generally takes an cntlr...

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. — 17 May 1887

VOL H is i a ff1 General bcttlscmcnlo Boots and Shoes Muuanu between Merchant nnd Queen Streets Honolulu I lake pleasure In informing the piilille lint I hive relumed from tlie Coait wills mi ELEGANT STOCK Of Shoes selected by myself comprising Finest Ladles French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes nnd Boots Elcfeant Childrens Shoes Also a fine lot of Infants Bronzo Shoos L ABLER 1111 Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 389 Joseph Tinker Finally mill SliilllK Xsutulior CITY MAEKET Nuunnu Street Corned Dcef and Pickled Tongues always on hand j Celebrated Cambridge Sausages ficsh daily Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Iiiisl Watchmaker On tlio Islmula is WM TUltNEtt No 8a Kinp Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In order to and see him SUN FIRE OFFICE -OK LONDON- Mstablishod 1710 Insurance effected upon every description of properly at current rates of premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 32733370O ClJlms arranged by the Local Agents and pa...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 17 May 1887

THE DAILY HERALD E1S FUBUtllEtt EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUMDA1S fUwrfsM Office Friend BtaJdinj Bethel Street ri Si rnnnx or sinscrtiTiux Tim mottj Pus tstAa THE DAILY HERALD up hastiMM rVirf nnnanlinibeaai iMrtjtf tfc K1c4m t atwr t xjwioMt Afl mim wtffcd tor I dttl J Hl uteiv TUESDAY MAY 17 1887 YOUNG BLOOD Give the young Wood z chance Regulate without unduly restraining youthful rigor Observation of various local institutions and occasions leads to the impression that the young peo nle do not have more than a frac tional show in the earnest duties re sponsibilities and mutual concerns of the community There is rather a disposition on the part of he elder members of organizations and conven tions to monopolize not only the voice but the action in social enterprises of the various kinds making up the life of the community outside of what is gen erally denominated business It is painful sometimes to see old fogies trjing to run deliberative nr consulta tive assemblages They seem to have...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 17 May 1887

THE DAILY HERALD Will bo for fto Daily ut Uio 3il v lowlnw lJluoom f n THRUM fort itfett i II Merchant suwt KYsTAL SODA WOKKS lloUl Street Jilo O Oontw - TUESDAY MAY 17 1887 IOOAX JST3jAVS A heavy rain squall followed by n generally damp evening struck in about four oclock last evening n 1 1 ii ib 11 nun James D Mills an English resident nnd storekctper at Hilo for 35 years died there Inst Wednesday aged 71 The first frames in the second story of Mr Mclncrnys building were put up yesterday It is expected that the roof will be on next week The Free Masons meet tonight to consider the matter of a fitting rcccp tion to the Masonic party coming from tlic Coast on the steamer Australia Hon W C Parke and Mr A J Cartwright have made further large contributions of books to the Honolulu Library and Reading Room Associ ation mi 11 The Planter Monthly fur the cur rent month is particularly ncvsy to sugar men Mr C C Coleman essays to vindicate his record in ramie machine invention and there is ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 17 May 1887

Utm THE MILYHERALD IS FUUMSlIKI EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS r k TflK pRdpniicroh Btjtns rmfWlusLiiiilNfiCo ItAUtno Office Fritnd Building Detlid Street TnitJis or svjtsouirnox IVrnnum fioo Six montnt 300 llirte month 4 f50 ltrlnonth sncii Fottage aJililidral X3T NtihierlpttoH Vnynht in Atlettuce - flnef commnniealian Iromall pamof the KinsJom will Mwar b acceptable All nutteii Intended for puUimtln a well at mi nM communtealtant ami alrentmcnt should be arliireoed In THE DAILY 1IKHALD TUFSDAY MAY 17 1887 YOUNG BLOOD Give the young blood a chance Regulate without unduly restraining youthful vigor Observation of various local institutions and occasions leads to the impression that the young peo ple do not have more than a frac tional show in the earnest duties re sponsibilities and mutual concerns of the community There is rather a disposition on the part of lie elder members of organizations and conven tions to monopolize not only the voice but the action in social enterprises of th...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 17 May 1887

m tr THE DAILY llJffiALl Will bo for mio TiUy ut tho lowltiK X 1uohx r r i it II I RUM Fori street SOIER Merchant nrwt uvrAL SODA WOHKS Hottl Street Prion O Cmln TUESDAY MAY i7 1S87 A heavy rain squall followed liy a Rincrally lamp evening struck in about four oclock last evening James D Mllli an English resident and storekeeper at Hilo for 35 years died there last Wednesday aged 71 years The first frames in the second story of Mr Mclncrnys building were put up yesterday It is expected that the roof will be on next week i 1 The Free Masons meet tonight to consider the matter of a fitting reccp tion to the Masonic party coming from tlic Coast on the steamer Australia Hon W C Parke and Mr A J artwright have made further large contributions of books to the Honolulu Library and Reading Room Associ ation The Phnttri Monthly fur the car rent month is particularly newsy to sugar men Mr C C Coleman essays to vindicate his record in ramie machine invention and there is n lively discus sion o...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 17 May 1887

irrili inVVPiTrislsissislsiMausai is ON THE MOBSCOf PERILS AND PRIVATIONS OF THE LUMBERMANS OCCUPATION A Vocullnr unit Ilntnntoui Work Where tho Troubto Comes A Tromendotta Stampcrio of togs Tho Wnngnna or Coinmlssnrjr lloimrtmont A Snil Story llnngor onco tho greatest lumber mnrkot in tuo world though doing a much smaller business than In ncots palmy tlnj 8 la still tho homo ot ex pert Wccrs and drivers nnd tho honiV auartors for tho most approved kinds ol 1 lumburihonA ImplomonU Such Is tho fame of Bangor caut dogs nnd nxes and bntlcnux that oporatora In tho compara tively now logging regions of tho west and rnr oir rnclllc slopo sonu lioro for thorn lint It Is tho men ot tho lonohscot who nro principally sought not for cutting Uio logs for almost anybody can swing an nx but for tho perilous work of driving the logs through rapid waters arid over roar ing falls and swift rapids Evory spring when tho trees havo been foiled nnd whou tho warm sun tins transformed frozon streams Into ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 18 May 1887

VOL II Central luutttlocmcnto 15 Boots and Shoes Nuuanu between Merchant and Quccii Streets Honolulu I lake pleasure In Informing the public that I have returned from the Coast with an ELEGANT STOCK Of Shoes selected by myself comprising Finest Ladles French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Boots Elegant Childrens Shoes Also n fine lot of 1 nfimls Bronzo Shoos L ABLER 1111 Telephone 389 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinkor inmiiv Bhlupltm nulolior CITY IA11KET Nuuanu Street Corned llcef and Iicklcd Tongues always on liandt Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh daily Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL 17A1 1 1 T ininn in nlnli W tttWl I SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF LONDON- Mstablishod ITlO Insurance effected upon every description of property at current rates of premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 327i33370 Claims arranged by the Local Agents ami paid with promptitude and liberality The jurisdiction of the Local Tribunals recognitcil G W Maofiirlano Co Agent for Hawaii...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 18 May 1887

5 THE DAILY HEMLD ffIS IUBUStlKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT 8UNDAYS fj tub InopBiRTOii nrjtim 1iunsPuiiLfsitiMoCo Limited Office Friend Dulldlng Bethel StrectJ TKIUIS 01 StlllSOlttlTKHf Tr nnnum ifteo Sit monint 3- Tlirw monihi J0 lermonih Scu rlftE ndilitlonal CUT Suhrrlillan Vaiabx in Aitenutr nrief communication Irom all rat of lh Kingdom will always he acceptable All matteri Intended for publication al well mW nn communication end drttlltnwntJ hbuld be addressed to THK DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY MAY 18 t88fr THE NAVY FARCE It is difficult to discuss with moder ation the costly farce of playing at naval dignity being conducted by the Hawaiian Government Soon after the purchase of the old hulk now fitted out for a cruise Ministers knew that they had been badly taken in and done for in the purchase or rather that by their meddling in business that they were ignorant of they had foisted on the country an expensive while elephant Under the circumstance of such knowl edge of their bungling it m...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 18 May 1887

r Atf 0 THRUM ir sOIER Do Not jWflwr THE DAILY HEMLD VU bo for wuo Tinny at UiA lowlntc XMiiooh Sin Against Your Any Longer Pott street Merchant street UYVTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Stitet irioo O Oontn VBNESUAY MAY 18 1887 hOOALNBWB A lost roll of pttisic is wanted left at the Catholic Mission flic rain prevented completing the water man laying on Fort street fester- day The tern V S Uowne will take a mail for the Coast today closing at nine oclock Mr Tavcrnicr has a now picture of the Volcano on exhibition at the show rooms of Mr J J Williams ii 1 in The Supreme Court party will have most of this week for holiday purposes as they will not get home before Sun day on the Kinau The monthly meeting of the Y M C A will be held to morrow evening beginning nt a quarter past seven in order to be through before Mr Cruzans cflurCi Yesterday was full of weather left over from the rainy season There never was more or worse mud on the streets Some of the crossings for in stance that at the Oceanic 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. — 18 May 1887

Jtiim w Hwmawwwwww HOWELL COBBS JOKE BUCHANAN OUTWITTED DY HIS SEC RETARY OF THE TREASURY A Trlixl Trip o tho Harriot Laue Which Sorely Vexed tho President An Item Ucd UIII of Kicnics Cobb Surprises Itio Old Siiulrc Tho last Democratic presldont James lluchnnan lmdhla own Idea ns to tho uso of our public Vessoln nnd a story was pub lished many oars ago ot how this idea cost Howell Cobb his socrotary of tho treasury n nlco llttlo sum It was at the tlmo of tho launching and trial trip of n revenue cutter which had been irmdo un der Cobbs direction nnd named after Bu chanans nlcco Tho Harriot Lano Cobb concluded that on this trial trip ot tho now vessol ho would lno tho cabinet tho foreign legations tho president and others of his acquaintances to take a sail with him down tho Potomac Ha tnado all his arrangomonU without saying a word to tho president and tho matter was pretty well advanced before Buchanan heard of it When it first camo to his cars Old Buck sent for his nttornoy gcnora...

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. — 19 May 1887

Vol h Gcnccnl uOcttuscmcnts NEW STOCK mJooU s and Slices Nuuanu between Merchant and Queen Streets Honolulu I lake pleasure In informing the pulillc that I have returned from the Coast with an ELEGANT STOCK Of Shoes selected by myself comprising Finest Ladled French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Boots Childrens Shoes Corned Ilcef and Tickled Tongues always on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausage ftcsh daily Deliveries free to any part of city and uhuibt THE ONLY PRACTICAL 1J NT WV v m 1 j YulUll i On llio iBlnnda is WM TUItNErt Pantheon THE Elegant Also a lino lot of I nlViiils 13ronzo Shoos I A T L E 33 lilt Telephone 889 Mutual Telephone 389 Joseph Tinker niiillv mill Hhlnplim Xlulohoi CITY MA11KET Nuuanu Street maKor No 82 Klnp Street It If vou sant our watch well repaired or your clock put In order po and sec him SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF LONDON- Kstablislioa 3710 Insurance effected upontvery dcscripllon of property at current rates of premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 632733370 t laims...

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. — 19 May 1887

m 1 tl TBI DAILY IDERALJ ElfS rtiULisiirD EVERY MORNING nXCHPT SUNDAYS FOR TUB IROmlRTOR HVTltK PKS1 IlltLISMINnCo LIMITED Office Friend Building Bethel StrcctJ nut nt ariiJisouiiTJitff rr annum Kit montns Thrte monthi lcr month 600 3 150 50CU Postage addilionftl tST Siibierlittlona lnunbit 11 Atlrnnce Ilntf communication Irom alt faiuof the Kingdom will lit way he ncct plaWe All matters Intended fur publication well uW n tn communications and advertisements ihouM t a ldrc5MU In THE DAILY IILUAlD THURSDAY MAY 19 1887 HAWAIIAN HOME RULE The above heading is like the junc tion of two roads commonly called the forks It may be started from in two directions leading to two arenas of thought Leading down one branch the subject may mean the dominant cry of the present times Hawaii for tlic Hawaiians Taking the other road it may mean Hawaii for her helpers What we want to say is that the latter branch is the way to that species of home rule which it should be the effort of every person livi...

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. — 19 May 1887

JkSfm PSiWTn THE DAILY HEML13 iv ill bo ft ll TOnlly nt tho lol lowinir AMuoofc r THRUM Fortstrl i sOPER Merchant strttt oVVrt 50DA WORKS Hot Strett irioo O Centn IHUKSDAY MAY 19 1887 IjOOAXjJPWB I he Conundrum now is Will she cur return x - 1 1 1 Y M C A business tnreting al 7 it sharp to night Honulu lalitii is nil right Sec notices in another column Mrs Cornwcll of Maui is the guest of the Rev and Mrs E C Oggcl No business was transacted at huprcmc Court chambers yesterday Company A Honolulu Rides meet for drill this evening rain or no rdin m m Ihe watermelon season is on the deceitful watermelon the ripest look ing ones arc the greenest when cut II ivc deserters of bound serv ice and a njtive and Chinaman for affray were entered on the police slate last night I I 1 Three entries have been made for the three days go-as-you-please walking match to come off in the tent near the shooting gallery The Heaver lunch room was all up side down yesterday afternoon owing to the beginning 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. — 19 May 1887

feW YOM SBttMSfl NOTES ON THE COMMERCIAL MAO NIRCENCE OF THE METROPOLIS Stonmcr Driving Out Sailing Craft Why Now Yorlt Iln Altrnyi Been Out Chief Scnport lrlor to 180 Ilnlojon Times I sco that about 0000 foreign vessels ar rived nt tho jiort of New York last year Tho total number of forohzu anil domestic vessels that arrived hero In 1880 Is esti mated at 00000 Tho Hohrow prophet Kzcklcl breaks Into fervid eloquence In celebrating tho commercial splendor of tho great emporium of 2600 years ago Tyro With Its multltudo of ships and Its tralllo In Bold purple- nnd Ivory tho wlno of Helton silver cashIo wliito wool and precious stones but what was Tyro though It was a merchant of tho people for many Isles and traded with Judah and tho land of Israel Arabia Shcba and tho princes of Kcdar compared to this lions whelp of tho western World Now York Hither comes tho gold of Europe tho opium codec and precious guni3 of tho orient tho attar of nwoa from Turkoy tho precious stones of far off mi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 May 1887

VOL II General Ucillscmcntc Boots arid Shoes Nuuanu betwceli Merchant nnd Queen Streets Honolulu I take pleasure In Informing the public that I have returned from the Coast with nn BLEGABT STOCK Of Shoes selected hy myself comprising Finest Ladles French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Boots Elegant Childrens Shoes Also a fine lot of I nrants Bronco Shoos L ADLBE 1111 Tclcphono 389 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Kiimllv mu ShlpjJlnK Ihitohor CITY MA11KET Nuuanu Street Corned Hccf and Pickled Tongues always on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh daily Deliveries free to ony part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Imrlisli AYatclimaker On the Islnnda i8 m TURNER No 8a King Street If jou want your watch well repaired or vour clock put in order co and see him FIRE OFFICE OF LONDON- I established 1710 Insurance cITcctcd upon every description of property at current rates of premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 6327i33370 Claims arranged by the Local Agents and p tiil with prompt...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 May 1887

lnilhtu TnE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS rOK Til PrOPWITOIJ BY Til rREMPuftUSIIINoCl LIMITED Office Friend Building Bethel Streets liutMH or bvimaniprmti Per nnnum Sit ntdntni Itirce monllii Per mdnth t oo 300 150 jocn Footage aiMitSonal XIT SnleriHotft VainMe in Atlraiicc tlnef communications Irom all jxtmof the Kingdom Will always 1 nrwptable AM i1a tlAt fnr tuililiratfoll M Well M UU umnini unJ mherlttcmentt ihouM lw niilrrjwj to THE IJAILY HERALD FRIDAY MAY 20 1887 A PERMANENT EXHIBITION The suggestion of our correspondent L in this issue is in the line of arti cles in recent numbers of the Herald advocating the establishment of a per manent industrial museum in Hono lulu The two sets of ideas his and ours taken together are practicable of being put into effect if only vigorously tnkcnup by others We have pointed out some of the benefits of an indus trial museum Our correspondent sug gests not only a permanent show but one that would also possess the me...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 May 1887

B Thomas Refreshment Watcrhouse jr Mackintosh II TUB DAILY HERALD will Ho for wilo IDnlly t th Fort street TIIKUM t o i S01llR i Merchant street RVsTAt SODA WORKS i Hotel Street Irloo O Oentn HUDAY MAY 20 1887 OOALNEWS Young Peoples lrnycr nnd Praise Service nt tlic Lyceum this evening nt hall past seven oclock Mr J li llidwell will lead the meeting At the monthly meeting of the Y M C A last evening three associate members and two voting nvembers were elected and a balance of about 125 reported in hand Rev J A CruzaVs lecture on The Opening of the Mississippi was at tended by a very fair audience consid ering the disagreeable weather the large hall being more than half filled Mrs Dr Whitney President of the V 0 T U Pcsided and Mrs llanford sang a solo to the piano with violin obligato by Prof Yarndlcy The lec ture lasted two hurs end besides being a clear and comprehensive account of the great event treated was replete with observations in -the lec turers popular vein of humor as we...

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