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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 May 1887

1 I iMlYAVlt 0HRI3TI i A solitary rnollk Vrllhln his cell Whoso nails did niako an island bl his llfo Surrounded by Ihn wares of war and etrlto Ills hours obedient to the convent boll Until the crave had closed upon hla corpse A llfo secluded from tlio haunts of men A soul that found an uttornnco by tho pen For Uopo and sorrow Joy and sad remorsoj A soul that longed tor purity that taught Mans duty was to beat down prldo And sin To conquer passion to keep nil w hllo within And shuti a world with dark and ovll fraught Ages havo past yet still nmld tho strife Is heard tho musla of that far oft llfo William E A Axon Divorced looplo In Inrlr Divorce Is now so frequent that I mnko it tt rule norcr to nsk n husband liow his absent wlfo Is or a wlto unaccompanied by her husband about him Hut tho groat frequency ia owing to n long accumula tion of legal separations Tho mayors nnd sub mayors of nrrondlsscmenta aro kept often for many hours at ft tlmo as busy as they can bo unmarrylng couples...

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. — 21 May 1887

VOL II 11 mvlich uiiii 1 rfGWwjWFrPr Gcncntl uUctiiccmcnto NEW STOCK Boots aixcl Shoes Nuuanu between Merchant and Queen Streets Honolulu J lake pleasure In Informing the public that I hate returned from the Coast with an ELEGANT STOCK U Shoes selected by myself comprising Finest Ladles French Ktd Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Boots Elegant Childrens Shoes Also a fine lot of 1 1 1 fmi Is 13ronno Shoos la A X L 3U R It II Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker W THE l unity il Hhlpptim Jluluhnr CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street C orneil llccf ami Pickled Tongues always on hind Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dallj Pcliscrici free to any part of city and uliutbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL 1 On tho Islands is WMTUUNErt iiaKct No 82 IClnff Street If you want our watch well repaired or your clock put in order io and see him SON FIRE OFFICE -OF LONDON Kstablisliod 171 0 In urtnee cucctcil upon cscry description of pr iperty at current rates of premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1S85 32733370 c hints...

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. — 21 May 1887

MlllWlllklilml TKE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS to tii romiiiTOR nVTitit PfiksIuiiluiiinoCo ItlMITKh OBlcc Friend Building Bethel Street TK11MH Of SVIISCIIIPTIOS lernnnnm Jeo SI Inonttu 3- Tlireo month -So lcrmonll 5cl Iwlage additional t3T NHbirrlptloii InnW in Attrnnft Ilnef tommuntCAtians Irom all part of ihe Kingdam will always be acceptable All mailer intended for publication M well ns bust new communications and advertisements thould be addressed trt THE DAILY HERAID SATURDAY MAY 21 1887 GATLING CUNS One of the news writers of our eve ning contemporary refers to the matter of Galling guns being mounted at the Palace gates as rumor It may be only a rumor about the guns but not so about embrasures in the Palace walls one on each side of every one of the four gates These arc closed with heavy iron doors and have been freely mentioned as being places for machine guns They are certainly not meant as means of ingress or egress there being ample gates for th...

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. — 21 May 1887

ri riioniuson lias Do Not rrjf flp irTitf iVm fjrj DAILY HERALD 11 ln for fiilo Dully ut lhi Foi WI1W lowlnu 1lucnH ml M If II- K H Pott urcct Merchant lrei 1 1 - nil WOIIKS Hotel Street U - i Xrlan D qentw - vTlRAY MAY a i 1887 I1ALNBWS Another day of heavy wet weather I i sr II is said that there will be a Cabinet l nunc 1 mceuiB our thanks for mother parcel of pallets from every quarter ot incupuiif Officer Reynolds of the Hoard of Health has bills posted up in English and Hawaiian against tnrowing slops the streets or public places 1 rlve the clever voting stranccrs a in nnd have a uood lnughine spell as an antidote to the bad weather by going to the upcra iiouse to iugni U S S Iroquois Commander J Crittenden Watson was at Talcahuano Chili March 31st and was to begin her northward cruise ending at San Francisco in May Possibly she may ukc in Honolulu in Iter cruise if so may be looked for any day At the Hluc Ribbon League free en tertainment to night Miss Athcrton ill give a sol...

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. — 21 May 1887

ssaa hESULTS 6ft FALSE EDUCATION Tlio Tendency to Make Idlers Instead of AVorkers OlrH Notion Neither tho boys nor tlio girls taught I wont say cdncAtcd In tho public schools tvnnt to tnko hold of nctnal work for n living Very fow of tho boys arc willing to lenrn trades especially It they are kept at school long enough to get notions about being gentlemen Nearly all expect to get Into Homo light occupation something respectable and not requiring them to soil their hands or wear workshop cloth Ing Thoy arc willing to bo bookkeepers or salesmen or general clerk or to bo takenuto banks and many o them havo an cyo on brdkers ofllces In Wall strcot and tnnnymoro on tho ofllces tho poli ticians aro always lighting for JJut thoy dont want to turn to and learn to bo car penters or blacksmltlis or plumbers or bricklayers or stonecutters or anything elso that means a steady days work with tho hands This Is partly why New York Is swarm ing to dny with fairly taught young men looking for situat...

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. — 23 May 1887

VOL II Central ubcrUecmcMo NEW STOCK Boots and Shoes Nmianu between Merchant and Queen Streets Honolulu I take pleasure In Informing tlir public that I tvc relumed from tlic Coast with an ELEGANT STOCK of shoes selected by myself comprising Finest Ladles French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Doots Elcrjftnt Childrens Shoes Also a fine lot of I ulYuils iBronzo Shoos L A X L 32 B It II Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker iMimlly uml Slillpln Hulohor CITY MAMBT Nuuanu Street Corned Ilccf and Pickled Tongue always on hand 1 Celebrated Cambridge--Sausages fic h daily Deliveries free to any part of city and uNlbs I THE ONLY PRACTICAL I 11 l Wcitchmahr On tho Islands Ib WM TUJtNEB wm m Ho 82 Klnp Street If you want your watch well repaired or 1 lur clock put In order po and see him SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF LONDON- IstabUsliodlTlO lasuranco effected upon every discrliition of property at current rates 01 premiums TOTAL SUM INSURED IN 1885 3273337 Agents and Halms arranged by the I oc...

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 May 1887

THE DAILY HEMLB is roiiLisinu EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS r R TIIK lROrRIRTbK nVTUK Press IudlisiiiMj Co LIMITED Office Friend Building Bethel Street rtituis or sviisaiiJiiJDN I Vf annum Sin niontrn 3 on Three n win In ijrj Per month K 50 cU pOTtAge additional 3T flulmerlpllonii irtfilV in ttitennc llrief communications Irum alt oit cf the Kingdom will always Iks acetplable All millers Intended for publication ai well n atU ne tommuntcnttuns and adrertttemenU ihoutd W a Mreucd tn TUB DAILY IIKRALD MONDAY MAY 23 1887 ABSOLUTISM DESCRIED When the Herald was started it declared among other things its pur pose to oppose backstairs govern ment It docs not require a long sojourn in this country to perceive that the nation has a form without the sub stance of free popular government The head of the state is declared by1 law to have no responsibility yet in fact he bears nil rule All the limit to his power lies in whatever disposition he may have to do right and avoid wrong together with w...

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 May 1887

THE flHET JUliJ win io miiu ijfVnjt lho Fo1 lowluu via r thrum Fo i ir sorEii -Mi fiVslAl soda i01 Slcrl Piins6enli MONDAYAV a3 1887 lOCfiL NEWS Queen pan wa Boston on May gth rrs n clckn sheet at the Police Court SalurdAy tivntcind trows in activity fire bcfii frcqutrilly seen from long lan9 1 1 MS Cormorant is expected jvre shortly from Ksquimalt llrilish Columbia A gcnral meeting of the Hololulu Rides Ijittilion ii called fur to night by Major Miford MrA M Hcwctt lias otir thanks for sn Francisco papers out ol his supiy of dates to the 10th per barken tinliantcr The way tlc streets dried up under yesterdays fine weather the first for a ftcck would be marvelous were it not usual in this climate The Portuguese of Kau have held n thanksgiving service in the Roman Catholic Church for their dtliverancc from the recent earthquakes and vol canic eruption Englands Queen will be sixty six years old to morrow A Victoria festi val concert will be given in honor of the event by the Royal Haw...

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 May 1887

m V r mi tug vmm makner REASON WHY AMERICAN WOMEN DISLIKE DOME8TIC SERVICE A Sense of Humiliation That It entirely Unneccsirjror fcvery Ontelnl lokl tlon There In an omclnl Mnnncr The Tiro Librarians In Hio very Interesting letter written to The- Now York Nation thoro Is ono reason Riven wliy American Vromon tlo not llko domestic Bervlcc on which I should llko to innko n romnrk No 7 of tho answers to this question obtained from tho nicm Icr8 of tho Philadelphia Worklngwomons guild Is as followst I know an educated woman a lady who tried it as a ort of tipper housemaid Tho work was easy and tho pay Rood and sho never had n harsh word hut they Just seemed uncon scious of her existence Sho said tho gen tlemen of tho house father and don would como In nnd stand beforo her to havo her tako the r umbrellas or help them off with their coats sometimes without speaking to her or oven looking at her Thcro was something so humiliating about it that sho couldnt stand it but went back to slop Bh...

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 May 1887

VOL II ij General bcvtfocmcnls NEW 3oots and Shoes between Merchant and Queen Nuuanu Streets Honolulu I nke pleasure In Informing the public that I hive returned from the Coast with on 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 Infants Bronze Shoos ij a p l e r 1111 Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Fuinllv ShljllK XJuluhor CUT IIAMET Nuuanu Street Cornell Ilccf and Pickled Tongues always on hand Celebrated uamuruige anusai fresh daily Deliveries free to any part of city and julwrbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL nfflish II SUN FIRE OFFICE OF LONDON- KsLablislied 1710 Insurance effected upon every description of property at current rates or premiums TOTALSUM INSURED IN 1885 32733370 Claims arranged by the Local Agents arid Mid with promptitude and liberality The jurisdiction of the Local Tribunals recognized G W MaoinrlmiQ X- Co Agent for Hawaiian Islands Pantheon THE Wat...

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 May 1887

pmmmmmmmmmuiimjMi immi imi THE DAILY HEBiflJ IS ruiji L1S1IKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS r R TitR Pronurtoii bv Til Pe PuhliiiiInoCo LIMITED Office Friend Building Bethel Street run ns or t virtviuiuos Per Annum SU moitm llrre month Ier month iaj jLiii m 600 300 150 50 cu Pone additional KT Nnticrlittoni Iainltii hi tttrancr ririff communication Irom all part of the Kingdom will nlvrajn be acceptable 11 milttrt Intended for puhticatton M well ns Wjl nM communications and advertisements should I a ldressed to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY MAY 24 1887 HUMILIATING Hawaii occupies a unique position among the nations No other one can approach her in startling novelties in monstrosities of public lite What other country monarchy or republic has a ruler who could accept in mute submission the accusation of unlawfully appropriating private funds coming into his hands in the shape of bribes Tim day week the Gazette made a charge that the King in conjunction with Junius Kaac entered into a con s...

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 May 1887

THE DAILY HBEALD tuill bo for filo Dully at the r o THRU Potturett H SOPKR Merchant Hreel RVjTAI SODA WORKS IIoW Street Xrloo B Oentm nJESDAY MAY 24 1887 ixOalnbws Some ordnance vas moved from the Barracks Into the Palace yard Sunday night A gentleman just returned from jlilo assures us that the Kilauca vol tano is in reality quite active Queen Victorias agc is sixty eight years today not sixty six as inadver tently stated in yesterdays paper Messrs Gribblc and Cabot civil engineers have got as far as 1epeekco beyond Onomca from Ililo in their survey of Wilders railway from Hilo to Waipio A ninety days quarantine lias been established against cattle from the United Stales owing to the prevalence of pleuropneumonia in the latter country There was a large attendance at the ictoria festival concert by the Royal Hawaiian Band on the Hotel grounds last evening The illumination of th front of the building was both beauti ful and profuse while us for the music it is enough to say that it 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. — 24 May 1887

I r lsViJvp fT 7 - r rj9r 1 T i TMHS IK groups CLUSTERS MUCH MORE ORNA MENTAL THAN UNIFORM ROWS TJio Ncnrer tho Trno rinntor Appronohel Nntnro the Mnro llcaslng tVllt JJo the KITcct Produced llnn ting In Groups for lroteotlcm Vnrlnu Hints Many farmers scorn to think tlint thoy linvo ornamontctl their nlncos by tho ubo ol trees wlien thoy havo planted n row of BOino ono kind along tho bUIo of tho rood In front and another row near tho fonco thnt divides their lnnd from tliat of tholr nearest neighbor It may bo trua that theso strnlRlit rows of trees do something toward ornamenting tin place but It Is certain that they do not beautify It to tho extent a variety of trees planted lu groups would Tlicro Is nn unnatural nppoaranco nbout a long row of trees of somo kind of nearly tho Baino slzo planted at a uniform dtstanco from each othor Especially is this tho caso when tho trees aro of a variety that aro not found in tho groves and forests of tho vicinity In a country thickly or mmrcely...

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 May 1887

VOL II s - t nib General uutrtlecmcnuj E Boots and Shoes Nuuanu between Merchant and Queen Streets Honolulu I like pleasure In Informing llic public that I Imc returned from the Coast with an ELEGANT STOCK Of Shoes selected by myself comprising Finest Ladies French Kid Shoes Mens Fine Shoes and Boots Chltdrcua Shoes THE ONLY PRACTICAL Eflisli Watchmaker On tho Islands is mi TURNER f THE Elegant Also n fine lot of Infants 33roiisso Shoos L ADXiESR 1 1 II Telephone 289 MulualTclcphone 289 Joseph Tinker IfHmllv ami ShtimliiK Tititohor CITY MA11KET Nuuanu Street Corned Hccf and Iicklcd Tongues always on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs No 82 KInp Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put in order ro and sec him SUN FIRE OFFICE OF LONDON- JSstnblishoa 1710 Insurance effected upon every description of property nt current rales of premiums T0TAL2SUM INSURED IN 1885 327333700 Claims arranged by the Ixcal Agent...

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 May 1887

w MMMJWItlMM TIH DAILY HERALD IS lUlILtSIIKl EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS MR 11111 PBOrRirtOH BV THIS pKKMtUliUSIIIhflLC IImiTrn Offices Friend Building Dcthcl Street iifj Tiii us Of sviisvwit my Per annum SU moutnt Thiee monlh Per month i6o 360 150 JrttU PoMar Additional KIT Siiliicrtiillona Inuabin Atleimce Hrwf epmmnnications Irom Ml Jwrtiof tlie Kingdom will nlwaya be nccrptMile aI mUmi lntnr4tl frtr tonlilifAtlnn A Well HI tUt new communication and adrertlemerts thojld lie addressed to THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY MAY 25 1887 IMPROVEMENT Better it is to bejir the ills we have than fly to others that we know not of is an old saying bearing the imprima tur of the great poet It is poetically n truism but practically its correctness Upends upon the use that is imde ol it It is the one article of the creed of a barbarian but it is not the language of enlightened enterprise that sees diffi culties only to overcome them and endures ills only so long as the whirli gig of time imposes ine...

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 May 1887

SM r o THRUM t If SfliiK lowlnu THE DAILY HERALD vnli bo fbr Hnto Dtilly ttl tho Fori street Merchant Mrcel RYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street jPiloo O Oontn WEDNESDAY MAY 35 1887 LOCAL JSTETWS OfTicial notifications arc served on the half shell this week ttic Gevern mini Gautte having only enough mat ter to fill one side i -I ii Mr A E Gastcr of Bucharest has been appointed Hawaiian Charge d Affaires and Consul General for the Kingdom of KOtimania The cash balance of the British Benevolent Society for the past year besides tiic 500 Invested is 59892 not 800 as reported in this paper yes terday A Praver Sncedilv Answered will be the theme and the 19th chapter of 2 Kings the 8cnpturc lesson at the Fort St Church prayer meeting to night No less than two of the operators of the Mutual telephone Co have been laid aside by accident during the past week As their places nrc temporarily filled by less experienced hands sub scribers should kindly exercise patience if responses arc less prompt th...

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 May 1887

L mmttvtiihmmimmmiim to D00K9 MAPS AND WRITING AP PARATUS FOR BLIND PEOPLE A rronch Sltnoum IVImt Knglnmt lint Accomiilllic1 Ono of tlio Triumphs ot Moiloru lMucntlonnl AVorli Great In Cunutty Iliinjcd A museum for tho blind 1ms becnoponcd in the lino do Itoussclct It lins been es tablished by tho blind Dr Gullbcati ouo of tho professors In tho Instlttito dea Jouncs Avcitgles nnd contains specimens of nearly nil tho objects Invented for n Jong course of yeni H for schools primary technical and others tor sightless pupils Persons having blind relatlvos or friends will on Tuesdays obtain any information thoy may want about books maps writ ing apparatus teachers and soon for thoir special benefit Not tho least curious part ot tho exhibition is wlwt is contained in tho bookcase Thero is thero ft largo col lodion ot qunrto volunies all tho principal characters ot which arc raised on tho Brnlllo system TI1I3 is now moro in uso than any other in Italy Prussia Atoaco and tho United States I...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 May 1887

ou n Central bcrllscnlcnta new THE tnoots and Shoes Merchant and Queen between Nunanu Honolulu I ukc pleasure In Informing the public that Ihav rtiurnwi irui - ELEGANT STOCK iOf oci scictitu u v 1 Finest Ladlcn French Kid Shoes Mmii Fine Shoes and Boots Elegant e a Also a fine lot of liifciuts Bronze Shoos U A D L 35 K II Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 189 Joseph Tinker I Family isml Hlilpplwt Hiitohor CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Cornel llecfaml Pickled Tongues alwayi i oil nanilj lcicuraicu viiiu m b fresh daily Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL 11 U Wdiak On tho IbImkIb is WM TUltNEtt No 8a King Street If Jou want your watch well repaired or jour clock put In order eohndscc him SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF LONDON- WstablifcOioairiO Insurance effected upon cmy description of property at current rates of premiums T0TAL5SUM INSURED IN 1885 327333700 t laims arranged by the Ical Agents and WJ with promptitude nnd liberality The JtUNllctlun of the Local Tribunals ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 May 1887

i I ft- T1EB DAILY -HERALD tS 1UIIISIK EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS ton tub rnorRiR roR ov Tim 1krm IiIiIisningCc Limitcd Office Friend Building Bethel Street rriatH or sviscttijtjov Vttnfihnm 6to Ki montv 3 w Three montlit 5 IVr month IVntnce nJJittonil JCV Xittiicrliittons VaynUv In Ailnuire liner communitatifc hs All citnof llio Kingdom will d ay le nctcptable ll mailers Intended for publication as well at butt MM cbmniiinicntlbnt anil aitvertUemenU should be JdtMjtd to THE IMILY IIKHALD THURSDAY MAY 26 1887 Scaling the Rocky Mountains The following letter lias been written for the special benefit of the readers of the Herald by a lady well known in literary circles in Honolulu It dc scribes part of a trip to the Eastern States on which the writer started per Australia of the iath April last When we settled ourselves on the cars that were to take us from Salt Lake City to Denver wc found our accommodations much more cramped than on the Central Pacific route as this was a narrow g...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 May 1887

i H 3U THE DAILl HEEALD w loWlliK lMuoos o THRUM Fort street Merchant street KVSTAL SODA WORKS HoUl Street Vlon o Cant THURSDAY MAY afi 1887 jOOAX JSHEWS Imiic weather unci regular trades eecni to have come to stay The packets Timour from Uoston and Cerastes from Liverpool ought to show up any hour - - Notice of a special meeting of the W C T U for this afternoon has been countermanded A member of the Rides was given a leather medal yesterday for his skill in avoiding the target on Tuesday The bark Scottish Lassie reports seeing an iron ship on fire abandoned in longitude 27 and 30 W February 38th m Some old time Yoricks headpiece exhumed beneath the Astor House building is on view at the Elite ice cream parlors 1 11 Next Kamehamcha Day June nth Prof Ucrgcr will have completed his fifteenth year as leader of the Royal Hawaiian Hand Mr J II laty has sold his resi dence on Judd street to Major Corn well for 20000 It will be occupied by Mrs Henry Cornwcll I Mr John T Watcrhouse has rec...

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