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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 May 1887

3i THE lglN W8 WINO - - If J oil nrid I lo iUy shbtiM sMp nnd lay Our llfework down nod lot our hands fait where thy will Fall down to HoquttOBtlH And If eomo other Iwnd should como and stoop toflnil Thtj threads wo carried so that It could wind Uegtnnlng whero wo stopped It It should como to keep Our llfo work Rolng seek To carry on tho rooU design tMlnctlteljr made your or mine What would It flndf If Lovo should como BtoopIiiR nbove when wo am done To nnd bright threads That wc have held that It may spin them longer find but shreds That break when touched how cold Bad shivering portionless tho bands will hold Tho broken strands and know Fresh cnuso for woe Oeorgo Kllnglo Tld lilts from tho South Son Tho steward laid n largo roll on tho tnblo nnd unwinding nn Inch or two of curious looking leaves rpvenlcd a dark brown substnnco resembling cream cheeso In consistency Ho cut oft n pleco with ins kiiiio nnti nto u with fjroat relish whllo everybody clso hold his noso nnd protested exc...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 May 1887

VOL II General bcrltocmcnte FOE SALE 1000 pounds At the lowest figurcof the finest quality ol OUAVA JELLY Warranted genuine made of the pute juice only ami guaranteed to slnnd EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE AND Will not deteriorate In quality for nny number of jctts Litre quantities exported cery jear by some of the largest commercial fitmt of this city to different pirls of the United siatcs ami the Gcrinan Empire Manufactured atthcj Pioneer Stcmii Qmuly Factory and finkory Established in 1863 f jiorn Prachc il Ciinfcctloncr Pastry Cok p Ornamcntcr Hotel between Nuuatm and Fort Streets Until Telephone No 74 II II Telephone a8y Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Kumllv unit Hhlpiilnu TJulohor CUT MABKET Nuuanu Street Corned Uccf and Pickled Tongues alway on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh daily Dclu cries free to nny part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL l rami On tho iBlundn is WM TUItNEtt ifA THE kor No 8a King Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put In...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 May 1887

THE DAILI HEMLD IS IMlLtSIirI EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS ri TIIR PROPRIRrOR ATTtIR IMEMlllMHIIINaCo IIIMITKU Office Friend Huildinfj Dcthel Street i ij is r nsviiivtJtts IVr annum Si inotitnv Hire imi lr in mil J600 300 Ijo otn Itntnge additional XV NtiloerlpttoHii Viijinbe in Aitvnnre Ilrief communication all parti of th Kingdom will always Ik acceptable aTi miitrrt lnlcnlfil fur imbrication n well M lull new ctimmunicAtiont and nJvertlxmentj thotild be a Idrcwu In THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY MAY 27 1887 NOTES AND COMMENTS Honest and clean government would be a hundred fold stronger bulwark of tlie throne than n concrete wall brist ling with a thousand cannon Several distinct rumors of changes in the Ministry were in circulation last evening but little credence was given any of them It is supposed probable by many people that political rumors arc being coined at headquarters to be put forth by the numerous band of harpies as feelers of the public puke Geo Augustus Sain in his Echoes ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 May 1887

Stmt ivrirrifiiw THE DAILY HERALD will bo for nolo TJiilly t tho lowltiK JjJhooh rc TllRUM Fort street i II SOIER Merchant street RVsTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street XJrloo tt Centw u Ml DAY MAY 27 1S87 jJooJAXLgra2ws Ijpa Is safe nt the IiUur of going to pic Company 11 of the Rides will drill to night A horse attached to a coal cart did the runaway net yestcrdny without hurting anybody Manager Uartlctt of the Hawaiian Hotel intends spreading n free lunch of substantial viands every evening in the bar The repast will include cold meats salads eta in the best style of the hotels cookery Before the stenmer Surprise sailed for Maui yesterday Mr A V Cooke President of the Pacific Navigation ompany treated the crew to a Ior tugticsc iuau in the shape of as many watermelons as they could get away with m How it Happened is a real work of art surmounting n handsome calen dar issued by the New England Mutual Life Insurance Co Boston Mass for which Messrs Castle Cooke arc the Ircal agents A handso...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 May 1887

fPW wv wrm KTwyTrff MlK ZOO ffi WINTER CARif OF THG CENTRAL PARK MENAGERIE IN COLD WEATHER Tlio lllaoti Under n Slind llonra Care fully Looked Aftot Frnlrlo Dogs Sen Lion nttit Wntrr rnwl Elcplinnta Cut Atilninl nml Monkey Superintendent Conklln when naked how no mnnnged his numerous family of blrtto nnd licnsts In winter snidi Hy conforming ns fnr ns posalblo with tholr various conditions when In a stnto of nature with such modifications ns nro comriollcd by the restraints of cnptivlty Somo anlmnU tlio Atnerlcnn bison for In stance wo winter In n shed open on nil sides to tho wind nhd only covered to keep off the rain mid snow This hardy niilmol would not thrlvo If kept In n wnrra atnblo Tho bears nil lmvo to bo kept In cages open to tho wind but with closo compartments for shelter to wltlch thoy can retlro when thoy fsco fit Yet strango as It may seem wo hnvo no nnlmnls that nro moro likely to tako cold nnd perish with lunr diseases than tho bears If they nro kept In n warm room 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. — 28 May 1887

VOL II citcntl atlctti0cmcMs FOR SALE 1000 POUNDS Al the lowest figtlrc of the finest quality ol GUAYA JELLY Waranted genuine made of the pttre juice only nnd guaranteed to stand HXPOBT TO ANY CLIMATE AND Will not deteriorate In quality for any number of years Larcc quantities cxjMited every year by some of the largest commercial firing of this city to different parts of the United States and the German Empire Manufactured atthc Pioncor Stcniu Qmuly Factory and Biflfory Established in i86j FHORN Practical Cunfcctioncr Pastry kCook Ornaincntcr Hotel between NiUanu nnd Fort Streets llotli Telephones No 74 1111 Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Family and Shipping Uulohor CITY MARKET Nmianii Street Corned Hccf and Pickled Tongues always on hand Celebrated Cmibrldge Sausages fresh daily Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs 1 THE ONLY PRACTICAL Watchmakei i u On ilio Islnnds is VM TUBNEtt No 82 Kln Street If ou want your watch well repaired or your clock put in ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 May 1887

r HwtWrWi SMfmmfiwfimmimriw wwvi1 wmynwyKyff jwwwrw Per annum Sl montni Tliteo month Per pionth Postage Additional jJJjJjUJjv THE DAILY HERALD tS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS rng Tim pROmiRTOti nr Til Press Puhuiiino Co LlMITKll Office Friend Uuildinp Bethel Street nut 31 s or nviisaiiiviios joo 150 XV Siibicrtpltnn littttc III Aitnturf Href communication nil parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable AH matter Intended for publication ni well as bust ntst communications and advertisements thould be adJretsed to THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY MAY 28 1887 TOO SMALL People arc often heard talking in a tone of disparagement regarding the future of these Islands taking fqr a slartinK point the proposition that there is not enough territory in the group fit for any jndustrial purpose to build up any kind of a respectable nation upon While this kind of talw is a benefit to nobody except in case of its being well founded to those whom it kcep3 from settling in the country it is mo...

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 May 1887

THRUM r i -Ml f I SUIT uvrt SODA wo iJiiHi d 1 1 1 mtiBli meirekfl THE DAILY IIERALD w ill bo for nlt I5Hy ut llm Kort street I Merehvit Mrett RrlS 1161 Street XH loo O Gnnln TrUKOAY MAY 28 1887 b veril poets wcte at large yester day The r iof is on the first section of Mr Mclncrnys block Ijclfic Hose Company will have drill this afternoon at 4130 llaseball match this afternoon be twttn the Benedicts and Honolulus I- I I - 1 Mr Frank J Higgins Ins got the tent in shape for the projected three days pedestrian match to which many of the young sports are looking forward vritli keen interest Mr Cnas Moltcno proprietor of the Kapiolant bath house went out in a row boat with his little dnughtcr last evening and was capsized in the surf but succeeded in getting safe ashore Official G A R torders relative to memorial service to morrow evening decoration ceremonies Monday after noon at the cemetery and exercises same evening in Music Hall appear In this issue Captain Rice found Mr A Her bert...

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 May 1887

SmtmtmttiitiirAiiitMMiCimmaiiJiimmmi ftONNEtt IN OLD AGft the man who was once noted for quaint advertising Developing n Gold Minn by Mm Vie of Printers Inlt Wncea rnlil to Contrib utor A Keen Crltlo In the Hnnclmn rtntl nt Home Not long ngo I saw n man crossing tljo street rallwny tracks near tlio Franklin Btatuo with tho gait of an old farmer llo woro old fashioned broadcloth with n low cut waistcoat and a turndown collar with n black tie Ills overcoat pocket waa stuffed with nowspapcra and magazines A heavy bundlo nestled under his arm Thick arctic chocs covered his feet for tho weather was wintry His hnlr and hot reminded mo of tho Into John A Logan Llko Logan ho woro his hat on tho back tf his head Tho man was well knit and his head set qulto closo to his shoulders Ho had a high forehead with fully devel oped pcrccptlvo faculties Tho oyes woro hazel and pleasant iu expression tho noso was clear and wolt cut and tho face qulto broad and placid Ho loped nlong as though lost In th...

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 May 1887

VOL II General bcdfocmcnls FOR SALE 1000 POUNDS At th lowest figure of the finast quality ol GUAVA JELLY inntctl genuine made or the pure Juice only nmt guaranteed to ttnnd EXPORT TO ANY OUMATB AND Will tM deteriorate In quality for any nnmbcr 1 var Large unntittes exported every ir hy some of the largest commetrial firms 1 ilmciiv to different parts of the United v and the German Empire Manufactured nltlic Pioneer Slcimi Candy Factory and JlaKory Established In 1863 i jtorn Im mil Confectioner Pastry fimk p Ornamenler Hotel between Nuuanu and Fort Streets Doth Telephone No 74 II II Telephone 389 MutttalTelophoncaSo Joseph Tinker 1 u nil v ami Slilppltm llitlohni CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street mcd Heef and Pickled Tongues nlwnyss n hind Celebrated Cambridge Sausugei ft h daily Dilivcrici free to any pan of city nnd iiliutbs THE ONLV PRACTICAL minakci OnilioJsliimljiJs U TUHNEM No Sj KInrr Street If you want your Match well repaired or your clock put In order vo nnd tec him SUN FIRE OFFIO...

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 May 1887

Slmr Mikahala fromKaual Slmr Ithufrom ilamakua Stmr Surprise from Kuan Stmr las Malee from Koolau Schr Canute from Luupatioehoe Schr Ileela from Koolau Schr Waleliu from Walalua Schr Kaulilua from Walmea JiS3SSiiLi2Z TUB DAILY BDBMLT 13 rUBUSHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT BUNDVYS roniiiR VnoMiiEroR by thk PftRMluiiLisiHHaUo Limited Office Friend Duildinj Bethel Street THH3IS or xvmoniiTtox lef nrtum 600 Si mnntM 300 Thrt iriilnht iS IYr month 5cti Pottage Addition rT 8ubicrlittona Iltiabfo n Iiincc llnef communittilioru all ttof the Kingdom will lwy b McrvUble All matter Intended for publication as well at bull new communication and adrertbsemenn ibould be a titrated to THE DAILY HBRALD MONDAY MAY 30 1887 A Practical Joke A jolly good fellow lodging in a cottage not a mile from the Hotel on returning to his room the other eve ning found decided evidence that somebody had been intruding His bed was occupied by dead marines wall pictures were reversed as if by an earthquake and confusion tc...

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 May 1887

yi THE DAILY HERALD vvuim lowllff iJiluOM IHRlM Fort street l slrtU Merthnt itri 1 U SODA WORKS Hotel Strut Irlon O Ooritn MONDAY MAY 30 1887 jOOALNEWS Mr s M Cnrttir nnnounCcs clsc wVri a stock of Departure Hay coal which will be filled or J r far promptly ijc of mongoose arrived by the c mirr Jclnta front llatnakua the spry I i beasts beitijj declined for a pltin tjunn on Maui -- m I he baseball match Saturday after n mri resulted in a- very decisive triumph fcr the Honolulus over tiie Ikn dirts 25 to 8 runs A shark was scon last evening swim ming toward the Pacific Navigation l nmpanys dock its dorsal fin being wsibte above water for several rods until it dived out of sight Rev J A Cruzan intimated to his f ick last night that next Sunday morn ing would be the last time he should i uipy the pulpit of Fort street Church After the communion service he would speak a few parting words to them In the evening Rev W 11 Olescn would preach the annual home mission ser mon II 11 1 The Hono...

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 May 1887

O Jfc WATT ROTS WORK THE BEGINNING OF HIS CAREER A9 A NEWSPAPER MAN A Pennlloif Kz Confoilernta Soldier in Cincinnati Ilia Flrit lotttton on n Nowipuper Col Stnrbucka Keply A Ileglnnlng nt 813 n AVccIt I arrival in Cincinnati one blustering wlnUr nlglit o ragged hungry gtrangor just out of tho rebel army I had just enough money to pay for a night lodging How woll 1 reniombor wandering about tho streets of tho city wondering what Iho next day would bring me I beltovod that I bad abil ity ai a journalist and 1 was satisfied that it I had an opportunity I could provo it I was In the act FAvoml times of entering the different morning nawspapers and applying for work but I was so down hearted that I did not havo the courage to do so I took a good slocp that night and did not get up until lata tho next day My enso was a dosporato ono and I felt that I must secure employment I never felt moro determined in my llfo I felt as It I could faco tho Etemost editor in tho land without a quiver In...

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. — 31 May 1887

n U - THE DAILY HERALD -- - - - i I J VOL II General Jftbcrtiscmcnis FOR SALE 1000 POUNDS tin lowest figure of the finest quality of GUAYA JELLY granted genuine made of the pure juice only and guaranteed to stand EXPORT TO ANY OLIMATB AND Will nnt deteriorate In quality for any numbtt f jiats luec quantities exported every 1 u Ur some of the largest commercial firm r lluj city to different parts of the United s 11 anil the German Empire Manufactured ntthc Pioneer Steam Qundy Factory and Dnkoiy Established in 1863 F HORN Immum Confectioner Iaitry Cook p Ornatncnler Motel between Nuuatut and Fort Streets Uoth Tclcphonos No 74 II II IMcplionc 89 MutualTelephone 89 Joseph Tinker Iamllv and Hlilppluu lltituhtir CITY MA1UCET Nuuanu Street urned IJeef and Tickled Tongue Mwayi nn liandt Celebrated Cambridge Sausage fresh daily Deliveries free to Rny part of city and uliutbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL YateiMi a i 01- ir On tlio Islands is WM TUIINEH No 82 Kfnjj Streets If you want your watch well re...

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. — 31 May 1887

r l r ft a piPPipWPll AnaTiiiririiiilliwMiwiiiivlMiMiuji dui THE DAILY HERALD ts runustiBD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FO 711 rKOHIBTOR 11V THE 1KKSS PtfllSlllNGCl LlMltKD t Office Friend Building Bethel Street TltltMH OlMWSClltJltOS rtrannnm - Sl montns t 3 Three month -5 1ermdnlh s oU Poslage addition ZT Suhirrlpllont InitiMe n Attrtincr Hrltf Communication all paof h HinSm Will Always be acceptable AirmalleM Intended for publication asu ell a bust n communlcallona and advertisements should I ddresed Irt THE DAiLY HEUALDr TUESDAY MAY3iTi887 WHAT NEXT The campaign against incompetence and corruption in public affairs has now reached a point where if any practical result is to be secured some thing must be done besides writing the matter up in the newspapers and talk ing about it in our places of business at our homes and on the public streets What then is the next step to be taken in a wiso attempt to secure a redress of grievances Clearly to hold a public meeting Why this has not...

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. — 31 May 1887

liiiJiiAVlirtiiirmrtiHrtiTiifil7S THE DAILY 1IBRALD lowlim XJlmlo IHRUM it snrm i V 1 U SODA WORKS JPHon O Oontn kt tint nw Fottttfet Mrhm street Haiti Street III SDAY MAY 3i 887 iooAti snorwB Fu Rcport I judge Ic Progress dd 1 Oceanic will mcit Hi evening at 730 oclock in the ilurd degree - - - - s s Australia is uxpected to day 1 m S n Frniicifljo with the Mawnic v union on board Mr Dickinson will give n lecture 1 penally for children in the Y M C Hall to morrow afternoon at 3 lork Admission for children 25 cts iblu S cts The lady collectors of St Andrews t athcdral are dasirud by the Rev Alex Mackintosh to rcport the results of their last monthly collections for the building fund by Wednesday morning Manager llnrlctt of the Hawaiian Hotel intend spreading a free lunch f substantial viands every evening in the bar The repast will include cold incuts salads etc in the best style of the hotels cookery Everything Is complete but the entries for the great walking match of three nights...

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. — 31 May 1887

to f AwSiiWMWlwwWwwitaiteMliiiil jJjfTlijiniiiiiariiil IN GUM DISTRESS PERSISTENCE AND INGENUITY OF THE PROFESSIONAL PAUPER Cftto of ft Woman with nn Invalid Ilm buml unit Three Suffering Children The Fnclnl Maudes TlioroaBhly Under Con trolA Professional TVlilne Im In great distress slrl and I really dont know whom to appeal to My husband Is lying sick In tho hospital leaving mo ttMi thrco children nt homo nnd no food to put Into their mouth The landlord says hell turn us into the street nt the ond of tho week The speaker vrna a woman of about middle age of shabby genteel appearance with wnn Trrlnklod face In which each feature seemed to vio with its neighbor In tho expression of deep seated uncompromising melancholy Tho man appealed to was standing talking to two other In front of a New York hotel and his first Inclination was to snyt Iw nothing for you but turning to do so he was struck with the evident helplessness ol tho woman as portrayed hi her nppoaranct and tho pleading ton...

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. — 1 June 1887

roL II General bcvHficmcnic m SALE 1000 POUNDS M die lowest iiguTe 01 me nncsi quality 01 GUAVA JELLY fAVatranlcd genuine made of the pure Juice only nnd guaranteed to stand BXPORTTOANYOlirMATB -AND ill not deteriorate In quality for nny ntimlicr of years Large quantities cxottcd every War by some of the largest coinnicrciil firm of this city to different part of the United and the ocrman umpire Manufactured atthc Monccr Stcmu Candy Factory mid Jinkory Established In 1863 IF HORN Practical Confectioner Pantry Cook urnamentcr Hotel between Nuuanu and Fort Streets Doth Telephones No 7 11 Telephone 389 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Family ami HhlppliiK Isutulioiv CITY MA11KET Nuuanu Street r 1 nr i fit ii 1 i ion hand 1 Celebrated Cambridge Sausages I fresh daily Deliveries free to flnv nart of citv and I suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL 1 1 JllAMKll Worn If vou Ajnt vour watch well repaired or ia 1 11 ry your clock put in oruer IO nun aec mm If T7T ZTZZ - SUN FIRE Urrlub -OF LONDON- il...

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. — 1 June 1887

I m w x si IP a S r1 ftNmoww mi r 11 Jul imm wU TnE DAILY IIEEALD tS rUULtSHKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT 8UNDAYS ri titn pROmiRTOR nv riiB ImnvluiiLitiiisaCi Iimitru1 Office Friend DuHdiripr Bethel Street 1 hums or t jtsiltjritot Ierannum tile mdntni - 3 Ihree tnhntlrt 1 15 IVrmomh jiuti IVlaje additional W Sutmcrliitloiii Iainhti In lliiifr Rrief communications all pant of the litngilom will always be acceptable All matter Intended for publication M well at ImI 11 communications and ailvetllwmenlf khoutJ be ddrevied tn TJIK DA1IV 1 IKK A lD WEDNESDAY JUNE r 887 THE QUEENS TOUR Elsewhere is Riven a full account of the reception to Queen Kapiolani at Wcllcslcy College an institution well known to the American people of ihcs Islands Appended to that report was a brief account of the reception given to the Hawaiian royal party by Gov ernor Ames of Massachusetts at his residence on Commonwealth avenue Boston A long list of notable per sons present includes men high in church state scholastic...

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. — 1 June 1887

THE DAILY HERALD Will lio for wrilo Uprilly til llu Fol v lowltm X1uooh O THRUM Port street i H SOtFR Merchant street n vr GOOA WORKS Hotel Strett Jrluo O Contn 1 1 ii ii r Mfc WEDNESDAY JUNE i 1887 LOOA4NEWS Hand concert at the Hotel to night wi man Purser Simunson of the W G Hall reports smoke still rising from the vol cano of Kilautn although no light was visible from Kau on this trip Mr Jos Vicrra owner of the cos tnoratna has opened nn ice cream par lor and confectionery store at Ililo in a new building that he put up for the purpose Engine Company No j at a special meeting last night reversed its former action by a vote of 35 to 5 adopting Pacific Hose Companys ticket Mon sarrat Aschc and Souu Special attention is directed to the sile of Rev J A Cruzans furniture by Messrs E 1 Adams Co on Saturday next It will be a fine chance to obtain house furnishing etc II I S I I Mr Williams trained his camera on the incoming San Francisco steamer with the Masonic excursion from the hark ...

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