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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 June 1887

V 5 iyBF9QimivtQf I t 4uli6 mmmgmmiam HORNID CATTLE Ifhe Horns nd Teeth n au Index of Tliclf I Abj I Tho fnct Well known is Hint tho wrinkles of tho horns aro annular rings Both males and females of tho bovine raco havo rings formed annually tho first at two years of ago and showing plainly at thrco jcars Thereafter u ring is formed annually and if two years arc added to tho number of rings tho ago may bo definitely determined up to tho ago of eight years and some times longer Alter this timo with tho ago tho rings run into each other often making it difficult to determine tho ago Hut orcn this is not an exact means of determining tho age of horned cattle Quito often tho second ring docs not appear until tho animal is livo years old Thcrcaftor tho rings aro contant As a rule tho rings aro annu lar after tho animal is thrco years old and henco tho determination of ago is mord certain by tho horn than by tho tooth slnco ofoso or gritty pastures often wear tho teeth farmoro than flush ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 June 1887

VOL II 1 - General atibcrtfocmciUo FOR SALE 1000 POUNDS At the lowest figure of the finest quality of GTJAVA JELLY Warranted genuine made of the pure juice only and guaranteed to stand EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE AND- Will not deteriorate In quality for any number of yean Large quantities exported every year by some of the largest commercial firms of this city to different parts of the United Slates and the German Empire Manufactured nttlic Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Balcory Established in 1863 f horn Practical Confectioner Pastry Cook Ornamcntcr Hotel between Nuuanu nnd Fort Streets Doth Telephones No 74 1111 TclephoneaSo Mutual Telephone 2S9 Joseph TMter Krimlly mid Blilpplnir 33itlultir CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Corned Hcef and Pickled Tongues always on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city nnd suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Y atclimala i On tho Islands is WM TUJlNEll NOTICE HAVING SECURED THE SERVICES Mr Homy Saylor He will in future atten...

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

i iiPMEMmrrriiiVingiMiiai TEE DAILY HERALD ts ruiiLisiitn EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SPNDY3 run In rRomuron by tim ltiss luiuiimoCo LIMITED Offices Friend Bulldlny Bethel Strcctji TltttMS Ol SVtfiVHtll WX ltf nnnnfu Thrw monlhk Ptr month JSt4 jo t5 Socti Pottage additional tff MHbtrrljiltoilf IMtfrtbe Mrnrr Jlnef cMrtmtmlcatioM ll ruttiof tlie Klcgd6iA kif t - rA rti11tllrtn n well At lulu nt communicallo il nnd dvetttmnl houll I5 ddrtwl to THE DAILY JiERALI THURSDAY JUNE 2 1887 THIS THING CANT LAST The above remark or its equivalent can be heard dozens of times every day by any one who will take the trou ble to move about in this community and listen to the comments on current political affairs which are freely made wherever two or more people are col lected Wc fully endorse the state ment It is perfectly and evidently trucj wc might almost say axiomatic It is not in the nature of things that the present tension of public feeling can last indefinitely or even very long Bv the laws which ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 June 1887

THE DAILY HERALD Will 1o Af nlo TJiUv ut the Fol yv lowlnu Xj1uooh Fori street THRUM p 0 i II Merchant street RYsTAt SODA WORKS Hotel Street Irloo K Oontn rHURSDAY JUNE 2 1887 0 S mnn ofwnr Adairis is expected here shortly Mr Cruzans furniture will be on mcw tomorrow Ihe Australia will sail far S111 Fran cisco on Tuesday next 11 ip - m Mr Edwin W Holdswortli and Miss Edith Purvis were lately married 111 Paris The Chinese driver of a butchers cart was arrested yesterday for fast driving and a native soldier for drunk enness Mr llarrold M Sew ell a passenger b the Australia is United Stales Con sul to Samoa on his way to assume the duties of that oflicc Applications lor foreign money orders per steamer Alameda will close at the Post Office today at four oclock The Hawaiian Agricultural Company declares a dividend of two dollars a share payable at the office of Messrs C Urewcr Co Captain II W Mist R N will dis cuss the Revised Version of the New testament and why it is a failure bclorc...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 June 1887

K Hie NcW Postal Card Tho now design will nt onco bo accepted m an Improvement upon that now In use It consists of ono pleco of engraving instead of two pieces ns on tlio present card Ahead of Jefferson a miniature portrait after tho original in tho state department occupies a central placo oil tho upper third of tho card Over this head in light letters are tho words United Btatcs In panels supported by scroll work at tho left and right are the words postal card In distinct letters Un der tho head nro tho words ono cent and beneath tho border lino inclosing tho designa tion of valuo is tho lino Nothing but tho address to bo on this side Tho design is graceful and light nnd its advantago over tho old ono Is that the idea of putting tho stamp olt nt ono sldo and tho designation of tho artlelo nt tho opposite sldo is aban doned to Kctire on cxclusUo design With tho strongest feature of it in tho center Washington Oor New York Tunes One Wfty to Strengthen tho Market Every day in tho mnr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 June 1887

VOL IL General 5Ubcclfocmcttto LBKERR Merchant Tailor 1 GrrrliimC Rtiool I tin just rccclii from England a large selection of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals mid Fancy TrousoringB Comprising the largest stock ever opencil out in Honolulu all personally elected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin A Cutter well nnd favorably known on the Pacific CmU and In the Eastern State hat been engtged and the finest work In the city will be produced at reasonable rates Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II 1 Co No 4 P O Ilox 306 1111 Telephone 389 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Viiiutly uiut Slilpplntc Butohm OlTI MARKET Nuuanu Street Corncil IJcf nnd Pickled Tongues always on hand Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free to any patt of city nnd suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Entt Watclimakor On tho Islands is- VM TUKNErt No 82 Klnjr Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put in order po nnu cc nun SUN FIRE OFF...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 June 1887

MmaMmm THE DAILY KEMLD r is published EVERY MORNING nXCEPT SUtf DYS ntR TH PKOHltRTOR V TH lRBM PUHtSHIKOCo Limited Office Friend Building Bethel Street i units oif ktinsaiti vrtos Per annum Sii montm J 00 htti month S hf month SotU IVtagc ndJIllonaL tV Ntibterlpttott lninbte In Aiteancc Itrief eommumcatiom Ml rtti ef die Kingdom will lwiyi l ncctpUMe All muttert Intended for publication M well m bI ncommunlcalim and ndrertlwnwntt ihould Ve ddressed to THE DAILY HEllALD FRIDAY JUNE 3 MIDSUMMER MADNESS Are the King and his advisers mad Is the preliminary sign of destruction already manifest in this case It would certainly seem so The action of the Government in opening packages by the Australia in search of arms and anv munition and the seizure of two lots of such goods is one of those pieces of utter and unadulterated stupidity in the performance of which Hawaiian officials have attained an undisputed prc cmtncncc It is the act of men who show clearly thereby that they have the disp...

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

I i lurrn vqyp ifWi WW 1RIDAY JUNE 3 18S7 ikUKir m wi T THE DAILY HERALD evtll bo An wnlo Ditlly ul llui ir v lowlntc 1j1uoohj r THRUM Fort sireet Merchant street pAsTAl SODA WOHKS Hotel Street Jrloo O Oontn - UOOAX JST3SYS South Sea Islanders who have com pleted their labor contracts nrc again a mineable feature in the cosmopolitan population of Honolulu Rev 15 C Ofegel announces in the Intnd that as he sails for the United states on the Australia the Rev S 15 JJishop will assume the editorship of that periodical beginning with the July number Mr Dickinson will give another exhibition for children Saturday morn ing at ten oclock when beautiful views nf Florence Rome lisn Venire nml ih ir art treasurer will be given Ad mission to young or old 25 cents Mr Goldberg is opening out a splen did stock of gentlemens furnishing giods hats and tics being in great variety and a fine lot of jewelry direct from Eastern manufactories Particu lars will be announced in this paper as soon as the go...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 June 1887

Benson j n Sm USXiiiamtiZSSimiiui A Sanitising Cult Dickons hits bcon much crUleUM for nls npparent acceptance of tho fact of human spontaneous combustloni hut BIr W Gull latoly testified to n HurprlsliiR caso before tho commlttco ot the house of lords on lntcmpcrnnco A largo bloated mun who was suffering from difficulty of breathing nnd groat distension of tho vonous system died nt Guys hospital At tho post mortem of tho following day there was no sign of decomposition nnd tho body was believed to bo distended with gas When puncturos woromado into tho skin said Sir William and n lighted ruatch nppllod the gas which wcapod burned with tho ordinary Homo of carburottcd hydrogon As mony as a dozen of theso small flames wcro burning at tho snmo tlmo Medical Journal Vnltto of Punctuality An eminent Philadelphia jurist died tht other day and among other bequosts gn to his grand son a gold watch with Mil Instruction Whenever ho looks at tlir watch ho will remember tho necessity o being n c...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 June 1887

VOL II MhWii l U General uutrltecmcnta L B KERR Merchant Tailor Si7 Morohimt AU oot i just received from England n large ilunuf FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings t mpmlnc the largest stock ever opened out 11 Honolulu all personally selected ly Mr K t when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin titter well And favorably known on the lj Hit Coast and In the Intern Slate hot 1 n engaged and the finest work In the city will I produced nt reasonable raid Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others T 1 phone It ll Co No 4 1 0 Ilox 306 II 1 Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker I 111llv mul Shipping Uutohor CITY MA11KET Nuuanu Street t orncd Ucef and Pickled Tongue always m hand 1 Celebrated Cambridge Sausages lit 1 daily I liveries free to any part of city and jfmibs THE ONLV PRACTICAL filliFl Yatcm I On tlio Islands is WM TUKNEtt If you want your watch well repaired or jur ciock put in orucr ro ami ice mm SUN FIRE OFFICE -OK LONDON- Kstabliahod ...

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. — 4 June 1887

TEE DAILY HERALD ts rUllLlSIIKO EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS f til PHOMUKTOR BV Tlt IkR PuM1IHMOCo Limits d OTice Friend Dulldlng Bethel StreelJ Per unmim lit montM 1111111a Or NViisoiiiiTjnx v 6txr 300 Thfe mnnthj tS Prffndnth Sn PotUga piMltiohnl fr NtibicrlpltoiM Vaiinbe In lilriir Utirf eommuniCitfoM m all part of Ihe Kingdom will lwyi be acceptable All mirt lnnl1 for mibliffttfon n well at bmt new communlcalioni and ndrcrtlwrnenls thould be aareseu in THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY JUNE 4 1887 A DAD BEGINNING It is an Instructive commentary upon the cause represented by the Advertiser and the character of the men at its back that it cannot issut even the first number as a Government organ without resorting to misrepre sentation and that of a kind so glaring as to be apparent at a glance to any one familiar with the importing and jobbing trade of Honolulu In the course of an article on the seizure of goods belonging to J T Watcrhousc and E 0 Hall Son the organ re marks Peaceful trade...

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. — 4 June 1887

f IE DAILY HERALD Will bo fv pfll Tnliy at tho loWlllK XMttOCB T 0 THRUM Fort street H SOrER i Merchant Mrect tRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street JPrloo O Contn rr SATURDAY JUNE 4 1887 LOCALNEWS OirNavy tttkea stfeond voyage to night on the operatic ien Illustrtcd lecture for children of all n 1 s by Mr Dickinson Y M C A lull ten this mdrning - - t I 11 1 he Quintet Club gave a delightful t mcrrt tf Hawaiian music at the Hotel last evening Mr McLean purser of the Alame da has the thanks of tho IlnKAU for ustralian and New Zealand files Miss Swift daughter of the captain was a passenger from San Francisco by the w 11 jjimonu The mail by the S S Alameda will close nt 10130 this morning the stea mer sailing at t noon for San CISCO gentleman who docs not wish his nunc to appear in print has presented the Library Association with about fifty volumes The adjourned annual meeting of the Hawaiian Mission Childrens so ciety will beheld this evening in the parlors of Fort street Church iii Ikforc...

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. — 4 June 1887

i r General bbcrliscmcntjcs FIREWORKS QUEENS JUBILEE FOURTH OF JULY 1867 ALL COLORED FIREWORKS Of Eastern Manufacture Just Received In Fine Condition Enquire of 0 W Macfarlane At G W Macfailanc Co BOATS FOR SALE Three Whale Uoats One decked Whale ltoat 30 feet long 3 feet deep 8 feet wide Two 22 feet Surf Boats One 18 fct Surf Hoat One decked Plunger 16 feet long 6 feet 6 inches wide 2 feet 6 Inches deep with mast and sails One 22 feet Sailing Scow decked with mast and sails E R RYAN lloal Uulldcr and General Jobber HEW GOODS RECEIVED Ex Scottish Lassio FOR SALE 1IY J T Waterhouse Galvaniicd Fence Wire 4 5 and 6 Galvanized Fence Staples Iluhbacks White Lead Ilubbacks Red Lead iluhbacks White Zinc Paints ilubbacks Dolled and Kaw Linseed Oil Galvanized Corrugated Iron Roofing 6 7 8 9 and 10 feet Plain Gahanlzcd Iron Ridge Capping etc etc Imperial Sperm Candles Door Mats assorted Ilrustcls Hassocks Seaming Twine 3 and 4 ply ASSORTMENT OF CROCKERYWARE Galvanized Iron Tubs and Duckets Sa...

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. — 6 June 1887

VOL II Central 3tobcrttocmcnt0 LBKERR Merchant Tailor C7Moroliant Stroot Has jut received from England a large dilcction of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings Comprising the largest stock ever opened out in lonolulUi all personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin A Culler well And favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern States has been engaged and the finest work In the city will be produced at reasonable rates t Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Co No 4 l 0 Jlox 306 1111 Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 189 Joseph Tinker Family nnd SHIppliHl Butohor CITY MABKBT Paiitlieon PRIVATE IIAGK STAND Corner Fort and Hotel Streets Honolulu -TELEPHONE 34- Have now a well organized reliable class of uriveri Tlie carriages itorscs etc nave been much Improved and are in condition to do good service Orders will be promptly attended to in a satisfactory manner S I SHAW Manager c j McCarthy HAS 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. — 6 June 1887

w kf mmmimmmmmwm THE DAILY HERALD tS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT BUNDAYS ran Tim Pmjmueto V tub Tresi PJLlJMleCo ttlHITKO Office Friend Building Bethel Street TlUtMH OF SVJISCthlTJOX Perannam J 00 Sit month 3- Three months Per month S Pottage additional PT Hiibtcrtpttont laiabte M Attranec Ibief communication all parts of lh Kingdom will alwajra be acceptable All mitten Intended for publication iu welt ai bust new communication and advertisement ihould 1 ddreuedto THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY JUNE 6 1887 The Amateur Minstrels Again the Opera House was filled in every part on Saturday night at the complimentary benefit by the Amateur Minstrels to Mr W G Armstrong Thq singing and jesting Were uncom monly good with the exception that one or two of the singers were a trifle hoarse Several numbers were encored Mr Armstrong brought down the house willi a local song that was very clever but a shade too personal The finale of this part Telephone was an ingenious novelty giving oppor tunity fo...

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. — 6 June 1887

THE DAILt IrEUALB Will ho Ar wlo TJiitly t tho lol riiutrf U irort itreet cilMerchant lteel i it eOlER i rsTAL SODA WORKS HoUl Street Jrloo ti Oonto MONDAY JUNE 6 1S87 ahmmmmmmmmmmimmm XjOOAXJSrElAVS of Kauai is1 i Sheriff Wilcox in town Ilic lust was Intolerable last two days b S Australia sails for San Francisco at noon to morrow Mr W McCandlcss Fish Market has a cottage to let at lalama Captain Armstrong late of the bark Kalakaua is ready to pay Ins personal debts through Messrs J E ttrown C Eight Japanese were arrested for gambling last night They went to the btation very peaceably with only three officers Rev J A Cruzan took brief but impressive farewell of Iort strcct liurch congregation after communion yesterday morning Chief Engineer Wilson gave a luau to the firemen at the Bell Tower after drill Saturday evening The time last cd till half past ten The King having expressed a desire to meet the Earl and Countess of Aberdeen they called on His Majesty at lolani Palace Saturda...

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. — 6 June 1887

DUKE DE MORNYS WILD DAUGHTER Spoiled and Tatted llejrond Measure A Steeplechase After lleanure Bophto Mathilda Adolo Marquis do llol bouf Is not quite twenty three years of ago Those who expoet to find in this grand daughter of a queen and daughtor of a princess any of the haughty craoe tho so vera reticence tho strict attention to tho rule of hlgb breodlng and otlquotto that ono naturally anoitatos with ones idons of royal or Imperial blood havo only to look at her portrait as published by Dintu to find thcmselvos undeceived A small lion covorcd with short chestnut curls llko thoeo of a boy irregular and saucy featuros an arm planted akimbo on ono hip a soft felt hat In tho other hand a gooso hoad urn brolla leaning against a chair as accessory to the plcturo nil go to mako up a typo vory different from tho imagined reality Tho bar slnlstor on her oncutcheon tracod there by hor patornal grandmothor seems to lmvo ozorclsed a baloful influenco over hor life 8bo has been spollod and p...

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. — 7 June 1887

W vol n ISll t it General JtbuertfoTinchts L B KERR Morcluiiit Tailor C7 Movoliimt fitrojl Ha Jut received from England a large lie Ion of FINE GOODS Sailings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings unpihing the largest stock ever opened out in Honolulu nil personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Sir 1 Spencer Martin Mutter well nnil favorably known on the i i ii t ciai and In the Eastern Slates lias li n engaged and the finest work In the city will be produced at rofisinabHrilcs Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone H 1 Co No 4 1 0 llox 30O 11 II Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Family utnj Hhlppln Uutolior CITY MAKKET Nuuanu Street Corned Ilectand Pickled Tongues always on hand 1 Celebrated Cambridge Sausage fresh dally Deliveries free lo any part of city and suburbs i THE ONLY PRACTICAL t 1 On tho Islands is WM TUMKil No 82 Klnr Street If you want your watch well repaired or Viur clock put In order po and see him SUN FIRE OFFIC...

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. — 7 June 1887

r t THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS M TM POfRlltT6K Y TltK PSS rULIHlNdCo ft XKH imith1 OfficerFnend Buildlflgf Bethel Street jiiythni ij jJ t rnitJis ovsviscitiiTjnx Per wimim tfJ V I si I J Three ItionA i AI t5 PrJKh - lr Sl Pinupi ncldilional I HttUcrtpllon VayaW tn Attrantr rtrif communication all jorti of the Kingdom will alway be acceptable All mailer intended for publication as well at buji tiw communication and adertlmenti ttiouM be ddtuted tn THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY JUNE 1887 Police Court There were eleven fines and for feitures for drunkenness yesterday A Chinaman and a native woman were fined respectively ji and ti for adultery Ah Gum wai fined jio lr Sabbath breaking A Gumpher was remanded on a charge of harkpring deserting sailors Henry Moore wns retufneu to Kauai to be tried for desert ing contract service Vm Paalua for carrying liquor for sale and J Haawi naaupo selling liquor without a license wcrcbothi remanded Manuel Garcia was fined 6 f...

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. — 7 June 1887

THE DAILY IIEMLD ill l ftJ I T Hlly Ht tliu Kol N lowlnu 1 Miuiom 11IHUM Fort meet it sOlhR Merchant street rI SODA WORKS Mttotrl Street irlun a Oentn rUlSDAY JUNE 7 1887 LOCAL jsnffws Mr Levey sols 200 bales choice iilornU hiy at uotin itidiy I leoplrs Ice Cuiipany declare anolhtr moiitlily dividend payable to rn trow policeman sleeping on Fort street luirc steps the nther morning could In heard snoring some distance up iUrttanu street Ihe I1braid was wrongly Informed when it said the new French consul lud arrived Mr 1eer wll not leave before his successor comes I The bull given by the Honolulu fra ternity t the visiting California Masons last evening at the R yd Hawaiian Hotel ws an exccudingly brilliant and p otsant event Mr Gideon West President of the Hawaiian C rriage Co on retiring o n the pontion f iMnuagcr wninh he licit as wo I was presented with a handsome gold watch suitiby inscribed In the crp rti n and its principal miployccs On Thursday next Messrs E 1 Aiatns C will s...

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