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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 7 June 1887

kHttUUjAlMiMKMA iwM - Benson MMfHifli Snl i Trir ir TlfTf it titi iilliinninii SciMVba liVcmtiUtfv A Ui KEY GOODS i t HORotyiuu J n Lii f i y Ex Scottish Lassie JT FOR SALE BV Galvaniied Fence Wire 4 S mI 6 Galvanbed Fence Staples Hubbacks White Lead Hubbacks Red Lead Ilubnaek White Zinc Paints J Hubbacks Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil Galvaniied Corrugated Iron Roofing 0 7 8 and 10 feet Plain Galvanised Iron Ridge Capping etc etc Imperial Sperm Candles Door Mats assorted llrussels Hassocks Seaming Twine 3 and 4 fIy ASSORTMENT OHROCKERYWARF Galvaniied Iron Tubs and lluckcU Saucepans Tea Kettles istc A eood assortment of Floor Cloth In assort ed widths from 3 feet to 18 feet wide Single Double and Children Iron Weds A full assortment or Galvanized Iron ripe Anchor assorted weights Short Link Cables Jf Jf t and ltf inch Roofing Slates California I XT Lime Portland Cement etc etc etc FIREWORKS QUWSJOpiLEB AMUtltHOFJULY j0HHIji at- i1SS7 M rMr ALlCOL0RED ll Of Eastern Manufacture JusfRecclv...

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. — 8 June 1887

vOL General oucttlscmcnts L B KERR Merchant Tailor 7 MiM ohimt fit root Has just received limn England a large Itll inltof VINE GOODS SuilingB Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings f miprislng lie largest slock cvci opened out in Honolulu all personally iclectcil ly Mr Kerr when abroad Mr Spencer Martin V Culler well and favorably known on the Picific Coast and in the Eastern Slates ha lufii engaged and the finMt work In the eily will he produced nf tcrtionahlc rates Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Stic to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Co No 4 P 0 llox 306 1111 TclcphoncaSj Mutual Telephone 289 Trvnvivh HP mlrvi OVU Jll JLJL1JL1U71 On tlio Isliinds is WM TUltNBtt Pantheon J Family him Hliljrln Butolior CITY MAEICET Nuuanu Street Corned llccf and Tickled Tongue always on hand 1 Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh daily Deliveries free to any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL w wm F No 82 Klnff Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put in oruer ...

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. — 8 June 1887

vfiWPWHVilWP tjnzriwviwffr vMaMMIaUfiatk THE DAILY MRALD is published EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS TO tHK FfOFMIITOR BY Tit I POM HMINoCq Limited Office Friend Buildinp Detnel Street 1 Kit us or ttJiSCfTiii in JVr annuto Sit montM Tut roMith Ptrtiionth IJo JflCti lmOge additional tf Sitlnrrljitloni Vni nbr in ffrSyiiid Hnf communitiont ill part of the KtngJom will alwajpi le acceptable All mattert Intended for puMlcallon M ell M liul n communications and ndverllxment tliould 1 ilJrnied to THE DAILY HRKALD WEDNESDAY JUNIi 8 1887 STRAWS Among other evil tendencies of the present administration one of the most serious is the palpable disposition of oir rul rs to ncrvert ju tc Tie party to an insurance case in the Supreme Court freely admits that he has introduced foreign goods into the country without paying the lawful du tics at the Custom House yet no move is made by the Attorney General as public prosecutor to enter on action against the offender for smuggling Two distinct breaches ...

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. — 8 June 1887

rt SOPA W0KK9 THE DAILY HERALD 11 ho All I 15llV l t UIRUM Fori alreet Merchant tired Hotel Street Prion a Coiitn WLDNESDAY JUNE 8 1887 IOOALKEWB 1 1 y losrt loll irt tl e Atisimliis U cvin ol CirtrfdgfS Cise in the p ia Court loily Mr Ryan odds a 12 ton lighter to In hi of boat for sale g 1 1 1 1 r 1 111 1 V iniil cxtmiiiation of Kuwaialiuo nt K iwaahrto Church 130 0 Jay 1 lii re will be n lilqcttn of tin HetiK 1 Union S thbntli Stli ml teachers after the prayer iieeting this evening Hon A S Olegliorn Colli clor dencral uf Customs it is recorded with n gut is confined Ins house by ill nis Cul M IlviiniSon is twice thnnkrd f r two parct U of liasttrn and S nlhern pipers sent to lliu office since irriv 1 f 1 st mail Luil wceily priyer and praise limiting at the Lyceum this 1 vtnimj t lulf past seven ucock Subjett The I- rst Martyr 1he ste nner K nm will sail on her 1 ratio trip Monday next haul g inure tlun enough excursionists honk ed for her whole accommodation Besides disposing 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. — 8 June 1887

B P B m - JfcumiHagSnii Benson Smith I illlU MW III II I Hi tifelUfttl TLLlbCffiSCMKlttC NEW GOODS RECEIVED- Ex Scottish Lassie FOR SALE 11V JTWaterhouse Galvankctl Fence Wlic 4 5 nJ 6 Galvanucd Fenee Staple Hubback White Lead Hubbacks Ued Lead Hubbacks While Zinc Taints Hubback boiled and Raw Linseed Oil GaWanhed Cotrugated Iron RoofinR G 7 8 9 and 10 feel Plain Galvanized Iron Ridge Capping etc etc Impctlal Sperm Cnndle Door Mats assorted Brussels Hassocks Seaming Twine 3 and 4 ply ASSORTMENT OF CROCKERYWARH Galvanized Iron Tubs and Iluckcls Saucepans Tea Kettles Etc A cood assortment of Floor Cloth in assort ed widths from 3 feel to 18 feet wide Single Double and Child rcn Iron llcds A full assortment of Galvanized Iron lipe Anchor assorted v eights Short Link Cables H fa I and 1 Inch Roofing Slates California I X L Lime Iortland Cement etc etc etc FIREWORKS QUEENS JUBILEE FOURTH OP JULY 1887 ALL COLORED FIRE Of Eastern Manufacture Just Received In Fine Condition Enquire of C Mac...

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. — 9 June 1887

VOL II Scncnil JftbcrttscmciUs LBKERR Merchant Tailor SlTMorohiml Rtroot lias Just received from England a large election of FINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings miprhlnc the largest stock ever opened out hi Honolulu nil personally selected ly Mr Kerr wlicn abroad Mr J Spencer Martin futtcr well and favorably known on tlie 1iiific Con and Inllie Eastern Slain hn li i n engaged nml the finetl work In the city will lie produced at reasonable rato Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Co No 4 I 0 Ilox 30G 1111 Telephone 28fj Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Turner KituillV anil ShlpiiltiK Hutohor CITY 1IJ01KET Nuuanu Street Corned lleef and Pickled Tongues always on hand 1 Celebrated tamoriiige aiuagcs fresh dally Deliveries frceto any part of city and suburbs THE ONLV PRACTICAL I Mil On tho islands is WMTUKNEK No 82 KInp Street If you want your watch well repaired or your ciock pui in otticr r aou - SUN FIRE OFFICE -OF Kstnblis...

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. — 9 June 1887

THE DAILY HERALD IS MULISH lit EVERY MORN 1NG EXCEPT SUNDAYS r TMK rBOMtKTOR tit TltK IRB IlfUIMIIHOCo iMimnl t omcc Friend Building Dctncl Street Thfc TtrnidRll iKiuii or wnsOHifiiflX ltei5r menjM t J600 ioo 15 jocts 1 Wage julilIlionM 3- SnfCfljon VnunUe In Jrlriinrr ltnfcoiimunicaiotn ail trM f lhe Kingdom will lwy I All imi Intended for miUiCAtion M well communications nd ttdvettlnitil lioulJ I ddrttwd In -THE DAILY IIBKA1D THURSDAY JUNE 9 1887 LIIIELLING A KING A Reutcrs telegram from Bucharest dated Awit 22nd says The trial of M Pnno editor of the Opposition journal ZA who was prosecuted by the Government for bav in recently published a violently worded article entitled The Danger ous Man1 in which the King of Rou mania was described as an egotistical wiintiirrr nnd denounced as the enemy of the country took place here to day The jury returned n verdict of guilty and the accused was sciucnccu by default to two years imprisonment and a fine of 5ooof From the above item taken fr...

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. — 9 June 1887

On Ihlj Important now jdin1 J Muupm TT TUB DAILY HERALD v ill ho nr milo i my t in l l lovvmir r i it HlKUM tWt iin rt mPEK m Mftcfisnt tifwt I I sOtA WORKS MotM StiMt Prion O OftntH 1HURSDAV JUNE 9 1887 IOOAXJSTKWS t ncxti proclaimed a public i IiIj a- tlic birllitlny of h lic null taken by thtj slejiiier Auiralui comprised 3023 letters and 803 papers j 1 tat I HHHtim s ealandii will be due from yii liaiictsro tnmurrow with nine js later news mill for Silt Francisco by the c i pjr bauentine V 11 Dimond will close at 1 1 n 111 to day n mm f rristi are being made right and left for violations of Hoard of Wealth rule No 7 against keeping pig in the city 1 11 se in a position to know say that tin suiiir rrop now nculy catnured ml Mil much below that of last year I ur are 18 pastors 15 delegate an I 10 iiicmlv rs tx officio in attend anu nt the Hawaiian Evangelical n annual conference Mtinbers of the C ithoiic Orphans Sxitt will have u meeting at the Cmvout this ufteriuon nt 2 oclock wl...

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. — 9 June 1887

I I I pi Wl imiMBflWIIUUWWI WilMiWBOWJtTIWIWWWIlWWl General tfiuciTiscmcnts NEW GOODS RECEIVED lx Scottish Lassie IOR sLi uv JTWaterhouse Galvanised Fence Wire 4 5 flml - Galvanised Pence Staples Hubbacks White Lead Hublxtckt Red Lead Hubbacks White Zinc Paints Hubbacks Rolled And Raw Linseed Oil Galvanised Corrugated lion Roofing 0 7 8 9 and 10 feet Plain Galvanlred Iron Ridge Capping etc etc Imperial Sperm Candles Door Mats aortwl ItrttsseU HaMOcks Seaming Twine 3 and 4 ply ASSORTMENT OF CROCKBRYWABB Galvanized Iron Tub and Huekets Saucepans Tea Kettles lite A good assortment of Floor Cloth in assort- Si widths from 3 feet to IS feet wide Single Double and Childrens Iron Reds A full assortment of Gahanlted Iron Pipe Anchors assorted weights Short Link Cables H tt t and itf Intli Roofing Slalft Californii I X L Lime Portland Cement elr tic etc FIREWORKS QITBBNS JUBIliBB FOUltTIlOPJULY -13 o i 211 j j J MiiA A 1 1V Of Rastcrn Manufacture Just Received- In Fine Condition Uivniiro of ...

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. — 10 June 1887

VOL II l General ViibcrtlscmcutD L B KERR Merchant Tailor BTMorolmnt ftlront Has Just rccclvctl from England a largo Jecilon of PINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals mid Fancy TrousoringB Comprising the Largest Uek ever opened out in Honolulu nil personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin tatter well nnil favorably known on the n ilic Coast anil In the Eastern Slates has Invin engaged aniLthc Illicit work In the city will be produced nt reasonable rate Cloth of Various Kinds and Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II U Co No 4 P 0 llox 30O 1111 Tclephonca8o MulualTelcphoncaSo Joseph Tinker Iftsmlly anil UhlppltiK Hutohor CITY MARKET Wuuanu Street Corned IJccf and Pickled Tongues always on handt Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free Jto any part of city and Suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL l IffllSli Watclimakci i tl On tho Islands is WM TURNER No 82 Kin Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock put lit oriier po anu sec mm S...

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. — 10 June 1887

S ft ija jnill W Sulmrtljllloin InilAktt In Ailcanef TiritT enmimmMMie all inf Hie KtftjJon will always be fteecpuMc Ml mitten Intmded fa puUtcAtton M wtll mW cmmnlllenJ imiJ dmtleintfil liotjld l dJrnnctl to TUB DAILY IIPKALD J FRIDAY JUNE io 1887 THE ROYAL TOUR In the San- Francisco Bulletin of May 25th brought by the barkentine Dscovcry is found the following des- patohtiS v New York Mny 25 Tlic Star says Jljar Kaniolnnis objrcl in visiting itwpclfs to secure llritlsh capital for a stcauiship line between Loiiilon and Honolulu and to arrange the uilliculty about the Hawaiian bonds negotiated u ycar ngo Referring to the Quccm tftur tonight Claus Sprcckcls who sails on thfalSaalethis morning for Europe to complete atrangements for the ship ineiiKofimaehihcry to California for a Vbttool factory said The Queens expensive tour will make trouble and hcrlfliuMuKill nm stand it The only way to make a kanaka behave himself is totand over him with a club The Ufflled States must have Hawaii...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 June 1887

infi rtMiniii in ViiiiiiniLj THE DAILY HERALD Will o fl1 nto Dully tl lOWllllt lJlHOOH in r o riiRUM rtttri I If -Merchant sttert HVSTAt SODA WORKS HoM Rtieei XJiIoo D ObntM 1 RIDAY JUNE io 1887 jooax jsrasws hcvnfiy lalor WwJkliyf the Zca ndit due tHlay Mr T llnrn will furnMi refresh tin nts at the Park at stdre puce The steamer VH Hall is expooicil friin llnwaii nhtl Maui early this morning ll was a French brl Allero that the Hitish warship 0l wis looking after in tl e New Hebrides Clus Hall waidriviiifthis hack yester day not seeming the worsu for his ad venture of the night before The Pantheon Stables will run four i 1 hand busses to and from Kjpiolani Park tody for fifty cent each way The Chinese theatre was illumintcd ojtside and inside last night on the occasion of a Ii ila perforinjnre di ruled by the Hawaiian dandy The ballist littely put on the ws laid slovenly never rolled and ii rapid y beirii pulverized into fine dust tint will Mow in clouds in dry weather iind make mud...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 June 1887

rfc 3 AJ 3 TP A ffiW SOUTItiMlSMg EXAMPLES OF QUAINT SAYINGS IN GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA rccntlnrlttci of Pronunciation Hold by the Southern Teopl n n Cliu The Word Funny Uaert with Startling Kf rcr To Get to Go Example Borne yoar ago Richard Grant IVhtU wroto a delightfully Interesting Look on Arnerlrnnlsras Ho inlght well hare Ulyidod tho ubceU Into two partei Ynnkoelnm and BOUthomUmi Absolute correctness Id pronunciation or In tho formation of sen tences U a most difficult accomplishment and fow thore bo either north or south who hare reached such a degrco Sf porfoo tloi that no oxccptlon can ho taken by carping critics to their utterances In th matter of pronunciation tho tlmoi nrt changing and one can scarcely koup pace with the Innovations being Introduced by the leading ortheoplsts The purpose of this paper Is howovor to present In a succinct way a few of the qualntncssos of pronunciation and construc tion held by the soutborn people as a class Among three the first that co...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 June 1887

VOL II general Albcrtiocmcnts A A v -- L B KERR Merchant Tailor 1 C7 Muroluml filrool Has Just received from England a large selection of PINE GOODS Suitings Diagonals and Fancy Trouserings Comprising the largest tock ever opened out lit Honolulu nil personally selected by Mr Kerr when abroad Mr Spencer Martin A Cutter well and favorably known on the Pacific Coast and In the Eastern States has been engaged and the finqst work In the city will he produced at reasonable rate Cloth of Various Kinds rind Trimmings for Sale to the Trade and Others Telephone II II Co No 4 l 0 llox 306 II II Telephone 289 Mutual Telephone 289 Joseph Tinker Vriiully mul 8iii1lK 33ulohor CITY MABKET Nuuanu Street Corned Decf and Tickled Tongue always on handj Celebrated Canduldge Sausage Ircih dally Deliveries freeto any part of city and suburbs THE ONLY PRACTICAL Enjrlish j - f r - Watchmakc A ti On the iBlumlB is AYM TUllNEtt Pantheon r No 82 Klnp Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clock p...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 June 1887

Per annum Sit montntit TlirM monttii rf month TEE DAILY HERALD jsrudusTTed e vjaiftf Wbftii n g rontmr ProriuitTon air tii Pans ruMJiMKOCt Limited Office Friend Quitting Betnel StrcetJ riiiuts or svnsortJii ivx joo 150 JdCtl Pottage nJJiionl tiT Sitiiifrltlta ratable n frmire Ilntf communication m 11 parti of the Kingdom will ntwayi be acceptable All matter Intended for publication s well lu bujt n communication nd adrtitlwmenti thonld w llmed tft THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY JUNE u 1887 SLOPPING OVER Mr Gibson in his newspaper slops over with gushing congratulation to the Kingdom on what he deems the pro found respect entertained for it on the natt ol the crcat nations of the earth His grounds appear to be the ordinary diplomatic and qfficial courtesy tend ered representatives of this country at foreign capitals together with the florid compositions in which kings and presidents tender congratulation or commiseration as occasion may re quire to the Hawaiian monarch The Premiers gush i...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 June 1887

Ci yit - Ttit i THE DAILY HERALD TVlll ho tor n Dully ut Um Ifoi lowluu XMuuew r 0 THRUM Fort street l If SOPEK Merchant tireet KVsrAI SODA WORKS Hotel Stteet Xrloo O Cents SATURDAY JUNE n 1S87 LOOALNEW8 The race9 at the Park to day wilt be gin at ten oclock There arc seven or eight events on the programme Mr Thos E Evans was unanimously acquitted of manslaughter by the Wai luku jury after a few minutes consulta tion A key found at the dining table under the grand stand can be had from Mr 1 Horn by the owner on paying for this notice All the commissioned officers of the Honolulu Rifles have been taken into the Officers Jockey Club an ormy organization under the patruTagc of the King R member the union picnir of Iktlicl Union and Fort street Sunday schools on the grounds of lr C M Cooke Hcretania street beginning at half past ten this morning A letter was received here yesterday A r a gentleman on Kauai stamped as having been missent to Yokohama The missive crossed the Pacific three ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 June 1887

t f A togJlUliilVilil mounds 6P trie NORf Hwef A New Series Discovered Along ttte Pern ljln Hirer Interesting Specimens A itcent dispatch front Montreal said ttiat tift scientific nion of Canada Intended to ask the government to defray tbo cot of making a thorough exploration of the mounds In th Canadian northwest Over flttr of theso interesting remain of an an cient race liavo thus far been discovered chiefly alone the Rainy Red and remblna rivers in Manitoba and tho northwest ter ritory It vras thought until last year that Winnipeg vras the northern limit ot the mound butldors Later discoveries how ovtr brought to light a new series of mounds along the remblna river far west and ICO miles north of Wlnnlpog and it is very probable that other work of the mound builders mill bo found still furthor north along the streams that have their rise In the foot hills of the Rooky mountains Bituatod in the midst of these cemeteries fortification and lookout of tho ancisut aborigines the Histo...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 June 1887

VOL II mmMmm Central uucilfocmcnto LBKERR Merchant Tailor t C7Strolnnt ftlronl i just received from England a large ME GOODS Suitings Diagonals mid Fancy Trouserings iinnilinr tlic largest Mock ever opened out n Honolulu all personally selected by Mr Kr when abroad Mr J Spencer Martin a r iiir writ ami favorably known on the Iariftc Coast And In the Eastern State lint turn engages aim me uncsi worn in inc wiy mil be produced at reasonable rates 1111 Telephone 389 Mutual Telephone a8 tlUOUIJll XJUUVOl Wlisi UllwatUIl Pantheon THE Cloth of Various KInda and Trimmings for Sate to the Trade and Others Tiltphone H II Co No P 0 II0X306 Viimliy urnl Shlmslrm Bulohor CITY MARKET Nuuanu Street Cornell Beef nnd Tickled Tongues always on handi Celebrated Cambridge Sausages fresh dally Deliveries free to any part of city and Suburbs THE ONLY- PRACTICAL Watchr nakci On tho Islands iH 1 WM TURNER No 83 Kins Street If you want your watch well repaired or your clwk put in order po and see him SUN F...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 June 1887

i K j TEB DAILY HEMLD IS PUMiSIIKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS r Ik TIIX PftorRtKTOK Bf Tll 1llliSSPutllSIIINtjCo1 tlMITM Office Friend Hulldinrr Bctnel Street i ii ti i ft l i 111ms of ittmiiritHTJns Per annum Six nwnlfti 1 htte month rt month n joo 159 5CtJ IoMJJt iMtionAl Kf Sntiffrtllnu inyable In Atlenntt ltnef coinmaniellm n nil ptt of the KIngJom w II always t nccepulile Ml matliri Iniemted for publication at well at n eammunlcatlont and ailttllncnl tlionU t lUlrtttnl to THE DAILY IIFKAtD eM0NDAYlUNEi3 18872 VIIVS OF OFFICE HOLDERS Referring to a published expression of opinion by the port surveyor of New brk that President Cleveland is sure of a renomination the Wotld sayst In this view we think the Suncyor is sustained by Collector Magone Marshal McMahnn Postmaster Pear son and at least fifty other influential but well behaved gentlemen who owe niorc or less of their bread and butter tb Mr Clevelands favor Somebody ought to ask some of the dogs in the dog show if they woul...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 June 1887

r IJOALNEWB There yiit frodi dell of drinking anJ loud ilK tjll h Jlate liour Saturday mgl Mr Higgli variety show that in clutks the Hawaiian dandy mid his tjjticing troupe wai well patronized Saturday night pretty lictvy underwriters sale is ti be conducted by K 1 Adams Co at the store of C Urewer Co this morning at 10 oclock Particulars in advertisement 1 1 1 1 A native boy was arrested on Satur day for larceny at the Hotel First lid stole keys enabling him to gel into a room where he stole a sum of money and other articles mm mm The Elite Ice Cream larjurs propric taty had a rcstailrant Outside the loikcy Club gnUnds on both days of the races They served excellent lunches at a uniform price and mi Sat urdiy did a lively business Exercises of the usual interesting na ture took place at the exhibition of na tive Sunday sclio s on Kamchimcha ljy under the direction of Mr W R Castle superintendent of the Kawaia I110 and Mr A L Smith that of the Kaiimakapili contingent Mr V Horn and a...

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