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The daily herald. (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1886-1887, October 06, 1886, Image 4

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llostona Vrofotslonnl Doc WiuWer
A Boston girl of SO or tliorenbouts one
of tho feigning belles belonging to one Of
the Hack Biy families wis swinging down
Bcncpn street the other morning with
cliedks Hushed by tho sharp air and the
glow of health pulsing all through hor
body She was out for hor morning o on
Btltutldnal niulnko toglvo tho snme tpnlo
to a hopelessly ugly Skye torrlor that was
tightly clasped by one arm just below tho
swelling lino of her well proportioned fig
Uro and whoso shaggy face peered out In
tho world with tho air of disgust that only
Skyo torriors wear Opposite the public
gardon tho girl and dog woro mot by an
other glrr walking more leisurely and
without a canlno Incumbrance Thoro
was n kiss and a few words of chat that
were soon ended by tho exclamation from
tho girl who carried tho pet- Well good
bye Maud dear I must be bnck home by
10 oclock for Larson comes at that hour
to glvo sweot little Topsy hla bntb Do
come and seo mo And bo the girls sepa
rated
Topsy was the ugly dog of course but
who was Larson Ho Is a respectable
young Gorman who earns an honest living
by going around to tho houses of tho best
pooplo and giving baths to dogs For
small dogs he has 60 cents and for 75 conts
lie washes any slzo dog no matter how
large and furnishes his own soap and
towels too This is tho latest Boston no
tion and it grow up from a well known
ladys kindness Tho German was out of
work and was known to tho lady to bo
deserving Slio hnd no work for hlr but
Bhe put her brain to work nnd then went
around among herfoshlonablo friends get
ting their promises of what dog patronage
they could command Tho result is that
Larson now has as n regular clieufelo as
many dogs as ho can attend to Boston
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LetUjr
A Touch or Superstition
A curious story was recently told mo
respecting tho queen regent of Spain
which goes to prove thnt oven that Intelli
gent lady is not free from the touch of
Hiiperstltion to which it seems that all
feminine minds even of the strongest are
liable On tho day thnt the offer of King
Alfonso1 hand to the Archduchess Chris
tina was olllclnlly mndo known to thnt
young lady she bad by somo mischance
on rising put on garters of different col
ors As tho great good fortune of hor life
hod como to her on that day she novor
henceforward would consent to wear n
pair of garters to match One might bo
pale blue and tho other rose color or one
was whlto and tho other scarlot etc
Thus it becamo a habit with tho keeper of
the royal wardrobe to order at a time sev
eral pairs of those silken articles always
of different tints
But one day while King Alfonso was
very ill It was discovered by the lady in
waiting on tho queen that by sonjo mis
chance thero remained on hand only three
or four pairs and they were all of one
color pide bluo if I romomber rightly In
tho hurry of Donna Christinas toilet for
she was in haste to return to hor husbands
bedulrte this change in the small detail of
her attlro passed unnoticed That day the
king died and when tho young widow
woe worn nnd heartbroken was about to
retiro to rest she suddenly becamo aware
of tho lapse from tho small supcrlutltlou
of her happy years It was an onion
she exclaimed and sho wept bitterly
Lucy Hooper In Now York World
John Dull nnd IIIk Inmilurlty
Insularity is in some respects a hnppy
condition but It footers n strange blind
ness toward somo very Important political
truths I not now speak merely of Its
narrowing Influence We must all be
more or less aware of this AVo must be
aware that wo llvo In a kind of seclusion
in a kind of half ignorance that other no
tions really exist that other languages
are spokon When a nation thus secluded
arrives at great wealth and power tills
narrowness blonds with self satisfaction
nnd the compound which results is that
peculiar character which foreign politi
cians know by tho nafno of John Bull
They think him very conceited very solf
Bntlifled and thoy aro astonished nt his
ignornnco of nil thenffalrs which seem to
them most important
It Is prodigious said Prince Knunltz a
century ngo what those Englishmen do
not know If with all this Ignorunco tho
English prosper nnd grow rich and keep
nn inviolate soil when nlmost every coun
try Is trodden at times by foreign armies
these foreigners can not help respecting so
much success but yot they do not admit
the explanation of it which commonds lt
boU to us thoy do not think wo nre pros
perous simply because- wo aro wise nnd
virtuous for they hold to tholr opinion
thnt wo aro Ignorant but they think that
our insularity the cause of our Ignorance
is also tho principal causo of our pros
perity since it keeps off enemies and di
minishes the difficulties of foreign policy
Professor Seeley in Nineteenth Century
M Fattours Intellectual ActlWty
Did you find M Pastour an Interesting
modelf I nsked M Bonnat
Not very Interesting he replied He
talk very little He seems very gentle
aiM simple I lmaglno he adores his fam
ily and his grandchildren I think ho Is a
Christian and even that he practices tho
observaucos of the church But ho ap
parently thinks of little except virus and
rabbles ids intellectual activity I should
say is limited to his chemical studies
whatever they may be for the moment
whether Inoculation or tho manufacture
of vinegar He is not u talker Indeed
ho la porhaps the least talkativo of nil
tho Illustrious models I have hnd the
honor of painting In tho couno of
tho fifteen sittings which goner
ally suffice to finish a portrait I
usually got to know my model al
most as intimately as if I woro of the
family Pastour Is an exception He
loves his chemistry ho lovos his family
and thut is about all I have discovered
from his talk Paris Lottor
Tho Perquisite of Cust Oft4 Clothe
Another perquisite is the cast off clothes
Tho valets and the ladles maids are en
titled to those and aro outraged If you
niako any contrary disposition of them I
once gavo a child about my house some
old pocket handkerchiefs nt which my
valet protested nnd I heard the little ono
retort You get tho shirts They often
look smartor than those they servo wear
ing their wardrobes sometimes on liner
figures I hare heard of ladles who sold
their satins to their maids though novor
of a gentloman who bargained in old
clothos with his man When lovely woman
really stoops to nnythlngunworthy alio
can descend to a point thnt lsaves our sox
fnr behind Gen Badeaus Letter
A lllril as nn Omen of Good
A bird known as tho silk tailed chat
terer1 has lately reappeared in mlddlo
Germany after an absence of thirty years
Tho peasants consider tho arrival of tho
Rongster as an omen of good portending
Increased huppinoss and prosperity to tho
people Chicago Herald
Senerstl Sbbctttecmcnts
MARTI II
i 2 HtT TJfn i is irnnMisrrfa11 -- t -- - - - t T jn
m
It is absolutely pure
and is manufactured in
the Orchard from fresh
selected Apples one year
before being placed on
the Market and gener
ates its own gas by
NATURAL FERMENTATION
Macfarlane Co
Sole Agents
Physician and Surgeon
Leprosy a Specialty
Office hours atKakaako from 9 to ii A M esery
clay except Snnda p Will isit patients at their res
idence by request
AH other diseases treated at his office corner of
Punchbowl and lleretania street
Office hours from t to 5 r M Sundays from 8 to
HA M
nPHRUMS BINDERY
Tins Popular Bindhry located at
106 Fort Street Auvciniscs No Spe
cialitics but is able to do am sorts
sizes and conditions of Book binding
Ruling Perforating Numbering Let
tering and Paper cutting as well as in
San Francisco and at moderate prices
At This Complete Bindery
newspapers magazines pamphlets und
sheet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound as
taste and pocket may demand Old
books are carefully and firmly rebound
All Descriptions jof Blank
Books aie made to order at as low
rates as are consistent with first class
work The Bindery is now using
Westons Record and Brunswick
Linen paper for all first class work
Orders LErr at T G Thrums
Fort Street Store will have
Prompt Attention
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS
Made by the Most Improved Systemi
aSrntert TnLlo WatorsI
GINGER ALE LEMONADE
GUENADINi PLAIN SODA
Absolutely Pure
As supplied tn the principal families in Honolulu nnd
exclusively to Her Britannic Majestys vessels of war
HARRY BYNG
Barber Shop cor King and AlakeaSts
Shailngand hair cutting neatly done Childrens
hair cutting a specialty
COSMOPOLITAN RBSTAURANT
TVN UKK froprlrtor
Hothi stkkrt MetwehN Port awi Nuimnu
Our secret Is success we liaie never failed and
will continue to serve our customers as in the past
witn the licst the market atlorusat Icasonaulc rates
BREWER COMPANY
CA Limited
GENERAL MERCANIILE AND
COMMISSION AGENT
Jmst or opkickks
I C Jonls Ji President ami Manag
J O CAkiEK treasurer and SeureU
Hon Wm 1 A 1 ln Audit
niiiitcTOKs
Hon C K Hhiii r Hon H Watbmmou
PAUL NEUMANNS
Lnw OHlco
No 44 Merchant Street Honolulu
ANCHOR SALOON
Corner of King and Nuuantt Streets
WILL OPEN
About September 13th with the choicest brands of
wines aim Liquors
EATESTJOB PRINTING
N1
sculed tonulrrat this office
Family Flout Gcrmca Oal Meal
and llacon Codfish Lard Smoked
Mustard banco hca roam ware
stM r ii - il -
Scncvul Subcrticcmcnto
Charles Hustace
101 anil HI King St bctwoon Fort nnd Alnkon
Has received per late arrivals a full assortment of
srfoXj33 3r3srcTr geoceeies
Consisting In j art of
r IVIWit TtrMlifMt Gem Ilttncc
Hani
Ull lill ll
Dec New Choose Keg Cal 1 m -
rs Saloon and Medium Jireau Appics imn - -
111 i r ri n r f trLft anil CftkC All 01
tviitui VU1U muni msu 11 mil line ui m - -- ----- -
which are offered at lowest rates All orders receive careful attention and prompt deliver
Both Telephone Nq j 19 P 0 Box No
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO
LIMIT D
7tk 70 Fort Street Honolulu
New invoices of English and American
goods Howes Scales The latest novelties in
Lamp Goods Kerosene Oil of the Best
Quality A new Fire Proof Paint llardcns
Hand Grenades Paints Oils Varnishes
Lubricating Oils for all kinds of Machinery
Agricultural Implements Hardware Stoves it
Tinware House Furnishing Goods Cutlery
George Engelhardt
Iormerly with Samuel Noit
Importer and Dealer In
STOVES CHANDELIERS LAMPS
ALSO
Crockery Glassware House Furnishing Hardware Agate
uuii una imwcuu
AGENT HALLS SAFE AND LOCK COMPANY
Beaver Block Fort Street
1 he Store formerly occupied by S Nott oppoiste SmbckbM 4 Cot Dank Honolulu II L
California Wines
The growth and manufacture of pure wines in California has surprised the
most sanguine Although small manufacturers thtough combined ignorance
and carelessness turn out inferior wines it has been the ambition of
Messrs Arpad Haraszthy Co
Toproduce Wines and Brandies that are- absolutely pure and the
ECLIPSE CHAMPAGNE
Is the only pure Champagne that is produced by the natural process of fer
mentation in ihe bottle which wines are imported and sold only by
HAMILTON JOHNSON
Wine VavLlts 23 3Eorc3aantSt
Also Agent anil Importer of the Celebrated
FALKS MILWAUKEE PILSENER BEER
O P S WHISKEY
EUREKA WHISKEY
MOUNTAIN DEW WHISKEY
McKINNEY WHISKEY
THE DAILY HERALD
To day September ist 1886 15 issued the first number of Tun Daily Herald
a morning newspaper to be printed for the proprietor under contract by the
Press Publishing Company Merchant street Honolulu
Price Six Dollars per Annum or Fifty Cents per
iviontn
All who receive a copy of the initial or any succeeding number are
respectfully
INVITED TO SUBSCRIBE
Business men are solicited to test the advantages of The Daily Herald
as an
ADVERTISING MEDIUM
A large edition will be printed each day to be circulated in Honolulu and
throughout the Islands regardless of subscriptions until a regular paying list ol
subscribers is obtained on the public becoming acquainted with the merits ol
the paper
The Daily Herald will furnish a fresh and readable record of events in
city and country It will also give from time to time as received a summary
of the latest news from ihe outside world in concise and systematic form
The Daily Herald will follow a straightforward consistent independent
and moderate course in the discussion of public affairs it will not be the
servile organ of any clique faction or party At the same time an earnest
sun
port will be given to measures promotive of the public welfare and to indivi
duals or organizations that may appear in the political field with claims to
popular confidence backed by worthy records and unassailable principles
The undersigned would however rather point to his record as a iourmlwt
in tins city for the pabt two years as conductor of the Daily lUdklin
make promises that hi general estimation are valueless until justified bv Z
romance He can onfy pledge himself to do his best to produce a thoroiLl
an influential and in every way acceptable daily newspaper
Try the Daily Herald for a month at least
HonolulujSept 1 1886
DANIEL LOGAN
Editor and Proprietor
tSencntl ucrliocmcnf
FOR SALE
board
Ilatktntmc imcu
DUFFYS
Pie lit Witt
- cor -
Medicinal Use
no FUSEL OIL
Absolutely Pure and Unadulterated
IN USt IX
Hospitals
GurritU o IintUutloim
Iuflrmnrlos
AND
rreribed by Phj siclans Kvcr where
IlIEONLY
Pure Stimulant
For the SickInlids Convalescing Iatlenlt
Aged Teople
WEAK AND DKIULI IAfED WOMEN
AttapIrO First Ihiir Cow MUii
Worlds ExHition New Orleans a iMSSi
Tor Excollenoo nml Purity
Macfarlane Co
Solo Agent
BiEowztsr sc co
Importers and Healers ii
Ales Wines Spirits
Al WHOLESALE
14 Merchant St Opposite Post Office
Honolulu H I
New Ploturipl Gallery
Aboe Pantheon Stable
Port Srxtrr HoNoiiiv II I
lottraiisand tlevts 1int cljM work Sliiifaclion
guaranteed
J A GONSALVFJS
H
ANDY STATIONERY
LEGAL CAP PERFECTION PAHS
HODDEUS LKVrEIi PADS
Letter Cap and Note HlocVs of firit quality paper
Uj Cap Letter and Note Ittoctci of ruled
Manilla paper tiUIn Memo and Note
UocUM ftllform LlocVs
for Hills Ilaitmentt
Wnsli litis etc
Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM Desire
11 U THUS 1 TllllVMH
io Tout Struct
W S LUCE
line and Split Italit
Has just recehed perAutrlia
Celery Beef and Iron
Also lias for sale
ESTABLISHED 1SOO
H F BERTELMANN
tractor
Builder
No 86 King Street
86 iy HONOIUIIJ II I
MRS THOMAS LACK
No 81 Fort Stroot Honolulu
IMKIKTItH AND PKAIUK N
SEWING MACHINES
AHU ORMIINK
Im it Attitnh
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ltN1 ron tiir
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Machine Clton
Mine bimattti 1 1
Lirat lttt
AN rUUIILATIUNS
Dealer lii Utfi ctj
KfcVOIVKK s
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WvroiMfllflwMt
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BcRcntl bbctttecmcnlo
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In LsitcIs lmir turrets and boso
Sons
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IlUs I lour OolilenOate
IU Hoiir El Dorado
Croun H ur
Sacks Wheat lett
Saks llatley llcst
Sacks CWn Uest Whole
bads Com llest Cracked
Sacks Ilran Ccarc and Fins
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Sacks Hens While
Sacks Ileani Ited
Sacks Deans Bayou
Sacks licani Horse
Sacks Ileani 1 in a
SACKS POTATOES MiST in GUNMLS
Cases Nicnacs
Can Extra Sod Crnelers
Cases Aiediuin lireao
Caiei Cracked Whrat to ll biff
Caics Corn Meal tohft 10 lb lags
Caiei Oat Meal iu lb bsgi
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Casks JJupfee Hams
Caki C A Hams flues R B llacon
Cases
Falrtanks LarJ j lbpailj
Cases Fairbanlis lrdo lUTpail
Cases KaTtbanksTuitd lo lb pail
Cases Whitneys llutter In tins
Ilair fukml llutter Gilt Edge
Qr flrUns llutter Gilt LdJ
Cases Jaii Qheese
Hoses and Ldls Salt Ccnlfiili
lllli flcrccs CIumliia River Sslm
Cae IjiundryStarch v
lloich Ilrown Laundry Soap
Pure Java Coflee Roasted and roiinil I lb tins
SacU Jrecn CofTte vj
Chests Jajuti 1 en I lli pipers
Chests aunlj i 111 paper
Iloxes UaWns Undon Users
lioxesUafslns London Ijijrrs
lioies Katsiiu Muf -
Eruins Citron
lloxts Currants
Cases Chucolatf
Coss Mixed Iiclles
Cases Spices atsoiled c
Sacks Englnh WnlniLt
Sacks Soft Shell Almond
UeSCnhfnrnh Honey i lb tins
Caes Kinp Moru fc CV frcli canned
I null Jellies and Vegetables
Hales Wiappln Piitsr estra qua lit J
A ARUK ASSQRTMRNT
Best Cali foynin lonthor
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Sole IiuMe Harness SklilliiB nnd Uppers
I mich and American Calfklm
Sheep Skins ioat tkini
Saddlej and FaJdls Tree
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1 tie goods art new and futlaud v111 be sold
LOWEST MARKET RATES
M W fVlcOhosney Sons
No 48 On Ktrout

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