ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Saturday Press Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,236 items from Saturday Press, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,236 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 23 August 1884

ys mr .,, ,,y 1 n. - fc 3 --- , i. - m. - v : w J V 01 f ' J i i ) P I T i i A SATURDAY 1'RKvSS., SATURDAY, .AUOUST .j. ,., FHOM Hint I'ACH ho took n ntntul on the ile of rijiiit eousncn, which lie never nlMiitloticcl The dic arilctl tnwi were re cMftblUhed, and the simple of opKMing influencei wa over. I'Atcrnal order nnd moral ity, nt lentt, have been upheld cer nitiec. The in.inlincw, dignity, nnd uiclutn th.it cluractericil the I luwnii.m rulers in nil their dealing with the represent ative? of foreign power inthcaulydnyi, before recognition, were worthy of (lie Kuinntiv. While attempting no una vailing remtaner to the war shiw, which they knew could nnnihilnte them, they did not for a moment cower or fear to speak their conviction , they were like the Indian, who have been conquered but never subdued. In the year 18,13 he voluntarily sur rendered ln nlnolutc power, and granted written law and constitution al freedom to hi people, who had never dreamed of such thing. What other ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 23 August 1884

1 FfWfcJ!FHl7tFas$'K K wflEi.-&v&m - y i '. J u l k w " JZ K, i j It ''V SATURDAY PRICvSvS SATURDAY, AUGUST .j. tM) from Finsr paoi. he took a stand on the side of right cousnoss, which he never abandoned The divarded laws were re-established, and the stniiflde of opposing influent ci was over. Hxlcrnal order and moral ity, at least, have been upheld ever incc. The manliness, dignity, and uiuloni that characterized the Hawaiian rulers in all their dealings with the represent atives of foreign power inthccarlydays, before recognition, were worthy of the Romans, While attempting no una vailing resistance to the war-ships, which they knew could nnnihilnte them, they did not for a moincntcower or fear to speak their convictions ; they were like the Indians, who have been conquered but never subdued. In the year 18,13 he voluntarily sur rendered his absolute power, and granted written laws and constitution al freedom to his people, who had never dreamed of such thing. What other ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 30 August 1884

-wrn.jj;' jr .jsnm&r'z u " V Saturday Press. ,'. Volume iv, Numbkk 53. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, August 30, 1884. Wiiolk Number 209. ijsscn" C . A 1 In A rendu ' In A'catty, where love l young And life ! frc.h anil full and free; Where nottR. of fallh arc always sung In Arcaily. TliW uiinmer morning 1 would he, Juit thou and t, the flower, among. And overhead a hc!teilng tree. There loving thought would need no tongue, To make their meaning plain to thee, Kor hrarU in perfect tune arc trung In Arcady. A. '. .., in the SfiingfieM KtJuMiotn. I.KMSOMI fltOSI ll.nr.lt I AX lltiTOItr.l CO.NCI.UllL!) FROM I.AT VVF.KK.) TIIF. MISSIONARY IT.RIOD. To us who were born under the lrilm-trcc of 1 Invvaii, and whose earliest and closest associations are with the work which our parents initiated, it is around Ihat work that the chief of interest of Hawaiian history centres. That which I designate as the " mis sionary period " includes certain devel opment worthy of consideration, and mistake...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 30 August 1884

r(s,S'"i"r"'" A -sr.-" "US' . --rfrr5 9-si - - '" s 'I I a b K- SATURDAY PR13SS A Newspaper Pnblisrit'd Weekly. iMtMtMmtw$soovUiiu uHur . Porelrn enlistTrpttons $6 s lo $7.s, flrcnrmnic 10 their declination SATURDAY AUGUST jo.iSSc tiii: siyio.v.i n ohk. After a prolonged session of tour months, the legislature of 1884 is nt last to be prorogued. The question naturally arises What benefit lias the nation derived from these immensely protracted deliberations ? Regarded in the light of possibilities, little indeed has been ntromplislied which tends to the immediate welfare of the nation ; but, regarded in the light of existing circumstances, most inportant results hae actually been accomplished, while the foundation lias been laid for much hope of future reform The fruit of newspaper agitation in reference to the misdoings of government, which was constantly kept up for months prior to the day of election, might hac been seen in the cry general election of men who asked the suffrages o...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 30 August 1884

' Jl i'is i SATIll5AY PK12SS Ol It IIOMII.lrl.l t.UTTMS I rnl 'plum In hi Mttltntt. In the cool haunts ol fln oriental ga tonia has showed me the pteiiy tittle C lunisc t.ite lie ha evolved from hit fine, itthtetii, The IliltrnUflH Hotel Ii 11 ntciv ccncrallv i uni-cdi I that Mint languished the fair bwn Mm, at pretty a i (,hrnee maiden at one would . Publication office l t Merchant street t B f inrlsl rnomt at let Fort treet. ' bnhtrrl'jrrt and AdvertUen will plea" address, TIIOS.O. THRUM, Publisher and J''X',, b. Iter father was a wealthy mandarin and vvas .ZZTil In'. 'TURDAy'p" BSS ' ' fiercely proud withal, lord,,, I, fn the m(W , Notice olany events of Interest transpiring- on .avage manner over Miss Suon j and her the other Isltn Is will always be thankfully received j,,e frc,ttieTS and lister J. At timet the' for publication Correspondents are requeued to , mM . )m, ct)ing anj furRet , . append their true name, " f""""'' ' her halrand pot It upln curl-tutim. lint , not lor pu...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 30 August 1884

?SV ."?'?'"""'" ' "IJ'V'?A- , , W fr&tmm ?gTC r & ' 3 , ; X, ' S!l. ii. S iL r j i -- ? SATURDAY PRESS.I SATURDAY, .AUOUST , tU. ritOM FIKST PAOf- swept away by the torrent of vice let loose upon thctn. As it is tens of thou sands have lived in the light, and died in the faith, true disciples according to their strength, and if not victors, yet to be counted as honestly enlisted in Christ's service. The veteran missionaries in this work arc asking of late years. "Is it true that the success so widely heralded to the world is, after all, a, failure?" One hesitates to reply to a question involv ing so much, but surely it is true that there is growth in mission work only as it shall accept candid criticism, study the science and the philosophy of the life it deals with, consider heredity, de velopment, and environment, and not expect morality and character under conditions in which they would be im possible for one of our race. When Bishop l'nttison, the model missionary, said,...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 7 September 1884

-,- . ' rday Press. H .z. 4 4 r - 1, Vjfc. Vdt.UME V? NlJMHER HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 7 1884. Whole Number 210 k3xjL J- L J M r i x rrv) v . :i 5 in 1 111.' v 1 i ) r v1 h :W "si H akjA tiiv r.ittrcATiox or iiawaitax atHT.it. AMre.t nf the Ittttrtnt I'retldenl, Dr. .V. B. Kmer,on. The choice of i subject on which to " address you this" evening is the more , embarrassing from the1' richness, of the field that offers itself for selection. My purpose has been from among the many problems that thrust thcmselrc upon us, impatient for an answer, to take that one which stands in the fore most tfnk ot importance. Vc cannot! shut our eyes to the ital imiwrtarrcetm us in Hawaii nci of all that pertains to education. When the first missionaries landed on these islands they found awaiting them a race on whom the unclean hafid of commerce,- extended by an eager and aggressive civilization, had already been laid with no light touch, Disease had been sown broadcast and was be ginning...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 7 September 1884

SATURDAY I'RESS A Newspaper PaLUihtd WeeWlj IL11D jnWBIPriirtJ $5.00 l IF.IR, l WUCK 4.y lo Sf.jo. ' u -r 11 tlwtt destmatlrm lATURDAY Snp-IEMDBR , il4 thi: .w;ir vulvmiu The fourth volume of the Saturday Press closed with last Saturday's issue. The year just past has been an exciting one in local newspaper annals. It his seen the Advertiser change hands twice, the Bulletin change editors three tunes, and the Hawaiian bud and Mobsom. The Press has prospered, has had its share of public approval and of public patronage, and now it sneaks, as it did a year ago to-day, for . that same approval, that same patronage 1 and as much more of each as it may I diserve. At no time in this paper's career has it made many promises ; but we think all that have been made have been kept except where some! modifi cation ol an original plan was found to be to the better advantage of the read ing public. Whether the course of the Press has met the approval of its read ers cannot be fairly judged. There...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 7 September 1884

A 1 VI f u VeV IV I ! 1 i " X. I I i i i it f ' IK V 1 A 1 -ifP vturday press Pnbltettlon orne. It al it Merchant ttrMti Hd..,'1,nk "e ,r' torlal roonit t ly) Fort treat. ite-l-l a.auai ask -A Ouft a... T Subscribers and Advertisers will please address, TI10S 0. THRUM, Publisher nd Proprietor. All matter for the Saturday Prrtt should be addressed to the " SATURDAY PRESS." Notlctofany event! of Interett transpiring on Ike other islandt will alvay t be the nktntljr received Tor publication. Correspondents art requested to apprrrj their true names lo ell communications, not for publication necessarily1, but at a guarantee thet the writer It ictlnar In Hood tilth. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6, ia Our Honolulu Ltttcr. t expect to gel myself disliked forth., letter, but, a, I am writing for money and n,l for love, I don t know that It mat, any difer- eice-'am.. Ihavebcen in a dreary II humr ever since the boyi quit ptajing base. t.. II en.1 !&. i.lk.i ,lt.l .!,,& .,l. .!. w.i., -i... "- ....

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 7 September 1884

SATURDAY PRESS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER;, US Afi-norjit.iTio.v it n.i. ron mm. en it. Liar, till Majesty's Prlsy Pone A llojal 8tet. S Her Majesty ihioMn It. ft If. th. llrtr I'r.sompllve II It. II. Prliee Llk.llkf II 11 II. Kelulanl Ilia Masty'. Oh.mbwl.lii and Secret.iy. Household Expenre, rnnersl Kxpenee-e, Kekaullk. fo.no irj 18(iriti la.mi o ijini m r.,n i t ii m SOIMJII) VII tt rinoKim trrLcxtitTi. Iter Majnty Qn Dowager Emm... Ilia KrcelUnty I'. Kanoa II. ,n KulhfUnl Hon. II. Knlhed.til, tnlanc. if .alary. . Mhos KIli I . aana'ri.itia Mrs. I iioisurunx ad ritiTT oocxciu $ Expenses nf f.fltlalnr of 1661 J secretary of t'rlvy i.'onnell Incidental! of Prlsy Counell jrurciinr DirAmxiirr. J Salariof Chltf Jmtlet anil Chancellor.... $ first Aasoeial. Ja.tfc. " HMOti'l Aieoelatediistlce ' Clerk of Hufirrme Court Deputy tiler. " Second DtpotT Ulerk " latvrpreter HBpreme and Folic. Conn ' Circuit Judgs.. Manl (Ilia travrllnir ripn.ra " Circuit .lodge, llllo and Kan " Kohala. Kona, Ac. " '...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 13 September 1884

frrw.'x-'f -r-;T"f r,wc?,l ? K Saturday Press. flX '.- r jC Volume v, Number 2. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN -ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 13, 188. Whole Number 211. jT's"",i,' iX V K i R r t r KPIIOItKI or i.tTKHAitr HA.SV great deal might be said an the subject of manuscripts. From the care fully illuminated specimens of old pre served in our public museums down to the hastily scribbled printer's "copy" of to-day, each bears a history, and could contribute to unfold some por tion of the life of the author whose hand had wrought it Indeed, were it possible for each written sheet to tell its own story we here refer to manu script of more modem date what a picture of intellectual endurance, dis appointments poverty, and oftentimes despair, would be brought to light; what talcs of huntings amongst publishers, rebuffs encountered, hardships under gone, would be added to literary biography. Mr. Thackeray has hinuclf told us how his "Vanity Fair" was hawked about from publisher to publisher, and its failure...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 13 September 1884

SSATt'KlJAV l'Kl SS A Nesetar Published Weelj mm nmmi $5.00 t int. n imw .& V U I7 J, cxwa 10 Ihen deiili SATURDAY SBtTHMBHKij it rur vitnur si trim Mama's greatest rtirv: is Icprotjr net to that, the three-mwnhvcreclit system There are ven few merchants here who are not directly sufferers from this crnicKHa system, nd there are few salaried men or vroge earners tvho have not indirectly suffered br it The merchant is injured hv Jos of accounts large houses losing bj the otrasional failures of retail traders, and small houses losing b the bad accounts due from their imtrons. I he purcriawr, if he is honest at heart but foolish in method, ts encouraged oy the three months-credit system to pun ha.se more than he can afford to There is cer tainl) .1 fascination about going into debt for goods one has n i-n e t y long davs in which to pa for Marty ltn'nct. but either lamentably inexpert entcd or fatall) weak, people are seduced b this siren system into the whirlpool of inextricable d...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 13 September 1884

l:f r t ' ' i j rV; I "Wf '? i I SATURDAY 1'KICSs'iiuiM.n Publication office H i tl .Mert;ia.it ttteet,Ed totlat rooms at tut, Fori lrel hbtcrlbers and Advertisers will please address, T1IOS. 0 THRUM. Publisher and Prreprletor. All natter for ln Saturday Press should b addictted to the ".SATURDAY PHKSS.' Notice ol any events of Interest transpiring on the other Islands will always be thanVfolly received For publication. Correspondents art requeited to append their true nainei to all communications, not for publlcatlnn necessarily, bui ai a guarantee that the writer U actlnir In good faith. SATURDAY. SBPIBMllHR tj, il llonnhttn f.elfer, I have been vastly aninsel for the tad ten days with the language criticism of the Hono lulu llctlletln. Tlifie ha Iveen n)(hlng so RitrteMiK-, ami at tin- same time so childlike ulroul It, thai I liae rwidly J !en We to restrain myself from .lulilght larlgrittM it I coirfsated its ciliional precept with tt eJllfirtal practice Thi pleasing, etitlc. wM...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 13 September 1884

SA II .Kf)iY PRKhvS. SATURDAY. SKPTBMDnR tj 1M4 ax rrirynlnniir rirrnir.rn. J Mr. ftiw II. OimMiir, the yonnj UttaloRlnt,ho(M arnt ont j tha Smithsonian IiMtHnlinn to utmly lh Id iicr llf of tlio I'uciblo Indian of Nms 1 Meitco, hml ritnn ulrivnge niWonturra I whn li wn lnlUntotl into U10 apcrct or der of the Kuril. llaring aocnrrsl a MIpA uewawry jiroreqnUite In Uia war with llio Aioielm, li ircnled himself to tlic council of Zunl rrlor, in J, like Ollielto, IIioukIi villi a ililTr t pnrpsvsp and io a dilTcronl andlctic, (ritl the a lory of hi rtilor in war. Aflol nitieli rrttaami un his rl lio " finally ncc)tI as BitiUUo candldnto, am! lite nmniiln Iwgan. Ho w taken to the burying ground, whoro a ahtm fight, with jirajcr nnd miug hi tcrofXirMsi. ctmlesl, Oorrjing n iwle , on whkili wwi the Mulp, ho then marched at the mu of the yelling band of Imliaiie In MttrHs gnrden, where tlio polo wm ftimk In tlm rtoiiiuI. Then until ovon ing Im I ml the jilraMiro of Mtting mo Uonlfxw on an a...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 20 September 1884

Saturday Press, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1884. VoiA'MK V, NuMlHSR 7,, WllOI.B NUMIIEK 2 12. 4 ) s. s I' f V. rsv a MrrniHp the . Our of the titiiet iitciMues I fre- ucntiy ItH.ulge in, i to go to n rocky jMiint imtltiu', out front the shore against ltkh the v.ics break In curl- ingsprav, and with my book pass the morning while my little gill amuses herself picking shells from the sand, or ..thine ner xcvt iwc lect in inc.sions 01 servitude ami nranny, aim wjrm tulne. I tioiign so near uic mi i.igc of llilo, it isquitr shut iiumy from it. and I am free to read, or dream the happy hour awaj, undisturbed. To day the waes toss In unusual violence, alone the iukkciI roast far as my eye fan reach, a firnge of white , touches the green, and out tiK)i. the horizon line a misty seil hangs down, as if the storm which has swept ocr the region the ast week were only suspended, gathering breath to come in renewed onset upon us. And yet the angry breakers with their ctuel crawlin...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 20 September 1884

1 'KKSH A Nfwip.i lulilliriel WeeLle snTPfmnnf5.ou i nut i imwt S el..iilkvf,. SM I $,, tsessrws istttteet aVeettisntteai. iATURtlAY SIII,niMnilHiu4 M .tflliltl i reel tlntvW lriejMtlwir Cvyi fr , MAm II I'lli A . Wf ml nfirfntm vvlm n, ion iitently, a friend of the I'io, oiiil out an ssjrfwttmt inrtmslsienr) in imr imfiitupl) ctimnnluR Jtitlfie AlmttV )ipolmmnt on the rlciulfic rtmttnls mn to Wellington, iitiiiieil in List ctV Imnie. 'flu fileml sav tint) ili,t th IVts hail jirtv lotul) sliovin holo In Iw t rmnit official, that hi motnl hamrtor was luirl and that lilt trvoftl a rgi4tnr was slMiitcftil . .tilmlt the rttinener nf our fiirnd'n Htotet What we tid of Aholo In no en Imlwswi him. l'roTe)r lc jmler slutcrl to the writer thut prnl) alii) no native who could he wnt would lie more suitable It Is under Morm, of rourie, thai Mr Aholo goes a , vreentalle ilummy, hut there is irh.im no other native who 1011I1I havf clone-licttcr Mr Ceorgc Kit liartl m would hove added nunc scufic...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 20 September 1884

N i u, I. A ' i Dfc. ? " nr i iX te- SATUKDAN l'KlSSS l'iiM,elln.ffltll Mr.M (ri ftil trrltl ttwwii at Fn l'"' Snturilr-ai l A 'lll"r IH r-ltat cMr. tHOS O TIIHtJM. l"MIl.f ! I'nin((i. ,MI mttlrr for Ifcr SaluiJay l'(Mi thoiil.t tin a.t.liMte.l I Iho " !8. rUlliiAV PHltSrV rlatlrartany nlt rfttittml lianiiiTitnr Mi lh lhr tlari.li -til ! r-a Hiatikriillyi"!"-! ur ruifiim, cifiiUUMt iequett.l t if in,! lliHt tint In ll eowiminilrallunt, nl ff lni(.B((WBftllr.l'H inaianl" ll.nt Ilia willef It attlria. In tw,l fHh ,1 ..atuiwiav sniMRMnim ,! JIHfWl lntr) l,wi.snltllhl-twtlllAJr lot nf elflks, ixmaikeei mi f luvrt Vi fit Off ntht iU) I u i rwmtni; mtf ll thini. prnifn lilm i .1 an tt. t mUiA l hrm wtih nil , tm hml wftpttw rfl mv f i think liit ' yung and fall ttrlitir sh-itild spnak i man-It Hnnlltl.t lhl "'"' RI nslelmwOHiVfit srwiih hi artillr 'Wtll," .ml I, "fna t letkll do rm l.i live Uf if inlrsmillrd ittnVptrwIetir' 1" tlm tci,n,aml I Ime mi thmbt Imi lb i- arid nwfal clefs- Miini...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 20 September 1884

JSATriKMAY I'WKvSH' Inoiiriiiitt flollcco. Jttcdt.u.iciil. Ccncriil JllilicrUociiicnlcf. -"ASTLIt A COOKTi, Cjcucntl bucniocincnlo. 6cncr.il bbcrllocmcnlo. IA, I l ' s V SATURDAY JtRPTnMnnR.1iM,i run r.nri.r max ih rii rirMw nt r. Tnti linniltmt jef kk"! 1mol at llio rrjr moment wlimt III solitlorti wctn pn irxing HlrMlNttirft, III 1M ftotrll nlrultsi out (mm l'oiilalnlilrn ! IaIsp iwtv Inn In wron of Ms linw rniiincnl. Tint tlsjr Wliiri llil Is l f, mi llm Will of Hiilfmlwr, ICHI J.oiils XIV. Iitil rvnnounrrtl to lilt mml, In tint pri euro nf 1 1 o Merman Amlmanmlnr, Hint Ii liait insitn lip III Uilllil In K1' I" Hlrns luillrsf Ill tinier to rrcrlrn llm (mill nf frahjr wlilcli llm treaty of N'imofpifiRKTP lilm tliprlRlit lit tuael from llm oily. It wits n -mi ft itf thtalrt mill no mlslnVn, lint linw lm''iio.l II Mint Dirt Kllip; niu n nfll Itifiirm! aa lo ilie- actus.! pntiiH lion ill atTnlr. nt mi illMiint n piiliil ' Well, tlin story run as follow a Dim p-timiIhr (lit MlnlitiT I...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 September 1884

Saturday Pre s s, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SKPTKMBKR 27, 1884. flMfk Vou.mk v, NuMimu WllOLK NUMIIKR 2I3. f ii . t 1 I! W M K &. A tloji't I'll'T' lloinr hi Olilrii 1 1 ikh, I llFMM.nr IIVAI MIO IIonoi.uiu, Mntili ,, 1815 I Im iwirnliiK' IIk'iI nwnkc upon our fmr Isl.iiuK inhering in the .SMil.i.tli of rcM No smimU of lite liiinliniitl mm, or f.mnor IuIiikIiir In IiW mipW of ckcI.iIiIcii. no loiiml. ol the me rliitiiir putMiliiK liU vof ation all .is Infilled, the air wtu rlwr, n few doiiil floilcil slowly over tli f ii c of tlir- lilne .lhive 'I'lic wind " limited, nil was Mill nml ihmu fill .it tin w rcil liotiri, I jiow wild were nlitiwd or tip with the um noticed l.truc ililp off our Inrlior mid at she amc better to lie neeii flic w.u tllscovcrcil to lie a l.irnc inert limit uvicl with llic Aniericnii llau vvnviHK at hfllfninst She had no "Tgti.iU iiy which filic nilttlil lie known, nml we were in HiupeiKe n to who she wai and what might haw hfiiipeiicil on hoard M nhc wa...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 September 1884

SATURDAY 1'NKS.S A N.wprr PnMUhnl WMr Imildi ...I vririttfrt, 11 Jilln t , HDnf.iHH II Ihm tMH'lo iAfUHDAV .'iRITKMIIHH',, i4 "We Join onrelvc to no fKirly llrnt loci not tarry the H.ip nml keriMlcp to the ininlr of the Union," wroir Ktifiii riioatc My tin: nlmtilc ' li.ingr of one woiil- ly nialdiiR " Union " read " In ilcmlriirc" ono li.m the treed which till' journal iiiilicnittitiriKl) " rpt nnd whlrh we hulievc ought to he rn cetiieil liy the Itvlqientlc'iil ixhiv We think no Kiily r.in neliirse any Innllug ticrctM whoie nlli'gi.ini c 10 "Ir.tilftion," or milwrrvienrt- lo"ioliry ' n stronger than iln devotion to prinn pie we wnnl to tee the "pocket ' policy fjive way, nml to ee truth prevnil. Hut ttnth lauuot prevail until At- not onl ieu our nun foulta lull ar know ledge- thcin nnd re nolvc to live without repealing them "I'aillifnl arc llic vwiiihiU of a friend." Willi man) friend who liau'cxprowcil ilicitKclvcN 111 counter rrith ism of our oiirM.. c have liad the opportunits...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
x
Loading...
x
x