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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 1 November 1884

' 1 4 u h P H- liS r iV m? m If or 15' F.l &' It,? ": ' IV i : h . . it' U ' ir ..1 sv itk. r ? HATUWDAY I'KKNN I'litilletllon nlrUa It l Merchant ttrei,tli. Illllnl fiMinit at 14 Port IrAel Substilheit and Aitvrllrt will pls a.l.litst, Tlln.1. 0, TllltUM, I'lililltl.er and Proprletar. All mailer for !! JNIisrilat; I'rett thoiil.l U A,t.1t.it.,t lo lh "SATtllHIAY I'HttSB ' Niilletnlany Tnt iFIIiI IrAiisiilrlne; nil the cither Island will Always iiollnnMiillj received fur publication, CwlASponitanll era l)iteteil (o append lhlr Inn ntrriet In nil cnmniunleallnnt, nol (at (iitl.lleatlnn iiAeAtlly, til aUtiantee that Ilia writer I actlnrt In on. Mill, Stir XntU Hmili, I natiiralired foreigner llliu(li then are not , up m Ihe pt.itfurirrand lihleil me off ami ' , .1 II., - I ll J .. ....I lHlAlt,tlil ' ( (ii, uli and owls are lo lie worn on hats tinny nf Ihese a u jjt-nerally tiippotrril and buiiml Ihlt winter' decree llmne I ah Mailing, theicroie, all neieta,ry ir-luciimw SATUUOAV ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 1 November 1884

"in w nv tgw-wt -tfvw fort's. iV' n rm lit Mini urn i n N ,tv f p. inv frn ml Mi I J 'lin I r tur lilalimi'sslr'vn V r lilalniiinalpv Iiaikiwr Kirtul iiiio mo ml. itlin trntni'sfni A Im I itlm, , n illiiis mi llm tip nf lila f)rij-r. I in li'd. K"tn In rratil Vim n (nnllv im III mlijae-l nf ifllii, Inil I want lo iniwrit for wir imiilfrnllim n HIM, itinllrr r.f tHHr Ymi ln, i ll it I, llml tlm Intrlfur? I a-rmlre; w"i "mi "' Y""r ilnat Nolo than alt leltt fiT mowy, livn atist-e.1 ma nn llm ti-M l On sfill ilim n IIwht bI ll yuril" litill'villiin; nllhlil linit'l nw of Mil luinlwr Hle iifrtmiiilliif wmill Imllillnu In ll illnliiiiMt -"wit Iwtvm't liml llinw nppllrnllfim tnr tenth In n nitmtli " Try its ' IVi TfH Imnfltio ymi wmM nnrli If ym I1A1I Has rhnrl I liATfi m. n Hill merl fnmwllh fllnst.nf ymir wHt Ymi Imvc tii li rvmfttlnilil nillf." lin nililrrweeM lilm irtrlrlly, a tin rirrtiliillv of n muni "Vnn wmk Imlf mi limir, llin iviiiin mi iiikI with lpwin llml j-rrn ntn't lW mi mi...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 November 1884

Saturday Press. Volume v, Number io. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN. ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 8, 1884. Whole Dumber 219. . I, e . " s - ferf. LV I.V MKMOIIIAM. A Herman Itelltered y Her. K. 0. Oggel at the tltth't Union Cii'irA,.Vir, , f "Tfttnfoit h )' li rttJjr far In tuth an Sear at ft think rial, Iht itn ef man temtlh," Malt. U . The worth of scripture which this evening have been read in our hearing unci the hymns that we have mng di rect ut to look upward and onward Jo the heavenly home. The Illlilc calls It the "Father's house." The door of It was opened and the voice of God said, "comic" and on Thursday, October the ifjth, Ilcrnice 1'auahl Ilishop de parted from her cattily home to the homo on high. Throughthe open door ihcwcnl In to behold her Father's house and to rejoice forever In its beauty. It Is said by tlic-royal prcachcrthat"to every thing therein a season andatlmc to every purposeundcrthchcavcns." There Is "a lime to be born." "Man is a time piece, wound up by the Almighty Maker and ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 November 1884

SATURDAY PRESS A Hfwipape r Published Weekly HIND HBSfRIrTIOM ?S-oo 1 HiM. WIICE. Foteicn subscriptions tA so to $ 1 so. aeewiinr to their dutmation. SATURDAY HOVRMOBKl.tM .V MI'.MUIttAM. The memory of Ilernice I'auahi Disliop will lc forever hallowed because in life she found and fought against Ihu peculiar temptations of the time and place in which Providence had rast her life, and in death transferred her power to an educational work to fight it still, thus leading her people by a path, which, !f rightly followed, must conduct to the honor, the happiness, the integrity and the perpetuation of a noble race. We commend the follow ing from the Hawaiian Monthly "For all Hawaiians, whether of na tive or foreign blood, the death of Hon. Mrs. Disliop is a historical event. Through the combined influence of of birth, wealth, culture and character, she occupied a position not only pecu liar but unique. The representative of the most powerful line of chiefs of the olden time, she was also ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 November 1884

N f& I I fs ' I"-? iv S rf . . itf ai.1 ' iVV j"IUCv3v3 SATtJRDAY Publication office Is at a Merchant street! Ed. torta! rooms at toS Fott trtet, Subscribers and Advertisers will plf aa address, TIIOS. O. THRUM, Publisher nd Proprietor. All nutter for the Saturday Press should b addressed to the "SATURDAY PRESS." Notice ol any events of Intern! transpiring on the other UUndi will lwy be thanktutly received for publication, Correspondents are requested to append their true names to all communications, not for publication necessarily, but ai a guarantee that the writer U acting In Rood faith. SATURDAY., NOVnMDRR 8, ilia iir.nsir.K pavahi nintior 'the runrrnl ,'errlre nt Knnkti)nnTlie Vrorelon Pageant 77if lAf Httri. The dirge l ended. The walling is itlll. The eulogies have been spoken. The tomb It closed. And liernlce I'aualii Ilishop sleeps, with her fathers, " Not a day passes over the earth but men and women of no nole, do peat deeds, speak great words and suhfer noble sorrows...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 November 1884

s I, p 7r 1'OllT l! 1TOM ' The rti Jit n still jxunj? m 1 Ximi. i the rcwapnpr reporter Bt mulimjil Ju-t about one ycnr ttgo, Rlnnr ing at lie nickel plntl nhsrm clock which rmtcl upon ha ma&teJptecw partly obecTjrotl by numcrotii totucco Jdr", loiig-dWmmctl plpm, match boxn. Ink bcttl and similar elegant Lrli n trac I will go ilown to Scvnpapi'r row rind tf If pri Imnr th( rrmikt livc hrotiitLit ran sny checks nlon with th tnrunl llnwtiirc cf trJtnen bills lw thi- nftentoon." Xlmlnr-e mwi,itentlr ntlfrrrl lilrmflf In hi hot ami wnlklng-ntlrk, and (ami forth Into th lnmp-Iit tni'tn of th Rrnt irhslropoll. and, deeldlnetlmt n Tblrtl nvmiiie trret-fr, nhwe rout" lay through thu Itowory would j roT the moat Imwweilng nell n the qulckrst method of rrarhln tli city hull, ho wtndcd LI lcji trrsnnl that thorouKhfnre and look a rapidly moving downward Inuiul car The vehicle wm crowthl with that varl tgnUri cUm of humanity which make tlw Bowprj and ltd locality lively by night Itrao much...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 15 November 1884

Saturday Press. . r Volume v, Number i i. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 15, 1884. Whole Number 220. b ' i f v I ' ?! IK kr' f'.rr' IV -1 hvsmiusk a sit .111 a von: At Applied lo Thinking Tiro Opinions. A well-known American writer pub lished a book some years ago to sustain a pica for sunshine in literature. He held the view, as we remember it, that the bright, the stimulating, and inspiring should be made, so far as it can be made, within the limits of truth, to fur nish the dominant'notc of a writer. An author has no right, in other words ,to magnify darkness and discouragement. If he believes with Schopenhauer, that the present world is the worst possible world, or, with Leopardi, that it is a world of certain disappointment to happy issues, there is all the more rea son for pinking the best of a bad situa tion, and turning to good account such mitigation? of the human lot as offer themselves by the way. There is a great deal of literature, however, in modern limes that di...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 15 November 1884

SATtJWDAY PRESS A Mewipapr Published Weekly lUlD.UKCRIITiim?5,oo UR.I imiKE F oreiern Mbacnptsons S4 t to $7 t,o. .nMfdtne: to thefr detttMlsnn SATURDAY NOVEMBER ij,iM cf.r r i r. hv sir.i nr.i. On one of the Hilo plantations a company of Portuguese, numbering from 3c to 40 adults, have made a pro position to the management to cultivate all the lands of the plantation, for one half the sugar manufactured from the canes The plantation furnishes flumes, for conveyance of canes from fields to mill Hut the men wlio cultivate arc to cut and place the canes in the flumes. 1 he plantation manufactures and takes one half the sugar Numbers of Portu guese are leaving the country by sailing packets, on the expiration of their terms of contract. These Portuguese go for the most part, to California where, it may be remarked in passing, they do not find quite the "laborers' paradise" they lftvc been led to cxrcct. Now this nation, at great expense to the government and at considerable inci dental...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 15 November 1884

r : t5.pt J J r)yV l'lI'CiSvi wnen it n further remembered that prisonei ADVERTISING RATES IW PRBSS Meunred In Inchci. Full olumn r( Suturdiy Pret f t Inchfi lone On MoMfr 4 wek. .$ m ft Of) M.cw f $ f &m MOO IU. h addhkMMl inch M " ",r- tEch arlditfontl inch Ji 50 ettr. Second inwtftin H ri tiwr,j(i far finl (itwriton, Hdch ddniniil month K rte thirjed for firt month tJT Ilunn Card hn rrfaM for ent $trt r allowed 1 divMunt nf on" third from tnete rate, which re for transient drtJimenn. Ail lociii artvrmmenH win r llttd monthly, jfetgn idvertHtrTK'ntt rmitt 1 aMAmftttnlftl with On' Tim K Inf h $ t o 1 1 " t Jo i H S 4 ' 4" 6 " 3-So K column J 8 fto f rolama 16.00 ft(pt yearly drerti,fnfnti4fii a Jennet All forrisn idvertntrntnit rmitt 1 tenmMi th py when ordered lnt cr no ntk will l taken of them TlieralM of clWee are in In th above ttal t.J rcmfttarr- for Iterfi Ami-lcAn adverttw rr.rnta, or tubteriptfoni may b made b hunk bill. cc.t ur ptai money omen. PuMicillon office Is at ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 15 November 1884

V .trss i.i.c.i:iiur.n Inthsaftcnu-uri pnpcn of ? o 1-, 197, follcrtrtDR brief notice appeared D.tor.nnr.t.o SuJdenlT, on Friday, Nor IS, Chortex, liiigar Dftrtgurflekl, In tho Mtb year of bis ng. Notice of funeral hereafter, IlAny merchants ami ctnb mn on tlHr Trny np-toTm WBrw nirprlisM And startled to read the above notl.- Sir DansrerfWd had Ukd a prominent dry pood nurclinnt (in 1 had always been n familiar fljiim at the club, on the avi-tide, an I In the many places of museinent In fa' t, of the men about town none were better known than ho. He mi a fn looking man of rather full hoblt,Llvlor curted vriti) strong (frojtorlons procllvitlos, w hlch taud lilm to aeek the society of the yvnlftland convivial with whom he dined, strove ami tnlled Hlsfrtemls bad repeatedly warned him that he was too full-blooded, too fond of burgundy, of good living, nud not fond enough of erwtej. Hh death eeemM to make thera wirnlnsji predictions. Tlio doetws said that bodied of apoplexy Whatever the ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 22 November 1884

Saturday Press. tl l !l n Volume v, Number 12. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 22, 1884. Whole Number 221. tf v fcy ft5 r ? ' A,y ittsToutc uocoatKifT ni'ort of O, tfilfff, Made In ITono lulu, February, 37, 143. alluding to the Vrovl.lonnl Cemlon. Gtnlltmtn, According to my ori ginal instructions from the king and premier; and agreeably with their more recent order, to me, delivered in per son; I sit down to give jou a more faith ful and detailed account of affairs. Feelings of the most painful and des ponding character pervade my bosom while I write you, that the British flag now waves over all the islands in the group. Not that I hate old England: not that if these islands (fostered so long by the charities of the church and our sweat and toil) should necessarily sue. cumb to a foreign power, I would choose England. No, but my regret is that the event has been consummated by means of the oppressions and misrepre sentations of such men as Messrs. R Charlton and Alexander Simps...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 22 November 1884

,-fgpW -W-n"w,3; f ' H fcA.TtJRLA.Y JRIiSS a Nepaper Published Weekly UUD ICWTtlPTIflH $5.00 Hit H 1.WCE Foreicn subscriptions $4 5 to $7 J. ai-rosaine: to their destination. SATURDAY NOVEMBER i, iM Mr J. E. Wiseman is the only ft no n not regularly connected with the Satur day 'rets office who is authorised to re ceive or solicit advettisements for the Hawaiian Annual Jor SSj t.or.ir. orvmiTUHt The gentlemen who put aside their private business and gave their time and ability in the effort to correct grave public disorders, to maintan the integ rity of the government, to secure econ omy of administration and to create such a healthful public sentiment is might reasonably be expected to influence the unworthy and incompetent officials, failed to accomplish their object. Their efforts doubtless had a moral result, but not the result the country required in legislative enactments. When the votes were counted, the Independents were beaten ; when the parliamentry skirmishes were fought,...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 22 November 1884

"s K V SATURDAY PRIvSS, ADVERTISING RATES IN PRESS leaared In Inches Pull column ef Saturday Pre i- Inches long One rime One Month wt J Inch IIM " i " r 50 J3 ." je j " )H fc- 4 " 4 tn .Sort J " sy ".m t$ column $ 8 00 . S IcWon 1 column tfi.w Jo Fach additional Inch l cent estra tach addlti-xul Inch Si. JO estra. Second Inwrllen M rate charged for Snl lnrlln. F-irh additional mwilh K late charged for Ant month t,T Busine Car d when frrfald for gmt jittr. are allowed A diKount of on third from these rates which are f if transient advertisements. All loal a ivertltements will tc collected monthly, en rt4 yearly adTcrtlsement fitj in attvtinct All furrirn advertisement mutt he acramnamed with the tay when ordered In. or no notice wilt be taken of them. The rates of charge are given In the above Kale and remittance lor MMern American advents" rrc ( u lu wriptiont may bt mad iy bank bills, Cfcifl or postal money order Publication office It it all Merchant street ; Bd. totlal rooms at 10...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 22 November 1884

r ion replied that, the l!ngtMh had been treated hanhly, and, consequently, the guvernincnt must suffer III! course could not be altcral Went with Lord George and Mr Simpson to sec the king, Acted as spokesman, reiterated the above and adJed "The king has determined to hold Out no longer. Do hat you like, take the islands, but, do not orcp himto acts of injustice. It would be cruel in the extreme, better take all", etc. I-ord George replied, that his demands were not unjust, he acted on the best information and testi mony I said " I know you think so, but, I assure you that, such is not the opinion of the government" The king remarked that he did not think the government had done throng That he could not meet the demands of Mr Simpson I said, "Wc must be heard. Your information is incorrect, we appeal to Great tlritain. Take the islands we will et hasc justice." Lord George replied he did not come to take the islands 1 said, "You had better do it than to pursue these subjects any lu...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 29 November 1884

Ml -"TPW r , ecmv-. JBiWl'WWi,lyilVlli.ffliw I Saturday I Press. aw.tidatfciBwt-.wa)tflM Volume v, Number 13. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 29, 1884. Whom; Numiujr 222. tZM, '. U-' 1 iitsrsn itMinn iTio While this l one of the burning questions that confront the American people, the entire subject scctm to hac been discussed from a wrong Standpoint, and with but a partial vieu of what this immigration involves for a large nnd'aluabk portion of the population Chinese immigration has ben urged and defended by one class of our citi zens only, the upper or brain-working class, as it i termed -the capitalists, manufacturers, merchants, clergymen, and would be statesmen the cry per ions, as a matter of fact, who arc not in jured and whose incomes arc not adver sely affccted.but if anything, rather bene fited thereby In my judgement, and as I shall endeavor to substantiate, there is in this fact a heartless selfishness even though it be unintentional to wards our ixxucr and less for...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 29 November 1884

SATtJKUAV PK12SS A Ne-lpap.r PnMlerm! Wn kly. Itt StKITlJ $S-oo I UU. I. iHH.ll Fortiff! wbtrrtwlom JAyi tw St t. encnejin l thew (IVUMMIIOA SATURDAY NOVIiMtiEH... ia. Mr J E Wisttmxn is Iht Only ftrwit net rrgkturfy conntxttd frith Iht Situr day Pitts ojfitr it'hv is authtnttd If rt ,rtr or soltat adurtistmtnti for iht Atmiidin Annual for rSSj .i.vri: Aitoiittu The work whirl) Mn Leal ill lias lccn lining during the ikm! week in Honolulu, in the iausc of temperance, deserves mote than a pawing com ment. Mrs. Leavitt's methods arc thoroughly commendable and in marked contrast with thine of man) temperance workers. As a scaker she is grace ful, simple and unalTected, but cmi nently direct and forcible. The con spicuous position made necessary by the work she has undertaken lias not unsexed her, but i filled in a thoroughly ladylike, vet signall) impressive man ner. Her discourses have been marked by their logic, their scnsiblcness, their abundant and ampl) substantiated statistics, t...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 29 November 1884

"1 k , j it SATUK'DAY I'KUvSvS ADVBHTISINU KATHS IN PRESS Measured In Inches Pull column ef Saturday Prut ii t Inches long Osve Tlswa tn Month t H triers I 1 I'" 1 " i.ja l" 1 " . I " f 1 urn I " M ( " . if" U llM . t !. aSSSS?l , v i' f .attack iitfMitn Ml ktcri li.westra. I'M ferniton y, uit thsiaM fee fcrtt fnmUm last iWftWwsl MSMfc X 1111 charred fne Aim I J INMAfH Car4l ! ttfU Artmiyt lr, ate altare a iliamit af MM them mm these rates. whVh ate ft iraa-ilia adsfiiitemefH. AH Weal advertisement! will f cofleeted monlhlv. f flfjrl vewrrf edTeTtWsfiefrttjnf'ie -l-eVvUrr AD mttcft edmttsemeMs mstei l aceotatwnied with IS swy kfl afireed In. of l notice will be tlfcm of tfceai. tV 114 of chore ere aien tn the above Mali, ami letwmahcea far l-asteen American aaretllse nearrt. or euVt.rlytl nt ' ' ' W I MIN eat Of fasetal mnrtev cerfer. PubUlathni office la at ) Merchant itreM!d loilal roomi at ie4 Fort trert. Subierlbett and Advrrttir rs will pirate addre ti, TIIOS. 0. THRUM, Publish...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 29 November 1884

p I Terrtht WtfAr Ah lr I yui'r mlmlrlng my fjTtrs i II trwr nrs) ttj tlxtt thr-jr im tt us,h I dmiM its M vrinikl tall lh miri P Ms aral mniisrliio iotiirnn ntr-l tihVnArt lmn.1 Yixi iktit w many f ' " In jmir rltw ww finW uarilfw, iln jotil If a prftty lltll plniY Hit, ain't It, Mrl An I It my own. . my try own -aiiJ ti III ga tc- my KTiMviwn alter nm ll.'s n Ril tail, ho k- It's litm WA after the cnntai. .Mighty fil of fl.'wrs, Iw K mal rtrrly pnlhl hell t I know nhtn h Imtr. at n tin tunn HWitrMnan bn taken tvoUtn if rm Ah, I mu fowl of Rnnlmlisaj, tno, In my tirno Ihit I'm RrttlnR aiioM man mw I nm ram CiirHtnM aikl I iw I mtwt to r ,,ml inurli krsev.r, Itimigti I'm link unit iieartjr rv-t, tlmnk Hrwrrii) Ah, time hut lterl, ttr, start, my vrnintt iiaysl l tlwl-rtti- you syl Wl. tlilivjc rv (rmVr now limit tlwy m lltni Intt wn Ik vt I serii to llko tlio okl time U ifrhni" tot-Aip I v yiB ami rtrnn In m Aral U!kui( of il Unw mmimt ro. of sofrwlhlmr tht im hapfeat In nm IJk to Im...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 6 December 1884

Saturday Press. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DKCliM HKk 6, i88.. r WllOUE NUMIIISK 22.V Voi.umk v, Numiush l. ' v r r t 'a A irM,Ht'i !. The Hiooklyn Maguclne teptililislie. The U'rtiiU of Man," by John Quiiicy Ailann, Hie ninth president of the United Slnlci. Some mW wrote to totlie I'lCJiilttit, asking for lilt nuioguiilr In tetutn they received this poem, without which no KetiiAl scraulwoV is toinplete. "Man wants Uil lllllr ii.iP Ma", Not wants thill little Ifing." Til liol oiih m tsaclljr su 1 Ilul "lit so In tli cong. My want ate many, anil, If toM, Would mutlti lull score 1 Anil were well wlih a nihil f gold, I tllll ilimitit tone for tuoie. Whit fust I Mint ItiUlly imniI, Ami canvs-kults ami wlnci Ami nil the realms of natme sptrail kUne me, when I tllne. Kour courses seaicely can (ituttilr, My appetite lu iucll Willi lour eliotc. owls from t-'unee liesM To dress my ilfnncr sitll. What neat 1 wnl, l princely cost, h elegant alll'f I lllacl sable fun for winter's frost, An.l s...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 6 December 1884

SATURDAY PRISSS; A Newtrtper PwMliba I VaUly mm sfwiinm $5.1x1 mt 1. ituut f wotffn awereMws f 1 1 In $ ) arraawiM ii- ike i(mi.mii" HATtlnilAV nncnMiuiit , im tfit rrptMrQ tVHittttit with th Sfl J Prtii tfttt r4i it .irYArvraW A fir .in or . nJrrrtntmnti tit rtMM Annl fur l$S ititn sikii mm nri. I lu m li of llir Unjs ministers a ml tlif Kcnrr tl I in of llir tbininenl He menl in lliwiiittt nllilrs Imve urn li. ijajeMtiv nf lityill) I" t'e tonsil tiiiinii rliillielritrlili.rtles of Hawaii Although the Inile-triiil-iit wtt) miht till) l oJnrjird "illi itrriv;iiit ronrcli ifit were to liy cl.viin in a IiioiiokIv of piiilntic ilfviitmn to the Renin of lhellAil:ii)Coflittitloii,)ct,nMhern dilions .ttp.lhe tippmitl in to the irc.ent cj)emm;iit m the one nucleti nrnnml which ttictijtlli m t) hnpefnlU r illy 'I he best tunc mil muffle, lirtin prr, chincter, niuihij 1 .111 1 w iun'ir I, will nnV tliemselvvs on the siilc- of h) ally 10 "Thr tollil tnlrs of dill qMv-ernmenI Irt lliidr mJlk, ...

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