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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 6 December 1884

b CK ) - ; r v H -. 'I' !) 4 vN"!" I 1113 N. N" I 'KI'.SH vcrimU few minuus later that young nun itade fourth l the strange gaming of which ADVIIIsTISINO HATBS IJJ PRIIBS Mratnrtd In Imhtt Pull enliiTin rf Saturday liltll"! lift Oiw MfptflW i Atwkt $ titt iiw, K l.t ! Prt re (tiw n S inch $ ? tm I I f ll J ' 4 4 r I ", " " y If 1 riwn I I trtlumi (, Tirh aMttliml ilKk HMUMffl, ,.. , ImUHow i rait ejwrfttt f mil liaatnjli jh iKhitw1 KwMli H ! Nliii let fttvi pv. un 4T II I tt R rirtrwenl lH4 Mfl fjtt'UJtTtml fUr, ni t new iivmi mm i .am are i i mutltivt ltHIWMtfc I Uw rat, wrtlrr, All ll rtvwitwifit win I t)Haei4vt twmtilv, 44 -lil tMrr) UtMmHHla All fa-vM MnrtlWmnnu attnl MwamwiiiM with lln i.y wrSe rwtil hii lWt will w taken rf I',, IKurniM or rtarcM r " In Iht rww I ' ! r4t1rii ratten fitf HAttcvvt vmvflrtn 4 t.tmw ittf hi, tr tttVntnftM rimy Mnwlf t) hunt l-lll i m ,.r jwauI iiiiwwyimlevw. Puhlltallon eTIet It l ' Merchant atrtti i Hit. Iniul roiml l no I'ofl trttl Siilnciltitrt ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 6 December 1884

IV. I .rrrtMi ,fertf, A ilnf-wtM Ida ii, M .1. ilwlnir Mnml.-a IVtirnl.r Iifcv1 tlm ito nf lilt .lifttntogli al .trtnrjr In tli Pln ita ITutmla. Mll rlria, atnl vlais an tnw.inl liU n.mie In , , llw Ilia lliotlnl At IW, lllh, l.fllllallt, all ai.iUtl.int grmliiala nf I'lStaila it Matll.iiie, ii .ntliu.la.lli) nil nf ('ii.la lunmnl't, n iIiik iir iif arleiim, mill alaiye nil uf I'hj.M.VT. MtMljr Ii m nllli.llt ft mr ! Ill lliaha III. IKIIIII Kilt I HIIUIIIil til tinllMaa Ctf St lllt-a I'l Mill fl't llllllanf n ilniVI III tlie fnhin.et Innk lit Ida Mlilvtxia nf llmt tllLlMxa Vlli.1111 Hilly lllnrnl ninl wn.lia. TiMlaj- mml liA'l .l All III final t liua-. Trima-weiii, Hi fiin.l iiltorYr In nil rail, fiiiiiiorlr lit fntliat 'a fil-.tnl, mm nolo til unit, lim.f klii.tly Iml llrmly tallial hi. altantlmi In lilnii'lf, mil In llin initliiiljr tl.al lial m lliiiiT.(ll.ly itihl liial.llumljr fatlnnial ller-lf l)ni lillll I 111 I Ulllll Ilia III" nil. nt Ik naTar ilrrnnml nf II aiiiiMih llelin...

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 December 1884

X Saturday Press. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DICImVIBKR ,. ,88-1. Vou;mi! v, Numhbu l.l. Whom; Numhbr 224. ' . R i- . v w I: C e t '3 A ' ', i A, lie V 4 .4" K rtt llemlerlnu from r7i ilmiuiu Ivrqitiaiiilieis Imlnelieml, Whlih JnyaiulKiraerArl lin JpJ' aaele fram ili Hiifl 1nrti liimUrt tlerp 0 Joy, tffimrKtM f.iHIp lala 1 ! rwrnw fffim iir ItumUr wV. ilamttr, Niii, lrtMi,,,fng May, Winn (unit tf Pil I ifallivg VVTiTiTii ipy heart I Mi fweaTtaaoalll( Is I ,.mi!mj M When ll lln tjiU i tln1n 1 1 tnjr love RnfMtfcl My I.Higtfti. ami unieM Herns 0 uinwl Hatiie.l "t lflm Oiy tVint 1 lln Aealn l'mirori(a.lWe I feel tin I niger pain Alllluull iUitforti s Th inirnfftf bean fotgi-ftl Atui every ihi&l.lli'ia: wn Tit melody it eels. UmM a nml ii flit-let llWlhtheaii, Am'er eltent I re it while Mil ileil Airmli lUioliilii Novem!-!, , ilS, 1 MmttNM ' X. tmlyle mul kl l.llllenei: I lie finUliliiK IinicIici nave now liccn lcti In t lie most linril.J.Uo, sinister nnd aoinliie iioitritlt which ...

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 December 1884

?p! "fjj .-.- f'. ,,,,.&, ag-Maw w i' Iv. iX. SATURIiAY I'KKSS A Ntwipir-er Piibllthr.t Wtr mnistiwitimoj 15.00 1 t, Mvt. r'wtltri tubteftpi inert J a l f V. erwrrniiit l lli lliMlln. BATIIIUIAV .DI1CIIMIIIIH 11, inn. .tlHtllX.lt. HM. I ,y tit tpuptr lltmlrrt. 1 utKnc to write several brief es says upon Itiancltc of tli.it ill mitlcr atootl miliJcclJournnlUni, My subject nntiir.illy tllviilcs Itself Into five hostels, I shall tnkc tlictit up In the order most (onvcnlent to tlic object in view, class hit them (in follow! : Newspaper Ucatl era, Ncwp.ipcr Writers, Ncwixiper Mnltcr, Newupcr VAet, Honolulu Newspaper. It it trite to nay that no newspaper i.in exist without renders. The fart is self evident. The problem of how to keep their readers is one that the con ductors of newspapers find great diffi culty In dolviiiR, A few do solve it, nml If they live In n Inrnc nnd growing community the solution means wealth, power nnd prestige. It Is manifestly easier other things being equa...

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 December 1884

"S V I L r if . y X HiJ K ' u v 1ST U' .1 t t 'I. ' SATUKDAV I'NKttM AnvnRTiniNit hatrs in piuiss Manured M Inche Prft it One 11m i In'h I fn i i.to e " j 1 " l.fl Frill rntiimn of Saturday I Inches loot. 0 Month -4 week . m l" 4 ' 4 I.n t r.m ( JWW IS freilufnn $ I in i tntumn tkmr, . Ilaeh ad-ml-wat Mb j5 eentt eatta TrJi'n ftiMHnei rn,n ii.jffFiirM. ScnM IntniOn M rare iliare. for fmt Ineeriion. f.mh additional month if rte (barged for filii month, if'' Ilium t'ardt when fnfM Ftrtnrytr. at allowed ilWemnt of on Itilrd from iIim rntea, which are for tfnlnt adterilatment. All Iwal MiniluiMnli will 1 rltald monthly, ejrc'iyeMly advertliernent ., fo,,,n:Hr A! rorelf n ft'lrrrtlttnienl mint he ftccomtiei accompanied with will be taken of ihapsywhen ordered In, rir imnMln will be taken of ee are irl llefU 111 111 ahoee aiatt Snd remittent for lktern Antetlran advert! menu, or siitairiptlont may I made by hank tUli, iidn ir ii money bfilrn. I'nhllratlnrt office I at Merchant Ureal ltd t...

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 December 1884

r It, I- 4 l .r- hit own evil utes. Aclil to tin the fact, lint, advantage of ululcvcr li called " reform to in MpicJjn'l, tucli n clunge In (lie law i tup pweil to be sciuglil efclilly by certain In termini mtie for their own cutis, end It l Mty to tec vtliy, not only (lie High rhurcli element ilioulil almost ai a vsliole oposc tlie cliane, tut whs multitude ol the Iritis ilevuut wliu arc apt to reginl tlie Prayer ItooV as ery nearly on the tame leel flli the lliblc, tlimtlil be tlrutigls; Inclined to feel lliat In leave such a matter ai It Is, ami hit heen for ages It to Id well enough alone. -ThifaJtl thin ItJir. Marriage In Turlnij. Among the Klrglictc the practice of oly Rainy ohtalnt. Generally the eldest brother of a family hai more than one wife. 'I he first wife it mlittctt of the lioustliuM, ami it callol linhti. To her are Mibject not only her Inn- baml t other wives, hut nlso all the other femalet of the family. The head of a home hold will often tend a portion of hit he...

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 December 1884

Til j KiifVi. 'fc, '" r JLit. ' r TOshatifeL ZXL HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLAJNDfwCEMI3ER 20, 1884. Volume v, Number i6. Whole Number 225. -,' CJ A rr.TTT 4 TX L. r H H T 1 L m m. & A fm I m r i w m m m u i m' ' k II i i. i kv ij- M.V .V it. lU i Krni.VTtox. A Voucttc Statement of the Doctrine. Dy the popular mind, nnd by those who have ghen little attention to the subject, the doctrine of evolution is variously regarded. Mention the theory wherever one may, to the uninstructed and to the instructed alike, andlt is sure to create more or less levity and amusement. Sdmc immediately con nect it with Darwinhni, or origin of species; others, the more ignorant with the belief that man, somehow or other, by some unknown process, has descended from the monkey. Again, by many very intelligent people it is thought to apply to the development of organic life only, ll will be the object of this very superficial and necessarily brief outline of the theory to attempt to show that tl(:sc several n...

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 December 1884

riBi"ninntr ."rn'ffn. J9A AV U" l H SATURDAY FR12SS, A Newspaper PobUihf t WrMj. nuw srKrtimoM $5.00 ier. 11 duws. Korettn eulwcr'piroiH $ $ to f 1 5. aetorrrwr to Ineir jMlifistWu SATURDAY ..DECEMBER to, 1M4 Mill. t.V.AVlIT .IX It Mill. HAMI'SOX. Mrs. Leavitt has becnandgonc and the puCtic pulse has been stirred out of its sluggishness by her earnest advocacy of prohibition. Here, in the Kingdom of Hawaii, she lias repeated the state ments of fact and the appeals to reason which have characterized her efforts in the United States. Wherever Mrs. Leavitt has gone, press and pulpit have united to acknowledge her sincer ity, ability and unflagging zeal. Wc think the verdict of Honolulan readers I1.1 lieen unaminous in approval of both the matter and the manner of her lectures, ((ringing to the considera tion of her subject a profound belief in the justice of her cause, she )ct has never been tempted into that intemper ance of language which so often injures the cause It champions. Reas...

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 December 1884

r P K 1 r 'T ' . SATURDAY FR15SS ADVERTISING RATES IN PRESS Meaeurad In Inches Full column f Saturday Press t i-t Inches Ion; One rime One Month 4 weelce y, inch t I 00 1 " 1 y " 50 3 " IX 6. 50 8 00 050 II m I $ I&09 1. ja 00 4 75 !5 o St column $ 8 nr t column 16.03 l-ach Idillonal Inch M cents ealr thach addilwnal Inch It 50 extra. Second Insertion X rale charted Jor lint Insertion F-ich eilditlonal month M fate charged for first month t-T Business Cards h.n IrtfatlJ fartt vtar. are' allowed a discount of one third from these rates, which f are for transient advertls.mtnts. All local advertisements will I collected monthly hinds to rmlte the place the bower ol beauty eicept yearly advertisements arVf ,,,:, , , , ... Allforei,!o.lerii,ement,m.i.beaccompn.rdwlth'twa' Mf-J- MtGuire, Fred and Mort the ray nen ordered In, or no notice. Ill t taken ol j Oat and several lady friends being chielly re them Ihe rates of charms are given in the abore ' ' scale, and lemittances for Ijste...

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 December 1884

,,., .eml thought that ma) imply, it sccnn tome there is a greater difference tatween the Magpie on Hotel street, which, in not cry choice language perhaps, calls for a cracker, and a well known physician and the rotifcra with its acts seemingly adjusted to no end, than between the Magpie and the lowest savage. And notice the difference of grada tion in intelligence throughout the animal world, from the lowest to the highest. Do wc not find the law of constantly increasing complexity to hold good? I believe no rational interpre tation of mind is valid which docs not take into consideration the ps)chical relation of man to animals ; yet in the intellectual development of the infant to adult man or womanhood, is suffi cient evidence of progress. Watch the new born infant. How does its intel lectual condition compare with that of n Newton? A few convulsive move ments, indicating cither pain or hunger, is about all we can say of it. Still further on in its development, a few sense perce...

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 December 1884

Saturday Press. r Volume v, Number 17, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 27, 1884. Whole Number 226. V 1 . 0 r la? u K it te I'.. S Br ;. - fc' V ' Ift' !-V if. r , -r v 1 "i !1 V The Boy Who Tried to Same Jtlmeelf, I Mr. Jeremiah Smith tat looking at hit wife with an air of comical uncertainty, and his wife returned the look with an air of fixed de- termination, "My dear, we must let him name himself," said Mrs. Smith, Rut rnnMr. mv fnvf whit i trvin-ooat. tlon (bra boy I Besides he will make some horril le mistake." "It can't be any worse than some we have ' made, Jeremiah; just Took at our children.1 Is any one of 'em satisfied with his or her I name?" ! "No. But for that matter, I have never J0,jph's, Is of many colors, also of many rents forgiven my gteat-unde for naming me Jete- ,illns and patches. Ills trousers are laded, mlah. I have had a dislike for that prophet .nd 0f uncertain antiquity, anJ his stoekiogs ever since." hang In rings about his rusty shoes. About a "Vet ...

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 December 1884

Qiuuk. ..iTn-.-ffff.nn.-ani rJWXt. ;.1injawJgSSSS?au..iirwia wa.aie if in 1 i i i rii iN liases1 if - V ZZ. bkimkH4 U I ?' ' SATURDAY PRESS A Newspaper Pnbllhd WeUljr, l!tlMP(BrniO! $5.00 1 uir. 11 tuna, roreien mbyriptians fl.f tn ,, ccwain. to iMf lUrtioitkn SATURDAY . .DECEMBER tj, iSe -I885.- Fair mt, soft-D'aming In trie cmtaln'd west, Blight hsrabl of Kterriltyt "hose light llaih Uss'd the vrearj IVitth Ihro' stilly aifht And left my aching brain with i'n of ift. O Isles nf llrightncss I tho' a fat on guest Thou sremesl near to me, and iloiY requite Earth's lunging for tlir dark Ilejond, despite That far of death which lingers In the brent. Thou art to me an unknown throbbing 1011I -An emblem of tomr world'a identity 1 A thought Instinct with mysteries untold, Which llvest conscieus of Divinity : A dweller o'er mortality of old, Who wateriest silent from Infinity A'TIIUit Johnstone. Honolulu, December JJth, 1881. viiitt.ir.H.1.1 sr.ir rr.Aiin. The wheels of time and change tun...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 December 1884

X ' ) rev I- B I". V it tiATURDAY I'KliSS ADVBRTI3INO RATES IN PRESS Measured In Inches foil column f Saturday Preti it r-e Inche-l long On. Time On Mouth- 4 weeks. 4 in'h $ 1.00 i ' t.jo .S J " t 4 4 J " ( $ im . ft? I. .? S Ifcoo r Jf"Xt ' 6 " J H olatnn $ I no . . I eituml 14.0-s .. KachaMitlWKl men m cents etira, tEefhalJlllonl Inch tt.aoettra. Fecond Insertion If rate thred for fun In union. Each additional month H rate iVtrgel for first mnflth T Basteess t ami when frtpeU fir em ytar, are illokrt i cllicourtt ei one wira irom tiiese rates, w htch ' .,,fo,,n.,.nt.drtlMmrn.. I doomed to d.e, and Death .hall be eaecutor. All IV1 advertwmtvt will TecanecttM monihlt. '...,, m ep vsr(y..frt(mnti1fii'rwf' Detil. it m'gt.tyj ay, even tu he Ircadt upon AH .Wen tAien&memtf&tbtiKpfinMvlthUfahtii cIitofojr moittliiy, he hurli de thim. Th4 rait of ehtHet are riven in lh above stale, and rrtr-Utaneet for Hwtm American advertise ments, or SttSMripttOfls may h rfidn by bank Hits, coin...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 December 1884

-ar ? The Clrrlrtmnlnr, ThT tra Iron Lie In th flft irlllij orUiolox church. OH Pnraon Thorn, who for thi Inst forty ycnn hnrl jr:n a talthftil stu-plicnl to hU flock, no lonfrr-r occuplwl tlio fitfitt. llycsellle n ntruglln? Iittl himtot when tbn gnol mnn first muiw Ihrro, nti'l he) dad vvn It prow to a thriving, Ijmflhijr bmn. Willi this materis! clmnz thorn hail rKiliuilljr cnnw a conTjrnilinjf sinrltual alteration In Ihn tnlmli of tlie cliurrli-gnnr, nml they U-nn to tin I tho nrm' flmplo cirosltloti uf tb tllrln truths n trlflo too qnlet mill slow for tlu nTfrms!vr) pint which nnlmntol them. An to tt.o rron's t.'rrmnl worth ami Christian humility there was tio question, lit his theology was not nbrralt of tlio tlmos. At first ths murmur of iliacontoiit wero hclnl from only a fe, l,ut tins f ivlltij rwmpd to Im t-cnitsfriou, oml n time wore on It grew Itmngfr, until there could U- only ono poml Ll climax tlio suptilantlng of the prevnt rattor by n younirr and moro adtnneol clert...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 January 1885

Saturday Press. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 3, 1885. Whole Numijer 227. Volume v, Number 18. 4. Rf B x .&., H 111 r tv r rs 1 A PA BAULK, Being an Krpbtltlon of F.tteneanlrm. Tki XtU, ir'H't tillitftVnmtn eLlft dieieei III e--i Kingdim tail A certain nobleman about to go To a far country lliat he might receive A klnplom for himself ami then return, CalleJ hi ten servants, and to each of them Entrusted ten pound, saying unto them Use ye thl money till t come af-sln. Note that these men were hli own servants.who Dwelt In hit kingitom, anj not aliens, Not enemiei. not strancers to hi law. Theie servants of the Lord received the trust Of tradinc with the trust-fund till he came To make K!n fr '' Kingdom of their Lord, Wherein they all were equal, and were free, Hut for the duty which they owed to him. There were some olher. not hit aervanti, who Hated the common right which he ordained, Seeking their own rile, selfish Interests. Theie sent a message up to him, saying We will...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 January 1885

"SsJys- I I , I ICT.W.I ll IB. I .. ,.,, 111 "I.'.T . S SATUKDAY PRI2SS A Newspaper Published Weekly. iuiw KsVEirrow $5.00 urn. w wra Forettn subeervptsane f-A es in $ V. anew unit: to Iheet drstiaatWvri. ..slUKDAY . JANUARY j. i5 ,-iitr .i.v urr.inr.irn.vr.xr. The San Joe 'limes of December 5th, gives the following as Judge David ton's remarks on leprosy in Ins ler'.ure on liaw.iii, given at the tlieatic of that city on the ath " It may be communi cated by shaking hands or by sleeping on a mat that has l)ccn Used by a na tive who had the disease. The disease, he said, hardly ever made ijs apteyfviite ance in less, than seven years, aii ?-' . '.'!'. mentioned acaseofa manwjwj showed i was unknown or very imperfectly un svmptoms of the djscascinctecn cars derslood and men, Using by the ch.ise before it made its awrtoar.inc.e No one or i,v pastoral pursuits, made constant Oio visits thejvflandi can come away who vims mu-rsi.intis liii iuuii. mm.j feeling sttli it they have not caught ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 January 1885

'"-fly.wTgy " Fs V 1. II h u r-'-v t r4 K 1 3- SATURDAY PRlCv5i5 ADVERTISING RATltS IN PRESS Mtaturrd In Inchti. Pull tolumn tf Saturday Pren ii ii Inches long Oee Time. One Month I srt-eVe, M likrt t t. 1 " t.t. " t.to . . 1 ;; . trcumn $ 6,t 1 column t&en . . Mch ftJdltrul Inch fnlttl t KjkH ilJitknAl Inth )i,-oeitra. lien 9.5a II.CM I . 16.01 . r-Ms ScofJ Inwrtl&n 4 rl charil for f.nt InwrtitMi. F-jwK julJit.on1 mftnih J rte cWfrtl for Am month MIowhI tlltcuuni of one iMro from ( me, tilth rt for irtftweni UnrtiifiMML AU loenl JmllmM wttl I rIlf .. montMf, All fttfttl jTtflJmMrt mttl fee eomrtl with lhPfhn onleretj-b, or no tuMlee ili be uktfl ol 1 htm, Hie reiM of (Kir r fi-ven in the Ahore t(, nJ rrmittjincn far Ijittem AmcrKfti wl-rertUe menu, or kuttrfipof mir he nu.le djr NtnV bit), coin or potl money o-n.lt n. SATURDAY.. JANUARY . ill TIIKTK.I(!ltKII1 Th'trCmMrrntlnn IaimI .ffffHiltty rtmf Tif'i'Mf. The teachers of lUwali nel held their on nut Convention Tot 18S5, d...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 January 1885

"" H""" "- " naKmow.wu! -tijiai' i','iroyw'wijwwafM;i wr- C" tutiuiu of 4it.tlim ami wage lacr where Ihe) will work ho injurv Is sun ilr to abolitri ihcm rntirely Thii cannot be done by any little sit, by-ten movement It tan only le done ly a great popular upheaval of the )cole il.rct ted to lint end. lint ht ii njfMialrm ? Capitalism ii that twtt of wealth nel to ntd tabor to jKttlttfe moe wealth. Till in a nutshell w the deflnttton of neatly all potttteai economhts. We arccpt the tleffrthrtm Now, ,i cajrstnl U that furl rf tctufh used to akl labor to fmiutr rtprr srWM, doe it not nccctMril) fdltew that capital it the result of labor ? If it does not, then wealth is of spon UneotH growth. I ilwr applied to In ml produces all wealth. I-and is the repository of all things that wealth is made from Capital must, it seems to me, be some thing that lalmr ran use to pmslure more of the same lind of a thing. This certainly eliminates land from the catcgoiy of wealth, !ecause labor cannot t...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 January 1885

Saturday Press. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 10, 1885. Whole Numiier 228 Volume v, Number 19. "V fXs li tf Ii M w " 't r i -i , V " irrrrlrf. The IiIca of a being, haH wolf, half man, ami posting also man) dcnoini acal attributes, Is a very curious piece of old-vrorlii superstition still to lc found in s, cry many Huiojicnn countries, and strengthened, no doubt, by the dis cos cry, at times, of children who have been carried otT and cared for by wolves who preferred the r61e of foster-mother to that of devourer-an occurence of whtch there arc frequent proofs on record. The wild and howling night winds, the Maruts that gac the name to our too familiar nightmare, may have given the first notion of demon wolves to the trembling listener ns they passed shrieking by his solitary tent or hut. on the strength and fierceness of the shape. animal with his skin. The myth of the place, giant wolf Kcnris, the offspring of evil !.oki and the giantess Angutboda, who created snch a disturba...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 January 1885

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