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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 January 1885

I N K SATUKIUY I'KKHM AUVnnTisiMo hatha in pnrtss i. i .1 n.iu.i.a i i , . a . . M(.in,t m mines ran "''' KoD injunction no tencner tnon need rule llic question Am I vr.irr.niteil il,, i i!,r .-ilin iiiiiiiil .iiiltintilirs nrp fltitl stiii cut ililc'ron-ii lint s of it ucncr.1 avowedly nil the side of lh.it teat hit ! turn whose work h ct to lie ln-mm niid who duly rniplmiiici llii feniiirr of Irichat Img 0(m Mown Pit" Pr)t tllM inch I I m I ' t - t I ; us . ' t t. ' i S mImur M1" lirha.MltaMl rll nmiixin. I rl h addMtrMt Mctl II Wt.iM, Seoiml l.,ieitl. H t.le eftrej fr M lfll, I,t,l. .Wll,.l nnmh U rate thit,l f.w M nnlh A.1,,tlHMlt otvImmI I rr nltf wftMrit wttl I . l.iI t, mowM? ( Iht ,.t. rse f, imenih 4T II ir.. IVmW rn tftAKt A nt w, er ..-J . .i,pmim i,rM imtm rrriwi ih. ,r iismstirt i4.ttltaeire,tt. I Me. lie ,$t. l reies whUh sll, 'J . il,fMM r.1 in Aii i.l d..tftt.rtl ft -roiltd monthlr ept IteMe aJ,.rtlwn.rH4Ar, rVl AM fVetgn n,,trtrmrnl HWMI I rwtr.mf,t tth the p.. h.r ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 January 1885

wr-vs-.- ' 'j,-,.-i.rpM nfV.f "r-rtr - X4F M'. f'fr-eiiMrtMflre, ' Mm I iiiiim Stih, tlnnc cuecr At tlie Opera Ccnniipir, in I'arn, I1.11 pi mm ucr w mail) iiiiiiiiici?, nai ticcit tcrmlly tlir irtiient of .in tinuiiml rmnttliinent llir grr.ilcii lutlirrto of feretl to nn Ainrru nn ..maef I lie ret cut ttaltlf of llrllinl, i rrittrtl lit linnor of llir lomiHwrr, nt Niiplc, .mil which tcptwcnU htm M thr pi mo, it rtlto atlmtieil with fuur liernlnnilit elllRy of lili riroriie nperiu, itt thr evnr;i) ror iin of tin? twite!.! Norma Amln.i of "Mninmilrtiw," lUvIm of 'Turitfinl,' mil Ciinllifttrt of 'Ronini nml Jiillei" llii(r, the clturtiricM wlctttftl. 'lite Atnlnn of Mile Nevoid, liming mrt ith t mnhkle favor in Itnl), 'he hit Ittfn ohrn n. one of the four , ami hrr llm?tiiiwnl Iwve !wcn poqiftitnU'il In nwthte well jmiilil? without .1 sitllns; from the nrtlm hem-lf (looil hhotugMlih, tirmvscr, li.nc mule the iihene;, o it I. viiil tcry ..tif.i imy Mr. Hferlier, wiii to ! cxpertcil fro...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 January 1885

S ATURD AY PRE 18 8, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY ,7. 1885. V VOLUMB V, NUMHKK 20. Whouj NuMiiuii 229 I. IfJSr F r.-f J h i' rnuincrm: rtitirr fit Vffttl I'juill lltl-sae, liitlttrln Hfiil . lHr J far. Hri'l Mean,.!., Vtttl riinl fraaaitr, I'tthll nntl I'.renni7, HV HON, R. N. CAS1 I.K, The fnlloniiif tables coiiiillc(l on (lie state of w-stRcs In Ktirope, from the careful inquiries nnd reports of the ( (instils, tntin the United States dov eminent, give n pretty ilcnr view of how (hoy rotnjtnfe with whnt In p.iltl In lite United States for the same services . ' and Oft N tl.l VValaa ma'vI ran. rttl rat.- likllr . . Ilixlfilllitt MM1I M .. Ktoti4' iiniliii i. I'lAiurit it in.. riikitrfri1 itnJfft-. SUllll .,!.,,.... Ito.lni 1. ... KoftfirY liitUrpi iMimtfll t. lumtm' iMliianii ( af(tnlii .ti lUtlllUli.. .1 ) M il ll 74 in mill at 4 01 t 01 ) IJ II ID jn . 7 ' 4 l 1 II I" '4 " 1 7 i l I 1 tw in m 7 M I 4 A 4 14 il tf iwi i 1 I, I 01 I 1 in m I t-l f n( M s M 14 IM 1 Prt I H I ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 January 1885

. mmmmmm nwWjg fmJtp fiOT'ij t?mn,fngp4i '4 tWWg3ft,JaMyTT 1 -garwy ii. MATUKlJAV PKICSH r mi WMmirrhm $$., i u.iu, inner I inn atnarttatlna tA t In f s AiMt lhlt ilrmife liAIIIMDAV JANUARY 17, KM rut; Tttiiwnv. Opinion i uiicftiilnij, llie lii.tl nf II. A Itrlilgc for the klllitiK nf l.ccmnnl I'.ilten it tlislilcil The (lUt of (he cUilrnrr I flvcn In another (oliiinn, The tiplnioti of tlitur who lliink the sc-r.ini It iimJihI it k'hoii In s minimi nti itlnii In fltiiithcr M)ition oflhr piper Our iinn opinion in ill it, if ihu lie fiiuhnl Irrliesrtl (lull hi own life atul tlittt of lilt wife were in ilniRer, liin duly wat lo pill I'.ilten imilcr lunula, In Irep the ponce Al the wne I line, the eiidriiri' convince ui th.il the ile frml.nil iliil liclleve hit life in tinnier .viul when iiiiAikeil nctcd Instinctively In 11 If ile feme We think the iMedy It. in all it ph.itf., A Milcnm ssarnini!. If tint troKCily ail' '" "l,re UP0I this people the vinrtfiy of the in.itri.ine relation on...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 January 1885

1 ( V. N I Kfe r I ,r? t 4a i ? HATIIKDyW I'KKSS ADVmtTiniNo ATns in prosh Manured In IncliM. I'nll tolnmn of Katuntar I'nii i.t ,ithat lonf One rim ()M MiwiiS 4 tVi, S In-li im I " I e j ;; j-m i : I t J M ? I ..i itVw I. )!! fcsslumn $ I nn .i. i Aittimi rr3i , .. . ..... . ii. i ... -i i .i. .. ..... .-.. tl'.mli..l.liilml IihIi r-m m luminal imn ,,! .ir". K.sttesirai rVcrm.l lnnlrt Jf rie triarf'l t first Insertion, l-srli a-lillllnnat month H tliri f'rf Ami . Villi Ailerllwmitfl ordered In for t or mm nimithl will l tltaral for mniMs at H l' tela ' IWt mmiiri " llminrse Cards wlicn rrifV tr fri,rt tit Nrtwl a illeilnt (done t hint ttvm ll.eee Inn, wlilrh rt for ((ancient adt-ertlsemrnts. All I'Knl adtrnleemertts will I. .olleried moniMir, re, eit yearly advertisements .i." AitrAmt Alt fixelen itttlMnf rml.t I imtpenled wild lrt pay alien nrilered In, fir inr WAf alll I raWn lit Idem 'the rales df (hereec ere glsen In the ilwi wale, and remittances f.ir l-astern American adeeill...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 January 1885

zs r&r-r "" - .,- t-ri..arrMir5eTr Ut Thtmhrr ! l'(i tlmlrra iltrtn (Junllnn I lilTon SAfimiiAV I'tlRs Sir III the Nurnnlirr minilifr nf llie Hawaiian Miiiitlilt I ivliillifil niintnaijr iiflli" rfH "I Dr, Koliril KikIi on hit liivf tll;alioin of the caiit of elmler til tf tlio torirlutl'itit lie liail mil fnl l m llm tulijecl 'I lie iiilillcallnii ultlie Muntliljr linvlni; lorn illii)ntliiiiel, I wouM V )nm In llie narnettf tcltrillfie fair play tu iniMitli the Mlriwlnc cilllcittii til l)i. Kocli ' ifm liy an l!"i;llli wiltrrtvliii I will known lu Ihe nii-ilkul nnflim ami wlm uliom him elf l l' msetti nfn I'iImI inlml at well I In hive Ihc faculty of clear nhil ncrlirslr esprettlein Your trnlj, C. T. KoiMirm M, I). I lonolulii, January (,, 1BS5, 1IIK AKTICIC. lets! year, when the Merman lmwrlil (inerinnitril aent Dr. Itnlwrl Kittli ami lilt rnmpinl'mi In India In pmwiilp Ihrlr Inveall I'.ill'in of Ihc raiitr nl rlnilrn, IIiiIUIi men nf ar-lrnre fell n rcrlari sent" iif liarne 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. — 24 January 1885

Saturday Press. m Volume v, Number 21. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 24, 1885. WllOLK NtJMMiR 23O. i . v. i- ?i A. f M m. II. I . 'M . u- ; 3 I'KOTKIiriri! T.I HI ft', lie rffrrl ''mil H',ffre, fttittlrlee nttit I'.r Ijpen; litre and l'.lielieret I'rtnt and Vrreent, I'utdlr and Wanim. IIV HON. & N. CAM Ln. (Ceiulwteil.) The lion. Joint llriglit tlic co worker of Kichnril OiUlcn, in.tlic repeal of the IIrilili Corn Jivni in i8,6My that since llic mlopthm of free trade, the 1 rice of food and hours of labor have diminished, while wages haw doubled, that nlthough trade in I'.ng land is momentarily depressed, the dc prcMion is lar (renter in protection countries like Russia, France and America. Lord Dtinrnvcn reilics that wages have risen more in America than in England, that American workinginen arc much better off ami that tens of thousands of English artisans are thus Attracted to America, that the trade of Russia, France nild America in the last seven years has been rapidl...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 January 1885

;? rfi j &- m-tP VSZ i 1 I M SATtJKDAY PWIiSS it? w i mirtw $5.00 . wm n wuut $. y. til $? 5. v Koroma to ihif fntuwiton SATURDAY , JANUARV ,, ifj f llnrrrnmnil nnil tit hnm'r if I'nm mrrcr 'I lie protracted negotiations between the Hawaiian Government and the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce have so far resulted in nothing beneficial. 'I he street has been brccy with rumors and the minor mcrrliants disquieted with alarm ; but, after all its lalxr, the mountain has brought forth a mouse and one that threatens to nibble the currency cheese Mill more to our injury I'he oltitation Is briefly this : (t ) Wc have a recently enacted gold law which practicilly makes both Hawaiian and American coins subsidiary (2,) We have far more silser coins in the coun try than is needed for "change" only. (3.) According to in inexorable law, gold and siher (that is, silver of less intrinsic value than gold unit for unit, dollar for dollar) cannot circulate to gether at par if silver be in excess of the...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 January 1885

& I s . h SATURDAY I'KISSS ADVERTISING RATES IN PnESS Measured In lnehi. Toll column of Saturday Presi t i- Incite Ion? On Tim' 0m ,lo",h W,'V' t ten J-OrJ . t if in' h t ! l ' .Jo 4 75 J column $ Boo I column l&oo " l-aeh addi'ibnal inch m cents estra. Il-arhaddlllanal Iran il.soesira. k 8.s I ..J l&wi SeeonJ fnirilon H rsre ehra;ed for first Inwttlon. Each additional monlh i rate charged for (irt month Advertisements ordered In for 3 of more monrht will b chirged for monthly HI 'A th rile for fir month. Nut 1 little inures! is manifested here at '"' "'" prr-ient oscr lh prospective riult of tlie The redding of I)r. Nathaniel nriglil Kincr dclilieralinns of the railroad magnates now In sun, to Miss Sarah Ouauelh 1'iercc, last ae-wlon, ami knovsn as the Tramcontinental Thursday night, hat been the most notable so-, Kailro-id Convention, The future percentages' clal happening of the new )car. Wl.l.linur.v fil.Vl'MMK.irO.V. sheet all the clothing they were en sbled tovtve,...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 January 1885

m,i!, iMimr.xxmmmMmxs.ia:ciiSi9&lKfn'f''f'StuSS?GIl7rfV -M X. Mralolitferirant Krpotltlon byn I.oenl Ap'tttr. Pnlrr,. C.rif.nAV Pbr.Cr Vour , Umtm... t n1,1l.h.nf m mevlous communi- cl!onsanl yo.1r9.vov.al in a recent Issue nfi your valuable journal of the adoption of the bwautlfol ientlment of Professor Gifin.m of the John HofAln's University, concluding with the noble word?: "Never be afraid of Ih'etruth" entourage me In the fillowing comment Uwn j-mir article heided " DestructionIsm." "Vouhavc put n ffighteninp, capon your lieliy (Destruction IsAi), but upon closer In spection tint cap don not Tit it; and seems to hate been exchanged erroneously with that of an old wretch, who travelsand linpmcs upon man kind under a " latv-and order" rapj or else your comiiosltor (perbatis another of those terrfWe " Destractlnnists") mint have vtmltirnl on untiithorlm! rnolification df)our copy. Tor i you say t " It is the ultimate destruction of esrttirp; Involutions and the establishment o...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 January 1885

t Saturday Press. , Volume v, Number 22. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 31, 1885. Whole Numiier 231. & -T 1 ) L II! nf ii, ' ". .' "Halurdnu Apernoon. ' Miss Hird, in those flowing senten ces of hers, that fall so musically on the ear, speaks of Hilo as the place where it is always Saturday afternoon. Just what that may mean for hef, ling li.li born, I do not know. Hut for mc, of N'cw-Kngland birth, it is full of pleas ant memories. My eyes never rest upon that expression in her psjes,but at once the long interval of years slip away,aml 1 am bark in my Ncw-Kngland home once more, in the vdry midst of the thrift ahd energy and industry of that childhood life. Will you go with me into one of those "Saturdiy Afternoons," and gather up with me those fragrant memories, fresh and vivid still, though the dust of so many years has been gathering about them ? Hut first of the Saturday morning.fbr like everything else peace payYitTpricc. We cannot have the "sweet kiss of meeting," yo...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 January 1885

SATURDAY PRESS A Newspaper Published WerWIr. mm jimirws $5.00 1 im. 11 ihuci r oreirn subscriptions f 4 $a to $f.s.e, ccurdmi( to their destination VATUKDAY . JANUARY ji, 1M5 ai.wvt. urKiyi.r.r. We believe that President elect Clevetarul it jcrfcctly sincere in his determination to live tip to the spirit of the civil seuirc art. 'I he belief is warranted h) the rerord of Mr. Clcsc land's ofiiual life. As an Ameriian, the writer is jlad for his rountry that one of the chief issues ol good govern ment promises sui ccssfully to le tarried forward tinder a l)emorati adminis (ration; Imt as residents of the Hawai ian Kingdom wearc glad for another rea son. The spirit of Mr. Cleveland's civil service promise will kcepConstil DavidA. MiKinlc) in the office he so worthily tills. Seldom or never hasa consular office heen more e onomically managed.more hitlifull) scrvi'd,ti)orcol)ligingly tended, more satisfaUorilly filled. It is true that Mr. MuKinley's Americanism is decidedly "Western." He...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 January 1885

if 'I. Hr H 3 - f 11 SATUKDAY PK1-:S ADVCHTISINO RATES 111 PRESS Mrimred In Inth-l Fill! column of Saturday Inches tone; One Month 4 k- The progress of fruit culture atlianccd a the anil I hase siiilcrl over five hundred. I those Ammuns could believe- after the et Press One Mm ii intli S l.c I " i. jo t " J i ;; i J " 4 t " S jo column i Srt.. I column nw.i .$ .on w Jto 6.J. E.r 95 tl v. t , $ 6.04 "Kaih additional Inch ft cent eatra. Ihachaddiiionillnch ir.soeitra. Second lnrtton H rate charged for firt Ine trion Kach additional month 14 rile chirged far firM month Adertiment ordered In for $ or more month wilt Le chirked for monthly at J the rate for firu month t4T Htiin Card when frrfaM for ent ytar, are allowed a discount of one thlrtl from tfirte rate, which re for transient advertisement. AU local adverlltement will Ucollerled monthly, ef.ep1 yearly ftdveni-etnent . at Amt Alt foreign advertisement mut 1-e accompanied with the pay when ordered in, or no notice wilt be tilten o...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 January 1885

Ittf tnrfftium Itiyrti Imhittry I-ast week we gave some mite-. frmi an nddrevi of Prof H W ile, sugar ex:rt of the U S hctKuttnent of Ag nrulttire, with reference to the produr tion of licet Migu in California We promised ali to r resent (crtain facU and opinions, relative to the sorghum sugar industr), which has been jealously promoted both by scientific cx(crts, and by those who have invested money and time in the various enterprises which have been undertaken at various points at the Fast This matter we now take up from a s:cial report of the Department of Agriculture on Northern Sugar, which has just been published. 'I he factory mentioned is that at Kin (irandc, New Jersey, which has t'irned out the largest product of any establishment of its kind. I irst, we shall present a summary of the views of Prof. Wiley on the up rising and general condition at present of the sorghum interest. In his address before the Louisiana Sugar Planters' AiSfM iatimi last month, he spoke as fol ln...

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 February 1885

U..WJ.MJJV-: twnsi,,fmppwfpi afcl iftl M ' Twrw.. - vr-nr-' '"sj" - '1r'"5'm7'''9!,lf?J,Ts' ' wmipn! yr T ''" U'UPy r-r i wit-. i.mii i, impiui Saturday Press. h VOLUMK V, NuMKER 23. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUARY 7, 1885. Whole Numher 23. . . i i r 1 ,f senator', 11 (.loir. 11 1 SUp)OSC you gentlemen spend a The senator himself was not dead, great deal of time in here ?" she said but in the prime of life and well and "It must Lea plate of great value to actuc most of the time not cry far Uou " remote during which the widow Hour- "Well, no; I haven't come here jet uhed His name was not Smith , but very oltcn myself," he was obliged to tint natronvinic will' serve luni well enough cthaps in connection with the present chronicle The widow's name was Clinch Caroline her friends called her. She "was a little woman with a good figure, n fate neither handsome nor homely, but prepossess ing The first time the senator met her he thought she was decidedly at tractive, and she won his a...

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 February 1885

isA'l I WDAY I'KISvS L r Nwp.pr Pob'IsV.I Weekly ltUJfllrBPmS$5.oo ..V W1WI Forvieii swt'SirirjtKKts 14. 9 to $?.. a r'trmiit m 'hm rfe i,.tKrfi FEBRUARY ,. .M, SATURDAY. nit inn v.i.i uirn A ikkhI woman hat been taken from 8. . our midst, and the ! m in the truest .... , , , sense a imiiiit una in annuicr milium t printed an outline sketch of her busy and useful life, and the sermon tributes of Rev. 11. C. Ogjrel and Kev. A. O. F orbes. tt'e are glad that this jraper lias been made one means of helping tn tvrniiiisi fhr mimnrv nf nnc an . , ,, .1 1 , i riehival by all who knew hci ' BKXxyVBtXWtWJA riin rni.w.tr i.vi mv Rev. A. O Inrho is a gentleman ' f' whom the writer has esteem. His1 sincerity is un.p.estinned. His useful- ncs in the sphere he has chosen to work in h not les unquestioned. Hut we cannot agree with bis conclusions on the subject of admitting unrestricted r hincse immigration. Ff the Chinese who go to the United Slates or come to Hawaii eouid ix nssimiiatcci in a g...

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 February 1885

tWHR m ir . Rt r . : I rap it; R r, ) SATURDAY iji.i."v:u a I .'-' ADVHRTISINO RATES IM PRESS Measured In Inches. Full column of SituriUv PftH Out This.. -i laches ferns; On. Morrtrs 4 1t. .S tm . J . J.JO J 11.40 I $ l5.cn H imh t I v t " t9 J J-" ' I"" I " if U enldmn t 1 t-s eohtmit ifl. lra reh aMnlml IfMli TI mn estra. Ifjih JJ.lljml Iwh If. W extra. Scconil Itwettlwi l( rate elMrjtJ fr firil Imertrari. E.ui additional nwmh Js rate charted far rtrsi month AJrrrtifflM oedfrej Its tnr 5 or RIM nssntht will t t "itrje'l for monthly at JJ lh ratt fir Am memth. Bumfee Cards ssfcetl frtlttJ Artnrttar. at ati. wed a tiscfmnt of our third mn tier, mtts sshkh at f r transient advertisements. All at a It rr.mefilt wtH t eotleeted monthly. ei et-t yearl advettl-ieii.sr'i". tihmt. All forein advertisements mtssl Is aceonpaflW ith l e paf fceit ordered ll, or no Amur will l taken of Ihetn. The rates of chauea are rrlven in th auisc t !e, a-vl remtttarseee fur rsrn American adsems merit, or ...

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 February 1885

suiatur :.4jiget her a ilerkthii'inoiie of the departments, he answered urornutlv that undouhtcdls he would " I should be so cr grateful to luin. If he would, and to jou, too, Mr Ihonipsflii, she added, wiping the teats from her eye. " I should like a liwltion in the dead letter department better than anywhere else, I think. There are a good many ladies there, oti know , and I've heard that some of them get as much as fifteen hundred dollsrs a )ear. I'he senator could get me one of those places scry easily if he would , couldn't he ?" Thompson was truthful enough to acknowledge that the senator was not omniM)tent , hut there were some things he could not always arrange just as he desired Yet what she wished might prove to be within the limit of bis power. He promised to mention the matter to the senator the first hvornblo oportunit) I he widow had the mumps and was exceptionally ill, too, considering the disease , but 'I houison did not let his mind dwell on the fact much after he h...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 14 February 1885

,." -$ Saturday Press. tN Volumb v, Number 24. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUARY 14. 1885. Whole Number 233. 'i r 1 ft . IS l.' IIOHHtHIHII llll.il.yi. Inilatlrlat, .iirlrullurnt, tie. An Australian )cr ailucci tliat coal be fed to pigs as an adjunct to tlicir rceular food. I en ne asteroids or minor planets wtrc ill ovcreti during 1 88 1, making the total number now known two hun dred and forty Cue. All the dniocrm were European aMromers. At the Health Inhibition in London tlicrr wat in ojujiaiioti n bakers oven provided with n glass door and illumi natcd by incandescent electric lamps, so that every object in the heated in terior is visible, and a loaf of bread which shows signs of scorching can be attended to at once. The cxcriincnt of lighting the United States steamer Trenton by electricity (incandescent lights, of course), lias (.roved so successful that the Atlanta, lloston and Omaha are also to be lighted, and as the plant for each steamer will be furnished by a different...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 14 February 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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