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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 21 March 1885

Saturday Press. "v j HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MARCH 2., .885. WllOLK NuMIIIiU 238 VOLUMK V, NUMHKU 2( X r ir - I ,"t 11 .iii. u 1 II....W ih hay " paial WaillM ith enel trjid o'errnwf, ey craiterHtt; palms, I1ut t .a Hh Wkm'i wMertad mi Then.. I. a.f.tyoe'th.eliy, n A xl neatli the aifswofcaa ay the tea F . lr Arer reem rf f .HaWrwae. I.V'f .y fragrant tweata rae stwrrt calms i ... tt at, aad 1 am reft thooftlt ' Ue.kl. Oabf s hhmi tkW hltit. I igtV f.r out UjrvftJ th. Jimesd a.. Tiat Unh and jAy at-. fafaettet eraee.. And elfirt iH tfrraws of stef mMW in rit,ht On UiwHr, Wtftner hays f lira, to r. On far oT low's eternity. HonaM. March v iMj. S. F- Maai llf.l.V.I .1 JfirinrW Doe anyone know aught of primeval Liluitu, I wn.iilcr, mare thin this that slit w.n (Kjpulotis and paradisical ; thit the vm vit in the face of her, and tiie ,i laved her shores night and day ? Of all the mt'tt, tongucd trippingly from generation to generation, tli.it now seldom scclc to beguile the more wor...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 21 March 1885

SATI'KDAY lKLiSH A Nfppr I'uWI.h.J WffWlr un Hwwtms ?s.w i mt n imvr f wdt rHtl H j. t t . urns, to I" d-mi" I....J IK. I'KH.HS I'llltLISIIINO COM PANY. (Lhnltfd ) IIIHO THRUM PiIm Mat Mm R 1MITII tMnwry aMI IrMHMW SATORDAV , MAHCII ii, iMt 7V Sttnidiif i'rtn and Mfimtg (t'uJt, together witk tkt nrm, hmtk and lit frintittf 0k frpm whtfk thi) flint, art itne tktfrtftrty fn trganmd com .!. Mr T. G Tkmm, 'A has ? carried on the oniintlt, Mil tnfttfd, ttMftntrtly, Ur petition Mumigtr. The rttndt of rtorm J frogrtst thrpurkemt tW iilandt art atM to Jo inV thtj can l ttrtngthtn tkt infutnct and extend tkt mtfmlneu of Ikt Siturdin J'rm. nwivt.r i.tiiri. The rommeiH fluent of the reign of KaljkaiM wo tiltcrl In willi a great llournh of liigh-vouiuliiig aiim and aspiratiom llwt promised for the gocxl ol thi land and cplt' llooulu hlmi inrreiH" of the nation h.n licen freely uetl h and in Iwlialf of the king from the day of it, utterance in hum meeting at Kautnakapili Clmrcn to this licnccr c...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 21 March 1885

it r li i ,"t AllVKllTIKINO ItAmS IN I'RitSS MhihIkI Ia l(hi I'.ll CkIhiwi of 3atiir.t7 'H I lllM l( Una I CW liH i ala. Iiwi f " .a. J 1 " ! fP i " i ,a It ?t f-lt tt SI.IW 14 m a i" .)ti I IMM lJ . ftW lihU)lK Htiiua. Haiti .MHWi twn ll.wattra. $! ImMikw H ita 4fl far fint tftwtttm, falls Hltl XOMh M tl Iltflftil fa rttl aaMttt ,s,tntf.lU w4sst bhr t nt i Ian i ramaMtrt will s. rltar,! M ...! M H Iht i. V IStl iwwrtK. fr mv Canlt tinvv4( pftiv kH4 a rftapftum IWM IFAm h4 mim. Mth f f.i immlaM aaiwatsaatnlllllt. All lAt ftjritlmm lt W nHl(l miwihlr ttr t,1t 4iiiairfa)t.aj . .ita. . AH MM lttsUamnm BWMI t afeaMwld Hh ttia r7 .h.. tttttt tfl, art It. Anfk will ha tftt.fi ill it., l him .1 thinttt ara ttsaii l iW tws tal. at .mtManm wt rtlj Aflwi .t.nta mania, f UwfUm maf ti mara b) turns. MlH tl. l W4t WhWMT aailat. SE .. - SATURDAY. MARCH . 1M5 t'rifvarf.ai .Y.laa, A A little orrf fiftj- mitts noitliwetl fiom Sin 1'unrisru, ilmattM In the liratt nf Sonoma rountj It .Santa llou. III ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 21 March 1885

tni Frrtn S.e. Tlic following an unt ot the 1'rrsi tlrntUt liiiijiit.iliiii is tunilcii.i-tl fcom llic Sun rrnmiHo )sncte rrcsulfni cltrl Ovrlaml Veil Altn, New wk, br ?rhti irnii), at ft is r m on the tttvitit. f Mufrh jtil I ht Xiilrnttal wiii) iirtiml hi a hi nut on At sctrn oilwV im the inmninK of the lli 'hinton tli'twti It of llic .itli itut , utrs that, 'item In thr hnion nf the) unimry has a wrtiicnt twit tnaupim tnl in tits? rstwro-c of so v. a imilli tmlf, urn with smh unitrrl voitiIfu iinUlm.' Thru wctr at hrt 150,000 strsnfm fn th 1 ttv SmrnU woe rtntwl islfWfc tlw entltp mute, ami Ntl- .mtV. windows ami tltxwM ).- in fuel ctcty ai-siUltie ire vt.n (H rttpicHl to or!flniry Ity rroivtl. of llil seer. I he Mttw wrrp pMifiisfM) ifiviifnli'tl ami renn)lrnU rmi? was nimlr cfUHy Altmt lor with us miiulrfitr.s lunnfn, ami Mncn ami tlruce drotl itml llnltering from tofmrc to rutii am! w)mlcil Itom roof to rtxif (men ftom nil wtfotn of the L'nkitt wrte tejwcwnW'il ami mail) rolor...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 28 March 1885

Saturday Press. HONOLULU, .HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MARCH 28, .885. VVnout NuMiiBit 239 Vui.VMK V, NUMUKU ,$0. : l a It" 7 the rArre. of .M.rfr.tN.fl.n. II.H am, Ha ."., llaHemf) A. at " S.1in .1 tSw hr.Me.t tiM KwV MK i)mmIiJ I erwerst it ftfcwn W4 ' Weil KflMlt h aM N vt m iHH a. d.atH " 4t tt eHaM ireaV I) , Smm JflW'n at Wf P ( rvtrt mknmii ky. 0M .JLw M it rttta r Ms, I I SseS W rPW'l W WWH, W )m em sanh alls ifc mM I vT u rt lf m Wh ja I Mm tfck fMT W MWH ) f Then ah the fan Wat., Haj- he v.l and -U, J- Hie its mih r h'fl, Wit ifcej1 h mlfl. OM hmM M lUN f Me, !wH W t lA f Mm, HtntM hi frl nf Mm, 'Aftd tltW.. KIkIh iKwwtgH tht Hue, he faV, Vntm Vmw ias no JV, Chesfi !iV and dudelti KrrMfivmKUftMiimV Mvittt and SHndere-d. TVn they frame Hack, Imt tv. N.4 the- wlvU humlrrd. Man IWH ihvy paid 0,'lKr'wiU that" maa1 The landlady Tnderl 1 1 ww the trak they mJ ' ItcmorOkt KrwcV'e-m Stiff ' On tf a rmndtad A .Wsmlnn, tt tonm ns llio e.n. ilio tlsiiittMi tinrrtr. nml in .iiOitnce mir IwSrolf...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 28 March 1885

SA'I I IKDAV l'KI St-, innMiKTMrwMHm i inn i. mntr 1 4if dun stHapriaa.nitt f t In $t t (nnn to (Mi inwaitii in,! .i i,, it,. 1'iiHii i'iiiiI.imiino Com. I'AMV (Jtmdol) HI it i IIIM M frMMMM kl MtMW It vMIIII trmmr nr& Tpt IsATlJIItlAV MAHC.M .. -u lit rittlt,IV Pirn (!( MM HI g i, m.h, hiftlhtr mtk Ihr nmi, W iml i. imtwf ftjfc from H'hhh thtv hint, ,i ,!, thtfnrl pfitHiirxiiHtttifft'm f:i Mr T t, ItMm, fvht fnii in , 'v until on tht hmiHtu, foiiimviffd, i i.mfr, tht fnitltm if manner Iht fntmii tJ rtfmm ilHif fipgrtit Mr.-wi, h,ml tht iittin.li iirt diW all i it , .in l,i ttrtngthtn tht influtwit tin,l tun,l tht mtfnhtu of tht Xifuri.n idi II ru Him hi nrnnvor vmiii iiiiu.so ext wcti( uill .rotntly tuniI.U ()i,il,..,i wii.ilitc littil in iliHinun l' '"niicilmn with the miI)Jc1 of i,,. ries nf nullum ni.tci (tint hive try long nmin'i lo tinilttilAiiil Its i em '""'' firmi, tunc lif-il tinm istst vscik. ein ttmiiinv- i imliuinMnly tin -kiM thrre month's I lie writer Is -ilcueei ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 28 March 1885

.7 li 'I r w 7 sSATliKOAV PNK.SSS ADVIllirlRINO MATHS IN I'lirtf.S M..iiin,l In Inthos I'sill Hilnmn ' Slnntr I'tMt I , Inn (m Ms-mi h t V i t ! (lit 1m 4 imti i m f " IP i vm 1 M " If ty mImmh I Inn IMKh 11 iiWMW mwi n ". MilH.t.it.t! tfh Ji.tHftir. 5nn-l Iwtttn K rt Hf fl fAr Arl InwiilMt ImK ..!.. tntM. nwmiS tal that. IW fi.. A.IfUmint nrtlrtnl l fw 5 or rniMf rtmit I1I t iMr(l f mrtnitily ( )( lit mi f-r (Wm mwmI. itf" Hum ft i H ffM A-mt ftt, At All H tt Mini tfnm iMm frm iiii ti, Mh t f i iminifnt iUttiiimnikt U 1. ! .lriiMRMnH W W wltl4 m.mihlv, All fflti Aiwtttmnti rotul t rr)fnilil lili tin iy lWn nriHrtil In, nr w notrr will 1 (Vii nl tl)M Hit rt f rhiM avn (n tli hm ml itt. mnMtma tnt KMrrt mtlmn .Uit( miU, mt mhrrtp(lnn4 tiMjr ! mn y Writ Mil, itn nf Mt ftntnot ufitt. fiATUMOAV.. .MAKC11 bH, i Ms I'lirMftitM .ltt. A I, I Mil ltfrn oriutloiinl several limn In IikiV out fut " notllict" If I wished Id know, from ciptiltncr, what illsngrecnlile weather In Cali fornia was, K...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 28 March 1885

I-J r ImI I nn l,IH til t ritlnnii icr iinitit llmi it,, o mm in ijiiii.i uti Ih-Iiik, pif liinil Tur nn mltfliKP iimhi kluuttmiii ll wfl rrjmitml HI ( nlinltii, Mnttli i sill. Ilwl Ihr'f '""I mlii.illv l'cn n 'illlnlnn lxlri'ti lht Kninn mill llic VflmiiH I'lic IMn (itulol tt Iho t'liiiie' ( .mrirtmcni li i rtuketl llic innli.Uloti nf tin- Uiilicil SiniWrtlili lrrnnrp, liiit I'fcui ilrnl C'levelnntl i not illr!Wil in inter ttnr I lie U'noluitti imiinl nnknlinA luw licrii liniti('illy onlntunl li the i rci linn of iflnipnrfii) ultiKtuici 'llic wiiiliiieit l llir iwnnl nte nn ilniililt lime II U Miilril in n lletlin ilini.it It l Mnnh I Alii, tlinl lliutmrik, iiuo tlie amiililiMrltlcniciil of III irrctit Iniiililr with I'halittul, in iiIiik III "lldlc ill Hnriiie Willi Unwin to nii'it wnf It in Mid tlint So roliirlcs ltnntil mill liiMtiliit mill ttorncv ( .oiirriil ( inil.ind luc flutupil In nit Moirltm In the Hlmni Sciiiiorhl Unlit, nnil it it pro liitcitlli.il lie will won icciiro ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 4 April 1885

Saturday Press. . HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 4, 1885. Whole Number 240. Volume v, Number 31. I f- Jfc & r vy to! A tlrrrlpt for Sleep Takr of poppies limlfu!t To brush the li Is don soft A night maih, dressrd In shaded greys To hover just aloft, A IniMI tu IwV 111 Rt tli wttwlow, Not round and startnfl;-ri, no f Hut veiled like a fine reserve In mistt, And only a silver bow. Then mleof dreams a dolrn. Changing, lite purple dyei, , Full of purling, dntplng waler, And halhe the tired eyes. Charles Umfa say.! "Imagine a high gile Where (heep follow, one by on. f Of, a rhyme may I chanted backward J Iv'e heard that It could be done Tim with a little ltrownlng. Or 5liakepere sprinkled fine, A thought of Kealt hie thUtledown A went of Tuscan wine. Or, If the iu should be obstinate, Ai a list resort, eschew Alfmelhudt, and try to Veep awake, And you II leep the whole night through I llirtsa Sennit I'm!, In .Vtrriitrwn JiraU. The llMHilmllh ilnn. "Now, see here, my friend," said ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 4 April 1885

$ - fa k a- SATURDAY PRESS A Hewtpsper l"utllahed WeeHy. ismD st bs Bimos $5.00 1 uir. i idi net. f oreicn niocriptlsrfu I e to 1 ,. aceonlinit lo their destination. limed b the 1'RBSS PUBLISHING COM. PAHY, (Limited.) rilOS. (I. lltKlM I'reslJent and Matuiser K S SMIIII Secretary and treasurer SATURDAY APRIL 4. IMS The Siturday I'rtss and Morning Guide, together with the news, hook and job printing office from which they issue, art now the piopertyofan organized com pany. Mr. T. G. Tin um, who has so long can ied on the Imtinet; hai accepted, temporality, the position of manager. The friends of reform and progress throughout the islands are ailed to do all they can to strengthen the injluence and extend the usefulness of the Saturday Press rim sii.rr.it iistu:. Arguments from statistics arc always misleading and generally become fallacious when men lose sight of the history and results of financial systems. Figures do not lie; it is the manipu lators behind them who make them un rel...

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

.7 i I It- w- PV. 1 "" J SATURDAY PRESS ADVERTISING RATES IM PRESS M.aturrd In Inches. Full column of Saturday Preti tt t-f Inches long-. One Time, One Month- 4 weMis. i inch $ i.oi. .t l M 1,54 3 1 M e.30 S6" 1 " 3-M . . i " 4w 8.c 5 " 4 9 5o 6 " 5.50 t.w t ' column $ Inn, .. .. . ...$ifi,or) I rolumn 16.00 J 00 foch additions! Inch J cf)H entra. tKath additional Inch fi.extra. Second Insertion rate charged for first insertion. tUth additional month rate charged for first Month A lvrrti"mrn! ordered In for 5 or more months will be tbrgd for monthly at ) the rate for first month. tT llminrw Card when rtttfj for tttt year, are allowed a discount of one third from thts rates, wMih are for trantient advrtiscnicntv All local advertisements will le collected monthly, eseept yearly advertisements i'1 in adiante All furelgn advertisement must be accompanied with the pay wh-n ordered tn, or no notice will be taVrn ol th'm. 1 he rates of charees are liven In the above scale, and remittances ...

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

. Kb if lr . V o no it mi im in yr.ii:ii:iri:ii max He reached the office bright and early one morning, and as he got the books and sharpened his pencil he wondered what sort of lurk the day would bring forth. Good contracts had been rather warrq lately, and it was about time for things to take a turn. The first uerson to arrive got off a woodrack, hitched his horses and floundered in, bearing with him such a pungent odor of curry-comb and bad tobacco as to set the unfortunate news paper man to sneezing. The high-ll.-nored customer gaped around and then, planting both elbows on the counter, asked ; " I' tli ed'tur in ?" Clerk "Sir- what is the nature of your business ?"' Customer" Wall, I'd like to sec th' ed'tur himself ef I could. I've got a lectle adcrtisemei:l I want printed in his newspaper." Clerk " The editor does not receive advertisements. That is my business. Ilae you got it written out?" Customer (producing a very dirty scrap of paper) " Vaas. I s'posc ye'll prcnt it for ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 11 April 1885

1 " - A, " V Saturday Press. U K .r Volume v, Numher 32. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 11, 1885. Whole Numher 241. y-.fl,gl,-V., , 'i r?r vj Hondrlay. At WalklW wltere lingers dreamy rrsl. Ami joy! as sunshine, lenmelh full and free ; Ah Inere, swett nature t wulj I t thy guest At WaikiH Where leeeres Irealhe an airy harmony. Where lerlt the I'alm am) rreens her plumed trest, While listening la the lore son! of the sea ; There at t lay my hea4 urtm thy Lreast, ArtJ feel the ihrohliings of thy iove for me My heart shall nnd ttl (trait antt eud Its quesl At Walkiki. S. I- Maiik January jr, 188$. .Yetr Ireland rind .Vetr llrttnln. A recent visitor to New llritain and New Ireland, eastern islands of Mela nesia, gives the following account of his observations among the semi-savages of those islands to' the Sydney Daily News. He says: As we approached New llritain innumerable canoes, filled with naked savages, swarmed round sthc ship. The natives were armed with spears and bows and ar...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 11 April 1885

l-CWv 1, SATURDAY PRI2SS A Nppr Fbll.ri.d Weekly nin siBv'ftirrioj $5.00 1 m&. n imihi. roreien eurmrlptlons S jo to $; s. iccormin to then deuwellon. I, .u.J by the PRESS PUBLISHINO COM- PANY, (Limited.) IIIOS. (i 11IKUM Preefclenl and Mioenei k S SMITH Secretary end Trtavirtr SATURDAY APRIL 11, tMj .tl.Oll.t Phe Press welcomes to these Wands Hon. Newton liooth, ex-senator from C alifornia He comes for a brief isit, and it stems .-tuliarly appropriate that at the i-lou- of hi senatorial lalwrs he should !pcnd a season of rest in the island whose inteiests, in the treaty fight that have cropped up from time to lime, he has so faithfully defended. And it will give our officers of govern ment, planters and merchant pleasure to show their appreciation in extending their proverbial aloha duriny his so journ with u. 1 i.kims .v I'imitimr.. While the inclination to deprecate the want of activity in various lines of business is so prevalent that many arc continual!) bemoaning the dull ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 11 April 1885

;v i- ,ir P &?' IV k ft ; SATURDAY PRESS ADVERTISING KATES IN PRESS Menard In Itichei. Full column of Salordav Pren ai i-i Iriehel lonr- On T1"-.. Om Month 4 tki ,S inch S l t t.00 1 M l.$o J to t " f 50 - 1 " 1-M J-5 4 " I . O.Or 1 ;; j - 6 " 5-50 11 00 If column $ S or, f , ..$l&.oo 1 column lfi .... Jiw "Each arJrj.tlotial Inch M centl eatra. th-hiIJitl-nAilnh ll.-ot-t-t. SecooJ late-ilon ii rate tturced for firtl In-rio-i. Each ajditlocal month ) lite chArlfd for firll month 4AaSe-tl.miriti onWrd In for 5 or more month will L. chare-l for monthly at 5t lh rate for nnt month A""" Hiitmtti Cardi -tien teafj Ar erne f tar, ate allowed a rh-eft-int of on tMH from these rales, which arc for trat-tnt lvcmimtilt. All lortl JvrtIimentfc will 1 collected monthlr, tctpt yearly A-lvertlvtmtntt di im a.fr.t(t AU forci(n arlvertite-Tientt mutt Aecnmpl-iifd with th pay when ordered In, or no notice will be taVen of them. The ratei of cha'ffl are given In the above Kale, and remtttanee...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 11 April 1885

Ir ft 0 iritltt I.TI HK. Illrrcllon. I loir lo Ornir Ihe Mulberry Tree for MM Vo.. First of all the soil should be toler ably rich or made ,o by the application of manure, dig out holes 18 inches deep, 6 or S feet ajiait in the row allow ing 10 feet between the rows. Set in the tree roots straight down filling up with rich earth, tread firm, cut off the top, if the tree is small, to 3 or 5 buds, if large shorten inside branches .iIkjiU half, to cause a stronc vigorous growth and so establish the young tree the first" season ami irom which wim juuicious selection, considerable foliage for use may be collected the first summer. Following spring early shorten back ,'j the preious season's growth to induce the production of side shoots Imparting the apearancc of a large bush with greatly increased citncity for leaf bear Rig ind this ox.T.ittm combined with liberal cultivation, so as to ccp ilown weeds, may at intcnaU with great bene fit to the plantation, Ik: repeated, for any scry seve...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 18 April 1885

Press. Saturday A J VoLUMK V, NuMHER 33- HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 18, 1885. Whole-Number 242. -- - - . . - ----- --- N r tr ? & , Mini Tu off, from hJor " PTt Gram! Mauna lavs lifts Ms li.ad, HhiU nljkt, ktr Ut wings outspftad, I lias from th. lanes of th. flay, Mow swift tiatc)i llial arJtut fain Th. mountain uj I to burn. nj t,lo Ith robjr fire, whil. far Ixlow, In ihill and (loom. Kill al.p th. Jain ' AnJaottie soul, that ilwt lis abo. 'llic irmly realms of doubt and f.ar, .Shall catth btl.bt Et.ama, toft k.t hrar, Upon fud 's radiant heights of Io. I Shalt touch lb. stats that torn arid o, hhall breath, th. alrscele.tial nut, Nor heed th stotms that wildly brat Upon th. untrodd.n fields below, llilo, April I), llty M. C K ri JtlMHOX.IHV I.1I.AXIIS Oh' I..IIII IX tiik ttn.t. rim Trll'ftr of Mr", trellirnm l'rlmr la the Life ami labor of the iMt Mm l.otrrll .Smith. 'I lie word lady is used in this letter as the holy saint John used it in his Letters. She of whom I am ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 18 April 1885

f I -T SATURDAY PKISSS A Nfwtf pr Pnbll.neJ Weekly. inw JtwiirtwAJ $5-00 1 mm isuvi. Ft. clan i."rTf4toa. S4-S. to J 1. MAvninl IrttMt ,lctartnn. iiiU(.j t-y . truss runusniNO com pany, (LWIfd.) TMO. O TIIRt'M rwlit Mid Maiu(rr k t. SMI til Vnrtery Aftat rrramrrr SATURDAY APRIL it. niiir rtiiwi.y'ri In treating uon the subjects re lating to tlic tlctctopmcnl of various local imlmtries care painfully aware of a feeling of indifference thereto by the majority, iierhain, of islam! readers. Some from inability to enter into any of the iirumiting trojert., others from the fait of their intereM in imports, and others, again who cout the xmibility of surccWiil tropii- farminp, or of ilescl oping iniltntrici under the present state of the countr) and its lalror market that can conictc ith prices at which simi lar imioiletl articles can be laid down here , all these are inclined to pass them b) Yet there arc some who do not be lie e that 'no good thing can come out of N'atarcth' that it is e...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 18 April 1885

s . 4 P' ti JSATURUAY PK1CSS AOVBRTISINO RATHS IN I'RBSS M..iuitJ In loeb.s. TuU column of Saturday ( Prm InrriM long On. Iln. On Mxnlh I tV. S tlKh f I 4 . I l " jo J " s M 4 I yf i mlamn t !. Elv ajdsitjnat toils M tM. evlra. t lrfh a.ldrlkmal Inch li.tttitra. " ! I ..J iraM , . ji.w 4whI iowrtlwi H rtl. lsartsl for first lftrtlon. lUch addftWinal numth f rat. thartrsl for first nsotith ,JTtitmnu wl.ml In far $ or nMr montrit HI U (Haunt fo. fnontMjr at H th. rat. for rtrM momfi t&" ttoMOMi CaM ssHii rifij r jro or atlsrsl o iHscnwnt of on tMftl from lri ralM, orikh ai fj irartatott adrrtlsr.irtv AH forrun adr rrtisenvrnu rami tf ocrwmooriioii Hri IK. ssay tim ordeml In, or no nessc. stn 1 taVwi of th.av. Th. rat. of chant at. fiittfl rn Ihr aim, scat., inj rfmittatvt.t for t.atrm AmorWon advrtl Lt.nlt, or ftahKTiprfan may t. nude by lanV balls torn or loMal montr ssrdcrv SATURDAY ..APRIL it. iMj Kiifi.ii.i in.triticr (i'oiixMr,it. itt 1'ryrtahlr rtHif lnrrt IV.fa To comluilc ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 18 April 1885

? ' 'A- "i". - w:ni i ri nr ft mtiiitfJ tioi lit ueek j liic Rtciittnl rate mint Ik? taken to luvc the umnn of the tome nge kept tofletlicr on the tray, so that llu')' Mill molt nt the Mine time, thin saving miirh trouble. They i;ni rniilly .lfler each molt, wul mint Ik; separatfil lien net cwy, to nllow them plenty of room. 'I'he wimm eat niovt freely early in the morning ami at night , therefore, furnish fooil nlinn ilanily lietwecn five and sis o'clock in the morning, ami nlimit ten o'clock nt night. I.wes for the caily morning nie.il should Ik: picked the day licfnre, ns they ntc apt to induce ilUeme if fed to the worms with the dew on them. 'Alien picket! dining n rain they should In; thoronghl) dried bofoie using ihcm for food I tamp or wet leaves should never I used, nntl tliictl or withered, or stale leaves, the vvormi will not cat ; tints the leaves inust be fresh iiltketl from the trees ns often ..s miliie. If the leaves have to be brought from a dittnnce, ami ( annul c pi...

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