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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 25 April 1885

w r. 1 1 Saturday Press. N HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 25, 1885. Whom? Numiikk 243. VOUJMK V, NUMHUR $. - ' J -.r-v f.'J' 1 m 0 vT tfl ' 6-v- "IV XS Jfwp"wr Jinn. If r eM i.tlp ' ratlfl ra.Trt.it, Km.ti I. lb. U tV. " n.ptr man." T.V. all irf lb. Viwlt.lf widM.J lrl humr And m h 5 i "" ii " r t h.li ! btam, itit (! rf Sltxn, Ihe hui of Tt or lb. Mtn-tjt Mkl, In .aenlMiH iffftM U huh ft refomn en Anv Vihi thre t lb. t.M lb. J" Tb. (( JhhU(h r.lbo. !,. f di of IV. Iipi In l P l"''i a JiiiimU d.ftni i ranfni . I. .Nil. Af Oil... m "ihlbl lie. end I La.I ' Tb. UImh id Hum. d lb. . rf MegW r..ii f sm i ib. " r.i. i rv PlM. rC llfhMV, lh t.a. rd A.l.liM t a IUmk. tf "ruVhah" In ti. lh. " ILK Tb. t.r 4 IWtaciW ai dUpta,..! In " IV !, I..V. d Cw.eM.a f Q.lirtk fun 1 M.ik. tJ i)rM, Ik" ol of n tm 1 C"uimrf JiVw i hlnodr "" " U. brllHai. pf llutW and wt.ilr of ruililjn, Th. ilf a lVilIni fw fl"n'"f ' Th. pit nf Ornl end lb. Itulh of a WaiMnUMi Will lmaaail f 1. Oumtr of Vain. The j. rf ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 25 April 1885

--'sri it" " "V9JH & m k SATIIK1UY I'KMOSJS a Nir'r ImisJ. w.lt lit l )l irV.lrWt f .vim HMR. I w Hft tllll mwwn in ike iMwtilm I. ...4 k, IK. I'KnsS rlJIII.IKIIINll COM. 'ANY, -.ltil4 ) TlltVMi "IIIKl'M MmiUmii R s SHIIII wais and ! SATllllDAY AI'llll. M, iMj I IMlMrll' Mllt'KHHV. IV'illr llit miiic-M etiilon of tilt ooilc nf WaIIiiVii lo Ik? vmi;1 llir afllutinn sf a lliwir license liulnn I'ttiitrtl for tlieir ilintflrl, ll lias been ilone ll i Hll.lr, ttlmn, ilmt n uninlrr rlltton ints enl In to lite minister of llir Intrtlor lij llic wraith ami Iniclllpeiiic if llie tonlili nny Ini tli.il the Hiiitc nn) lie iiiiik.I nn.l ilrrtniAii'il iimler stinrtinti o( law ni romcnlrmly as i ilonc In the rnpilnt of llir lingiinni , Inn if virli a thing lm lecn ilonr? the ieo,lc h.ic not been mlttsrtl In the ,rantlii of tliii lirense wc see n ilitert rcliukr lo ft minilier of t.i ujm who h.id llio atitbrlty to petition tli.it n teimi.inl of the r.ue licniloweil to go tlown lo ilietr prasei...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 25 April 1885

fVfftm "PP r-fm JfBt" fik .." srv fl ' 'ft ' it' HAMMlRI) I'NI'MH AI1VHHTI8IN1. MATHS 1M PrtrtS Mai,i,t. Id aI. Mull lri f 8!it7 'M 4) I Mll lHi, )a TtW iim Mntr- i M ov I ttm IS 4 " U 4itm (in i SftSlta,, fflMK a..r ,a.tt4 l,t, n.lNMl AvJmfl, M tait l"rl f- fc MOAI. ,U.iirika-H ttnlaaAtl h r i mh nwmlw W far lrtta Aa MMy A t 4 ,ra f w At., H jt n Hfr. IHH . t . rB.taf, t.HmrMH . ,,, ,,., Tt 4 Ofttot nlMn Ilk, df AA AW... k tjl I lAtfA at I,,H UkfV ( ttiMM Af IV ll lfc " la, n. rt-fMfltatt. Hajam A WWtWkri l4i Wlj i hi, m ,AiiMttt,. may la. tt bI Mn, , ,rt t a.l hv ,! - w MATUttDAV AI'llli. .1 Ii f-i )l ..(. fa ft ,.. I fflda It'll MII, tVi.ii-,41 f.rttl fine I )iM ntiff llxMI. Modi) lnil lij A fnn.l ll It miiiim! Ift '! frti Oii ' ili Rilffllirn'M tllHf, ll ilmt miwt til ill 10,1011111)1 yUffo, Ul'liffi I !!, Mid lit jonrn lnliU AltfMnly. Hid 1 wnftnl con flv im what !! of !((jiplilrtl lv ! iii.'iiifi(.litliyliilffltni'm nli wun'CII ht mytnO nt lHiit ili Miln fw M(m I ,, K.-lon lo ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 25 April 1885

' (CimtwHfil ftrl nut tittl J 'I he lenitciAWir of llif mom vlmuM Kl wvcnlv live t"Kiie Mini lie kepi tilciitv uf nlr tilvon limliitf ilirlr I'vlntf. Krcn llto loom iluk nil I'vlntf l fin Mini The uiotli may I rrmuvrcl In nltoul Iwrnl) fiiiif limit, Ali) llml lime nlllliMlmimiKlily imiiiotfi.-irtl fW "III lie Inltl Any r laid After llml lime imut It Ktrntnl from I In- titlicr. I lit W or f.Htriictl Itt llic rutil nr hkt on wliltli llicy nif llil, l) ' 1i1U111.1l kiihi, itoilurcl by tin moili hllo Uyiim, mid It U m to mo llic-c iiiitN with mip.no ( tiiicenrllir rffliit l' " foimeil, llic ytmnfl nim mil tlieir w.iv out lctlci 'I lie rum irttn i liulil rllo' iolor fur Iwclvt' or fifteen ,li,-wlieii they k""'" ally cluiiRr. to the urny, l.ivciiilcir or uiccniili lint, wlili li Miowii Ihriii to lie niifi'p.n.ili'(l 'l'h(e which irlflln Ihrlr oiluliwl rnlot lon-er limn thu, nrc urncrully otlli!ci 'I'lu' mollis live hill n lew cl.ivn nfier Living 'I hey ilo not c.it Aii)tlilnt iluiinx thei...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 2 May 1885

Saturday Press. ','tf' r mite J , y. txz 41 VoiAJMli V.MItKR. 35. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 2, 1885. Li WllOLK NuMHKK 244. f XI I A tMrrvrlt. And to . rati .ihI. our thHtSil ft'n,lMp, And m I r..t. lo c.ll )iw tvn ftltnil, Ami la I ttiry from .11 tUht and htftiing 1 l. mi mory of iMt M.nJtMn and In nd, Vlihmil a i!ido of rrgr.tfot pAttton Without tanwrl, Ilh hrl Mill gltd and tlrn t git. fort tck th tlt.tur. th.t rou gr. nt., Hit jttt lhl ttlnht wtll hl long. IT yon hart rantJ m. pln, jrrwi i. forgWtn , If jrou h. grlttd mf, (I It iml now If I h... found )u IW.lt. and f.U. ri.Hil, IVw a 111 forgtl --no grltf ti.td clotul i-our Imw Wt llt do rioUt winIi, though no togttUr, Ami litn, im llmr, m.n itwtll upon j-mir f.ntt, Ami f Jutt trtUul la yntir world and lt.lMnf I th.ll rtjolc. l mtntlon of j-rmr Mmt. Ami whtn t hf.r ho intn h.v. hrtn rw.il. tlttr, ntc.u. yuur lift 04 tt.n for ftrd ami ttwih, I th.ll tmtmlr how wt mrt and pMftil, Ami I will tAjt l Intw Mm Irimf ywilh. Ah, wtl...

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

.NAM I INHAV I 'KKHN A Nw-.-f l,..l.l,...t. W4Lly, mOMtlMWttnNHi-i . imiu. wwt I .r.iei, ... i M. it 14 rein ft " ' '"""' iiiMii"i lni.l ,f ll,. I'MMNM cum iniiiwi COM- I'AIIV (llmlte.ll I ll r. r IIIHI M ,.,n.n. Meirte.f It i HMIIII letery runt lree,rref tlArtlllllAV MAY , t"M v mi 1 1 mi.i. Ajjiilii llnwnll mourn tlif low f if iiimllinr tliielra none llio hint of 111,111) lifiirh tlimti(lmiit llir 11 mil w.t (.iiiirn Mnwngcr I'iiuim, niul in lliclr Miililrti IpieMciiiriil, ill'' mournful w.ul lift ihkoikImI ill) nml niytil Hie wick wl llkii "Utulifl MPrphiK f(ir lirt "Million mil ii fining Hi lie iiniiforlnl iHinnc llirjr mc noi." 'I In- lim I In wnn multilm loil.iy aliiki'a na it ,ci ulinil) ntnrii', nml in licr niiguMi ill m.iy alio ckrlnliii, "My Mttilcti l licivict limn I tun hont," (Jtiecn limuigct Kiiiinii, in nil licr miiisc! Iicluir her jmmiIc, f iiilentul Ihcm lo dn iliimigli llic klmhicm nml iii p.illiy of hot iiiitiiR', nml mil for nny iiin ilUiliiy of icit,nl ionii, Sh...

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

N ) r ' SATURDAY L-MsJICiSfci I ADVHRTISINO MATflS IN 1'KHSS M.attutil In Inclin. full column i Hatitrilajr IVrl at I Incltrf Ioiir. On Tlm. ! In. h t i I " I. la, " ..JO. J " ! !, '" " if It Column $ fl im. On Month 4 smlit. .$ t m V" 8.00 . It.tW ! .$ I&rkt , . 3 tjti I rolumn l6,or M.Afh additional inth ir.ieMrn. Second Iiwrtfon rate tlnr.! for firt fnrrttmi Lath additional month J rate thrtrgftl for fun month A'UrtImfiU ordered In for or nvr mnnttie U1 U .-.barged for immthly ( if Hie rate for fir! inAnttt. flT Iliuinett CanH tn ttt.tff Arm ytttr nr allowed a discount of fm third from ihe rules which ft fur IfAlitlcM Wrrtlemnti. Alt foreign AdTrrlWemenU mntl I ac-owi panted liti llit twr when ordered In. or no tKitlre will I taken t( Ihem The rate of rharir or etven In the above Kale, and temhUtHM fur R-tMrrrt American AiUmtVe menu, or tiibMrlptlon nny t made hy bank liutt, torn or iwiai mine? oruerk SATURDAY . MAY . i M5 KII.V.I, .4 Timi IXrlrf .Sttrrtf I'llirtmithlt It lto...

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

r t v V ar.niavi.TViiK. ( Continued from lost week.) The cocoon, enn lie sent to these places ntul sold, or the silk reeled at a small co,t. In the mciMlmc rcclcrs will he trained who will impart the necessary knowledge to others. Kaw silk is divided into three classes, "organinc." "tram," and "(loss." "Or ipnzinc" is well twisted and is the choicest; "tram," made from inferior cocoons, is but slightly twisted j "(loss," is made from loose silk, carded and spun like cotton. The persons reeling silk arc generally women, one of whom sits or stands before each basin of which she has entire charge. The basin 11 made of tin or copper, heated by a charcoal or oil fire, In large establishments the water is heated by steam. The cocoons arc plunged in llic water when it is near the boiling point, and arc moved about so that the gum which fastens the threads is thoroughly softened. They arc then stirred or beaten with a small bunch of birch twigs with split ends, or with pieces of broom corn ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 9 May 1885

Saturday Press. N HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAS' 9, 1885. VOLUME V, NuMHIiR 36. WltOLK NuMMiR 245. ft 1 '1 nosur.A v. Vmtrr the Unnilf of ITnlltlkl Un-lrr Ihe und white ih fears ro by Tt said that bras, olJ warriors lie i Tlir deail if wars that vsrra ft olj. When here ihe rwlse of Inula rolled, War crlM ami shouts of sfclftrv- Ileneath these (mlml (tint lower oil hi!i Dark furmt like phantoms gather ntith, The mtihty forms of warriors boht U ruler the turn Ten lhousail flashtn fa)dlet lly, Ten thousand fiiArl flash In the sky, Antl feather ) etmels gleam as ifohl I Tint now, w, ire but dust and mould Atitl thoughtless hardly rniest Ion why - Under the sand. Honolulu, t'ehruary is, iggt. S I Mann. Kttilnu. "One mAy know hy sour ItUi that yuur gin it cue) lent," tfgg.r'l Ofi.t Kisses, according to scripture, are divided into eight kinds -the writer can not find mention of more viz : Adoration, i Kings, .i, 18; Afpivha lion, Proverbs, ii, 4 J Reconciliation, 2 Sam., xiv, J3 ; Treach...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 9 May 1885

SATURDAY FRI2SS A Mewipape r Published Weekly. UUW JlBVRinkM $5.00 t UtR.li ID. IKE. Foreien subscriptions J.4 to to $; $o, according, to their itrtfinaiion. luutd br t rnnss pudlisiiino com. PAHY, (Limited.) 1IIOS.fl tllKUM President nJ Manajtr K S SMI I II Secretary and Treasurer SATURDAY MAY o, ils .MOAO'H.f. Some of our readers may remember an article in tticse columns over a year ago in which Mr. Claus Sprcckcls and his various enterprises were tcmpei-itcly div-usscd. Mr. SprcckcW Advertiser 11 edited by a (gentleman not yet con spicuously informed upon Hawaiian affairs; and he may be unaware that the opposition to Mr. Sprcckcls has any basis in reason. Ifc may even go so far as to doubt that it has any foundation save in the malice of "sore heads," the envy of "the outs," and the "pure cusscdncss" of those wicked and witless people who neither appro,' date Mr. Sprcckcls' public spirit nor believe in his absolute disinterestedness. We advise the editor of Mr. Sprcckcls' Adverti...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 9 May 1885

J i( F! At" h C1 in & SATURDAY PRESS ADVBRTISINO RATRS IN PRESS Measured la lnch, Pull column of Saturday Preft at i-a Inches Ion if, One Time. One Month 4 weeltt. Inch S 1.00 $ .oo 1 ' i.yj. J-t" " .$ 5" 1 " W J-S 1 " j.co 8.10 j ;; 4.75 6 " $.50 It.'" I cdamr, $ t.tri, $ t6.e 1 column 1 5.00. ,...,,, ...... 39.00 Kach additional Inch js cent tiira, tEath additional Inch $i.,aetra. Second Insertion t rate charged for Tint Invrt.wi. Kath tdJitlonal month rate chargtl for firtt month AJ vert lament ordered In for j or more 11.0m h will be charged for monthly at J the rate for tint month. t-J" fhittne". Card tn rtftlJ for tne year, are allowed a discount of one third from lfi rate, which re for traniient advertisement. All foreign advertisement! must be accompanied with the pay when ordered in, or no notice will m taken of them. The rate of charge are alven in the above urate, and remittances for I Utern American advertise menu, or Mibription may I mad by tmnk bills, coin ot MMtal...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 9 May 1885

nKiuct i,rt,nr. ( Continued from last week ) titr. cavaUjo .vtem of raw.su tiif. SILK WORM Four poMs, about 3 t 3 inches, se cured upright and firmly to the door, and at Icau aJ4 feet from the ivall ; the ports distant 4x3 feet, to form an oblong square. Now, i' feet abore the floor, on the inside of each post, looking to the shorter side of the square, bore a hole large enough for a tenpenny nail to fit loosely. 'I he same operations on each post, 3 inches aliotc, and so on every three inches until you reach the height of six fecL Now, lengthwise that is, on the longer (.1 feet) side of the square, place a strip 1 x y inch, from post to post, resting upon the nails in the lowest holes. 'I his is done on loth sides of the square. Having now two strips running parallel from ost to post, place ocr these strips smaller strips, about y( x inch, and t'i to 1 inches apart, and so as to form a right angle with the two larger strips ('lo make the tray, or hurdle, more substantial, and not l...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 May 1885

Saturday Press. Honolulu" Hawaiian, islands, may .6, iss5. Whole Number 246. Volume" v, Numiier 37. : n fc It. , & rv iff ,tf fc ypii ) ?.V 1' rf .1 f-Vfrttrt) In 1h purpU gloaming Young tare was born, AnJ Mi tert went rMmtng Thro night (ill mora Ha tang of lloTjr In the bright nw day, AnJ n. lolJ the Itory That he tells alway Hut hlley.s fr.w leary When lit quick rats hesrj, The woodiiolct weary Ofatirmon-ttrJ Then a Lust upstarted Like a thinrf accirs'd And lth him darted To her haunted hunt. And the night descended, And the moon ros red Ou a blight world ended, Fur l.ott wal deal. -CftARLRt K HI.IM JIM'S Makkham. inir.AT Tit1v.11 ni, A Thrilling Ineldeul In the Annala of the Columbia Jitter Seren Jtllea In Tteelve Jfintiita. Slim Jim was a devil-may-care sorl of a fellow, as reckless and Tearless ni lie was true hearted. He would iinhcstta singly adventure any personal danger or cheerfully endure privation, if need be, 'ttWiclfj a friend. The slightest appeal to his sympathie...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 May 1885

"ifpfr. h w ( t SATURDAY PRESS A Newip.perPubllihed Weekly. IH1W MKRiniOW $5-oo I HtR, H ttllKI rortdn lulwirtlont f.6 (4 to $? S4, .eeorain. to Ihnr dettination. latued by th PRESS PUBLISHING COM PANY, (Limited ) TII0S.O.1IIRUM Preddent and Manager R S. SMITH Secretary and frenaret SATURDAY MAY t, 1M5 KXIII.ASh-HUHHt I Whether Russia and England shall or shall not come to blows is the ques tion agitating the rest of Europe. America and the English Colonies arc as deeply and almost as indirectly in terested. If they do come to htows it will be a war of giants, a conflict of two civilizations, a duel to the death. It will be well for the nations to pause before they take sides in this tremen dous strugglc-tpause and consider what it means. If conflict be inevitable, if it he a duel to the death, neutrality cannot be maintained for long by the rest of Europe, at least not honorable neutrality. If that be true it is for each nation to ask, "Which side?' "Why?" The student of recent his...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 May 1885

11 y IT .4 V r s. &?r SATURDAY PRL2SS ADVKKIISINO KATES IK PRESS Mtasurtd l.i Inches. Pull column of Saturday Pre ft i- Inche, lonr One TW. i ' l jo. f M so 1 " ! 4 " J eo :: t " $.yj. Jf column $ loo. . . One Month week. .$ I 00 J.00 . joo 6.54 . . . I.01 O JO . . .. II.OO I ( 1G.00 JIOl I column io.uu F,ach additional Inch St.soeitra. Scond insertion rata charted for firit insriion. Rack additional month if rale charted for tint month Advertisements ordered In for $ or more monthi will U charted for monthly at H the rate for firu month. iT ftusiness Cards when rrfiaJ fjr one yttir. are allowed discount of one third from these rate, which are for transienc advertisements. All foretfn advertisement mutt be accompanied with the pay when ordered In, or no notkc will be taken of them. The rate of charges are tiven In the above scale, rn.1 remittance for r.atern American advertise. mrntl, or subscriptions nwy be msde by hank Mils, coin or poital money ordert. SATURDAY , .MAV 16. iHj...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 May 1885

o The Century for May commences with an edition of 250,000 copies, with a promise of more before the demand ceases. There is no doubt but that the Century has, at last, succeeded in placing itself at the head of the world's illustrated )opu!ar magazines, not only in excellence of illustration and literary matter, but in the length of its sub scription lists as well. A maganne with ocr a million readers, it has In come a power in shaping the literary and artistic taste of Americans, and Its influence is felt and recognized through out the English shaking world. Nor is it sa)ing too much to affirm that American magazine advancement during the las! fifty ) cars has remodeled and rauscd great improvement in the ap)carance and enterprise of European, and csccially of Lnglish periodical literature. A happy mean between the dry and heavy matter of the English Quarterlies and the too light nature of popular literature has been attained by American magazines, and csjiecially by the Century, ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 23 May 1885

Saturday Press. ft. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 23, 1885. Whole Numhkr 247. Volume v, Number 38. a s k j I'jiiiiii.vu.v r.rimjnK II Irrrfl llrr lllrlitll IHoht " llccausc she was a dirt that is the reason it served licr right to be caught up with in the manner I am about to narrate. Not the usual thing the emotionally cruel oung woman who lightly breaks men's hearts until she falls into the hands of the emotionally cruel )oung man who breaks hers, for emotionally cruel voting men arc usually hopeless ends, and Miss Wood' bury loathed a cad, and knew one by instinct afar off. When Rachel lTrcmh, in Mrs. Hurnctt's " Ilnwortli's," makes a dead set at a youth and then throws him over, her father, on becoming aware of her little adventure, calls her conduct "dcucedly ungcntlcmanly," which is expressive. Ilelle Woodbury was not an ungcntlcmanly girl, but she inherited, and her education had fostered in her, a slight contempt for the emotional side of human nature ; so she did not real...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 23 May 1885

SATURDAY PRI2SS A Npapr I'obUihKl We.Vly. isu stmirrou Js-oo i I"-" iMuct. Fomcn ..hwriwiaw. $l)lo !;.. wor" olklmi. Mard y th. PRESS PUBLISHING COM. PANY. (Limited.) TIIOS.G. THRUM rrWel .ml M.naj.r R. S. SMITH Swurr and Tr.awrtr SATURDAY MAY .. i5 nr. Kfll.i. rm,pH rtMti folfrtl Ttt-M--Thr Cmltl V'f"i. Opposition to the i.isport nuisance and the hospital tax imposition is in accord with sound sense, both commer cial and political. We are glad to sec tWaVcning interest in a measure that ought to be carried by a reform legisla ture at the next session. Wc hare characterized the passport system as a nuisance, with all due re spect for the wisdom that framed it. It is wrong in theory and in practice op posed to national interests and in defi ance of commoit law, It is, in effect, imprisonment for debt. We arc well aware of the great in justice often done merchants by der elict buyers v. ho "skip the country" with "malice aforethought." But the evil is not one sided. It has its root in...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 23 May 1885

t, I'.t J X H it s) i SATURDAY ADVERTISING RATES IN PRESS MrourrJ In Inthtt. Pull column of Satnrdaj I'r.ss !- Inclitl loK On. I1ii. H inch t I m I " S i " t.jo J " J-M . " l i .: Oft Month i ks. $ f no 1 oo J.C.. If IM It CI I J id-. s no 4 eahtmn I l,w ta Mi I Fh .dditfcnal inth Si.m .tlra. 5cvntl tn-Tlron ralf tharf rd for first IntFttton Each additional month J rata charftJ fr firt month Altrtimrnii or,trrfl In for J or mtt manlht will Kt clurtJ for monthljr at 'f thr ralr tM fir.l month. IT Hntint Carilt wtirn ftiftj fr yutr, ai. Uofj a tlttcount of one third from there ratrt, whkh art for traMOiH adrtrtlsiwrrmt. All fftn aJeertUrmerHs matt be acctMnpamed ilh tht pay whn ordered lnt or rw notk-t will be taken of then. The ratei of that. are liven In the afore eaje, and rtmtltaiws for tUMem Amerkan adrettl. menu, or iratwcHpt'wni, nvif be tnaile by bank U1W, tola or postal nt-ine erUrv SATUHDAY , MAY tj. iMj K.I ft r.l.VR XnmUhH tint ifoHHiirto, ItlUa, iit fAe Vtantnttnnt ninf I...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 23 May 1885

lliil the li.Tu-e mrtncM of that ua ciotn vintcr tutratie liai left untold, ami has not ce militated, the cpiMnle which precipitated the cltmtix of llicir sentimental sword play, and lclt the. Amaion of the duel alone on the aw dust circle of their mutual cttlnw. ortcL Mi Wootllniry and l'red llenuw crcfaM fricnik She admired him Tor hit nianlincw and his womanliness. She Micicrt the half of his character she knew and understood, and refused to he interested in the half she could not know Wiser than her sex or her cxcriciiee, she took the face value of his brilliant c and thanked the high gods of circumstance that their gifts were not leas laih. She believed most shrewdly and with truth that Fred wrote the host of Jack's vctM.- ; that he turned his phrases , and coached his sentiment ; hut she neither understood nor rccogniied the irile undercurrent of strength in the "Rood" jounp junior whom she had chosen lo play upon ; and of whom she talked lo her friend and his as freely as if ...

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