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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. ANCIENT AND MODERN HAWAII. BY THE EDITOR. Written for the Paradise of the Pacific All authorities agree that the Polynesians, and especially the Hawaiians, are one of the oldest peoples on earth. Although a colored race, they are as unlike the African negro as the white man is unlike him. They undoubtedly sprang from Aryan stock, and are probably closely related to thj Hindoo. Their philosophy, such as has bejn retained in their legends and folklore, points to Chaldean origin, and they must have pos sessed at one time many of the arts of that ancient civilization. They were probably driven from the Mesapotamia basin by the Chaldeans and settled in Borneo, from which place they were again dislodged by the Malays or the rac? that inhabited this island just prior to the advent of the Malays. This theory is supported by the fact that the Dacks of Borneo are the only people that resemble the Polynesians in manners, cus toms and language. The path traveled by the...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. "He say 8 each of the male birds must walk before the female birds and he mnst love and take care of the female bird who chooses him for a husband." When the judge bird ceased jabbering, the first male biid left his place and ruffling up his brilliant feathers, strutted down in fiont of the lady bitds. Suddenly, a female bird darted from her place and pecked at the male bird's feathers, both flew off a little way and began jabbering to each other. So it went on. Just before it became Tim's turn he left his place and, flying to the poich, lit on Flora's shoulder. After jabbering a moment in her ear, he flew back to his place. " Mamma, mamma I " cried the excited child, "Tim's in trouble. He thinks the lady bird he loves is going to choose some biid with prettier feathers than his," Hardly had she spoken when a demure little female bird darted from her place and plucked the wing of a male bird of brilliant plumage who was strutting down the line. Instantly Ti...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. , i' VI ' h I w vrt If. The Opera Season. There was a very amusing criticism in the Star anent the performance of Fra Diao1o. The critic of our esteemed contemporary remarks that Fra Diavolo doesn't amount to much music ally. Shade of Lyra! An opera that has been played by almost every grand opera company in this and other lands, the last act music of which, in its wierd intensity of coming misfortune, has been quoted and requoted in novels, papers and magazines, and suddenly in Honolulu at the end of the century, we discover it is not very much from a musical standpoint. The low comedy business in the second act, which is one of the traditions of the Lyric stage, our captious critic also wishes eliminated, notwithstanding that the curtain would have to fall, as the pith of the plot would be extracted from the opera. The ctitic ism on Martha will be interesting though I feel sorry befoiehand for poor Flotow. Miss Stanton deserves no little credit for her wo...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. ,K Plantation Labor. It is sometimes remarked that Hawaii is destined to become u coolie country, with two widely separated classes of inhabitants- themselves to somewhat severer habits, but they become better work men thereby, and when they finally return to old Japan make good farmers. Mr. Tanaka says very little sugar is grown in the land of THROUOH RICB AND CANE FIELDS planters and coolies but this state- ih,ri?inB 8.un consequently the cane ment, in view of the advantages coming with annexation, can hardly in sugar farming. be borne out by facts. Sugar culture the immigrants come from airricultu brings with it such a train of other ra' districts, and will soon handle an industrial pursuits that there will American hoe and strip cane with al,atlD . . , .the deftness of Louisiana plantation always be enough of professional darkies. men, tradesmen and artisans to make Mr. Canavarrh-, Portugal's repre- up a so called middle class of goodly sentative, belie...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

-AUTIN'(S , HAWHANiMEKLY. I '.ft i I E; PUBLISHED BY THE AUSTIN PUBLISHING CO. FRANKLIN AUSTIN, Managing Editor, ALLAN DUNN, - Associate Editor and Artist. Subscription, $4,00 per Year. United States and Canada, $5.00 per Year. Other Countries in Postal Union, 86.00 per Year, Postage Paid. Single Copy, Ten Cents. Business Office and Editorial Rooms, Lincoln Blook, King St, near Alakea, HONOLULU, NOVEMBER n, 1899. Announcement. The Christmas Holiday Number. Cash Prizes For Original Stories. The Weekly intends making a strenuous effort to produce, in its Christmas Edition, a publication beyond anything yet attempted in Honolulu. The Christmas Edition will be especially adaptable, not only for home reading, but to send abroad to give an Xmas "aloha" to friends and relatives, and show them the Christmas of the Southern Seas. A special cover in colors will be .a feature; the size of the paper will be enlarged and will teem with original illustrations from wash drawing, pen etchings and p...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. QcftoeA of fefigiooA Uftougftf. BY W. K. AZBILL. A Notable Conoentlon. A religious convention of unpre cedented attendance has just been held in. Cincinnati, O.. the occasion being the fiftieth anniversary of the American Cqristian Missionary So ciety. The disciples of Christ, who are collectively known as the Christian Church, or as Churches of Christ, represent a movement for Christian union which is progressing with wonderous strides, especially in the United States where it began in the early years of this century, and the American Christian Missionary So ciety is its oldest organization for cooperative efforts on the part of the congregations. Over ten thousand delegates at tended this Jubilee Convention ; the collections of the various churches and boards for the year aggregated $5,470,497.00; and the increase in membership during 1898-9, was 111,838, the total membership being far over one million souls. The statistics show that this army of union me...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

tf" IO AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Americans After China Trade. I The establishment of an immensi ' American warehouse and salesroom at Shanghai for the sale and exhibi ' tion of American products is practi cally assured. The project is in the hands of the National Associati n of. Manufacturers, and membership is j limited to 100 firn s Already ninety seven firms have been accepted, and the other three will he chosen from among the large number anxious to subscribe. Each firm has been re quired to pay $'J00, and that money will be used for the preliminary ex penses. Germans and Samoa. The Neueste Nachrichten declares that the Colonial Council has adopted a resolution declaring it compatible with German colonial interests to i abandon Samoa in return for sum cient indemnification. The National Zeitung, which confirms the state ment of the Neueste Nachrichten, says : " This, however, is not the view of the Imperial Government, whose policy is directed now, as hitherto, to acquiring at l...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. ii Our Trade With China. In a recent report to the Depart ment of State, United States Consul A. B. Johnson at Amoy gives some interesting information regarding the opportunities for increasing the fruit trade with China, from which we take the following: " The condition of the fruit crop in China has little or no effect upon the importation. The tropical fruits do not come into competition with the product of the United States ; and in the more northern districts, where northern fruits might he grown, the quality of the products, owing to the ignorance or indiffer ence of the people, places them out side the pale of competition with good fruits. The only exception to this rule, possibly, consists of grapes grown in the north of China, some varieties of which are excellent. There is a steadily increasing demand among the natives for foreign fruits, whether canned, dried or preserved. The European population look to these imported fruits almost exclu sively ...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 11 November 1899

w& m.r E1 it: !9". J 1 K r,- hF r A Efr v u rh .. , . rifct fc. Pacific Mail Steamship Co., Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this Port on or about the dates below mentioned: For China and Japan : GAELIC OCT. 3I HONGKONG MARU NOV, 8 For San Francisco : NIPPON MARU NOV. 10 RIODE JANEIRO NOV. 17 For General Information Apply to HACKFELD & CO., Itci., Agents. --M-Vs i5awA.it. l--ff - .wan .- fy'Wf'WWrl 1 i

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 18 November 1899

BWtflfen ylrri(iTr--Js 'm 'i. m i . - Jl "TSW m' I - B5 wiahjlin's wmwMjm IHiMilMMN WW rCLY-y jgT "trflC- OF'fHE CACIMCL) Vol. II. Per Copy, 10 Cents. HONOLULU, NOVEMBER i8, 1S99. Per Year, $4.00. No. 9. BPPittMffiMii

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 18 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. The decisions of the Executive on certain licenses are somewhat peculiar. A license was refused The Executive renewal at Waikiki, despite the fact that on Licenses. there were no reasons to show why it should be nullified and another issued that breaks the law in several specific points as regards proximity to church and school house. The Orpheum license is an other case in point; virtually granted under Marshal Brown's decision and then revoked under an absurd objec tion, that the place would not be properly conducted. If the addition of a saloon license to a public theatre means that horrible results, derogatory to the community will follow, then every city in the United States and Europe is encouraging immorality. The guarantee of such men as M. P, Robinson, C. S." Desky, H. M. von Holt and Edgar Halstead, that the place would be properly conducted, should be enough. Putting aside the question that conflict ing interests may have been brought to bear, th...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 18 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. feel that the same nation, whose representatives received so indignantly, a warning from Dewey, seeks an alliance, even though we see through the motives of the German's 'tuoffer. r'isrfiThe Germans were none the less willing to remain neutral " while Britain warred against the Boer, for the same reasons, that Valois does not urge, but diplomacy can see. Germany fears the navy of England. Though with France and Russia she could outnumber the British fleet yet'"France might hesitate to unite with her old enemy even ' m such a cause. England's navy is superior in seamanship and gunnery. The proven powess of American war vessels would be n substantial backing for an offensive move ' against Britain. America will scarcely however, form an i'dfiiance against England, but rather with her, if any is 5 'forced. The "Argonaut" aptly remarks, "The possibility of war with England is so remote as hardly to deserve recognition. Should the future produce war, the United ...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 18 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Toboganning Down A Volcano. TOPOCATAPETL, the great volcano of Mexico, which rears Kl- itoplf tn frnnnt mnipatv 17S1fi fppt nhnvi s -a level, and which keeps watch and ward over Ixtaccihuatl " I he Sleeping Lady " who lies below draped in snow from head to foot, is a unique and worthv personality in many respects. But concerning its past glory and present majesty there is nothing that more forcibly appeals alike to those who have toiled up its rugged sides, and to those who haven't, than the fact that whereas a weari some journey of six hours is occupied in the ascent, you may toboggan sheer from top to bottom in six minutes by the watch 1 Six hours up six minutes down. Six hours, which seem like six days, over steep and slippery paths, rugged rocks, broken lava, through freezing cold, blistering winds and the overpowering fumes of sulphur, causing insufferable mental oppression and nauseating physical weariness six minutes, which seem like six seconds, of ...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 18 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. QTHMAR WARD BARTLETT. THE SUNSHINE OI' KING S1REE1. 1 The dawning of Saturday, November 1 1th, saw the taking away from that portion of King street, between Alapai and Thomas Square, one of the sweetest and cleverest children it has been the good fortune of any neighborhood to possess. Little Othmar was known to all alike, be they neighbors or strangers, and one of the happiest and brightest of children. There was not a stranger or tourist pass ins wri did not have a kindly word to say for the youngster, and at the Makee Island concerts and at Waikiki Inn, he was the m'ost petted of all the children. In the taking away of this dear child the parents lose their boon companion and the light of their eyes. Othmar was born at Uaniwai, Waikiki, on August 29, 1895, thus making him 4 years, 2 months and 12 days old. From the Other Side off the Gates of Joy. DEDICATED TO THE BEREAVED PARKNTS. '"Oh, what do you think the angels say?" Said the children up in Heaven! ...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 18 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Hickory,' said 1113' grandfather, patting him on the nose, 'you've had a something of a time, haven't you ? ' Those were very nearly his words, my precious ones." " Then he took that stranger by the hand, and I thought he would never let go of it. He led him into the house, paid him the reward, and wr had a great supper. After supper my grandfather and the man that brought the bull back went to the village and, I think, they got pretty full, because along about A o'clock in the morning a lumber wagon drove up to the front door and then I heard sounds as though a lot of men were packing some heavy things up stairs. That winter we had to go without apples and pumpkins to pay for the newspaper adver tisements, and I reckon I was punished enough." person on a Sunday morning. The most wealthy have abundance of necklaces, ear rings and rings, for they have a passion for pre cuius stones. M st of the jewelry is of Paris make. In the old time a Filipino, many of wh...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 18 November 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. QoftoeA of fefigioLiA (Uftougftf. HY XV. K. AZUIM... "The Important Matter." At the opening of the Anglican Chinch Synod last Monday night, Bishop Willis in his address introduced the subject of trans ference ot the Church in Hawaii to the juris diction of the Episcopal Church of the United Stktes as " the important matter." Space does not permit us to give the full text of his resolution and address, but the resolution approves of the transfer "whenever an invi tation to the effect proceeds from the authori ties of that Church to the Diocese of Hono lulu, it being made clear at the same time that the interests of the Church in Hawaii shall be duly and sufficiently safeguarded and iis-inlegnty maintained, and that the support the Bishop and Clergy now receive from England will be continued by the Church in the United States until the Diocese or Mis sionary Jurisdiction of Honolulu becomes financially independent." It is given out that Bishop Potter when her...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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