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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 16 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. .),,.,,. . WjlDf X ff X I I- UCa STI JjgSP snuu ism: .ss'isasssHSiaB .n ; rfTiir i i S""!-3vr -'i .- i - M, t WSK' '-S "a S2 JHC- 'LiPACIMCO cc-UT' together, but it is doubtful if the great annoy -ance caused to the tiaffic on a main street would he peimitted outside of Honolulu As it is the contractor goes on his way cutting down palms and projecting boughs of shade trees, loosening telephone wires to suit his convenience, th waiting even the mighty street car monoply without let or hindrance. It,is a curious policy that cateis to the whims of a few while greatly inconveniencing the many. PUBLISH!".!) NY THE AUSTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY. FRANKLIN AUSTIN, ALLAN DUNN. MnnuKiiiR Editor. Assooluto Kdttor unci Artist. Subscription, $3.oo per Year. United States ami Canada, $5.00 per Year. Other Countries in Postal Union. $6 00 per Yeir, Postage Paid. Single Copy, Five Cents. Business Office and Editorial Rooms, Lincoln Block, King St , near A lake a. HONOLULU, DEC...

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. — 16 December 1899

v Wm m m i w Re- AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. . &.,.m&mfiiw acjr-rrs-'rvr-.-i . " . w 1. -. ' fitictr T- The Boston Lgrlc Opera Compuni). The company principals and chorus have been hard at work this wetk. leheaising for Faust and Lai Somnambula. The reappearance of Annis Montague Tur ner in the role of Marguerite has created considerable interest in musical circles. Mr. Parmtee is to sing Faust and Mi. Kunkel Mephistowith Miss Leckly as Siebel. I heard a rumor that Signor Hallam was going to sing or lather attempt to sing Faust but later news was moie reassuring. ' Mr. Parmlee should sing the role extremely well Mr. Kunkel has his first opportunity in seri ous woik and reheat sals seem to forcast a success. ' He is singing his diabolical role well, and will handle it dramatically. Miss Leekly should prove a success in Siebel. 'She has one advantage over M'mc. Scalchi, her figure. M'me. Scalchi despite her magnificent rend- ition used to be somewhat laughable with her stoutness...

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. — 16 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. JjocGtl Gtrjd (Tcr)CPetl. ':'' HSBlH!KSSS!raP4J' WV,J 1 ' IVU a i. l ,i S Young Lock Nee, the Chinese murderer, commenced this week to serve a life im prisonment on the reef. The year 1899 will go into history as the driest year, meteorologically considered, on the island of Oahu. The eight acre Lyman property, at the cor ner of Beretania and Punahou streets, is soon to be divided into building lots and sold. The residents of Kalihi want a park or " breathing place " as they call it. The hurly-burly of city life is becoming irksome to them. If Tom Johnson, of Cleveland, has any kind of a street car line that will beat the col lection of old junk now in use, he will be welcome in Honolulu. The down-town lestaurant keeper who had to wash his own knives and forks, because his Chinese help were in quarantine, realizes that there are some real hardships connected with his business. There are more hacks in commission than at any other time within the past seven y...

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. — 16 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. A New Zealand Industry. A valuable prodnct, confined absolutely to New Zealund, is the fossil gum known as kauri, which is employed in the manufactuie of varnish. A proof that the industry in question is really important is afforded by the fact that it employs at least 7000 workmen, of which 1 f00 are Austrians and a large number Maoris The said product is found only in the north ern portion of the provincial district of Auck land from the North Cape to Middle VVaikato. It occurs in various volumes, from the size of a nut to a piece weighing 45 kilos. It has been exploited since 1800, and a total of 1046 tons was exported, but it must be stated that at that epoch its value was not very great, for it was sold at 230 francs per ton. Since then the exploitation has assumed enormous di mensions, the exports have risen to 8705 tons in 1892, but, by reason of this heavy exploit ation, the product has become rare, and its price has advanced greatly. The method of ...

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. — 16 December 1899

IO AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY.. THE THREATENING SPECTRE. Hditib Bakery Cafe AND The Only First-Class American Restaurant in the City. Cafe Open from 6 a. m. till Midnight. BUSINESS LUNCH, from u .1. in. till 2 p. m. 35 Cents DINNER, from 5 to 7 p. m 50 Cents 527-529 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Purest Can be in quantities to suit, DT PUPB Fresh California Fruits in sea- DliVH son. You get the best of DH everything when you trade at California Fruit Market Corner King and Alakea Streets- Messenger, Service Attached Irjil oeaTiLul ea(idereor1"aT VVaialua t)ow ber?, arjci ar-iorqv irje oei acconrryaaiir jor oanm ara -iTUi.( lnr,iif? koltti nrl rnrnJ . -. 1 W r, TTCr7 I A ii 1 u 1 itcrw'iv 1 itai ill ai".i huioiiv'. o 'v I IKI I jyrri(hed IjrocioaT with the" nt rroderr corerveice tavirw 11 ownxlearicJjiQhTnarv and Vvaier otjhe bareffqaalilyfrom Natural bnn,- rn iterate 1 Ummmmmmmmmmiammmmmmmmmmimmmmimmtmmmmii'immBmmmm ff

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899

jftiM- & 'f- & .- ;t1 . k BR . s r I jwjPf Jf- "" iSV 1 0(3 a U (L,- Christinas 1899 Price - 25c

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. — 25 December 1899

ivilii Jo Pc WILL E. FISHER Rial Eitati Agint qri Huctionear (26 YEARS EXPIRIKNOE.) InccHtments ol any Character, oiKlgnment of (ijoJs for Aiictimi, K.illcltcd. Properties for abaenteea attended to. Office: Cor. Fort and Merchant sts. Honolulu, II I. WfllW Inn Tho'oOrite'Resort of Honolulu far Tourists tuho enjoy cool breezes and a delightful Surl' Bath, Cuisine- tire.' -'Bst, Dining RoHm,. on open lanai on the beach - . 21 Well Furnished Rooms fitted with EioCiric Lights! . Terms $2 Per Day, $12 Per Week! -$ Manager PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Have reoeived a new Invoice of Surreys, Phaetons aud Buggies All Rubber Tired. All Kinds of Carriage Materiala an Hand. At Wo Wo Wright's, NO. Ill, FORT STRKFT.

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. — 25 December 1899

Vol. II. Per Copy, 25 Cent. HONOLULU, DECEMBER 25, 1899. Per Year, $3.00 No. 14. CHRISTMAS TIDE, Its Influence cm Christendom. llV KKAKMN AUSTIN. ?fr M " Suiter little iliiklrcu lu come unto inc." N the joyous gladness of the Christmastide do we pause to reflect upon the significance of the day we celebrate its m ighty influence upon modern civil za tion ? What a factor the observance of the custom has been in infusing into the social fabric a wholesome moral stamina ? Mighty is the influence of an education that begins with the cradle and is annually punctuated until "lean and slippered old age with sans teeth, sans everything" slips into the oblivion of the grave. The " puking ' infant in its mothers arms receives its first impression of Christmas in the shape of a guttapercha rattle to chew upon, with tooth less gums, for a year until Christmas clay again comes around ; than a toy is received to be torn to pieces by its sturdy, chubby little hands ; and so on as the cycle of each...

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. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY His soul philosophy. Its influence reaches up to the man sions of the rich; it gladdens the hearthstone of the poor ; it brings a ray of hone to those compelled by adverse cir cumstances to live in squalor even to the outcast of society, as she sits in the gilded palaces of sin Christmas day brings back the memor' of a happy childhood and the first doll. Repentant tears chase each other down her painted cheek prematurely furrowed by dissipation. The repentance may be only transitory; but are not these pood thoughts recorded in heaven to the credit of one who has, perhaps, been more sinned against than sinning P I like to think so. Even the criminal in his cell, as Christmas day comes around, has a momentary pang of regret as his memory recalls a happy childhood and the joys of Christ mastide. The influence of Christmas at last converted " Scrouge, whose name was good on change for any amount he chose to put his name to, to a sentiment of humanity and a whole...

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. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. the act of smothering a sepulchral yawn; another leaned forward with both arms resting in the handle of its swords; a third stood with nrms akimbo. Hut the climax was raiiheii when. I discovered at the end of the gal lory, an object crouching on the floor. Shivering with fright, but drawn 'pit by uncontrollable curiosity, 1 approached. The moon at this moment came out from behind a cloud and shone full on a figure in armor kneeling by a window; oiv .ir.n rested on the sill, supporting the heavy casque. Fiom behind tho liais of the closed visor, 1 fancied ghastly eyes were gazing meditatively down into tho valley of tho Rhine! i held tho light aloft. Above tho door stood the horso of Otto Von Stauffcnborg but liderless! With a yell 1 dashed tho candlo to tho floor, rushed down the gallery and burst through the tapestry. I tore open a window and noticing that thick ivy ran up tho buttresses I grasped a handful tlucw myself out and clinging to tho ivy, reached...

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. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. flame from the crackling pine legs blazing on the andirons, I fell Into a reverie; from which I was nt length aroused by a prodigious snort from the general, who awoke with a start from a nap that had lasted over an hour. He apologized profusely for his want of manners, regretting that he had nothing in the way of entertainment to offer. I assured him that I hod thoroughly enjoyed the evening and as for entertainment, if he would tell me something of the history of the castle and its found ers, 1 would ask nothing oetter. BCTawBaMigi I I1FIHBI T"D- -- t.c- i mFc f," "It is hardly," saia the Skipper, "what ye'd term a Christmas story, tho' it's a first rate ghost tale and Christmas, outside of Hallowe'en is tho time for the spinning o' the supernatural yarn. It has the merit anyway o' being a personal experience and therefore a true story. "It was a gude many years ago, not before I had any thoughts o' the sea, for my longing for that came in wi' my first in...

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. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. "I'm n-'t r.upoititlous.though I'm Scotch, and while I'm surprised now at my boyish hardihood, 1 went closer to the grave and there sure enough was, distinct In tho moonlight, peering out from the weeds, an old mnn's fni (3 wl' bald head and white whiskers round under his chin. "I'd never set-n Mcn.ies, but I had no doubt I was looking on his dis embodied spirit and I felt 1 ho hair raise under my tarn o' shnnter. "Another gioan made my knees knock together. "Impelled by some unknown force, I nproached the grave. There lay, sti etched on the mound, the body of an elderly man, hntlcss and dis gustingly (lunik. It v.riH Hi own, a discharged soldier and n pensioner of the Squlies. "Ve drunken old booby," I cried, Indignant at the fright he had given me. 'Get up and go home.' " Oh, lad! Is that you. (j.irdon mon? Hae another stoup wi' mo!' "Ah ho only lived a short distance away, I left him to his whisky, after tiylng to rouse him to his tenses, and the last I ...

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. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. them all about It and for them to get their friends to come. We got the Chinaman to roast a pig and to make an enormous lot of pol a sub stance that looks like a bucket of old paste and tastes perfectly horrid. And when the time came, from miles around they ai rived in all sorts of conveyances and on horses. The women all came In their wrappers they didn't seem to think that anything else was necessary. They all sat down on the floor out on the verandah where the Chinaman had laid the spread when dinner time came and they all nte out of the same bowl with their fingers. After the meal was over they cleared the things away and had the place fixed for a dance. Some of the natives had brought a guitar and the cowboy came with his gasping accordion and when the music started Harold and I had a long waltz to start the thing f,oing. Oh! lie is such a lovely dancer. But I had heard so much about the hula dance that 1 was crazy to see the thing. Of course I didn't ...

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. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Christmas in the Tropics It don't seem much like Christmas, Mere in these Southern seas, With the land a dream of springtime, An' the fruit upon the trees, 'I he hirds are sinn'in' sweetly, The sun shines bright an' warm, Hut 1 jes' can't think 'tis Christmas, With no snow, nor ice, nor storm. As lonjj ns I cm reckon, I'e kept each hristnias Day, Way back in Indi.inny, In the good, old-fashioned way; Oh how 'twould sometimes snow there ! Hy Gosh I how hard she'd freeze ! And now well, this aint Christina'!, With this soft I'.-cific breeze. Whv we'd overcoats with collars, That was mule of beaver fur. And out-doors without ear-muffs, Wc wouldn't d."re to stir; And here thry'ri w irin' clolhin' You can see through to the skin, And they wish you " Merry Christmas I " Lord I I jest can't take it in. Then the skatin' an' the sleighin', And frolics in the snow, When with bob-sled an' a hay-rack, A ridin' we would go ; An' the gals 'ud cuddle closer, An' the boys ...

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. — 25 December 1899

8 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. phere that harmonized with the tropical aspect of the scene. After making many sharp turns and winding through some curious nooks the road suddenly terminated in front of a tall cottage, the verandah of which was enclosed by a lattice. The passenger had determined to discharge the hack here, but he wondered not a little how he would extricate himself alone from the labyrinth of alleys that ran in all directions through the neighborhood. He paid the hackman and, pfter seeing him diive away, noiselessly ascended the steps of the dwelling. Reaching the doorway, he stopped for a minute and looked across the verandah into a lighted room. A small lamp was burning on a table, beside which sat a man bent with years, poring over the pages of an account book. A high-post bedstead, covered with a mosquito net, stood in a corner, and there was little else in the room besides two or three chaiis, a wash-stand and a profuse assortment of pictures on the walls. The floo...

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. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Agricultural Developmemt of the Hawaiian Islands, (BY FRANKLIN AUSTIN.) INTRODUCTION. It Is proposed under the title " History of the Agricultural Deveop nient of the ilnwull'iu Islands," to prepare a carefully written work upon the history of the uigur Industry and other agricultural resources of these Islands. Such a wen k has never before been undertaken with anything like the detail or l.iithtulness to facts that I propose In the present work. All mi car men with whom I have talked concerning the work, agree that Mich u hook will prove to be exceedingly valuable If care is taken in the gathering of material and It is compiled In such a manner as to he of intrust to the general public, as well as to those in terested in (he planting of saigar cane and manufacture of sugar. I shall take great caio m the propatatlon of the work to avoid too much tech nicality, yet it will l)e Mililclcntly so to be of value to planters. The history of eveiy plantation In th...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899

IO AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY IBLRNlI DF DHHU. tigfvmjj!jmtj&&i'twylwvT HjPjt ifo Hfi?-' MB '! jW Ki'.feT"" SW ' - . '. - t.NWtj.i.sii. ,.:.,iA X &SMIW& Ki (5BSS&iSS.3f, WM yeSissS sK&mm&m g?$&&3 f,;z:.s. ' '- iViWEVbit-::.i& r,i, . .'.lAV".Vf iUBT.JWi &M3KMMIHHIilMM kTrlftfllHH Wk . .riw3UEUBIBHM The Palisades, back of Aluiimumi. ll'h lo ly ftanna. of the blackest i.n;t ra :it liawaiun history and had the effect of re tarding Ir.di r.l'lr.1 jmsmls far the :ie:l fiitocn years. The biig.tr iutltisfi y was not revived to any extent until late in the no's and ia:ly (. si v. 'in (.(. Mr Lie, at t'lupahikua, Maui, Cant. Ross and the Pchs en Kai ai .U;et ?. I. Aus'iii and the Hitohcocks at Hilo, Fiitln r llrnd at Kiln-'a Hawaii, thi. HaUlvlns, t-he Uaileys and Campbell & Turton on Maui ni'd i.uti v other eaiiy pionceis tack up the business with varying 8U,j.s-s. Lint the latter day development in the nugar Iridustiy really dates from the signi...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. ii place lit Waialua weie tlio wily sugar esttes on tho Island. But since tho construction of the Oalm Railway and tho Introduction of Irrigation by pumping from veils at the sua level largo areas have been brought under cultivation and weio heretofore waste land and thero aro still Uirg areas awaiting development. The Island of Oalm U uhonl thirty-live miles long and varies from fifteen to twenty-live milts in width. It abounds In beautiful pictur esque scenery. The magnilleent palisades or cliffs on tho north side of the island are unnqualed for ptcturesque grandeur, and it is conceded that the view fiom the Pall, seven miles from Honolulu, is ono of the most awe Inspiring views that eye has looked upon. The illustiation of the old labhioncd rice mill and the rice fields In the distance at Waiahole glu a fair idea of the extent of some of the plantations. The place Is owned by Mr. Lansing, Minister of the In terior, and compilers tome three hundred acres ...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899

12 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. growers that more care should be taken to return to the soil the ingredients exhausted by the crop. Various prepar ations of fertilizers prepared in the United States were experimented with, but as these preparations were made without an j' knowledge of the analysis of Hawaiian soils the' did not in all cases produce satisfactory results. Such were the conditions in regard to fertilization when Dr. Averdam arrived in Honolulu in 1893. lie came out from Hamburg for the purpose of investigating the Guano islands. Dr. Averdam has for many years held the very highest reputation in Europe as a chemist in the special line of fertilizers. For many years he was employ ed as the expert for the Chamber of Commerce in Hamburg. Hamburg is one of the largest manufacturing centers, for fertilizers in the world and in the interest of its Chamber of Commerce, he lias travelled in Africa, South America and in nearly every country of the world making scientitic investigat...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY 13 lhat forms the back-bone of the island. On the high ground close under the hills are conspicuously situated the church, school house and the elder's home, ot pretty modern archi tecture. Below on the lower slopes reaching to the sen are llie numerous houses of the natives who make their homes at the mission and by the road is the ever-present Chinese stoie. Within the settlement and spreading over rising hill sides, in the back ground, are extensive fields of sugar cane lh.it, at this time ot the year, are in flower, and in the bright sunlight spread a silvery sheen over the hillsides. To the left the low and marshy lands are devoted to rice culture. The native village gathered around the mission comprises about 300 inhabitants. In addition to this there are about 150 people of other nationalities, mostly Chinamen, who cultivate the rice fields. The school, which is maintained by the mission, has eighty native children enrolled. English is taught exclusiv...

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