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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899
4 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. w$v'MHxw'g'$!2!!2r "?',!"" can be pushed with greater results, and at infinitely less expense. So impressed are the Latter Day Saints with the success here that they have purchased a great tract of land in Mexico, where the same colonizing plan is being under taken. The same system has also been put into operation in Canada and in Palestine. There is also a Hawaiian colony in Utah working on the same principle as at Laie, while in Southern Utah this plan has suceeded with the Indians, where nothing else would hold them together. Laie is now under the able management of elder Samuel E. Wooly, who first made a trip here in 1880 and served three years. His second visit was in 1895 and he has at his own request served longer than required, as he likes the work among Hawaiians. Mr. Wooly has also worked among the Hawaiians in the Utah settlement, making his en tire service with Hawaiians alone about thirteen years. The assignment to Hawaii seems to be the most...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. t5 DtVoft D f ''frt'- f i' iUSs - Newlands resolution, is an arbitrary act that is r JtojHE f'VC'IM I 1? , h' "foij?'- only unconstitutional, but works n'eat injustice to i (.vvnrcTr - 7jy"" V AX J 'tMti&A nocent purchasers and retards business in prochi JilfIL S ArmSmK' ia. a felin of ""y .innd tillos- . T RSi!SB5r --SSSS r"i EEKLY (Pacif-h I'lMU.lSHI I) i'.V I 1111 AUSTIN PUHI.ISIIING COMPANY. NKLIN AUSTIN, Mnnn;in; Editor. DUNN, Associate lScltlnr unci Artist. Fl ALLAN .Subscription, $:i oo per Yuar. United State and Canada, $5.00 per Year. Other L'ou .tries 111 Postal Union $( x per Yeir, Postage Paid. Single ( opy, l'ie Cents, Business Office and Editorial Rooms, Lincoln Block, King St , near Alakea. HONOLULU, DECEMBER 25. 1S99. What the Congress of the United Stales will do is some thing no one dare predict. What it ought The Enabling to do is quite another matter. It is certain Act. sit least that it will not enact legislation in the interest ot'...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899
i6 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. - LDCBL There are fifty golfers in Honolulu, a num ber sufficient to form a flourishing club. Messrs. Lovekin and Adams take the lead in this invigorating pastime. The case of W. C.J. Ottman against the Minister of the Interior to show cause why a light wine and beer license should not be granted to the plaintiff was before the Su preme Court last week, and now awaits the decision of the full bench. The Australia's new captain, a veteran of the civil war, has responded to the call for school-flag funds. Though long and favorably known in this port, he has sig nally made a good impression as com mander of Old Reliable. Owing to an unavoidable accident which destroyed the beautiful frontis piece on the colored cover and many of the most important halftone illustra tions of this beautiful Christmas edition of Austin's Hawaiian Wkekly it was absolutely necessary to delay publication until Tuesday morning instead of Christmas morning as announced. Our art pri...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899
1 n i K 1 The Best Bottle Beer That Comes to Town. RAINIER ON TAP Or in . . . BOTTLE, at CRITERION SS. "3 ESS! Je--u C A o C .A a, i'A V -Pfe5' &. fc'M k.&& jlJ-' Ss usyf. $ i o2n vvk Of & 3BjJSV"n ' Jir . w; r A L. t . J- F if: yM,: mmm. When Yd,m QiniYou Want (300 U FOOD, Well Cooked, Well Serccd, I'romptlij and l-'conainicullu Wo pai Bccrij ntt-Mitioii to your psrsonul comfoit Via clwrnu reasonably fur occry thliiH iswrcieo n lu Curt" ul nil houru Carriage, Wagon and Truck , PAINTING, TRIMMING JFACTURING. Fine I 'orseshoeing a Specialty. REPAIRING, PAINTING, TRIMMING AND MANUFACTURING. Agency -of the Rubber Tire Wheel Company flatfaiiaii Carriage JVtanufacturing Company, Queen Street, near Fort Street, CalK! AUlrc : Kenn), Honolulu h Sin Francisco Telephone 920 McCABE, HAMILTON k RENNY, STEVEDORES Home Bakery and Cafe C. R, CARLTON, Hanager 0.1,0210 And at Seattle and Tacoma
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 25 December 1899
ft .- 1 ? .rrTiv yirv ideal 'veayde Tfetarl ituated al Wa i a lua J)ey red to meet tke all & et recjuirernertl of the frii W.VVheirwalidtke ' vmJiTm idler ard the overtaxed 'r'jSTl ary ff buine 6ihC K "'" IKorou6hlyabto darfe ir ' ;, ?fffij' " 1 ircMecture and Wrijhir6 '" '. aciouroorxady ver- ardaK,areaualled cenerv v. Iaret pnr6 water Electa
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
m 5 gW- , ttf7tr U5i Vol. II. Per Copy, 5 Cents. HONOLULU, JANUARY 20, 1000. Per Year, $3.00. No. 18. ra7,!r-.'lilli!.'l'lilllll!!lll,!JII.I,:iIMIi!HJ2!lll!lll ' :""lai. '' 'I "lllii "PiMiT EMm ' I i 'I'Hlllr. 'W IJTV Mil UP.WiKmi, ' "Hi. .hW ! ilTi' lL,ffiiffi HI ESS " igsai.,,! 'isHilPlil!! npn There is a remedy for the plague : Stop Asiatic immigration immediately. It is a harsh measure, Stop the but severe evils require severe remedies. In this Asiatics, crisis the Hoard of Health has a greater power than even Congress. It can do anything but rule the elements. It can remove a family from one quarter to another and burn their dwelling. A body that does this can stop a pest-ship from coming into the harbor. The Board of Health is doing splendidly, but it can advance a step farther in exercising its functions. It should decree that all communication with Japan and China must cease until those countries shall make themselves clean. It should order Japanese immigrants, with their be...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
j ( N , "- AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. v With travellers and those who have intimate deal ings with the Japanese in his native land there has long been expressed the opinion that the "little brown man" would have to take the fall that lies ahead of Pride. The Japanese, once master of the Russians, would imagine themselves the fighting equal of any nation, a parity that does not by any means follow, and calmly appropriate the Chinese Empire for thesr own ends, shutting out the com merce of all competitors. There may be no little truth in this supposition. The Japanese are, without doubt, fully aware of their own pos sibilities, but it is not improbable that the wisdom of her statesmen realizes the fact that she is yet in the kinder garten of Modern Lore and Advancement, and hesitate before she takes such a decisive step. On several occasions yhen, for instance, the Japanese Government having purchased a warship and attemptedto bring it home under entirely Japanese command, casualties a...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
I M AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Srovmces, lurope. has many more centenarians than Northern Ode to Sheriff Andrews of Hilo. 1 he Tropics have one great benefit, the effects of more light or more sunshine, Acclimatisation is not a very hard matter if one is actually living for any lengthy period in tropical countries. So many are there for but a short time, they go then, tempted by the opportunies for money getting and expecting no lengthy stay are loath to give up the customary foods and mode of living. To them the tropics are unhealthy. Malaria is dangerous only to those addicted to the use of alcohol. The great majority of those who return from the tropical climates declaring them un healthy are careless of the proper restriction in one way or another. Of course the natives of such countries are proverbially the people of mamma or mahoftc and without the energy or indeed the knowledge of the white, sanitary conditions soon become threatening sources of disease. In aboriginal days if ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
I AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Famous Charlotte Bronte Cosey, French coffee: English tea. The words hang together as naturally as hook and eye, cup and saucer, shovel and tongs. As the French have no monosyllabic equivalent for " home," so they employ two words to describe the cosey, without which no English tea service is complete. When they speak of it at all and their need of naming it is infrequent they call it a " couvrette." Not knowing how to make tea, they do not like to drink it, and con cern themselves little as to the appurtenances of the tea equipage. Anglomania takes an amiable form in the social function which has teakettle, teapot, creamjug, sugarbowl, sugar tongs, teacaddy, and the multiform cosey, as its motif. Yet a gentleman of the very old school used to attend " after noon teas " because the hissing kettle, the hissing pot and the warm aroma of the " woman's tipple " reminded him of the days when his mother kept the teapot on the hob on winter afternoons and regale...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY !v1 BILL OF THE MARY B. Over the dingy sides of the schooner Mary 13, leaned a man, slowly pulling on a cob pipe, ashis gaze rested across the river where Camden's chimneys and spires rose indistinct in a blur of smoke. A snorting tug turned across the bows of an approach ing ferryboat, which swerved from its course with elephantine grace and splashed on toward the slip. In the crowd on her deck were a group of Salvation Army lassies, and upon these the gazer on the Mary 13 turned his eyes. He puffed steadily until the ferryboat disappeared, when he called, as if he had just remember ed something: "Say, Jim; come here." A slouchy individual, with ginger chin whiskers, appeared from the cabin at Bill, the smoker's, command. "Jim," he began, after a preliminary puff, "Christmas is get tin' near." "Three days off," volunteered Jim. "And most likely," went on Bill, "some of them Salvation Army folks'll come poking around for old duds or money for the poor. If an...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. HnVcnfcti 4ifclhi . sr jTo r f s,Cc5'q l. MK n. 1 1 him ! ifirsMv2s?Z- iaw nu o rnntiiaijm- HAWAIlANffii-REKLY l 1"-feaBMKvjSg;sssg' rec l-sj IMF1 "'-inifg'zZj icr"rir'r PUBLISHED BY THE AUSTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY. FRANKLIN AUSTIN, ManaglnK Editor. ALLAN DUNN, Associate Edttor and Artist. Subscription, $3.oo per Year. United States and Canada, $5.00 per Year. Other Countries in Postal Union, $6.00 per Year, Postage Paid. Single Copy, Five Cents, Business Office and Editorial Rooms, Lincoln Block, King St., near Alakea. HONOLULU, JANUARY 20, 1900. It is to be hoped that Dr. Hoffman's batch of plague destroyer hatches out speedily and successfully. In Portugal the death rate is much lower in infected cases than here, possibly due to the use of this or some similar serum. The Weekly again calls the attention of the Board of Health to the rat typhoid germs now being used in Osaka by the governor of that province. The germs were brought from Tokio and distribut e...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WtfEKLV. 9 Tom Brace's Scheme. Yes ! that's the Admiral in command down 'ere, the finest sailor afloat, an' a man every inch of 'im. Saved my life when we was both younger. Jumped overboard in the Western Ocean, 'e did, when I'd fallen from the topmast 'ead into the main rigging, 'an from there plump over ther rail into the ocean. But 'e says I repaid 'im when I married 'im to Miss Kate O'Grady, ther then Port Ad miral's daughter. Yer see, it were this way. Miss Kate (O lor, weren't she a beauty in them days) were in love with 'er in love, why 'e could'nt eat, nor smoke, nor chew, and when a sailor can't smoke ncr chew, it's 'orrible. Now you must know that ther Captain (as 'e then was) were a brave man, but when it came to tellin' that ther little girl, Miss Kate, that 'e were dead gone on 'er, why he could'nt screw 'is courage up to the point' 'an if I 'adn't a stepped in an' 'elped Mm out, why 'ed 'a' been single yet. Yer see my financy were maid to Miss Kate, a...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
10 - AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. If- 1 1 ri 1 A man falling down in a fit in front of the jOCGtl Grrjd. v2Jr2.r)Z,i?Zr.h ' Beaver restaurant on Friday morning creat- on the street said it was a -case of apoplexy, whereupon one of Mr. Nolte's steady board ers remarked: "If the mart has apoplexy he never got it here." Love and Poker. "My ' Queen " said he, " I'd like 'twopiir' With you." The fair maid blushed, And said: "Now, Jack, I'd 'bent' you there, . For, don't you see, I'm flushed?" " But that ain't 'straight,'" replied her "Jack;" (That "hand-sir" dimmed his lustre;) "Such 'play' (on words) you know I lack" And then he "double bussed" her. " Please name the day ; I would ' deal light' To even ' board ' your 'ante,' I've ' table steaks' ' give me a sight ' SJall I 'order cards 'or shan't 17" The " Queen " said yes ; and now, grown bold, They "draw" their carriage wicker; On afternoons you'll "see" them stroll It " holds up a little kicker ! " T. .. misoninTUnsvilU World. Up to the...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Alexander & Baldwin wftJiMlmvh Ed- Mschiaeger &co., XAlViiUUUUl V. JUAUIIUA a' ,.,. ,,iL c..r... .r - ... . Corner KinK and Uethel Streets. Agents for Uniku Sugar Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co., Uhi...!!.. " 1 t - r ' mi . .t ukwuii.ui v,iiiu, ,u i u .-uy;u vo,, raia naniauon Co . Klhei Plantation Tompanv Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS Importers and Commission Merchants. Kaahumanu Street. TALK IS CHEAP- When You Buy an Edison Phonograph and Records from the News Co., Ltd. Corner King and Uethel Streets. Dry and Fancy Goods, Haberdashery, Hosiery, Millinery, Tailors' Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnish, ing uoods, Ctothing, Boats and Shoes, Hats, Hard ware, Cutlery, Stationary, Clocks, Perfumery, Musical Instruments, Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Wines, Beer and Liquors; California Wines of Knhler & Front ing, San Francisco. Agency North British & Mercan tile Fire Insurance Compans of London; Wester mayer's Pianos. B.KGhleis&o. Im...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 20 January 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. OSl HHPDHHi' II T 29Hf IIIIIIIIIIHllllllHIIIIIHIIIIIIIlM.JbHaHUMtt.A- -Cc IKKsSinriMniri 8 HHUHHI uU&Iibi fcthciK1' TW' 1 bcaticilea(ideor1aTVyaialua i now oer7, and afford ( the betfacconrrY'daT70r forlocirUTt and other! (eckin? health and recreafT7n. .. .fletto1l i jurri(hcd 1rociodt" witr tHernp" rroderr corcrierce navino. if ovnx ecincLiehT r amand Wafer of 7ie- bqrtTtjaalilpjroi Nalaral WinjV je nyjderate- " WELA KA HAO SALOON The Pnvnrite." PROPRIETOR. V. M, CUNNINOHAM, Choice Wines and Liquors AND Hditib Bakery The Only Firet-CIaes'Mtncrlcan Restaurant in thfocity. Cafe Open from 6 a. m. till Midnight. BUSINESS LUNCH, from n a. ni. till 2 p. m. 35 Cent DINNER, from 5 to 7 p. m 50 Cents 527-529 FORT STREET, HONuLULU.- PlJPBBt Can be in quantities to suit Df PlIPH Fresh California Fruits in sea- DliVB son. You get the best of Dil . . . everything when you trade at California Fruit Market Corner King and Alakea Streets. Zr Orpheum Family Theatre. En...