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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
I AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. inHMMMEBvaiH eflPBBBP KrJ'8ii WMBBfiMBl I Mtfr tgl W " " ' ' " ST""! EiBxS&TD EBfF jSkTsEi VBB8I Krs6aMv ""' 'flM vaBBiEill flEE&v jlStf 2B?BPl " vw$j KSiitSwlBSiSkU'l v9hbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbh l- "Yt AJlw'4''"V J A CrlT' TXBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBvBL JJw3!rT.VJJJBJBBBBBrr , l. Hawaiian Fishermen. 2. Flower Girls. 3 Kaliuwaa Falls. 4. An oldest Inhabitant. .". Diamond Head 0 Grass Huts.- 7. Cocoanut Island. a
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
"I I n Sj, Sfc 4- e HAWAllANptf fFKLY, 5 l& ;P:f I Vol. II. Per Copy, 5 Cents. HONOLULU, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. Per Year, $3.00. No. "JO. SaSHpiHnHn The "family compact," so called, has troubles of its own. One of its most faithful running mates The Family namely, Marshal Brown, has kicked over the Compact has traces and refuses to be driven by the "boss." Troubles. The managing editor of Austin's Ha waiian Weekly and the Marshal are not exactly in accord. There have been personal differences, the nature of which is none of the public's business. But be it understood that the Weekly is not a personal organ. It was established as an independent journal devoted to the interests of all the people and will give the devil Tiis due. It will even praise Thurston if he will-do somethingrilliarit and stop meddling. Did some one say: "How dare you?" It sounded like it. The Weekly dares anything even to calling down the self constituted "boss" under federal rule. Not long since the Board of Hea...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Representative Loebenstien is not in accord with the government and never was. And yet the Poor Loeben. people of the island of Hawaii sent him stein, down to this infected city to beg the powers that be to give that large island a very .small degree of representation in the present crisis. But, dear Hilo people ! Why did you send Loebenstein? Why did you not send Andrews or Col. Baker? You know that Representative Loebenstein was not in accord with the government, under federal rule. Then too, representative Loebenstein is subject to sea sickness. Did you not know that? He has been-tossing about in the bay for a week writing letters to the Board of Health and, to tell truth, get ting awfully sea-sick answers for Hilo. While tossing on the briny ocean in the little Kilauea Hou, to keep from being quarantined, sad to say, his linen became soiled, while awaiting answers to his correspondence with the Board of Health yet, poor Loebenstein, when desiring to be ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. 4' 1 .jBSiiff LWW KaK hospital but owing to the very excellent sanitary arrange ments there is but little sickness, the daily average being about twenty sick out o a role of 5,750. The cost of feeding the people will approximate about twelve to fifteen cents per diem, per capita, not including cost of management, guards, etc- Up to the time of the Chinatown fire Chas. B. Wilson had entire charge of the camp but since it has been neces sary to house and feed so many people Mr. McVeigh has been appointed General Superintendent Mr. Wilson re taining the position of Superintendent of Construction. There is a special police force of 88 men besides ten san itary police. On authority of paymaster Damon last week's pay roll amounted to $977. But Mr. Wilson is fast reducing his fdrce as the work nears completion. One of the features of the camp is the splendid white coral macadamized roads and streets. The officers of this compact little city are as follows: Kalihi ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. July 1831, failed to register as voter, without taking oath to Constitution of United States. - 19.,' Oath of office. aa. Senate arid House choose own officers; make own rules ; keep journal , t 21.. Ayes and nays taken on request 1 5 members present. .22. Quorum.: .Majority of members of which each house is entitled, majority vote of those sufficient for ordinary-business . Final passage of law shall require majority Vote of all the members each House entitled to. 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, General rules of Legislature. 28; Senate of 15 members; hold office f or 4 years ; pro-yided,,- ist election,- 2 from 1st district"; 1 from 2nd; 3 from 3rd; 'i. from 4th, shall hold office for 2 years only. !3i. How vacancies may be filled. 3a. Senatorial district:' 1 st Island of Hawaii; 2nd Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe; 3rd, Oahu; 4th, Kauai and Niihaui . 33. Senatorial apportionment: From 1st district, 4 sen ators; 2nd, three; 3rd, six; 4th,' two. V 3 Qualificatio...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY V The Kaumakapili Cfaiurclhi Fire. 5ome Reminiscent Remembrances of the Flre-Flghters. The fire events of the past weeks, dating from the authorized destruction of the infected plague blocks, containing the dens of the Asiatic and other demi-monde.known officially as Blocks 14,15, etc., up to and including the last extended sweep of the fire fiend's element, whose fearful presence obliterates, destroys or, at the least, defaces all with which its baleful breath brings contact, these past events have served to bring forward again to public view and notice, out of the obscurity in which they have so long lain, "un known, unhonored and unsung," once more, "to where duty calls," again to the front from amid the rank and file of the disbanded but once glorious, Volunteer Fire Department of Honolulu, many of the old time fire-fighters, whose laurels were won in the long since "forgotten pasts" and with whom even royalty itself claimed fellowship by right of offici...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Degeneration of Society By Julia Ward Howe. I remember the careful training of my youth, the strict con struction of what then passed for the best English, when no word of slang was permitted; the respect shown to elders, the authority of their opinion, the bonds of the family and the neighborly good will. I contrast with this pictures of our later times, the present patronizing attitude of the young people in society to the old, the free use in New York society, or what many call high society, of what we may call the dialects of low life, but, far more and worst of all, the modern aristocracy of the millionaire classes, I have in mind principally the aping by Americans of foreign tastes and ambitions, the retrogression by members of this society from the noble genius of out historic record to the deficits of socie ty. In Aesop's fables the ass puts on the lion's skin, but in our modern society this is reversed; the lion put on the ass' skin. The American l...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. PUBLISHKD BY THE AUSTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY. FRANKLIN AUSTIN, Managing Editor' ALLAN DUNN, Aaaooiate Editor and Artist. Subscription, $3.oo per Year. United Stated 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, Alakea. Lincoln Block, King St.. near HONOLULU, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. It appears like an irrepressible conflict. The Saxons of Ihe new world and the Saxons of the old world are learning something. The Boers in Africa and the Filipinos in the' Philippines will fight for their homes to a fin ish. The bubonic plague appears to be extend ing to all parts of the globe. It has recently visited Australia and the Argentine Republic. Should it get a firm foothold in the latter country it is apt tq devastate; the, whole South American continent, a country hardly well fortified to beat it off. In truth. South Ameri can cities are very susceptible to the malady. ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
10 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY; rr-s Ltaced etna fererje-pctl. etr) er)2.PGtJ It. is a moot question whether the gaye- nouns Mr. Bingham's study went to adjec ty of the vaudeville or the preaching of the tives, then to verbs and finally to sentences. Austin's Hawaiian Weekly, 5 cents per copt). Chester Doyle knows how-to jolly up the Japs. This is the unhappiest kon-i-hi Honolulu Chinamen ever had. The Louisiana lottery is a mild Sunday school diversion when compared with' the fire insurance business. "The Man from Hilo" has had enough ad vertising to warrant him in starting on a lecture tour with any old subject to talk about. The Aloha Aina has issued a Hawaiian calender of the year. It is a creditable piece of work for the only Hawaiian daily in the islands. It seems to be Mr. Pain's sentiment that the public can wait till Kilauea freezes over. Now is the time for the government to put a kibosh on the trnm car franchise. There are voting competitions going on as to who is the most p...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. 1 Kr Alexander & Baldwin Agents for Haiku Sugar Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co., Hawaiian Com. and Sugar Co., Paia Plantation Co., Kihei Plantation Company Theo. ti. Davies & Co., Ltd. TALK US CHEAP- shippingandGonwiissionMsriicaiits. Ed, Hoflschlaeger & Co., MOD BUILDNO ' ,. ',. '., '...,... ' Dry and Fancy Goods, Haberdashery, Hosiery, Millinery, Tailors' Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnish ing uoods, Ctothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Hard ware, Cutlery, Stationary, Clocks, Perfumery, Musical Instruments, Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Wines, Beer and Liquors; California Wines of Kohler & Fronl ing, San Francisco. Agency North British & Mercan tile Fire Insurance Comp.ins of London; Wester ma) er's Pianos. B.RGhlbs& (So. Importers of When You Buy ara D . an(j . p . Qq Edison Phonograph and Records from the News Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS Importers and Commission Merchants. Kaahumanu Street. Dressmaking Parlors, Fort Stieet, Honolulu. H. HACKFEL...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 3 February 1900
IT AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. I ,fXJk PM . Tj?' beawtUfcil a( dc.o rt sT VVaialua i nw ojaer;, ar)q afjor-cjl Trje. be1 acconyrY'dalTor tor ociriyT ard othcrl (eekirs; health and recrcTTon. .. .Ke "Hotel i prryfhed traKbaT wi'fy 1te rrol rToderr congruence vinG iiowrJ:icclricJjihiTpiarl and vvaier or jrje bqrefhqaallijron Natural WinJJ- jcrryj nyiclerate' WELA KA HAO SALOON "The Favorite." . M. CUNNINGHAM, - - I'KOI'RIl' IOR. Choice Wines and Liquors. AND Home Bakery Cafe The Only First-Class American Restaurant in the City. Cafe Open from 6 a. m. till Midnight BUSINESS LUNCH, from u a. m. till 2 p. m. 35 Cent DINNER, from 5 to 7 p. m 50 Cent 527-529 FORT STREET. HONOLULU. PUTBBt Can be in quantities to suit. Df PlIPB Fresh California Fruits in sea- DliVB son. You get the best of j . . , everything when you trade at California Fruit Market Corner King and Alakea Streets. Metropolitan Beat (jo. 108 King Street. G. J. WALLER, : : Manager. Wholesale and Retail BTJTOHEBS AND CONTRACTORS ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 24 February 1900
It !"- It's- 1 ft' tf A v.'k3L,tr' . b35z- -- Vol. II. Per Copy, 5 Cents HONOLULU, FEBRUARY 2,, i9oo. Per Year, $3.00. No. 23. i If sseb Kip r IMST I it lltlLI One Kani o Nohili, Kauai. I Kfi 'lib (2 (Hirlwii b 'and of Nolnli, k-iu-u ) I lEI Mm Ink , 'i - '.- . -dS. . - K3vt r a L-st 'I U jidfaMSV A X . A v V .. iSS n 1 J
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 24 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY Alexander & Baldwin itGA M- 2S.SL& Co- Agents for Haiku Sugar Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co., Hawaiian Com. and Sugar Co., Paia Plantation Co . Kihei Plantation Company Theo. H. Dayies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS Importers and Commission Merchants. Kaahumanu Street. TALK IS CHEAP- When You Buy an Edison Phonograph and. Records from the News Co., Ltd. Dry and Fancy Goods Haberdashery, Hosiery, Millinen, Tailors' Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnish ing uoods, dothing, lioots. and Shoes, Hats, Hard ware, Cutlery, Stationary, Clocks, Perfumery, Musical Instruments, Groceries, Crockerv, Glassware. Wines, Uecr and Liquors; California Wines ol Knhler S. Froul ing, San Francisco. Agency North liritish &. Mercan tile Fire Insurance Compans of London; Wester mayer's Tianos. B.Rhlef$s& (So. Impniters of Dry : and : Fancy : Goods Dressmaking Parlors. h. LTD. HACKFELD & CO., HONOLULU. H. I. Importers, Sugar Factors and General Commission Agents A(ji;nts for ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 24 February 1900
& S&fr Vol. II. Per Copy, 5 Cents. HONOLULU. FEBRUARY 24, 1900. Per Year, $3.00. No 23. The Advertiser has made this week a report of public opinion concerning- the failure of the Board The Topic of of Health to burn the Hotel stables. Not the Hour. only that paper, but all the daily papers are wondering why this property has not been consumed by the flames. At the time of going to press the Hotel stables are still in existence, and no rat-proof fence has been placed around the ashes of the plague infected spot. Public opinion, at this writing, is running high, and will not brook any relaxation of the drastic measures instituted thus far to stamp out the plague. Chinatown was burned and many other plague-infected spots and yet, when it came to these, there was a demur. Now, although two cases of plague have died who were working at the Hotel stables, the demur has turned into an attempt to "whitewash'' the whole affair by equivocal possi bilities that" the plague of these pa...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 24 February 1900
AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY ."; Christian Endeavors' Washington Birthday. Xo Charters Olcoti Away in Cuba. Hi s"wfrfinijjBPB The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of thfi Central Union Church gave one of the most enjoyable entertainments in the social histoiy of the charch last Thurs day evening. The affair partook of the characters of a Washington party, inasmuch as the principal character rep resented were General and Lady Washington and the period was the anniversary of Washington's birth. Thi parlors of the church were dressed in their gayest attire with flowers, ferns, palms and flags, while the varied costumes of our grandsires and granddames seen on every hand lent a colo nial air to the occasion. 'There were some happy musical selections rendered by several of the ladies and gentlemen S resent. A supper was served at a late hour. Geo. Wash igton was impersonated by Mrs. Lyle, A. Dickey and Mar tha Washington by Miss Ada R. Whitney. Among the others who assumed the ro...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 24 February 1900
- "; f AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Business amid Real Estate, '.I w Improce Streets Influences. What influence the construction of a street has on the land values may be best judged from the time when new streets are laid out for the purpose of erecting houses. The ground and the pro ductiveness of soil increases, under such circumstances, over ten times in value when compared with the value of an ordinary field. The sanitary conditions in medium-sized and large cities is greatly dependent upon the system observed in construction and keeping the streets. Improvements clubs are wanted! Much work should be done and can be by united efforts. Sewers and their Mysteries. No one contemplating a trip to Europe should omit to visit the sewers of Paris, and thus form some idea of the importance that is there attached to that branch of the municipal machinery. And no one could fail to be interested, aside from the mysteries of the gigantic work, to hear of the wonderful and varied articles that...