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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 June 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR: FRIDAY, JU3STB 1G, 1893. SIX PAGES. 13 THE SITUATION. (Written by a Hawaiian.) The political situation and public opinion within the last few months has changed considerably from a radical to that of a conservative course. Wc hail with joy the glad tidings of the appoint ment of a Commissioner by President Cleveland of ex Congressman the Hon. James H. Mount f Georgia, and re cently appointed Minister Resident. Judging by his qtm'ifications there is no doubt he was selected and instructed for certain duties and functions to ful fill of a strict private investigation. Learning from those that came in con tact with the honorable gentleman, and with whom I had the honor of paying my "respects as a Hawaiian since his arrival, that no advice can be obtained from him of any nature; on the con trary, he is informed by callers of our political evolution to those who avail themselves cf the opportunity. He is a gentleman of integrity, wis dom and shrewdness, a patriot to hi...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 June 1893

? ill TIIE ITAAVATTAN STAR : FRIDAY, JUNE 1G, 1803.-Dt IMAGES. hr-- ft (Continued from Third puge.) to shoulder the firm step of a conqueror, the banker, planter, merchant, me chanic, laborer, and even to the poorest and humblest of patriotic citizens, to strain every nerve in the human body with grit, pluck and courage- for the cause, for if you don't succeed, try and try again, as Little drops of ter, Little grains of sand : Make the mighty ocean And the pleasant land. The time is not far distant that the Stars and Stripes of the home, the brave and the free will ascend to the ienith of its pinnacle on Hawaiian terri tory, unfurling to the breeze in these beautiful and tropic.il isles, which are the emeralds of the Pacific ; from the snowy and iced crests of Mnunn Kea, fifteen thousand feet above the level of the sea, its summits piercing into space, you look down, but a century ago, the barrier between civilization on the one side and almost unbreken bar barism on the other, the ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 June 1893

m Mm IIAWAJIA Stfift: M$A, JUtfElG, 1S03.SIX PA&ISS. 51 AN ATHLETIC SECRETARY. THE NEW ACQUISITION OF THE Y. M. C. A. Something About D. W. Corbett His Past Work A Robust Christian Character. and At an early hour this morning a Star reporter called on Mr. D. W. Corbett, the new secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association of Honolulu, and in the course of a few minutes' con versation found that he was not only a pleasant and affable gentleman, but at the same time an enthusiast in foot ball, baseball, and other athletic sports. Judging from the favorable press com ments made previous to his departure from Montreal, Mr. Corbett would prove a valuable acquisition to the Crescents, and that club should lose no time in securing his services. No better record of Mr. Corbett's services, both in Christian and athletic worlds, can be obtained from any source than the following extract from the Montreal Witness of a recent date. It says : "It is with general regret that Mont real Y...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 June 1893

THE HAWAIIAN- START FRIDAY, JUNE aS, 1893.-STX PAGES. l I? I V I 7 h IF i r r (Continued from Fourth Page.) - - - little tired of having their representa tives abroad -abused by Democratic newspapers and politicians for no bet ter reason than because they have up held the authority and dignity of the United States. It was thus that Mr. Ugan was misused, while with great sagacity, moderation and good sense he was endeavoring to compose our difficulties with Chili. It is getting to be character istic of the Democratic party to rhow distrust of any diplomatic officer of the Government who stems to think the American flag a significant emblem. Minister Stevens is accused of encourag ing the revolution in Hawaii, whereas it is notorious that he was absent from the capital when it occurred, that he had been absent for ten days, that the revolution was precipitated by Queen Llliuokalnni's arbitrary and unlawful conduct in attempting to promulgate a new Constitution seizing for herself abso...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 June 1893

THE HAWAIIAN TERMS I FIFTY CENTS A.MONTH IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY "AFTERNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY. VOL. 1. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1893. SIX lA(il5S. NO. 70. U5UIC50 (Curbs. tJllsiltCCfi QTlUl)0. flusmcsu (ilhiV tiusincs ;tvt)s. Insurance .Jloticcfi. 1 r jit OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council. S. U. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and Min ister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. At. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provis ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Drown, John Nott, F. '.V. McChesney, James F. Morgan, Ed. Suhr, J. P. Mcndonca, E. D. Tenncy, C. Bolte, W. F. Allen, Henry Waterhouse, A. Young, F. M. Hatch. John Emmcluth. C. T. Rodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Supreme Court. ..Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. ' Hon. H. F. Bick...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 June 1893

ft 1 T The Hawaiian Star. 1 niE HAWAIIAN STAR i SATURDAY, JUNE IT, 1893.-SIX PAGES, PUBLISHED EVERY APTBRNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Ltd. WALTEk O. SMITH, WM. 1'. TlLIlEN, Managing Editor. ltatinM Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Vei Year In Advance, .... $0.oo Per Month in Advance, ... .50 Ferritin, per Year In Advance, 10.00 ADVERTISING RATES: Rate for transient and regular atlvcrlistiiH may be obtained at ihc publication omcc. Dell Telephone Number 237, Mutual 365, SATURDAY, : JUNE 17, 1893. QUESTION OF TURE. NOMENCLA. Judge Cooleys borum argument resolves itself to a matter of names. He expresses doubt that a "Provisional' government has the right to transfer a country, over the destinies of which it lias acquired guardianship. Naturally he does not affect to deny that a re publican, oligarchical or other regular nnd established form of authority could make an annexation treaty in which event all we should have to do in the way of getting jurisdiction...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 June 1893

Tim HAWAIIAN" STAJ1: SATURDAY, 17, 189.1 SIX PAGES. ffiencfitt SbbcrHscmcnts. Obcncrttl JUHjcrt'Scmcnts. domestic flrobuce. (General bbcriiscincnts. OUR LETTER FROM HILO. "A. B. L'S" WEEKLY RESUME OF LATE NEWS. Agriculture, Politics, Commerce and Social Doings on the Island of Hawaii. M. McINEMY. Hilo, June 15. If history haf, a habit of repeating itself, Kainehameha day just past, shows but a sorry exhi bition of the rule, for there has been little, if any, of the attendant festivities which usually go to nuke that day a gala one among Hawaiians. The day opened with regular old fashioned Hilo weather, and the cats and dogs which tumbled in profusion from the sky dur ing the morning soon converted many of the streets into muddy canals. The weather clerk fjiled to get over his ugly mood till about noon, after which the sun took a hasty peep at things, and finally emerged giving us a beautiful afternoon. Whether it is the dampness that has rendered the Kamehameha day cele bration more...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 June 1893

7 THE HAWAIIAN STAR: SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1893. SIX PAGES. f A- (Continued from Thinl page.) At Waitnea so far 34 names have been given in as representing the num ber of indi iduals ilesnous of securing homesteads on the Puukapu tract, while for Paualn close by, so far about 25 names have been given in to date. On both these tracts settlers ale nnxious to locate at once, and il is nut outside the realm of probability that within one year Waimea will be an inipoiiant agricultural center. The need of pre serving the forest remnants throURh this section has already been com mented upon in a former letter and can not be emphasized too forcibly, and it is to be hoped that the Board of Agriculture will see its way clear to , establish a branch nursery there. In all likelihood between seventy and eighty lots will be laid out within the next few months, and it would not be a bad policy to make it incumbent upon 'the settler as one of the conditions of his tenure, to set out the young trees Wh...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 June 1893

v? ,..v, . --""' " '' QTltH HAAlIAtf S'l'AA: SAa'tnitiATT, JLTNTI Ifr, 1898. SIX PA&ES, 6 GRADUATING EXERCISES. THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE OAHU COLLEGE. Essays and Music at the Central Union Church A Notable Affair. The Central Union church was the Mecca of a great social pilgrimage last evening, the occasion being the fifty second commencement of Oahu Col lege, at which five young men and one young wjnun received their graduating diplo.ius. Toe church was profjsely adorned with flowers, and the organ behind the pulpit was brightened by the college colors of buff and blue, which surrounded a likeness of '93's class pin. After the audience had been seated, the orchestra played "The Diadem" and the college trustees, President Hosmer and family and the senior class filed to their seats, the president and the gradu ates taking a position on the platform. The exercises began with an invo cation by Rev. O. I'. Emerson, after which the hrst commencement address was made by Alexander M. At...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 June 1893

T0 Hfi HAWAIIAN STAR! SAtfUttDAi- JUldJ'17, 18DS.-SDC IMAGES. " jll ' ' ffcjfllftini.m n in i iiiiiiw m lat'li'i II inn iltMMaajCTgaai-i 11 i.Ti liii'mHlnm- ni am i' i mmm mttm mi mi w"n inillli mm mill .11 ! mniiM.intr rM TfflirrnKH-i'TrtT'f'V V "trSr??2--- - miniYTrmTIMMWliTl1 Chicago smokeand climate. (foiicval flbbrrliacmentB. (Gctural .bUcrtit-cinctUo (Scncrul biicrUocmotla. (General pibticrttBcnmtts. (general buetiiscmcntc IP: ' V Rh. tlfL. v IJ r - .1.. n - I I I I 1 who woum uo 10 me worms rair. Two things of special interest Chi- Aim flt tPR II T rl K R Two things of special interest Chi cago presents to visitors this summer. One is the Exposition, the other is the climate. The first you may neglect if you want to, but from the latter there 11 no escape. The Chicng') climate is fearfully and wonderfully made. Therefore the pre partitions for an encounter with it Should be prayerfully considered. Any misguided woman who thinks she cat? "go to Chicago in a handbag" would bett...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 June 1893

THE HAWAIIAN TERMS t H1PTYCHNTS A. MONTH IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY. VOL. L HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: MONDAY , EVEN IN C J , JUNE 10, 1893. SIX PACJES. NO. 71. A fi OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OP THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council. S. U. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and Min ister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Aiivisorv Council. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provis ijnal Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Hroivn, IS. D. Tenney, John Nott, C. Uolte, F. W. McChesney, W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Kd, Suhr, A. Yftung, J. P. Mendonca, P. M. Hatch. John Emmelulh. C. T. Rodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils, i Supreme Court. ' Hon. A. V. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. Dickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. K. Frcar, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chie...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 June 1893

. ..... ' t . 14 V intern The Hawaiian Star. f'UBl 1SHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Ltd. W'ALTEk O. Smith, Wm. P. Tilurn, - Managing Editor." liusiliess Manager, SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Pef War In Advance, .... $6.00 Per Month in Advance, ... ,50 i-oteign, per vir in Advance, lo.oo ADVERTISING RATES: Kates for transient and regular advertising may ue ouuuneu at tne publication oilice. Bell Telephone Number 237, Mutual 365. MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1893. BOMBASTES FURIOSO. It may be that tourists and others are impressed by the stentorian claims of Claus Spreckels, which are being made at every corner of the street, that he used to have his own way here in politics under the monarchy and will continue so to do in spite of the world, the flesh and the devil but as for the people of Hawaii, when they hear all this, they smile knowingly and give themselves the wink. Mr. Spreckels is like the prancing terror of the Ark ansaw corner-grocery who announced t...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 June 1893

iihn 'dt i . iTi r at i liln t ii THE HAWAIIAN ST All: MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1893. SIX PAGES. THE ODD FELLOWS. cncnti Ucrtiscmcnto. cncntl bcrt'ocmcnts. pomcctic iJrobucc. (Scncnil bUcrticcmcnto. 1 INTERESTING MEMORIAL VICES YESTERDAY. SER- M. McINEM. Address bv Hon. W. O. Smith-Tlie Memory of W. E. Herrick Kept Green. Arc we to be, or not to be, Harmony Hall was comfortably a part ol the Ureat Republic, filled with Odd Fellows and their se(.ms tn 1K. thu burninir miciS- . o i Hon ol the day, and one we had rather leave to wiser heads n. than ours to solve; and while the friends vestenlav afternoon on occasion of thu annual inemnri.il ser vices, which were held under the di rection of Charles J. Fishcl, I). great statesmen are wrestling with this momentous question, we want to have a little "ow- -.vow" with you on some other subjects, that concern you as well as ourselves. lias it not occurred to you that you've been wearing that old hat loner enough ! In these POINTERS IN SHOES G. S. Th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 June 1893

.nr - iiiniiiMittnmntllrtBii IHiaWllll i 11 TlLtt HAWAIIAN STAR: MONDAY, .JLTNIS 10, te-SfX PAGES', T I' a- a.- . ' (Continued from Third frigt.) more forever on this earth. It was hard to realize that the silver o rd which bound him to "the order was loosed la-re below, that the golden bowl which had overflowed with F. I,. T. was broken, tlut the wheel was broken at the cistern where we had all been wont to rest for strengthening re freshments. A rending by Sister F. M. Nicoll, V. G., a sot-.g by Charles liooth and trio by Miss K. Ward, Miss VonHi.lt and Mr. T. May eudt d the services at the hall. The members of the order tlnn formed in line and marched to the cemetery, where, after the singing of Uie hymn " Rock of Ages," Hon. W. 0. Smith delivered the following ad dreai: " It is a beautiful custom which at Stated seasons takes us from our cares and calls to mind those who have gone before. It is not only a tribute t" their memories and a service which wc cheerfully render for the...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 June 1893

(TiiU HAWAIIAN STiiH: MOJsTDAY, JOTE 19, 189B.-SIX PAGES. 5 ! ; 1 THE CHINA ARRIVES. THE MAGNIFICENT OCEAN GREYHOUND. What She Has Done in Record Break ing Description of the Vessel Specimen Menu. The Pacific Mail Steamship China steamed into the harbor this morning at 6 o'clock, and an hour later was snug alongside the company's dock. A salvo of artillery, consisting of twenty-one guns, thundered out a wel come as she entered. The salute was fired through orders of the Govern ment, by Lieutentant Coyfie and a de tachment of regulars from Company E, National Guard. The old veteran, Captain Sheppard, acted as pilot for the China, as he did for the other big steamship, Oceanic. The vessel drew twenty-three and one half feet and never even stirred up the sand at the bottom of the harbor, although there was only half a tide. The China is by far the most mag nificent steamship on the Pacific Ocean, and was built in Glasgow in 1889 by the Fairfield Shipbuilding Company. Her length is 456 ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 June 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR; MONDAY, JUNE 15), 18&3. SIX PAGES. (Continued from Fourth Pitge.) its capacity for happiness diviner ; yet the body in which it lives shows signs of decay. There is an increasing in compatibility between the tenant and tenement. This brings us to the duty of growing old here gracefully and hap pily. The springs of the soul's life abide In the affections. If these are properly fed, either by love of the young, or by love in its higher and stronger manifes tations, they mount into perennial youth. A man who lives wrapped in the atmo sphere of love love of children, love of a bosom companion, love of men, love of God imparts to his decaying body something of the youth of the spitit within. As the body nidy and does affect the spirit, when no counter acting agencies prevent, so does the spirit act upon the body as a preserva tivc power when in its normal condition and exercise. Many an old man's and woman's face is luminous with the fires of youth, outshining from...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 June 1893

at THE HAWAIIAN TBs. .PUBLISHED BVBRY AFTBRNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY. PIFTY dHNTJj A IN ADVANCE, VOL. I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: TUESDAY KVENIN(J, .JUNE 20, KS'.W. SI X PAGES. NO. 72. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. liXLCUTIVh COUNCIL. S. I!. Dole, 1'resiilenl of llic Provisional Gov eminent of the Hawaiian Islands and Min istcr of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. AtmsoKV Council. V. C. Wilder, Vice-l'resident of the Provis ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Drown, K. D. Tenney, John Nott, C. Nolle, F. V. McChmney, V. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Watcrhuuse, lid. Suhr, A. Young, J. 1'. Mendonca, F. M. Hatch. John Emnielutli. C. T. Rodgers, Secretary Kxccuttve and Ad visory Councils. SlM'REMK COUUT. lion. j. F. Judd, Chief Justice. . yironaK. F.Jiickcrton,, First AptociatJusUqe. '.Hon. V. F. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 June 1893

Mjafn'" r i . ft ;jt ,-r ,m. THE HAWAIIAN STAR: TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1893. SIX PAGES. I 4 The Hawaiian Star, PUBt ISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Ltd. Wai.Tkk G. Smith, Wm. 1'. Tiuikn, Managing Kditoi. lluino Manager. SUBSCRIPTION KATBSt Per Yrat tn Advance, ... $6.00 ret .Month in Advance, ... .50 t'oieien, per Year in Advance, 10.00 ADVERTISING RATES: Rates for transient and tegular advertising may ue outaineil at .he publication ciihce. Bell Telephone Number 3, Mutual 365. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 18U3. EASTERN AND FOR El (IN. NEWS RECEIVED BY THE HILO TODAY. Hawaiian Matters Thurston Has Been Received Blount Said to Have , Resigned. Three San Francisco papers under date of June 8th, nth and 10th came to the Star on the bark Hilo, and their contents are briefly summarized below: ASSURED OF OUR FRIENDSHIP. Cleveland Receives the New Hawaiian Minister. Washington, June 9. This after noon Secretary Gresham presented to the President Lorrin A. Thurs...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 June 1893

THE HMVAHAH STAR: T0U3&DAY, JUKE 20, 1893. SIX PAGES. (Scncnil bbcrtisscmcuta. jClomcotic iJrbbucc. (General JtfibcrtiscmcntB. FLOOR OF THE PACIFIC. ROUTE OF THE HAWAIIAN CABLE. Why the Line From Monterey Bay to Honolulu Is Considered the Best. Washington, May 27. The survey of u lane 300 miles wide over the floor of the Pacific Ocean between the coast of California and the Hawaiian Islands has been one of the most interesting scientific tasks ever undertaken by our Government. Up to date nothing lias been altowed to be published respecting the results obtained. The purpose of the work was to determine the best route for a submarine cable. Two lines of soundinus were run by the United States Fish C. irnmission's steamer Albatross from Monterey biy to Honolulu. This path lias been decided as preferable to a road con necting Point Conception, Cal., and Hilo Hay, Hawaii, which was laid out with soundings by the steamer Thetis, U. S. N. The way selected will require the smallest len...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 June 1893

tftllt HAWAIIAN STAR : TUESDAY, JVm 20, M)3, SIX PAGES. (Continued from Third page.) lated to injute the sheathing. In fact, they protect the cable, which quickly becomes imbedded in them. However, the globigetina ooze is nut found at a greater depth than somewhat under three miles, while the pteropod ooze does not occur deeper than a mile and three-quarters. The reason for this is that the dissolving action of the sen water, due to the presence of free car bonic acid, cannot be withstood by the delicate, limy shells long enough to allow them to sink more deeply. Submarine rabies suffer more near shore than in the depths of the sea. In the shallows they are exposed to the chemical action engendered by decay ing animal and vegetable matters. The iodine contained in seaweeds destroys iron rapidly. Accordingly, localities which run quickly into deep water over bottoms of mud or sand are chosen fur landing places at the ends of the route. 15y selecting the gully at Salinas Land ing for ...

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