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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 26 August 1882

IMmk'xHllKSHHBHMHIB3HiiHBHHIB5ByjEBBIflHRHHHIIHHRBll01HMB)rlll &fr MBe Allium I'libs. - ' i U, i - Gospel Work on Maui. Wailokd, Modi, Aog. 17, 1882. iDUOR l'ltEis : Tlio worttlior in glitful nntl prosperity is general. Tlio p of thin ycnr promises n good tttorn " ' improvement; keep npneo with tlio land of lho times and locality. fho rovivnl ervice linvo progrossrd to nost fnvornblo termination o fnr as becrvablo, and no liopo tlio end is not ,et. Last Tbursilny immediately follow. 6' my last communication to you was n 'A nnd most clieoring nieoling in tbo Native Ohnrcli. Urotlinr Hnllonlieclc wnn enrly 6i'ck from ft i-evore roltl, but lio "iOred heroically, nnd it na otacrtnblo fhHta deep oarneslrieiw nnd solemnity per. ided tbo mat tiHoomlily. Alnny nrwe, oyed nnd testified to having found .Tosns it personal Savior for nil their Kin. Friday night tbo services wero held in Ijlll tllfl nfllirn nnrl fiirn'tnn 1,,.,. .!,.. U other Hnllonbcek conducted tho Inttor JJtothor Forhoi n...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 2 September 1882

41 : Saturday Press. ' i h. VOLUME III, NUMBER i. HONOLULU, I-I. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 18.82. WHOLE NUMBER 105. sT 1 .' f?3?4 (ST C Sk- 37 ''Mr I . J" SATURDAY 1-KjSS. A Newspaper Published Weekly. IM lD HIWtllTON ?s ' l IT IM lCF. f nreig-n siibsrrlptions $6 50 to $7.54, according to their destination All mAller for the Saturday Press should be nddiewd to the SATURDAY PRRSS." fljStibscrlbers and Advertiser will pleas address TIIOS. G. THRUM, publisher and proprietor. E C, DAKR l the only authorised agent for the "PRESS" In San Francisco. E.ITN.scnNCii, Ol- HONOLULU. x v. (After an iMerval of several month, and nt the raiKjjestmn of man readers, the piiwiialittis '! these htyw ildiet.hr. "f II .nolulil Is returned, at the trind 'Where ilrupped in May last Novemlr, r8$s, and the jjoUAr not atDlirinu the excitement of the Sth tnruUqth of November, circulars were fpnnte(l and extensively scatteied iiinoni,' thescameninpoit, and doubt less had much inllueuce in restoring order. Th...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 2 September 1882

. N I Iff Iw , ;-t, i K. 'ff w H r 1 th f COMMERCIAL. 1hM have ltrt !nht ini.Kah.ms of an Improve ti - t inn week in ..Knintrctil eirtl, which e are I I'lvi r rerwit, mote epet.jlly, perlnp. among the retid tnde, through the arrlfal of lh Rniish lark Oh run, from I lrpl, ,tha full rarjfoof Maple go!, jnl and ranVay nnittfat and the Hawaiian hark Ka liVam, from n Kn.ncrtt, gives animatinn to our tut (n h m-. l"he MMinfr Australia, from th Col unit-- alt lm-4fftht up th usttat assortment of mT th:tndie from lhat quarter, and included $5o,wn in sovereigns. Itie dej-etrlnre hire len fre , hut the amount of Imlnc nnxirtl ijuit Ifghl, ih Kimarfo and James I mnrn! going irr lntUt Ih arrival of produte to jo f-rd isaUnit at if) ket ebb at ffvn(, though (trpnraiKdrt for efHmnnffng rn id nel crop it leing made on several rUntAtUm. Advice from Kahnhil rrott llat plarr at In the full tide f Inning rmperity.-ioore activity being notice al k than with in at the ineirrh. We tall attention, with 4e...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 2 September 1882

2r W" PfttiV- VK H r V " u iff. ssss iu k4sw Jl7 M ii a K' W M ' i. Mt PRESS.' I SEPTEMBER a, iMi. Advertisements mutt be lent In by Friday noon. No Insertion for the current Issue can be guaran teed h(n tent In later. Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions desired, from which date they charcej any not to marked will be charted J montht. Notice of anr events of tnterett trantnlrlnr on the other Itlandt will always be thankfully received for publication. Corretpondentt are requested to append their tnie namet to all communication., that the writer It acting in good filth. LOCAL ITEMS. Two neat cottage are licing crccteil at the foot of I'lincMsml, near the hetul of Alaimi street. Our thanks are due purncr Dean of the sicaimiiip siHirrvtia mr niea til rate nyuney ami Auckland papers. ii i Mr. Ghas. N. ArnoM hat 'reeelvcil the1 ftp Hinlmcnt of Chief Until Suen1tr for the Islaml of Hawaii. Mr. IjIminI Waller it liuililini; a meat mar Let on the nukai side of Hotel street, lietwe...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 2 September 1882

&M 117 :' ls ATUKI)AY PKlSSS.lUiafsclcar SATURDAY. SEPTBMHER , 1M1 CORRESPONDENCE. rM At.A'J' ClUil Pi-Ktlptlon of Club Its President. Ills Cogtta. llm m Man And the Origin of Thing! quecrty arranged society is the "Forty.' 'I his is the nuiitlwr of its member, encli forty jenrs old or ti- wards, on admission. Its constitution ttmvMn tlmt the Society shall exist forty years, 'I he admission fee is for ly ibtlnrs. lu ascinbly room is at No (o. street, is forty feet square, and is lighted at night by forty wa antlles. The regular meeting is every furticth night, and its secial meetings nay bo held only on days of the month iattly liiille by four or ten. Karri ni:innl memlwr had a number assign ill to him, and m all meetings and matters of the Soi icty, is known only l his mi mix: r. New mcmlers are iIch ll to fill araiiies, all the members i urn urring. 'I he by laws contain fort) artu lc. 'P'c secrets of the Societ) innot be disclosed, of course '1 he) relate chietl) to mutual ai...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 2 September 1882

V ; Ll SUPPLEMENT TO THE SATURDAY PRESS, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. "S!?5 L'tf iT I h. j I " r-i p$' k: ft y-N DINNER, TO General James M. Conily the Retiring- TJ. S. Min ister Resident ! , wmm m ukitsd h- wmumwmi Significant Speeches from Prom inent Citizons ! AMERICAN INFLUENCE IN HAWAII. The ."Reciprocity Treaty. KB. DAGGETT, THE NEW MINISTER RESIDENT OF THIS KINGDOM. A Formidable Expression of Opinion on Present Methods of Government in Hawaii. :he ' WHITE INVADER HIND LEGS. ON HIS A GwhI Dinner. A Gsxvd Tinir. Mnlo anil Enjoyment Desirous of expret-ing their friendly Velings of regret nt the coining departure, of General James M Coii.v,the retiring Unitod States Minister Hesident, n number of American residents united in tenderiug Lira n complimentary American dinner. It was also intended ns an occasion of wel como to his mcco-or, Houorablo ll. II. Daggett. The spacious dining hall of the Hawaiian Hotel was secured for the occn -ion, and the services of accomplished ca troM united in m...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 2 September 1882

c SUPPLEMENT TO THE SATURDAY PRESS, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. uj a AXX ) n. T V , FAREWELL DINNER, T CD General James M. Comly the Retiring U. S. Min ister Resident! DP Significant Speeches from Prom inent Citizons ! AMERICAN INFLUENCE IN HAWAII. The -, 7k -. -i i-i-iiilpi i' -r I .i. wvxa iy l KJK, i uty Treaty. KK DAOOETT, THE NEW MINISTER RESIDENT OF THIS KINGDOM. A Formidable Expression of" Opinion Frtent Methods of Government in Hawaii. on rHE WHITE INVADEK ' HIND LEGS. ON HIS A Grwxt Dinner, A Gtxxl Time. Mnlo mill Enjoynent Desirous, of twproeMuy tbuir friendly !oIingb of regret, nt the coiningtlepnrture of General James M Coml, the retiring Unid States Minister Resident, a number of American residents united in tendering Lim a complimentary American dinner. It, wbi also intended as an occasion of wel come to hit) succesior. Honorable, II. II. Daggett. Tho spacioiiB dining hull of the Hawaiian Hotel was secured for tho occa ion, aud the service of accomplished ca terers united in ma...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 9 September 1882

'T. TSi mvmj .. M p-IWiB?f T Tr?vrw 6. Saturday Press. VOLUAIK III, NUMHKU 2. HONOLULU, H. L, SATIJKDAY, SRPTKMHJ-CK O, J8813. WII0M5 iNM'MBliK in6. fvr"'rvrrjTtiiH && J K-i LW , tvA J vSATUKOAV I'KKSS, IsiNPMISrtirTliW f5.n0 l UlR. I IM.Mr. I eerie n iihil.lKms $a sa (11 $r vs ai WAting la lbt? detin.rti.v !iiititrilteri Ami Ailf ntlirrs will pleas, address TIIOS O THRUM, publisher And prnpiletoi II C DAKK Isllitrsnly anthnilieil agent for h "I'HItSS" In Hn l'rncl.fo. IVMIrstlon prlire It Hi A KAAhnmAnn street , ltd. Itorlal nsnms at MrrrliAnt ttrct. RAUJXSCK.WKl Vr IfONVt.CI l! xxxvi. In iwil, 1S5.I, n cliAittr vas ticiiml from lle (..nrtiimrnt, li) which llic Ix)) roriatc of llie "srciml I uicIrh'C'IihicIi nf llmmlnlii" (now llic 1 it SitcTt C lunch Nselet)), was cm jmssetnl to li.it. I iniKily in teal rMnlr, I" tw ami I sued, clc. lite Kcv. T. 15. Ta)Ii, o mi In law of llie lite Itcv. A. 11iiulnn, n Callnl In I (laMnr nf the new dimeli, which l.,l.iii Kitlcvtlii llie npi...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 9 September 1882

-J -V e--5 -ST ' """" Tjf'P'fF" flfWKfPIWw'" -vyr Ss i ,' . I--? ,' ." I vS COMMERCIAL. , 1fttn4 tfcr ftp ft rt HH b tww nf rthH iKaI ti I m ( vn f i H.wfr ft h fHf Wf li, nMfcHt i mmw l Mftrtn-g tlttf l i p hf ft fm f(4 lrf (tM r )MMtf thwHli ifc tWI i-w. mi Hn rMww iUl tA tW rfth tH tl a frfc frrt-tM -, Mwttf Hm 1W mi-M wm r iw ImhI . twit H fmr wH ilMtf htf a Owf t.ir-r"' ! ht, If-mrt Hft -ft .lfMtt Fll V 3ltnMi l,th iw rut ftU fnm lb Im M -a -til Mf4M I'v K Utlf -pmH, I-S ift A l-M M twl WW tiff-ttflt, ft hi m -M.eft-! ihh-aHHim-v W mi a, -rtwl lfc t H -IJWrisi to r ! t mi Mitt wlSmiwfti II KM $ .$ frm hf Wf V hr -hW 1H Mm im? I l--A fit m ! Nf IWy-hiw liMP riMl fcv IV-aa, tw fi)Tnlhn wt-lhftfM c-arfiMMht-fttolM-ftft-f-lUf . ol rf1- ft tiH f V-, far lV JWM r )ln.ittht nmrtMinH !)! ,n mihumi AfMnvti M I I' imw' mtaI "Hrtlr "! fat tftkr l ,lMn aIuhhi rtfr ki of Mfwl ( Swum ll , t nwptWM KiurriNo, tV fliwv. M IWh, frw S, r $ UlrM, um 'M, fon IIa KlUnM Hiw, Mfh, Swfcrt, fmm KKsA( Wn...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 9 September 1882

lr I n ft-r f n '-i. I .' 'm , luinr.l lr.mi lllr wli..tM ilrililiy llic ' , lii'e lol lllr K..vrtnmrnl inl.i lllr nlmiRll 'if Lai..,. . ;'", is fmalei .ia.1 m fireiaiier. s'lnll lw HI , SUPTHMIIIIH 1M1 A.teitlarnni mnal l irnl In liy I'iIiIaj wwrt Ml IntvillAit f !) r(int ! n li iirn tar.t wltrn lent In liter Adiartlant ill 'k h number ftflnaAill.wntealteil, finm Mih ll ttieyrliAiie any nnl inmibil wlllli iliMl J fKAnlril NnHi.olAny nlnf liilaieal l((iitlll nn lliAtMlirr itn.lnlllAliAin.lliAnV.iiillrMrleil frtf pnMlfMlAi. CiMiapAii.trnli ! ii,itae, In Append lt,tll tin nAhiei In All enmmnivlrAttnni. nnl frtf Ulrlliui iiriaAitle, lull At ,iiAiAntr Dial Hi. 'illter ll Af lln In e.nn.1 fatth I.OCAI. ITltMH II ii.liiln lnw li fiym! Hn rrnl ftfl It rs ilwtTl, lit Vjsasrk Tlirir mm Am nf vft,ltslj H"1 " imr m M? WIIHum ,iwli my. - , - -, Nrst M.mrtVij', mtml! iilU.wfl'T" mo .1m ai 11 I'. UMn,iflHii-"W ni' oh 1 nil 'llf1. Unr ilnVi tt f Mi. J. r, Cni1, fWf it i itn- Mftf.tf, rm (mi m ir I...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 9 September 1882

'r ,. -, r Li 5 lb" A i !: f ' - vSATUIll)AY 1 'KICKS. HiiprnMnitR , tm, COIUUHH'ONIHtMCIt .V...V A'.I.VCSCO I.RIThR. r.inion flsri'MiAV I'uriwi Since llic ile Allure of llic Sun Iml lllllc intcrnttni: lia HAiii(ml of wlileli )iui irnilcr wrnilil Ciitc to It apptUol, Trmlc In cnimiintlal tliclc li lCit tip sull, ronsliletliig llir season if Hit )ri, nml mint ntUfrtClniy In cuty line. In trtestlnn Mttlr continue to Imp on the fiilnie of out ilAte to "on the Winner,' iiml pm lilies) the low of Oirinn, Mrslciin ami Pcsm tinile, on CDiiiplellon of eimnecllnR llne of miliiMili Iml the fat seeing once, hme Jiiilr- ment Is rcllntile, .mil IiiIkuc tin few, cllmliir IIiaI fur csci) nsrnite clmcil two rtie openwli nml If the Mine niciiiy which lis clumtlci lrc.1 nu metchnl In )rn KW, ami In wlinec Dititttynnr piexnt ttclf.iic I line, will onl) kre up llicll cnl the future of out slate will lx- more tli.iu numpil. The ll.twtillin Klngilnni whose intctesl nie Kn rlmely nllleil to win, l At If n...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

y 4r -vf " u" a" c-wiHip r-yf- ;"T' fif-!TrF,'p?"yvBsBr?1''1 ff r Saturday Press. VOU'MI Nl'iMHIiK HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, SBPTEMBEJ JO, 1882. ,3. WHOM- NUMHIiK 107. MC ' ?"' Imp KShri si k! yr .1 v' r ;::: -',: HH Effc if -i' . V- ' .K ir, lfc, ? pr- ! .- T ". " S2WE. UKEfci fej. SA'IMJK'DAV I'KKiSS. - A Nfwtpaper nlliltf.I Wret.1, - iMHDMwniniflW $5.11.1 t un, i wmii. I otMgrt stttmtli tlnfte A jn In $7 30, ixllf in llwlr itwlnmlnn, fiiihsfillii-rs and Adeprtlsers will pleaso addrrs. TIIOS O TI1IIUM, 1'iiMlthH ml rieptttlor. It. C I) A Kit 111 his only atithntlprd nnrut fur lh "PIIHSS' In Hun I'rmirlsco I'nblhMllnii ntjir li nl A Knnliiinii mi siren I lid llnilal moms at t Merchant illrrt. ' NKMIXISCKXCHS Ol- noxoicir. WWII. Ily llic iniOillc nf July, 1851, tin- Minll rtililrimc in Honolulu nntl tlirtwp.limit the I liml nf O.tliu, I1.11I nttnliuil sticii ilimcnsloiis nn In seriously nliriit ccr)lnHly. In lew of llio nm111.1l visit or llic vvhnllnn lll, which mi mhiii rxpcclril,...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

-sarJ''"'w"ftllw wwlwwM'"q' - -. Saturday Press. T" VOLUiMli III, NUMBER 3. HONOLULU, I-J, r., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1882. WHOLE NUMBIiR .07. -- rv. r- w . rs w. i-- t fA f 'fv i! J SATURDAY PRESS. A Newspaper Published Weekly, lUnirMIMIITioM $5.00 I UIR, II IDMWt toftlgn subscriptions $ so to Ij.yi, Kcnnling lo Ihrir ilestinaiion. Siitiscilbtri ami AiWrrtliera will pleaie address THUS, (). TIIKUM, I'lilill.lirr an.l Proprietor. IX. C. PAKR It (he only authorlinl agent for the "PHHSS In San t'rancl.eo. Publication office la at Kaahtimanii ilreet Rl llotlal mania at Merchant atreet. REMINISCENCES OF HONOLULU. XXXVII. Hy tlic'niMillc of Jul)') 1853, llie Mn.i1l-Mix epidemic In Honolulu nml tlitoulimit the Is l.niil of O.iIiii, I1.11I ulUlncsl audi illiurnsions 1 Id seriously alarm ctcrylimiy. In view of the niiniml sltlt of tlic wli.illiii: fleet, ulilcli una room ejected, business nirn nml incicli.inti were solicitous thai more sti!ii;cnt measures nliould lie mluptctl 1 llie nuthor...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

I COMMERCIAL. Wf it pl'll'd 6tKAf thl Wffk littb moff Mlf Ami bull? In l-uiirw-M circle, the tjtrlt-mi plants lion ftfnc.e tln e ngiged in their pt!lonmfnl of I'oMiijtiKv Ufrmrr hy th Meamer ffnnttt, which lire rived !Mt Sturriir from St Michael with 1181 Imml grant, men, wnmt-nd children loth ltoAnl rf Im migration. Msny of lhe were fitwarded nn luetdey toMnulftrtd Hawaii, tind other aft-tin on 1hiirdy In tt 1in rf mull irade, nn Improvement hat lo I n fiotlmif I Milppln-g mnvemtU have n-n rmwtiat qnlH thit week, ,hi only il'pftriurM Tar Uing dimply return lumUM'44'NfntrtllaM In tirivaU, .jekllh AtM, utiovt rrfrrrfrt in, f have, on lh 141)1 int , lh AnmA, from Sun rrncivr, with 11 light rar-rr, valued at shout $itv"h d lh AWr, from Iliem-M,, with 11 turhl cargo of staple I-u ropes n mercfundi-. The KU laua gelt off today for San Franelcr, with cargo rontUting of J.) Vg. iKr, ,;; f.lir. Hi and 579 bid molaw. Iluilding ltnrovf mentt are Mill going on ihrmtghmit lit' city, notably in ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

jwi,aii.tipi - nHnfurfc ' ii ni nmMWKliW.wi - fw infilWWWiW t-Nefta! I & COMMERCIAL. SprriMMfi it, 1881 V are pteair J to note this wrek a little more Mir and buttle in buslm. iiftis the Virions planta hon agenci Mng Miggetl in their apportionment of Iortujpi laborers by th steamer Aiiim, which are rived 'M Saturday" from St Michaels wtth ti8i immi grants, men, women and children; to the Hoard rS Im migration Many tX thM were forwarded on tiiMday t5 Matiiand Hawaii, and others agiin rm Ihtirulay In the Ime n( retail trade, an improvement hat also lirrn noticeable Shipping movemets hare l"n somewli.il quiet this wee V, the only dtpirtures so far ling simply rrturn lumber vest! in ballast In arivAt, Us.de the Ifttnia, above referred to, we have, m the 1 4t1i Inst , the Anna, from an V rancisco, with a light cargo valued At aa to,w and the AW, from firemen, with a varied cargo of staple Kuropean merchandise, I he Kali Itani getioiT todayfor Snn Francisco, wilha cargo conMMing of 3,...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

.' : -,; '' I 3 Ji v'' v . -A nt 'i il ' ?' ' i , i ' ill It r . kit ,M t. . . &vh 11 EUPPLEMENT. SATURDAY 1PR12SS. ... . ...in-.. SEPTEMBER 16, Mi. EXCE.SOA'! We- hcg lo acknowledge, with perhaps a pardonable pride, the daily congratulations and evidences of satisfaction felt throughout the islands at the outspoken attitude, as also the typographical appearance, of the Press in its new dress, and the hearty support to our new departure in the line and stjle of advertise ments. That we should aspire for such a ver dict as issuing "the best paper published at these islands," lioth in tone and appearance, was, in the minds of some, an audacious aim ; but it was with an honest desire to show that no pains would be spared to merit the confi dence and support of the community in the length and breadth of these islands in our labors in behalf of Hawaii's best interests, anil that the abo e opinion has been freely pro nounced, is proof in itself that our labors have not been in vain. O...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

wwg&w. yT&M&iwm? "zr- ""- ft t. h r- : a ' .- ' .. $ L-. . ifiv SATURDAY PRESS. SEPTEMBER i. i. Notice of any teenls of Interest transpiring on Ihe other Islands will always be thankfnllr received for publication. Corrispondenta re requested to ippend their true nonet to all communication!, not for publication necessarily, but a a guarantee that the writer It actinic In good faith. Advertisements mutt be lent In by Friday noon. No Intertlon for the current Ittue can be Ruaran teed when tent In later. AdTertlteri will mark the number of Iniertlont desired, from which date they charge; any not to marked will be charged J montht. LOCAL ITEMS. The new lirMc on School street hat lieen completed. It Is neat and substantial. Hccia riots and sccr.il other articles pre pared fur this issue arc unavoidably crowded nut The Klcamship Suit may Ic looked for as. clue tlii evening from San Francisco, with dates to the 9th Inst. "Murrlinn the Mouth " will lie Mr. Cm. 7ari's theme Nmiday...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

V ? vr '"i , P X ;'l -k SATURDAY PRISS. SEPTEMBER r, iM. Notice of any events of Interest trniplrlti(t on the other Islands will always be thankfully received for publication. Correspondents are requested to append their true names to all communications, not for publication necessarily, but at a guarantee that the writer It acting In Rood faith. Advertisement! must be sent In bjr Friday noon. No Insertion for the current Issue can be iruaran teed when sent In later. Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions desired, from which date they charge) an; not so marked will be charged j months. LOCAL ITEMS. The new bridge on School street has liecn completed. It Is neat ami substantial. Ilceia riot and several other articles pre pited for this Issue are unavoidably crowded The steamship Sua may lie looked for as due this evening frun San Tranclsco, with tlalc lo the Qth Inst. jl " MurIliip, the Mouth " will Ik: Mr. Cm Mn'i theme Sunday evening. Services Sun day morning as usual. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

mr JH'i 1 "WS"" 'sVflrjp - v r"---w tWTF;1"'" ' vs.?fiipT 'pr " "" -m,nwiyyfW?gy f ffitPlSf'W?-'' i7 I. p !$ p j . v ' 4V ti"-- , ffP SATURDAY PRESS. SEPTEMBER , iMt. I.UNALILO HOME. HOW PROVIDED rOR AND maintained. As enquiries have Ixcn frequently made with regard to the Lunalito Ilomej oflts purpose man Institution; of the fund used in in erec tlon, and those to lie uwl in its maintenance; In vsliom itt direction has been rcxsctl, and sundry other like queries, we have thought fit for the Information of our reader! to present a somewhat detailed account derived from per sonal reservations and from Information kindly placed at our disposal liy Mr, S. II. Dole, one of the trustees. Ily the last will and testament of William C. I.unalilo, afterwards Kln;, which was dated in June, 1871, it was provided that, upon the decease of the testator, his entire estate, hoth real and personal, should vest in his father, the late Charles Kanilna, the personal properly to him and his heirs and a...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 16 September 1882

tw ,. ' JM! 1 1 ifiihai wktuktiikm ,1 i r e ? w SUPFZaEMSSIHT. SATURDAY PRESS. SEPTEM3LR iS, 1881. EXCELSOKI Wc beg to acknowledge, with peihapH a pardonable pride, the daily congratulations antt 'evidences of satisfaction felt throughout the islands at the outspoken attitude, as also the typographical appearance, of the l'KLsS in its new dress, and tin hearty support to our new departure in the line and stjlc of advertise ments. Tint we should apirc for such a ver dict as issuing "the best paper published at these islands," both in tone and appearance, was, in the minds of some, an audacious aim ; hut it was with an honest desire to show that The reasons for this gross ami wilful neglect of duty are very apparent and the common talk of the district. It was under Captain Uoss' directions (and not the deputy sheriffs) and by the aid of a few foreigners that these men were arrested and taken away to the station house. It was Captain ltosi, who I may say ted the deputy sheriff by the n...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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