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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 8 July 1899

'111! AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. 13 for Loyal and Patriotic. The New York Evangelist says: "To interrupt our daily work for no definite or noble purpose is not good. The Sabbath as a mere holi day is a dismal failure. For the same reason, a national festival as a holiday only, does' not claim or deserve to be perpetuated. We think it is within the scope and power of any community to res cue our Fourth of July, from the shame of misuse and desecration, The dignity of the day can be made manifest by discovery; and it can be restored by the simple means of recovery." President Seth Low, Columbia, Uy. N. Y., said in a recent address: "To say that, in the premises, we have no duty to civilization or to the Philippine Islands, is to claim that a self governing democracy, by its very nature, is incapable of serving other peoples except by its example. I do not think so meanly of democracy." The Hon. James Bryce, in a Fourth of July address in London said: "England and America now understand...

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. — 8 July 1899

r&l 14 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY Devoted to the Progrefi of the Pacific, tit Commerce, Political Significance and the AclMtlct of the Tuentleth Ctntury. FRANKLIN AUSTIN, Editor and Proprietor Subiorlptlou, $4 00 per year United States and Canada, SI 00 per year Other Countries In postal union- ...... - $8.00 per year Postage Paid Paj able In Advance Single copy, .... 10 cents. Buslnest Office, 314 Fort street up-stalrsi HONOLULU, JULY 8, 1899 AN ANNOUNCEMENT. Austin's Weekly takes pleas ure in announcing to the public that it has secured the valuable services of "Mr. Allan Dunn who will fill the combined positions of artist and city editor. Mr. Dunn also takes an interest in the paper. After graduating from Oxford and the Julian Art schools of Paris, Mr. Dunn was for some years em ployed by the Daily Graphic, Pick Mc ' and other London papers as an artist and special correspondent. He afterwad came to America and obtained employment as an artist successi...

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. — 8 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. 15 Notes. Any failure to receive papers will be immediately rectified by notice being furnished the office. AAA A new industry and what should be a profitable one has made its initial appearance in Hawaii. Two hundred gallons of castor oil has been brought from the other side of the island in readiness for the mar ket. I AAA ! Pyrography or the Art of Burn- . ing on Wood has again become a fashionable fad. The numerous improvements in the tools since the first pyrogranhic implement a red hot poker have made the most delicate results possible. AAA 1 The Ladies Endeavor of the Geary St. Temple in San Francisco, not only take complete charge of I the Sabbath School, paying all ex penses, but furnish the expenses of cleaning, and decorating the Tem ple itself. The society has always I paid its way and carried a surplus bank account. , AAA A correspondent, says the British Medical Journal, has sent us an ex tract from a letter received from his brother, a medica...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 8 July 1899

i6 ,!i2f"e5i AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. i -J i. i ' t ' pacific ilbaiFSteamsfoip Co. ccioental & dental Steamsbip Co. ano 50120 IRieen ftaieba. to. Steamers of theabove" tympanies' will! call at Honolulu andjeave this port on or I about the dates below-mentioned: FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: NIPPON MARU JULY 4 RIO DE JANEIRO .".-.. . -JULY 13 COPTIC JULY 21 AMERICA MARU JULY 29 CITY. OP PEKING ; .". AUG. 8 GAELIC .' i , rAUG. 16 CHINA ; "SEPT. 1 DORIC SEPT. 9 r- ' ) ."FORSAN'FRANCISCO: AMERICA MARU JULY 4 CITY OF PEKING JULY 14 GAELIC JULY 27 CHINA , AUG. 8 DORIC I... AUG. 15 NIPPON MARU AUG. 25 RIO DB JANEIRO- SEPT. 2 For General Information. appJy to ;H. HACKFELD &'CO., LTD, Agents ifiSgaSlaaaSfe fWvJl

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 15 July 1899

USTIN. HAWAIIAN Devoted to the Progress of the Pacific Vol. I. HONOLULU, JULY 15, 1899. No. 5. PrMWr,- Progress of the Pacific. There must be some mysterious influence con trolling the destinies of Centralized Power America. With the ad- versus vancement of education Centralized Commerce jt js becoming more and more to be conceded that the sixth sense the X-ray quality of the mind is a factor in shaping the destinies of men. With the progress of general education among all classes it is noticeable that the intuitive fac ulty is more frequently the incentive of action. In fact, it is not impossible that in the future, based upon a wide range of primary education, intui tion may be developed as a key to the universal knowl edge of things and the basis of all action. In dividual sovereignty has brought this faculty into ac tion in the American peo ple more than in any other. Emerson says: "We elect one gang of thieves to of fice and upon their retire ment elect another gang of thieves ...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. the land into small holdings and taxed the pro ceeds of each holding for the maintenance of the irrigation systems. The country which had fre quently been visited by famine and calamity pros pered under these benificent changes. For two thousand years art, science and invention flour ished with greater activity, perhaps, than has ever been known in the history of any other people in the world. Philosophy became the fad of the educated mind and it probably reached higher ideals than that of any other people. Hav ing taught themselves to believe that they had reached perfection, the Emperor declared him self the sacred head of the middle kingdom and ruler of the world. All progress was then stayed and China slept mouldering in the musty memo ries of a past glory and philosophy, restrained by inordinate egotism from further progress for two thousand years. The war with Japan was a rude awakening. Her impotence invited the aggres sions of Russia and Germany, wh...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. so much in earnest that he made a very consider able amount of trouble for five years prior to President McKinley's forcible annexation of the Hawaiian Islands. The natives know that it is useless to fight the United States and have, with stoical philosophy, which is one of their chief characteristics, accepted the inevitable. To the stranger, like Mr. Casper Whitney, they certain ly appear indifferent to political issues. They do not wear their hearts on their sleeves and do not speak of their political sentiments except to those who speak the native language, and then only to those whom they consider friends. They are in tensely interested concerning the role thev arc to play in greater America. They devour the newspapers for news concerning the policies of the United States not only toward Hawaii but abroad. As far as light comes to them they are industriously educating themselves to become good, intelligent American citizens. The writer is native-born j...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Murder Will Out. O Semper Tiniidum Scelus. I have a friend of the hour, I might add, by the hour, who brings his heavily scented pipe into my study after his, and during my, working hours, and regales me with broad Lancashire dialect and stories of his youth some half-century agone. I have to smoke in self-defense and patiently listen until his bedtime, and postpone my own. Here is one of these stories with the broad-gauge dialect eliminated: "Did I ever tell you, Judge, how I discovered a murderer at my lattice in New York ?" "No," I forlornly reply, "Go ahead, Jimmy.'' "Well it was during the war, and, being young and frisky, and knowing all of my trade, as I thought, then, that I could-learn in old England. I took a 'flyer' to New York and went into the big foundry and machine shop of Blank & Co., it is now, you know, Blank, Sons & Grandsons, and had a lathe there, and a fine time I had of it, working all day and dancing all night, for I was a ha...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. be a lot of fun for you, won't it, cli ?' A luminous sporty glcani lit up liis fishy eyes as we cast him off. The leviathan plunged away into the sea gamboling, sporting and lashing the sea with his tail as if he had at last found a scheme that suited his diabolical purpose. "I always had lucky catches after that with the assistance of my ally, our friendly whale." A burst of derisive laughter greeted the Cap tain's story. "You doubtless do not believe this," he said, with dignity, as he rose from his scat. "Let mc say to you that my pet whale frequently pays me a visit. He is due this afternoon off the star board bow." And the Captain walked toward the bridge, apparently very much injured. A little before 3 o'clock that afternoon a sailor summoned the passengers to the Captain's bridge. Captain Marchant silently pointed out to sea, and there, off to the starboard bow, about half a mile away, was a splendid large whale lashing the water with its tail. When ...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Along the Rails. The American continent lias many features in its railway system that are not duplicated in the world. It can give the traveler a sample of what might be termed every style of scenery. The Sunny South, with its semi-tropical ver dure and cultivation, the cloud-touching lines of the Rockies, deserts, rolling prairies, summer haze, and winter blizzard. Triumphs of tunnel ing and engineering, highways bored into the hearts of rocky fastnesses, bridges swung across broad expanses, in Colorado a cog-wheel road that mounts over fourteen thousand feet. The claims for distinction from a generally at tractive and scenic point of view are many. In Colorado, which, the sea excepted, possesses along its rails perhaps the greatest similitude to our own island the Denver and Rio Grande Rail road lays claim to the proud distinction of being the "Scenic Line of the World." Yet in Oahu, right here at home, though the length of line, the rolling stock, by nat...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Here and There. "The estates of several minors, children of Manuel Lcandro, deceased." It sounds quite like an inheritance to a dukedom; then the necessity of appointing a guardian that onerous duty. And after all the estate amounts to just $20. The legal jargon that is applied seems in such cases to he covert sarcasm. 581 s& 581 Here is a suggestion for a novel souvenir: A cocoanut arriving unexpectedly at Christmas time in an Eastern family held in the thrall of winter, would be a unique reminder of the ab sent and more fortunate member in summer lands: "One of the strangest pack ages which has ever been handled by the clerks in the Waterville postof fice was delivered to S. S. Lightbody the other afternoon. The package was a cocoanut in the same form in which it was taken from the tree. There was no tag at tached to the cocoanut. Instead the address was written on the husk. One of the three sides of the husk was taken up by the address, which used up...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. On and Off the Stage. the pagoda is never disturbed, and this is the ex planation of the great age of many of them, when from their height one would suppose them to be peculiarly susceptible to the effects of an earthquake. Alice Nielson intends to spend her summer vacation in Honolulu, and while here will study the lines of a new opera now being written for her. J& H & General Lew Wallace says the dramatization of his book, "Ben Hur," will be produced onlv in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston, as it will not admit of successful production in other cities, owing to the great expense of plac ing it upon the stage. & & fe' In the latest issue of the New York "Dramatic Mirror" to hand, Harry Corson Clarke an nounces his intention of visiting Hawaii shortly after the commencement of his next season. j m m The Maggie Moore-Harry Roberts Company, after many threatened invasions, is now in New Zealand and purposes to make Honolulu the next...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Pen Pictures of the Week. T AIiiIiii ! Surii.linto 1 1 jv-sj ' i "" Ty v. ' rr irs. cf 0 'NIiion" Is funilirntcri, The police piny " tas " II Victims of tlic New Triiinwuy. The finest set piece of them all. . .. ,m WW -- JOB WANTED I ArfJLrt?l Uaseball. The Police Drill. It cannot be said that the game between the Stars and the Artillery team on Saturday was interesting. It was not. The military team was a "pudding" for the Stars and they realized it. The Stars demoralized the boys in blue; they swallowed the mwhole; they Gorman-dizcd them. That the public will come to trood ball lias hi-pn slinvvn Tlmt i there was an empty grand stand and a vacant field on Saturday is not to be wondered at. Why even Cuba turned up his nose as far as his terrier blood allowed him and refused to attend. The Stars them selves were not called on to play their best and didn't. In the third, out of sheer pity for the half-dozen spectators and the press box, they made a triple pl...

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. — 15 July 1899

10 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Rapid Transit. Well, the new tramway has made a start a small one, but a start. Visions of whirling to "Wai kiki and Sans Souci already float before our eyes. No dusty waits at street corners, no deadening re morse for the poor overweighted mules with the imperative necessity for getting back to dinner. Quarantine Quarters. The Board of Health must have heaved a sigh of relief when they found there were no dangerous cases on board the American Maru, but though the difficulty was smoothed over by circumstantial luck the problem of where to put our quarantined arrivals is going to be a difficult one to grapple with in perhaps the almost immediate future. If the American Maru had been in a similar quandary to her sister ship, the Nippon Maru, what would we have done with the pas sengers for the Islands? On Sat urday the president of the Board of Health owned that he felt on the horns of a dilemma. The City of Columbia was, contrary to his sup position, unav...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. ii Foreign Affairs. The Pity of It. The tense interest in the Dreyfus case that has been so steadily main tained by the general public, has culminated and is now subsiding. Justice, legal and poetic, seems at length about to be tardily done. Tardily and haltingly, however. By presumption of the law, Captain Dreyfus is innocent of the crime for which he was arraigned, dishon ored and condemned, tty the de cision of the Cabinet and the chiefs of the army he is once more a cap tain of artillery, and yet he is yield ed no more consideration than an ordinary felon. The old spirit of the European majesty of the law, evidenced in the racks, the solitary dungeons of the Inquisition and the JJastile, the old spirit that gave to history the Man in the Iron Mask yet lives in the secret sessions ot a modern military rrench triounal. l lie inquisitorial examination, the pliysical anil mental toruue ag gravated oy tlie sense oi ounage, dishonor and wrong which the un hap...

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. — 15 July 1899

12 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Echoes of Religious Thought. By W. K. azbill. The Outlook (June 3), discuss- ' ing the matter of Church unity, proposes a plan which the editor I thinks will "at once remove the be wildering diversity of usage and conduce to draw all the churches 1 together on the basis of a common ' system of liturgical worship." Here it is: "Our simple proposition is that the non-liturgical churches shall frankly confess to themselves that the Episcopal church has an admirable liturgy, and adopt it in 1 its simpler form, with such modih cations as may fit it to Puritan habits of thought and feeling." Church unity will never be real ized by adopting anything that man has devised. Union with Christ vital, spiritual union in purpose, in unselfish work for man's happiness and God's glory in the Head of the Church, is the only unity worth praying for or worth writing about. The love of Christ, which means more than his love for us the love with which he loves and which he h...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. 13 Modern Quips and Saws. Everybody has read Mr. Doo ley's humorous articles on politi cal affairs. The following anec dote is characteristic of the quiet wit of the new humorist. On his way to the steamer that was to bear him to England, he passed a short time in New York, where he astonished everyone by his appear ance. "Why," Richard Harding Davis is satirically reported to have said to him, "I thought you were an Irishman with a red beard," and then Mr. Dooley is said to have replied: '"And I ex pected to find you in a shirt waist." As a matter of fact, the real Mr. Dooley is known as Peter Finley Dunne, and is a good-looking, smooth-shaven young man with quiet, simple manners and with a nice taste in dress. AAA A leading citizen in a little town in the north of Scotland was asked to take the office of elder in the kirk. He seemed reluctant to ac cept the honor till a wag, who knew his weakness, whispered to him that if he became elder he would get five...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY Devoted to the Progrett of the Pacific, ( Commerce, Political Significance and the Activities of the Twentieth dntury. FRANKLIN AUSTIN, Editor ami Proprietor Subscription, - - SI 00 per year United States and Cnnadn, Sj 00 per year Other Countries in postal union- ...... -$0.00 per yeur Postage Puld Piiynble In Advance Single copy, .... 10 cents. Iluslnps. Office, 314 Fort street up stutrsl HONOLULU, JULY 15, 1899 It is most important that the Board of Health should make suffi cient quarantine accommodations. It was decided at a recent meeting that it would he dangerous to use the quarantine station for epidemic cases because it was infested with rats: that they would only be a factor of disseminating the dis eases. If the quarantine station is useless what is to be done? I.o.i olulu is especially susceptible U epidemics because of the numerous steamers and sailing vessels that touch here from every port of the globe, and the Hawaii...

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. — 15 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. 15 Notes. "On to Manila," issued as a sup plement by the Bulletin, is a time ly and interesting volume, well printed, illustrated and written. It possesses much of local interest, and is evidence of our afternoon contemporary's up-to-dateness. AAA Negotiations have been conclud ed by an enterprising local publi cation to bring over a completely equipped engraving plant. A large amount of this work is weekly sent to the Coast and the Advertiser and Gazette Company intend to keep this branch of industry in local hands. The "Weekly" gladly hails the news of the coming machinery. The Hawaiian Weekly intends to be in the fullest sense of the word an illustrated paper, up-to-date. Hitherto it has struggled against difficulties. Chalk plate, the only local process by which drawings can be reproduced, is, while practi cal for newspapers, totally unsuit ed for the enameled paper used on a weekly of our description. In two or three weeks from the pres ent issue Austi...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 15 July 1899

16 AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. LJ e-j-E'-tt-j -,'L-'-tt-0-fefe3-, Hf- -a- -$$ -jl -,: pacific dftail Steamebip Co. ccioental & dental Steamsbtp Co, ano ftoo IRieen IRateba. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates below-mentioned : FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: NIPPON MARU JULY 4 RIO DE JANEIRO JULY 13 COPTIC JULY 21 AMERICA MARU JULY 29 CITY OP PEKING AUG. 8 GAELIC AUG. 16 CHINA SEPT. 1 DORIC SEPT. 9 FOR SAN FRANCISCO: AMERICA MARU JULY 4 CITY OF -PEKING JULY 14 GAELIC JULY 27 CHINA AUG. 8 DORIC AUG. 15 NIPPON MARU AUG. 25 RIO DE JANEIRO SEPT. 2 For General Information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO.. LTD., Agents. t,s:assl. 4tcclcu, $p&N PWyJtl

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
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