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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 20 October 1883

.1, insrr' V5 ' " "W? "tl T T"f 165 r SATURDAY 1SW !-:. Iitouruncc Jloticce. Jklu JVobrrtiocutcittjo. rT,RUSSESI TRUSSES I (T)Ci :;tl rJVbticvttscntcttis. rcim-al Jlbbcriiocmtnlci. Central bucrllocincnts. J OtIN NOTT. JOHN NOTT, I OCTOUKR to, iMj lllrlltmnrn I'l llllirtlllttn I nrnlUIr. fine iwnttfiWrn below re tfa-stfin geographical iMnsess- tovtw, districts, estate., meant, iris, vatTcyt, here, rlerri, ete , vrhkti KnfHsh reader. ae KWy to aslme aerose I. hiCvrV-1 or fiewsp. pee reasOasc. Trmm latlnm me nlwn hti Hlkfimty KiiilWi rendeTrns: h tsjsxilje TMt Akfkmny vrfU be ewwinwH a- ram tnVte . r4Me Hawaii Mdku o Kkaui. The full name of the Waml of llnuitii rind mean. "Hawaii the Wiml of Kerns e," one of the mml fanimm of llAwafnn kfnfp, who left a rery numefnm irn(;en)'. Kr) king or thief of Irffjh itosieent lielng able to traec ilotcent from one or other of Ills ritunerMn ehliiirln, am) thin, It got to l a Iwllcf anil Mylng tlmt the UUml nhoiilil nlm() remain In the wwewton of th...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 October 1883

8 ATURD AYPrE 88. Y 7 M v l SrtP m : T$!?IT 1? r l H r,.t BM V . '. ' Volumic iv, Number 9. iti:Mi.yiM!i:.ui:.s tir iioxot.vi.tr. I.XXVI. In January, 1861, tlic measles, which hail been introduced from San Trail ci. o during the preceding month, bc 1 an lu sprUtul, 'lWtirularly among f a tn 1 lilldrcn, and .1 good deal of an. nl was felt ntisTrcnncxprvineil that wi wi-re to lmve a similar visitation to that of 18.19. However, through the vigibntc and activity of the authorities, tlk disease did not sprend extensively. 1 irly in February was published the it 'nt of the census of the islands, t.i tn 111 PcremW, i860, under the Mipinntcudcncc of J. Fuller, .secretary en the dcji.-irtmcnt of public instruc ti'in. 1 his gave the total population to In 69,800, of which number 2716 were of f'jrngn birth, and 67,08.1 natives. I he first official census was taken in M32. The following tabic will show tlu rate of decrease of the native race mrc Cook's visit. The estimate of the iioiiulalion o...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 October 1883

SATMWDAV I'KLCSS. A He wttMrier PubrUhed Weekly. illD JtRSTBPTW $S-f Hit I IMlVt. f & $1 to Jj.sn. xwrJlm to I heft ilrstinatlm. SATURDAY. OCTOBHR t;, iMj if, ,1m iti.r.s' r.ii.i..ivi:s Kiwuhcrc we give the New York Herald's rcjwrt of nn interview with Mr. J. IL Senile), Jr., treasurer of the Hnvemeyer Sugnr Refining Compan) anil one of the recent commissioners to time folantl. to investigate into the allegation) of fraud in the working of trt treaty of reciprocity. Utir renders can thtii see how farts arc crvcrtcd, ami xslmt new olwtncles are arisine, Mr. Settles admits "that there have lioen no frauds in the administration of the treaty," hut affirm that "the fraud is in the treaty itself." This investi ipitor (in the eastern refiners' interest), in spite of the result of the commission's itncxtigalions in ban rrancisco, Tort land and these islands, and contrary to the letter and spirit of their official re ixlrt, makes the following assertion : "Our (the United States) intern...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 October 1883

SUPPLEMENT. VOL. A. Hoj.iolt.ilu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, October 27, 1883. No. 0. SATURDAY PRESS m lya.j ST"NKv .. ' i- 1 ., rti 1 . n 11 ,:rr:;. A Trip Into the flmtn Mar nhnnt llitMrthrtnle Valr, summer lias passed, rind dreary winter I near at Jmml The (tail day tire Riuwinp ptirfptlliljr ihorter , low hun cloud nic ready to drop ttielr Rirticicd fullness dovtn, aiul many nslrtr Imlicntiofi also point lo the nMvin of rain, nniWIIas, and otciCo.Hi. I lately patsed through the Rtnln country lying alout Stockton, and found the prepara tions for nest )ear' crop now Irclng mtde, Krain Rtnenlly stored, and crlntnd cleired for folate harvests, ton and ton of straw are bunted as the cheapest way of disposing of what does not pay to hale, and n far as the r)e ran reach and on every tide are Rreat tire illumining the whole horizon, the sight may le enjoyed for Its grindeur I hut what a wane I Toarmcatan intrlligenl Idea of Callfor nn'i grain interest, one hould llt I'oit Cmta near Mar...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 October 1883

ll.r.1 u h FAn n u fisf i 4 '( c I i i' H : S.Vl't'NIlAV 1'KHiSK PntdkHKm oHiee- H t t Kasknmami ilirrt ; Ed itorial loomi at let fort tree! Subset Inert and Advertisers wBI pleaie ddrf-st, TMOS 0. THRUM. PubH.Sff n.l Prrrttetor. All matter lor th Stlor.lar Pitts should be aiMreMtil to ltit SATURDAY I'KRSS." Don n -column adttttltementt, rntt and lrr types will not b admitted Into put tolumni neither will ajvettltemrnti be admitted Into "f Mil let eeluntris t any pft These rntet wlllfc iltldlr dhtrd In. Notic l any rrenltol Interest trampltlng on th other Islands will always h thankfully received (or puWlrAtkas. Cortrip-odent art Itqurttttt lo append Ihelrtrut names lo all communication!, not for pahKrailon neeeilltUy, bnt II a tuarintrt that th wrilrr It acllnc In Rood filth. SATURDAY. OCTOURH .;. iMj LOCAL ITEMS v Mi lbcrt C Smith was admitted lo the lur yr4ettiy. Mr A. . Cattttht, Jr.. hM fjlven fifty ,..!, to lb IwjV readlm; trwmi. 4eurt faulty mrt X tltf Knott, tfirvt ' (.'encr...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 27 October 1883

7 vy K fc JH ? I ,- ti rr & sa pckijav I'Wi-.ss SATURDAY, OCTOIIKR ;, ii lll.li.ru ff hmhh fWee, I lie lollowirtR mk tiu t Imforj nf tlte toll rye it Ifllcn from the (icneral Cntri I.IR1IC of i US I i thr frnrwl meriti of ihe Somlwteli Man.lt MHskm, May IS, 1S40, Dr. 0. I1. 11.1. He. Iutt irnltfi arret Mr. 5 N. l il- ttw appnlnieal a wstvrtistt to eeeurr a ifii her amt njrn a selnKtl fcst lis riifrrltrn rtf i in- mmtmwno. Kr. It! Tinier, of K !. Knout, mt Mrhctl m tab ehar vf tt M-Snot, hell derHneri. Al llic Rrnttnl marling. Mir u, l&l. Is. IMnM Dale, tn ilnrinc lit nwdlnf irrlrml aaimeoftlt ninth CTiniM)' nf rertnair, Mr)' it, lSi, wivnith Mt wife isnntri In the elMiRe nf the? t Irnnl, ami Ml Marria M. Smith wa ay latnl Willi him Thr sctwtfil njsrnesl m l,n!tosi. July tl. lS.it This taml htil licrn git"ti he (nnr IWil In iXjf) to Urv I drum Ihtrtjhsm, rl hi title lead hrrn rim hmxtt tT Keahnntanu Mr IWwejtram hml ttiili an adnhr rrmrsc, awl Mn. lltntham, Uh khj- Rots, had ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 November 1883

SaturdaysPress. tt! ?I; Vol II MK IV, NUMHKR I O. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN FSLANS5N JOVKMIJKR 3l 1883. Wl.OI.IS Nu.MHKK 66 1 f fe H " m t. ft M ' , : - '. 1 h v kV i rMK.t,r i"fi.vi:. thf fir'lrfn trt-ira ft Vr)r AssresaM IVsl-l tsretftriMil IMrllrHUWn "" Vrs H.Hjy ii the Imole who kiiom liow 1 improve cneli Mutilng hour at "The I ivisl. lie doc, not -cgetntc in Im atMTtnvrnK He dot tint wan 1 r ntmtewly ultmit the Mree!, reeling' 1 tnnj;vr in a '(range Uml He .1 v - nut luting alwit the Mnrk-loimN t1) the hnic of meeting fellow exiles 1 in -IV the tiirlntntie hrnkcix There m a iIioumimI sights to stc, nml an 1 mv wap of wing them ; mid there 1- nr irte of your tenders dear Sntur i!i I'rrt, lmt lw the right to the liwihxH of that IhiMHi! mart if only lie vr hc will take it ! Oik- Hm to woo the weather in 1 rivo For n chy when the wind H Iiik'i and chilly, and the town if mothered in dust, 1 would suggest a ilitnmtitfc among the studios Letters uf introduction ore nniiecewv.iry 1 one Iws m...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 November 1883

T f T "' ,1 w i w I i lift vSA'I'UKDAV I'KKHS A Nwfff lnWWwfl WfWf SATURDAY. NOVitMllUH v ii rilK rim k.v nMir, rimiilci1ng that Mr Walter Hill ! int iitniHtfiar of tin? lally lliillrtln, lltmolulii, 0ltw, ami irrnnMMjr for titvltnl the (ink It on Slmrnn nml the ( lunrc Alliance, it U iMtilly e n alle llwt tlml ,hii IkniI1 Imvt; immV mi. h rmwww tatrnwnt rritinu "a tlrcnw for farming n lUwniUn alliimc nl -'hinn" ml thv iimmiiI tnent of f'clw Pivmi Moreno w " iiiintarr for foreign affair ami pre inter in iSS in onler to tam out the lins riiineo mJcrU" Mr. Hill wm uqtor if tlw Reformatory School ilutinK tle wlrote of tit time thai Mr. Moreno w-n hero, ami from the fart that le wwi an Intimutc friend H Nlnremi'v ami tlwreforc uiulonlxnlty Mill nuiiiaintrtl with that wron' Ktl thal Mlietnea, mum luvvc known that lm aoiniinent was for the imrj""? uf .tt)ing out n crteinr of "Hnwail.in aIImihc with China. " Wlwtevtr "Mlicmc" may have hecn ronicm plated in iSSo, involving "an Hawaiian alli...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 November 1883

y.w SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT )1. A. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, November o, 1883. No. 10. .jtr--!ssZmwmzmfflrr I & llTi! K A Ifi U, ,. " m; nt.rirtiocu mv.w.'r. In I Urrnllt Hour IrrntMt, tfntlnfitil In ircrnt Issue, lite trltirn vvs'lli. iusMcM mrmlwrrifllic I'latitcfs, mill Supply mminy to llitlt v lilting n was ;lten m llio I lotrl nn tlie lyih ul I r l what Ilic !( of ;ixxl lliln tuvlilftl ami Ilic )csl of dim picvAllrtl, nlniillieritiinlntlirrireinlliAtccnlfiil hi lliu rcptncnliillvo of this journal wss Hoi lo forrgil Ilic plcnsutc of AUrnitniicc I nml Is liidclilcl In tlir (inrrllc for the ln litiAvnlihtilv' il(ln)rl itmimiti hi C If. HUlion ptcl.lrtl, Mi. A. Unna i cntrl nn Ills right, Mr. S, II. Dole Ilic irrtlilcntnf the I'. In A S.C'o, on Ihclcfli Howlng gentlemen also necupylnR soils tnhlei llim. S, N. I'nsllc, lion II, M, tney, K. A. Macfle, J. It. I'M). V. O, 'h, 0. II, Dole, J. (1. Spencer, VV. I' ell, (J. C. Williams, C. S. Kvnnersly, T. ,)vlrt, P, A. S...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 November 1883

-4 ftiitfltrv4i?ftMlrjiiAM . rWfn-. 5r"??sf c;i i"r itP&8AlXPte$,rT m Pi k. r v . rjr, If l .'A ' IBS- ' STI!R)AV I'KICSS. I'uWIr atlnn nfnea l at A KsahiiMami lire , IM llntlal room t leA Pott Irr'l Hiitisriltiar n. AtIrrUft villi plaase achtrm, TIIOS. 0 TIIKIM, lhiHiiarn.lProptilrtf. All matlar far Urn "ImiIa I'" hoiiM Iw il.lffMM Irt Ilia ' SrVTUIUMY PI1HJI3." Douhl column dilf fl1niiil, till And Ir lypft wilt not li ilmltlid Into nnr column nalihar witlaile.illamtit b1 mlmlllnl fnio "iCJtit- Init' rnlunmt t any prlt Tli.ia ndt will b .1-11 ik....t i.. If Idle mlhunl In, Hollo nf any rrrnU nfliitfresl transpiring 0 Hid nllur Island wlllalw)r li thankfully retaltr I for pnbncllon. Corratponiltnt ara rafjiiettrfl m ppn.l Ihrlr Irui) name to nil tommunleali. ie, nrtl for publication heceuartly, Iml 11 e,ur' It that Dm vrlltar ll acllna: In Rood Mill, SATURDAY NOVKMIIRII i i8t LOCAL. ITH.M3 IaI riuirail)' tUie ivas Men .hrouith esrrl ! darkles; -ami, tor ifttn utt Klrt, lhrniih m...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 3 November 1883

'wrffrx-fv fi"tJ'T,?r' ffel"l''!fCy, .fV r !V7 SATUKDAV I'KKvSS. I !)ArtMfAV , MOVIIMIIHK t, iM,' I tlu Jlblicvllficmcnlo. q-riUS9G3l TRUSSES I (CJcticr.il bbcrMflcmcHls. 5citiT.tl bbetllccintnt IS l ls If? If S J, I-1 k -V, I ttlrllnll "A ''''Hm t.nrntlltri,, 1 1 It mm ftlren M re Hawaiian ."'a'rAiilil.al harm rm-m, iHrtot, etl.tte, tiwmni.iri., wll.jw, Imp, rtuf., Mc , Mlt llili ri.Uf it Uy I. i ivtfr .rtwl n WlTfVl Ar h.!!!.! trW'tlnc. I HI. lairiHH) ifli li a MiKrjiint)r OijIMi rnlflrc i pvwll.14. Hit. iltflrmwff ffll.. nwthw.1 a mi .Me M WM 1 Ka.Mo (iiililln I'rnctloti : l-ait'l In WdlsllOld, KlIOlHIjKlltr), Oallll. KAANW VTprtl In OKimiid liml In WaMIioI, Krxl.titMit.fi( Malm. Kai-ukokimi- Irfiiti! Iii WflfiOiolf, KikiIih- ioln, O.lllll. KlANIlll,inj "ilf ne mail l.inil In Walnlmlr, Knoliikn, Chlm, Kaai fit r, Wlnil litnuiilfHiitM)'! land In WaIo- ll'llf, KorlUllpillrff, OaIih. Kai'U-mia CirfrWlng fliwcra t lnd In WnlAlmlc, KmM.itijrftlu, yilm. KaiiAHM -Uml In Wfilttniie, Oidm...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 November 1883

-T L - x-nwirWMtg-t&irtt tomMfceffciuw i wim-8WffwwwHri fr XHX n T v ,: "rsoaw k. i ""'V Saturd ayPre s s. hi, Voi.UMK.IV, NuMHliR Jl. IONO.LULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANlSiW;VP:MBER iQf r883. WllOLB NuMHftfl l67 j- Try y r ;; a ?, t - fe fVt S. , j-n.: .11 u i V . ft 'r Ut iV. I H i -Y t 1 t In Vlrll. I kinf llic I Ijrnin of the ConiUcrnl wlio fell In the b-ttle tr life The hymn of the wminilnl, the beaten, who ilicil mcrvvLclmcil In the strife t Not the JulttUnl oni' of the victors for whom the renoumllni; nccl.ilm Of nttlom mi llfteil In chorus whose brims were the eli.tjilcl of famc Itut the h)tnn of the low sunt the InimMc, the weary, the liroV.cn III heart, Who strove nnd who Midi, nctlng hravcly a silent nml desperate nrt Who4c)oulh Imrc no flower In in branches whose hopes, liumcil In Ashes awa), I rom wIioac hind clipped the prifc the)' had (raipeil, vvhoslootl at the tl)in of day, With the wmV. of their life nil around them, upliflcil, tinhcolcd, nlone; W ith death swooping down...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 November 1883

irt-p -d 4Yjr -.,...,..,..1..,. ,... ,..,.,,.. m.w.1,..,.,,iif,iu.Vl i, y iBti'iiiiiriijp; imnipl --4 u HV I fcj ft IT Lf"" i Li H mv 'V, , c I tfi. A. l r t; a p lll & .a. .4p ir-tfjjF SATURDAY I-mSS. A New.paper Publliherf Weekly, IUnDStWRII'Ilfl?5.oo 1 iHR.I IMIHF roreifn MirwerlHioHA $4 to $7 S arrordifta to their deitmation. SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER i, iMi "r: I'A.f, num." The politicians of tlic government are at work to secure fnrllictnschcslhc votes of the )co)tc, and scarcely a stone lias hcen left unturned to comince the natuc mind of the valuable services whirli have heen rendered by the present administration to the nation at large ; and especially has the great premier in all possible attitudes been n presented as the central figure in the drama which has, and is, being played, and no scruple of conscience has been allowed to interfere with a wholsalc varnishing of truth to meet the needs of an administration that truth could only damn. It remains to be seen, however, th...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 November 1883

r45i- r -"irK -f J J , ..Vm M'-wifj mull li-.n,wt. pMM .in K1 to aflPTacc w SATURDAY PRI2SS. A Newspaper Pub..! tied Weekly, f oreign ssibss-rlnttom $o jfl to $7 $4, aeconliftg to their destination. SATURDAY, .NOVEMRER to, iMj Tin; VM.t. rimir." The politicians of the government arc nt work to secure for themselves the votes of the eo)lc, and scarcely a stone has been left unturned to convince the native mind of the valuable services which have been rendered by the present administration to the nation at large J and especially has the great premier in all possible attitudes been represented as the central figure in the drama which lias, and is, being played, and no v ruple of conscience has been allowed to interfere with a wholsale varnishing of truth to meet the needs of an administration that truth could only damn. It remains to be seen, however, that the native voter is to be eternally fooled by the soft tones of a silvery tongue, or to be bribed of his birthright by promises of ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 November 1883

saaj?aac- -wrnfeu&'r ' -i v- V t J SATURDAY SUPPLEMENT. 7 Vol., Honolulu, Hawaiian. Islands: Saturday, November 10, 1883. No. 11. .. . ry- MjSW''r'w b .. , -v 1-'-, V , i 4 PRESS M (lie 'I I frU u I v m vf tfc -' I Of Itilevrtt In 1)1,1 rrlrmlt. The Ohio . State Journal, of Coltimliu. in that Mate, printed recently an account of the Institu tion Mr Amar l'ratt lias , recently taken charge of The concluding paragraph of the elections printed below h particularly gratify ing' Sucfin'.-iidcnl l'ratt t.r the Institute for I leaf and Iinmli, and his many assistants, now '"" 'hinj-s alKiut in rrailinen for the opening ' linnl this week, though they have lcn annoy, il mil detained sonic hy the contractors tin i oilier, who had repairs to make aliout the lni'lin,' I" ( .Ing through the building a striking fatn - the manner in which everything is " l nnd how the management Is com piler iinaki' an effort to accommodate alxtit one h mired more than ought to be rtdmltlcd to the rtllldlng. T...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 November 1883

-..f WVjPKSfW. - ,. WJtaiiiiSaptssaaitf Ja 2EVaa: ttawiunittdf3zJm ? A" r233awi K A- e . w 14 if ; n, k t. i f .r. Jr. SATUR DAY PRESS, Pnbllel!on office It at t Ka.humanti ilreei s Hd-1 Itorlat rom at lo Pott trrel. I Subscribers and Advertisers wilt pirate address, TIIOS. O. THRUM. t'nbnher and Proprietor. All matter for the Saturday Press should be addressed to the "SATURDAY PRESS." Notice ol any crents of Interest transpiring 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 necessirlly, but as a grsrantee that the writer Is acting; In Rood faith. SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER 10, iMj LOCAL ITEMS. The Amateur Muical,Socicly was to Itcm lit rehearsals last night. Mr. J. II. Paly has purchased thcjiidd street reidem of Mr. J. f'.lllaite. TJic Planter's Monthly for Novemlier is mit a full nml more than usually valuable numlicr. Prlncett Kckatilikc, (loverne of Il.iw-nii, I...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 10 November 1883

.s3.j5rir' - ?" -" 1 -0OK 'VtTJfWW'isSeJjj(a. ' r "iti ii SATURDAY 1'RliSS. Iii0iu-..iicc polices. Ccncntl bbcrliflcmcnto. 7 r I r t i m I-- "J I w i tV Y M P ttUVRMBKR to, il' .i.v r.ri:iti:trtxo i.r.vrnii:. Mr. Ilrurr, M.I:, nl Ihr V. M. V. A. Hull. fcostcLVntn roM tasr wpfk I Mr. Jlryec then -briefly touched upon the iittltcr of the formbf Omcrnment In Turkey. He could cliaracterke this "government" as nothing Imt fjrnnicil roMier on the part ftf (iffici.il of tate. Kurnpc liail her ces oiwnoil to tnueli of this at the lime of the late IUio-Turb.Ili war. There was, certainly, a machinery for the collection of lanes tithes of their worMly all from poor down-trodden pennants. Hut so far an were concerned edu cation, prrAcct.nn. mails and bridge, justice, opening of enmtrmnleifion with other enmmn nltl, (jtvernment did not exist. Hie Turk at a punsnnt or a a wd.Iicr hai l gowl l)int, Itut once in xwcr he lieetint: cor rupted. They could ensily understand the tnhery tint mmt exht In ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 November 1883

'4HT as, V Saturdays Press. ' IP i" oi.-. r- s.. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANt)S?'N,OEMBER 17, 1883. -0 Volume iv, Numhisk 12. Whole Number 168 7-ar! I t : X , -v ( ( t e m ft J fc 1.- f? ..Vs T lilStl MVSKS. Nay, keep your .-ali I iiray ; let no one lif The Ijanrjuet' Jut Iiegim. .Slave, All their cups, Arnl itantl Miintl Ihrir clialts with Hj1 of vrinc. Tor mc, my lonl, I mean to walk awlillc, Ami tlilnk my thoughts. Come off, my Kingly crow n I ou clufe my temple vvilli yimr golden round, And turn my hair to llcr i oh, lie there I And now I doff my robe. Drink gentlemen. Ciooil fool, put on this weary robe and crown, And play the king. Had I a wreath of flowers, .Such as the country maids do wear in spring, I resh wild flowers, cool with dew, I'd crown myself. Hut why pluck flowers to bind few gray hairs? lkforc the year is out a whitcd skull Will be the lordliest thing that's left of mc. Away with all this show I this well-filed board, These littering lamps, music and song and wine ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 November 1883

Lr .! -"W-ifr sssw&hk - I r -Zsus U.'-"l- Y VI?' I li !l v ' VII if l SATURDAY I'RESS. A Newspaper Published Weekly. istnD JtBKRinms $5.00 t mi n w we. Fofele.ii eertxcriptioTH J. yi to $;. v. wordinjr. to rheir destination. SATUKDAV, .NOVEMBER 17, iHj K.I MJ V.Ul.TVItl',. The 1'ros tins repeatedly urged a greater diversity of industries on these islands. If the treaty lae, and leave the Wands one big unprofitable sugar plantation, wc shall be in the worst kind of a ld boat. More bananas, more oranges, more alligator pears, more everything that ran find a profit able market in San Francisco, ought to be planted and cultivated and im proved on the Hawaiian Islands. A movement is on foot which promises to set the ball rolling in the right direc tion. An association is contemplated whereby ramie culture and its maiin facture into textile fabrics may be car ried on together the one helping the other. 'I hat ramie will grow here has been demonstrated beyond a doubt by the experiments...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 November 1883

-zmmSifi SATURDAY SUPPLEMENT. ". Vol.4. Honolulu, HEa-wa.iia.ii Islands: Saturday, November 17, 1SS3. No. 12. , wy.i'W. mr Jt- m 1 rxiLJSlS I !Sf kV'.'. KB1 wh. A k" ' ftf iMjeaT 1, I j'-VL it uv rii 1 tnsin t v.ttv.u. The lltiltetln ay "trmle wild the Snml vvicli Islamls tt Increasing " and 1mc Id words of Irulh nml wtollOm on the statement that " the Mariposa entile fit the tdarxlj to-morron the largwt cargo erer sent ffSm thl port to the stme itesllnnllon." The above 1vthe lieiit evidence of your con tinued prosperity, looking at it ofi one tide only, Imt how almt the new Artter of tltlnjjt which "corrals "all (lie freight, learing the old timers not In the cold and forcing ouch vessels aa the .Murray, Kalakatii, I'nlkenlnirg and Lamjwon, whoee "sighting" In jeara gone Iry line gladdened many hearts, and whose occupation In now nearly gone. It III )ecoinc one wielding so weak a. pen M mine to prognosticate the remit of too much mono poly, bttt many whotirc interested in the wel f...

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