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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Austin's Hawaiian weekly. — 15 July 1899

i6 iW v , " T. m m & Ml H m AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. rrn-- -t--F'--r"P 3'-' -!$-- l44- -,-JG3k,T"r4- ' 'j4jjj pactftc ilftatl Steamebtp do. cctoental & dental Steamsbtp Co. an& XLoyo IRisen IRatsba. 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 2!) CITY OF PEKING AUG. S GAELIC AUG. 16 CHINA SEPT. 1 DORIC SEPT. 9 FOR SAN FRANCISCO: AMERICA MARU JULY 4 CITY OF PEKING JULY 1 1 GAELIC JULY 27 CHINA AUG. 8 DORIC AUG. 15 NIPPON MARU AUG 2.'. RIO DE JANEIRO SEPT. 2 For General Information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO. LTD., Agents. -wgw & 'f 1 ! 3 4 4 1 4 4 ii n & 4 i

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. — 22 July 1899

'-jjiatMmti nwijw(i,c,,''v" ftjjgTlNfr, mm 22. ezz. l&SS ME Devoted to the Progress of the Pacific I'er Copy, ioc. I IONOLULU, JULY 22, 1899. Per Year, $4.00. No. 6. Progress of the Pacific. must be a screw loose somcwheie in tlie recognized princi- fLevelltiK Ples ol political econo- lency of my. 1 nat is to say, lerce there must be a princi ple yet undefined which put into practice bv the force of circum- witli a rapidity that is startling causing stnal revolution without parallel 111 tne of commercial development: a sudden of the principle that competition is the radc. The change of the mdttstiial sys- f the United States ke competetive basis Inopoly, in all its es, was not prcccd- i learned and scicnti tiscs on political cco- showing the neccs- tlie change, nor did led and (mined finan- festimatc (lie icsuUs. le like a c clone or vae and swept the Hefore anyone Inie to think all the lant industries weie the management of Such industiial es do not take place Ut cause. In last...

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. — 22 July 1899

, AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. m 1 I cial see-saw broken. If all the world were one nation, and one race predominated, competition would be the life of trade; but where each nation has its characteristics, to preserve them, the na tion must be as nearly as possible a world with in itself or the leveling tendencies of commerce will surely destroy nationality and bring the higher civilization down to the grade of the low est civilization with which it has large commer cial relations. t) "England makes a pretense of the open door or a free trade policy. If England means Great Britain and Ireland, then undoubtedly she is practicing free trade, and it is qivte necessary that she should. Her manufacturing interests transcend in importance her farming interests a thousand fold. To foster her predominating in dustries it is necessary to have cheap food and as this has to come from the colonies and other countries, it is necessary to sacrifice the English farmer and drive him to the factory. Su...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. The Davey Party. IWritU'ii lor usim s niw.m.m tvaKiy.j left herein tl ,lal1 " Tuesday, July nth. r !.!... 1 ......! f i the intention ()I rciiuimn mc eiupuon irom I Kan iil. t lw" arriving at Kailtia, Nona, I . i in lr Mnnsarrat. at Kamn:il:i. ami I ..I., i.,. Ii-wl 'i lirtii( full anil all liU lmra: IllilIMill m i."- - ricroil Flierefore. decided to take the most Lit mute of all. right over the mountain from luiiKi Mile, rather than lose time. I he diffi- lii. ina ne iiiiagmeu wiien u i.s lemuuiDereti l Manna Loa is 13,800 feet high and that we I n travel over lava all the way. Icl.ireil hordes at Kailua and rode through the I,, from this point we made the balance of iotirne 011 foot. There were eight in the . 1. ..if :....i...i:.. n..r t n hi IvsKll's iinsm, iiiliuuiiil; i luiessur nigaiis, ti .-...!.. L. 1 1 1 IV 11 I I II ijor.Mcinrun. oiems imick, j. nouani aim 11. iKIunrel and three guides. We made camp I left tlie horses and pack mules at tlu upper r...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. m ! I 'lit rw .( !! The Yarn of Bill the Whaler. "But what," said Freddie, the lad, to Bill, the whaler; "what was really the most extraordinary thing that ever happened to you?" Now Freddie, the lad, was six, while Bill, the whaler, was nearer sixty, yet they were the great est of cronies. Every fine day, and the days are always fine in Southern California, you might see the pair; the grey head and the gold, out on the rocks together or sometimes idling along shore in Bill's boat fishing for rock-fish. Many and wonderful were tht stories that Freddie would retail to his father in the even ing, and so well did he succeed in the telling that on rare but never to be forgotten occasions Mr. Hammond would make one of the fishing party himself, and then under the luxurious influence of an Havana cigar would Bill outdo himself and give his always vivid imagination unchecked flight. "The most extr'omary thing that ever hap pened," repeated Bill between chews. "The...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. i ...,. di'ifin' ntjr i m-iccit J..!.. t ., Ineaiul uc "-" " sv in iu- mis Hif '""' .: i ir ..... ... . t tUO Illiy-Ilvi: i until uu me liiim ail(l ,',i ii,L. water. Wc went down :i considerable riic lS and our speed kind of slackened up, but it nek me w-' warn i gum up agen iikc we loiild, and Kulus sees it me same second. Of course! ne yens, i uiigm 10 nave Known What''' .scs Doc. iv i,. ilw cuter of tlic attraction riin't :it . i 11, ". ----- -- -- - .v .... iclatall! It's probably at the middle of the irtli. . Tii,. doctor makes a clash lor the air tmht ut ami throws it open. We all took a long catli and struck out for the surface. i thought my breath would never hold out ii mnrlipd the ton: but it did. and I enne im 0e In tin." island. 1 swam to shore, and pick l' omc bananas, set down to wait for the flier to show up." 'And did they? said I'reddie the lad. "Xevcr," sadly replied P.ill, the whaler. "I've boned it out scene and 1 see it was impossible."...

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. — 22 July 1899

i AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. If 'A f i!' in m v i il II 5 FROM THE END OF THE ROAD. waii Nei stood out in duskly purple with the Garden Island a faint streak of blue beyond. To the left lay Waikiki with its clusters of villas sur rounded by rice and banana fields. Diamond Head standing in its barren plain, with the shad ows ever varying on its rock ribbed side seemed to the fanciful eye not unlike the giant hull of some titanic ship that with keel sunk deep into the sand lay stranded, mastless, deckless, with it's prow towards the sea. Over Koko Head a full rigged ship was crowding sail to make the har bor before night. The sea lay placid pale blue to the blending of the sky line, a line of foam mark ing the reef, but strangely still. The murmur of the surf was hushed by the distance though the strains of a band came faintly from the city. All over the wide scope of sea and land the pur ple shadows drifted. Companies of clouds formed and sailed in echelon from the masses banked again...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. A Word of Warning. Ian K ,s not our intention to discourage our fcl- . MiRMicms on the mainland from coining Honolulu to locate here permanently in busi- but on tlie contrary u is um cinilm iiraiiu stimulate the growtn aim wcnaic ui uiu .'viner- coloin in Hawaii. iui i.irougiiom uie . .. i .. .!.... fiiirfil1c !l fll1itnr rminmr tllM 'iiitcd Maic iiiv.i- !-. f, -..,, lvtc, ()cs that Hawaii is a Uiul ot I'ronuse: ut the field for professional men, lawyers and '"..nrs is a lucrative one, that Hawaii is not yet 1 eloped; that all is needed to make it the most o.ncious of Uncle Nun's new possessions, is a cat influx of Americanism. In fact, it is looked , .. . ,t... ui. :i:. ,..;.,,,. .,,-.. ., ,..,,,!., .,,.,1 tOll allllOSl aS lilt I IIHIIMIIV..-) .in., .1 I.IUUV. cuiu imitive nation, lacking the wheels of industry ml the powers of civilization. I he fact is, that awaii generally, and Honolulu 111 particular, is bout as well developed in every branch of busi !...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. On and Off the Stage. JANET WALDORF. The Japan Weekly Mail of July ist says that an open air performance of Romeo and Juliet, given by the Waldorf company, was a success, there being fully 500 people present. Another alfresco presentation of "As You Like It," was also given with credit, the balance of the caste in both plays being filled by local amateurs. The Japanese local press gives praise to Miss Waldorf, especially commending lpr Rosalind preferring Mr. McGregor's work also in the second play. Miss Cranna is somewhat crite cised as Celia, played here by Miss Bojer, and the press generally deplore the lack of interest shown in Shakespere as against the light'jv at tractions of Vaudeville. The Orpheum. Good houses continue nightly at the Orpheum and the entertainment afforded is well up to the excellent standard the management has present ed of late. The first part sketches, summarised editions of standard plays are most successful. Post and Marion are ...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. Baseball. bn"t8rM...,:u,: :: :: ,lie oft' the- riwcry ,,u..u iu ;r old tactics oi aiiiiuuiiv-iMB m (Ilih. )U. tlMl a surprise ., Ctttt-1?lt' ll ..... nr nniHliriii(!iiL that the a ni.ui- " ,Htn team Had tnc nearness r,.. ttuntliiM Clflltirllt. fltoi-oiiUMip u ";' ....h.. , ,10 (louht Weir unman 1 f..-.f-v li'itri iritlin. ,iiii' ami invui i..i.v. ...v. !,.' to (l wmi l"" ,'""" ,,v-" , HIOT ttUl-l'l" imin. .1,v.v.i... s about tueiity-nve, in me graiui 'i i?..tl ilwiin icirr uimi' nt" tlu Kl mm ink-"- -- -- Mil. rv that (lid good work, but ircc men ""' of a team can't win nine. 1 He iams pin ui) " goon piiiliitiuii of hall as the lack of incciiiciit to plav had afforded. almku made a good running .tch, the !a of the game. The mis made three tunes as nianv ins ill me iiim iiiiniiy i ui- ulul (lining the whole game. Xo doubt public interest will re- he next n.uiiiiiiiy in ine game De mi the knms and the Stars. As ie tianis stand the Stars have a ml lead and wil...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. 10 IX Dewey and the Filipino Pony. During the heavy fighting around San Pedro Macati and just before Gen. Wheaton "Flying Brigade" made their gallant charge, Admiral Dewey and Gen. Otis, accompanied by a party of ladies, steamed up the Tasig river in the General's beautiful launch. The ladies no doubt were impelled to take the rather hazardous trifl because of the very flavor of dan ger: besides they wished to view the battlefields over which our brave fellows had fought. The Admiral and the General were on an official visit to Gen. King. As this party of truly fair women and brave men stepped off the boat on the quaint old landing at this place and sauntered to headquarters building, where they were met by Gen. King, a large crowd of Uncle Sam's Tommies gathered and gazed in admiration that they might tell the folks at home they had seen the great Admiral. Tied to a hitching post and standing alone and unlocked upon was a fly tortured specimen of that mise...

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. — 22 July 1899

li'STIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY, 11 Notes fr" Manila. i friend of nrs, of varied wir v nu .. ..i.iirr from Manila. Vm"u' rnnumrisons between If A ricans and the Japanese lle. '',.,.,. to the management. ,;i;tnrv expeditions : ir'-fi V.nerican Genera! Mil f iainlii' -wo men, and stores ior l"u"' , ... n.,;i., .iw civii-:i f)(laS HOI" iiui" """ "-' .....i r.n.-Iitir in iloilo, took over luw1 , ... .1 l ., ,g hours to liiim ' ""-"' "" " ftkiolamiuicbiuiw. ..jIlc lapanese General, Uyama, tndmjf -'-',000 men, and sores loi km. at Hinguieiiy vlul -'-".'- ..ivim nt rir i drivs. look b til:"1 -4 ''ours to land the sen, and -'4 lor tllc stores. jl, Hiu American General JacArtlmr, advancing on Colum- . I I. ...1.1 f 1... .1VI..I rllfi, 1'- ilt Kill a (luuin in inu -.s.i.i iiuv.1.- ' 1 II 1..V- Lin (V it, ,..-.. .ion, aim auiuiig mi m.-, .-i.n. i..v..v. iQS 1101 il tuillliaj. c Japanese soldiers luul tnoit- amls ot compasses among tliein, lUtm-n sixth or eighth man in he ranks having one, besides ol...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. li Ut Hf; . 4 Ifi IV r( m w 1 ,1 1 Echoes of Religious Thought. By W. K. Azbill. Men of force arc generally men of faults. AAA Perfect love gives its life for oth ers. It is true in God, in Christ, in rnircnlvpe Af lirrflW AAA' For men orcat and small, victory hastens toward defeat when the in ner light begins to fail. AAA j There is no talent that comes masked ; there is no grace of mind l or heart that slays unurged. A A A I Our people have forgotten that Sunday is the soul's brooding day, I and that worship, song and prayer cleanse away the grime ot life, ' sharpen the intellectual faculties, enable the soul to take its observa- 1 tions, and lay out the voyage to- I ward the distant harbor. Hillis. i AAA There is only one cure for indo lence effort. The only cure for selfishness sacrifice. The only cure for timidity to plunge into duty before the shiver comes on. The only cure for unbelief trust Christ. Rev. T. F. Cuyler. AAA These thoughts are suggested...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. '3 Holding Him Level. -Oi liov wan for ycz," began Mc- llll)crty, in the condescending nc of one talking downward from s,,cimr height. "Ye'll niver tcssut." "I'hwot is ut thot Oi'll not lcSSr" inquired the wife of his iSOlll. . . T A coiuiiitlruin ut is. Here, now : mon" " "I'hwot mon r ny mon 1 Hear me out: A on takes a barrel weighin' twinty ,ivc pounds an' fills ut full av roinpthin', an' thin the whole bus ies barrel, contints an' ahl ejrrlis but half as much as pra ously. J'hwot does he put in ut?" Ofdunno." Av coorse yc do not ! lis well iid thot a woman has no since av mior. A mon is different about iot. He" Different, is he? Lave us see! nswcr me this: Av the mon on ic front ind av the oice-wagon eiglis wan hundred an' fifty muds, phwot does the mon be iiiid weigh?" "G'wan wid ycz! Lave me hov c answer to me own conundrum. ov the divil do Oi know phwot u mon on the back ind weighs?" "Thrtie for ycz, ye don't! Ye me sthrtittin' home wid a thrap a con...

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. — 22 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. H I'lllH tn m iif- AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY Devoted to the Progrcta oj the Pacific, It Commerce, twentieth Cintary. 1'oltttcal Significance and the Activities of the Tuc FRANKLIN AUSTIN, Editor and Proprietor AM.AN DUNN, City Editor mm Artist Subscription, - -, $4.00 per yen r United States and Canada, S 00 per year Other Countries In postal union- ---.-- -sB.OOpcrycnr Po'taiic Paid Payable In Advance. Single copy, - - - - 10 cents. Business Office, 314 Fort street lupstalrsl HONOLULU, JULY 22, i8gg CONDITION OF BUSINESS. Tin- conditions of business, es pecially on the stock boards, is very slow, but this must be expected a this time of year, when so many have gone to the coast or the moun tains to spend the summer. As to sugar stocks they cannot long be depressed and will probably revive after September. One of the causes of the depression of stocks is due to the fact that money is still tight and the market cannot he relieved until returns are all in from...

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. — 22 July 1899

i i inwriai AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. IS The Cradle Oce More. he revival of the cradle seems a olc-l against many of the lately tccpU'tl hcories of bringing up i.ies and as sucn win e received itli io by "'any a mother who, Ljj7inij herself to be perfect in kith .iihI mental torce, and know- ! ...... ..!.. ...fie rr.L"irl In clnrMi Ig 111 H Mit i.. " - ,.l- fl.n i igbt (luring tne urst two cal ,if her life, has been bewild- . i it... ... furmnt imm Hint ctw '( ) lilt miu........".. ...... .j... as imperiling her baby's life and ,aon 1 the .same indulgence, and cuti felt guilty when ' Sleepy - l0 tune nuuie uie long, easy iii'r in the big rocking chair, with little soft, warm bundle in her ins seem the most delightful m - mi on earth. Of course the quick, rk motion of a carelessly rocke I adle is bad. Any uneven motion inadvisable for a child, biu after wishing all cradles from our iienes specialists have appaient- rcconsidered the matter and ord- k'd them back, arguing that the loti...

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. — 22 July 1899

(-! ( V!; ' SOWC? T-1P& IW.'-V' n t : , . .v.. .- IS- I El . w ! Iff (J If ' 5 - ,t- l ft ! t ' L I'll .. 1 'A :.'.. . F. Iff ' '-' B Rd!.. J fit llfl f lV: ' L i. Jr " . . . . ill !r "'--. J J nil J 3 . IS R gj- AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. ejM(ji ? pacific dlbail Steamebip do. ccifcental & dental Steamship Co. an& , Too IRisen IRaisha. r' ,-'tK5Sfc. PPIS r " . about the dates below-mentioned: k FOR JAPAN' Attov CHINA :.. . , COPTIC .' : .'.'uJULY 21 r"'4'Si'..'ir2 Tr, . , AMERICA MARU JULY 29 . CITY OP PEKING '.. .. ."AUG. 8- , . X) S GAEUC ; ADGMG " CHINA SEPT. 1' & 0 DORIC SEPTY 9 FOR'SANif-R'ANCISGO: ' 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. sssSsfi .WJ,.--y....'.ITJ'-j'Z'i I-XlliI 1 11 . r' iv Hi ';? 4 .4

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. — 29 July 1899

JUSTIM mm rc. m M zrpm Devoted to the Progress of the Pacific 1. 1 Per Copy, toe. Progress of the Pacific. MONOU'Ll', JULY 29) ,899. Per Year, $4.00. No. 7. Russian View of English-American ! Policy I'lie most interesting and instructive article, of the current month, on the Eastern question, is entitled "lis Orient c Lux," a plea for Russo- vnierican unclerstaml h Vladimir llolmstreni, (a Russian), in the rth American Review. It is needless to sav it i do not agree with the views taken hv the rued writer except in his special plea for the egrity of China. But whatever opinion maj licld concerning Kussia it is always prohtablc know both sides of a stion and most ably and haustivclv has Mr. I tolm- cin put before the read- ; public the aims and de- of Kusi.'a.aiiu-- tW?v. nplcsion o f Russian niylit concerning hng- id's far Eastern policv. ince Ookhtoniskv, editor the St. Petersburg I'ied- wsli 111 his preface to Mr. )!iiMrems article gives, ;t paiagraph. an idea of forces behind Rus...

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. — 29 July 1899

ya i AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. N fS m E-' ri'P. frr SH b 3 l1 1 "VI States not only from English influence but all European influence, and marked out the sphere of influence of the United States ; after the civil war President Grant marched a large army of veterans to Mexican border to see that France evacuated Mexico; President Cleveland, m the Venezuela affair, brought England to bay, in spite of her boasted power, by his proclamation reaffirming the Monroe doctrine and compelling Europe to consider it a principle of international law when dealing w ith America ; and last, but not least, the war with Spain asserted the right of the United States to mediation in regulating the af fairs of the Western Hemisphere, and now, prac tically the Pacific Ocean. Witlsuch a successful record of declarations of emancipation from all outside influences it is rather humiliating to be accused of being dominated by English influence, door policy. If this be so it behooves the United States to hold...

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. — 29 July 1899

AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. The Samoan Islands. r.lmwli. l.i tviti cttiplimi c fit lriti wr L'of iiiunial political dimensions of rival daiini'iy tlie ngni divine 10 govern wrong illtl-H-IIKCI l' - - - "- -- Sin-natorv lowers oi uermauy, iMigianu ' " . ',.. , .. ... .1 i... i.i t I I 'l 1 C(l SUUCS, ID mi: imiMiuw.iiJiu ccie- Jlerlin ct oi leay, ciann me auenuon oi ..i... i.nl.- backward as well as those wlm 1 .,in in- forecast of the future. 1 ... litieal heresies that have disturbed the H 1H" . . ,...! :.. i. ..I.; :. ...... i i I tR alioriglliai niu.um.im.s nave uccn SO r,i,K discussed from every point of view ir'"1'. . f I ..1 .! .... mstiitctueni iiuin jjuiMjiiiu uuslu vauon mih .uld another angle to the complex his- l(il rcceiu evems. , inhabitants are a surewu sei, always on tlcit for tlie quiii ''' quu, a mimiying in of lassitude, peculiar 10 iropieai climates. L-Nceptioiially line physical structure, yields ,lllll W Ul- ltlllHlll"" ui fcl"'"' ' "-' .THUS . iVasts and hoat cna...

Publication Title: Austin's Hawaiian Weekly
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