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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 November 1883

- .mLipm' fsmm m .tj--! -,. .V" -& -K I-: ' -r I,; l& f IP ft LF Pi Hi ft t? I ifr 0 LUTHISR'S BIRTHDAY. Rev. S. C. DAmon's Sermon At Fort Street Church Last Sunday. In response to the letter here following Father Damon preached the sermon given lielow, in I ort Street ("liurch lfi.t Sttndfl): K lFRI ICH III UT( I IRS KoH.'l M, Honolulu, Nov. 12, 1883 Krv'h. )k IHmox Dear Sir In my on name, a well as in that, of quite a number of my rountrymen -I herewith lg leave to tender my "riftcefest thank for the appropriate sermon that watched by you on Sunday hut, in Fort Street Church, in commemoration of Doctor Martin I.nther. I would ask you the lnor tr) give W)iwion to have the sermon printed I remain, Dear Sir, Your most oh't servant, II. F. (it.wii'. Acting Consul for CJermany. T II 15 SERMON. Krri.AriON w 1 li. "Ami I w mother irrlRrilj angel comeitowti frmri 1 aten,--An(i he hml in hl ham! a little book open." Yesterday was the four hundredth anniversary of the hirthday of on...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 November 1883

i V it r ft I IP L le ltfpt'- 11 ' SATriRllAY I'KliSS., Publication office It l KAhomnn street i Ed itotUI rooms t lo Pott treet Subscribe rs and Adrt rtlsr ft will ptratr adJresa, TIIOS, O THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor. All matter for (tie Saturday Prett thotild be addressed to the "SATURDAY PRESS." Nolle olanr etnitt of Intern! transpiring on the ether Itlandt will always be thtnVhill; received for publication. Correspondents ar resetted to append thefr true nstnrt to all communlcatlont, not for publication necessarily, but at a guarantee that the writer It aclinic In good faith. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER is, 1M1 LOCAL, ITttMS The Amatwr Mutkal Sodct) hot lirgun In 1 1 j tT Hapten's "Crealkm." Nrttly five rokrnnt of orrcml matter in i i vrtttkS (MrttM, ml a many molt in the mm tlcliiettt. ( V. 0nct (rt rwpltew of iry (ienrt Ih. "I'rlM lint" f Twwl Klni: mtmtiry) wi in rtetjtih(! paetmftir rtn 1ht .tailxw.n. IV tvtrrrsn prtrethflll iMt Sumby "' S t . IanM)n at Kott Mrtct Clmreli, appear...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 17 November 1883

mriBBJMjaa&Mwn T' -5k- r p 1 i "-,a iTh MP tf; u J 1 n . ft. ji-' ,.i SA'PITRIDAV I'KKSS SATURDAY. NOVKMnKK is, till Hlrllnnr& " llrtmllnn Intrttllln. rTV mil IrMtt M" an tla(Swi isuaaal n.ima Minis iHaHrlt, , r-MMahm syt, tors Hn. Vi " K"t! '"' . 7 ' t ..a. Mean. In Matoeseal o yafw Madias. Iraa tailcass Aft (Ins w a aathastscify lassJteli WRfMnnc I .aMBpa. Tim oKt vMMfy 4R m cnNtsmiM m coir. K.ro.s lloejof pl;i taftd in MaUlVi, Witt rue, Oar. KiiKto NVlr Irak) Uml in Makta, VM- nit, OiliH. K A 1 1 1 1 1 1 )t ciatl Iivjj of ii rinci law! ki Ms- lain, W'alsnM, 0rw. Ki'KtUlfAHO "TH, sHm or lw!r," aho th rare at a PM-Mnti DlMitet ntljfrlnlnK KukMkodi ItmNttata. KaaKATOA "l'JeVtln flowtc:" Dhlrkt of Honolulu un lbs wt uf Duma street ami ll Nit IMncan Klli' palace I, tt vrM aim III ptaea) where KalnnalaVetcua'i canoe n ilrepfwrJ far III Ut time ty the itanon In the bftit nf Kaar. Koi kaka Tin ilMrtct on School street, Wo- noltn, atiotK lite UMfe lrttntcn Post ami NwMrm MlM). K.U...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 November 1883

V" yilf I !WfrWWflWMtoiiHfc -fct--rT-K &-?.; ja .p Saturday impress. Vouj.mis IV, NuMHIik JS. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDSHMBKR ha, 1883. Wi 101,1s Numiikr 169 v -- if I r w ' J :4J h i HKMfxiOKPK miMiinr, lAWHI. St Jolm the llniitUt's tlay, 1861, wns ubierveti by the l-rcc Mawru in Mono lulu with a roxi ileai of ipitit The brethren awcntbiCti in tiic hall of Hawaiian Lotlgv Nu ii, lotuer ol Queen nmi KiMiuiinanti MtecK when a ytty eloquent addrvn wns delivered by the Rev. llro. C V. Anthony. In the evening hi majesty the king, nt VV. M. of Lodge I l'rortw de I'Oeennie, No. 134, gave a banquet to (he incinliors of the order at Washington Place. This w.m conceded to be the mint splendid entertainment of the kind ever seen in Honolulu, in joint of complelciicsi, H.-rfec.iion and profusion. Hit Majesty presided in iicrcoti with H. !'. Durham, W.M. of Havaiian Lodge, on hit right, and Colonel Drjcr, United States Com iniuioncr, on his left. The banquet Ltsted until midnight when the r...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 November 1883

"L YTWQ, . - JL rer-" ii - jOtUjeZSfOto S AT U R HA V 1 ' V 12S S A Ntw.pap.r IHiVHhJ W.Ale tm viarMrmu jjw i uit i uuwi I A I If.., aewweVM v itwfc tfotautewi SATURDAY, NOVHMttliK . iMj i-iii n': i.tmiii i. The nihmwHwimcnt of tlie iidice (IrpMtment of trie ulatnN ami the mi, romloct of cettoin of it nvrmten, liftvr Kmjj leu matters of publH lonvroent, ImiI irh vvwr, the xtxiUtK)H it lcint; it rtsMeU h) fiHeign clement, ami a tlmte element bring their ccittmibitirt; haiw of the genu hoodlum, the laxity of title and utter want of lotce ami pfjMM orfMntMtKMt of this i!cmM merit Ivmwve more and more njijuu cut 'I hat we ate tciuliiiR in A tail wav, in respect to the pnier anil Unite nut enforcement of k, 1 a fart Out no thoughtful mind can pm) l'he comlition of the invitee on Maui tr.u, until Intel), an outrage against the community. lut cnmtilunt ujwncoin i'lamt was uttered h) the most icR'c taWe reddent of the islands for v ears against the official misconduct orul oulinAtc officers...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 November 1883

y ' "Jw-,Rh'ypyS!!tj M - J j rl -t 'In it ?- EHp lwmj t 8 PRESS SUPPLEMENT. J r ' ,. J. Vol. 4, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, November tM, 1833. No. 10. SATURDAY Ki!. r k . ,4 lMMf lM.trrtMtn'. .SMMl.sii rt Pre. fli-ilrn(. A strung rnllmmn Wlhi! tltH rity hat re r, ntif sttinrn mrnl tirHtttrit; letlits lit lb I nmlwiUn,! Mrrrttt)', nf lVmamatia, Net Vault lr Krnm ww of the Istnt it rustic en 'uHtwinr; t-tripl i Maxiiir; j; 1 riwirVliuMjr setttal In I lit. matt it itlitlnl pH.r (nnolli) wt hmV ImW In i 1 an tnc a m yvm a ftw vttirtH Ursv u)4ir ( ii cltattimr awl rlwntar?. In ..r latl Irlirt wrir, unlet I nm mUuleii, In I faftml ltatrme-nu relatl, in lli plMttnR , H tw-trl on rsrve's olrtalntnj; a I r.t. trs vm untie lawn atwl ll MirltMni b iriratks mt rrtr (lnttKlei vttwstl tuptrlV nallr. if I may wV tlius, of lh ml lie of lire Hawaiian itUnili i ami the vri)' rrfilitalilc pt j;tt nf the Kf so hi at the Aittiti of mum mmlrtn irwfitaikvos isf HtlHty ami tvrv v iitrnce it rtmct...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 November 1883

ti. V tJKftt fc 11 i. r Jl fit' R w .t l ft ' A 0 - ' K. $u SATURDAY l'NKiSK. a 1'iiMlr.llf.iv tifflra H t s Kaatinmanvi itreel R.I. ItMtal iwmi l tr-s I'oit tiret Stihwilbtit and A.teHtfiert will pirate a.Uint. TIIOS. O. TIIKUM. tiiMitrtr tn.t ttprMet. All mtlltr tVtr the Salntdty I'tnt iluvtitd lr Mirtir1 tr) the STIIHPAY PlltlSS," Ncllr. Many rventitsf InterMi tfntplin on the nthrrlsttn.tt will tlwtjt be-thin, hilly irtelvrd fur wMlrlliw, C'iimn.lfnt t rrrinriteil tti append their Itvia tvtmet In til ertmninntftllnni, not (At pnlllf llin nrrett titly, Iml at iistritre that lh settler U trtlng In "iMsd ftt'rt. SATUHtJAV, .. NOVnMllivl M. ij UOOAL. 1TBMS. "At Oihtis Si Us" In tit wpplmimi. An fMfflrth nFtfiRlfl'V sitW mi llit fmulh lt Net 0d f Mttvvtli: mHc h rinwtlnl owl ly I'll' f tttc tMs ttl. UHliop Willi ami It ItiMe rtti,vsl liv ilit AUmfAt. Ifeftti tstl !!. Ijim ,mjVi V. M. C . tteittom vrit mott fiiWKiiiiiiij- Attrmlal, Mr. awl Ml. J. A. Ilnfjsti vst-ir nmwiR lit vve4iswns ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 November 1883

artij, Ar ttVMjfl J-iwilnaS &" v -mv-jsezz Iji8' S'PftS 41? Umiw mi ii-i littWIW'ilMwWi8)giiwiriiyvit',w''iiiitiiw'i't; 1 K 6. l SATMKDAV I 'KICKS. SATIJHDAV NOVUMtlliH .(. iM Ulllrlitllnit'n .lone. At Aswrtais army, aafnllr ar)ts.l ItaMly I? rattwy W(hI IWIatad. VWli fWrVwflll'stTT, fwWVWrttrlftf rttffstfc Ite ilfvmtrtlMi ilnMtMdit damn 1 1 " j tjWryspa, tsf s?fePflej sWa, V IVr Km, frs fatta. fanthii fiwV fray (tenerari 'faran rKrU HI vsrlem OMl lltw ( IIhihi hettfe hanllnwal llsfttfralu MHntmln.ie Its HI, KlftniV4tlltftlrl- MiffmetiVrrrlmlaffit IssUe la lets Wtlesr Imumi tfhMt Mret mirth tnM KHMWh, 'mtd Males, 'irAI mur Naw assfty, ne.fcm msmrn mlr rt.f,ht Of MltMlftl ollMMtn1Mtfl isha,M; ! aatrfcsra, (Ml) fetr. hassM, tartly at unit. V ifwMae, ifttsVlly isvattee, ussarte humi nates rrtartt, rettama rigm re-.istn.l-fcsrts stae assert saataMstfy waiads, TTistrelhTitil.y. rrltsmrihiaihylrarni ItttJiM, , hwWil ltram. i 'aMt .treaty i natal, rrrtnty s-am I "hf Htt swarfti horefis...

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

J" , tlJflf , fljs-r wwf?Tp,wfc, -j -" C -r 8aturda Press. ; VCCSs. ..til ' ; .. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. DLCI MB K-R .. ,. " 111 Voi.UMI. IV, NuAIIHJIt JO. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DLCIuMBL-R ., .883. Wnoui Numihsr 170 v ;-f Tl . tv ' ..; ill? z ! ii H . HI' l" ,"' h K a 4 h ri L w.. WC" Pi. j L,. E'Y i. h. I ' i3 U VI, iiv(ii:.i: ...vi iii:.ii,rn The lle'pnn'iblllynf I'ilflelunm mill nil Ihe reel n The following ntltlrim w tlctivctci! ID St. Paul, Miiinavitn, timing the win ter of i88i, by Dr. M. Ilngnn, nt that nine president of the mcdlrnl 1 Icty of tlmt city mul comity. It ion lam "food for llioiiglit, which nil or in would do well r.ircfully to ion filler. It win printed nt the liint in union St. Paul papers, and ii rcpro dmed here at a nutter of unite ns much practical interest to tills t.oin innnity nt it wns to that. "Tlic rreimnillillliy of iliynlclan In the mailer ( public nml jnlsAte li)cnc." The sul)jt;t.t of domestic" and public li)gicnc, in its broadest sense, i...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 1 December 1883

It uilAft i ,i '.'' " -I,, H-JI Tf5" -SBSBBW' "xJT" !, - Vv . r . ik r---wa ft SATURDAY PNIS A Newspaper Published Wee-ly. I oreln .MnscrlMnmt $4 sn Irt $y en, acmrdin, tij iWi desiliwtlnn SATURDAY, .DHCnMIIHU t, ,M, M.iii i i.v .v.i o.v.i, mn.iit.iV! One rould not help noticing- especi ally kamnainas- the very lax nWrv mice f Hawaiian Indcpcnd.iiuc Day, as n national holiday, as comparcil with its observance in earlier years. "I'is true it had been fretted that aM government offices would be tloscil, as nn other I'overnincnl holidays, but iu organized cfTort had been made by the uon eminent or iinv.ite persons for its due observance other than n round of target practice, n public reception at the I'alacc at it, and a salute at noon Consequently, business houses made no attempt nt closing till afternoon, and many toniiniictl open all day. 'The reason of all this is plain to the ohser vcr who li.u noticed the tendency to make royal holidays the days for the lco"i)lc instead of the na...

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

V 0 SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT, 1 Vol.4. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, December 1, 1883. No. 14. r ,i.v itotm uitii 7oir noon Mr llnffnunt'n Isetiirr A small audience greeted Mr. Abraham lloflnunR at V. M. C. A. Hall on the evening cf the 191I1 Instant ( and )ct The world-wide opilarlty of the lectnrcr's subject, the wortli of the cause and the ittlterini; reputation of the gentleman who lectured ought to hac filled the hall. The lecture was well nilrcrtiseri and It Is a re-pro-ieh $ the city that it was so ill attended. Mr. H. II. Dole introduced the lecturer. At the amt time he remarked upon the claim of thl cotjmtinity, by irtuc of its being an Kng lish spcllilnj; nationality, to hic ready )m palhy tth .Mr. Itoffnung and hU subject on this occasion. Though not American and though not Knglish, we belonged to the "Grcaer llritain" of Kngllsh-spcalring people, whose pride, too, in honoring the greater lightsrfTiir mother tongue such as Hood vtcshrrttl in to the fullest extent...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 1 December 1883

Wimt - X 'fevtT4 -Ml 1. f I Ji I L'l at aaf ffl.i y fc IV -V ! r Pi i I! $ h'f 1 iiT I last hi m - y W rf T A h t . i JO. ii. .1 -r V u SATUlDAY I'RJSSS, Pnbllcatlon ofnee It at 6 Kaahnmanti street ; Kd Itorlat roomt at 106 Tort treel. Subscriber and Advertiser will please address, TIIOS O THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor. All matter for the Saturday Press should be addressed to the " SATURDAY PRESS." Noticed an j events of Interest transpiring- on the other Islands will always be thankfully received for publication Correspondenta are requested to append their true names to all communications, not for publication necessarily, but as a guarantee that the writer Is actinic In Rood faith. SATURDAY, DECEMBER t, i8j LOCAL ITEMS The (ifietlc Charter case wis ag-iin post tot)cl till next Monilsy. 1 he Kimu made the fitet tfmc nn reeonl from Honolulu to LtliAlrva sis hours. Mr. Charles MiHtitcc ha oprncil a ijrncciy More In Wity' liloclc on King street. Mr Ilirrell, one tif the Unf"rtunitc N...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 1 December 1883

y" - SATURDAY PRI-2SS. Iiifl.u-.iiicc Notices. 1t Jlclu .blici-liocmcnls. '-pRUSSESI TRUSSES I ! General bbcrliscmcnto. 1 P - liJf B- ft. m ?- DIJCHMBKR t, i8j IHrllnnnril of llnmillnn l.nrullllr. (The mmn iflten belmr are llawaHm cenirraplttrftl nftmMiimM. rftarfrti. MitM. mnnmaln.. vslteirs. Ir, rlem, etc., which Knu'hh reaAts are lisety til ovme acre in hworkul or nwnpaper mKlin(. Iran" latHM, re Dtnn whfi Mtittactary umhi reniwnng MWHt, IW iKcllmury stRI ne cmmnnest h cnm. ptete M elblL. Kaiioolanakio "Ttytngtoflnntin poml": faint in KnliOoUinkio, NValarme, Oslitt. KAruAIIAU " Hitiiscii firmer": faml in KaaUfM, WaUtmc, OaMi. Kam akuai WA "Tlie ninth father or motlier"i faml In Kenkoe, Waldrrac, Oaliii. KapaMiiisui "To txtow honor, tiion a jwrtDn" t Mm! in Hnmmlitili, Hwh, Oalm. JiAtiWAIIlNK "Woman mounted" : fainl In 'Ifnnmilhili, Kvm, Oafni. Kamaiikikiii l.ind in llonoulmli, Ktva, Oslm. KapapapUIII "lM'v Hoard" t Unit in lion- Oiilluti, K a, Oalm. Kamumuku "Sliorienol" t faml i...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 December 1883

5-V-; A ' "W-7- Hjfrv. W ' V S3H VoLUiMK IV, NuMI.KR.14. nr.Mistsvr.svr.s or tiiistiuri.v. i.xxtx. The cultivation of rice in these is lands was in its infancy in 1861. Mr. Ilnlstcin, curator of the Agricultural gardens in Nutianti Valley, and Dr. Js. P. I'ord, at Ewa, were the pioneers in rice growing, demonstrating hy their experiments that it roufd lc cultivated profitably, Mr. Ilolstcin wrote: "I reaped from a rice patch the enormous yield of one and a half pounds per square yard. An acre of land contains .1,8.10 quart, yards, which at one and a half pounds per yard, would give the enor mous yield of 7,26. pounds for one crop, or 1.1,520 pounds in nine months, if two crops were raised. Who, after this, will hesitate to go into the rice ciilture?" I'hc Haiku Plantation, Kast Maui, owned by a company of stockholders, w'ts commenced in 18O1, under direc tion of the following duly elected offi rcrs 1 Wm. Hillehrand, president; II. 0, II. Holdsworth, vice-president ; Morons Stapcnhor...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 December 1883

li It vSATUKDAY PKISfcSS A Newspaper PubNthed Weklf lUiintwRimm. $5,001 HiiUi ihtnif F orritf n enhsrrlptions 16 jo to t; $t Krrmtnnt to Ihelr uVslntinn. .SATURDAY. DECEMBER I, 1M1 : rum: i.niron t.ut. Were it not for the fearful conc innce attending the large incrcnw in tliecoriiiimptlon of liijuor, arcordm,; to recent rmtoin house statntirs, and the ihiljr evidences wc lnve before in of the rapid groulli of rirunkennew amongst the native population, it would lie attuning to uncle through trie Adver tiier'i effort;, in several miles last week, to prove that there u no more liquor Used by Hauaiiann now than there vv.1. lx.forc the restriction, upon its sale were removed Figures showing the iiirrcane of population are brought for ward to prove, if possible, that the in crease in the consumption of liquor has been anions foreigners' Wo will not quarrel with them now on this point. but we do take exreptions to what we have daily evidences of as to the rapidity with which the c bains of...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 December 1883

"Vu L r V T M W T4f- 3& -iP SATURDAY SUPPLEMENT. ,&'.J 4. T" -4 - .. .,M. ... ..... rtonomiu, Hawaiian Island: Saturday, December s, 188v No. 15 PRESS sit if I J if- i i- i ' ; &MSZ, rm MeVKiir v -mmi m UK M I " ' h L ThHL- "Vrmimitti due to 1 & m;' m 1 IKr " -Xl & ' iyiiP I K I r ,1 not a i. r.iu:. t If in rtmhlii'l It.ll.r llltlirrlirrml. of Macaroni got up one morning the cilj-e of lU lel. I clninlietl.iin stood Iwforc liim, and la p I hi? lncUnEi, ftnc of which liail n I I lie heel. king was artfully lurncil so that the lr, I not lie visible to hi majesty's eyes, ! llic kiiifj Rcncrnlly iliiln'l mind a in, iV lioi king ru long m he had pretty Loots, on ever, the hole nltracledhimlten- Nfictl, he tore Hie Mockingoutofthe prlam's grasp, and (Miking hit fore gh the hole as far down as the rcmarkeil, with n nigh, " What is foj In: thr ting n king, if I have no ouccn ? Nd )on say If I should marry? " si Is snlilinie, your mijtjr," the erlain said, humbly. lyou thi...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 December 1883

.&c. A m y rww - ni Ak. K.I 11.11. lOI'I'.S.I, I l.rtlnut nf yiniiml '! la is a nrntcclint! mmr of Ine fniHiniain t . .lie lrk .,f Mno Vallrw. It I, i,e lid, Ix-tween Klnwltt)ii and l.uaalaeri, and n.nnjni; Imcls In ami aliuse W.-ilalekna, " Th w..kr of die f,l." Aksjihn was united In i ariiae;. in Nfilchiuakimka, mill represented i -.me Ivliuii Iruushe on llie very )row ,, 1 H. pur or ritlt-e. 7,e). had two children, 'wi. K ihauknni a W and Kaualstiahine a ill Til children were aIoKeil at birth ,y . i. .icf ami chltfeM who were brother ami r an.l minim of Aleaaka. The lirother K ,.v in look chartfe of the Imy Kabauhanl. a yr. .nvm fur llie Mawn. vsln.l; ami the sis I r I .tnlukala taklne? the t-irl Kauakiralifnc, llie f nious Manoa rain. When the children v.. re jjr .wn up, (lie foster parents ilctcrtnlneil Hi l Ihcy should he united, and the children ha.inuhccn brought up separately and In ig. iiorjn t of (heir relationship, made no olijcc Iiun They wcie accordingly married an...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 December 1883

Mhfstttvtt zjaKSr .a K U Bi m f IA !f ' Hi f! Cs, A'L'IJRDAY PR I2S. Publication office Is at 6 Kaahumanu street j Ed Itorlal roomi at it Fort treet Snbscrlbers and Advertisers will please address, THOS. O. THRUM, Pnblltlier and Proprietor. All matter for the Saturday Preai ahould tie addressed to the SATURDAY PRESS.' Notice ol any events of Interest trantplrln on the other Itlands will always be thankfully received for publication, Correspondents are requested to append their true names to all communication, not for publication necessarily, bnt aa a gnarantre tbit the writer It acting In good faith. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, rMj LOCAL ITEMS JuiM street i called "Mudd strccl" h) It residents. Now, Mr. Kapcna, Ret out our innne) litigs the MiriKxn Is (lite Judljf and Mm. McCully returned by (lie Sydney. 'Ihey vvcre liolli welcome and wel comed, " AtiMialran mcri imU of an after glow vitilile at Sydney, Western Amtrnli-t, and Miuntuis. ' The Mission Children's Society will mce lo niidif a...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 8 December 1883

SATUKDAY rjKI5SS. .ilciu bbcrtbemento. T-'RUSSESI TRUSSES I General WertfdcmcnlQ. 6cnchd bbcrliBcmcnto. ft iw v DECEMBKR t, iit .n urn nits sr.t: v.h I Inmir Itiitt-iillttti'a I'lrit ttnitrrmlnH of llmtnltilti The mmi Milling tiling in connection llh llie Kjcinl life of Hrtnohilu (anil the HaualUn JsUml In general) It the imnncr In vvhicti if I may u tho opieMinn without Ircing nrxler tiKl In vIT the "sheep" are sortril out from llie "ffiiK" W'c were told that the "nrwionary" clement as ttnng here, Imt we neei cupctteil wlut wr'numl In lie the can?. A few ieo1e imbilie heie, Irut ereiy f)at rrnts 15 cents (li) Hint -wlielhor II1.1I Iras any thing to do with it or no- the areragc man, woman or ehlfcl ahtiildri a he or h I the iliiof of one of lliose luteil tlens-llte wltion (in I'airamatta lingo, lire "pal.") There Wng no play limnn (nor "show" of any kind), "church" It indulged in to n great ricnt by heterirgenemu crouilt. Prayer mciting nrnl gospel lcmKiance metllng are frequented ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 15 December 1883

..; 'BiSIRPioft) Press. t Vw m & trt w-v m a5i . a. ;i t VoLUMIi IV, NUMHISR I5. jvxtivi: ix Tin: iivt-distiihts. Ihr I'linny Ailrrntnrrs of a Honolulu tMiryer. Havifig occation not long since to attend one of our district courts, I was much impressed with the proceedings and think that a hrief description of the manner and form of the justice there administered may be of interest, cum though it he a dry subject, The blind goddess was represented by a native Hawaiian of the liliu type, i. e, one of the light skinned, fair haircd kind, or vih.it may be culled a Kanaka blonde. His dimensions, in round nuinlers, were about 5 feet 3, by 3 feet 5. He had no neck, but in Ik u thereof a succession of folds, which extended well up into his kick liair or, rather, where his back hair ought to have been, for it was cropped so close that sccnyngly nothing short of a search warrant or a special act of providence would find or ever induce it to grow again. His face was smooth shaven with the ...

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