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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 May 1884

r1 fo f ' it.. ) k K k rs' 1 i ! ( ) 1 ti . v h SATURDAY IM-sMvJSM Publication office li At a Merchant ilnn 8. t.ji,l room at toft 1'otl lrtt. 'nturrllisrl and Ailvfrtlser still please riiMr, TII03, O. THKUM, Pnbttah'r nd t'ropritlnt. Alt matter for the Satnrrfay I'r (limilil be .Mi-psft to the " SATURDAY PRR88." Notice o( any event of InterMt trniMTlrltitf on . 1 tlie other Islands will always be thankfully recti red fur imhilcMlotr. Colrnpoi tnt are retiutttterl fa append thir trne nsmes in all ctsmmnnkatliwt, ii. ji for publication nrceuailly, but M a guarantee that (he writer It acting In Rood faith. SAHMDAV, MAV , iris. LOtJAL items. I'.rv. V. T. l'lirhi.tn, rfWnlly arrival liy tin; Alameda, will preach lo-inflrrsw morning at the llclliel. Ihe AlAniBla liimtght itew llft Mr. C. I' llishnri, win-that twen ilang errrasl) flip is rcaivrrllljj roflly, Mi llteete nr! Ml Mcls returned y Ihe Al.imciln, Itnlh In Improved Iks till. It")!!! I.nllrs riftrfustl ibetr frtetMli at the Nmrami...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 24 May 1884

)T (f r it w Wi i. i I Iff H: I p 1 M . SATURDAY PRESS, SATURDAY .MAV14, it&) . ir riiitir.'), .Said the UrubtMejevI In Atlm Ai Ihey lay upon (he Utile, ' I should like to haveou tell mc, If wtcliance yon may I aWe, Why this flatter and tlita hiiWwlt, ThU wild iir .imortK our ketpm, 'Hut hi illMtrnriRdl o Milly, K'en (Mr heat and nmtmJett nfeepert?" Salt! the AiIm from Iwtween lih eoros, " Change l ttrely lirewins;, I.IVt experience in far countries, I llih day, have Iwtn re leirtg. Where the pride of ieople, rowetl them To litlr Ihilr filft and traces), Arwl erect from out the proceenJr, I (all loliln all Itttitrc nee. Here in Honolulu well skilled Imnrli, Have raised with hearty tabor htimly walls, that smm will rlrnl 'I'helr mffil courteous Christian nelghlior. And this rmlle and commotion lly oiir friend so bright and willing, Will mult, )oti may tie mire, In gathering many a shining ahMing To complete the spacious structure, lint awalta our transportation To its halls no ne...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 May 1884

-C"v 74; ar. Aiw . JL JtlJbjSS. t"i 1 u 1 n.., HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 31, 1884. VVnoui Numiier iq6. Vo MIMIC IV, Nu.MHKR 40. ,DAY r wLJK. ' ' I n. ,.,. r, rVs h? w '.i Honolulu Street, Road, and dvHlzatlun go tngethrr. tn a city, not onfy our tomforl Imt llie very fetj of rar lit dcptfld upon the character of tlif tlwriglifri. Al orie cmrcm of tWi snljtt msy I brought tn auemfrm the muro, crfeikril wiy of the average Turkish ell), with tntcnflta mretlriK nrerhrni), and at the oll)r ettfttTie the moilern western town of Amertcn, where the merjtei of dslHrttlAn lwt fVe rdoin, In plain language, to "go attettl." This article is to re fcr to the btcstrlth ami rllrceina rf our streets, iml not to trwit finish as regards in'rinf' and grading. Ilonolalu flrt came Into existence, seventy yenrs ago, as a vilUffc of craw hum, with a few trading housed along the beach, and foot paths leailing to the l.'nlo patches of the interior. It Is prduule tint the first street was through thr "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. — 31 May 1884

r I1 ' 1 r-. V Ui SATURDAY PRESS A Uewtpjpf r Published Weekly, IStlTO SUBSCRIPTION $5-o i Hit IS iDTiJCl. Foreien lukscrlptlont $4 (4 to $7 50, teeorainjc to lliir dmttion. null'" :",,'" SATURDAY MAY 31, 1K4 ca.I c nrnr.cn 1:1.1. Tlltnitlf lilt Conlrnelt Hit SlentntrtIIll Currtncy-ltti Jlrtnfc Hit Pnlltlet. " Hut vesterday and Oesar might have stood agtinst the world." One j car ago the writer was dis cussing Mr. Claus Spreckcls with a gentleman high in the community's con fitlence That gentleman said " It is Spreckcls' proud boast that there is no man on these islands who can say Claus Spreckels ever wronged him." Because we then believed that Mr. Spreckels purposed to deal justly and generously with these islands and their interests, this paper repeated the remark of the writer's friend - and put itself on record as a believer in that justice and gen erosity. Since that conversation, events in which Mr Spreckels has been con cerned have succeed each other in swift succession, tin...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 May 1884

SATURDAY PRESiS SUPPLEMENT Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, tvtav 31 1884 h V 11" r Krf .. 4 ..t p .. V i ' mecoKATioy DAT, Thr Mrmorlal Hrrrlrr al f ortArr( Ciwrf A toi flHdnyTf$e Jlnrch nntt Crremottlr ml (An Cemritry nn Frfrty ttfter iioon Thr Kxrrrtir in Mutl'nl Hull nn I'rlttnf -rrrifnr Again the (enderest holiday of (he greatest of the world's republics hns come and gone, and Honolulu is hcticr for the coming. To quote a felicitous line from Mrs. Dillingham's thoughtful K)cm of the day, " Ah, here It a slirinc lint Humanity li.ite." It is no presumption to claim for George W. I)e Long Fost of the G.A.R. n perennial pension of gratitude, that its action has roused from the dream less sleep of neglect (not surely selfish' ncss nor yet unkindncss) that most touching of emotional sentiments care for the habitations of our dead, Last year the work was well begun. This year it has I seen energetically carried on. Let us never allow it to fall into disuse. I.ast Saturday afterno...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 May 1884

SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT. v.; JM , H ifi ' K?m HONOLULU, i-I. I., IV1AV 31, 1SS4. df'.fS r, V, 'J jV m mm -! 1 4 nlf v &. 'I,. K1 "N,I if-. 4 '-..if 'V - w 4' V-. .-ti 'V , -f. .' 'L PUS til tut AltltJ .litrM. Tim Ii All was benulifully ckvorniixl Under charge of Mr. (icorge C. Straic mcycr. Comrade White's idea (if represent ing the stales lij little girls was admir ably carried out. 'I hetc were in the procession about one hundred carriages, besides a large number on hurse back and a great crowd on loot. Mrs. Dillingham's poem was a treat. The Tress thrice fortunate in obtain ing the manuscript presents it to its readers with pride. Mr. Henry V, Hebhard drove, four horses of the American lixpress Com pany in the triumphal car containing the little girls. The horses terccoered with blankets: two blue, two grey. The sword used in the decoration of Kort-Su church la,st Sunday, was worn by Comrade John Wright while a ser geant on the Union side in the battles of Winchester and Se...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 May 1884

Sfc ff M' t. . W RS E- J 0 SATURDAY PKRSS Publication office li at iS Merchant street t Ed. torlal roonii it io Fort treet. Subscribers and Adeertlters will pleate address, TIIOS, O. THRUM, Pubiliher and Proprietor. All milter for the Saturday I'ren ihould be addreited to the "SATURDAY PRESS " Notice of any eeentt of Interett transpiring on the other litandi will always be thankfully received for publication. Correspondent! are requetted to append their true namea to all communication!, not for publication necettarily, but ai a guarantee that the writer U actinic In coo J faith. SATURDAY, MAY ji, 1M4 LOCAL ITEMS Paul Murry, an old Indian of the Naragan elt Irllie, Iwin in the eastern part of the United Stale, April 5, 1785, ami therefore y years old, vvas baptised at the Queer's Ilos intal latt Sunday by Father Clement. He has lived upon these islands alioul ifiy yearn, most of the time at Walliinti Mr. K, J. Chapman hit on exhibition at Mr, T f. Thrum't Merch-inl street store a pho...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 May 1884

liv I J to Irr c b aATtJRDAY Publication office li at Merchant ttreet Ed. torlal room at io4 Fait Ireet. Stibtcrlberi anil Ade ettlieri will please addreit, TIIOS. O. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor. All matter for the Saturday I'rett should be addretted to the "SATURDAY PRHSS." Notice ol any eeentt of Interest transpiring; on the other Itlandt wilt alway be thankfully received for publication. Correspondent! are requested to append their true names to all communication!, not for publication necessarily, but at a guarantee that the writer U actinic In good faith. SATURDAY, PIl-OISS Many lmsinet men are finding fault, and , very justly o, liccause Chinamen all over tnc city, but especially on Nuti.mu street, arc al lowed to keep their men markets, fruit and Rroccry Jtnrr-i open allilay nn Sunday, re gariUe of the hw or the feeling of those who would olnerve Sunday a a tlty of rest. Heretofore, butcher and takers have, by general consent, kept open their place of liulnes until nlmitt ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 31 May 1884

Icr K i SATURDAY PRI2SS. SATURDAY. MAY 31, iS( Concludeil from first page M life wntV, lit in the example which he has et for other to follow sml In the heart of thormnds of ptipiU who mourn hit untimely taking off, many will hear with positive sorrow the annminecmcnt of the decease of him sshoe name honors the institution which receive so much of hit watchful ore We are unlikely to (inil at hanapulfeitriiriteJ twnelactor to fil the vacancy.gf 6oat diierclii to mutt lie admit teil, few men of meant are tearching for n glory lieyonI the ptesenf. To day the Odd Kcllows are havinc a rraml celebration, which, hylhe Kof Ooernnr Stoneman, hat been made a holitlay, to the tmial form i followed 1 those who hie In the country skip to the city anil the ton folk hie to the hilltanil country rldet. Orantinj; that we have few enough holiilayt, yet in appoint - ' fnj; one at the rerjumt of a went lodety it rtt.iMithlhjt a precedent the advlmhility of whicli may be, and it, seriously nursltoned. S...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 7 June 1884

Press. Sai f! . a. - N' -- U&lxOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 7. 1884. Whole Numher 197. Volume iv, NuMiircu 41, iu fv t 4 I i" It t IV ft ' Jl p .?. 1 1 1 1 r.' r Th, future I'lotnetf tf The Honolulu l.llir'irn. ')( lie SfitU aM ftln) The ideal pureiieil by tlicTrtutee of the Honolulu Library and Reading RoomMomakeofiUfrceublic lilir.iry. Hut fdr some time yet to rome. tlm will probably not be iwwble. When the protKl of the fair are turned over to the treaiury; whn the new build ing i finnhed and paid for, and the as sociation takw Kwesion of it, new and tominodiout home ftrrfrom Ml, the 1 urrint expctnes 01 ine iinuumon ami future additions to the library Mill remain to be provided for. I' or meeting these cp'criSM, the awodation has always depended mainly ujkjh the dues of members, suplemcntcd by an occasional benefit entertainment of some kind. In the absence of an endowment or any invested funds, our main dependence miiyt still be upon the same urceJr,ol' ifWnne. These neces...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 7 June 1884

SATURDAY PRESS A Newtpaper Publlibrd Weekly rHtVJ SCWEirtWJ $S- H " iMWE. Foreirn subeerrptwrrt $e je to $f 5. aeoMmnr. to theti destination. SATURDAY .JUNE 7, iS fo'r.' ftlfl ,M II . .I.V.i. .-a. - .. I he future ortlic Hawaiian race is not altogether hopeless. To In: sure, the dictum has gone forth "that sootier or later in tins century the closing catastrophe must come," antl the un thinking foreign resident and the im Tin: no.titn or iik.ii.tii itKinnr. tliouylu of such a change is contcmpla- ftcr one month of waiting, the legis-j ' laturc has at last been treated to a sight of what (to those who understand the president ot the board ol Health and the way sanitary measures have been handled by him) was expected would be an extraordinary document -" The Re port of the I'rcsidcnt of the Hoard of Health." The long delay attending its appearance led some to believe that the president, realizing his awkward posi tion, would not report at all ; others, that the unusual time was being ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 7 June 1884

I p K r, SATURDAY PRESS Publication oSce ll t l Merchant street Rd. toeUl rooms at t-4 Fott Itf l, S.hecrlbe ra and Aderrtlaer ltl pleas, a ddre 11, T1IOS, O, THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor. AU matter for the Saturday Pif'e ahould be addressed to tn STUDAY PRESS," Notice .( any ree.te of Utereet transpiring on Ik. ether Islands m always b thankfully tMrlff J for publication. Correspondent ire requested to app.ad their true names to All commnnlritlonf, oot for publication fieceaeartly, but at a guarantee tbat the writer li acting In good ftlth. SATURDAY, JUNE 7,114 LOCAL ITEMS. A letter supplementing last week's in tructlic article on Honolulu itrrrtt will Iw published neit week. The KInau will leire here cm Wednesday Instead of Tuesday neat, in order to allow via tor to attend the race. A Kauai corteaponJent write! i " You made a alight mistake in the numlier nf clatifieTa, It ahoulJ hue been I jdti instead of Ij6)f." The Frleod, the Planter' Month!, and the Hawaiian Monthly ate ou...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 7 June 1884

SATURDAY PRI3SS. SATURDAY. JUMR, ill (Concltnltrl from fine pr ) m? (If thh h n practical Idea Mr litlitor, ptaitc remember me in the roy lfy of jrour Mtent ') .soss A long strip of lwnc.li lies before m, smooth nd firm but not white, ai Mir Bird's grosvitig ' makes it, Ism sorry to r there is no white cowl in thh Jfitty floor, but only the ltttvcritcd lons of Ma mm Kt, lava rock in feet, worn by rssins ami vrava ml jfurkling liVe anthracite in the slMpr)'. To day the bench is unusually clear ofrtibbun, though the high tide marl shows a contmnuu. line of debris, and hen and there still remain a few piles of drift-wood, and tags- of course peb W at evidences of the great freshet in October. That was a storm that "irlipl ell add to the reputation of Hilo. alreidf somewhat famous for its water supply. Old residents said such a storm had not been known for forty year Dawn the mountain side poured the tumultuous torrents, filling escry edkh to ovcrnWimr and snecping out into the bay whol...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 14 June 1884

Press. Saturday tuiv V. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, J UNI- i,f 1884. - - Whom; Numiusk 198. Volume iv, Numiikk 42. I h m. Kll- K..I. Thomas GoUJ Appleton died in Dos ton the other day. He was one of the wittiest of modern Aristophanes n not wittier. It is well that the wittiest of modem Americans survives to wtite a brief biography; Oliver Wendell Holmes knew "1'om" Appleton at his best He might Iuivt written a volume about him Pethaps his short paper in the June Atlantic is all the more charming for its condensed wealth of tribute. 1 cannot resist quoting one passage "A little more than sixty jcars .ico, if one could have looVcd in at the garden or climbed up to the garret of .No,; walnut street, he might have seen three boys in mantles and tlouli- lets and other stage appurtenances en acting the scenes of some truculent melodrama. One of these boys was our vivacious and inventite friend, who must, I think, have been stage man ager and chief costumcr. The second was a boy of striki...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 14 June 1884

-lip SATUWDAY 1 Ms4 ICSS A Nmrifn PaMUbed Waawly ffttft euherrVfJltrm. , ht If., tftflWlKt tt M(tiirti SATURDAY JUNH m. i4 Hrti'r.v iw e.i rieis The ruWH OfUie lwrl of rrtitrj- trwl for lift llTBiWtal twins, in n ttont ifltiirt f ithipb Ifxit muni itiletrtt. "an far as (he lwiftor acnfml U iiMiii- torn In it nremirailon, H i worthy of Jarful rnmmeiMiatiori, uuomm h it prwenti a tullcr ami more niRgt-stire rsrvkw fsf the wtiwl work dune in the ctamh than ha Iswn i uMiirmuy I hr Itricf MMary pmll tlie rcirort nf owe of the tnimiiMl Hoot i an ail inimltle feature I'he prominent e Ciren t Inthntnal training in icvera! Ol the lading aelmcil. will prove a inr pit to man) who have ilenloicd the licence of thii fentttrf in mir liol sjyweni AirlrMlttne.rarjientcTiMg, print ing, (Minting, inaionry, tailoring, i on. iiK. rtntl MMening are nom of the Unwciie. of mcful prartlrnl kttow'ctlgp that are taught in liter Itlalicr at liool In thin. well n in the matter of advanced arade, intirh rcillt ...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 14 June 1884

i fcl ft r lfel r- It- & I Ii t if V1 Is 1,1 i I' ro ! SA'I r:K'l)A I'WI'.SvS I riitillrtlnni"ltt l Mri.Mnl lrt I'd t.nlal rwn at iA I'ntl 1 r ! HitlnnltiAii unit AiItmIIii will H"" athlrait, TIIOS (t TIIKUM, IMhtiahar arid 1'inrilatr.r, All nutUr ft lh Salnntaf I'ihi alimil.l ! a,t.ltat, Id h - SATUIlllAV I'tUtftM. MnllraAlattf tinli tiftntrirat tianaptrln mi th Mhar lalaniltwlltalwavt ImtlnnWitllr I'ffltut tot ttitiltfatln l'tttMWi.liita ara rafpiaitnl In aftpanil lhtr tftia iiamai In an ritmnmnteatlnita, hot fir iMkattin are iarll, hut hi a itarantr thai Ihf .ritr la arllrii In 004.1 lallh. SATUIlllAV, JUNK ti, it LOCAL ITI.M8 M ny ltt"t of tiwal tmemi it unavoidably rinwdrsl an, t. II. W, lnfnn, what trtamirl hy th Mariposa e uk up dfthl M tabon t Minn iir.in, will pr$th i tht 51 h I to motmw m tuiing, A rrlmlnl pBlm frt tlratlhfrt bwn n tried fnmt Mm?. J, I), SpiwUli and V, It win, batesl npnn th tf)tpfiJnlW fentib. hraiiim of hut wl, A Wwe titled, lit. Mi. Ofjlr of Chi- R"...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 14 June 1884

-1r r y 'i6HVfl'ig SATIIKDAY PWKSH, sATUHDAY. JUNIlM I'M fcnHri mini iom rimr fwt llirsc I1I.1111I1 -their phyMml, Industrial or nodal rlinMctcritilct As the au'neil pultliraiion orpn of thl mh lei)', ihf immllily -ahuIiI enter a field of uteiiiliicM lioe ouAiionM ol'smcti woultl lc tlir wHtlil In a degree, the HmvniiAn Monthly infgftt become what the publication of the Aitlr Swletlei of India and Japan hae been and are Not that iti iucfnlne need cmo at that. The Mlwlon Children Society hai many of the tiriuhtest tnlndi in the community among Iti mcmbcii The Mallr Wreath makes printe publicn lion monthly of rleer papers that are often worth presenilis Mr Kinney mte for the Made Wreath one of the moil logical nifnimcnrs In favor of pro hlhition I remember ever to have seen in print. It na republished in the I'rcsv Mr. Lorrm Thurston wrote for the Maile Wreath nn nicount of a trial before n Jinticc court at Walahia, or somewhere else on this island, that suggested otrs of humorous cha...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 21 June 1884

Saturday Press. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNK 21, 1884. WllO.-B NUMIIKK I99. Voi.UMI. IV, NUMIIKK 3. !H i y la '54 1 iv In li. ,tinie tftmrtrr- af l'tlra, "I'hcrc I1.14 been little or no c luingc in ihr. imtwmil nienriine of the HtKinWi miarti'r of Sun lmnri.in in the last llilttv year. Tin low lione. Imllt of (lumuu ml '"I' k o'"1 foliiniieii nflar llie tivtiilin( nrcliitci-mte of incut outlicin t'nliforrii.in nntl Mcitmii town, bear upon lliolr show windows the roiiuinlir iwniw of swarthy hoi keeper together with Hindi imiiiifiil lingo oitiiliifliiiK the vnriotin inmnioili litm tlint nte to he olitnincil within. Tlii! san nrc mn.ill nml crowded, and there in .tutmlly n iirilii Mock depo ited iipon the nnrrow sidewalk. In the window of the upper room, liiuti narrow windows that part in the mid die and iiwliig open from Hour to toil intf, (lower potn nml Rtcrn parrot rival in color, the cnora nnd nenorltai with gnlly emhroidcred shawls over their head leaning from Iron li.iltonic...

Publication Title: Saturday Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday press. — 21 June 1884

tSMrs WpPMWWW(WHP,'p IXA '' 9 jm I " fWMfWjri iiPW.iigiiniiWWifitM uiw ,-atiaB,Jttnw"PitJg'ftffrig uv Hi SATUKMAY I'KICSvS, '""' w""" ''' ' A Mnpr I'nMlttinl Wklf nitwit I'dtiiwii $500 nrtit n icuvr I- orflin "nh. f if km f-6 V tfl $J A ftimrtin ti lhi? itlmtlti SATURDAY jurirt .i,.m. iu.msi: or u nr. The Kfpiililic-nn put) id the United States linn ihtucw iels I lie miiu liutlou of Jitnics (Sillmpic lll.iine .i .1 ciiihcmIoii in the Amttitrtii etilimciit tit Aineriran politic., lll.iine l not an "riverine AmrfliJii. in the iciim' f inciiioirtt), lint Hi "cife to vty th.it tlteic lno i tliurouglil) rcpifscntntne Amcriun on llicionilncnt I'lieiour .itfc, the lirtiim, tlir enterprise, the urit tlul have iii.itle the )tiiiu',c.t of the f,re.il n.illcm. the peer of the tiltlest arc typified. eanu.u.itcl n.i exalted in "Walnr of Maine It was not in be expected ii.tt lll.iine could enter the pirsent ranvrts anil silence all opposition It has hern triumph for his populous .1 populir ity 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. — 21 June 1884

PRESS EMENT S.-iHird.'iy I M'uss Supplenieiit, Honolulu, Hn vn iini i Islands: SciLunlny, Junu 21, 1884. SATURDAY SUPPL I . V V I W 1 LH 1 ( "art vr pi I 1 m Ii.,' rv Ft. ut'fiurr in i in: ri.s.t.wimiw Mini:.. To Tnr HngnRtlil.). fliHiliir.i IIiioiii I'ruliltlit nf Hie .rglalaliv Aaai mlily Your (.'omiulllie I'll I'maiir ,rtrlfulli ruil thai tbry In- wmKlii faithfully '" lamina Into lh" art-onMa of tin' vaium. ilaptiluir-lita mill biinmua nf Hif (Intern Intnl. 'I'll iutl. limit have etitil"il niimul rare mill labor by leaeun nf lli con (nt., iti accnuhlt mill liaerjin I, In ton. iualanroe, and nf ptyiiKhla lr amue objrrla l.avlriif lam mad from .IIITnmil apptoprl- llama, ami finn, Hi" many liiiprnpT ill" hiirariueul. which have ihuiianded Itiw nutal I rfti,ieiei,l In .rfnriii Hi diltlet nf tltptlly ntkrd for in Ui'.k deptilinml, mid In view tinl their wat nndlllirully In "IiIkIiiIhk It"1 1 ,,( Hi im-raa.l luimn n( III lleii.lrtr met. r mii'li h i-l'ik m l IIm. liiniKri ,r r.nllt,, r...

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