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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY, NOVEMBER - The Hawaiian Star. I't'lll.lSHKU KVKRY AFTKRNOON SCUt SVNDAV 11V THE HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSPAI' KR ASSOCIATION. LMc WAl.TKU ii SMITH, ( HAS. W. DAY, inclines'. MHtiitwi'r MONIJAY. NOV EM HER 1H. IHir.l. VOX POPULI. Members of the Government who hail thought that the demand for the removal of Rovalist office-hold ers was wholly made by a radical element in the Annexation Club, are said to have been astounded when Messrs. Thurston, Alexander, Oleson and Armstrong repeated it from Washington. They had not looked for so drastic a deliverance from so conservative a source. But marked as their astonishment may have been, it must be great er now that the very body upon whose responsible, cautious and prudent character the Govern ment relies for wise support has taken up the removal question just as the Annexation Club did and voiced the demand for a change in plain and strong terms. That is to say, the Citizens' Reserve has be gun to speak in the form of re...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 November 1893

8 WISE OSCAR WILDE. YET HE WAS EASILY BUNKOED BY "HUNGRY JOE." Now the Kx-Apotlo nf Tlilngii litter and AIV.Tt.Ml In to A gnlfi Vl.lt I'x-He Will Stmty Orlnln Fornix of . i.t. . I Tli Mot Hi mi. .1,1 I nll.li Drammlil. fSpwiftl Corre8otiilence. New Your. Oct. 18. When Oncar Wilde romes to this country, there Is one visit which he mny par ton prison whom he will surely find in wlien he rails, and thnt Is to the Individual to whose picture in that celelirated nailery of pictures pos srsscd bar Superintendent Byrnes of New York Is attached the name of "Hungry Joe." This individual, since Oscar Wilde's unique experience with liim, has gently interested the brilliant apostle of the lily, and since his return to England from this country Mr. Wilde has said that "Hungry OSCAB mt.DK. Joe" is worth t he most careful study, nnd on the whole is one of tin; most interesting persous, if not the most charmiug, that he ever met. "You are able to make a fortune honest ly," said Superintendent Uyrne...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 November 1893

T . . , i -v. THE HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1893. FOX R NOItLK TEXANS. THE LONE STAR MARTYRS, AUSTIN, TRAVIS, BOWIE AND FANNIN. Vumiif utln, Mm- Nnln of a Rtntet ffeftfli DafeHdlAf the Alamo; llnwlft, the 1 1 Ilonlrrrr, Srlllng HU ft If- Iear- ft iiimI Kalinin, ffit ttollml Hern. l oiiyilglit. 1XV0, liy Aimrhsn PftftM Aftftnria lloli, Bouk riftjhli r"i'rvpd. , K X A S had but few iMkdMI for flie might ali'irkaUof ( 111 liHg l splendid 0 ' fn m 0 II v I lilt ll out of avvildernesft of v l and barlmrians, but to every one of that few could fitly have been applied the terse eulogy J ;JV. j-. Napoleon bestow . t ed 11 p on N e y, "That ii' in in a i 1 1 1 on." Just as Sam Houston wpiiaMitatl the iron hand of far, K Stephen i-'ulliT Austin, although at tin- time Only on the threshold of manhood, was tlie patriarchal founder of a nation. Vh 11 NfoftM Austin, the original projector of the Anglo-American colony in Mexican territory, died in Ml, his son Stephen, who was till in the ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 November 1893

6 TURN THE RASCALS OCT. THE DEMAND IS BECOMING GENERAL. Ttti OltlfMM' Henarve nml Anierlemi LMfM Ailopl till' Aniietliin tjHTb'l Pollry of llrinnvMl. The AiiiH-xiition party ia beginning to form III lint" for . roneertetl effort to riil the rivil service of the Government of itH Royalist lncumlients. Fooling W khi tubject lins hoOOIXM very deep in t lie ranks of the (tovern mont lUppOften ImiHi (Conservative ami rinlicsl as is shown liy thl passa(?e of strong resolutions hy the Annexation Chili, the OttiMUl' Resnrve ami the American League. These resolutions were arhipteil at the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Annexation Clttb held last Saturday evening: W'heivtis, The Annexation Club of the Hawaiian Islands, imliued with loyalty to the cause for which it was estahlished anil in full sympathy with the fundamental aims and purposes of the Government which the armed service of its member! ordained and Irjtl ittltod, hereby, Hisnlre, That the time has come to develop a more ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 November 1893

6 THE HAWAIIAN TAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, U95. HAItei.l HAVKtl Minx THK. SHAIll, free of the anchor and went off, A nnniiiinamant waking a great commotion, and I AnnUUULtJlTltSIU. I nl III, HjrlterlOVI stni Ak'iii'v Wn in 1 in Rnttoai of 1 he v were lisliini; in Appalachee iin , oil tfafl south COMal of Florida just off the town of St. Marks. Then were five of ns in the hoat four men and : boy fourteen years of ge, named Harry Rogers. His mother was a widow, and they were stopping with friends in the town. They were, if 1 remember right, limn Nashville. We bad caught ii number of small fish, when School of sharks sud denly appeared to spoil all further spurt Every one of our hooks was bitten off inside of a minute, ind the sharks showed themselves all around the boat, Big and little, there were a dozen of them skim ming about, and the boss of the school was a monster about fifteen feet luii''. He was of the man rating species and not a bit afraid ol un. Indeed, we had cause to lie af...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. PVButHra HI m AVTKHKOON 1 1 ii i i MFW ( K VI s A MOM II in ADVAftC. KXCRl'T SUNDAY. VOL. . HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14. 1893. SIX PAGES. NO. 197. OFFICIAL IMiKlTORY PROVISIONAL UOVKHNMKST OK TIIK HAWAIIAN ISI.AMIS. KXBI ITIVK OOOSClIa S. B, Dole, I'runiavnt of iht Prol?lonl ov- erntnent of the llawallBii IhIbi.iIs, inwl Minister ol FoWlgB AITalrn. 1. A. King, Mi4tr of th Interior. s. M. DamOn, MTiater of Finance. V. O. Smith, AUomey-ilonernl. ADVISORY COVKOUm K. M. Hatch. Vice-President of the Prorle lonal tjoverumcnt of the Hawaiian Island". OmII Brown, K. D. 'lenny, John Nott, 0, Holtc, K. W. RlcChenney. W. fc Allen, J eme. I'. Morgan. Henry Watrrhoiisr. M.tttbr, A. Youim, J. P. Mendonea. W. ( . Wilder. John Kniiiieluth. 0, T. Roger, Secretary Kxccutlve and Ad- iBor OonnoHs, Si em ir. tjui'irr. Hen. A. K. .ludd, Chief Justice. lion. TS. F. BlokertOO, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. K. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, C...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 November 1893

THfc HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY, NOM.Mlififi 4, 893. THE Hawaiian STAR, PUBLtflHM) EVERT AFTERNOON K.XCKI'T St' Nil A V HY THE HAWAIIAN STAIl SEWSI'AI' HI Association. LMi WAI.TK.H 11 SM I I'll 1 HAS. V HAY, MiijiiiIhk ttdltof, BnlnM Manager- SUBSCRIPTI'IN R I 1- ('it Year In Advance, -Ptr Month In Advance. Korean, per Yenr In Advance. ADVKRTISINd KATES! ',.00 M II no RtatM Ibr trwuitnl and rgulMradvrtlatng Mf WUIUUIU III i ur I'll"' l,n, , xiutimi Tttepbom Nmntott :uo. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1898. TIME FOR A RESPONSE It is now over ten months since the Provisional (Government of the Hawaiian Islands asked the Ameri can Government a fair question, and yet there has been no answer. For nearly a year and for no ob vious cause the people of these Islands have been kept in a state of suspense which has been and is yet detrimental to business and im migration. What our authorities wanted to know was whether the United States would or would not accept the Hawaiian group as a gift and bring it i...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1893. . COL DAW CROCKETT. THE ROVING HERO AND HUNTER OF TENNESSEE AND TEXAS. A Hoy HmmnK.v, Dutiful Nil Kmiian tlo Lover, Oaring lOMIWi M llonml Legislator, llolil PhiOMf and MM He roic I. ant .Martyr ol the Alamo. ( o rlglit, IHH3, tiy Ami rii an Press Associa tlou. book right" reserved. 1 N ENGLISH ship captain, whose craft wrh nilliiiK mill dipping inn notoriously nt the Bnltininre docks one fine spring day in the year 1P00, noticed a roughly drawNM hid from . the hack woods j idling A boot and j fifti , stai'ing hig-eyed at bftfboT. The place of cabin hoy wss -vacanton t he ship. mid lie nked I he clever looking ; stranger, who had Jtist entered his teens, if he would like a trip to London. The buy admitted that he didn't know where London was, but snp- posed it a part of the great world unknown to him. and said that anyway he would jump at the chance of swapping conditions with fate. His wealth consisted of an extra suit of clothes and t-...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 November 1893

rr THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1893. DEALING IN STOCKS. I HENRY CLEWS DISCUSSES THE FAS- CINATIONS OF CHANCE. A Well Known Wall Street Ilroker De fend HU I'ri.reMlun- -The Prey of Myr 1...I Teek of WMM Miseries 1 ealth ami Went, ISpecial ( 'urrespoiidence.l New Your, Oct. 10. Life in modern so ciety would be deprived of much of its charm if men were to desist from attempt ing to solve those problems of the future whose elements are so indeterminate that absolute solutions as to prevision are im possible. The fascinations of chance are a proverb. They never pall upon their devotees. Hut all games of mingled chance and skill are perennially new and attractive, and In pro portion as their results increase In impor tant their grasp upon human interests liecomes stronger. A great game was fought out at WtWiOO, but hardly less exciting was the game of finance that im mediately ensued, in which the public funds of England and France were the counters and the RothaoMlda the cont...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 November 1893

THEJ HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1893. REVEREND DR. BECKWITH WM.I. KI-sMiN ntf Ills I'ASTOIIATl: HIIOKTI.Y. Tin. Central Inlon hiiicli IIiik OrOwB Tort Larue MM -He Wishes to lio to Jlkwip. A epecial meeting of the Standing Committee of the Central Union Church was held last night at the request of Rev. Dr. Heckwith. To the committee lie reverend gentleman said that he had received a unanimous rail to the pastorate of the church at Makawao, Maui, where many of his old friends and scholars and hrother for whom he had a great affection resided, and fur ther, that he had about concluded to accept the call. "There are many rea sons," Dr. Iteckwith said, 'in addition to personal ones why I should sever my connection with the Central Union Church. I realize that I am getting old. and that however w illing the spirit may be the flesh is weak. The Central Union Church has become entirely too big for a man of my years, ami I feel I hat I have not the strength to carry on the nrtive a...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 November 1893

rHB HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1893. Ill M- or INTKHKST Nearly 3,000,000 needles are in j use every day Infantry tactics were originated! by the Athenians In 1532 books on geometry and, astronomy were destroyed in Eng land as savoring of magic. The Norwegian Medical Congress will hold its meetings on a yacht cruising in the regions that the midnight sun shines upon. " The Star spangled Banner" is' an adaptation of "Anacrcon in Heaven," composed by Or, Sam uel Arnold of England in 1770. The Dyak head hunting has a religious origin. The Dyak be- 1 lieves that every person he kills in I this world will be his slave in the next. The principality of Rat.eburg celebrates a queer anniversary this year, the twenty-fifth anniversary of the want of a quorum in its rep resentative assembly. The bending of iron piping and liars of any section without kink ing or flattening them is now claimed to be accomplished by a recently invented machine. Down to the present century a part of the ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. tnm nm nm month I I H I l-ll I n K.VK.KV AKTKBNIIOK K$CKIT SlINDAV. IN A lit ANCE. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15. 1893. SIX PAGES. NO. 198. VOL. . OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ihovisionai. aOVMMMSMT Of thk HAWAIIAN IHI.AN11N. uaotmva oonnotii. S. B. Dole, President 11! the l'rotvsional Hov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. KliiK, Minister of the Interior. 3. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-Ueneral. Advihohy COUMBIa K. M. Hatch, Vlee-Iroldent of the Provis ional Hovernment of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil lirown, E. D. TennJ, John Nott, Bolte, F. W. McChesney. W. F. Allen, .laiqes F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Kd. Slihr, A. Younfr, .1. I". Mendonca, W. C. Wilder, John F.iumeluth. ('. T. Rogers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Si'premk Court. Hen. A F. ,ludd. Chief .lustice. Hon. R. F. Hickertou, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. B. Frear, Hecond Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Ch...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15. 1893 THE Hawaiian 81 ML I't'BLtftltED RVKH1 i h:umo KXCKPf M. i. v t Mil HAWAIIAN sTu NHWmPAP I I! (THIS I, lit. WAl.Tfell U, SMITH, HAS. W HAY. AuMMtflnu Kultof, BtlllflflH Maiuwcr- SI leu RIPTlliS H ATFi: IVr Year ill Advance, - . Hi.OO I't-r- Month In .tlvaiicc. .- JO Amigii, pw veal in Aiivuiuv. w.n WEDNESDAY, NOV KM HER 15, IS98. ROYALIST STRATEGY It appears to us that there is ranch method In the madness of the Royahsl faction over a return of the ex-Queen to power at the hands "i the American Government, in ipite ul the fact thai the United States have recognized the Provis ional regime and assured it of their friendship; in the face of all the tenets of international dealing: in the teeth of the historic American policy towards the interests in these Islands of citizens of the United' Stales; in full knowledge of the troth that President Cleveland has given the Royalists no sign of ap; proval, we still hear the parrot-note of exultati...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1893. i r ONE COUNTRY CUSTOM HOW SYMPATHY WELLS UP WHEN DEATH'S SHADOW DESCENDS. The I'nlreraal nml SMiitnon Condo lence Hint In failed Into Ileitis; by Dentil In Ihc lnliilly A IMMl C'ere H) In Hie Him- Harvest Time. lie dinl in the morning-died in the farnihouw where he Ml liorn in the quiet, peaceful neighborhood in which he had grown almost to manhood, where for miles around the farmers and their fam--"-tlles knew him or his parents. Before the sun set that warm summer day everybody knew that. Thomas Haker's son James was dead, and that the funeral would occur two days later at, 2 o'clock p. m. How did everybody know it? The clerk in the store at the Corners told it to such farmers, their wives, sons and daughters as came trade, and they passed the word along. no one was visible in the fields, they called 111 front of each house they passed until the door opened. If t he caller was the farmer or one of his sons, the message of death was ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1893. CHASED BY A TORNADO A LOCOMOTIVE'S TERRIBLE RACE WITH A BLACK TERROR. All Knirlni'i-r'N lllMlMM Willi n "Twliit er" Tln Klri'iiiaii linen lint Wai flp ltlml Tlicm nml Sliiiulril, ' M il., the Bi'lul!" Tin' BaifM Hrnkc Rm Itecnrd. Henry Wcthcrell, mi engineer on the Jersey Central rnllrond, told h reporter his experience with m tornado in KltniBf ami until that If fcnr always tiirtuil n man's liair wli it his locks OUjtflt to In' liki' snow. It happened this way; It wns some time In .Inly. The weather had bwn pretty hot, Biiil it was just the sort of a day for lirwd lug a tornado. T was working on none horse railroad In southern Kansas. Thu superintendent win d BM to fetch tny en Kine a distance of aliout TO miles to a place called I'ctersiown. Well. I got fuel and water nlmnrd nil quickly as ;iosslhle and started for I'cters town, taking it rather iaily, bMMM the truck wasn't in condition to stand flat run- . ning well. It was an hour ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15. 1893 ASHFORffS BARD FACTS. WHAT NK WHUTK Klt HI.OI'NT'fl iti-roitT. 4 MuttH ol Ikt :.iuarcli Wlii.h MM I . !. ef HhorII fcltcolil Hi-mlml TIlHlllHl't P tt. Bj reqttMl the Star rtpubllthet Hit Uhrontdi 1 tearl ol Colonel Aehfofd't able contribution1 to Mr. Mount's report n document which n Royalist paper recently s;iid Iflid " XOUCf kted the iiiwii and iIih monarchy." ITosOl.ut.r, April 9. Your corre vpoiidcnt has secured a copy of the text of ii tSOfet report upon Hawaiian poll tics Blade, to Commissioner Mount at his request by Colonel Volney V. Ash for.l. Ooloflt Ashford has lately re turned (o Hawaii from the United Htfitel, whither he was banished several nlOtlthfl ago by the tiieen's (lovern nieiit. anil is now leading the Statehood movement. Htt It a Canadian by hirth and has nerved in I he Aineriean and Critish armies. He organized the Ha waiian KinVs. whieh whs the backbone of the revolution of IHH?, and has been prominent in polities...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 November 1893

Mil. HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1893. IN A TRAPPIST MONASTERY. The Solemn Chanting nf the Matin In the Dim Gray of Dawn. A postulant fetched nip and led mi through a labyrinth of passages to the church. Although the building wax al most in darkness, I could see that it wns in the pointed style, and that II was marked by a cold elegance befitting Its special pur pose. The nave waa divided near the mid dle by a gothic screen of wood artistically carved, nlllmugh the ornamental motive had Ix-en kept in subjection. The half that adjoined the sanctuary was somewhat higher than the other, and here the Trap ptst fathers had their stalls the brothers' tails were in the lower part. I was led to a place below the screen. The office had already commenced. The monotonous plain chant by deep toned voices had reached me in the corridors. Perhaps It was half an hour later wheu the chanting ceased. The lamps were darkened In the stalls abOTt the screen in the lower part there was but on...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. Pri?MHFi I l- ll US ! i n n i - i iiint it I Kill A I Tli II NOON I t I'T St'NIM V. in kOVAXCt. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: THURSDAY HVENING, NOVEMBER i6, 1893. SIX PAGES Vol. I. NO. 190. 1 1 DIRECTORY l'ISO IKIONAI. IIOVKKMMKNT OK THK H OVA II AN ISI.ANIIS. KXflntTTtVK I Hid NCI Cm I!. IhiIp, PfwMenl ol the I'riihiliinel Bov nrnraenl of the Hawaiian Inland, MM Mlnlaterof Iforettti Affair. 1, A. Kiiiu, Minister of the Interior. S. M Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-Heneral. AnVIBOHY f'OUMII.. t, M, Hatch, Vloe-I'rosloVnt of the Frovln ionalUoverninmitiif the Hawaiian ulaniln (Moil STOWS, K. D. Tenny, John Nott, 0. Bolte, ft w. McCheener, W. ft Allen, lames ft Morgitl. Henry Waterlionae, Kd.Bobr, A. Yon tie, J, P. Meniloni a. W. ( . Wilder. .I0I111 Kmnieluth. I . T. Rogers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. BVMMUU ('iiIiht. lion. A. r'. .luild, ( hlef .IllHtiOe. Hon. K. ft Hlckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. I. Frear, Second Assoc...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1893. Till. HAWAIIAN STI IBMfeD kVKRV apikkncon ( xchrr tonow HAWAIIAN SIAk NfcWWAI KM ASSOC I A I ION Ltd 1 1 kunastnu. MHni BWIlIMM Mjtnny-'t. I'HAA, W. TAY. AllVh III HIS., II X I ifniH ttn UnnMii1 mid regulai sdveftlsl m.iy be obtained .it tlM pubtloatfoa nflli ttttttiel Telephone Namber Baa THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, ISOH UNDER A PROTECTORATE (blister Willis de ares that he of 1 1 aw lii u ill llllli lllr-ll lev . proti Hi,' the p United Mali ( Sovern its pol him for It is in Hall have This will weeks to (loolarei engage CI mie. Home order therefore, for our people to possess themselves; with patience and give no heed to alarmist " rumors. For the time being, at least, the banner that lloats at the ,n viiMiui uwiu a nat:Mioi, 1 i u l : i t : .. . n also floats over the Hawaiian group and its inhabitants. DIVERSIFIED INDUSTRIES. The article about future indus tries in Hawaii, written by Com missioner Marsden, and printed elsewhere in these pa...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 November 1893

7 i Hit Hawaiian STAR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1893. IN SI HMARINE ARMOR HOW DELVERS IN WATERS DEEP ARE EQUIPPED AND TENDED. How a Modern Suit. For llm lliver In eon StFUStSSl untl Wlml It C'ostn The Air I'lllitp Is Hie RfcSSt 'otly Necessity of the t)nttlt -Story of a PMrf AmMMIi BttbtMrltlS dlVhlg has been reduceil to such 1111 CMC) MiMIM tlmt there Is little Work under water that the expert diver cannot, do, and it. Is hardly more dangerouH than similar work on the surface. Minor Improvement are making in the snils constantly, but the greatest change within a few years has la-en iu the manner of attac hing the helmet. Hut you must, know llrst how submarine armor Is con structed before I can explain this to you. I on have the common not ion. I suppose, that if you lust have a diving suit you can do alt the diving you wish. That Is a very erroneous idea. The suit Is a small part of the necessary apparatus. For Instance, you can buy a diving suit for NO, of the Ix-st quality, but lief...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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