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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 November 1893

I HI. HAWAIIAN SIAK THURSDAY, N V KM BKR 16, 18m. NSW JfOM FAS II tONSi rrMmTMiNo new to look at in tfmHO MATERIALS. IH lJ.iMMftfis ml VimI, Mlli. CdtltM "it !,ri:w (in llfttfe.Un Vrlelj li It l Mb MP Won It Oiif Hi. Bmi i ,(! ':,;o iv Mn i!;i Wcwmt (towns, ..liitil'il., AU, l.jf l.ait rlcau Pivm AMMht I i. I 4.1(11 nit ewr VU kIm - on nowethlnji P!-i f ' ' 1 li i f I n h way 1 if iln" 111.1I1 1 1- ptitlii 1 i-vr jmU differing from the otli llii In uMitr, iklml tt hit nf textiles and gMgrl . HlHH 111 K but n few crude nm Mttta M il from, Wool. ilk, cotton and :u- in , : ut ii u.-i.r f liffor..iit oomMna- ftll V WATS FOR H 4 K INC. M WltST OnWNS. ora h BggoHng, it is so great and varied. Tn BSltOll and WOtJ mixtures are never m- Puyil g, and yttt they look almost as eeti iu; tiic all woift goods while on ths tmrii. Hut befoipthe garment Isfslrly ma- Tbiigina to sl( f its poor quality. The ill wool ilres;i roods range from 50 cents H ill per yard, The cotton ami wool tall fr0j(B 16 ce...

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. — 16 November 1893

V T" THE HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY NOVEMBER 16, itgy fHE PEACE TO BE KEPT. HAWAII IN I " i.r. stls imhiiii MOM, -I tsi Willis Jail's A hunt Bin Mission Hm tmetfcan Sailors Will Pei inM nn Vlolcnre. TllO report of the following iidcruew with I '. S. Minister Willis wns referred to him III its fcrsl written form. He re Vised it in a feW places ami then .'iiilhor ied the Star to print it as follows. It I herefui e stands in these columns as a record of the Minister's acknowledged views upon (he topics discussed: A representative of the'HTAlt called on Minister Willis at noon to-day in reference o the dispatch published in anothei column, which slates that President Cleveland was preparing a' message lo fJongrese advocating (he, restoration ol Royalty here. Inn the lliniater declined lo express any opin i. ai m in Itn troth or falsity. "Clan you nol an i bonze the HTARto say something Mr. Willis, which will allay the present excitement and ipiiet the numerous ronton ailoat?' "Yes, I believ...

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. — 16 November 1893

m THE HAWAIIAN STAR. THVRPDAV. NOVEMBER l6, l8$J, . TAKEH FOR THL MUKDEr.ER. I fnllM Ralph'! Efomw H p Dnniiaruiii sitintii.m. Otire, ivlten I Ml invf'utiKHtinu tlte Imr Tihlo mid even yet mysterious minder of i jmitiR n'u In a New JffMf village, I wan 1 Mktn for thf murderer iy bw relatives, wlmm I otilil not blame, for they were W uorfliit. WruURhl np to mi HRly pilclt anil uspieiousof even HtfttMTWM en M upni tbe mm Tiie girl hd ben buxonwMd prettv. himI vet It must hftTf In'fiin itflfagtl wbu slew lu r, the thought, for DOM wlio knew nil could Bud il in lilt htwt or in lii- natti re to attempt (o wtOH lier. In the course of a seareli of the in Ifcbborliood I viiiwi tbo-hotneof tMafllletcd fmll) molt IMIlVwiW ami "ii t lie last OOOMton wan Invlteif In to see tlie laxly. All 1 DOUld uot JndgtwWkt manner of fclrl slie luul tn M without seeitiK her, I went in. H?r three U9f np brothers weie theft, MM M I Mom dmMi the ooflln on returned to t he oorof the room, otoeed it m put bU back...

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. — 17 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN" STAR. r- I'l III.ISIIKK i MM a i tkhmion IMTI'T BVND v J J 111 I MM.l A MONIH j . ADVANCE. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1893. SIX PAGES. VOL. I. NO. 2 ex) OFFICIAL WftECTORY. I K..MS10N l. OOVKRNMKNT Otf THK HAWAIIAN ISfcAltD. K.KTTIVK "I NCI I.. H hole, PrMMkfAt .if the I'mlvsloattl HOV wmuent 01 the Hawaiian Inland. aM Minister ol Foreign Affairs. I A. King, Minister of Ihe interior, s. M. Demon, Mlnlitar o( Finance. W. O. Sinilli, Attorney -Uencral. Anvisonv DUUHCHI f M. RMOh, Vice-1'renlrtent of the Provis ional (iovernment of the Hawaiian Inland. ( veil mown. K. I). Tenny, .lohn Nott, 0. Bolte. F W. MoClwaney, W, F. Allen, ttmm C Morgan, Henri Watenoaaa, Ed.BUhr, A. Yotnuf. J. P. Memlonca, W. C. Wilder, .loliu Kminelntli. (., t. Rogers. Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. SlPllFME L'OUHT. Han A. F. .Tlldd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Hlckcrton, First Associate Justice. lion. V. E. Frear, weconrt Associate Justice. Henry Smith. Chi...

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. — 17 November 1893

'"sj THE HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1893 -r. r- Thk H, VWA1IAN rn.AR. rtim.isHbo kvkky ArfMNOOM fcXCKPT SUNDAY Hi 1111 Hawaiian star NaYWaPAP. I U AMOCIA1 ION, l.l.l u m.i RH UN ah. W, , mm n il. I A V . MHlintfltlM Edit! Bnslnns M iiuiut HUM H I l'TH' l( ls I'cr Year In .Vlvntiee. IVr Mi. nth 111 Ailviini . Kurelii. ptf Year In Ailviin-i 1 it.Oti MivK.11 rial no it ras: t in- fi- imnsieai tmii regular advertising mAj be nbUUiwd at Mm publication office. Mutual Telephone Number BM, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1898. rill VOICE OF AN AMERU'AN. I'll tin- agreeable phrases of the interview in yesterday's Stak we add to-day the text of the reply of tin- United States' Minister to the memorial of the American League. While Mr. Willis' remarks were cautious, as befitted a diplomat, they contained two statements which must give encouragement to those to whom the future of Ha waii as a civilized State is a cher ished and Christian object. We group these declarations together so that they ma...

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. — 17 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1803. DOINGS OF WHALKS. 6EA YARNS SPUN BY AN OLD EX WHALER OF SOUTH STREET. Milking MM WIiiiIp llffnri llitrinuitlng Thcni While Ttltty An- AllMp M Top uf tliu Wnli'i M IirIi" Very DMHWII tthM slft'i illMfl m- 1 1 11 1 ii it ii Mini. "That'll 1 1 1 bml reading I've had for many 11 Ioiik day, Hxclaimed tha bronMd Id ex-aeamau In liis dingy littlo "sail Ing office" In Bottth street, and bli bright hh twinkled, The reading that pi eased bin no was the Victoria dispatch giving mi account of the attach of an enoriuotu whale n tho aohooner Mermaid off the Japan coast. "Ton don't Know what Bleep mad in, do you? It's jolt the kind of mad that liig whale had mi him, mill the sumo kind of mad that any liifr wbalo is sure to get on him whea he has jnst had his dinner and is taking his after dinner nap. The whales of tile waters where this schooner Mermaid was cruising aro great sleepers. They turn over on their sides on top of the water and let the waves ...

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. — 17 November 1893

1 ML HAWAIIAN STAB FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1893. TO THE BELOVED Oh, h"l DmN Mlbtly Aft nrrny A 01011 1 th wind. bttWMIl volret, Mn l .il.kf with pBSalVi i -I writ tl LlM BHltN tlmi lalolim, Tliati tin. 11 nrt pNMMH tn my MtfVk Alj lltftfH f, life rvtUTM to tht In nil t In- pHiiwH (if Iter tnvath: Hu h inn k tu twtH the nreludf Tlml int nf u v niv.fUt Ami thin wiikPtM-i , ak tor rim. Kull. Nil it life In hidden pint M, Knr tn.'ii ai t mIcikt until uw. Kull. full ll thought in cntlloM Ipftcvt). Kali latny Ufa a RllMit mm l.li - tinmil all ibotM M itli Klttg i-iiiln .n o. TImmi url like itlVtHM all nnvY-il. Though wild word part iny HOW fnmi tint), Thotl m l like rilsMt uuperpteMtls A mm ift itiul u 1. 1) ..let j MvtWtWl Ollt footfall and f ho nsl. Moa drur MUM In a mt'll'iw lay. Tl rt InWOYUO with every nir. With tin e t hi Iliient trmpc da play. Aiii bmScImi nf tbw vurjru here fttafca little heaven thfOUgBOUl a day. I hi 1 U new anil Ollttxftfl shine tot Hie, Knr life'? fair nut wartl p...

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. — 17 November 1893

STAK 'PRIbAV i he Hawaiian NOVEMBER 17, 1893. t T WILLIS FOR THE FLAG llll RRMil IU AMKtUCAfl I. RAOl r. Rf Mm l)n RnthlnR FJerc to CmiflleJ unli ma AeReal Amerleae 'l tlllllll-'. Pha Star bus obtained, with much difficulty, 11 complete and authentic 1 1 1 of the remarks made by Minister Willis to a delegation of the American League which presented liim with a memorial some days ago. After afew .Muds of we loo tne to hit visiting countrymen, ho rnldi llentlemen I ion ardent American. I would like io sim' tin- ".tars and stripes waving, under proper conditions, not inly over the Pacific Islands, but out any other territory whleh would be lieneftctal to the United State. I have Mt) Instructions, blob I cannol divulge, Vou will understand this. Hut this mUeh I i'iiii say: That tin" policy of the United Slates is already formulati'd re garding those Islands, and that nothing which can be said or lone either here or there can nvail anything now. 1 do not come here as did Mr. Mount . I co...

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. — 17 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1893 AMATEUR ARTISTS. M. W, McCHESNEY SONS THE PE.R50N3 WHO WORK FOR PLEASURE AND NOTORIETY. Ttl It ilgn Df flip Aiioitur MHl How It In nv'tlnff tike Ynrioiia PvoftmlQM In 1tnliliil l Tr lag tfi I'urn I Iv- I11IC A trofMlltM View. 'Ih.' other dny a company of Americas KriiRtl Mfttcd at tin' cmKp tint Hllin rp- fectioti of Oi iiyan ohetM ami tho inw of ttta country uaMtd ItMlf by ditcvMi- , lug the MfiOM want nf patronage from wMoh American ai t is just DOW differ iiix. 1 1.11 ui," elM u young Mlntw of gwit talent, "that tha profeimonal art ist in tins cotintry is wuraauff tbs ever. TbafawMa time aona Ifl w so yours ago win 11 his prospects looked bright 1 ami hlautttlnok oheMrfrd. lint today ba atcs all hin titna and energy on it bolting, and avan his pot Uollara liava to Ko at a sacrifice." "Than are too many of ns." quoth one of hia baarara, "Tha supply ex nfils tin) daman d. ami wa ara limply ba) Ingi as in ot hat walks of Hfo for tha crime...

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. — 18 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN" STAR. 1-1 It 1.1 -ill KI l VI 1(V AI'TEBMMIN I XrKrT HI'ND.W. 1 1- gtatftl in i 1 1 v r . a Moll tii r IDTdUCft. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER VOL. I. "X. i8yv SIX., VaoHS. v OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. IKOVl-ilON Al. (illVKRNMKNT OF THK HAWAIIAN ISI.ANIIH. KgfttTtlTIVI 6oW0ll H. Dale, PMMdM of ihe Protvtloftftl 1V- I l Bt of the Hawaiian Island", ami Minister of foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior, s. M. llHinun, Minister of Finance. W, ). Smith, Attorney -General. Auvuwmr CoVMClb. ft M. llaleli, Vice-President of the l'rovts hmul (iovcrnment of the Hawaiian Inlands. Oaetl Hrown, E. D. Tenny, JohB Nott, ' Bolle, F. W. MeChesney. W. F. Allen, .lumen F. Morgan. Henry Waterhouse. K4.Behr, a. youim, .1. P. Mendonca, W. 0, Wilder, foha Bmmetnfbt c. T, Rogers, Secretary Executive and Ae vlsury Councils. , gUMMUtn Coukt. Han. A. F. .Indd, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. Hickerton, FirHt Associate Justice. Hun. W. EG. Frenr, Hecond Associate .lustl...

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. — 18 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 189., The II w u 1 w Star, rUBLIKMkO i-.vi.rv MfTkRNOOtl I XcM'l SIIN11AV I.. Illl HAWAIIAN SI AN NIWM'AI' tK ASSOCIATION. Ltd W.U.TKK 1 1 smith t n ah. w. hay. Mainiuritiu K,ll;,it Rnelneea M;tiiL','i m no, af prion i, rt rV, ,ur In A.tninee, il.'0 I'. r m.imiii in .ivnn,e. M K,rclmt. Hr Vr in Advance, hum SATURDAY. NOVEMBER IS. 1896, I Hfc INTERVIEW WITH WILLIS. Aiw-i an all dayefibrt to persuade ill, United States Minister to re pudiate Ins interview in the Stak, the Bnllttin succeeded in getting this card from Wrn u ... . , , ,' ... i . .1 I have hastily glanced at the , l llll manuscript which von which von have left. The interview in the STAR was submitted to me bUt 1 did not scrutinize it carefully. It contains several expressions which are mis-le'otino- due I nni sure nut to anv intention OH the part of the writer, Pin- short conversation which I had i itli 1 1 i 1 1 1 hoH nn rmlfHrtftl altrtiin eance whatever. When my GOV- eminent is...

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. — 18 November 1893

I'HE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1893. 3 THE MODEL FAMILY. AN OBJECT LESSON IN HOUSEKEEP ING AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. A I'mi-tlml Imposition nf ltf PofstMIIMeS .r -.() Income When ifnrilfiloetly Ks- i led n Y..rk Famished tlm Ivi- htblt, mill Miss Dali IHreeta it. Nfarrinye Is not 11 failure, and those . io lisvo bttberto believed Hint, ii wait can btvtf v(ilnr demon fit ration i. tbe oonttM iy paying visit to the J7ew Yotk worklng man's home al the World's fair, twill be found down In the southern part of the pound, near the Anthropological imiiil iiiK, nn.l will give a llberalMuMtion In the art of eheap living to nnj taasyold baoh lorwho imagines h "itinit afTiml toM married, beimeii providing stimulative in struct inn to many an uncertain young ooupli who oottnot see how they an going to manage on John's 10 a week. Theklea of bnildlng ihls model honM WM SugtNattfl by Professor Lucy Salmon of Vaaaar college, though her plan was for a houM suitable for the average well to do f...

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. — 18 November 1893

I UK HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY, NuVKMBKK IS, ifjg' IN A LONDON GALLERY WHFRE AMBITIOUS ART STUOF.NTS THRONG FOR STUDY. Mill Btlri Women IV tin l:i1' n Living by I n i I ii ! In- Witi It, t'f ltriti;il'(l ln Iff or 1 m - Ihc Nntlonnl CnUfry I Altitun una the t!wo0 AttrmllMff. I In I WO lays in 1 lie wiv k, ThUfOOJH ami Imiavs, it fci- In ohnttfed for ndfttlofiuu in tli JfOl IrtOOl ;.i!lt tv. TfofMg Rqiuliy, 1 cm- dn. Tbli d ies not nttnttttnfa tho ot tontV micv, htrt ohoogoo it1 charootot. tatetvl nf tin- usual throng of touHet nnd born thtitof, room of whom ntfoll in n bewilder h1 monnoi from dfcntnberto ohntntjef in t be int halhllnfci there i- ati atti'iMlrtiioi of men ami women who pmttier In groope bo1 fore tbo moil fomocu maeterpiecee, Moul of ibe women obOttOf Volttblj , and OotO ft' of the men will join in 000 VOfOOtiOD. Tbo visitor- for tin BIOOl poll ON painter. RtndootOi doolofi ot oonnolejcttAi Of OOUIHi tbOM painters nrv at t he gallery to OlokO OOptOO 01 pictures, hut what...

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. — 18 November 1893

HAWAIIAN 1AK SATURDAY NOVEMBER I 111 1 8. liSgy WILSON'S DISMAL UU FF. H I I MORK OA I r. Vfi SSI i i i tniii Ti Mi- ttMW-lilf ThUrf It? HI V.iiiii Mils I nlif Ken sll,,l In th 'Star." ,1 Chaitoe B, Wilson the knave who went with tiie quean In the Hawaiian deck of cards, caused the arrest ol the editor of tl' Bta ngain to-daj fot lilii'l. This he did i" prefer, c tu shooting hlra, ;i thing tii wardlj Tahlttan Had been threatening to do since Thursday, in the Mlnoni where In spends iii- time and presumably whai is left nf the money he nto1 under the monarchy. The editor wae notified at noon thai for sa wanted at the station. Accord be wrent there and was served with i he fuHuwIng warrant i i tu M lour! 'i Honolulu, lalnnd Of i lahu, Hawaiian Islands, ( 'OMI'I.AINT. Charles B. Wilson, being ftrsl duly worn, says: That Walter ;. Bmlthli uuiliy of libel in the Hit degree by print ing and nubUahinga certain article on titled "C, l!. Wilson's Had Break" In a newspaper published at Honolul...

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. — 18 November 1893

"Hi HAWAIIAN S I A R . BATURDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1893. AT THK TABERNACLE. PH. TALMAGE DISCOURSES ON PEU AND ITS LESSONS. in IftmtlRff Thaaia i r tfraCtttvti it a j Drawn 1 rum iii: i until r tin POM .f IV- ltl" of tin- V ml BlMXtKM . s. In ids M ttnoii al tlit Bronklyn 1 iiiii rii.n-ii-1 bin moral ug Ret, Dr. '. 1 iimairf iinunMitM. mi nrotifltnfl tlmm of tin living cities of today dm wd tfotn tbf tomb of ;i ih'Hil city oi 1 lip PHwi, Tin- Optfl rng h Mm, I l.y cornel Hint tHRAli, t?M Jotnvd by the votom of the mattltnHei Ann of tlir 1,'tril, nw.-iUi, itwaltt', I'm mi tli) Btftttgthi the Mttfatll hlutkc TbofMbJooi war "Poaipt II Mini Itn i.cs- mn " the text, I- ii.ih xxv, "J, "Tbotl bflflft marie of ti defended cit) a ruin." Himfa on 1 tit-11 tkdi r iK) mreeted Oft M we left. tle ml train at Naples, Italy What, 1 1 1 -1 range lllumlnal iottf it wan t lutt wrath oi in in f oenl ttrit Wmvttt. Olnnt onol an earl bqiinkf. Intoxicated titntinttti ot Italy I'm laa of many t m- t a unt ton. a ...

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. — 20 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. PUBLISH i h 1 1 mi i run .( KXCJCP1 si M in n i . i Musi ii IN 1 1 VI a- ONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER Jo, 1893. six PAGES SO. 202. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. HOI isms a 1. not 1 us ii 1 i 111 1 11 1 HAWAIIAN 1st mis. KXHI I TIVK CoI'M'll.. II Dole, I'r.'iiil.-nl nt III lrnt sl.innl MOV-1 ,., 4-lit if Hit' Hawaiian l-lalnls, aim Mlnlmnrol Foreign Affair. I. A. Kiln;. Mlulst. r i.i 1 Interim .-. M liiiiiniii. MtalxUrof Kim . W.o. Smiili. Attorney Oenepl. Anvtsnnv Cotmctn. T. Mi Hatch. Till! ItlSSldSal "t Ha' I'rovis- kmel Government of the Ba walls n Islands. Cecil Hniwn, K. I). Icnny. John Nutt. '. Mia, P, Wi M.-Uhcmiey. W. K. Allen. Jamss l Moraim. 1Imii Wiiierlunuie. Kit. iabfi A. Yuiiiik. !"': W.CWttfr, 1 '. T. Knurr, swtvlury K&etMtlve fttlfl A.i rtnofi Owuwllt, si mm Ocimtr. j Hen. A.F..Iudd,Cblef Justice. Hun. it. K. Btehertoa, PI rat Associate Jostles. Hon. W. K. Prear, Second Associate Justice. Hann smith. chief Olark. tad Wandenburg, Dep...

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. — 20 November 1893

ItoJ ,4. . - . - - HI; ii.U.VllvN M h -i 1 I N I ' A v MOViuMNhK ti i in Hawaiian Star, PUBLISHED KVKKY AKIKKNdON I XCI P I SUNDAY feV 1111 HAWAIIAN SIAK NbWM'A PkH association. Ltd. W AI.TK.lt O, KM n il. illAH. V. HAY. BCntuifltlnfl Editor. Bualnsss Mummer. nv KH i IB! mi ii i rs: .'lies (in- transient initl r.-uiihir mlvrrl llnur m.i i.- obtained nt I he publication utiles, Mutual Telephone Natnber B9$ Ki ll Tele phone I80i MONDAY, NOVEMBER 80, ISW. NOT TO BK COERCED. I'li admission of C. H. Wilson up Hi, Marshal that he IS trying, by mi tie; of arrests and bonds, lo . ii force 1 he Si' A u's silence about his i ana me lateyueen s record, is wnat inigni nave oeeti looked tor in tne man Bullying is his familiar recourse. We must sa to him, however, that be has failed to ap preciate the STAR if he thinks that it can In- swayed from a public duty by the prospect of arrest, the i oerdve whip or even by the threat to murder. The business of this journal include! the printing of reason...

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. — 20 November 1893

I INK HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY. NOVEMBER 20. I89.V 3 OUB m Et GOVERNORS MEN WHO PILOTED THEIR STATES IN THE WAR CRISIS. "I -iBl.' SIiiIch Mi 111 thf Hal. nun' of Powsr, and Loaders Like Mar. liiiii. Curttiii Anil ran umi Marfan Plaead Than in lha ttnlan Mas I' "pj rlnlii, IM0, ' American Prist Anorls. Hon. it uk 1 lyiitM reesrYtd.l .MOST t v o - t Minis of UN troopi of tin Union armies hall I from bIi uf ttia orthom itntaj, vi 1- .. ''X? 'I 1 -HI !. til.' drill ' . ,.,... 1 -ii ISM ....... Pour uf t ban satrt OVBt 'JO".!"! It It'll esohi Bach uf tin four atAtMhsd un til r anna m, n t iint'sji fares equal to tha number mastered tinder the Union banners mm nav and of the great battfaheldaotlSM :i. Maw Vork nnataredand pul Intotliefleld nearly 410,000; Pannarlvania, 88?,000 ( iliiu. 818,000 Illinois, 9&0,000! Indiana, Ip0,000; Massachu setts, 146,000, These tuagnlflcenl armies for whether tin' men sluotl in I lie ranks lit tha front with nnakata in their hands or were peacefully occupi...

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. — 20 November 1893

1 I Ml HAW AIIAN' STAR MONDAY, NOVEMBER to 1893. CRUEL PUNISHMENT. 6CENES IN CHARLES RtADt'S NOVEL WERE STRICTLV TRUE. Ttlt Author r "tt'l N wvr Ton t.ntr to Pfotttt' if -n Um iI Thrilling PflnlnhQwiitfl oi Pilau-it Hi.- Thai HMltj Tihin i'io III 1111 4HI I HfflUll hill icinli-r of Charles llnulr'aev it pop 11 la 1 iiitvcl, "Il 's NfVrr Too i Mcnil,'' luts nut bwn touch) il by th Ititetifterj thrill ing sti.rics of pHiOII lift contained In it and h it d?op sympatb) with the poof stiff tftffi whose ttrriMr feXptiiellCfl nre M ivMy told? No one, wi' would MMert The story rendu like a highly colored fiction, yet t v won l 1 1 it ! nbftolutely true. Very few people may ! aware that thni otlehmted book wu founded on th oruel ties practiced in the Birmthicbntn jail in the ypRr IMS Attd 1868, hull sd, the OTiB 1 nut of the eharmter of Kv.ms, the human itarian, still lives, and in fuel i- even now in tlif Mfelce ol the prtton am hortttea Ilu is Mr. William BfOWU, the chief warden of Winaon ...

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. — 20 November 1893

I MF I ( W .u si k Al- rvrrrrn'." ' "... . ... 1. 1 ' ARREST NUMBER THRKK. it ncci'Rfticn m i i ru i NOON. i i f i: K.mlif-' I, i Wt ".ll Ki Hi i iiml mii lint ( i"i i i ni III trresl tat ..i i n, n. Mltni - I il'i 1 iiri the Utah appeared BaMtrday afternoon, Charlea B, Wll pn, the em- hauler and Favorite of theextj n, concluded tn bring ins third action against tne editor ror criminal liliel. He and his lawyer got out s warrant and il mil, il of the Marshal that a heavy bond be retpiired -running up Into the thousands, The Marshal natur ally refused to be the Instrumenl of any such a malicious scheme and there were lint words alx mi It, 'Vou ill nil expert Mr, Smiili tu lenve the country, do you?" naked Marshal Hitchmck. "No." wiiil Wilson, "Then whal do you want such n big bond fur?" was the query, I want to make Smith stop writing those articles about me and the Queen,'' The Marshal again refused to fix n large bond, and the embesaler and his attorney lefl the station in rngo. "I...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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