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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 24 November 1893

.. . -m, 1 . . -J I 11. HE H HAWAIIAN 3IAK NHWil' 1 ' K ASSOCIAtlON LM ftlialncwi Man.- -I I.-" i I ) I It.N I n mrrtMRn ratio I...I,- hu I, all Kill mill It '. 1 1 1 : 1 1 :-l Veftlnlng . nil be (attained st I be ini.ii.;ii H1W 4utual i -i'i tin iin Number SB A, hull Th--passu i ' I'h.iri IM I I Ii i N - lull' I lit' Vln It.Ht lU'iipl' r,.... .1 e) i r ita) ri'iiit'iii'M i :t'i praise and , i...i.l-i-1 m,.- ll,t ilUini- coi'ilne--- ulnl milM . i rhfiMi ..! ih-in nine ihcir hrin- nach year 1 hi wpw i'"t:i i lit, a :i IMblUI e n i i i iih i iii - unj iMttrinv reived f n temptation utti ihi- lw nl of - oil ami lo the (rati I ieknowleflginnl of hit kimim--; , '.. '!'" uoivwj'toveiand.iwrniofth I Mil-1 -Tint's. 'Hi iiriviM mi rasgM i upaii rn'! runa v . 'in- miin ih oi iiw present rah November aa a das i thankwlvlng in. I pralsf lo be kepi "l obtefved by Ml pao- flMtd ietniitoiwoatordliwri work und emplnymentt nn m eBible In mir unia ulaneii "f ortnlp, irhefe ' imh recMI Ml I in,- Anns ...

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. — 24 November 1893

t ..... . S THAI Mi Oil For Restoration. REPORT QUOTED. siinVDX is a CLEVELAND IN BAD ODOR A Demand for His Prompt Impeach ment. e CREAT REPUBLICAN CAINS. liiimi'nso Revulsion Against the Democracy. W vsiiixuTiiS I). C Nov, Hi. In n repot i to i In President, dated I lotober is, niade public to-day. Secretary Green- am, after review ing the history of the Hawaiian revolution, declared thai the treaty should not again he sent to the Senate, lie says in hit dispatch to Mr, Foster, ol January In. describing the revolution, that "Mr. Stevens, tlie cimmitteeol public safety lm v mg taken possession of the Government buildings, archives and treasury, and installed the Provisional Government ai the head ol the respective departments promptly recognised the Provisional Government lis the iff facto government of the Ha waiian Islands." lu Secretary Foster's ommunicati f February loth, to the President, Inyinji before him the treaty ot annexation, with a view to obtaining I he ad ire and cons...

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. — 24 November 1893

ill V' 1 K RUAV NF.MMKU 1 M .i I u I C, PeaCGCk & I JOB N NOTT . Aim at the Drake 'III' I In '.It, I t I II hlfli. , tlw I licoliu'cr Utt WWU H Infill lit ilhd i ril- nan Mrd cammi (nil hi l InMrttiiigi Ttii' i in ii ninl Hi" i tnarj WW Hit" property mi iiniii il dealer ott the fM i 1. wlm ha Ions, ii.nl .i reputation rut ii- il v. 'I he rmiitn v is iiot.-d f.,r if. Aorrenese, n l n female lard abtml H Trftm qM wttii hri.'lif rellow ft ithrr tag, Tbs hmciM i quit" . in . -a i t h i t mi r ksjs, inn! weighs if mhi r mln il ii i 'Ut i Mnndu During ill" morning H was Both .i Hint lb" ( iiiivv w'tin'il iiim-ii.illv niv hh". Bhe paced up ami rtowtl bar Caaje InkgTMl rage, gnaehing lief teeth ami glaring at Hi'' POOf rat. t iwafd Whota il turned onl she had developed a Here an 'iintli The keener tenured tin- door nf the , . . as ii - thought, tiint ly , imt during a ( in v-in of tMnpcr Hi" oMMtry smashed the fastening ami WM I'nr. W hat a ill. incut' Tht unfortunate tomcat nrt ii ny o...

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. — 25 November 1893

MAWA11AJU ST A I I I'l Ixit1 li i Mil i 1 1 MMI I .1111 V , I II I , I I M t -Ins I II 1 . . HONOl,ULt 11 w ii.w ISLANDS SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER SIX I vol OFFICI l DIRECTORl tIIVltnN AI i.ni I iimii M l1 II V Vt I I X A vl. 1 Mis K i I ii i: i i, I'i1 will -nl "I il"- PTnlvs :il i'" .rnawel "i Hi' Hawaiian I sine!, ami Mlni-l. r nl Ifafetffll Affair! i ,. Kinu. Minister of the Interior, s. Mi Iik ti. M In liter of Ftnsace, W. 1 1. Smilli. ltinni' liiiM-rul. Anvisnuv 'iiI'M II.. K M. Hatch. Vkw-Prssidsnl M IM rMVM- Iniiiiliiiivcriiiii. nl i.l il,.- Hawaiian Islands. ( i i II llrnv. n. B. i). Tonal . John Noil. O. Halt.'. I . tV. Mi 'lii' . W K. Allen .hum- Man im Henri Woklm I d. Bnhr, . un0(r .1. I'. Mclliliilli'll. W I . WlhW , John iMimii'liitli. i'. T. Rogers, i-ecrutary SseenttA-e a . loan OoonoflH. Seen, mk ,r in Man. A F.Judd, Chief .Tnsttee, Ilim. II. K. Hli ki'iti'li. l-'lrst AiwH'iu't- Justice. Hun. w. B. Fisei1. Rscond Associate Justice, Henri fcuilth, (Jhlef Clerk. Krod...

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. — 25 November 1893

2 H M V II U bl AH -?.ltfKl v N V H M H b K MIAN STAM ' Mniilli in .ilvmn . Vi " frn. h r Wur in AitMHi.' 1M IN Mi I ill in it I M I iirt lot trutwtofil ft till fmtfiilm Rdvorttiitnii hi bfe ObtatHtd til the Uitli ;i(im OfAc. . viuiuhi Tttoptoone Rttmbw MMi Ml IVI tihtitKi I Ml. FKiN I M v 1 1 V In If I In- A iml h an pUOplfl i.i m lil I'M' r Ha) n iiH'int'i'f with m it IM i iittikwtvlnv ih- ili.ltie ifimtlin ,iimI im i'i' hH'hnnve roiltiwvd tttcvtti Mmf ihelrwitlp- ii i ilimi, II i lllltll Tl, ,i lf (lav III inli i a i t ,i hi t bo t-IM. uili. M tl tnlllf tnl'llltlii'i n 1tn lilr-slli-..'. Wr hlW 'f nd fiinn thi I in ml of Wort him I to thv Bret ''ii k4.'kiiowlwI(tfion1 ni' tn- (ojritii Rlnuticrei iltfrtfon ' . H rover lowlands President of tho i 1 1 1 1 i iati-s. ilo herab) iii iutuiu- uml t ..l art Thondftft the 'Mi tliiy nf llir prMvni month Novetnwi aaa dy ol LhankMtvIng ami prnlte, i bV kepi mil observed b) nil peo ple in par luml, OntliatUa) let u foteno otir ordlnmr) work ii...

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. — 25 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY NOVEMBER is- l TOBIOURAPHICAL, ipvmwow otoni cm minouni -AR( iv, or r.ONCRF.SRMfN A'; r.ivrN BV TMrM-.n nil.. I I. Ilifc fflMNI !! Inlir ri ilmiiil.li Irl. Ii II II slniu . I hnl Thrrr In N. A.r.mntlii-; I'm Tn.lf An Inter .".tltiit Work. lr.-riut I .rri'siMiiiflf.iii-iv WAMINOTOX, Aii. 81. -The r.inim-s- ttoml IMrvotory, in wnlnti ti m ami Mn yniiiiK slut. -nun writ tlii lr mvii lilojtrn rteb mid Intonating Mils mm. RoMM UlUHIVntiii'ii hit priiuil Ih'i'iiiim. tlicy i ri' In tin- war. mill MM mssil,v IMMM tln v wiTl' lint; ROtM pnilll Willi plidi. In their sarly strngglasdownon tin. farm, ami mmr fiw in t heir rdMrtlon. toc nambrr of mam ban wkvnrftd in ihr wrmy In large. HmmuMi b Mpiatally prnllflo in soldier of nil dagnw, from Major Ueneral Oordoti, senator from Qeor kI, down in Private John Attn f MMi Kip pi, Mtd tin' north MtM from QtMnil sirkii s in Sergeant Miijnr i InrncnlnaK rtopresentatlre Catotnettl of California make known bin distinction aw "ta...

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. — 25 November 1893

Hi HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER $, 193 ' ll HI Tur r 1 1 1 r ". ANt) AOVUNTlfRt! I wo 1 ni Ni h now r n burl in Ti 1 ii rtl,l I nil ltl.il l it 11. bat, fi i ritthl. Is! Hull. II. La nr Hi I I. .I.l' U- IMI.I I. It 1 I nil I' I III II il 1 h Ameru an Tit a "'t'lR. ok 1 Itch 1 4 rwr ed. UlH 1- the ft ' l ' 1 ' 1 . " -1 I 111' r " 1 i') hi- i 11 tr ) imp- KHd M f mm locks I'fiinii-i e it ii iik m ntxl i'i L'artni nts mtn, Indtetlncl In tin' twilight, otand like drains of oMa witli VOf CM himI pro phetlr. Blond hi IwrMft Ii on r . w I 1 h KanW 1 1 if t KwM nit their htniiHUi Load ProtB lti km ky oftv iifixhlnr1tiu' (K-'iin PTtw 1 he deep voiced SjuMiks, Hint In accent dinennolate MMWfJfl 1 the wuil of tb fnrt'M. Thin the forest primtmtl. Primitive, like their forest home, was the lif of the pioneers whoeeleoted Acadia OS a field tot Miht'iiturt' and proth . While the Puritans were t reel lug a Wooden town found the bojiril meeting hofise on "Trl- 1 niou i it" hill in 1 tost on tin ...

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. — 25 November 1893

I HI HAWAIIAN 11 k SATURDAY NhMBkK jj, if (iRRSHAM s ANNOYKh H I tin- o n thin of un i n In -.lii.it In- Mlevra Hint Mix' MmtnwtMitiofi hIkhiI'I .ii-.m, sun ithi tspmltats Uw sots "i Mm Harrison id uiiniKtrHti'iii if i.Iim wen It itrsi n tlon of ootmtltutlonal prii ipls and iht niu m sKiiii iri. i miii i 1 1 . i .'iiiii w :: t.. ::.c . nSS st- I't'i.r, iMn "'nil I. Ill milt sISMIi Vmiin.ihv Sic. III. l IivmIiiiiii at i ..mi ll nt i Inn the (jtteM has bssn n -turtd i" Hi'' ttifonc nMkmii the doom slt9 ol :i display i.t rtnfli whiM Mlntstof Thurston Is squall) .. iinn ituM no soot) uIhmws iins ncotirred nntan H has i n tofoed iiy tlir threat of bnyotmtsi Bsorstsrj Urnshain is plainly nraoh annoysd at the advene and Mven oHU lam directed toward hinatll mm i Ii'm IihmI r.ir their Hawaiian policy, (ttvshsni In initially very afiabfa aod mnsttterale In dealing a Ith tneniuere of ii- dtssh, hnl iii temper has been riiHIed ami In- is now tmappleli when iipproaohed bj tin in. Brer since the ...

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. — 25 November 1893

A.k .wAtf hAUmhammmm-'M --ilV4MM64 - .Man . A rolossAl. HCHEME. M. talk, i HKK OM I in i tt. NATIONAL CM HIS MAN JUt U H . t tt II tnul i til h IttMlfrffMt) i CKtltt It I r I It I" I ulimti;" iiii'lnt T t-ittmi t l llrniiMy it Tnhn im l. nt: Khi v Brpi. -j At tin Brooklyn TfttartiActft tblt forwoon Rtf. Pi main H MUihvd a W immi "f uiiu-iial lhtt-rrM to n UN umIU m-f . tlic Nbjcct toitlg "Vn Nitip t u H iiiit! mil It Aiitiivt i WM y A PtOMt tinii Conon ruins h." Hw nxt wu tAkm ffon Nitiah i, . 'To di n child i- boftt,' Ttiftl is ji i rami ndoui hour In t In btotory of any family hrn mi innnnrt.il BptHt i in oiriMMA t 1 1 f a ftrj dark cloud there ii 1 1 1 nii ti i r bright morning, Otic lifts i Mrd nnH Rttfitlici' gtvcf), Ail i in- list In l glndMw riiif ovnr the eCMtta l knownni wf nny on nncmld don N t hat of old a -tar patlltail dow ti t ht- r.ivt'.nr l-irt hilhrv. fofittfof jms point down iucmtv hmi i m blv until u v A iitv tit-iiiity dfttffl I mm that hour, tii.it minute. Beaut...

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. — 27 November 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. ri ill IKH I i I i in Alt kunkos - f 1 1 utmoAir I I II Ms IIT EMS A MMM IH ADVANCE. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 2;. 1893 -SIX PAGES NO. I VOL I. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ritn isIiin l. MOVKKflMKNT or thi II V 1 1 A N Isl.A N lv RKW itivk OOttBfllta President "f ti' PrnlveleJwl Bo H, Hull .11, 111. Ill Hi till' HllWallHI Islands, mih) Minister nt KnililKIl Affairs A KxHr Mllilsli r Of the Intel lot U MMon, Mtataterof M 111 ii, 1 i Smith, Atto.llBjOenefnl. Uolsoliv t'OI'NCII.. I. M. II., irli. 11 1 I'reslilinl of the I'rovis NmmU lOiveriimi'iit of (he Hawaiian Islands. Cecil BroWll, E. I), lenny. .Inlm Nun, C. Rolte. r, W. MoOhtMtoy. W. K. AUn. . limit-, s K. .Morgan. Henry Walerliiiiisi'. r d. Stllir, A. Yonwr. .1 P, Mandoaea, W. ( . Wilder, .intin Kiametitth. l'. T. HoiXi'i-s. -eeri'tary Kxeentlve Hllil Ad visory QaWMlta, Btmtaara Cumtr. Hon, A. F. .1 mid. Chlat .Tiiatien. II. 111. It. P, HI.'kiTt.m, Mrat Associate Justice. Hon, V. K. Kroar. S...

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. — 27 November 1893

rHB HAWAIIAN STR MOND.av NOVEMBER i? "l he Hawaiian ak. I'llDI ISMMl KVF R , At I i HMMN t.JtC ! ' 1 HIINHAV I Htl HAWAIIAN MAK NI W PA l l N ASK1H I A I ION. I M H i rtCM . smith. Miiiiiujiim K.iiii.t. I i) IH Vt, HAY. BaSlnSS Minimi l KVSMnflPf HJN ii v ri H Ivi Year 111 (Iv:imi.'. Mm i Mtiiiih iti .vilvuiiie. ..I Knrvtfftii mt Vrar in Advenes RMii AIVKHTaNtl II X II m rtatSa' lot- IMIMWMl iiml ri Lrnliii' edveftlStnfi .-an b(l otihilnt'il ni thi' pllbllcatrOtl oillet . Mutual Telephone NiiiiiIkt SUA. Hi ll Tele phone mo. MONDAY, NOVEMBER .'7. IM8, ma Hawaiian future Wr do belies e i bal t he pol luted v nun 1 1 who once Ml upon t lit I In Din m time Islands will evei igftin mi theft Wt lo not believe that the royal standard, under which thieves took courage and decent men and women felt ashamed, will ever aain wave upon the towers ot Iolani. We do not believe that Ur- cloven foot of Poly nesian tyranm will ever Again ireatl tlh Christian civ ilization ot" Hawaii in i In dusi To t...

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. — 27 November 1893

lilt HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY NOVEMBER if, iK-m ; TVLKED WITH T! ITH AND EYES. Ill OM ir(,ii, . i .. CoMVMMMM W'ltl Tf -'I'll '-rafr. "wH I limt hii Mpcrl a nn Hip train smiling bonM hom ttn wist on Mominy : 1 1 ji t I will nut f.iru'i ' VCfj mi," MfM I r. L, J-. C'rr Ion ppportvfi "As uttr li-Jtin vje in tinw CMlllOOtht UIOM looklni' mint, pfriMlf MM unkempt, with an nwfnlly lOMgh I 11 uv hut. MpDOrt lOfJ MmMlf wit li n ( mi". I r In- had n lnul MM nf HlirlivlnsW M it'i'flu'il knee jot lit ), Mine t liiitnpitiLi Hlntm Lkrouh tin' nnrrmr KHHftggWMr of Hw lltW BIW liMiki'd Into mfl Rtnokliig ootnpftrtmtnt vfhtn John Knnivy mm mywif t rajoytag our h- lll'H. "Tin- nlil fellow g)MaaH in lint, k mo- ni' iit and then itunpcd av ny Santa, I ro nitrkad to John tfattt that wm a pretty Mugb looking i'ntoini r, inni he repllcdi "'Why, don't yon know Mm' That'll John T. Norris, the detective.' "Well, wo got off the train at Ohtltlootha, as I wanted to si nil ;i ti'letrrain, and we met Norris at the...

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. — 27 November 1893

- fHE HAWAIIAN STAR MUNDAV, NOV bM Li UK 27 1893. POPULAR ELECTIONS. THE STEADY CROWTH OF INTEREST IN STATE ELECTIONS. UlMm 'I Iml Ma, lie 1 Kroni Hie New Vini. Mala . ii.i NMtaMl Merit i n Vr n laatage ni Votats in Mm PnpwtaUaa III ml 1 1 In I In' I 11111111. A mopm i. m of tin- election returns at the -mi hi the i.int eraturjr, about Mm time of Um adoption of tin- constitution of the U Ml 10(1 States, with tin- returns fur the Itwt iresidcutinl olocticin. fhows how wiih'iv tiie oaCnn bM nttndod in the rjtlltOa St nt en. In MaMMbM 'ts. baiwaan 177V and 1:114, the proportion of votes rust to tbo Population rafted from 2 to 5 per rent In Keveral counties of the sliitiiof New York there were rust nt the election of 18112 utmost one-third us uimiy votes us there were inhabitants. It is the hubit of limiiy ptopla to tako it for granted that the earlier institu tions of the United Stilt i s were more democratic than the pretest onaa,and that the tendency of these times is to put the poli...

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. — 27 November 1893

1 SPIRIT Of 76. Inspires a Great MENDS OF THE CAUSE lilt in Support of the Gov eminent. QR&tHAl'S INFAMY DENOIINCF.ll, A. mI l.i y l l. ii l'ledi(c Tliciiist-l t ,-s Anew in t i' PrtnulptM if the fanner Itcvnllltimi. 4. - That the letter of Secretary (ireshum has united Americans here in defense of the Provisional (lovernnient and hu implied their 00 HI Ft) OH patriotism to I liuhting pitch, wan eloarly ahown in the II HOW meeting hist night. In all ninr.il ami loyal ropecta that wiih a u 1 1 hiring like the ones which set the North on lire in I he rally days of I he civil war. Tlir same sense of outrage, the same clenched determination, the mum iel- ligcrent impulse altd the same unyield ing spirit blended in the roar of ap plause whirli greeted every call from the platform upon the coUrage and patriotism of the great CTOWd, The big drill ahed was left unsupplird with seals so that il might give room to all who should wish to be present. When die a peaking began there was a muo...

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. — 27 November 1893

I UK HAWAIIAN STAR. MONDAY, No'. EMBER if, ll&3 .- . OlCKtNV FLUWLHtO UHAVE. A Story of ' hi fiit,rt to tli vov.iiBf. Awti'n uniim itotni nuHUN oootAlntd thetonch Ing story of MIm Mnmii nii liim minima ink' I In- lu-t ilnysof her rat In r. in which oo- -nrs tin- following paragraph rttarlog to i b flam dtobrat Ion of ins it rest inn phu iii WMtmitintvr niibi- Di-nii sihiiIhv v nil, . Tlu-le was h POttfttAtll pressure lj Hi.- )i it . niitl niHiiy llmvers m pi- HUHWd upon n bj ttnknotm bands, ninny ten h.il by unknown e is ' Ami Miss Kick- lis udil: "Anil ever? vent ,m i h- nth of .linn nini ou Chrtatroa daj timi other KoWen strewn hy unknown hands 1111 thHt nn ml spot. And er7 ftr there eotMa in 1 1 S from America, from n lovely w oman whom we have never met, ninny of fWU hratitlfal colored leaven to be placed with nur llowcn on thai dear Mom, Ami thin although it will In- !J year In .lunc since he llieil." visiting Chenango oounty In thla atata a lew weeks since. I met the siste...

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. — 28 November 1893

r " THE HAWAIIAN STAR. h RUSH! It VMM ITKItNOO RSCHPT HIMH V. 1111, I I N I - I MONTH 4IIVAM I- HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: TUESDAY KW.NINO. NOVEMBER 38, 1X93. -SIX PAGES NO. oy. VOL I. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY t'HO IsloNAI. noVRHNMRNT Of THE HAWAIIAN ISI.ANIX. RKKUTITM Council. H. B. Dot, PlllUjnl 01 HM I'mlmlonnl lov rrrti oat of the Hawaiian Islands, and Mini ter nf IVrtSlga Affairs. .1 A. Kli.tr. Minister of Hie Interior. A, M. Demon, Minister of Finance. V. il.Sn.ltli. Al tiirliin -lleneral. Anvisonv Council. ft M. Hutch, Viee-ProHlilctit of the I'rovts ional tioeerniueiit of tlie Hawaiian ImIhihI. Mill BraWA, E. I. Tenny. John Nott, C. Bolte, K. W, MoOhMBeT. W. F. Allen, .lameH K. Morgan. Henry Walerlionw, Pd. ftubr, a. found S. P. Mend on o. w. c . wilder. John Kinmeltlth. '. T. KoRers, secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. si iMitMK Carrot. He. A. K. .Itidd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Hickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. V.. Krear, Mecond Associate Justice. Henry -mlth...

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. — 28 November 1893

2 THF. HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY, XOVF.MBF.fc 98. 1893. The 1 Law mian Star. PUBLISHR- KVKBY AKTfc'-RNCJON eTCKPT UNDAT HV TPP HAWAIIAN "TAR MWbPA I ( r Asor'AT'ON IM .. v 1 .'i t- n , smith i hah. w. DAY, d.t lee III:. I 1 I .1 ftnslncft Maniue'i TUESDAY, NOVEMBER " . IMffl A HEARING1 wanted. li the reputable people of tha I tlaada gal fall etenee to put I heir testimony hetore the Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs in Congress, the report of James H. Hlonnt noon the events of last Tan ltan will be proved a tissue of talsr ssiHuptions based on the testimony ol Dailies in interest on Hit side ol ,1,.. .lonr.ce.rl SnvalK iilm.ni came bare and declined 'a thai during the early days of 1,, receive or credit moat of (he the volutlonarj .noveme.u he a as evidence given nlni by the Ameri-havin8 secret meetinga with Em can and Hawaiian propertv-nwners ''ez.ler Wilson, the Queen's Mar aud leaders of public thought! bUt P1 a,ul Vxxr. Alter Janu he welcomed and has arrayed in r.v ' "th he pretend...

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. — 28 November 1893

rHE Hawaiian STAll TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28. t8o WEAPONS s aELICS MEMENTOS OF OI.D WARS, WILD STO RIES AND BARM CRIMES. V 1 1 1 M Mm Han l OUn aaal P. Moronlni, 11. 1 lliit.tter A Ciillrrti.r ttf Cnthollo TMtM MfM1ff) ..mI., Ciu-Iohr MetlitU mill ( iiiioM MTIlAVMn Lin. Sk'i iiil i in rt nuitilfince. Nkw YoM, On. BO. There 1 a Ml ' rihI onftotn tnAtintoti lim nVw Vm k rotmrb Unit In nudMnilwd in any uf the Kiiiiln tiniiks. It l Klmswiuul, the luuneof (Jlo- fttotii r. Moronlni, tin-bunon ! inker. BIlMWOod is 11 inmlfliwill lnce over looking tiii- Hudson the bowM a imince, anil thu groundi wide and bountiful but it in hi ft hnnte for his QOllootiOM that Mr. Murnwlni takes must interest. He is a col lector of cat bollc tastes nml lovea to ,:niln r together all sorts of things rare, liemitifiil Mid curious, always excepting autographs. His Objection to them is that their authen ticity ift apt to be ho doubtful the more valuable the more doubtful "They can 1 ' i hi 1 1 1 f iw 1 1 n atttogrophs...

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. — 28 November 1893

I mil n. aiian :;TR Tuesday n. v f.m nuu is., IF HE DR0PPK1) DEAD. WHAT WOULD RESULT IF THIS MAP Pt'NF 0 TO TH7 SIGNAL V I : I ln Jm-i Hrit Out mi lnlr-lhiK ! itlpi Ion nl th IVor-klm; n Mm -Auto hi l i HtSJSMlfl Hum I vy Aic llMM it il i n iImi MMrtfM Htm I i ii n ni' t. TWO "Miiinitt rs ici iiiii'ii a NNU in otir il i In- nuhnHNMI 1 ruin- of t In- Mi. 1- ni nal. which ffnn ppMcHnfl through 1 1 I'm k nut ttlMMl Tiny wi'tt- 4t0MSjflfosj hlm-k kiiihIh Mini the MMnlbiHtftA of MtfMvtlt in th tuniifl, Which air intin xtiiin topii to oomnttton nl.vny.-. "Well, MW( MtpfMM nn peMtnf In MM f shccc block signal stations iii this tuu nel niter ink HtM tu whlti'sinal -ImuM dftjp 4fjSjd WOUra not the MMMWHMMltll dimply h flv" "They won If. 1inlwd," mmwered the "1 her. Both men shuddered and bMNMfliwnt. They were wonileritiK doubtlcSJl wliether, nfterall, it WM worth while to lake their Hvew in their hands ever da for the ake of elbow oin In the country. "What would happen. " Sffjl asked of .1. ...

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. — 28 November 1893

THF HAWAIIAN STAR TTESDAY NOVEMBER 8, iRor FIFTY TEARS AGO TO-DAY IIIUWIW IMIII'MIIIMI W.V. lit A II 1 NfKMI. -V T"t nf the Jt.i tlnr PneMMtt MfHl3 v tetttjlMrtl .-irrt r- .- I Hull h r. lit in , s fittv yens syo today a ilocii tiifiit WW signed at I ixl hy Lata AIh-i ili-'-n. Hit Ihf'h principal "Mn v jl State !! HnH'in A 11 i ir.; m l lire tmbaasadnr Butraordinar) of His Majesty lira Km of ths French, which nettled fmTf the question of Bogtish r KriMn h interference in tin-si' islands, providing, of nonrefi the oondltlom of tlio document are nut broken by either of the, slgflftlOfy nations. The OOtldi lion of affairs here which led to the 110 pointtnerH of commission to visit the United State and Liiland foi the pur pnae ot securing the recognition of the Independence of Hawaii, tin rial! f H. M R. ,'irvsfort and the ubetquent n'tion of hei rommnnder, Lord Qaoffa I'atilct, iittil t he subsequent rectincfttloii Of the wrongs perpetrated on Hawaii liy that individual by his superior...

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