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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 4 January 1894

1$ -. M 412 THE HAWAIIAN STAR lev i it The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY 'BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Llr). WAL-TF.U O. SMITH, flKOROK HANSON, - Mannglnst ndltor, UuilneM Mntmger. minscitiiTtos rates. Ter Year In Advance, - , I'er Month In Advance, -foreign, per Tear In Advance. - JIS.00 .f0 10.0b ADVEIITISI.S'U 11ATBS: itnte.i forranlcnt and reKulfti'iulvirtWnn 5Rn bo obtained nt the publication olllco. Tot-ecuro iirouipt Insertion all ilvrlle lnenm mint lo delivered at the VHwInws OIllCQ before 1 p. m, " Mutual Telephone Number WIS, IMlTele- t phone 100. .THURSDAY, JANUARY I, 1801. THE REPLY TO CLEVELAND. The dignity as well as the jus tice of. the Provisional cause has been lifted before the American people and the world by the re markable State paper in which President Dole has replied to the recent demands of President Cleve land. The document is written in the best of temper, and its power of analysis, the number and value of its citat...

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. — 4 January 1894

t "V M. THE HAWAIIAN. STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY, 4, 1894. 3k 4: 7 f A 'GREAT STATE -HA PER, PIIKSII)KNT OI.15'8 nEPLV TO MIHV 1STKII WILMS. -A Conrlncln-; Ar-rnment Against Cleve lamW 1'olley anil a Vlrm llefuiial to Accept It. ' ' The reply of President bole (o tho re " quest ot Minister Willis thut the latter , -shotild step down and out was put llshed In Honolulu this morning. We present tlie more Important chapters of . it below in full: ' "i. '. Executive Hmi.dinu, ( Honolulu, uec. S3d, 1893. j Smi Your Excellency's comnninlca - - tlon of December 10th, announcing tun conclusion which tho President of the United States of America has fin ally arrived nt respecting the atiDlIca tlon of . this Government for a treaty of political union with that country, and referring also to tho domestic afTalrs of these Islands, has had the Consideration of the Government. While it is with deep disappoint ment that we learn that the important proposition which wo have submitted to the Government ...

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. — 4 January 1894

the Hawaiian star, Thursday, January 4l m- 4- tf CUITIVATLNG VOICES. METHODS OF THE EUROPEAN TRAIN ING SCHOOLS. VUltR to Knuln, Marrlirsl nntl Ilerr Stock haiiMtii llrnnintlc Force nmt Stjlr In On llnci. I'nrlty of Tone In Atintlir. Modern Slrtlnuls of "St-riMimliig. One often hears n MiiRer say, " t with I knew the correct way o( producing the Tolce.1 Students wander fromono teacher t nnntherand And that each lmi hit own theories and method and each cull Ml own the only correct ami proper way. Teachem nhi-oad complain of tho major lty of American tflrli, Raying that they come for a few lessons, expect wonders and are very naturally disappointed at the meaner results, fordoes tins disappoint ment end with themselves, for fond par ents and Interested friends expect some. thing KrntiU as the result nnd ofteu say the singer had no voice or ability when such Is not tho case. W 1th mediocre noil lty, time and jKTseverance w ill enable any one to sltiff. Through thelnfluencoota pupil of F...

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. — 5 January 1894

Kill HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, vAll)t EVENING JANUARY VOL 11. S- 14- NO J3j) 'TV:7 .."SBX- HAWAIIAN STAR. ' . Rl I V 1. , ma. 2 il AU'Ali AN IHI.ANDH. ' l,iri ExitctmTH Council. If; " B, Bole, r-resUsnt of the llylMt Oov. .? eminent of the Hawaiian Islands, and - Mlnliter of Foreign Aualrs. til A. Kins-. Mlnliter of the Interior. hT a M n.nnn liillfrO(FllUUIM. i iw. d. Hmllli. Attorney-General. . ADVisnnT Council. ?' i - P. SI. nlch. Vlee.lreMent of the iHs" '-.)" ionalCHvernmentonheIIawalUnIsUu. j Oell Brown, tr H Nott," 1:. .Tii Ena. KD.Tenneyr O. Uolle, W.F.Allen, jLf Jmmm F. tanfian, Henry Walerhouse, ' -: s, r..i . in ... - i " J.P.Mendonca, W. Wilder. T1"' John Kminelutb. ' 1 r O." T. Rodgers, Secretary .Executive and Ad- vfsory Councils. - - x ,.i - I V; ' UlII'llIME OolIHT. -r ' - ' Hen. A. V. Judd, Chief Justice. V Hon. IUr". Ulckerton, First Associate Justice, lion; W. K. Freer. Second Associate Justice, , - Henry SmiiVOhlef Clerk. Oeonre l.ucas. Firit1eputr Clerk, O. F. ...

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. — 5 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY. JANUARY 1894. stl tfl? M A W A 1 1 A N .TAR. Vlj. 1 1 1 1 ww a ft . ' ------ FUUL1SHBI) UVKKY AKTKKNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY IIV-THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. tfiAIAKR O. HMITH. HOUOR MANSON, - Mamutlntr Editor, limine Manager. MIESCIUfTlON ItATRI. ft x 1'cr Atenth tn Advance, - M fcretSli, rr Ynr In Advance, - - 10.00 Aiivr.nTiaiNa iiATm: Itatea for transient and regular ad vertlilng am be obtained at the publication omce. T6eeure prompt Insertion nil advertlo. 11K11U mmt be delivered nt the Uuilncm Ulllee before 1 p. m. Mutual Telephone Number .1(15, Bell Tele phone 150. FHIDAY, JANUARY B, 1801. THE MATTER OF SUFFRAGE. If we understand the statements of the Ifolonttta, apropos of the suf frage question, they arc that the natives will not be satisfied with anything less than their own way in the legislative concerns of the country and that, in such an am bition, the Japanese residents will coincide with them, l-ollowed so far as it goes, this ple...

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. — 5 January 1894

THE TEMIMiRANCK CAUSE. .. . nil. VrOMKNH' OllltlNTIAN TKMI'KIIAXIK t'NION. JFull lt of It" Anniml llepfirl it t 'Work Donn In IIkwaII fur llir Trr IHOt-IHD.'I. '.Tho pant yenr lina lieen .uneventful In the hltory of tho W. 0. V. U of these Islands, Our president, ims hoeii nlnetit nearly half the year and, we hnvo simp ly held the fort without making any Important or afrirreRfilvo movement. Our meetings have been held rcgulnrly with tho exception of July when, as Was In order wo took n vacation. Mr. 1. C. Jones, our first vice-president, pre sided very acceptably during tho ab sence of tho president. In the early part of the yeur we were favored with tho presenco. nnd Insplr ation of tho first WorldVW. C. T. U. missionary. Mrs. JIary Clement Lenvitt., She was with un for tho first time at tho December meeting and sixty ladles were there to greet her. She, gave ns n cursory review of tier mission. Among the Interesting tilings she told us, nono pleased us more than the fact that her ...

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. — 5 January 1894

the Hawaiian star, fuiday January $, &. ' ENTER THE WINTER OlftL HER GLORY IN ALL fain NnUl.li- Hull Ilrr..r "lllutlnn" Is vnnthrr Nmnit Kor Tullr An Orrlilil llitwn-KtilllrrlnK ltHtn Af I'rMty nnil ropuliir I'arpwf'l to 1rlit. tCopyrlclit, IHU1, liy AtntricMt Pitm AmocU Hon. V'crlly we nro crmturen of capricious tmte. In the "prltitf we rnve over the fresh beauty of the Ilnoter toilets; In the sum mer t l the lleecy "summer ulrli" In the nutumn It la the itlnry of leaf and fruit re produced In the new nppnrel, nnil for cold winter we rejoice In the warm, thick Roods BALL MtKSS FOH YOUSO LADY and cozy looking furs; but after all I doubt It anything Is really so perfectly lovely as the ball gowns nud the various other things that women affect only at this season. How many adjectives have been applied and mis applied In their description! One young lady at a grand ball last win ter held her fan In one hand and her bou quet 111 the other, and when a gentleman asked her touance she ...

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. — 6 January 1894

V ir sv 1 it THE HAWAIIAN STAR. I'llMMHIIKI) KVKUY AITKUNOON r.XCKIT RUNIlAV. tjiiimki I'll tv ousts a month I.N AltVA.NOi:. - VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY G, .894. NO. 240 i '111? my Ik. 'itA m Official directory. " . . - .... . M (IV Til I,' . , IIAWAlhAN MI-ANUS. . Hxkoijtivk Council. H. II. Dole, Presldjnt ol the I'rolvsloaal (lov eminent of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. " J. A. King, Minister of tlm Interior. 8.M. Damon, Minister of Finance. , W, O. Hmlili, Attorncy-Uenernl. Anvisrmr CiiUtfi'li F. M. Hatch. Vice-President of the Provis ional Uoverliment of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil llrown, K. U. Tenney, - John Nott, O. Ilolle, John Ena. W. F. Allen, ' James F. .Moruan, Henry Wnlerhonse, Kd.Sulir, ' A. Yoninr, J.-l'.Mcndontrt, W. C. Wilder, John Kintntdtith'. C. T. Kodgers, secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Siipnr.MK CutntT. Il.n. A. T. .1.1,1.1. Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Illckorton, First Associate Justice. Ho...

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. — 6 January 1894

THE- HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY. JANUARY is caff. is- '0, fir Tim Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED UVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAl.TEll U. HMIT11. 'UCURUB MANflON, - MuniutlnR Editor. ItutlncM Manager. - snacniprioN hateh. I'm War In Advance, M I'ct Month In Aclvnnco, -(uiclftu, per Year In Advance, - - 10 ADVEIIT1SINO hates; Jtntcs lor transient nml rctrulftrnilvertlslng ran t olitalnoil at the publication onico. Toseouro uromnt insertion nil lulverllne- incnts mint be delivered nt the Huslncm Ortlco before 1 p. m. Mutual Tclcpliono Number :W5, Hell Tele phone inn. SATURDAY, JANUAltY , 181)1. NO CLOSE CORPORATIONS. Yesterday there was an intima tion in the morning paper that something had been fixed tip in re gat il to die appointment of a new Minister of l-'oreign Affairs. The public and the party, which had lie.'.'d the names of Mr. Hatch, Mr. Amistroug, Mr. Scott and Mr. W. R. Castle mentioned, were left in doi bt as to tiie one upon whom ...

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. — 6 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STaW SATURDAY, JANUARY, 6, 1894. I : X 1 PC 41 ! j; . ...1 f . 1 t H 1 a.it FAULT OF WAVE MOTORS. A ' HONOLULU MECHANIC WHO KNOWS A HIT AllOUT THKM. Notable Failure Knormou Coat -1'rrpetual Motion Kin Kntakniia an an Inventor , "1 would like to meet the limn men tioned in the Star as working on a wave motor," paid H. C. Heed to a rejiortcr last evening. This opened a conversa tion in which the Honolulu Iron Works foreman talked interestingly on efforts to capturo the power of the pea swell. Years ago Mr. Heed had a novelty shop In San Francisco. He made n limnher of models for Inventors and in time de voted himself exclusively to that work. Tho hig city had dozens of men with mechanical ideas of various degrees of wcirdncss, utility mid (lsclessness. Kvery designer liclieved firmly in his pot scheme and was willing to stake his last penny on It. Some of the inventors succeeded in producing an available patent. Most of them failed. There were two terminations to the proj...

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. — 6 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. JANUARY G, ,89V; . . .. J .ft r . . ,!.,... . ?mk,: ; S ' 1 i I . - .' . I J!. iVT THE TAIMRNACLE. REV. DR. TALMAGE ON THE THE DIBLE. IFS" OF Two Letters lit a l'Uot (til Which lers IhluR Turin Only t'tntr Slelm llpttvreti PhIIIi nml ttnliellef 1h (li4ttl nf ilrmtft Chrlil the llollKlmi lr Ailtrriilt)-. IlKOOKLYN, Nov. 111. Ill the Tabernacle tills mornliiK Itcv, I)r. Tnlmage ilpllvcml tne of hlslncwt unique ami useful Hermnns from ft text never before preached from. Subjeet, The "IN" of the Illble. The text choen vn KxihIui xxxll, 33, "If thou wilt forgive their ln and If not, blot me, I pray thee, out of thy book." There 1 in our KnglUli IniiKtinga n small conjunction which I propose, by God's help, tohnul out of Its present Insignificancy and set upon the throne where It belongs, and that Is the conjunction "If." Though mado of only two letters. It Is the pivot on which everything turns. All time and all eternity are at Its disposal. We slur It In oui...

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. — 8 January 1894

, '"my ,., jar HAWAIIAia pat a s 2. $3 r . TKIUISl I TV OUSTS A MONTH IN A1IVANOK. KVKUY AFTKIINOON HXGHI'T M1NDAV. ' .4 VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY EVENING JANUARY S, 1894. NO. 241 Eft1. - DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL I'ltOVIKIONAI. UOVKHNMKNT Ol' T1IK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. K.OX'uiivk Uuuacii. II Ilnl. Prnlil.nt nf the I'rolvslonal (Jov- eminent of the Hawaiian Islands, anil . Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of Hi" Interior. 8. M. Damon, Mlnlsterof 1'lnauce. W. O. Smith, Altomey-Oeneral. AnviKOitr Council ' F.. M, Hatch, Vice-President of the l'rovls- lonaiunvcrnraeuiui iuoiww.iiftm.in"'". Cecil Drown, E. 0. Tenner, John Nott, C. Holle, John Ena. W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Kd.Suhr, A. Young, J. P. Menilonca, W. C. Wilder, John Emmelnth. C. T. Hodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad "N vlory Councils. til'PHKMK UoUUT. Hen. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. Hlckertou, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frenr, Second Associate Justice Henry Smi...

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. — 8 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STrAR MONDAY. JANUARY 8, iSy4. r ft Tim Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA FBR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WALTEIt O. SMITH, Mimnulwt Editor, MKOROH MANBOX, - Biulnonn Mutineer. Annsciurrios ttATM. I'm Ycnr In Advance, -Tcr Month In Advnnre, -FOrUffn, per Year In Artvaneo, - M.00 M 10.00 AI1VKI1THINC1 RATES: Itnlw lor tmnslcnt and rcRUlur advertising n Us obtained at tlio publication olllco. Totocure prompt Insertion all advertise ment mint be delivered ntthe Builnes Olllco betore 1 p. n, Mutuul Telcpliono NiwYber 305, Hell Tele phone 150. MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1891. THE COURSE OF REFORM. The story of the Hamakua ltiau appeared in the S tah some weeks ago and decisive action jvas then urged in these columns, both edi torially and by correspondents, against the Royalists who cumber the national offices 011 the other Islands. However, but few re movals were made. In some cases it was found that the law would have to be amended before the...

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. — 8 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. MON'DAV, JANUARY, 8, 1894. MADNESS OF THIS SOUTH. HCI1NKK AT Till: HAWAIIAN LUNA. TIC ANVI.II.M. Some Rtrungr KiprrMloim nl liiamilty Tliere-A I)yk IIpriI Hunter mill h llninnn Tolrlilintic Every vMtor In Honolulu, iv n writer In tint New York Sun, hears of tlio leper settlement tin grim Moloknl, nml Komu nnlciit students o the pitiful nml repulsive venture ncros the short Islnml pea to the nlioclc of the living lonth. Very few visitors, however, lienr of the receiving liospltnl, or corral, where the leper roiiml-ttp is brought in heforo shipments nre inntle; mid fewer e) ill hour ot or visit the Insane asylum, nenr Honolulu, where the true South Sea madness is to lie Been, 1 have called it nn nsyltim, hut thl term is liartllv a correct one that ip, it Is not correct if it conveys to the render inu men 01 imposing wlinlnietrntion buildines and constant oxiiert mcdicnl attendance. The place Is a mile or two ouimuc tnc city, pan the coral prison on the reef, and, Ji...

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. — 8 January 1894

mm" 5.5 HAvvAiiA: gt-aR Monday. UnuaJiy i 1. 1894. . i r . WflC OF THB MVMr?TAbS. 'M llrunrtlor lln .Vrltlrted I1ii lllffltii l.ltrrnry llniinw In I'ranrf. M. Ffnllnntnl llruartlrr, who hn Iwn appnlntril to iirrwl M Union In tho ed Itttrxlilp of tlmt limit r'rencli umKK'lne, IM nt-viie nes Deux Moiidrt, lina Wn h ciintTllmtor tn the magazine fnr n ruiiHidf rnble period, lit poM- tlim In French lit fiuturo may he es timated from the net that he attain ed lnt .Tune the hliIict honor cov eted by literary men In r ranee election to the French Academy. Ills principal com petltorforthe hon or the more widely known Kmlte Zola, but Hrunetlere Rot OEMS IN VERSE. imir nut . M. HUL'NKlItHE. votes to Zola's 4. It must not be forjzotten, however, tlmt Zolft is very uniwpulur with the Forty lmmortnN, ami tlmt Ilrunetiere'n election Is not nn infallible indication of su inriority, though It certainly U 11 Kreatdlfr tlnction, A native of Toulon, where he win born In July, M. Urunetlere wna educated...

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. — 9 January 1894

a THE HAWAIIAN STAR I'llllI.IAIIKI) '.VKItV AFTISItNOON KXOKI'T SUNDAY. ' TllltJIH I'llTV tllWT A 3IIIS1 II IN AllVANdlL A VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Jil'iiSbAY EVENING JANUARY 9. '804. NO 2,2 -OFFICIAL -"iJiltlSCTOItY. 1'ltOVISIONAI. (lOVHIlNMHNT Of TUB HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. KXKCUIIVE UoU.S.CII- o.H DolB, Prosl.Unt of tlio 1'rulvslonal Gov- 'eminent-of tli Hawaiian Mauds, and Minister ot Foreign AITalr. .1. a; Klnit. Minister ofthn Inferior, s. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Kiiiltli, Atlorney-ileneial. jVnvinfCouxcii. V il. Itreh. Vlee.l'ralitnl of thatovls- lonal (lovernmentaf flie llavrtly lluniMjj Cecil llrnwn, r.. i. lennoj. " Joint Noil, CI. Unite, loliii Kim. W, K. Allen, .lames P. Morgan, Henry Waterhoiiso. 'd.Silhr, A. Voiuur, .1. 1'. Menilonca, W. C. Wilder, John Kliiinellltli. ('. T.,Uudicers, Secretary Kieeutlve mid Ad visory Councils. . MtpHKMK U'llinr. linn. A. V. .Itidd, Chief .Illative. Hon. II. F. Illckerton, First Aasoi late Justice. Hon. V. E. Frenr, ee...

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. — 9 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY. JANUARY j, 1894. 4 . . Tim Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT 8UNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WALTKW U. BilITU, liKURUt: MANHON, - MihiokIuk Editor, Dullness Manager, mraiCKiPTioN hatch. IVi Yeur In Advance, -I'er Month In Ailvanoe, -ruiftgu, per Year In Advance, - d.00 JO 10.0b Auvr.nTisi.NO hates: Jtalra lor transient and rctrularndvertlslng nu be obtained at the publication umce. Toptuuro nroinnt ln.frllon nil advertise ments must bo delivered ntthe Business Olltee before 1 1. m. Mutual Tclephouo Number 305, Hell Tele pliutiu 150. TUHS DAY, JANUA11Y , 1SSU. Tint Royalist papers iin-iji,ie tliat a row is brewing between the Annexation party anil the Provi sional Government. Undoubtedly tlie wish is father to the thought. It is time enough to talk about trouble when an issue of right be gins to divide the men "whose com mission the Government holds" and who are "the only earthly authority whi.'h the Government tecogni...

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. — 9 January 1894

Si if THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY, 9, 1894. u " 4 1 , 11 --. 'K GOING INTO SEALING. Till! IIVSINKS8 THAT MJCCKKIIH Ol.ll WllALINfJ UAVH. Nienmer Oet the !nne nail Oil YVInil. JummttrB in the Kookorlrft-MAlerlftt for n FlM-qitr, Tills heyday of Beat-hunting nearly parallels that halcyon epoch now having life onlyin n wealth of reminiscences and that expressive volume condenued In the few words, " the good old whal ing tlmi s." The advent of steamers has bo modernized the oil and lione business that those who knew it so well in years ngono now And it hut a mocking mem ory. Whaling voyages by wind jam mers" are made practically Impossible. A couple of steamers Inst season brought into Han Francisco more of the cash representative of the big denizen of the Northern waters, thnn did a Meet of i score of the schooners, barks, mid bark ontines in the field. It is like tho forloin story of tho old plainsmen seeing thn mule train and the bull train supplanted and derided and cast asi...

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. — 9 January 1894

t,s. Tim HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY JANUARY 9. iRr)t. MRS. PHILIP H. SHERIDAN. Sh Uvea In WttttiliiKtnti Rurroumleri by Memento nf tltn General, The widow of (Imrrnl Bherldim nnd Ills three children Mill live In the lnrno ntul handntnc home In which theKenernl nsed the lt year of hli llfo. It In In tlio cc liter of the liialitmriblR district In Wnnhlntrton, nnd ItsMto loneof tho most desirable of the numerous tt'iiinglc Into which the Cnp ltnl City li tut up. The exterior of the home In of iliiln nil brick, but It Is relieved of monotony by nil sorts of hiippy archi tectural expedients, while the Interior Is cut up Into rooms of many picturesque shapes, with rpialnt nd cozy corners that euhatice their artistic vnlue. 'i'he furniture anil decorations are rich, handsome unci luxurious but In the beitnf tAite nud show lug n keen appreciation of the niceties of combinations that could easily be made iticonuruous. Mementoes and portraits of the general ahouudonev- MM. rillLIF II. SlIMMtlAS. ...

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. — 10 January 1894

,1- V.' lMlOVISIONAL (lOVKIlNMKNT OF TIII3 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. V s EXKOUTIVIS OOU.NCIti. S. U. Dolo, l'roslcUnt of the 1'rulvnlonal flov- ernroent of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foielgn Affalrn. J. A. King, Minister (if llm Interior. K. M. Damon, Mlntstcrof Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorncy-tlenernl. Auvisoiiy Council K, M. Hatch, Vice-President of the Provls I lonal Uovcminent of the Hawaiian Inlands, Cecil Brown, E.D.I cnney, John Nott, C. lloltc, John Ena. W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Walcrhouso, Ed.Suhr, , A.Yotiiur, J. 1". Mendonca, W. C. Wilder, John Emmeluth. C. T. lloilgers, Secretary Execntlvo and Ad visory Councils; SUI'KKMB UOUItT. H.n. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. 11. F. Ulclicrton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Krcar, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith. Chief Clerk. (leortte Lucas, First Deputy Clerk. C. F. Petorson, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. Cincurr JtiDOKS. First Circuit : II. E. Cooper, W. A. Whiting, Oahu. Second Cir...

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