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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 10 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10, 1894. The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED BVKRY AFTERNOON tvXCKI'T SUNDAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION. Ltd. WAl.TKIl O. SMITH. UKOKUtt MANSON, JtaunnlnR EJItor, Bu.llnem Mullsrjor, MIllSCIIIITIOS HATKt. I'd Year In Advance, -l"er Month lit Advance, -tuielRii, lcr Year In Advance, - J9.00 .50 10.00 AllVKIlTlSINO HATES: lintel lor transient nnd reKUlurndvertLliiif mn Iw obtained nt the liubllcatlon olllce. 'J'oeecure prompt Insertion nil ndvcrtlse fTienta mint bo delivered nttlie Business . Olllce belbre 1 p. in. Mutual Tclephono Number sua. Hell Ti-lo litinnu 150. WKDNKSDAY, JANUARY 10, 18!M. With the help of a restaurant waiter who brought him a pistol with his dinner, Chris Evans, the outlaw, has escaped from the Fresno jail and taken to the woods. In the course of the affair he shot one man. The waiter went with him iu his flight and both were being, nt last accounts, pursued by a posse. As Evans is a skilled mountaineer and will b...

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. — 10 January 1894

, ."'it TIIEHMAWAI1AN STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, io, 1894. KKUI'KU OF THE TIME. liDHiNKss or surri.YiNti tiii: muni oi-iiciai.i.y, l'rof. C. .1. I.yuni' Ilellrate anil l-liaclltig Tk-Variety nf Fine Inttriiuif-iitii- lltlllly. At an Important iiieetini: a feu ovonlngs ago an able gentlcinnti lately coino to (lio Islands was making a strong add r 038. His expression of Hcnti ments was no lean moving than Ills manner wns iittrartlvr. tin lmil the closest attention of tils mnllence. About a tiilnuta past H tlio speaker closed iiuitu abruptly. Tlieru wuro culla of "go on," etc., but the. orator declined to t-ontlnuu anil close, observers noticed that for some inoxpllcublo reanon tlio eloquent visitor bail bocoine offended. lie seemed surprised wben bis iiiiiliutiru crowded forward wllb beiirly congrat ulations. At the first oppoi timl ty tlio stranger called a friend usido and said: "What In the world was the matter- It seems now that I pleased them. The way they were consulting their wa...

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. — 10 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN BTA? WEDNESDAV JANUARY to. i89. 4 THE P0LAH PROBLEM DESPERATE SCHEMES DEVISED BY WHICH TO SOLVE IT. Th Krofen llftiitl of Poor l)e Lonff A flreivftntil Picture Commander MM- Hip.' l'cettlliir Idea w Arctlo PrnJ. rets Drifting In llio Polar Sen. tSiteclal Correspondence! Was lltxoToK, Dec 4. There liiw Wen a Hidden revlvnl of Interest here, ai else tvhere, In nrctlc work. Washington con tntns quite n number of men who have nl ready made recoriU lu the frozen north, and by no otic nrc tho two nrctlc ventures now In progress more carefully watched than by those veterans of the mu and Ice, Lieutenant Grcely of the aiW'nnd Commander Melville of the navy. Neither Greely nor Melville Is likely to go again to tho nrctlc, though thu latter has not lost his ambition In th.ttdlrectlon. Hchaa had experiences which would Induce any ordinary man resolve never to repeat them, hut Commander Melville Is not an ordi nary man. lie is a great big fellow, large of bono and muscle, and with ...

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. — 11 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY n, i8y4 I Hl ii riiTv iiiTs . Mo.vtii dilH. W mMm JLiaJL m&m W O is Ai.v.t.Mia W 1 :, . OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. h ".4- - ----.--..'-'' fiiii-inwuv lit." T" I , 1." HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. KxECUTtVK COUNCll S. 11. Dole, Prosldant ol the ProUslonal Gov- eminent of the Hawaiian minims, Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Mlnlstor of Hie Interior. B. M. Damon, Minister of Finance W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisout Oilmen.. F. M. Hatch, Vloe.rreslilent of the rrovls .U. 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 ill.-. ! . "lonalOovcrnmcnlof the Hawaiian Islands Cecil Brown, E. D.lenney, John Nntt, .tohn Kna. James F. Morgan, Ed. Suhr, J. I'. Mendonca, 0. Unite, W. F. Allen, Henry Walerhouso, A. Younir, W. C. Wilder, IUIUI D1U1UC1UIUI , C. T. llodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad. vlsory Councils. HuritKMB t'OUUT. Hen. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Hlckerton, Flrel Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Krear, Second Associate Justice. Henr...

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. — 11 January 1894

,k tfrltt HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY. JANUARY n, iHm. I I I 'V M lilt HAWAIIAN DTAR. j TAR. fUllMSIIBD KVEKY AKTUKNOON HXCHl'T SUNDAY IIY tllU HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSPA PUR ASSOCIATION, LU. WAtiMIl (I. HMIT1I. HNUlittH MANKOK, - MMMffimc Hdlum MIIWOHIITIOM IIATW. Wi Tear In Ailmnra, - - f9 Vet Menllt In Ailvunco, - M fuirtjfii, per Yir In Ailnn, - - 1Mb AHVHHTIS1NII IIATBS: Unli'H lor transient nml regular nil ralllii mn be obtained nt tho publication ollloe. To won re prompt Insertion nil Brtvortlw inentu imut lie delivered nt the Biwlnem Uillra before 1 1. m. THUH8DAY, JANUARY 11, 18Jt. OUR INDEPENDENCE DAY. A celebration of January 17th is opposed in print on the ground that it would interfere with the harvesting of cane and the grinding of sugar. Should that fact stop proceedings now it would do so on the next .17th of January as well, and so on ad infinitum. There would he no future respect paid to the Hawaiian independence day, all on account j of the thrift of sugar men. The Fourth of...

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. — 11 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY, n, 1894. "A, A IUG LOT OF IDI.KIIS. (JO II PLAINT (II VAIIUANT tllllNhXI! IN TOW.V, ll-mlres nf tli Unite,! NnrUlr-Wmil More Power Man to Import t.'millr. Front China A gentleman nttuclieil to one of tin Cabinet ofllcea Inw lieeti npproarlicil by u representative o( the. United C'lilm-ao Society with a request for mtvIiii in tlie way of Inlliienco. I'recldent (loo Kim, Ki-cretarv Chamr Kim nml tbelr annuel ntcK Unci tlie. term of tlieir charter, from their view jioiiit, too restrti'tlve. They wish to bo vested, In wmie mem 11 i-i. u lili tin- wiilii latitude of linuer en joyed l)y thu autocratic Six Cumpnnlea 111 tne unueii Dimes. iiiiiiurKiuiiuiuim uaiiniL-M nil thu functions of Ooveriiment over its adherents. Thu company here wants to go beyond merely extending charitable aid to its coolety meniliers. I'rimnrllv. thev sav. the deinuud unon their treasury by indigent Chinese in more than they can bear. The particular thorn in tho side of thu Un...

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. — 11 January 1894

Rr . 7;.- - - j 4 ' THE HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY JANUARY 11. 189.1. V, IfflR rON MONMOUTH ITEM). OINERAL WASHINGTON AB A MOST IN BATTLE. II UOnlrruM err 1llMilii'ctl mtil IIUTrtio' llnulrrt, lmt llr ll-lalml llll'i III Ihlrk of III I'lRlit mill llnlllril mill l.ril III h1illr lo Vlrlnry. atepy rtaiit, 1 li) AmrlcAii l'irn AmIa' lion. IkwX rllil nwred. Ill: ulllrt Miniptit Ilia llrrnimlunnrjr nrmy lit Vnllry KnrwM ffn aroused mud mnnilnn In May, 1778. by n nllrrliiK roll if drum calling ( lie lrnop-4 ti nrniH, An excited tiiii- rlrr from lieyond thc linen hnd hurt Fin). A courier from Lee nlo overtook wit tin) atonlh- Lafayette with order to lilm to counter ed KiinnliHiiil tcn- i march on Wayne's alamluiu-il position. trliK, not ilrMwlni rein till lie reach ed the iloor of the com 111 a 11 il el ' h tent, bearing the 11 r e K 11 a 11 1 w ar news thnt the HrltUli nrniv of Oenoral Clinton was at that moment iilMiiiilouliut l'lillnilelpliln nml croslmt thu Delaware i h iluty to follow Iih...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 12 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STA P A A A A S Aft AA A A AArfftAA rt AV) J '1 HtOiRI J I'lfTY (JUNTA A MONTH J" IN AHVAMII!. FUBLHHKD uvtinv Artr.nwoov . I ;XCI5PT HUN DAY. fVOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. FRIDAY EVENING JANUARY 12. 1S94 NO 245 t 1 r- r '".OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 iPBOVIskoNAI. OOVr.ItNMKNT OF THH HAWAIIAN IM.AWW. llxRCVTim COUSCII-. - H.' llT jiSte, )remjnt at the 1'rolv'aUmal Bov eminent of the Hawaiian Isbuirts,Hnd Minister of Foreign Affair.--- , J f: King, Minister of tlut Interior. 8. M. Damon, Mlnlsterof Finance. W.O. Smith, Attorney-General. Aovisouv Council F. M. Hatch, Vlce-Vresldent of the rrosls lonalOovernmentof the Hawaiian Inlands. Drown, E. D. Tenner, John Nott, C. Ilolle, W. F. Allen. Henry Waterhouse. A. Youmr, W. C. Wilder. Joh'n Ena. James F. Morgan, Ed. Sllhr, J, P. Mendonca, John Emmeluth. C. T. Kodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Suprtmk OonnT. Hen. A. F.Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Mckcrton, First Associate Justice. Hon.W. E. Frcar, Secon...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 12 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY. JANOaRv ia 1844 ..2 The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION. Ltd. tVALTEH O. HMITH. NKOUUK MANKOX, - Mnnnulnu Editor, finslnras Monngar. nitraciiitTios hates. Vei Your In Advance, - W.00 , Pel Mouth 111 Advnnco, - M Huielffii, tier Year In Advnnco, - - 10.00 ADVEIITISINO IIATB): Kitten lor trnnilcnt nnd regular n J vcrlllng run bo obtained nt tlio publication ofllcc. 'ToMi.'iiro prompt Inrtlon nil advertise ment limit be delivered ntllie limine tllllPB befuro 1 p. in. - - All correspoiulenco relating lo Advertle nients, Sulxcrliitloim ami Job 1'rlntliig should be ndilroMcrt to Ibe Uu!nes Malinger. P. O. Hox. sun. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1891. A NOTE OF WARNING. Unless all signs fail a powerful lobby is now, or will soon be, at work in Washington against the interests of our Provisional Gov ernment. Some time ago it came rather directly from Washington Place that the ex-Queen depended upon the Sugar ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 12 January 1894

li-- .... t ' lfA f. flit T T tfV f"TM I i tutnlmt'auttrt lmtr rtrri tivtiT tt ttttlntin I atn-t i fr'riMta I fit rv'tln I II I ft ttmin i 11 I I !lf iumt niuillltfitfi I ' ' I . Ik 111 I'lll'lll.l, VIA IIP,!. " iiijijijni' ir.miu.ii IV If I IV 14 I I li I II IMUIMIV 1 .inTmH urttur7, MM IIIXA II .A A1 I I I U I V A l i IV .1 I I V 14 ll I I V 14 1 14 iV I V I 1 j SOJIK CAUNTIO I.KTTi:ilS 1'IKIM t'KOI'I.K. lii Tlir u Rugar Coiiiilrncy nil rntf The Heventeentli nf Jntitlnry A oppressed retttlom Editor Stah: As one of tlio watchers on tlie walls of the political Zlon I have een a few tilings In the distant thickets and underbrush which I propose to leu you nbout. Imprimis: When tliu revolution wm on the BUKar men were against us, but they yielded becauso they could not eel Rtahlo government under the monarchy and vera ready to risk getting It with out harm to their lal)or interests under annexation. Still they did not like an nexation. They were afraid of it. Now they are afraid more ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 12 January 1894

THE A TERRIBLE VOYAGE. A LAKE PROPELLER BECAME A TLOAT INQ CHARNEL HOUSE. An Knldemlo Mlilrli ( nrrlr.l OCT I'.lfttity Hti lVrnn tiled Mllliln n lw IIiium After llelng Attacked A Conl ltrrrtlnn ftt Milwaukee A TrHr!irriin A Rent. Tlio Allp1inny wa one of thu best pro lielleriof hcrdny. ShopMcd In tneen lluf falonml Miluntikte. One day In midsum mer, lfdO, rIui left DufTnl o bnrlior on her regular trip. She wat In command of Cap tain Morrison. Tlio pnoiiKcr Hit Included 40 cabin and lufl htivriiKe actiici'ri, tbu latter nil Swcdlib Immigrant". Tlirw were going In n body to Atllnntikco, where sev eral lxi ixli ill of their conntrj nirn Imil pro ccileil them They ere beiiiK fornnrded by comu colonization oocltty anil were. In chargoof n Swede named Jnncii, nn agent of tin) toclety. With the exception of Jan fen, not onu of thee people could speak n wonl of EtifilWi. Their collective wenlth amounted to flOO.OtO In caOi, which was nil In tlio possession of Jnii'rn for safe keeping. The A...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 January 1894

are-- F - i. i m tt t-ti tt a "f t TT A m Ol m a tt 4"' -;sZ;."""""i ?sw.-r.'. " " I m m m m ni ! m u. m mm m mm m mm mmm - n - n v WF-r u...-.: i i 1 a ' iV .'-V. If JE V VOL II. ' HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, oAiUKUAY EVENING JANUARY 13, 1894 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. IMtOVISIONAI. OOVKltSMKNT OV THH HAWAIIAN 1SLAN1IS. HXKCUTIVK COUNCIh 8. II. Cole, President of the I'rolvslonal flov crntncat ot the Hawaiian Islands, ami Minister of Foreign Affairs. , A. King, Minister of the Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of Klimnce. W. 0. Smith, Attorney-General. Auvisoitv Counciu F. M. Hatch, Vice-President of the rroUelon alOovernmontof the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, John Nott, Tohn Ena. James F. Morgan, Ed. Billir, J. I. Mendonca, E. D. Tenner, C. Ilolle, W. F. Allen, !Icnry'Vnlerhbuso, A. Young, W. 13. Wilder, John Einmeluth. C. T. Hodgers, e-'ecrctary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Suphemis Corner. Hsn. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Fr...

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. — 13 January 1894

mi jTiie Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. VAIAl!ll O. HMITH. Hh'onnii MANSON, - MnunsltiK Krtltor. lUilneA4 Mnnngflr. RttlWCltllTlOX HATCH. I'm Ytr In Advance, .... 10.00 111 Month In Ailvnnce, - 0 fiiii'lKM, ir Year In Advnnra, - - lO.Wi SATURDAY, JANUARY 1.1, 1891. THE AMERICAN LEAGUE. The rcinnrkable increase of the American league, a body which I'egnn work in a small way and has now outcrowii its hall, is one ol the significant signs of the times. As its name implies the League is composed of American cithens or their descendents. These men are banded together for annexation pure and simple no monarchy, no planter's republic, no compro mise; nothing but union of the Hawaiian Islands with the United States. The strength of the appeal which all this makes to the loyal masses on Oahu is shown by an accretion of memb.rsuip which is rarely less per week than ten per cent, of the whole" club. It is ex pected that,...

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 January 1894

11 lK HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. JANtMKY, 3, 189.1. WET STANDING TO TIIK A.MKItH.'AN LKAllUK 11111.1)4 IIIU MKK.TINI1. Ami llralflrmi Ita Pnriiirr Arlluli llt-gal-il In the Aitvlftory Cmllirll Other Matter. TI10 meeting of ttie American LvngUQ last night was packed and enthusiastic. A large number of npllcatlonH for membership, tome of llioin from well known clttiens, wero received and ac cepted, nnd the finances of the organiza tion were reported to be In a nourishing condition. president Murray presided nnd several speeches were ninile, ninny of them red-hot ones, on the subject of a Planters' Heptllilic. It was the unani mous and resonant opinion Hint thn Club should oppose sucli a scheme In n body nnd insist upon a continuance, through rain and shine, of the policy of annexation. It was nlno determined that tho policy of securing representi tion In the Councils should bo pressed with vigor and determination. The coininitteo instructed 10 confer with the directors of the Star about...

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 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY JANUARY 13. 1894. ATTJrK TAUIOKNACLE. "A HUNTING SCENl" THSSUBJ6CT Oe DR. TALMAQE'S 8SRMON. llrM'lii. II nut Hi)' Mmld'n l'lmurf In U10 Morning "f l ire )lr Srtrr Divide tin (iirlMluit .spoil In tlie lUriilnc rus ting OR' Itf JM-Iilttiiro. IlltooKLYN, Nov. art. tu the forenoon rtrvlcuitt the Tttheinacle today. Her. Dr. Valuing took for hi Mthject n mrk m fomilile one, "A iluntluK Svene," tlie text Mas fleniKh .Hx, S7, "In tlio mot ijIiik he hall devour tlio prey, ntid nt night lie idmll divide tlie opoil." A few nlgl.t bo "CO men encamped iiIoiik the long 1lnnd railroad wins to b miily for the next inomlni?, which witi the Ilrst "0111 day" for deer huntltiR. He tween sunrie and 2 o'clock In tliu after noon of that day lStlecr were Mint. On the 20th of Octolicr ouruoodntiid forests u- sound wltli theMiockof flrenrnnnntl nro tracked of iwlnters anil wtter bccHUw) the quail nrethenn Ian ml prize lor tliupurts nmii. On n certain day In nil Ilngland jou can hea...

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 January 1894

V rv THE HAWAIIAN ST A l'tmi.IMIKD KVF.ItY AFTUUNOON TIlllMSI ni'TV (III.NTH A .MONTH KXUIil'T MJNIIAY. - - f7 VOL II. HONOLULU jHAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY EVENING JANUARY 15. i8ci NO. 847 ,4 r,- , nr.?-. 4j- jOFEICIAL JJlllECTOllY. IIOVI810NAI. novr.itNMKST OK T1I12 HAWAIIAN 1SI.ANH1. .UxEcnivK Council. H.U. Dole, President ot the ProlVBlonal Oov ornment of tlie Hawaiian Islands, and ' ' 3llnllrrnf Foreign Affairs. J. A. Klne, Mlnlstpr of tlin Interior. B, M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. U. Smith, Attorney-General. Anvisnnv Couscit- F. M. Hatch, Vice-President of the Provision al Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Drown, John Nott, John Ena. James F. Morgan, F.d. Sulir, J. P. Mcndonca, E. D. lennoy, C. Holte, W. F. Allen, Henry Watcrhouso, A. Younir, W. C. Wilder, John Emineluth. C. T. ltodgers, Secretary Executive anil Ad visory Councils. Hupkeme CouitT. lien. A. F. Jodd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Hlckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. E. Frear, Second Associate Justic...

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 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY. JANUARY ij, 1894. ST 1& f IFdiE Hawaiian Star. iPUULlSllBU KVBRY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY iBY TIIi: HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. 'jALTKll (5. HMITH. Managing Etlltor. I3iu1um Mulingtir. lOTHlK MANHON, - fltllUCHlrt'lOM MATES. Vv Vcur In Advance, - - - M.10 " '! v dlWUlll 111 auvnuiT, - 'ruieiRU, per your in Auvance. - 10.CMI MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1891. A RED LETTER YEAR. It is a year since the stirring events of the revolution came to pass and it will be a year day-after- to-morrow since the Provisional Government was organized. Few political administrations ever had their early stages marked by more doleful prophecies and few have, in the first twelvemonth of their lives, more happily refuted .them. Hut a few months ago Claus Spreckcls was to have stampeded the Government by waving a due bill. Where now is the Sugar Haiti's Hawaiian prim. icy ? The taxes were to be refused, but now . they are being paid. The finances of the nation were to ha...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY, 15. 1894. 1 k 1S r J3 I" ft- TWELVE MONTHS AGONE. 11KVI KM' of a cowri.K or LAST JANUARY. A ConiUtulloii That wm not I'rnrlalmril A Mmlileneil Monarch Ciiniiiilllee, if Hatety. Yesterday was the nniuvcrsnry of one, of tlio most Important days of Hid tin. rising which lias wiped out Hawaiian Monarchy. The I4th of January, 18S:i, witnessed the prorogation of the Legis lature and the first open resistance to tlio authority of Ltliuokal.ini. She was forced to forego proclamation (if the new Constitution. lietween 1 and 2 o'clock on the after noon of the 14th the town was throw n into a state of feverish excitement by nows that the Queen was determined that her Cabinet should sign the new Constitution and that she proposed pro mulgating the same at once, l'ollltcnl happenings of the past week lini! heen portontlous and threatening. There had occurred such things as the wantof con. Ildence vote, the secret attempt of the Queen to override her ministers,...

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 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY JANUARY 15. 1 894. SOLDlKIt 110 BT. E. LEE. DEVELOPMENT OF A GREAT GENERAL IN VIRGINIA'S FAVORITE SON. Illlllluiil i:llnll Wlllln Ciiplulu ir l.il glnoera 111 111 Cnmpnltflu In MpIco, 1IU llenlii. Umla-r n Clinlil in tli I'.nrljr lttj of I hp C'tmrmlerAry. tCojiyrlalit, 1SWI, by Amcilcfiu Vnm AmocIh- llull. Ilonis ritflill reecrvru.j OHRHT K. I.V.V. cnmc nut nf the Mi'Xlcnn war with nn emlnblo rec ord, though not 11 brilliant one. Ho lmre tho Bcnrn of battle nndthebrc- .vcU wou on th 1KBL,- i,t 1,W wrv (if lciH had nil nidi tJ"U the rather ob scure department ' V't ...Ml.... ......I. gi's) nwriiiK. Even " mere lie liau inu la tlnuuUheil him self. Scott' victory at Ccrm Oorilo, wlieru the Mexican flauk hail Wen Ilirncu ny a stroke veninrkablo for Its lioldness anil I thoroughness, was due chiefly to Captain ( leV keen foresight anil courage. Tho ; 1 , . l 1 ,.1.1 minlnlti 1 rugK&ti ami aiiuuHv niiim-.-"""- ...... roads were reconnoltercd by him nnd he pil...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 January 1894

HAWAIIAN STAR. mivtsi i'ii tV ci;nt.i a month in AUVAMJK. VOliill. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUIiSDAr EVENING JANUARY iC, 1894. NO. 248 --', KVKKV AFTKItNOON I MA m KXCI5I-T SUNDAY. f aaL LbBh i W.;u-J1 1 y? I V.-VlV ' ;iTCy.W Iff" DIRECTORS. 1'IlflVIHIONAI. OOVEUNMKNT OF THE HAWAIIAN lSLANItS. KXF.CUTIVH Council. 8. II. Dole, Presldant ot the l'rolvslonal Oov ernmeut of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. J, A. King-. Minister of the Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Anvisnnr Covnnu K. M. Hatch. Vice-President of the Provision al Goiernnient of the Hawaiian lnlanc". Cecil Brown, . E. D. 1 eiiney, .John Nott, C. Ilollu, John Kna. W. P. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Walcrhouse, Ed.Suhr,- A.Younir, J. P. Mendonca, W. C. Wilder, John Emineluth. C. T. Rodgers, fecretary Kiecutlve and Ad. vlsory Councils. SurnEUE UouitT. lUn. A. F. Juihl, Chief Justice. Hon. n. F. DIckerton, First Asoclate Justice. Hon. V. E. Frear, Second Asso...

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