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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY. .JANUARY t6, 1894. The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON ' EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION. Ltd. aS'ai.tku a. smith. Manaln Editor, UKOnUE M ANSON, - IJuslncKS Malinger. ' KUIWCU11T10N HATES. IVi Year In Advance, ... Per Month In Advance, -I'OielRii, iwr Ycnr In Advance, - 10.00 .60 10.00 TUESDAY, JANUAltY 10, 1894. THIS DAY A YEAR AGO. The sixteenth of January is itself a holiday of moment. A year ago it sounded the notes of preparation and heralded a morrow of historical deeds. The reader of the brief account of the day's proceedings which appears elsewhere in the Star, will be reminded of the memorable work done under the roof of Kaueuil Hall and within the walls of the Philadelphia State House where the preliminary movements of the colonial uprising were wrought out. The speeches then were no less fearless and patriotic than those which rang through the Honolulu armory a year ago this afternoon. Said the Hon. Win. C. Wi...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY, iG, 1894. JANUARY 16T11, 1893. C1AT1IKIUNO AT TIIK AltMOKY A vkar'aoo TO-DAV. Safety Committee lleport Declaration of Independence Spcechen that were Marie. n--: A year ago to-day thu big mass meet ing was held In the Armory. Nearly 1500 citizens responded to tlio cull of tho Committee of Safety. After the exciting nnd significant events of the preceding forty-eight hours It was pretty well un derstood that all who appeared thus en listed In the fight against the oppressions of the revolutionary, ruler. This was the largest and essentially tho most Im portant public meeting ever held in Honolulu. Hon. W. C. Wilder was chairman. He said he took the ikM as n duty, not as an honor. "We do not meet as revolu tionists," ho concluded, "hut as peaceful citizens who have, tho right to meet and state their grievances. We will main tain our rights nnd have the. courage to maintain them." Hon. I.orrin A. Thurston rose to read the report of the Committee of ...

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. — 16 January 1894

sr. THE HAWAIIAN STAR Tt'IT.DAY JANUARY iG. 189.1. m ft TO MAKE A JUNGDOM. THIS IS WHAT THE BARON HARDEN HICKEY PROPOSES TO DO. II I'lAiit tti CVIonlto an ItnlnlialiltPil Is lam! Which Mm Sptm lluu.lrr.I JIIIm OR the Suutli Atlnntlo Comt Some ! tnres of tli llHron'ii Career. The Huron James A. Harden-IIIckcy.tho plctitresquo son-in-law of John II. Flnijler, Ftnndard Oil million-lire, has n new tclicmo 0110 that will stir thelmnglnatlons cf nil men who have dieamed ilronmsi one that, If successful, will put hlni In the most enviable, of nil positions mi Independent sovereign (monarch of allliesurveys), with out the. Crusoe curse of lack of human so ciety. He proposes to take nn uninhabited 1s lnnd In the south Atlantic, to peoplo It, to found a small but Ideal kingdom and to make It not the least nmons the nations of the earth. Thellaron llarden-IUckey has done a good many unusual mid Interesting things In the course of his life, llohns cm barked upon many novel enterprises. Hut this...

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 January 1894

STAR. IIIII.IMIIKII niimsi I'll TV (HINTS A .MII.VTII J IN AllV.t.MII). fKVKUV AKTIIIt.NOON KXCKI'T RUNDAV. VOL II. HONOLULtJ HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY liVKNINCr JANUARY 18. 1894 NO THE HAWAIIAN sv Bfv. - r- it. -OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. lPlioVIAION.lt. OOVItllNMKXT OP Till! HAWAIIAN .1RI.ANIIS. ExECVJTlVK COUNCIL H. II. Dole, Preldjnt of the l'rolvslonal flov. eminent of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of tli Interior. B. 51. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Hinltli, Attomoy-Ueneral. ADVlSOItV COBKCII- F. M. II ilcli. Vlce,-l'reslileut of the Provision al fiovemment of the Han aliau Islam'. Cecil Brown, E. 1). Tenney, John Nott, C. Untie, John Ena. W. F. Allen, James F. Morsan, Henry Waterhouse, Ed.Stinr, A.Younn, J. P. Mondonca, W. C. 'Wilder, John Emmeluth. C. T. Ilodrers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Hurimis 0'iuiiT. Hen. A. F. Judd, Chief JubHco. Won. II. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frcar. Second Ass...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 18 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STA'R I II U (ISDiW j jWpfeR iS", m i'i "Nfcifci 'm tTiut Hawaiian Star. l'UllMSHKl) KVKRV AITKHNOON KXCBPT SUNDAY U TIIE HAWAIIAN STAR NCWPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. VmWKii a. hmitii. MmkuiIhs Urtltor. WftMueM Mnnier. JKuRBB MANfON, - KnmeiurtiM riATnt. Ijl'ri Yer In Adrnnm, ... ','$lw Monlli In Advance, - . J0.CO M 10.00 (KOrelRn, per Year In Adranoe, - TilUltSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1894. JANUARY 17TH. Within the memory of the oldest inhabitant there has been no more IliisniritiE holiday than that of Tartu afy :7th. This is not alone due to the events it stood for. A fact of but less significance was in the way it was received by the natives who have been so strongly counted on to swell the following of the lost cause. They flocked to the recep tion at the Executive building and paid sincere honors to the Chief of State, and hundreds of them par- v.tTu kv.ii , 1 1 kit uiiiuioiaivaiiv. (,uvn j will, in tile splendid lestivities ot the evening. The day was one of rejoicing and s...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 18 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN S1AK, THURSDAV, JANUARY. 18. .894. WAS A DAY OK DAYS. COMPLRTK RM'CF.tH Of TIIK FIIIRT IH'.I.I'.IIHATION. League riK Knlliit Mllllnrj- 1'nraile Iteceptlnn Meeting llrrnratliins-Fireworks, The celebration program was carried through with a dash. There was no variations from the proceedings ax an nounced In advance. Tlio weather was absolutely perfect. The feeling was enthusiastic. So far ns could bo ob served none helil aloof from the occasion. It seemeil that nearly every lnxly in the city was heart and soul in the observ ance of tho first regular Fourth of July for Hawaii. A little coterie which wandered about in holiday attire at tempted to wet blanket the affair but found Its mission the saddest sort of n failure anil was actuallv compelled to , ii .1 .t-i. . i, become an distinguishable part of the tlio. 10th and on the morning of the 17th this worthy contingent circulated .rumors designed, to frighten people. The scare scheme uncarried completely. Even the roundabo...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 18 January 1894

f 7 PL Soman ok da hint,. WHNC8SS SALM-BALM'S BXPIWI- NCM THROUGH THREE WARS. '8lie3lrrlwt a Trlncn Nertln In llii Union tinny. I'nlliiwril Him l Slnlm Hint Siitnl Ilia l.UV.Tlim I" llm I'mummI'mih- Ian Wht, Where He Wat Killed. ftkwrlnht, 1WI. by American l'teee AworU tlon. llnok tight renened. OVK nt olRlit mill n heart 1 v 11 tlmniKli IIih Inn gllHK of tlte ejiK ii a (1 v r in ii n prince ueiirlnRtlie I nion lilui1 wiw the liptrlnnltiRof n HTe miiiiitico for AttneI,eclercntnti nttrws Muttering in the cay circles of till- rnpltnl In (liu enrly ilnyi of (lio ivnr. Hand 1ST lieloniH'il on 1 liu taff of hU fellow countryiniiii, (enernl LnflU Illenkcr, mill one afternoon while (ho nnny lay in front of WmOiliifctnn, JIN Leclereq wiw Included with H piuty of vis itor from (1h Capital City who went (lie roumli of (lie ramps In w (In- lnhts. The prince wns Introduced, but couldn't eouverxo in i:ngll-h. foment thewonien, Hininig them the future prlnces kne no other tongue, Wit yofteye look...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 January 1894

kiaivtiiTioW THE HAWAIIAN STAR J Ttlllt.ISIIKtt - KVIillV AFTI!llN(ON ,! ' TliltMR! 1 9 J I'll TV C'li.STS A MONTH J IN AnVAMIK. I'.XCKPT SUNDAY. 9 VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. FRIDAY EVENING JANUARY i9. 1894 NO 250 if .1 OFFICIAL . DIltKOTOIlY. HOVISIONAI. flOVKKNMKMT )K THE HAWAIIAN 1RI.ANIIS. Kxecltivk Council S. II. Doto, Presldant of Hid I'rolvalooal flov. eminent of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. , J. A. Klnu, Mlulsterof the Interior. 8. M. Damon, Mlnlsterof Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-Oencral. Anviaoitv Council I". M. It itch, Vice-President of the Provision al (loternment of the Hawaiian Inland. Cecil Drown, E. 1. 'Isnney, John Nolt, C. Hollo, Johiflina. V. K. Allen, jniues K. Morgan, Henrr Watcrliouso, Ed.Snnr, ' A.Younir, .1. P. Mcmlonca, W. C. Wilder, John Kmmelnth, C. T. Rodgers, secretary Kxecntlve nnd Ad vlsory Councils. HUl'ltEME U..UIIT. ltsn. A. F. .Tudd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Ulckerton, First Assoclato Jnstlcc. Hon. W. E. Frenr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 January 1894

I THE HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY; JANUARY iy, IOQA. W. fiiE Hawaiian Star. ' PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WALTKH a. SMITH, (4K0IU1K MANBON, - ManasInK Editor, Btnlnem Manager. RunscnirrioN hati. IVi Year In Advance, ... l'cr Month In Advance, -I'oicIrii, et Year In Advance, - ie.co .so 10.00 'HI DAY, JANUARY 19, 1391. A LARGER COUNCIL. The question of once more mak ing the Advisory Council a repre sentative hody is one to which the public and the party organizations are giving a great deal of thought. The title which the Council now bears is derived from the Commit tee of Safety which was appointed nt an Annexation mass meeting. So far as the original selections went the Council was representa tive in a wide and popular degree. Mr. Damon, Mr. Andrew Drown, Mr. Thurston, Mr. Morgan, Mr. Kmmeluth, Mr. McCandless, Mr. Ashley and Mr. Mc Chesney, stood for a variety of Ha waiian interests outside of sugar, which had a right to be hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 19, 1894. 3 CAPTAIN WHITE'S SCHEM15. 11 v. WANTS TO ISIJI'I'I-Y SALMON TIIK 18I.ANI1S. lllrrct l'rnm tliu Columbln-l'lnii Vi-r-fecteil He Fiirnlfllicn CltniitPi' ihi Aniiexntlnti. "lam coming back hero and engage In business so soon as wo know It annex ation Is to bo postponed or not," snld Capt. M. White of the American sealing schooner J. Epplnger. "I propose," he continued, supplying the market with salmon. I havn connections on the Columbia river. Troperly equipped I will sail into that stream, loud up and como direct to Uonolulu and other Hawaiian ports with salted salmon that middlemen will never see. Tliero will bo no profits for the San Francisco peo ple and by my method I can make prices that will be much better than the present figures. I have had this scheme in mind for somo timo and have suc ceeded in interesting good men at both ends of tho line." Captain Whlto Is himself a shrewd business mun of means. He owns part of tho Eppingcr, m...

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. — 19 January 1894

Tllf' HAWAIIAN' STAR KliitJAV JANUARY 19. iPyj, GEMS IN VERSE. Mf CrlttrUm. 1 win unlmsli my fancy If rwi whh Anil limit for phfintpnin, Mioit mi airy bum Ami brhi? ilown airy llkt Hhtxnl. Some ll iMAtkml cunningly ti look Uko royal truth And cheat tlic shooter, while King Frt (me free. Or elw tome tmneo nf reftlltj That Uoubl will hanOl nnd reject ft fnle, Ak for conjecture, 1 tan Uncart Ihc ky Mko any -;hUuvv, but If yni lntlt On ktiuwleilge tliut oulrt kuMo a pair of feet HUM to lleOmar, ncrnoi tlio Moorish bounds, A mtilo that tl renins of oliunbllntf mcr stones It better Mori'il. George Knot. Iiet ami F!illoiiottier nil Unmeti. Bhakeprnre wild that woman'a tickle. 1IU opthioiiMte revere. Hut he had old fashioned notions. Uelen dead this many a jear. Kroivntni: tatd they all Inte great men, whether jom?or whether oldj That w like a trod ntid man combined In one to charm aud fnldt Could q make her n the man, said Tennjaon, meet lore worn slain. And there I no fairer picture than ...

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 January 1894

V .HaPf J KVKMY AFTKItNOON ' H ui M MEmI I l f 111 I WWls. J ' 'V (tl!l A .MON1H "111 'M KXCKIT HUNIIAY, JLL 1 fl JLJLidLJL WW JPSlJL fc AJU JL 1 etw JL JL JLliy I.V AllVAMIl!. ! S -mK&:; - W. . AS ' , '. .S. A V . n 'I Rfl l" l" 'f iSl&ilUi' NG UU. I .TiTivini"i SJo lnnvt THE HAWAIIAN Mecca as a , OFFICIAL- DIRKCTORY. attorney at law. "J?-, fttUIIIU IVIdll Oi bUf MRHpsr uui.uuui,u,, .., , HAH UCDG Artitvvs unu innl. T1 ll jm(,,f.H omto.Ourtwrhihtirhlg. Commissi,.,, U.reh.iita and Importers . - I UniMKUIVtf. XU K N N 'sMSS.;. . i t i II.-. .. 5 llosoi.ui.tr. Hawaiian Iki.anim. BlLtC:'' " iinVIHIONAtlflOVIillN.MKNTOIl'TIlK J. ALFRED MAGOON. San Francisco Office, SIS Front St. DRAW EXCIIANGK ON ATTOHNKY iiml COUNSELOll-AT-LAW. ,., oniMlTlvn P CfWO : v im i, iwu. r.w ii. w..sciiMini & bOiSo. r- . - HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Onto, 42 Merchant btrcet, V,- ' Honolulu, II. I. IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION ifosfo.. ' MERCHANTS. AHfe- KXKCUTIVR COHNCIU 3MLV' .lo,c, , ' ATIOIWEY AT LAW AND NOT...

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 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY. JANUARY 20, 1894. 1- The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WALTER . SMITH, HKOItGB MANbON, - Managing Editor. Buitnoai MHtiagur. Minscnir-rios hatek. I'ei Yenr In Advance, - 50.00 Pep Month In Advance, - ,50 ItiiplRn, por Ycnr in Advnnee.- - 10.00 SATU11DAY, JANUARY L'O, 1891. the mm of the day. A co.MPMrri: itr.oAi'iTlu.ATtoN i IlVHMs, Mumill'. CiiM.r SMI! l.onklliE l'p lit M'lttlilngtun llrnzllliiii himI Oilier I'ihHkii Mutter. Tho general tenor of the Hawniiati news is favorable to tlie Provisional cause. Friends of tlie Government are testifying lieforo tlio Nonato Committee on Foreign AfTnira ;. there nro rumors of a protectorate for tlie Islands, and Judge Ilolman, tlio Democratic lender of tho Home, haa taken action totliat end; and the perplexity and etnbnrass .inent of tlie Administration hao in- creneeil, HUT TALKS ON HAWAII. M llim. CtiiiH Ton I'lir tn Let tin Mutter !rit, W...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 January 1894

V THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY, 20, 1894. I, H K MADK A STATEMENT. llONOHAIU.i: V. C. .IONKM WAS 111!- roHH Tin: committi:i:. Mow Die Imilllrjf In Using L'or.clurlnl Colourl Spulilhic i on lUml Sjiii- imtliy For IIrwaII. Hon. r. C. Jones, direct from thn United States, was lying down In Ills room when a Stak rejiortcr called till morning. Ho was BiiiTering with neu ralgia. The pain had made his last night ' on tho Mariposa a sleepless one. He was quite willing, however, to talk for the Hawaiian public. After making a business trip to Boston, Mr. Jones visited Wnshlngton, and on Jiumnry 2d, appeared beforo the Seimto Special Uommltteo on oiralrs connected witli the nil engrossing toi io of annex ation. Chairman Morgan was kind noss itself. He is a firm friend of Iln wail. Senator Fry was very friendly. Ho is ono of this country's staunches! supporters Even Senator dray who it the rcnrescntatlve of Mr. Cleveland, could scarcely conceal sympathy for tho cause. Ills cross-cxaimn...

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 January 1894

,. r, , fnllnuni, not n llttlo lull rcMcd In knmr ON SEA AND HY LAM) howtkoy would Krtitlmm The twin rnr J M tV "n 1 J1 rllUm.old in-blnned carpet ha, nnd ADVENTURES AND INCIDENTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. FAR An llirltlng Itaee fur a Vliiln In XMti ttin Vnli of Tlirro Nnllnm .lain Al. tliiiucli t'ntlurril bjr lliti Ymikrr, It W4 I.oul Thrmicli Trlrkrr. tCorsf Iglit, ISO, by Atiirrlcan I'roj Aocl. tln. i Tho Nnmnd, whaler, 000 tons burden, wim bentliut to windward under cay Hall nloiif? the 1ko of nu Ice pack, Willi an IlnplNh Bclioomr to mrt ami n UiiMlau Imrk to Mnrlwnnl, when, nlmoit tdmul- ' tnticouly, lookouli nil the three vemels ftlKhtctl a dead whnle ninlil boiuo Iooe Ice. I wiw nU'cplnK when the cry of the lookout nml n stamping of fret brought mo out of my berth nml ruihliiR to tho deck. Tho Nomad wai polnlHl townrd tho whalo without delay, mid tho English man and tho llnnlnu loH no time In put ting down their wheel and heading for tho prize, which, belnit loose, according to t...

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. — 22 January 1894

HAWAIIAN - i riiTV tiii.vis-. ;nirrii J.V AliVAMOK, HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. MONDAY EVENING JANUARY 22, 1894 NO 25s H.' -UVKUV AITil.lNIION I M E W WRpJt KXUKIT NtlNDAV JL JtuJIlH gf IllJi M mm' ' ' VL M' lmm&:.L. VM.MMnr 1 1 lUlMfnTMlfV J .lMltNAIeTllVHltNMr.NT OK Till! .KXRCUTIVH CotlKCII. 8. n. Dole, 1'resld.nt o( the l'rolvslnnal Oov crnmcnt of the Hawaiian Islands, and 31lnlstcrof ForelKiiVVffalrs. J. A. King, Minister of tho Interior. 8. M. Damon, Mfnlattr ot Finance. W. O. Hmlth, Attorney-Ueneral. Anvisoitr Cotixcit. K. M. Hatch. Vice-President of the Provision aUiovcrnnitntof thollawallan Island. Ceoll brown, K. D. 1 oiiney. Mi At ts- H J"""' ' J"S!L Wl a ' C. T. IlodKere, Secretary Executive ana ah- vlsory Councils. Surnr.MR Coiiht. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief JubUco. Hon. 11. F. Ulckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith. Chief Clerk. , Ueorge Lucas, First Deputy Clerk. O. F. Peterson, (second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones,...

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. — 22 January 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY. JANUARY 22, 1894. 111 ik Hawaiian Star. : t'l'Um.tniiHD kvkhy ai'thhmooh BXGHI'T SUNDAY 1 1 V 1 1 I HAWAIIAN MrAM NKVSl'Aa I'MR ASSOCIATION, Lid. uii'in i. "Mini, Mntmalitft Hilllnr. UKOIni: HANSON, - KIIIWI'IIIITKIN MATIK. 411 Yir fn Aiivsdin, - 'I'M MlXlttl 111 AllvillKI!, - Hoii'lii, (icr Year In Advance, - 10.0(1 AllVKUTIMNO HATKH: IIiiIm lor tmmicnt mid regular lulvertl'liiK mil Ijo obtained tit the inibllaitlon oniro. J'owmiru prompt insertion alt rtdverltw- nic-nto limit, ho delivered at the lltwIneM twice before 1 i. 111. .MONDAY, JANUARY 1S9I. WHAT OF THE EX-QUEEN ? The news of Saturday ought to convince the ex-Queen that the restoration cause will have no more aid from the United States Govern ment. Manifestly Mr. Cleveland is trying to get out of the trouble which his folly has led him into and he is having the help of the Democrats in Congress. All hands want to rescue him and his party by making either Gresham, Blount or Willis a scapegoat and ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 January 1894

TME' HAWAIIAN 'STAR, 'MONDAY, JANUARY, 22, 1S9.1. f i f r: l'LAKTEUS IN COUNCIL. TWIW.ITII ANNUAL JtlilON Ml Tlir.llt ASSOCIATION. I.almr yiirnllii-i:l'Tll"PlltHl Klllllnll Clllilll '! l'i'i llllyrra Now Olllrrr. At this mornings ailiotirnoil inwtlnir l'-y ofrtii.l-r wmo mi the ruck, of the twelfth minimi ei-slon of tluJlho crlmrrt clmrK, . rnnKui nnil wiricil Planters' Ivilior mid Hupply Company, members wcru present ell ner in person or by proxy. I lesldent Irwin whs in llio chair, anil Secretary W. O. Smith was nt his desk. A report wm ra ulliy Sacrotary Smith. Onu of the chief matters ilf innrnllnjr at tention was the labor question. Japs now predominate in numbers ns Held hands. Efforts to Ret more of them are met with u difficulty In the way of nuf rnRe agitation. There is nlso exception to having all excess of men of oue na tionality. Since October , 181)2, the In borers Imported trom Japan number 4045 men nnd 075 women. Test nnd blight, heretofore unknown, appeared about a y...

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. — 22 January 1894

- THE HAWAIIAN MONDAY JANWARV 22. 1894. Fa. Hrnmmmf r -r the nllMrtHu of evtrj-oue ami mtwMl ntu I QlUiiliJUUS l' itUfll ill I W "? "Uniiwjt im Winn, to ,- irmttwl in ilrctrt. "fewakln nUwutllftln." beam tho old tlmw, Inn U!f isndng way : "lyjys naow huln'tnlmt they litcr l, not by n long GEMS IN VERSE. A TRIO OF REMARKABLE ADVENTURES AND INCIDENTS. hot.' I Jul Smith rtorateu lbl, Imt the old nmii rui null mi nunrpiy, rum iihiimk : ".tiM you hIipI mi liulilln nil let lu'im' Iwjy i'Wu lmi it ehiilntt'. Know, I wiy Hf nlil Mleni, niiy of n, uiuld 'n' lifted niiy of 1hw youiic Kprnout uh tlilnk tliey'tv so rtml llivil Kinnrt nil their Imll llililly ilnru loud. I nter lie iiltlo n l.ul, tlmuith dome of jo mightn't tlilnk It now the roomytlx mi newml'gy linvo Inkeii tho simp 1111 rinufiur nout of me. Hut I illill I tut 11 record 11 f tilt back hpcN, nil there wurn't no doily in noiir tnunu uould liolil it cntiiilo to uic, by guiding t "lltil tlie lilgKMt thing Icvirdld I ilone thellrst t...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 23 January 1894

tr. THE HAWAIIAN l'lmi.tsiustf KVHtlV AI'TKUNUOK lJXOlSI'T SUNHAY. . I VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY SVTV ilk " TKItMSI I JLA BST 4 TV (HINTS A MIIMtl J -JB JL wMmmMm msa $ in ai.vam i:. iH IiV UlNUNLr JAINUAKY 23, I894 NU. 253 m XJIH r i1 It ,. .,1rL.. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I'llOVISIONAI, OOVKKNMIINT Ol' THK HAWAIIAN I.sr.ANKS. KXKCUTIVK COUNCIL S.ll. Dole, President ot tho l'rolvslooal Oov erntnent of the Hawaiian Inlands, and Jllnlsterof Foreign Allaire. J. A. Kin,;, Minister of thn Interior. 8. M. Damou, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-Uenernl. Auvisnitv Council F. M. Hatch, Vlce-I'roslrlent of the Provision al Uocrnment of the Hawaiian Island Cecil llrown, E. I). 'I ennoy, John Nott, C. llolle. John Eua. W. F. Allen, james P. Morgan, Henry Wnterhouse, Ed.Sunr, A. Young, J. P.'Mendoncn, W. C. .Wilder. John Emuieluth. C. T. Hodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. HUI'IIEMK Coukt. linn. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. II. F. lllckcrton, First Ass...

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