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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 23 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY. JANUARY 23, 1894. k ' ft u, IThe Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTUKN00N EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAt.TKIl O. SMITH. ManntrliiK lSdltnr, Iltfl'lti1E MANKON, - Iluilnm Mnnnipr. H . RUIWCllllTIOS IIATKK. l'ei Vir In Advance, - 8H.0" I'oi Month In Advnniu, - " Huicltfn, per Year In Advance.- - I0.CH AllVKIITrsiNO IIATKS: HMv lor transient mill retfuliirndvt'rtMnii mn bu obtained at lliu imhlloutton onloe. To-wure prompt insertion all nderlle lnentn niunt bo delivered ntthe UuhIupvj nitlre urorc 1 p. m. TUKSDAY, JANUAltY at," 1891. THE REVOLUTIONARY BOGY. The calm request of the loyal many for equal representation with the loyal few in the affairs of the common government, strikes our morning contemporary as a menace to law and order. At least that is the way we must interpret the Del phic oracles with which our ajjet! neighbor wreaks itself upon ex pression. "Central American cir cits," "keep all the landmarks of the l...

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. — 23 January 1894

tug Hawaiian star, Tuesday. January, aj, .$1 r AMKU1CANS IN COUNCIL oiii'.i:iiri I Ml m!ii.wi:kki.y (lATiimi or Tin: i.n.wiiti:. Hno lrnlliror An liirriMisti nf lit, Aililsnry .n Ai!flrr-Sippt'h Jink InR-A History. Twclvn initialed, twutily-Kevim pli-ctril to niemburalilp, twenty application re ceived ntul referred to Investigating committer. Till la n lirlrf of tho rr-curil 'of h.itf fi week's Rimvtli of tlio American .eiiguu of Honolulu, Tlio linll lust eveulue; was crowded an usual, It lias liecn necessary to buy chairs every week until now the place will liotd no more. There Im no diminution of en thusiasm and the Americans are a unit on everv proposition endorsed by tlio body, there is the most free and full discussion of all matters laid before meetings. Support of'the Provisional Government, annexation and Hawaiian stability are the wotcliwords. Several lmKrtant questions were up for consideiatiou last night. The one of gieateBt publlo interest was in rela tion to an Increase...

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. — 23 January 1894

11 III HAWAIIAN STAR TUBSDAY JANUARY aj. 1894. UttofflS OF SKNATOKS. MAWV Of THEM OWN MAttMOMC DWELLINGS IN WAiHINTON. A lli'itrrlillnii nf tlif t!lirrtnt MhimIimh Or rtiplril lijr U'Mlllir ImiiIi f llm lp tfr llimf IVw llrirrrnlnllM Omii llntitr nt th (Nittllnl. Vrrrr inemlirr of the hmiw of rrprwcntn tlvwmvn hmiww In WmlilnRlon, lmt many Hi tb tomtom hnvo IIihI. felicity. Thn dif ference In llio If until of tfrin of thn mem Ikts of tlie two IkmIIch N prolmbly qillto ns tontely roioiillU' for UiU dllmllnrlty n the difference In the length of their pupp. for there ore undnulHedly ninny tnoro rep-rw-entntlven In the houw who cnn afford to buy rwldenee thnn have done m.nnd some ofthomnho teem to tie UMiitYit of a Ions tenure, like Dnlnell of Pennsylvania, own tliclr house Mont of tlio legislative rent estate, hon ever, belong tnM-nntora, nnil n few of tlielr rcsldenc tn ore vrrltnlile pal nee, ranking ntuoni; the architectural ndornments of tlie city. Tliat of Senator Stockbrldite of ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 24 January 1894

1 I! O.v'fi-., , i THE HAWAIIAN STAR l'UIILISlll'l) UVKIlV APTKIINOON i;xci:i'T nundav. TI1HMSI I'llTV llltSIM t 3KIN1 II IM AUV.S.MUI:. 4 VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, gWEDNKSDAY KVliNlNG JANUAHV 24. 1894. J NO. $54 OFFICIAL DlItUCTOUY. I-IIOVI8IOXAI, OOVHUNMUNT OP Till'. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. KxECUTlVK COUNCIL. 8. II. Dole. l'resldant ol tho Provisional Oov, crnmunt of (ho Hawaiian Inlands, and t Minister of Foreign Affairs. J.'A. Klntr, Minister of tli Interior. 8. M. Damon, MlnlsUrof Finance. ' W, O. Hmilh, Attornoy-Oeneral. Auviscutv Councii, W. C. Wilder. Vice-President or the Pro-. Islon al (lorernmentof the Hawaiian Inlands. Cecil llruwn, John Nott, John Kna. James F. Morgan, Ed. Suhr, J. P. Mondonca, K. 1). Ivnney. C. Ilolle, W. F. Allen, Henry Wuterhonso, A, Younir, F. JI. Hatch, John Kmineluth. C. T. Rodders, Secretary Executive and Ad vlsory Councils. SUl'KEMK ComtT. Han. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. V. Hlckcrton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. K. Frcar, Second...

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. — 24 January 1894

1Mb HAWAIIAN STAN WltDNBSDAY. JANUARY x. H- IThe Hawaiian Star. l'Ulll.lSIIKI) KVKKY ACTKKNOON KXCEI'T SUNDAY '-ur inc. iiAWAiiArt siAK resworn PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. 'tVAI.TKU o. HMtTIl, Mnimln IMItor. UKOUOl? JtANHUN, - UuMiien Matinirer. MtmClltlTIOK I1ATKH. Npor Year In Advance, -lr Month In Advance, -Kbreltrn, iwr Year In Advance, - $0.00 10.00 AnvEDTHiso iuthh: itnlM lor transient nun regular ml vt rtlnlne run bo obtained at tlio publication oflleo. Tol-eeuro prompt Insertion all ndvertUo- incuts tnuit lio delivered nt the l!ulnes Utneu liefore 1 m. WEDNESDAY, JAKUAltY 24, 1891. TEN MORE COUNC1LMEN. Says the esteemed Advertiser: An enlargement of the Advisory Coun cil at tlio present time does not n'cm to lw exwdicnt, because such ti measure would lie a mere stop trap. The changes to be made must go further. They must mnlte the Government truly representa tive. A purelj autocratic form of Gov ernment cannot be maintained indefi nitely, nnd thoo now niliniuieterins affairs would...

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 January 1894

Tllti HAWAIIAN STAR. WBDNB8DAV, JANUARY, 44, ifef NKWS NOTKS KHOM 1111,0. JIATTI'.ltS AMI TIIINdS ON Till: 111(1 11I.AMI. The fllorloiu Hiviitrrnlli Tim Vulrnnit limine lllto Horlrly Marlnx Nutrt A r,tlltlenl I.mau, Hilo, .Tntiuury 22.' riio Klortotin 17th of Jnminryl One whole your I -lust think ot III Omi wliolu year of good Government I A Government In which nil loyal per tona hail nnd still have thu most 1111 Itoundcd confidence. It Is truly pleasant .to contcmiilate. W'u did not have aa good a time at Hllo ni was had at Hono lulu, hut wo did have a good tlmo never theleus at our usual picnic place on Cocoa nut Island, where just a good numlicr asscmhlcd and engaged themselves at a luau gotten up hy our loyal friend Notley. Tho day wan perfection. The heavens were not weepiliK and all 16yal persons were cheerful, as thev have reason to lie. Mtiuun Kea nnd Mauna I.o.Vs tops are covered with tho beautiful snow and present a chilly prospect. Tho Kinait is loading up with sugar nnd ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 24 January 1894

Till HAWAIIAN STAR I .LOWING TI13U5IIC. HUNTING THC ANTLKMO MONAHCH M THB ftOCKY MOUNTAINS. Oirr Itiirkt mill fcmiw H.000 I'rrt Alxito tint 1trl III CulnMllo A Sln.l JInciW. Irf ill Slglil A Cm lit llucU Acua Tli Hull III n llm llfMill r Hm Itiil.l. "Illtt!" mid HiMKiiUlr, nuldpnlynllthiK bait oprialit In his blanket. He, tlrn ten tltrrnnt mill theweond uulde nil ltntennl Intently, find thrfill wiftly from hoiiio tnf IiHrIiI thrrmtfh Hip ntlll inuiinlntli nlr fm nft rvpeutid wlilxtlltitf mil. It mount litMlilliK lo the U-mltrfiKit, but Imtligut les itstbtltned, "Klk!" "There, tip jonrttl' nflhl oihi (it the kIi1p, Kilnllng tn n hluh pik of the l'lnt Top rmijre, now faintly touched wltli tin' tint of coming tlm n. Tins omp v. here tlm three mcii lay tinder tliu stum, tlirlr Imnte picketed nitir it Imnil, wni timlde llm awlft WIIHhihh fork, In 11 jmwii valley f Itoiilt county, Colo., Imtrly 8,000 feet above tlio ma led. The height, whence fill tlint tnyotirloiiM c ill, niHU riiiiwy mi...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 25 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. .... rUllLISMKIl KVKIIV AFTKItNOON f 4 TiiitM.m J 1'IITY tlllNTS A MONTH i.v AitVAMii:. UXCKPT SUNDAY. VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY 25, 1894 NO. 235 EX 'iV OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. i'uovisionai. (1ovi:iin.mi:nt op tiih HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council 8. B. Dole, President ol the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Auvisnnv COUNCU-. W. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the P roi lslon ol Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, E. . lennoy, John Nott, O. nolle, John Ena. W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Ed. Suhr, A. Young, J. P. Mendonca, F. M. Hatch, John Emmelnth. C. T. Rodgers, Secretary Executive nnd Ad vlsory Councils. Suritr.ME Count. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. lion. It. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry S...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 25 January 1894

wit i 2 THE HAWAIIAN ST AH THURSDAY. JANUARY 25, t8y4 The Hawaiian Star. I'UDLISHBD EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY 11V TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAl.TKH O. SMITH, UI'XmOE MAN HON. - Mnnaalni; Editor. Business Malinger. lUtDSCItllTIOM IIATK3. 1'ei Ycnr In Advance, -Per Month In Advance, -Horclu, per Year In Advance, - S0.00 .80 10.00 ADVEHT19INO iiatu: JlulM tor transient and regular nilprtlliifr ran be obtained at the publication offlco. Tof-eouro prompt Insertion nil advertise ment" must bo delivered at the llmliieni Uillce before 1 p. ra, THUHSDAY. JANUARY 23, 1801. HAIR REPRESENTATION. The Advertiser makes the in genious plea that if most members of the Council are in some sense sugar men it is merely because all, or nearly all the people in the Ha waiian community are affected by the state of the sugar market. From this premise it reaches the conclusion that the Council is rep resentative as it stands and does not need to be at all extended or enlarged. It is...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 25 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAli THURSDAY, JAM Ait V i$( I8t. ,4- e! -s. r. LATEST ABOUT STAMPS. HUStNlSSS 11UISK AMI I'HICKS It til, l.Nfl HIOIIKIt. Orders l'rnin All IMrls tif Ilia Worlil Various LmiKiiiiRe A ltecrnt 1'onlofllrn 1'ilnl, There arc now nliovo n scoro of stnmp dealers in Honolulu. Of these peihaps halt a dozen have worked up an inter national trade. They rcceivo orders from nil parts of the world by every luall. One of those has found it neces sary to stipulate that letters must bo in English, French or German. He had by the Mariposa an order in Russian and was unable to get it translated here. There aro at least two Russians in Hono lulu, but the dealer could not find them. On account of thu increased business the merchants are also forced to charge for postage. Almost any citizen is likely to at any timo come into possession of n valuiiblo stamp. There are from twelve to fifteen surcharged stamps at a premium, some .of them quite valuable. For the uso of all tlio following table...

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 January 1894

I THE HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY JANUARY 25. 1894. PELEG- BUNKER'S SHIP SHE WA3 NOVEL IN CONCEPTION, EXECUTION AND LAUNCHING. A ITnltttio nfiil TUcltliift KTrntThntMnrfcffd n Itpil Letter Kra In Thnt Sertluti of the Old Vine Tree State l'roin Cliarleiton to TlilewHtet- nt lltMignr, "TiilklnB of nhlpbulldluf?, did you ever (ear of n atnKoing vessel beluR Imllt 25 miles from navigation nnd carried on wheels down to tidewater find launched?" Mid V. V. Xorcro of The 8I100 nnd iAntfr tr lleiorter the other day. "I have, and I tvns lltcrnlly 'In It' tit the launching. Let mo tell you iibout n schooner thnt was built In Charleston, Me., tip In the woods north of Ilancor. "Captain l'eleg Hunker waa an old Ing dklrier, who many years ago thought he had got enough of tho rob, and fo bought htm n farm up In Charleston nnd fettled down to live, oil the land. It didn't take him long to find out that thnt wan no kind of life for hltn, and ho pined for the Ken. There were with him on tho farm his two ...

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. — 26 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. 'J I'tllll.lMtKI) J t:vi:fiv .u-rnuNnox J r.xcni'T mi.nimy. TlilOlM I'lllV 0tWf1i .s.MOVlll IN AllV.t.'stJIJt VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. FRIDAY liVliNING JANUARY 26. 1R94 NO. tiS v Kit- f f' I OITOIAL JHRKOTOUY. HAWAIIAN INLANDS. KXECUTIVE COUNCIL 8, It. Dole, President of tlio Provisional Oov- " eminent of tho Hawaiian Islands, ami Minister ot Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of tlio Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attornoy-Ueneral. Anvisouv CoUNCll-. W.C. Wilder, Vice-President of theI"rovlslon al Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Urown, John Nott, John Ena. James F. Morgnn, Ed.8ulir, J. 1 Mcndonca, E. D. Tenner, C llolte, W. F. Allen, Henry Wntcrhousc, A. Younjr, V. M. Hatch, John Emmelnth. C. T. llodgers, tJccrctary Exccutlvo and Ad visory Councils. 1 HUl'IIEMU Couiit. Han. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. lllckcrton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Pecond Associate Justice. Henry Smith. Chief Cler...

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. — 26 January 1894

'IHli HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1894. Hawaiian" Star. OI'UULISIIKU KVKHY AFTKRNOON KXCKI'T SUNDAY I'KR ASSOCIATION, L.W. .43vV(LTKn 11. HM1T11, MnrutKln lKlltor. '(UlfOllOK MANHON, Hinlnei Mnmuitr, smwciurTioN iiatia. -I'm Vcnr In Advance, .... J0.00 rer Month In Ailvnnre, ... .60 Foreign, iwr Year In Advniieo. - - 10.0 AllVKIlTIMNO HATfH! llntcn lor tnunlcnt ami refrutnrnitvcrlWiiir con bo obtained nt tlio iubllC4itlon olllce. 'foscoure prompt Insertion nil ndvertle mollis limit be flcllvcrod ntllie llmhieM Olllce before 1 1. m. l'ltlDAY, JANUARY ), 18UI. I,oRl Bishop of Honolulu be bold your Queen ! It is restoration which Dispatch Number Three has "beheaded." She wanted to sec the blood run and to wiggle her heathen toes in it, Her Most Christian Majesty. Did J. O. Carter "attest" that be heading ultimatum? If not, as we suppose, the Star wishes him joy of his beloved "Queen." Mr. Davius, another letter about the sanctified virtues of the Poly nesian dynasty is now in ord...

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. — 26 January 1894

I' "V .4" I If? r; 1 nmt PIUJOr w-wKWiM "ii iioju is. ' iouisaji am) jiiTSA.M. i naoooooecrf rr';jr:" uB A K YA NAMhr&&SfiQB - -S': L . J fl7o; TV war w BDSalS TO BEHEAD OUR LEADERS, All or Willis' Willslil Disptcli Haw Printed. THE BLACKEST STORY YET, No Wonder CtcTeland - Suppressed. Wanted it ROYALIST PLANS EXPOSED, WILSON'S SCHEME FOR GOVERN MENT. otlis-r tlie TeleKrnliliir LutCAt Noun Advice filtering Vrnm All Part. Wnrltl. WARlllNOTON.Jan. 13. The suppressed dispatch (No. !!) which Minister Willis sent to his Government has finally been given to Congreai. It is full of astound ing revelations and reads as follows: No. 3. Mr. Willis to Secretary Gres liam. Legation of the United States, Honolulu, November lflth, ISO:) Sir: In tlio forenoon of Monday, tho 13th Inst., hy pro-arrangement, the Queen, accompanied hy the royal chamberlain, Mr. Robertson, called at tho legation. No one was present at the half-hour in terview which followed, her chamber lain having been taken t...

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. — 26 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY JANUARY 26. 1894. 4 fJUIE HGEON 1100STS. THEY USED TO DE SO CROWDED TREES WERE BROKEN DOWN. Last Benefit Sale. Tlie l'rrllr lllr.1, l.tke tlio llnmilii, AVa Ilutl.lei.tljr SlAtiRlitcrctl Thcro li Not 3s' nw n Knout In tlio Country A Hunter, Not Vet Oltl, linn Seen the ClittUKe. A party of hunters gentlemen, who olioot Iiir the evwrt nnj recreation tliero nro tn It -wcre talking the other day about tho (lnpnenranco of pmr, four legKcd nml winged, when they were suddenly Inter rupted by Mr. W. H. Donaldson, ono of tho most enthtislastlo of their number, with the qmwtlont "Did you ever seennythluRBO complete ly disappear ns tho wild plgeonf There isn't n 'roost' In tho United States todny, and from what 1 con understand there is none on thn North American continent, except It tnny bo ouo or two small ones in Canada." Mention tho plffeon "roost" to n young hunter today, and lio will nsk you what you mean. Ho has heard of it, nnd that is nbout nil. And yet Mr. Do...

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. — 26 January 1894

E X 1R HAWAIIAN STAR. I lllM! I'inv tui.vrs , .iiivtii I'lMII.lHll lilt iivimv a rum mm in IN AtlV.tlMllt. IIMIIIPT fttl.NII.W, .A THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY. JANIZARY. 20. 1894. TXT Tp v" S ROYAL SAM Her Ruffianly Pro- TO BEHEAD OUR LEADERS. All of Willis' Withheld Dispatch Now PriuM THE BLACKEST STORY YET. No Wonder Cleveland SnppressGd. Wanted il UUl'AlilST l'LASS KXPOSBD. WILSON'S SCHEME FOR GOVERN MENT. other tlic AtKUVK Cotei-lng I'linu All Tarls Wiirlil. Latent News i,r IIki Wakhinoton, Jan. 13. The suppressed dispatch (No. :)) which Minister Willis sent to his Government hns finally been given to Congress. II is full of astound ing revelations nnd readsas follows: No. 3. Mr. Willis to Secretary Gres- liam. Legation of the, United States' Honolulu, November 10th. 1S0:J Sir: In tho forenoon of .Monday, tho DJth inst,, by pic-arrangeiueiit, the Queen, accompanied by the royal chamberlain, Mr. Ilobertsoii, called nt tho legation. No ono wns present nt tho half-hour in terview whi...

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 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR l'(llll.lllll'.l) kvi'.hv aithi.noo i;xoi:pt mi.nhav. 1I1IIMHI I'll TV nil.Vlfi A .sinVril I.N AIH'.t.Mlll. VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SATURDA V EVENING JANUARY 27, 1891 NO 27 IT It: OFFICIAL JMIU.OTORY. "MMtOVHIONAt, IHIVIIIINMI.NT FtIll HAWAIIAN IRI.ANIIS. l.XKCttTIVIt COUNCIL H. II. Dole, 1'resld.mt or the Provisional Oov. . ., ,. t-l 1. ermooat of the Hawaiian Islands, Minister of r oreWl Allnirs. J, A. King, Minister of thn Interior. S. II. Damon, Mlnlsterof Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-Ueneral. A1IV1801IV COUNCIt- W. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Pro Islon b! Oovemmentof the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Hrown, John Nott, John Ena. James F. Morgan, Ed. Suhr, J. P. Mendonca, K. I). 1 enney, 0. Ilolte, W. F. Allen, Henry Waterhouse, A. Yonne, F, Ml Hatch, John Kmuielilth. C. T. Itcidgers, Secretary Executive and Ad ' vlsory Councils. HUl'RKMK UouiiT. Hun. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Dlckorton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. K. Frear, fcecond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 27 January 1894

$1'hh Hawaiian Star.iK CAUSI! "J'UlJUIMIBO ttVUHV APTUKNOOM UXQHl'T SUNDAY 'AfltY TUB HAWAIIAN STAK KRWiPA- ' rKK ASSOCIATION, UJ. MftOMtlHft IWitflT. BHtttltM MrtlWHIf ! TURillMfi: MANHON, - mimciitrriof hatis. M"et Year In Advance, - tan, ,J 'VSl'er Month In Advnuce, - 10.00 -dtate lor IHMiilont nml reaulnrnilvcrtWn rhn uo obtalni:al Iho puMlontlon ollloe. TOKOdura prunipt Insertion nil nilwllw- nients mint bo delivered nttlio llulnf Olltee N'fure 1 ) 111. SATl'llDAY, JANUARY 1801 A short, sharp shock, With n chill ami chippy ehopier, On a hi)!, black block. TitH Royalist party will be here' after known as the head-hunters. i I ... . ,,.. Ti...:..:0 d.n "il.o i Who told Mrs. Dominis that tlie j law directs" pnnital DUllishment l)V ' the axe. I , , I Unitkd States Senators are now beginning to talk of the hyena nature of the ex-Queen. Who would have been Lord High Executioner? Maybe Billy Coniwell, on account of previous experience. It is fortunate for little Mills, after reading t...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 27 January 1894

THE. '(HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY, 27, tKo,t. h. 1 rH am: I- - 7 'IP RIGHTLY MADE SHOES. 516 FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. I. LIFE IS TOO SHORT! To Catalogue in detail the num erous reasons why every Uusincss Man should use a "DKNSMORE." This is one of them . . . . . Main Omen, W'KSTEtts Union TKixuiur-n Company. San Fhancisco, Cau, July 24, 1S!3. The Densmohr Tyr-EwniTErt Co. Gentlemen : I de'rflro tuespreaa my highest appreciation of the mcr Itfl possessed by Hip DKNSMOUK machine. I gnve all the Btniulanl nuicliiiies nn impartial and thorough te't, commenrinfr with the Call Kraph, next using the Smith-Premier, anil wliiiling up with a three years' test of the Hemington No. 2 on heavy presn und message work. Not one of these machines will work at high opeed witliont piling up the letters unless the tension is adjusted no high that the key action is very hard. Tills great fault has been overcome in the DENSMOItE, and is its most valuable feature; for no matter how high the speed t...

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 January 1894

'Hi. It 33? ''Up J, if ,fi. ' OHAPTBll 1. Tlio sun wns just going down, a hiss ing globo of tiro nml torment. Already tlio lower limb was in contnet with tli jagge"d backbone of tlio inimntiilu chain Hint rininicil tlio desert with purple nml gold. Out on tho Imrren, hard baked flat in front of tlio corral, just where it hail ben unhitched when tho paymaster anil his safe weru dumped nocii after dawn, u weatherboaten nm bulancowas throwing unbroken a mllu I0113 shadow toward tho distant Chris lobal. Tho gateway to tho east through the Santa Jtaria, sharply notched in the glcnming range, stood a day's inarch away a djiy's march . now only mado by night, for this was Arizona, nml from tho rising of tho sun to tho going down of tho samo anywhero south of that curdling mud bath, the Uiln, tho only lramau beings impervious to tho fierceness of its rays wero tlio Apaches, "And they," growled tho paymaster as ho petulantly snapped thu lock of his littlo safe, "they'ro no moro human than so...

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