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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 27 January 1894

V 4 THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY, 27, iH. S p- AllOUT WILSON'S SC1IHMIC. ii'i.t, tiixt or ins I'ltoccuuiu:. l'ltlll'IISKI) A Call of llm KxOlnlslial I.mhi Hie American Mlnl.trr Wlilrh II l air lo lln lll.torlcnl. jt - Heroes Jtr. WII1U' conllilcntlnl .lis pu(ch No. 10! r MR. WIM.H TO Mil. UllKSIIAM. No. 10. Confidential. "I,EIATMN OF TUP. UN1TKD HTATKfl, ) "Honolulu, 11. 1., Due. 0,181)3. f "Htlt: On tlui morning of UembcrCth C. II. Wilson, who ws the Marshal of the Quern at the time of her dethrone luent, culled upon mu. 1 asked him what business Iiu wn in? Ho nald ho was doing nullilng; hu was 'awaiting results.' 1 asked lilui 'what results'? Ho said, 'Tho restiirution of tho Queen.' 1 asked him whero ho gut any sue.li infor tuition. We Rniil, 'Nowhere,' but lie hoped for it. 1 then turned the conver sation to other subjects. "Aa hu wan leaving ho drew Iroin his toulcet a document and gave it to me, saying that lie did not know whether it was proper or not, and left. Upon ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 27 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY JANUARY 2;. 1894. JlimililSllMM'S STAK. niv. en. talmaoc in the tabipi- NAOLI PULPIT, BROOKLYN. The llllftlt mi. I TrtMIHUlmMl fttMllM.I nf llir Html ItlMlptlli-r lKMnlil tif tti llnwtiol Mllltniil.il Oliifjf An r.)nnn tlin Morn lug Htnti ItftooKI.YK, Im. M. In the llronklj-n Tnbtn!ln 11 great nuillencc iwwm- Mil to jHrtlriiit In tlm OhrlMmm rv law. Stillitf before the orfnii. fwtoiwcd with ClirlMtniM pmi, thl wrnion mn delivered hy Iter. Dr. ThIitihrb after the tllrong? bnd ninjt, "The 3tr of Ilethlo Iiem." Text, ltvvelatton xxil, 10, "I nm the bright nml the morning ntr." Thh 1 ClirMrnns eve. Our attention OHil the attention of the world 1 drawn to the etor that pointed ilovrn to tho cnm (in jury where ChrNt wiw born. lint ilo not lot ns forget that Christ hlmelt nnsnxtnr. To that luminous fact my text calls lis. It Heeins ns If tho natural worhl were anxious to make up for the damage It did our race In fiirnlshliiK the forblihleu fruit. If that fruit wr...

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. — 29 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAE. l'Ulll.tslIKO UVUIIV APTKIlNOoy HIUMtl i'ii tv cum ,i .Mov tn IN ADVAXjII, i:.:i:i'T mindav. VOL U. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. MONDAY EVENING JANUARY 29, 1804 NO. 2$ is'lSS s J WW r.vi 11. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Itl'UOVlSIONAI, OOVKItNMHNT OP Till: ,. ,'' .' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive CousTit 8.11. Dole, President ot tlio Provisional Oov- ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and U . Minister uf Fort-Inn Aftalis. J, A. Klnst, Minister of tlm Interior. 8. SI. Oainon, Minister of Finance. '1 ' W. O. Smith, Attorney-Ucneral. Auvisnnv. Council- W.C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Provision al Uoerumeutof th'iTlta"vallari Islands. Cecil Brown, K. I), "leaney, "John Nott, C. Holle, f ".lohn Ena. W. F, Alleu. .1 times r . .uorgan, ueury nmuniuuBo, Ed.Suhr, A Younir, J. 1". Mendonca, " F. M. Hatch, ' j.lohn Ennnelutli. U. T. Uodgers, Secretary Executive nnd Ad visory Council". Sunibmk Couiit. s lln. A. F.Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. H, F. Hlckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. ...

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. — 29 January 1894

f.ir':- 1 ' ' 115; ft $1 mm ' I'Ulll.lSIIHI) HVHHY APTUHMUON HXCBPT SUNDAY fliV TMII HAWAIIAN 9TAK NBWM'A rEK ASSOCIATION, L.,d. i VVlrHll (. HMtTlt. ""TIKHIWIM MANSOX, - BuMii Munnfe MI'IWHIITIO HTt. Pel Kmr In Ativans. -vi Mtmtli In .Mtvnncn, -riirelirn, ht Ymr In Ailvmir. - fas IWXl AnvBimsiso hates: Ihilw lor trunieiit mill rHKUliirnilverlMim rtin bo iilllni:al Hie luililUmtlon mil. TtoKWHre prompt liiwrtlnn 1I lulverllon inilfc mint bn rtllVM-ed nllho tluhit-M (Ultra before 1 p, in. MONDAY, JANUARY SI, Ife'JI GROWTH OF ANNEXATION SENTIMENT. In a brief but inspiring address to the Annexation Club on Satur day evening last lion. W. K. Ann strong, formerly Attorney-General of the Hawaiian Government, dis cussed the Annexation cause from a standpoint of broad and whole some philosophy. He began by re citing an interview which it was his privilege to have several years ago with Mr. Frelingluiysen, the Secretary of State during the ad ministration of President Arthur, in which that s...

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. — 29 January 1894

1 r THE HAWAIIAN STAR, 'MONDAY? 'JANUARY, ). tfty. in i iffe$W l " -4J. Mil 1DHA OK JCLKMKN'CY. Till: HOMIMH Al Hl-.lt CM IMA THAI TO WILMS. Willing I" rorrBii llrnil.lltinllnt; Hill lloittiil In Coiillnpatu rnitrrly mill llppnrt llir I'neinlra. nation ol tho carlh n her Miiloly wn. in fur, In tlio iulillc print ntnl vUv nnil, 1 110 m'i I tirliv, iiimI llmt mio should where, n to threaten thi'rproentnllvof Followlnc nro dlsnatohe by Minister Willis to Secretary Groshum covering w liolciile make tlio wav m clear to him to earn' out his lhc to repair tin- wrong dona ni she Ki.llily can not giving wny to nny crsoniil feeling In the matter) that she niii't leave out o( consideration In tlio iiu-.t Ion nny Idoit of revenge. I tolil her Unit 1 took It ns the wish ot the President that she should grnnt amnesty lis to life and in)crly." Then the report of 'the Interview goes on to "how how Mr. Cnrter pleaded with ner 10 nnnniion tier men 01 Killing uy tnc the former's tecond Interview with ...

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. — 29 January 1894

the "Hawaiian stak Monday. January 29, tRo NEW YORK FASHIONS. NEW AMD ATTnAOTIVS OECIftHfl IN MIDWINTER WRAPO. Citrrlti Wratwofllrllltfltit Cnlnrlnc Til ( IVftillnr Tlufcjr r llrmlni fliirniptit I'nr tlm t.Ut1Oiim t'nrmrftl to Chmjri kMo Pi I He nruQ Wo1'ti". ICoprrlRht 1W, by American I'rwi AwcIa Hon. Almwt every Sy bring wimr nrw de licti In ihUIhIoVt oont and wrap which aro no much picti.ier thitu the l;t that otio tnnuot help me.iUonhiK them, imrtloul.irly n tlHpy are of the xtromnt Interest to lndlm Jnt now, Tho uewet of the null? elegant mrrlnKiuiiid rlilttna wrapt are f remarkably rich, not to wy brlllliuit, color ing, and Kome ol' Uiit.i nre trlmtncd with not only bwullmc, hut sptinglet of Irides cent colors. One such wrap recently exhibited wat leitlly n nondeicrlpt, anil the ncaret one. oa twine to lmmlntf it 1'. to cull it n mnntle, 'I'Lln had the lon er portion of prune velut midwinter wnArs. deeply embroidered with gold colored threads set with preen and coppery span gl...

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. — 30 January 1894

"Air' THE HAWAIIAN STA 1 , ' ruiiLisiiEu J J nvr.itY ai-tkiinoon 5 J KXCISrT SUNDAY. TKKMSt J 1'IITY GXNTSvV 3IONTII ! IN AHVANCK. , VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 30, 1894 NO. 259 4- SSafe;-''- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. rilOVISIONAL GOVKItNSIKNT OF TIIC I.WVAIIAN ISLANDS. KXECUTIVK COtlNCIb. S. II. Dole, 1'resld.mt o( tlio Provisional Oov eminent of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign AITalrs. J. A. King. Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. 0. Smith. Attorney-Ocneral. Anvisonv CotiNCH, W. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Prov lslon al Uovernment of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Ilrown, E.D.lenney, John Nott, C. Uoltc, .lohn Ena. W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Watcrhonse, Ed.Suhr, A. Younjr, J. P. Mendonca, F. Mi Hatch, John Emmeluth. C. T. Hodgers, Secretary Eiecutlve and Ad visory Councils. SUTKEME CoitliT. Hun. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. lilckerton, First Asoclate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate...

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. — 30 January 1894

T.HE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY JANUARY 30. 1894. it; T T I - 'III 1 If.lVVIIMIl lIIIIVi ItV T H K HAWAIIAN ST A K M K W a I A- PKR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. run (I. SMITH. JtHiinalnix Editor, II-.ltllllK JCANHON, - Hulii(" Manner. HitireciillTiiiN ItATKK. lvi Voir In Ailvmicr, - In Month In Advntue, - lll.W AllVKIlTISINO HATKS! iFnlw lor tmtulent niul riwiliiriiilvi'rllnlnn .Tan lxi obmlncilial II18 publication oillco, Towcuro prompt liitrrtlim all nlvi rl lo mciitii mint bo del I viral at tho lltilnc lllllco before 1 1". 111. TUr.iSD.VY, JANUARY :!0. 1BS1I. TiiKV laugh best who laugh last in the comedy of Hawaiian politics. Tin; New York Herald is heclg- - 'n -"i-- . As a cabinet-maker Wilson is a poor success. He should to blacksmithing. return Vkry few if any men who signed "the Annexation roll were nut to ? ';..i.n..flMna tin flu. Wilcnn 1lt. ; Tint Star's compliments to the planters who have been so mindful of the public interests in the matter of Portuguese labor ! 'Ai'TKR Judas was a tra...

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. — 30 January 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY,, 30, tSt, r NOW HEAR MH, WILSON. Till! HX-MAIfmAI. TALKS miJHI.Y o mvHis topics. lttimrteil Incorrrclly liy AVIllIn How In- tprtlowA Item tlelil Program Une of Kiuiich. Mr. 0. 1). Wilson, tho ristorntion chieftain, wns still In liia bed wlien a reporter for the. Star called on lilm ut 0 o'clock tills morning. The ex-Marshal of Hawaii wus Indisposed, but left tho sleeping room and adjourned to a little study for a chnt wllli his caller. Mr. Wilson is very pleasantly situated in his pretty home on l'ilkol street, Ho is looking far from well. The leader of the ex-Queen's forces has had a great task on his hands during tho past year, lie has lost llesh and Ids features show the effects of anxiety's strain. Mr. Willis said it was his intention at some future time to mako a statement on tho series of articles affecting him self and appearing tn this paper the past few days. Before taking up the matter formally he will Interview Mr. Willis, the American...

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. — 30 January 1894

I THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY. JANUARY 30, 1894. fi W9 ' hrJ. AN OFFICIAL OF UTAH OLD TIME SIMPLICITY OF THE GRO WER CLEVELAND OF THE WEST, A l'laln Man In n Simula l:slilenee The Ouim.or i.ftllHli, 111 Work und IIIM1 nry No Curd und 'u Ked Tp Hkptch .if (loremor Vet. Speclftt ('orroRtioinlencc.J SALT IAKf. CITV, .Tan. S. Tho territorial rxi-catlro mnmlon of Utah If the Amplest ptructuro hih1 for nich n pnrporo In tlio Unit 1 Stairs. H Is a plain two story brick resilience containing 17 rooms for which the government pays a monthly rental of $75. For nix yean It Inn been ned by the. Kovcmors nf Vtab. It was rented March 1, 1SS7, by tlio present governor, Tnleb W. Wet,durlnfr his llrst term of ofllco under Cleveland'!, former administration, It stand near the biulncsi dWlrlct. The only listlnsnUhlnK sign I the United Stales flag, which Uoat over it during biivlness hours, and tho led letter box attached to one of thii wooden pillaraof the narrow ve randa. In front Is an unkept lawn, li...

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. — 31 January 1894

tw ft-.. OFFICIAL DIIIKCTQRY. I'ltOVI.MIOXAl. UOVl'.IINMRNT OF THIJ HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Kxr.cuiiyR Council. M. II. Dole, President of (lie Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. KIiib, Minister nf Ihn Interior. 8. M. Damon, Mlnlstcrof Finance. W. 0. Smith, Attorney-Ueneral. Alivisrmv CntiNCit.. W.C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Provision al Government ot the Hawaiian islands. Cecil llrownr E. D.'ienney, John Nolt, O. llulUV John Kna. . W. F. Allen, . Jnmes F. Morgan, llenrr W atcrhouso, Ed.Salir, A,Younif, .1, P. Jlendohca, V. M. Hatch, John Eimncluth. (.'. T. lludaers, secretary Excciillvo and Ad visory Councils.' Sltiikme Court. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith. Chief Clerk. George Lucas, First Dcputv Clerk. O. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. Cihcuit Jcimirs. First Circuit : H. E. Cooper, VC A. Whiti...

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. — 31 January 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR WIIDNUSDAY JANUARY 31, 189J m WW r 2mr HEL 1y lb ir If Hawaiian Star. lllllMIUl) 11VURT APTHHHOON HXOHPT SUNDAY Tilr HAWAIIAN STAK NMWSI'A. PUR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WtMfrKtl (I, HM1TU. Mlinuftlnst UMor. tttttOE MAMMON, - IliMtnciM Mnnngw. Kltliroiili-rio HAtm. I'mp In AdviiiKV, - - tW r Mmitlt Hi AJviUHD, - - - huithtli, r Ymr In Ailvunn - - lo.od AIlVKKTlSlNO llATBIt TlAtca lor tmnncut ami resjulur advertising icnn lie ibtulncii:al Iho iniulkmtlnn olllee. PoMWtiro prompt lutwrtlon nil advertise ments must lis delivered nltlio limine" mill's Iwfnrn 1 p. in. WKDSUSDAY, JANUAUY ill, 1WU. TitH French Government should take a good newspaper. Now is the time to subscribe. Mail a Weekly Star to your friends abroad. Copies may be had at this office or at the news dealers'. "Brother Castle must beware after this of the man with n cane at one end and a wooden leg at the other. The odds are too great. Pitv that the French Premier didn't recognize the song of the dinkey bird in ...

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. — 31 January 1894

Bj wi:DNpDAlSaM ' "WlftY 0A3IK TO BLOWS. I ""' ,l,m!N"."FrlsmiK wnnns ok nniVifiV-i V.Wm .; "smZ Iimatcwi lvi, TiTI ". w .vr,i-..4;1.TZ: 2 1 - c t4 linf loui.u, uoM.uit.vr umtrir IN AN ll.NCnll.VI lilt. N. Cntln iiml 1'nill Neumann llir L'tiMlinliinta (.'nrtiurll In It ,ll iif llui Acroim!. Ono routiil, ciitcliwolnlits, bicycle, Hutu cane, aovero wonts, f mils' by Imtli principal, unit ttiu referees, no formal decision, mi milliilslii'il content, limy never liu nettled, mi nirc, no jruto money, audience crying for more, ring In (he open on Merchant Btrvut, rntlier small attendance, strictly c IT (tie real affair. Tlio foregoing Is n skeletonized ac count of an impromptu mill put UmI otT thin mornuiK. mm now the talk or the town. Tlio coinbiitaiitH were Paul Neil man, whom everybody known, and 11. N. .untie, editor of the Ailverl titer. Mr. Neiiuiuii is unexperienced warrior though the btyie lie "elected tii-diiy is pcilinpa new to him. Jlr, Castle is a bicyclist and citiito an nthlc...

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. — 31 January 1894

1 r ) THE HAWAIIAN STAR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31 t&vi, 4 8 aVTRAVKLKU'P TAMOS. 'ADVENTURES AND INCI0ENT9 FAn OUT OF THE onoiNAny. VTlie Story of a Trnlr In tlioWIM South. Tlio Htrnnni IVrryiiiHii Hnil IIU Mrtlran Wlh-Tin- lliiat I'm!" In ll Jim I'mmr, tlio Outlaw. iCnpyrlitht, IKU, by American Vtrm Amncla tloii.l It wm KmwIiiK dnrk when 1 renrlmi the riViT and iiinrin nut tlm (iihln mi tlio npm Me iihoru with the nmoke rUtiiK hizlly . Iron lu wld thnmted chimney. A path from tliecnbhi door Ut down lei the vnter, when1 n liltf l!it Imttnmcd mm win llont Iiir, wftltvly moored, bit t 1 could leoiin xlKti f huinim bclnif mnvliift nhonr. the place. However, liy tli tlnii) 1 liml fhont ed until tlu i-clinn iro ni-mtwd umhl the cruKi that hunt; over the placidly HrmlnK river on either lde, it woman came to the door nml looked ncro. She Olupp tired when I Kwutitf my lint to her, nml three minutes Inter n mall nuil n hoy rnmauut atul atood looking nt me. The man car ried u (run, nml 1 fanci...

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. — 1 February 1894

HAWAIIAN STAR I'L'nLIHII'.U i:T.IlY AFTHKNOON LXCIll'T SIINKAV. I'lriV (JIIMft A -MOM II I.N A1IVAMII). .4 VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, .THURSDAY EVENING FEBRUARY i. 1894 NO. sGr "'Sir J aJmm mmm JLt g.vlrm ft! d' r OFFICIAL M11KCT0KY. I'iKivtsioNAi. iovi:umi:nt ok tiii: HAWAIIAN INLANDS. l'iXKCUTlVK Uul'M'IU S. II. Dolo, President ot the Provisional Gov ernment nf the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister otthn Interior. !. Mt Damon, Minister of Finance. O. Smith, AttorncjMlenernl. AllVISOItV COUNCIIs W. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the l'ro Islon nl (lovernmentof tho llaxallnn Islands. Cecil Drown, E. I). 'lenncy, John Nott, C. Unite, John Ena. W. F. Allen, Jomea F. Morgan, Henry Waterhousc, Ed.Suhr, A.Voune, J, 1'. Mondoncn, F. M. Hatch, John Kinnii'lnth. C. T. Itoditem, Secretary Kxecutlve and Ad visory Councils. KUTIIF.MK CllBIIT. Hon. A. F. J add, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Hlckcrton, First Associate Justice. ' Hon. V. E. Frenr, Second A...

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. — 1 February 1894

T;HE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, RFEBUARY i. 189-4. y . ' The Hawaiian Star. I'UULISIIKD EVERY AFTERNOON j KXCKPT SUNDAY UV -IIIK HAWAIIAN STAR NKWhPA PKR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAl.TRIl O. SMITH. Managing Iklltor. HHOKOl! MANHON, - HualiicM Maimer. snmciiiiTios 1IATKS. IVi Vwir ti Advance, - M.00 ISir Month In AiK-nnro, - .' l'biplirn. iwr Yir In Ailvnitw, - - lO.OCi AllVKIlTlSINO IIATHS! ltnte lor tninlcnt nml reftuliirniivrrtMiiK tn lx) ontttlnmll'it the juiblloatloii oillee. Tofoouro prompt Insertion nil ndvertlw incntu luiint lie delivered nl tlio l)uilnen Otllea before 1 p. m. TltlMiSDAY, 1'UltUUAUY 1, 18UI. I Uv the way! Isn't that steamer of Uncle Sam's, which the Royal ists were expecting, somewhat overdue ? Is Annexation party politics the lion and the lamb have been lying down together and the lamb has been trying to eat the lion. Tttii boom that will come to Honolulu when absolutely stable government has been secured will double its population in twelve months. What is a poll-ca...

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. — 1 February 1894

'f ' TUP HAWAIIAN CTAIJ TUtTTJCrfA V ntrnOTTAnv . .c. fl 3' - . . i " , . . " , . K ATA ON K ' SON. "kwalm si:a AnrcxTunr- y rpT, liPTIVi; cuccinv In Victory l0lli TaxTo"HroclI ' ' t a i.i. i"ir:iTiii:s hi i.attmi th tiik i n ...... i nmiir .lit rn :A ",,""m" .. .ii................... ai SpirtfixtntfiV-cial i- CAlli: Ol' CONVICTS. KxCniii1.r)pnpRil Harold M. sW. cmviii .M.iTivii llenolt S.V) m Where Tliry Come l'mm Nationality Tlieir l.nbor Items of Kxiientllture A CoitifmrliMin Made, Jn. A. Low, warden of 0,liu prison, lias submitted to Attornoy-Uenornl Smith n report for thu last quarter ot 1893. 'flint period began with n convict population of li:!. The additions wero: From O.thti, till; Maul, :i"j Kauai, 1; in nil, milking a totnl of 28:) on Sept. !10tli. Thu discharges, with reasons, for the quarter, were: Kxpirntiou of time, 1)1; on hail pending appeal, 5; tent to the other islnnds for trial, 0; died from natural causes, !1; on payment of line nnd costs, 15; on pauper oath, !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. — 1 February 1894

ft zf. If OLDEST IN THE A 1131 Y. THE THIRD UNITED STATES INFAN TRY WAS ORGANIZED IN 1784. It W'n With tliirUfiim lit Nrw OrU'Hii nlul Won (lliiry In V.try Itlff ltattln ir tile War With Mrtlcn At Hull Itim nmt A p. rmnmttnx. t'urt SuellliiK l of the oldi -t and tloia pkture-cptc farttficaliunillitliriinrtii r cut. It nil founded Iti l"ll), mill I t lnni llon, nit a hiuh bluff nt Hit' junction of tlin Uiunmotn ami MUsKippi riven. Is f Mir jwwtliK hcmiIo Ixnuty Miperlor, lur."V peo ple think, to the famous Minnehaha piirk, Its nrar iii lKlilior, nlwnt six mile n vny to thi northwest, It is nsplcturciiic In its history, too, as In Its locution, nnd th" light of died of glory Illumine the pawi of Its reconls Wiethe IllHtnlnatwl Initials of an indent inntuncrlpt. Aimroiirlutcly stationed within old wll- ItiK'a historic walls ut the pievent tinio Is tho ohlmt regiment of thu United tntea irtny, tho Thlril lufaiitry, which da r Its ornntil.ed existence ftom liSl, when I", was estnhlWied u...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 2 February 1894

V A HAWAIIAN STAR. i-uitt.isitiin IIVIHIV AI'TKHNOON i:xi;i:i'T hunday. I'llTV ftlLVt) A .tlll.NTII IN AIIVAJ.OI1. V: VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDA V EVIiNING FEBRUARY 2, 1894 NO. 262 V, '1 ;.. II : ill r v i I! - I- 4nK Mr- I iV. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I'ltOVIHIONAIi (IIIVIiltNMKNT OK Till: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. HXRCUTIVE C'OUNCIU S. II. f)olo, President of tlio Provisional Gov eminent of tho lla-allnn Islands, anil Minister ot Foreign AHalrs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of Finance W. O. Smith, Attorncy-tlcnernl. AllVlROllV CouNCll- W.U. Wilder. Vice-President of the Provision nl Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil llrown, John Nott, John Knn. James F. Morgan, Ed.Sulir, J. I. Metidonca, E. I). 1 enncy. C. Hollo, W. F. Allen, Henry Wntcrhouse, A. Yoitnir, l'.M. llatclu John l'hninellitli. C. T. Hodger, Secretary Executive nnd Ad visory Councils. SurnKMK CouiiT. linn. A. F.Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. lllckerton, First Associate Justice. H...

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. — 2 February 1894

1 HAWAIIAN STAJ,! FRIDAY, RFRBUARY 2. fi t' ft: U'ntt Hawaiian Star. IHIntilatlHD HVKMY AKTHKNOHN KXOKIT SUNDAY 11Y HIK HAWAIIAN STAR NHWSrA PUR ASSOCIATION, 1-tJ. WAl.TIlK U. HMIT1I. .IKiUttlK M ANSON Miuimrliitf IMIlot-. Rttliim Mitimger. ltlCnllTI HATHH. IVt Vrar lit A.tvunw, -Tor Month In Advnnco, hxplftti, rf Ymr In Advnnre, - M.00 10.00 Aiivr.iiTlstNO katim: Itulra liir tmtiw.il nml retrnliirnitvertWiiK ran Xia obmtniHOU H I'UliUoMtlon olllce. TOMWlire prompt Inw-rtlon all artvertl-e-Htent mint he dellveleil Htllio limine" Willi licrnre 1 . in. "ntTnAY." imTiiuuTvuy isoi. It was the ex-Quccii who lo-,t her head. Mail a Wbkkt.y Stau by Australia to-morrow. the Tint circulation of the daily Star shows a substantial weekly increase. IT is rather difficult to tell whether Mr. Kmmcluth is trying to distinguish or extinguish him self. Wis do not remember that Mr. Cecil Hrown was exercised over the attacks made by the Ifotomua upon Minister Stevens. This enlargement question will be ...

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