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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 2 February 1894

nr tHk Hawaiian star, fridav, FBnRUARV, 2. I I if NIK riUJllUAin .ikiiji. 1""h" 1v" mv IT IS A W0HT11V CAIJSK. nm vn.t.iun. i ii titiir a mi m. ON 111!) tiitt.uiN.w, ;.mijh IKKIUItT. .Nnl it HlirJ Slimier lllnl-l l.llnl lllillrlnn-l'l-. lliifrti 1'nr 11m llllllllK 31 II I. Tin1 fVlirunry term of court for tills cliciilt will upon next Slondny, tlinBtli, wjlli .IiiiIko WliltiMR pri'nldliii;. , Ilclow are tlio rrlininiil unddlwiree rnocHof tliu calendar. 1'or lliu llrst simply names and charRcs nre kIvcii. The nearest np prnacli lo n murder trial Is tlio Vina King vane. Tlio alitor of tliia puper is to nnsiver tlio cIiih-ru of libel llvo times. Tliero tire fifty-eight civil canes on tin ducket. HAWAIIAN .1UIIY CIIIMINAI. S. V. Mnbelonii, unlawful possession of opium. Lilly Slulil, deserting liusbniid. 1). Vntsoii nml It. Wntwin, conspiracy. Knnuliuu (w), liquor belling without a license. KnelemuKttle, larceny, fourth degree. Molaka, llipior tolling without a lictmu. Melu ("'), liijuor...

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. — 2 February 1894

Tlllt HAWAIIAN ST AM FRIDAY. I'UDKUAKY 2. 1804. THt MUMO IN OUft IUMK. i kwfc kWMl ) cn of MMMMMlanllnm, I MTChaatrd thr trllaof bMkMln Uwtr hb taken kiotanan 1 ban MrWt M cMkp miMIm. 'mM unrnn M kMMt nlrlln, alre UaUtKd Hi tlieworrryof Mc Infuni M abort mna. 1 bum WftlM vkmitmi iMmhmwI. Htnl wttb IimhII wtinnmtMwJ, Awl hn ttatvnrrl ( the armn im It Kwfcul it ulior of Ncki Ymt Utn Mntow nltORVther, mdo by lmii nw tmut ml wthr, 'Air m nothlns to the nwkM. every day with in im r Mock. Thwenre kkt ivf all illiwimfmn, screeching, iellhx tMr lultntlnlw: There am wowwii taullnft madly from tint windows to the mmet TItere re w wor grinder rmutntr. there are onM a rt1tit slngtnf , Anil the lrrllii Ihium pianos unulil put beulam ijiutu tn Mmtne. Tliere are trwcks fon er rolling, tbere are feet forever Mi-mimm There are ru tuen shrilly calling ulth ticker eeaslntf eeH: Mut tho huckster llh his apples, cnuHflnivcr ana eubOAffc, Krapj.le for the foremost place" of honor and pro- rceils to down ...

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. — 3 February 1894

HAWAIIAN I'ttllMSIIl-.ll liviiuv ai-ti:uso(n i:xci:i;t hunkav, Tlllt.M1l I'inV (HINTS A .MONTH IN AltVAMJI.'. ( VOL II.- HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 3. 1894 NO. 2C3 THE 1 v. v. ll. 1 f OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. i'iiovisionai. vi:iinmi:nt ok tiiu HAWAIIAN ISl.ANKS. KXOTITIVE CODNCIU S. U. Dole, 1'roiMeiit of the Provisional Gov ernuicnl of (lio Hawaiian Islands, and Mlnlslerof Foreljrn.AtTalrs. j, A. KtnK, Minister of the Interior. 8. .M. Damon, MlnUterof Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Anvisoiir CotlNCit, W.'C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provision .at Government of tlie Hawiilinti Inlands, Cecil brown, E. D.lenncy, John Nott, C. Holte, John Ena.. V. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterliousc, Ed.Snhr, A, Younir, J. 1 Mcndonca, F. M. Hatch, John KiiuiH'luth. C. T. Koditers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. ' Hupiifme CoriiT. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Ju...

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. — 3 February 1894

T.HB HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, RFfiBUAftY 3. i8o.. 91' for The Hawaiian Star. I'UBLISHKD RVBRY AFTtlRNOON HXOBI'T SUNDAY UY TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NEW&FA PUR ASSOCIATION. Ltd. tVAl.THIt O. SMITH. IIKOttUK MANXOX. .NtmiMtliiac IVlltor. HiullieM Milliliter. HitneitllTloX HATi. IVi Ymr 111 Ailvnmw. - 'It10 I tit Month Hi Ail wit. - Jii (mi'lali, wr Ymr In Ailvniico. - - IftW' SATUHDAY. I'UltUUAltY 3, 1801. It's a wise Royalist 'who knows where he is at. Tun lrreut American 1oet lins found Hawaii a fascinating theme. I.ater on the librettist of the comic opera will take his turn. Ii the Paradise of the Pacific sub sidy could be given to a competent corresponding clerk for the llureau of Information, Hawaii would gel more good out of it in the future than it ever has done in the past. It' you want to continue reading Captain Charles King's fascinating tale "Ifoes in Ambush," buy a copy of the WkhkU Star, which j will be issued Monday morning. J The further chapters of the story will not ap...

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. — 3 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY, .1. 1894. LKAGUK' HAS ITS SAY. A STAT1IMI1?'T Tit III: SUNT TO Till: IIMTIIII MTATIi. An AihmiI f Aliierlciom-Niil lli-vnln tliitilfttA-Hriitliut'liln (in Colivlcl mill Chinese. Another of the big, booming meetings' of the American League' wa lielil last vvening. Twelve were Inltiateil, twelve were elected to niemlicmhlii, and nine p1ientioiiH tiled. The following state ment to he forwarded to proporchaiihcls In the United Slides was endorsed unnniniouly: "The Amcrlean League wishes to ho heiiulin 'Hie Hawaiian Islands mntter.' This organization has nn actual active inenihorf-hlii of more than live hundred i-ltlzeii of tliu United Stated. its ranks Ineludoonlvcillu'iisol the greatest lte phblic of the earth. This society lias s-itor Leagues ttiioii other islands of the group. Following Hie excerpts troni the preamble: a tin. Provisional Oovrrhmciit was established to s-ccuru anne.ation to the United States we pledge ours'clves to support paid l...

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. — 3 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1894. 1 m rnTrii m i tinn-vT i nr i AT TIIK 1 A nKnA ACLI'J. "SHORTENED LIVC3; Ofl, A CHEERFUL. GOODBY TO 1893." IIpt. tlr.1nlnm?a Clmn(r Vcly Timely HultJiH t l'or 1IU Stiiiii 1 lit Cltrl.tliwi la JtiU Hirrn lluliilrtil antl Mttj-.flve Mile NlMirep llotu. Itl!0(ir.l.VN, Dec. HI. In tho forenoon rvlco nt the tlronklyn Tabernacle today I!tv. Dr. Talnuiye preached n thcmbjict nf "Shortened I.lv-; or, A Cheerful (lood liy to I8UB." Tim text, selected Mas K1I11I1 till, 1, "The righteous Ntuken irony from thicil to come." We have written for tho last tltno ut tho head of our letters mill lmlness documents the figures With this day closes the year hi January hut we celebrated Its birth Today we attend lis obsequies An other 1U niontbs have been cut out of our earthly rontllitianoA and It Is u time for absorbing rellectiou. We nil upend much time In pancRJ r!c nf longevity. Wo consider It u reat tiling to live to bo an octogenarian. If any ono dies I...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 February 1894

jf" CiEj THE HAWAIIAN STAR. " ' EME1 f J ' VOL II. ' 4 HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS JlONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 5, 1894 - tfo.lfc, 1 at' - -., , it :" ? t --. . 1, v -kJt I' ' hi" r... en x .' OFFICIAL DIHKCTORY. I'llOVlSlONAIi tioVKItNMKNT OK T11K HAWAIIAN IBLANIW. ( Executive Council. H. II. Dole, President or tlio Provisional Gov ernment of tlio Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign AlTalrs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. B. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W0. Hmtih, Attorney-General. Aiivisnitv Couscit-. V. O. Wlldir. Vice-President of the Provision al (luverniuentof tlio Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Ilrown, E. I). Tenney,' ' Jolin Nott, O. liolte. John En's. W. F. Allen. James F. Morgan, Henry Wnlcrhouso, Ed. Snhr, A. Younp, .1. V. Jlondonca, 1'". M. Hatch, John Kmmuluth. C. T.' Koli?ers,.Hecrc(nry Executive and Ad vlsory Councils. BUI-llKMH L'ouiiT. Han. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. II. V. Iilckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frcar, Second Associate Justice. Henry...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 February 1894

HAWAIIAN 5TAft, MONDAY, RFEBUAkV J, 1894. WAI.TKH U. SMITH. UlIOIttlK MANSOJf, - XiinaitlnK lMltor. IiiiMncu Miinnttcr. MIIKCHlrrlO IIATI.. fpi Voir In Advance, - ler Monlli in Advance, - - huirlfjn, per Year In Advance - If 0.00 J5I1 I0.CK AIlVKIlTIStNU ItATES! llatci lor Inimical mid rPiculiirnilvertWiiK ' li nbtnlnoil at tlio publication otlUv. To secure prompt Insertion nil ndvertNe linnts wit be delivered nt Hie Binlne9 yiimce before 1 p. m. Hk , Thk Hawaiian Star. Htf I'UBLISHBD liVERY AFTERNOON H: I 1SXCEPT SUNDAY HH. UY rllE HAWAIIAN STAK NKWSPA- Bfft PSR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. V mm MONDAY, l-T.HKUAUY 5. 1891. Tllli SENATE WITH US. a iauiii.wii.i: itixn.niox ih nr. ri(fiTi:i. n liitfrfiTi'iK'.i With tli- I'mi lliinl (toii'tiiiiii'iit inul " rori'tKii - . ' lntriiilliii. hum's offer, but Cnntuln HlitoUtonl jnti lit thy In tliu runic of tho Unilu Statu? ivnr u-chels and the formidalili liroci'iMon etartiil up the harbor, iw Iloet twin' qtilto clo' to Mioro, causing (trait I'xultt'i...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN PBDRtlAflt. , r STAR, MdtfSfr, fc - .fC. " to THIS LVHUIill COUNCIL AN ANNl'X VTIO.V r.WI.S TO Ol.llll MI'.KTINti r..ire-liili tin ttic l'rti'rt-1 ('tilllirllliiell 1'rt .tMit- A Sul.-t lllltc -C luti 1)1. l-liin Plan. TheriT-wiii consldcrnhly hctter than tin1 average iitti'iitliunH' for Saturday. night'B meeting of tho Annexation Chili. It had lieen nimpunrtil that the propo sition lo t'lilurm1 the AdvisUry Council was to Ik? considered. A resolution en dorsing the plan to have Ion more iiu'inhers wni tliu pjtccinl onlor. l'resl dent P. M. Hiilcli conducted tin1 meet ing. Ministers! Klii) niul Smith anil Councllincii Wilder iuhI Kiiimclulli were present. Unite, n discussion on the manner of voting was had. Uwas llunlly tlcoltljil that the meeting might make an in formal expression. On the resolutions n roll of tliu Chili olllcers would bo called. The resolution "advocating u larger Council and o( the fiiiuo elTeot as the expression ot tho American League had lieen intr...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 February 1894

THE HtAWMUH STAR M MDV. FEBRUARY J. 18.94 r r to ft'. Tli nrmmhiihl lMtlim lltveiitlr frc MmtH ( I'nnffrnw. ton thtdsyi vthvu John Qiilncjr Admin fAMttit valiantly upon tU lluor nf the bMHo tar lK right of iwtttlon tto uwre rt- HiMrtlnWe nitmo rial lm lutn pre tll tii eoriKrtM than thnt In (over of good rondo, for nlilch Senaliir Hoar tecpntly Uwn iotnr. It contained the tmiiit-i of ISO.OOC licner finni nil mif the United States, praying tliHt there lie established nt Wnthlnnton a de partment nf roads , similar to the de partment of agri culture, for the purpoo of pro motiii 11 knowledge of the art of construction roadi, and that In such department adeqnnte provision be made for the Instruction of student. Amonuthe sinners are the Kovemora f 1 of the tatf and other state and United States ofilclals, judges, lawjers, doctors, merchants, editors and prominent citizens generally, and It was Indorsed by the legis lature, of Massachusetts, by chambers of commerce ami Isiards of trade, by...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 February 1894

, It- , lll ' vPvlPslllH V MBMlWSHBMWSBMMPlBBIMPPPIsBi!ll W !" , - v MiHRIIHMPflS99rf j!-'ffllrailPl'iF-fP-KP i8-? -sttt; t """ TT i. - p .............. i,T ' i'inii.itiii:ii , ' &'," , J CVIlltV Al'TllllNIIDN J Si". i:x(ii:i'T mi.vdav, J THE HAWAIIAN 1 Hill MSI I'IPIV t!IMrist A MONTH IN A 1 1 VA Ml Ik .VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Op-SDA Y IJVENING l'EBIU'AKV 0. 1JI04 NO. a$ S & V. r I. lb DIltECTOUY. 'I'ikivisionai. iovi:unmi:nt or Tin: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. llXF.CIITIVE COH.NCIU ' K. II. Dole, President ot tho Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, anil Minister of Forelirn AtTairs. 3. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Mlntsterof Flnnnee. W. O. Smith, Attornoy-Ucneral. . Ativiwitv CntiNCiU V. C. Wilder, Vice-President ot the I'rovislon al Government of tho Hawaiian Inlands. Cecil Drown, K. I). Tonney, John Nolt, LVllnltc, John Ena. XV. K. Allen, .Tames F. Morgan, Henry Wnterhouse, 'Ed.Suhr, A.Yoiinir, J. P. Mendoncn, F. M. Hatch, John Kmmeluth. O...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 February 1894

juwii.kiif - 7f. m THIt HAWAIIAN STAR, TUBSDAY, RFM1UARY 6. 1894. 1 w. . IT . if- Tim Hawaiian Star. I'MHt.lSIIBI) HVBKY AinHKNUeN BXBIt SUNDAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NMW&PA I'HK AS500IAT1BN, LlJ. VAiJtm li. HMtTll. MwrtiHr Iltor. I'm Tmr In AdvUMe, - - - - WW I'cr Monlli In Ailvmwn, - - - Ji hnrrttl, per Yr In Artwnc. - - lo.Wi Tt'KSDAY, FKintUAUY It, 1HUI. "lilt's my G rover and I'm his IU" is now the favorite song on the New York boulevards. Wn print another of President Dole? extraordinary letters to-day and shall re-issue it, before the next steamer goes, in pamphlet form. Wi; now hear that the Chinese bill is merely a suggestion. That is a gratifying circumstance. As a proposition it would have suited 1 nobody who has the principle at heart of the greatest good to the greatest number. In the form of a suggestion it may be more readily disposed of. Ik the agitatiVn for an enlarge ment of the Advisory Council, which has succeeded in the Ameri can League and been beaten in the ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TTIiSDAY. PBDRUARY, r, &. . 3 iliYSW CIMfn I'lCATIflXS ' "'"'t ""' H"- ! 8lt (hivem JCf York rVrwM tblMi-d I l,ll( f.T I , ),$, IsllUor M I'VI I' I lUto.. ,,,, mi) nrt-wnliil to the Hi'iml fni i mm lit. VUrfilnJlmi MiriwiwtHlwil. 1 1 JUUl'u 1 nu.'l m.no. MIIIMlilMI.MTIIIIJI10 .MIMM1IIH WII.M", "lr "f .iinlticr lUmpler In the lll'hi iimltc tjiri-MU'imilitiri" Now III I'niKri-M. 1 1 mi whlrli 1 nmkc III liilliiivlttn ex "A illiiliiiiinllr iH.inlHliell will 1 itirnl wlllitit ifit next few tints mill the if iiitllletilinti. Thl irmly WHuwIllnlrNWii li.v President tloiclitid liiiiiKilUti'ly tiKin lin cntci injf ullloti without irti ir notice to this flnveriiiiioiit fir Itn rvhre- Hi'titndvi-n of Mi ItiU'tilioii mi tu ilu, or of I nirt will In) hoard tlinniijliiiiit the entile m ronsoim nir such notion. worm. 2. lininoill.itely thereafter theProsi-i "Tin-Iminli wllllio thrown liv nn nr. dent nppoh'toil llim. .Iiimutll. Illoutil n redlted repiiwiilniivo of the United...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1894. A BRipt HUNTING PftlNCE. Th Ilmnllt(i With Wlllctl Vlctnr m.nitit of ttnll If 144 1 CiihlfiuK llni- Jt Tl alon witrti for bride made by the rrenn prince of Italy Inn ended, nocordltiK to report from Vienna nnd Home, In tlip chrtee of the Arohduchmo Marin Annuncl atn, tho daughter of Archilnka Kiirl I.nd witf nml tlio ArcliilnelivM Mario Therce of Amtrln. The prince'i win horn In lbTfl Kiul Utlie l(erof theArcuduehe" Mnrici reto, who married Duke Albrecbtof Wur tenibertf n jir n.o. It I supposed that the recent vllt of Count Nigra to Vienna wn made In connection with tlio runioreil ens(nnemrnt of the young couple. l'rlnce Victor Kmninnuel U now 24 years old. lie Is of medium height, perhaps n little below It, nnd of delicate build. Un fortunately for lilin, while not homely, he las not Inherited the facial beauty of his lovely mother, (Jueen Margaret, low? con sidered tlie handsomest princess In Kurope. To the rcRret of the king and queen,...

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. — 7 February 1894

1 I- OFFICIAL DMKCTORY. l'ltOVISIONAI.'(ltVI!IlNMI!NT OV TIIK HAWAIIAN INLAND. KXKCfTIVB COUSCII. S.H.Pole, President ol tho Provisional Gov ernment of tlio Hawaiian Inlands, and Minister of. Foreign AITalrs. J. At King, Minister of tlin Interior. S. Mi Damon, Minister of Finance. - W. O. Smith, Attornoy-Ucnernl. Anvisonv CoitnciI-. V. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Tro Islon al (lovernmcntof tho Hawaiian Islands. Oorll llrown, K. D.lemiey, John Nott, 0. liolte, John Kna. . W. V. Allen, . . James F. Morgan, Henry Watcrhouso, Ed.Suhr, A.Ydun. J. P. Meiidoncn, F. M. Hatch, John lSininelllth. C. T. llodgcrs, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. StirnrME Uouirr. Han. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. lllekcrton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. George I.ucns, First Deputy Clerk. U. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. Ciucwr Julian. , First Circuit: H. K. Cooper, W, A. Whiting, Uahu. (S...

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. — 7 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, V!iNDES'DAY, RFEBUARY 7. 1894. The Hawaiian Star, j NOT A.N Al I.N ll l;l li. 1'UULtSIIED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY Ui I UK HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. VAIIV.U O. SMITH, (1IMIU1U MAXSON, - Managing Editor. Tlui.lnes't Mnnnger. 0IKCIIITlllN IIATI'.S. IVi Your In Advance, - Per Month In Advance, -. - Huelgn, per Ymr In Advance - SHOO 4" to.. ADVEHTI9INO HIIW ttntes lor transient nml rctrulnrnilvcrlWng ran bo obtained at tlio publication ollloc. 'J'owoure prompt lii-i'rtlnn nil advertise ment mint bf delivered ntllio lluslne tlllli'o before 1 p. m. ""WE ON lrPAY, IT lilt uTuVt. 1S9), Till! demand for the recall of Mr. Willis is getting to be general in the Democratic newspapers. Wluit Cutiiiii'l Klintti-r tin (u Siiy nl Himself Colonel V. H. Shutter hns not re ceived' liny overtures from President Dolototnko command of the urmy of the Hnwnllnn I'rovlslonul (.iovorninont. He said yesterday Hint thu rumor thnt such nn offer hud been mndo uus In corr...

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. — 7 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WENDESDAY, FEBRUARY, 7, 1891. THOSK SlEJlFlCATIOiS. Mil. 110M'. H11.N1H TllliJI HI .1IIMSTKI1 Wll.l.IN. Toil of Aimtlirr Chapter In Ilic tlliln I null Ic C'iirreiiiiuleiire Now hi I'murc". Ili-low nro tlio concluding i.narratihs 01 rrcsliliiit Doles reply to thu demand of Minister Willis for "epcrldcatlons" in supiiorl of ptateinenls made liy tlio I la wnlliin Kxecutlve In eniller correspond- AlllCC! To which Mr. Orcslinni replied: "Our relation in tho pant linvo been lileneant and I wiinl them to continue to bo to In tlio fiitmc, nml to be per fectly coin toons lit yon, but I cannot nt liresent assure you morn fully thmi I liiivc. "12. On tho lflth of hut November them wns published in the HAWAIIAN Staii mi interview with you, with tho nccoinpmiviiiK Hlnteinent thnt tho proofs hail been revised by jou. Tho following are extracts ihcrefioin, pur porting to bo statements inado by you: You nro nutliorinil to hiv from mo Hint no change, In tlio' parent situation will...

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. — 7 February 1894

f -7.", THE HAWAIIAN STA.R WEHDESDM. FEBRUARY 7, 1894. , . i . . I THE PliliSS CULLEUY.1 PORT RAITS OF 0R1LLIANT MEN WHICH ADORN ITS WALLS. Dana, Held, l'ulllirr, .Mi'illll, Scot I, Hat ton, IIAInti'ail iiml other Jlniilpuliitotl of Omit Htiil rmipcrmu.liiiiniftls Not abln l'acrt Wlilcll Aro Mldl. tSjicclal Correspondence.! WAsmxtiTOS, .Inn. 1. An nrt fjallery of Mro Interest mill xmnll relebrity Is ono 1 lilch linn its existence In tlie cnpltol of the United Stntes. Few but iici piipi'P men ever fee It, nml tiewspaptr men ni n rule linve wmvtliiuK dsn to write about than the ncenwi rttnlii which they perform their iliilly lalwrs. Tor this nrt nailery adorns the comfortable lobby of the press Kallery of the house of representatives. Here are S5 portraits of newspaper editors and proprietors, compilslns n majority of the most famous Journalists of our country ntid generation. Probably ai more Interesting portraits conld not be Riithcred in ono spot. Cer tainly it would be impossible ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 8 February 1894

HAWAIIAN I'tllll.lSllllll AITIlll.NOON ll.XUIU'T KtlMMV, VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Tlll'KSDAV EVENING FEBRUARY NO. 267 - UVHUV AITIlll.NOON ' U h!. Pi f 11 ... I . i if- f W s I 2 OFFICIAL DlllKCTOKY. pitovisioNAt. hovi:unmi:nt or tin: HAWAIIAN Ist.ANKS. llXRCITlVH COHSCIU s. II. Doli-. l'roslilatit of tho Provisional (lov eminent nf Hid ltuwnllan IslftmU, ami Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, .MInltcrof tho Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. 0. Umlili, Attorncy-Ueneral. Aiirinnitr Corscit. W. 0. Wilder. Vice-President of tlie I'rov Islon nl (Invcrnmentof tlm Hawaiian Manila. Cecil Ilruwn, K. O. "lcniiey, John Nott, C. l'oltc, John Kna. W. V. Allen, James F. Morgnn, Henry Wntcrlioiisc, Eil.Suhr, A. Youni-, .1. P. Mciiilonca, F. M. Hatch, John Kuiinelntli. . C. T. HmlRerB, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Sl'PllFME Ool'Iit. Hon. A. F. Jndd, Chief .luatlce. Hon. It. F. lllckcrton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frcar, Second Associate Justice...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 8 February 1894

All It HAWAIIAN' UTAH,' THURSDAY, UPttHUARY K. iftot. e i PinP l.Tn,tn Q.1..M Hdnt rtfrW to handle tbcqttM 1 Hit 1-iAWAHAN blAR. tte thoW hlvforfrar of hvitlH I'UIILISIIBU BVHRV AKTI!KNOON , HXCHIT SUNDAY UY TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR NHWSI'A- PHK ASSOCIATION. LM. , tfAirnit o. hmitm. MtwlKW Jfcnager. smweiiimo iiArm. IVi Vmr In AiIvmmo. -IVr Menlli In AdvHnee, - rin4ffn, iw Ymr In Advtuies.- M lUi AlivmiTisi.vo iiatm: ltillei lor tinlnt mill reirUlartidvertlItiK ran bo obtained hi llio imlillcHtlon oillce. 'luwouro prompt Insertion nil Hilvrrtlt fueilt mint be delivered at the IIUllleM Ulllee befiirn I p. in. TllCKSUAY.nninUAUY 8. 18111. ' It is not known as yet whether the "specification" letter 1ms seen print in the United States. It ar rived in Washington and was placed on President Cleveland's desk on January 24th. Public curiosity, at last accounts, was di rected to it without the certainty of being satisfied. The chances favor the idea, however, that if the letter is not sent to Cong...

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