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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 8 February 1894

fM-lit Hawaiian star, Thursday, pihmimry. 'S?m. TIIK LAST DITCH KI.OODKl). I'lllllllHIIII l,.VS1 MOVII (II' IIOVAI. I IMTH Clli:()H.MATIl! IiiIi-iiiIimI In Aluii-lll In lllinlnml nml rntliro llrlxKilliiK 1'iillc.v nml j Mmirur lim-trlne. It is lotirnod with fiitllciont ik)U1m' lii's to illliiw It li U' nt-ertoil n 11 fuel Unit the hilely iiliuniloiieil ltoyulist pro gram Included tin." lhvnlon of Washing. Ion by 0. V. Aclifonl nnd a train of workers for tho lost emtf-o. The iidviinoo Htmrd of till" lU'liyation vtn? on tlioevo of departure for tlio Ensl from San 1'ran risen wlien tho lielieudlin: interview was iiiihlUhed In ttii-'Un'ititl States. The. appearaiieo in print of this frightful dcelnration of policy liy the os-fjiiwii knoekod the phini of the JlonarehiftH fortv time.' lifirlior than t'ol. Uilderoy's eololirnlcd kite. They paid pan then and there. With ilicerniiient and judgment that do them credit they were Fiiddonly hrotiitlil to the realization that further etfort on li...

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. — 8 February 1894

TMIi HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY, FUnRUARY S. iEq4- I SOME ODD ST0K1KS. AOVSNTURES ANO INCIOtNTS FAR OUT Of THE OflDINAKY. Ill ditnrmmttrthlft Mutiny n tin, Atiir Irnii Mil Milium! 0rrMirrcil nml XrtAilrlll InnnOprn limit The Storm nml tlid VUIiiii of the Milimn-ck. ICoprrlgM. by Amertwin I'm Axwt'l tfan. Kverj-lxxlv ri-inemlwr tho mrMerlntia unci unoxplnlnetl ilIwpiiearHlice of tbe full rltmttl Auifrimn ohlp Mnlmwk that. mltml from Fon-Choo, China, with n cnrun of tens ooti'lKtieii to New York ilenlrw. It 1 known there win n inutinj- nml tlmt C'np tfiln Crew nml some of tho crew were cist nilrlft In mi open limit by the rebellious mllon, but there I n portion of the! cap. tain's xtory tlmt ha never before nppenreil 111 print. I hail Ions talk with tho old skinner n few tlnys aiio, nml he tohl me of the whole otrnngii ufTn.tr from beifitinlnK to enil.Klvlnn me liberty to pnbllh it tr 1 wiiheii. I fouiiel it intereetiins, nml It may Interest other. The Molmw k's crew wn n motley collec ti...

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. — 9 February 1894

. ., jTf "H315" CC?Cr if" iP JTk 'Jnwi-jm , J nxuiii'T MixitAY. , mMm Jgunsi rcfs-I nHUnfU teSaMfiM W W JN VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FRIDAY EVENING ri-DRUAUV 9' XI). 263 f I v OFFICIAL D1IIKGT0UY. Viiovisionai. ci(vi:iiNMr.NT or tiii: HAWAIIAN ISI.ANIIS. r. II. Pule, Prosld.-nt ot (ho Prmlslnnal Oov eminent of tlio Hawaiian Inlands, anil Minister of Foreign Altlr. J. A. Kln, Minister of tlio Interior. S. M. Damon, M Inlster of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. AllViSOllV ClIL'M'IU . W. C. Wilder, VIce.I'resliH'nt of the l'ro lslon ul (li'ivernim-ntot tlio llawallun Islands. Oecll llrown, K. I). 'Icnnoy, John Nott, C. liotle, .lohn Kna. W. V. Allen, James F. Morgan, llenrj- Wnlcrhnusc, Eil.Snhr, A. Youwr, ,1. 1. Mcndunca, F, M. Hatch, John Kinmelnth. C. T. HoilKers. it'ecretary Executive and Ad- vlsory Councils. SUl'llKMB CocTUT. Hun. A. F. Judil, Chief Justice. Jlon. II. F. Illckcrton, First Assocluto Justice. lion. W, K. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry fnddi. C...

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. — 9 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, RIDAY, FEBRUARY o. 1804 The Hawaiian Star. I'UHUSllKt) KVKKY AVTKKNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UV THE HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. NVAtt'KH (I. SMITH. MutmaliiK lilltor. KIIIWCllllTKlN HATW I'ei Voir In Advance, - I'or Month In Advanco, - - rmclirn, per Yair in Advance, - ffl.00 10.00 AiiVEiiTHiNd hates: llntci tar transient nmt regular iidvcrtWni ran lj obtained al tlio publlontlon ottlco, Tose'euro prompt linertlnn nil ndvcrtl- moiits limit lie Ucllvrrwl nt Ihu limine. Utllce before 1 p. m. rniDAY. Finmu.vuY o, mu. THE COMING CONSTITUTION. President Dole, in his retire ment from the Foreign Office, will devote himself to the work of pre paring a new constitution which will, be passed upon sometime during the spring by the collective wisdom of the country. It is an auspicious circumstance that the President is eminent as a juris consult, a patriot, a statesman and a philosophical student of affairs, and that his life has been spent among the races and conditi...

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. — 9 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, "FRIDAY, FEBRUARY', 9, 1894. 3 THH HAWAIIAN POLICY. l?ttti:t.A$ EXP BUT OX CHINESE. Tin: ijiiMiiismos it has maui: on A roiti:insi:it. AiiMTlrnn I'nrly Hlrlro Slmulil Slop t Hip Wilier' 1Ugv - Vims "fa IMpto nnitle mid Nnl llxnert. Zumcil, Jan. 1!). I met tlilt inoinliiK tlie continental expert 'f wliot-o views ns to the outlook of matters in tliu Medlteiinneiiu betwuen Franco nnd Kngliind I hiivo already Kiveti you boiiiu nccomit. He nccoted niu with tills question: "What fa thu inennliiK f n paragraph Iseoln thu Kolntache Zeitunu, from which It appeals that your Gov ernment In the United States has ie fuseil tho leuuest of tho Hawaiian lid nmls to 1) put uniler tho American HhhV 1 coulil only nnswer hlm.sofar 111 1 know, the request of the Hawaiian Islands, after belnc favorably collalilered by the recent nilinlnlstrntlon of the United States under President Harrison, had been left to he llnally dealt will) by the present administration iindi r Presi dent Clevel...

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. — 9 February 1894

I THE HAWAUAN ST AH FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1804. r' S rl V ti' !; fit. THE DISAGREEABLE MAN. 1 ntr't tnucli en tireicliln mir lellia ft whnpr-t r Hnow thlnci l rontlnncrly wntgln afkcwi I'vo Ulm ler i" Utwlni It's nlfliwt ter iToier Trf whittle j tr Btory nr cut II In two, lr I doilofvlfe, Jex' tcr him that tell llrs The feller thi't'a nuikln tl) bltfKiV Hilo. tlacmn tew our tnimn tneflln tliry'anlleM a feller Tlmt eIU In a fl.ljct an kiip" in all WW, Nimoimus pnn't sleep ulivn ho etnrl nut to teller. My 'pinion n' him let mo wlil.per lo yon. ' 1 1 x Jet nlnrat I.Ikn wr.utlln nout Tho feller thtt's nwkln the hlitges' ado. 'F of oiler's pot tntn'itkln tcr pay, let him faylt: I ain't n-coiuplalnln bo lonit c It's news 'V n teller's Kot Mitnpthln tcr pray, let him pray It, So lone ea It's short an o lone ex It's true. Hz I sal J afore, I'll p'lnf ter the iloor Tho feller thet's niakln the Unite' alio. New Kngltuiil Farmer. A Curiosity In ltookheepllifr. "Talking nbout uookWnlnn," aM Milt ...

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. — 10 February 1894

Ms? W,.;: HAWAIIAN STAR TI1K.MHI rinv CULMS A .MONTH IN AllVAMllt. i;vi;iiv AITUIINOON KXCIIPT (SUNDAY. VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATURDAV EVENING FEBRUARY 10 1894 NO. 269 "' J. IjVHllV AITUIINOON ' I I '" 1 RB 4. a 4 i- OFFICIAL DIIIKCTORY. rnovisioNAi. (iovi:unmi:nt op thi: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. .r.XECUTIVB COUNCIL. H. n. Dote, I'restdsnt of the Provisional Oov- ernment of the Hawallnn Islands, and Minister of Forolirn Affairs. J. A. Kins, Minister of tlin Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. 0. Smith, Attorney-General. Alivnnnr CntTKCih W.O. Wlliler. Vloe-I'reslilcnt of the Provision al Uovernmentof the Hawaiian Islands. Oeclt Drown, ' K. D. Tenney, John Sotl, C. Iloltc, .tohn Ena. W. F. Allen. James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouso, Ed. Ruhr, A.'Younir, J. I. Mendonca, F. XI. Hatch, John Emnieluth. 0. T. ltodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Kurnr.MK Oociit. Hen. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. K. lllckerton. First Associate Justice. Hon, V. E. Frear....

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. — 10 February 1894

THE HAWAHAN STAR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10 i8 c IP t i C ! 1 UK riAWAIIAM O'lAU. I'UULISIIHD EVERY AFTERNOON UXOUPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NRWiPA PER ASSOCIATION, Lid. WAl.TKIt (. HMIT11. UKtlHUK MAN.HOX, - Mnnnln 111 1luliiei Malinger. mmscitirTios iiATrn. Vet Ycnr In Advance, .... SUCH) lYr Month in Advuure, - .50 l oiflgn, lwr Yir In Ailvancp, - - lO.Cti auvfutimnu hvtfh: It.ilM lor trornlent nml rnKUliirnclvertlMna inn bo obuilned Rl the publication otllce. Toteeura prompt Insertion all iulvertle mfilt must bo delivered nlllie lluslnmt Ullteo before 1 i. m. SATtntlUY.lT.llUUAnY 10, 1891. DIVERSIFIED INDUSTRIES. Hawaii has always had one great and peculiar source of rev enue, which lasted for some time and then gave way to another. Thus, in the beginning, the natives dealt in sandal wood, and when the supply of the fragrant growth gave out the whaling industry came to the rescue of the island population and provided a new source of wealth. The discovery of coal oil, the outbrea...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 10 February 1894

Th'lt H A VTAll AN STAR, BATUftDAY, PltBNUARY. lo, 14. I?" HlUfiWKTIIK fiASK A WAY fW'liiMHi'.ry imiiImV 'omnliiir tip nil JIIVvlA . I, 111 I. UiOlliinil. ,,, ilM,iililnlcllwiItiM lH I very Mfllit tlnlcllilnctit. I lif to la n , fi'ilnlli clam .if imipltt In n llmt ouM ham i'aVkiih'h tuviijioxv to jih. III.D1INT. mIimh. Unit Dip tti'tiitnlloii Win Itrouutit Ahoiit Ii) IJIrrlllii.lillir'f-ii lti'iliit Mr. MAi-tn Control. ' In the chapter taken from Illnunl'a leliort 11 very lluiioitnut one, that cm- IwnlyliiK tlui tratimmiy nf Kniii 1'arkcr, lina so far been omitted from publica tion here. Mr. Parker, ns tlio Ktaii'h fnrclRti renders will tiiiilerstancl, was at the head of the Queen's lat Cahluel and was an eye-witness of tho events lead ing up to and including tlio revolution nf .lanunry 11th. Ilia testimony would have Batlslled any unprejudiced mini that thu revolution was brought about liy elrcunialnnees entiiely beyond the control of Minister Stevens and the liinal foreea of tlio...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 10 February 1894

I Hit HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1894- OAUSlfiS OF I'OVttliTY. , iRBV. OH. TALMAOI PfltAOHM UfON THI PflCMNT HARD TIMU. i Tim KrlllnirTwrimilrii.lim l.lfo t. tumiiir tlriir.1 Ihe MlriMitt-ruil lin irovlitrnrf11in (liMpet of HrlplliE Olh. r A I'rtl.l Up t'ollrj lor litr-riillj. llmKiKl.TN, Jnii. 7 It wml ninjtH nte tlmt. Dr. Tftlinnie lioull prmch thl prrninn after hfo iwrmml rontrtltutlun of 8.0U0 ioum1 of mint ami 9.0U0 Iohvm of brmit lo tlieHMirho RKtUrrnl shivering In the cold nrounu tlif btikerr anil mint utoroof llrooklyn, where tlie fowl wadh tributod without tlcktt. ami no recom mendation required except hmiirtr. The text win Matthew xxvl, 11, "Ye have the poor alM'iiy with you." Who nld thatr Tho Christ who never owneil nnythluK during his earthly stay. HI cradle and his (crave "ere borrowed. Kvery fi he ate wan from some one elo tree. Kvery drop of water he drank was from notueono eUe'a well. To pay his per sonal tax, which was very small, only 31 cents, he had to...

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. — 12 February 1894

HAWAIIAN I'tllll.lllllUl I'.vuitr aitiiiinoon JJXUIll'l' SU.MIAY, Tim.MSl rirtv oiit, a Movrri in aiivamii:. VOL It. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 12. I8yi NO. 2;tf TTT TT1 S 1-o.R ;: r OFFICIAL DIKKCTORY. -SIMtOVISIONAI, KVi:MMr.NT THIS HAWAIIAN IM.ANIll. KXECUTIVF. CoBNl'II 8.11. Dole, President of tlio Provisional flov crmuent of tho Hawnllali Inlands, and Mlnlslernf Fort-Ian Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Intorlor. 8. St. Damon, Minister of Flnntico. V. O. Smith, Attornoy-llcncral. Anvisniiv Council XV. C. Wilder. Vice-President of tlie Pro Islon nl (loveriimciitof the llnwnliiin Islands. Oeoll Hw". K. n.'lenney, John Nntt. 0. H"lle. John Kna. V'. F. Allen, James F. -Morgan, Henry alerhouse, Ed.Sulir, A.YomiE, J. 1 llcnilonca, F. M. Hatch, John Kmmcluth. C. T. Hodger. Secretary Exccntlvo anil Ail vlsory Councils. Suritr.ME Cottier. Hun. A. F. .Ttuld, Chief Justice. Hon. II. F. lilckerton. First Associate Justice. Hon. W. K. Frenr, Second Associate Justi...

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. — 12 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, FEDRUARY 1894 I' The Hawaiian Star. I'UHUBIIKU KVBKV AKTKKNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAK NEVVSPA . PlCR ASSOCIATION, Ltd, tVAl.TKH O. HMITll, ll I lOIUli: MANHON, - MittuutltiK Alitor, ItlKllieN Milliliter. MIIUCHIITION II AT 1.1. IVi Voir In Ailvumv, - Srtjn) 11 Monlli In AilVHiuc, - 0 huidtfti, wr Ycnr In AUtnim. - - Hum AtlVKHTimNIl htk.s; tinlH tor tnnileiit nml reitiilnrnilrprtHiiit vfln be obtained ut the lmlillotitlun ulTlce. 'i'tiMHJUro prompt Insertion nil mlvertlHe ineutH mtit bfi ileUveretl ntthe Huilnci Olllco lieforo 1 1'. 111. .MdxiuY, rnnnoAHY 12, isoi. REPRESENTATION AT LAST. The long fight that the Stak has made for a representative Council gives it reason to be deeply gratified at the manner in which the people, acting through the An nexation Club and the American League, arc rising to the occasion. When the Star began its crusade it was the habit of the Council to fill its own vacancies without con sulting the party, and now and...

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. — 12 February 1894

V KElMtliSEiVrATIOiX IT IS. rim ANNEXATION l'AUTY T NAM11 A COUNCILMAN, The I'lrnt Iinportntit Minn TmrHr.U'l'nt ) llnir tlio AilvUory Oiincll 1111 n Deinurriitlo Haiti.. Tlio committee or tlio Annexation Club, which was appointed lit a previous meeting to submit a plan of party organization, met Saturday night and conferred. As a first step It wus decided to prepare u platform, mid a committee was appointed for that purpose. During this week it is expected that a draught will bo made of this important lustra inent and that, before tlio end of the month, the Annexation cause will have u strong and well equipped party or ganization, represented by district clubs throughout the group, which will, when Ilia time comes, elect delegates to the constitutional and nominating con vention from which the structure and personnel of the Commonwealth of Ha waii is to be derived. After the meutlng of the committee the regular session of the board of ollicer of the Annexation Club began. Hon. F. 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. — 12 February 1894

t T.Htf HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY, FEBRUARY u. t8j. t4? f' ?! '? i lTr.J. ,"1, 'I' 1' JB 1 "Iff, ft,1,1!!,. .'!,.' '' " n'-fff1-"- A iTPUn ITCTVI'V 'lUVfl prwieMng iitlit and tuo deep woodlnu"n .1 JJ!iilU A .1 O I A.L 1 - .1. U mnlctnir the mi Just ilHtk enough to lend I lnrl brlahtiiM to the flHli? Btiil Miow the THE ASTONISHING WAR RECORD OF dtNERAL QEORQE SCAM GREENE. Horn 111 IB01, II Mtlttorptl Among (Jell bursrSiirfltnrji 111 181M--Vnllilit DreiU nt ' Atitletuin amt fleltjuluirc mill h WuiiiiiI nt WrtuhutrMe. ICopyrhtht, 1MB, liy Amertcnn l'rww AwtoIr tlon. lkwk rlgliu iwervwl.1 MONO the Now York vpterin nt the srrivit dedlri- H tinii reunion on the !!.! t I-ilel. I nt tict Mnliurg Irmt limiii li rH Gener al l-ienrjw Senrs Greene, 11 jnlly cumrHdn irlitio almndHiit white, locki earrv tho fnwM of 03 win tern. Think of It burn In 1W il tinder JttTerton'H admin Utrntlon, crmllnl, nilt were, uitbthe young republic ltl hftrUI, 1 K-Art. tlirltlul rllli fmali ii-hneM from tho luittle-! fl...

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. — 13 February 1894

3 I -J 1 4 I'L'IILISIIIII) liVMlY AFTKIIMOON IDIOISI 11 1 TV CI1.NTK A MONTH UXOKIT 8UNIIAY. I- IN AIIVAJst'i:. VOL II. ilONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS TUESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 13. NO. 27 1 HAWAIIAN STAR OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. l'uovisioMAi. (vi:unmi:nt op tiih HAWAIIAN ISLAND. fcXKC'tlTIVK Cnil.NCIL. 8. II. Dolo, President of the Provisional Oov crament of .tho Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Forelun Altai. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. ltamou, Minister of Finance. V. 0. Smith, Attorney-General. Auvisony Cnraciu W.C. Wilder. Vice-President of the rrolslon al (lovernment of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil brown, John Nott, John Kna. James F. Morgan, Ed. Suhr, J. I'. Mendonca. E. I). Tonney, C. Holte, W. P. Allen, Henry Walcrhouae. A. Your-, F. M. Hatch, John Eminelutli. C. T. ltodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. SUl'ilEME Comer. Hun. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. n. F. Ulckcrton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY t3. 1SC4 i'liE Hawaiian Star. I'UULISHKU liVKKY AFTbKNOON BXCKl'T SUNDAY 1IY THE llAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. rt'At.TKtl BMtTll, uuninr. mansosj. Maimnlnir Editor. DtlttH' MlltlHtftT. , niriRniiiTinx iiatk. I'ti Ytwr tn Advance, -I'isr Mouth In Advance, -Nui'luu, T Year In Advance. - M.00 -To W.i AllVKHTtHISCJ llATRSI Itrtlen lor tninlcnl imil regular ml vcrtMna can bo obtained nl tlio publication nfllon. Toweeuro prompt Insertion all ndcrtle mciitR mint l"i delivered iitllvu limine. OIUco before 1 1'. in. "TUKS1)AY, 1'KDltUAHY lit, 1801. LEAGUE NOMINATION. Having named a capable and patriotic citizen for membership in the Advisory Council, the Ameri can League has put its request for representation there into concrete form; and it remains for the An nexation party to say whether the request shall be granted or whether, at the great risk to political unity, it shall be resisted or denied. V take it that nothing can be said against ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 February 1894

THE HAWAiiAN STAR-, 'RUE9RA FEBRUARY. t3,V-ir&. 1 - 1 'W Al.ly t r I" A LOGICAL KDIl-lCK. (B nr.Nitv cash.i'h aiiNoli: in t JW inii;i'h.nii:nt." 'A toilful Mrilrtiirn itf rnlltlrnt . mciil 1 ln lliiuntluii Ca lrp'iiti'il. Tliero Is n ilfstioslthm on the pnrt of poiiio I ml I viil unl.s and emtio tu'WHiuipcrK to ri'nlit the rt'ntonition of tlu Ha waiian Queen by Iho rieiiih'iit n nn net of abstract or Muni justice, on tliu assumption, of oours", tlint olio was do jioseil only by tho actual co operation of tho Uniti"l States. It In coneedeil jut linps Hint hiicIi nn net on the :ii t of thu President would, tin nn net of war, bo nn Infringement nn the CoiiHtitiilton, It Is nilinltteil nlso that even with tho iiasent of Congress It would involve n violation of international law iind n breach of interimtiotinl eotnlty. It would probably be allowed nlso by men who are neeustoined In any degree' to rcllect upon tho rehtlons ot law nnd inornls that tho circumstances intif t bo rnre Inde...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 February 1894

j THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY. FEJlRtMMY 13, 18 i F." ft ' WAES IN ZU1ULAX1). HOW CHAKA MADE HIS PEOPLE A NATION OF WARRIORS. lie Wft nn Afrlcmi Cimtnicrnr .Mttlelid lTinti Napoleon nmt TrnlnmltliMl lll 1 Srlrlt to Saig- Who Still llefjr lluropenu Annie. tCojqrrlglit, 1W. 'V Anirlcnn rrt Awweln tlan. Uook ritrbta mctmlj llori.l) the HIV nw of southern Afrira.wUli whom ilii' i:tiKllli are VI; again hnbi-olled In 15. ,t trn tittnltt tfifli tsiA torlnl louiidnrle. t.i move true to tnotr :! ....... i-j.llii,,.,- j J .1 Ml mini. i nn little trouble before the coveted Kol'lfle-Ul are open to while nii'ii. lue .Mata heirs were once numbered iininug the Zulu, that na tion of wild tribe terrible Clialtn, who as founded by the pired to bo and was an African Napoleon. Chaka win the sou of a Zulu chief ami received the trainiiiK of n prluotl- warrior. Heherd tale of Napoleon's remarkable career and took the adventurous Cm-ilcan for hU hero and model. On the death of his father Chaka usurped the U...

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. — 14 February 1894

EC AWAI I TAR. l'ttiu.lsiii:!) liVHUY AI'TllttXOON KXCKI'T NUNIlAY. TI1U.M1I iitv ciivrs a jioxrii IN AllVAMJI!. J .4 VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS WEDNESDAY" EVENING EEBUUAUY 14. if94 NO. 373 k , , . 4-z '4 ' OFFICIAL DIKKOTOUY. PIUIVISIONAl. tMIVl UN.MI'.NT OK Till! HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. l'.XEtTTIVK OOUMIII. ... ti k'i- ti.t,uni. of the Provisional llov eminent of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Forelitn AITalrs. J, A. King, Minister of tlm Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of Finance, W. t). Smith, AttorncjMlcneral. , AllVIWlKV COI'NCIU W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the l'roi Islon, al (lovernmentof the Hawaiian Islands. Oooll Hrown, E. I). Tonnes', John Nott, C. lloltc, .lohn Kna. W. P. Allen, .Tames F. Morgan, Henry Watcrhotisc, Kd.Suhr, A. Yonntf, J. P. Jlondonca, F. M. Hatch, ,Inhn Kminuluth. C. T. ltodncrs, Secretary' "Executive nnd Ad vlsor Councils. Siumieme ComtT. Hn. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. II. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear. Secon...

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. — 14 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN' STAR, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. iM iTiiK Hawaiian Stak. l'UULISHBD HVHRY APT HMNOON HXCHPT SUNOAY IIV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NBWM'A. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. w'Al.TKn . MMtTH. 'itHORtin MA.NKOK. - Mitnmrln IMItur. iiimcniniiw iiatw. I'm Vm In Advance, - WO r Monlli In Ailvnnre, - Kiiflmi. ner Ymr In ArtVBiico. - 10.i AIIVHHTIMSH iiatbm: HhIm lor trBii'lent mul rmruIariKHwlMus 0111 l obtained nt Hie publication olllce. To (.oeure prompt Insertion nil mlvwlle tnent iiiut 1 delivered nt thi llnnliie" Ollliti before 1 p. m. VTKDXKSDAY, KlvHltU.VUY H, 1801. THE ACT OH ANNEXATIONISTS. Under the headline: "The American League Takes Possession of the Annexation Club," the Adver tisir implies that the action of the mass meeting last night was that Of a foreign body invading the unpro tected camp of the legitimate party garrison. A poor excuse for the defeat of the conservative group is probably better than none, hence we cannot blame the morning paper for saying what it has; but when the...

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