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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 February 1894

TI11J HAWAIIAN ST A It, WRDNBSDAY. Mlim'UAKY, 14. iS0. 1). 11. SMITH TI1K raXM.;;;.; NOTKS FR.OM 1111.0. Now our friends on the oilier Mde hum i,i:a(iiiii citoim: iiai irimi nv 1111: 31 ASM MIll'.TIMI. (Irinl 4lnllirrliiir nt tin- Drill Nhrd Vuled fur 1111 DnlatRi il Ciiunrll - bMPCllt'l Jllllte. D. II. Smllli first, tlio rest nowhere. That is tlio result, f farm the electors nro concerned, of tlio contest for tlio sent In tho Advisory Council Hint I9 to become vnennt owing to tlio promotion or Mr. 1'. M. llntcli to tlio foreign port folio. Tlio volro of tlio people was heard ngaln In tlio historic Drill Shed Inst night. Tlio people wont on record in the regulation American manner. They res6nted the attempt nt cllquo doniln iition and In clear (ones declared for rulo lv tlio musses. IL'hn Annexationists wcre early for the expected fray. The program was for 11 nominating convention as preliminary to an election projected to he held during the week. Hy the action of the mass meeting o...

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. — 14 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN S"PA!R V BONKS DM', FRBJIWAWV 14. t&vt. aOIiS Ol)J) STORtlSS. IMTBMtTINQ TALES OFOVtNTUNG OH HA AND UNO. Til if n NMnah l.lf . Slnry Hint Iotnl u I'lillli 3Iirl lwt Ht rt Wln -n,i Grnvo Tim Want ,if t lioU.oim- In- Cofjrttil, If!, by ArpcHcfln I'm Aortn llon.l .Thorp lire men mid women, too whoso lives Mould Feemtobe one unbroken rro ord of M-lfltlmeM, and yet who innnng to get 011 In the world, ami, to win where others much totter t linn themselves full. Dick &olinfrby wan a mmi of thin hind. Dick ami I wire ilWant oouin and pl.ty roates and schoolmates In our boyhood, 1 recall n dltluctly as If It were yesterday that Die k tutd n (treat habit of brwihlnu tops, letting kites get loo, 1oIhk books and bartloK the Imrrelsof hotguns, but tho things lost or Injured were never his ow n they always belong d to myself or to oine other boy. Whenever it camo down to the division of an apple, an orango or n piece of cake always the property of some other Iwy, for Dick nev...

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. — 15 February 1894

LJ ntu.Mii wm J III! V CliNtS A MONTH J ij$M 't' 5 IN ADVA Mil:. H VOL 11. HONOLULU . HAWAIIAN ISLANDS THURSDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 'J- NO. 273 "M ' 4 A-"- 1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I'UOVISIONAI. OOVIIItNMKNT OF TIIK HAWAIIAN INI.AN1IS. Kxkcutivk Council. S. It. Dole, rrosldont ol tlie Provisional Gov ernment i)f Hie Hawaiian Islands, and Minister u( Forelun AtTalrs. J. A. King, Minister of tlin Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Hmlth, Attorney-Oenerol. AnvifxiitY cmmcit V. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the I'rov Islon nl (lovernmcutof the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil llrinvn, E. D.lonncy, John Nott, C. Holtc, John Ena. W. F. Allen, James P. Morgan, Henry Wiitcrhousc, Ed.8iihr, A. Younir, J. 1. Mendonca, F. M. Hatch, John Knunelutli. O. T. ltoditers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. SUl'HEME CnuiiT. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. n. F. lllckerton. First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frcar, Second Associate Justice. Henry Hmlih, Chief Clerk. George I.ucas, First D...

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. — 15 February 1894

the hawauan star, Thursday, February 15. The Hawaiian Star. I'UIILtSliKD EVERY AFTBRNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY U Y 11111, nrtwrtiinii ........- 1'SK jiaauumiiuiii tVAl.TEll U. 8MIT11. (iKllltdi: MANKON. Managing Editor llmlneM Manager m'Jl'CIIIITION tlATKH, ' ivi Vnir In Aitvam-e, - -11 Month III Ailvnnro, -lou-ln, lf Year In Advance, - lll.Ui AUVKHTISINO llAThS: Itnli-i tor tniiment mill rPKuliirinlvcrtUli.it nn bo obtained ill tlio imUIcatton nlllec. I'd simiru iinmiiit Insertion nil lulvrtllw lncntR limit bo delivered iittliu HuiIiiom Klllco tH'furo 1 i. in. TlIUltPDAY, I'UllltU.UlY in, 1S!)I. AN OPERA IN ONE ACT. Scene Castle of the Ancient -" -i Nobles, Aloud knockislieardat'11'"" '"" '.7 11,11 "- the outer keep. ' My Lord What ho! Who conies? Stranger A messenger, my Lord, with tidings dire, who to your ear one moment dotli aspire. The drawbridge is let down and j i.- . , .1 .!., ,i.i. Mv I.ord-O minion burdened with a tale of sin, cease your in fernal faces and begin. Stranger My tou...

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. — 15 February 1894

BL'S Y01CK CllMiSB colony ltixi.Aitr.s ithi:m" 111(1 MASS MIU'.TIMI. I'mitllvf "KxprcMli.n What They llllle Done fur tlui Country Hielr UIkIiIo ltciillitli,lin lit no city ot n stale or territory it tho American Union could the Chinese have made such n demonstration ni was held nt Hiu theatre, of the colony lat night. Hero thu Pnkos liuvo been llrst tolerated, tlien encouraged until they assume an attitude plainly dellant and close bordering on the, dominant and dictatorial, From tho weak and lowly Held hand of the time of 18.M nnd the wane pcalo of $3 a month, they have by nn unparnlloled and alarming ovolu tion reached the station of nn iwerllvo element In the policy of the nation. The spectacle has not Its counterpart elsewhere on the ejobc The. Chinese theater here la a larger and belter building than the colony of some 10,000 Asiatics in the city of Sun l'mncico can lnat. I.at night the playhouse wai jammed. It contiiined not less than 2,oU0 nieii "perhaps 600 more. Every parti...

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. — 15 February 1894

t THE HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY. FRBJiU.AR.V 15. i8fl4. r If Ik KEMAMCABLE TALES. TTAGIG STOfW OF THE WEIST AND A HUMOROUS DOWN EAST YARN. Cftnilllif-i tile llortternf I)rtUfl Mimii tulni, Arlmiin Hits Slruiine Hull" lllimtl ami 111 Mlmloit of Veimeunc al ley nf llciitli nml tin Mi tliu. tCopyrltlit. by Amoricnn Pi-cm AwmkIa Hon. I ' On my way nnutli to Ton to. A. T.. I was rlilfneil to pitch my lone camp mm niuht amid tlio Mofjollun mountniiii nml on the ery liordcr of that dnrk, weird nudnue InpplrlnK section known in tlio Devil's rnnno. I liiul liennl Krent ilcnl nlwut those mountain, nml niiturnlly win not uVilgliteii with tlio thoiiKht. of ciiiiiiltiK there, but ullit mine on, nml utti r ex hnustlon of lwth myself and my liore compelled a halt. It was n favorable sjiot cloo by n elcar bubbling spring, from which my home and inyelf drank our 1111. The grama Brass grew fresh therenboilts, and I pick eted my bursa where he eould feed till he was satisfied. This done, 1 leathered some...

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. — 16 February 1894

; I 1 JL JJT1 K I'llTV OlflS A .MOWTM IN A'DVA.MIIk HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FRIDAY EVliNING FliHUUARV 16. 1X91 NO. ,"4 HAWAIIAN I ,J t'Dlll.lfHIKIt k' J KVKHY AKTKKNOON J ttXOtUT SUNDAY. . - VOL II. STAR k-.; - r i- IP" "-0KEI0IAL DIKKCTORY. jl"-' ." ' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL M. II. Dnla. President ol the Provisional Gov ernment of I ho Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Forelun Affairs. J. A. Klnit, Minister of the Interior. S. XI. Damon, Minister of Finance W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. AnvisoiiY COBKCIL V. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Prov Islon nl (loveniraentof the Hawaiian Islands. Occll Ilrown, F.. D.Tenney, John Nott, C. Itolte, John Kna. .W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Ilonry watorliouse, Ed. Snhr, A. Yonnir. J. P. Mendonca, F. M. Hutch, John Kmmeluth. O. T. ltoduers,' Secretary Eiecutlvo and Ad visory Oonnclls. Bupiibmb CocnT. Hen. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. lllckerton. First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice Henry Sm...

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. — 16 February 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, FUIDAY, FEBRUARY iG. 1894 I m to- rim Hawaiian Stak. 1'UHl.lSHKl) BVKRV AKTHHNOON BX6BPT SUNDAY UY TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NKWM'A I'BK AMOOIATION. 1.14. VA1rim O. HMITtt. MiMMMrtHB IWItor, IIIMIRHH MAN(KX. - Wintn Miilwwr. t-- -mimoHitrinK BATm. I'm Ymr In AdvRiKW, - - M I'er Month In Advum-e, - . Kiie4fti l'f Vwr lit Advnnco.- - KM AHVHNT1MNU 1IATW. HniM Icir tiniiitt nul reirulnriidvwlWiuj mil bo obtained nt the publlefttlon nlllco. 'llo)ure prompt Inwrtloti all advertlm inmitu lnt. be delivered at IhO lMlno Utile before I p. M. l-'UI DAY, FtiBUO AUY 10, 1891. KEPRESENTATION AND HAR MONY. The plan set in motion by the Councils yesterday to call a Con stitutional convention is a cheerful sign of the times. It is a fitting lesponse to the demand for a repre sentative government which the STAR has voiced lor many weeks f.nd yhich hns had the aid of the radi cal wing of the Annexation party. If it should appear, as we believe it may, that there will be a fair chance given...

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

HfV1 fV-' 1 PsHn IWpwiT: - fFTffi5 ' .T Tr' .Jill ' ' w HJF Titi Hawaiian Star, Friday, pnimwARY, tc, isjn 4 OV "l II V A I fi V' SIOPl' mt limr heard If tlx-linitnim. Paliann tlientlir lack! onlr ulrlHc of fnnnliur k .Milium U UIAI lit u-nt miiiip irt nf n dm eminent nllli'lul. I n oonil.btli elrcln about two Inches In IIOII'ITAt.irV ANI Plfl.HTICKtfMl Tllltlti:. A Itrnilnhle Arriiuiit of I'nit Vllt I" Hit- III if Miiinilitlii hy n New fork .Immiulhit. Once upon n llinc, ninny years ago, some cattle mill pigs (scuped from tlio men wlio were landing tlu-iu from mi American ship on tiie llund of Hawaii. Thoy innilti their truant ways up tlio side of mighty Mnuiia Lou, found fooJ nnil water nmt shelter In abundance, thrived nnil Increased nnil reverted to savagery. They ilo great damago to tlio stock ranges on tlio foothills of the groat motititnin ; thu wild hulls lend the half-wild cattle of the ranches up Inln the wiltlcrneBS of the lilclitT Mils. where they nro lost to their owner...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 February 1894

TH It HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY. FEBRUARY its 1894 UMU SJCTH At A GONIOUn. irtlcelcwi I'MlnMiphf lmm Mtm Win )lini an ( wit t:rjr ij. WW. no J bl llc mwI off In ft ! MWUlll. dM yr Pi-wed rlpht nfftwo Ineh" i&me tb knit f Wul. It'n tliu boht thing yer iwrtkl iln. Hold yer homl IloUt npt lTon't mj s wordl 1 cdrnc down hurt' on mivoti t ontwtle jdnii iMvioirtm)trgettlnrllMl I 1(11 y 11 man ought in lj hnppy who Is luliy WHmgh to (rot liln lalg unwed oil. Hokl on, now; don't Jit wfl I'm conolln yet W'en h WIitV tryln Iuoh.v it words f eolnfnrt nn pmee to ye. It' plague-on pro rokln to Iipv je nit 1111 r'nr tip about It. I tell ye. Ab'rum, H'h the hlftKwt thing yo vr did w"en jer went nn hrd Hint nr lnlg wwcd olT. H'h immpy in jit pocket, nn It would lm' been more money In jerpncketlo lnil yer other lalft sawed o(T too on'y In tlint WW yer w ouldn' had no pocket to put yer money livto. lie! hoi Oh, so you can't see any me In uny Rich tom-fnol, fol-di-rol nonenef I tell Jolt's jwt ft tmc S...

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. — 17 February 1894

l ST A. I'UULlMUtU 'i:vi:tiv Arir.itNooN UXUUI'T hUMlAV. 1 H ' I'llTV OUSTS A SIO.VIII IN .WlVAMli:. 1 i 1 , VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATURDAY" EVENING FEUKUAKY 17, 1S94 NO. 275 !- THE HAWAII AH f &,4 4-- I) I I , J. - I. .OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. i'liovisioNAi, ii)Vi:unmi:nt op tiii: HAWAIIAN IHI.ANIIS. KXM'CTtVK C'llllMlll. S. II. Hole, l'resldalit ot tlio Provisional Gov. i-rmnent of tlio Hawaiian Inlaiitln, and Minister of Foreign Allaire. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. B. M. Damon, Minister of .Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Aiivisnitv Coonciu V. C. Wilder. VIce-l'rcelilcnt of the l'rov lslon nl Oo eminent of tlio Hnnllan Inlands. Cecil Drown, E. D.lenncy, John Nott, C. Ilolte, John Ena. W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henri- Waterhouse, Kil.Stihr, A.Younjr, J. 1". Mciulonca, F. M. Hatch, John Etmneluth. C. T. HodKers, Secretary Executive and Ad vlsory Councils. HUIMIKMR Couiit. Hen. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice Hon. It. F. Hlckerton, FlrBt 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. — 17 February 1894

3 The Hawaiian Star. I'UHLISMMU HVBRV AFTBHNOON KXCBPT SUNDAY UY TlIU HAWAIIAN STAR NBWSI'A I'BR ASSOCIATION i Lid. tvAl.Tlttl U. SMITH. UKtlltUV: MANMIN. - .MniimtliiK IMItor. hiiikciiiitu hatix. Pi Vair In Ailvunco, - - -l-er Month in AdVlUlcr, - -tuM-lKti, I' Ymr ,n AiUnnee.- iv.00 lu.ui AnvrnTISINU UATKS IUIim lor tnui.ienliiiia roulufRdvcrlllns cn l obtalnod. nl tlio imbllaillon "'"re. .iw,,irn i.ronnit insertion nil iuWerllo- incnln mt bo delivered nl Ilia Hulne- OlUco lifforo 1 1. tn SATCUUAY.VKMt ANNEXATION. It kocs without saying that one nf the stroncest planks in the plat form to be adopted by the Republi can National convention in June 1S95 will be that in favor of the annexation of the Hawaiian Isl ands to the United States. We hear as much from both public and private sources, and such, of course, is the special logic of the situation. The Repub'ican campaign will be really fought out on Hawaiian lines and the success of that party at the polls will mean that the new a...

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. — 17 February 1894

'4i s; : t- SATURDAY, THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FEBRUARY, t;, 1H94, IT IS A Til Mi OF LIFE. Tin: i'Almviia. or ckylon, uiiiuii has iivr.it hod vnv.t Tn llo Tried Here Hill lllcs Hunger mill Thirst I tn I lit 1 11 1; MHliTliil-Siiiir Paper. The Palmyra, Heeds for vlileh Mr. Jliireden of the Agricultural anil Fores try lliircau received by the Oceanic, i the most notable tree of the forests of Ceylon. H has moro than 800 uses. A number of years are required for its growth, but, as thu commissioner pays, ' II tlieru is no cultivation thero will never Ik! nnv result. Iln snva Mint enro'iil in. I vestigatlon determines that the Palmyra I will nourish on the islands. It grows best In the district of Jaffua, "' force. It was a well managed and Ceylon. It is of greater imimrtanco to very pleasant airair. those people Hum the cocoauul, yielding lr. V. II. Howard ami wife, of Honn luucli more for subtlstunce and comfort. 1 '"hi are visiting friends at Kealla. Thu It is the bread tree. Unlike the coc...

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. — 17 February 1894

I THE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY. FEBRUARY .17, jSq4. (-: Is ' 'If AUL O CUi VElloIUA. DM. TALMACiJ FINDS LlidfeOHB IN THE PERSECUTOn'S EXPERIENCE. It ! Oflcn Nccrft.iirj: I'nr ti Mnn tn Tull lu Oritrr to UI.e AkiiIii, 1" Tlit-miRW tli Valley of lltllullllltloii Iti'Tnte Preach hi Si nillMINOHAM, A1b Di'C 10. Hcv. Dr. TnlmnKC who lectured In thli city j tter dny, having spoken during tlio weik nt XflKUVllli", lu-mpliH nml other cities, rn-eached hero thl forenoon tnnlnrae audi enco under the nuplqes of the l!nptlt church. The subject wn. "Unhored." and the text choen wan Act It, 0-5: "Ami as he journeyed he enmo near I)amncn, nnd ' i'ot '" come n Christian until lie Miiihoiwd. suddenly there shlned round about 1,1ms ' ?')" trouble is, want to ride into tho Unlit from heaven, nnd ho fell to the rtk . klnKdom orflixliiist n the knight rode nnd heard a voice saying unto him, Saul, 1 "' enM P;.,, 0,1 lMrer. beautifully ca Saul, why persecutest thou mcr And he j IMiri-oiiwl. e wnnt to come 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. — 19 February 1894

HAWAIIAN ' 1'UIILISIIKD fcVUUY AlTKllNOO.V KXCIIPT SUNDAY. VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY N jk I fittv ;i:.vrs a month J i'J. 194 NO. 276 'J. 9 , M ,, V ) ' ft' Hi ll. ) f,' ' I Sjftv I', il OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1'IIOVISIONAI, tlOVIlKNMHNT OF Till! HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. llXBCUTIVK COUNCIL. s. II. Dole. President of tlio Provisional Oov. ornmont "o( the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Forelun Allaire. J. A. King, Minister of thn Interior. B. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attornoy-aencral. ADVlsnur Council- V. O. Wilder. VIce-l'rcsltlent of the Provision ill Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Oeoll Brown, E. I). Tcnney, John Nott, O. liolte, John Ena. W. F. Allon, James F. Morgan, Henry Watcrhouso, Ed.Snhr, A. Your, J. P. Mendonca, F. M. Hatch, John Kinineluth. C. T. Itodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Suphkmk C'OUHI. Han. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Illckcrton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. E. Frcar, Second Associ...

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. — 19 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1894. Tue Hawaiian Star. CUULISHBD EVEKY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSI'A. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAl.TKU O. HM1TH, uKonm: manhox, - MauoKlntf Kdltor, limine" Mnnwter. miiwcniiTiox hates. I'ei Yiiir In Advance, -Per Month In Advance, -I'oirltfn, pof Year In Advance. - $(100 .50 10.G0 AIlVEIlTISIJCO HATES! ttalM tor transient ni.d ri-aulnriulvertMntf ran bo obtained at tlio publication omoe. ToMwura Prnmiit Imrrtton nil ndverllc- tnontii mint lie delivered nttlie IUhIiiom Olllco before 1 i. in. .MONDAY, IT.imUAUY t, 1801. 'HIE 11AAVAHAX INQUIRY. rur.stniiNT 11111,1: ak mil tiiiihs. TON 11KADY TO THSTU'V. Mr. Diimiin Would A1m. I.IUo to llinonli Olitiortimlt) to L'oiitrnillrt Para mount mount. Washington, Jan. ill. The Senate Committee on Foreign Itclations met this morning to continue the Hawaiian Investigation. The indications ore that l. tfiklni nf testimony will cease with- ! ,lv , two. It is not known wheth-: er the commi...

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. — 19 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY, tg, itf HEAL POUriCS ON MAUI. W.tll.ttKtr ANNEXATION Cl.tTII ItlOllT IN TIIU nWIJI, An Klectlon of omrcm itnml Ilnnril Cniiilldntrs Nulin Hut I.o)h1 Mm mi (hinril-Niitft,. WAlt.UKUj Mnul, Feb. 10. A largo number of Annexationists residing in Wailuku district congregated at Halley'B Hall, Wailuku, on tliu evening of Thursday, tlio lfith Inst., for tlio purposo of organizing their district branch of tlio Mtiul Annexation Club, and at tlio sumo tlmu expiesslng tlielr choice for a now Hond Hoard. Mr. J. W. Knlua, the Hawaiian Annexation leader and Presi dent of tlio Maui Annexation Club, on c tiling tlio meetingexplaincd tlio object of same. In electing olllcers tlio follow ing gentlemen were chosen : President, W. A. MuICny; vice-piesldent, O. Arm strong; secretary, A. W, Van Valken burg; treasurer, D. L. Meyer; executive committee, 8. F. Chllllngworth, D. I-.. Meyer, W. Goodness. A resolution was adopted excluding all non-members from uny future me...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 February 1894

4 SOME 0.1)1) STOUIES. INTERESTING TALES OF ADVENTURE ON SEA AND LAND. Tlifi IIIoikI Illniuotiil of llrall An Did Mlhi'f'o Story of Hie I'olnl Stoim nml How It ClMUeit Two IJcatln Stink to Itlae No 9Iore. ICopjrlglit, IW, by American t'rcM Atsocla tlnn.1 "Do you know there nre such tiling nx fiitnl dlnniomt ami to poiis one tueniu rertnlnnnd violent denthr" iked tho old diamond miner. "It li true," lie went on, notlnx ray look of Incredulity. "I fuw ono of the Monea lu Atntrnlln, nnd tny ivutncr found one of the neenrxed things In llr.izll. Tliey nro cn'led blond diamond, nnd the name Is well npplkd. Ko mutter which way you turn one, In porno corucr or angle of It lurks n crimson snot that nems llko n drop of blooil. llefore the Australian stone was lost It had bleu In the posseiwlon l nine different person, and eery ouo o( them died n violent death. "My partner In Iirall wasn likely 5 on fellow named John Hobinon. He nai liorn in Mlchlitan nnd had taken to wan lerlnuowr the world n...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN ruiiMMiiKii KVI.UV AFTKIINOON 1 III1M1I I'llTV OIKS' IS A MO.Vtll KXCHPT NUMUAY. IN AIIVAMIII. VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Tl ESDAV EVENING FEBRUARY 20, NO. 277 STAR 9f A !' iff OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. l'llOVISIONAI. UOVI.IINMUNT OF Till HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. KXKCUT1VK CotlNCIU S. II. Dole, President of the Provisional Oov crnment of llio Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Forelirn Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. B. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. "W. O. Hinlth, Attorney-Oencral. AUVISOllY Coonciu V. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Vro Islon al Clovcrnmentof the Hawaiian Islands. Oecll Urown, John Nott, John Kna. James F, Morgan, Ed.Suhr, J. T Melldonca, E. I). Tenney, C. Hollo, W. F. Allen, Henry Waterhonse, A. Youn, F. M. Hatch, John Emmeluth. O. T. Itodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad vlsory Councils. SUTItEME UOEIIT. Han. A. F.Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. 11. F. lllckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Ch...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 February 1894

the 'Hawaiian star, tuesdan fbdkuaky 20. !,, I' I The Hawaiian Star. I'UM.lSIIF.l) BVBRY AFTHKNUON KXCBPT SUNDAY UY TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NBWSI'A PBR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAt.TNK O. HMITI1. StMiMliUt lMltor. (4KORUK MANKON. - Btwlnrw Mummer. miiwcttiiiioN iiATm. 1I Vrair In Advance, -lr Month In Advance, -FoiHkiU it Vciir tn Artvnncp, - Jd.00 .80 lO.Od AUVKHTISINd HATES! llntm lor trxiiHiuiil hihI nsxulur advertising ran ho obtained nt tbo publication oillce. '1'uMOUre prompt Insertion alt advertise went limit be delivered ut tlio Business OlIU'i) before 1 p. in. TUKSDAY, l'KltltUAUY 20, 1S!U. A l'tANK in iavor of nn inter island cable would suit any local party platform. Tint Advertiser's fight against the American League seems to be for a scat at its reportorial table. King I.o Bengula being dead it would be in order for Washington Place to go into mourning for ten days. It is noticeable in the McCreary debate that not a single Democratic Conrrressmau snoke in favor of 0 A. restoring the...

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