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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESBiW. PBDttUARY, id, 1854. was a ni.oonv ijaiti.k. TWO C1ITV IMM.tlJi: Itl'I'Inl'.KS Altli ST.1IIII.I AMI M.AMIi:i. Jtin t'nMlri., Hie HimigKtrr, HM II. Kiimill Atnl Kitiiliniii lltu VMIiun. Their AViimiiiIk. Knoull nml Knuhnue, imtlvo olltcers, nro in tlio hospital ns the result of n fight with J ou Cassires, nn Italian smug' glor. Tlio latter was severely beaten nml Is nursing his wounds nt tliu Police station. The officers nro i eating easily under the euro of Dr. Cooler. They will recover, but will be disabled for some time, nnd one of tliem may be come a cripple. The blooily battle occurred nt tlio corner of King nnd Maunnken streets last evening. Knoull hnd learned from the Chinese steward of tho Wnlnlenle that Cnsslres vns to bring opium off tlio S. C. Allen, l'e Is cook on tho bark. Tho informer nml Knoull fol lowed the smuggler from tlio fish market wharf. hen King street wae reached Kaouli undertook to arrest bis man, CiiBslres resisted and the China ...

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. — 20 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN ST'AR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, i&g Tmx Yoinc fashions. MATE LEROY FOKEGA8T8 SPRING STYL8 IN MILLINERY. I'afthluti In Uewmlug Mure Vnrlnlile nnd AUtmn 11 (Irrntrr l.llivrty iif l'eriil l'rtf-rrnrrt 111 Itio Choice itf llrnilsmri AltrnctUe Mrret mill I'trnlne 41iinu. tCovyright, 14, by American l'rtww Aftrcln-tlon.) Vhnt n itreut navlug of time nml expense It would Ihi if we could adopt 11 nmleunl hctulirenr nud wear Unit to the entire exclu sion of lints nml bonnets! It might be oouie tlilng tj-picnl of our nntlonnl attribute, or It might be ti sort of n Puritan lint or hood nnythiiiK.onlyiM) thntlt would relieve us of the care, time nnd money it noivcoU us to follow fnihlon. A it Is, every few weeks mark h change of pome kind. Summer fnde into autumn, nnd autumn (five wny to early winter. Then come "midwinter" styles, and now rlRlit in tho depths of that gloomy season we nre shown the hats and rfttH mi oh h msMm Rttrwsml km tfc other Ay. nml it k worth talfclHK atarot....

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. — 21 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN I i liB IIITV OIWTM A MO.Vlll J fWtf' I ffl II B I JL lU? e V' J j All VA NUM. -y VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 21, 1804 NO. 2;8 4 f if 3- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. l-no visional govisknmisnt of tiii: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. UxEciTivr, Council. ' 8. H. Dole, President of tho Provisional Oovs ernmcnt of the Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Altai. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. B. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Anvison v . Council-. W. C. "Wilder. Vice-President of the I-rov lslon at Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, John Nott, v John Ena. James F. Morgan, Ed. Suhr, J. P. Mondonca, John Emmeluth.4 E. I). Temioy, C. Bolto, W. F. Allen. Ucnry Waterhouse, A. Young, F. M. Hatch, C. T. Ftodgers, Secretary Executlvo and Ail. vlsory Councils. 8UPI1EMB OOBllT. lien. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. nickerton, First Associate Justice Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chie...

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. — 21 February 1894

PMfi UAWAMAN STAR,' ft&DN'BSDAY. FEBRUARY ai. 189.1 Vk. 1 Tim Hawaiian Star. 'I'UDtilBIIRO UVKRV AFTERNOON HXCEPT SUNDAY 11V THE HAWAIIAN STAtt NBWSl'A. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAI.TI1H (t. HMITH. MHtiMrliflr IMlKir. .llrlllltdK MANSOM, - lliiliieMtitiHiKr. MimculiTloN hati. I'm Venr In Advance, - - -I'm Month In Advance, - -Hireluu, iHir Year In Advance, - Jfl.00 (!. AOVEHTlStNO ItATKS: Hales lor transient nnd rofrularn.tvertlslnsr .mi Isi obtained nl the imlillontlcm oniee. Tiisamic iimtiint Insertion nil mlMTtiw- inonU must bo delivered at Hie riuslmw Olllco before 1 1. m. ; WEDNESDAY. KE11UUAUY 21. 1S1M. MONEY FOR THE WIDOW. The Stak lias collected the sum of $61.50 hi subscriptions for the widow of the dead police officer, ' ta,1. ...... r.,,1 lcirrc In in nrorisp I jvuv.uaui., ...... uv.t-.j . that amount to goodly proportions. Will those who are charitably bent and'wbo admire the self-sacrificing hercism of the dead policeman kindly leave cash subscriptions in the hands of ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 21 February 1894

liHB Hawaiian star, wkdnhsday. fisimuary, 21, 1394. x JIM KAUIIAN'K IS OKA I). iiiiavi: rmi:it r.sm:ii away AT 41.10 THIS MOItMNO. of lllnnil mill Shark In III s,Iiiii loo (In-nt Hail 11 rinti llrt-tiril Tim runpi'iii. It Ik hearted, lirnru Jim Knuliniic is no mure. Thu wounds ho sustained in the fight with Ciissires proved fatal. Knit hnne. tiled nt 4:"i0 thin morning. At midnight ho seemed lictter than nt any time during his stny in tlie hospital. Two hours Inter, nftcr nnolher nap ho won iuito cheerful, looked hotter nnd ftaid ho believed ho would recover. At j . i 1. ,t. , , , 4 o clock a strain seemed to fall upon thu chord of life and in half an hour it snapped. I.os of blood ami tliu shock to hia systum combined to make an as- Buult that could not bo withstood. Thu news of hnuhnno's death was nil over'town bv 0 o'clock. There vveio.ex- iiressions of pitv for thu man who had lost his life in tl'iu lino of dntv und tho severest condemnation of the Italian smuggler. Kauhano was ...

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. — 21 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY ai 1894. 4 4 -a j. nan nn vk pi out THt RMf.OLINTBR OP MAJOR THORN BUASH'S BAND WITH UTE INDIANS. Ttif Holillf rt nn tlip Match IIaii !nl n Hiiv ne AiiiImhIi A Minrp I'lRltt In t'ntrr IIia Work or Intrenching I-nltl of thfl Lrmlrr. Copjrtlftlit. If. by American Vrrm Amccin- jwLwjiaft III' iJiw iimmni, antoklr fi ml- who to tlio num ber of 10,000 roamed over vnlu ntile mining and agricultural Intuit of Colonulo, coin infill 0110 of the largest ami most powerful trlbwin tlie west. Tlie brave were hnrdy, HtliU'tlc mill Intel. 11 gent, Mtlendld peclmens of nncorruptcd nil nun. Hut thewhttes coveted the rtehiititlnKgrotinds, and tlio (Wages Hew to their only weapons of defense tinil reenge the torch nnd the knife. About the miildlo of September, 18IU, the legion along White river was blue with the smoke of incendiary (Ins. The ngent of the district win NeKon C. Meeker, the friend mid colleague In hiiinnnitnrian enterprises of Horace Greeley. Though a...

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. — 23 February 1894

rw", . " - t5Wrsfi HAWAIIAN I'llTV (IILMS A MONTH IN AIIVAMil). VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY EVENING FliHRUARY 23. 1.S91 NO. 279 n...uH...:.. npTczr Ten J r.vr.uv aiti:iinon 1 m rTj J i:.ui;i'tni).mav. JLa (JLaJL. i.BJui STAR X OFFICIAL )IRKCT0KY. tl'IKIVlSIO.VAl. (lOVIUtNMI'.NT ()'' Till: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL H. H. Polo, President o( tlio Provisional Oov ernment of tlio Hawaiian Islands, and Minister ot Forelitn Affairs. J, A. King, Minister of thn Interior. 8. M. Damon, Mlnlstcrof Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorncy-Ocncrul. Auvisniir Coukcii, V. O. Wilder. Vice-President of the I-rov lalnn al Oovernment of tlie llawallnn Inlands. Cecil Drown, K. I). Tenner, John Nott, O. Bolte, John Ena. W. F. Allen,- James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouso, Ed.Snhr, A.Yonwr, J. P. Mendonca, F. M. Hatch, -John Emmeluth. C. T. Hodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Hurnr.MR Corner. Hsn. A. F. Jmld, Chief Justice. - Hon. H. F. Illckcrton, First Assoclato Justice. Hon....

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. — 23 February 1894

Tt1E HAWMIAN STAR, FRIDAY. PIMlRtTARY 23. 1 Sg-1 vl'int Hawaiian Star. ti'bntitSHBD BVBRY AFTHRNOON BXOHPT SCnDAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NUWSPA- PHR ASSOCIATION. Ltd. tiJItriRHK MANHOV. - Me1lw MnlxxW. ritlDAY, 1'HIIKUAUY 33, 1891. THE UNION PARTY PLATFORM. The Utiion Tarty platform em braces ntilical policies which the Star has always professed ntul is, therefore, the platform of the paper. Opposition to Hawaiian monarcliy. , JVKfea allegiance to the Provisional Oov-' 1,m- ----- ; eminent, political union with the SiBt"iSnSS United States, land for small hold- Ti,V".:.T!"." ers, equal rights and no privileged n; nlnceoc ! tinlitina serere restrictions Crown Limits about Asiatic agricultural labor, a plank prohibiting the immigration I- a . 1 - ...-1, ..,,. 01 iVSiauc iueeu.iiiii:s, and artisans, public improvements -rr i -i. rw inini-- lllg classes, no employment of I prison labor in mechanical pursuits, no offices for disloyal citizens, an ( equitable tax system these are 1 principl...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 23 February 1894

1 T-rrS mWATiAX amtt, KM DAY, FUDRtJARV, aj, iRM AVASHLNT.TOiVS lilltTIIDAY. tiii: oni.iiimAnoM was a i imi mi(;(ii:hs. Mlt'le and Hief cites President tlnlft nml Minister Wlllln l'rmc'iit-A Units llnliifull. Jut licforo tin' liotir for tho AVnhlng ton's birthday exercise!! yesterday after- noon n thunder storm swept over thu city nml tho rain foil In torrents. It wis thought that thW would keep innst pi-oplo away from tho drill shod lint when tho speaking began over oiftlit hundred patriotic uudltors were on hand including many dltingul!hcil one.'. The plied bad licen pretty well filled with seals and everybody was mado comfortable. In reserved chain facing the dago wero President nml Mrs. Dole, United States Minister and Mrs. Willis, Attorney-General Smith, Colonel Sopor! and a number of ladies anil gentlemen not belonging to tho ollieial circle. Hon. V. 51. llntch, Minister of Korean ' Affairs, sat in the body of the hall mid several Council representatives wero nlso there. At th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 23 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY. FEBRUARY .23. 1894. fiitr-l 10 ltll ll I I TM1C" 1 v IV II. I C .1 .V I I il I l I KHAlil IdllK' 111 I' Wf I' dark wot or Lire as kbn tY kati JORDAN. Humming III Nw Yif U'n llrwt !"t Will-. At llioriorMirJIIloli A llnj'i.r IJulil. Hin nt tlif ItM-lllnil l!tirrlniM- nt H NIM. Ifipvclftl CVrfnimli. NBW Yowc, Jnn. . Thrre timt nt D mill n detpetlve. We were nut under nr tot, nml th prtwnee uf tho law In tin) ilmm u( n bin, bluff nmn In it ihnuK)' over Mrtt, n nloiicliiil lint mill inlttHw hud no (ftilJi'iilnK I'llrct 11IHM1 u. AVo were In hi tlmriie only lot the evenliiK lie wiw tnkliiK in "kIuiiiihIuk." Ono of in vh an nttltsefkliiK types nti Btlii'rwmft utraiiRiT In New YorK nnd to fur nnlr HMiiilntl with the fashlotmlili' uuclem or the ton 11. The other two will, they were women, mill I'm afraid thecure tit Ere had defended u jkiii them. They were morbidly curlotn. Tliey wnnted to we, They hd a delightful cotisdoiwm- of doltiK nomethlnii tliey should not, a...

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. — 24 February 1894

HAWAII A rimi,isin:i TIlllMSl rllTY CUNTS A .MOX1II IN AllVANCl;. i:vj:ky ai'tiiunoon i:xci:rT su.niiay. tv. 4 VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATUUDAV EVENING FEBRUARY 2.), 1S94 NO. 280 , ajMia a. STAR OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. lMiovisio.NAi. uovi:iinmi:nt op thi: HAWAIIAN ISI.AN1IS. F.XF.UUTIVK COUKCII.. S. II. Dolo, President ot the Provisional Oov eminent of tlio Hawaiian Islands, nftd Minister nf Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. 8.M. Damon, Minister of Finance W. O. Hmlth, Attorney-IJencral. AUVI8IIIIV COUNCtts W. C. Wilder. Vlce-I'roslilcnt of tlie l'ro Islon nl (lovcrnmontof the Hawaiian Islands. Oeoll Drown, John Nott, John Ena. James F. Morgan, Kd.Sulir, J. I'. Mcndonca, K. I). Tenney, C. Ilolto, W. F. Allen, Henry Wntcrhouse, A. Young, F. M. Hatch, John Kinmelutli. C. T. Hoilgers, Secretary Exccutlvo nnd Ad visory Councils. Supreme Cociit. lUn. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. lllckcrton. First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frcnr, 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. — 24 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24 1894. The Hawaiian Star. I'UUMSHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAl.TKR U. HMlTll. Mnniwlnn iMItor, (jinilldi: MANSOJi, TtiwIiiMi M.innger. Minscun-riuN hAtks. Pel Vmr In Ailvnncc, -Pol Mouth In Ailvaure, -Koieltfii, per Year In Advance. - sc.00 10.00 AIIVKIITI1INO MATHS! U.)Ih lor tmiiHkMit ntul regular iulvcrllln mil bo nbhtlnal nl ilio niiMienuoii omcc. Tnunira imiiuM Invcrllmi all advert lie- ments mint he delivered nttlio Jlulmn uillco before 1 1. ni. j ' SATUUIUY. ri-lUHUAKY 21, IK'.II GOOD NEWS AS USUAL SHNAHHt CIllAY SAYS KKSTOUATION 11 M) MOIli:. Cli'i'hltidN .eiiiilurliil ltvrei-iitiillf Siijh Hint Ho Will l otliliiK More Tor tlio Domini. Below is given the latest Hawaiian dispatches, the most important of which covers the admission of Senator Crayi tlie President's personal representative on the thior of the Senate, that restor ation will no longer engage the atteii' tion of the 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. — 24 February 1894

fiifl i HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, ?.(, 1894. FORTILE MOHMON C11UUC1I. to tiiach tim: iuh.miion or Tin: l,ATTi:ilAY HA IMS. Mlluniirle Iilrrt-t I'rniii Hull l-nlin City They Cfilno Only to rrmctl Their 8)Ktriu. Tlio Monowui brought to Honolulu last Sunday two very earnest mission nrles. , They nro Henry Moss and W. 1. Hatch, and they aro In tliu Add for tliu Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Balnti. Tho jnung men catno direct from Salt Lako City, Utah, with thu benediction of the veiicrnblo President AVilford WotdrulT, tho head of tho great Mormon church, fresh In their hearts. They do not conio to colonize or to soli cit Immigration. Their mission is simply to spread tho word. They will preach from the liililo us given to Mormon prophets. Tho young men wilt remain upon tho inlands three years. They aro authorized to baptieo converts, to organize communi ties and to establish churches. The pair stnrltd from Salt Lake after ar ranging for an absence of threo years and prov...

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. — 24 February 1894

IS 6: mi- AT THE TA BE UNA CLE. "WHCRE'S MOTHER!" WAS REV. DR. TAUMAGE'S SUBJECT SUNDAY. A Qurf ii Until lloil 1'nrripr Oltl Fnaltlnncl MoOiet IlrAtlng In it (looil, Km, Com furtnble HeMcll Hint Waiting at tlio Till nco Wlmlmv l'or Tlielr Lmril O111. HnooKLVK, Jnn. 14. Thl novel ntiJ unique subject was presented by Dr. Tab nino this forenoon to the u.mnl tlirongi crowillnu tbo largest Protestant church In America. The. coiiKrctftttlon, led by orfinn ntl cornet, tnng n gcwpel bytnn to tbe tune ttTt c. lit 11 m . T...I Hjr ui i lunii , o eel. iiuiue. xe.vi, uimjftv, Jtfii 23, "Tbo mother of Slsem looked out at n window." Spiked to tbe ground of Jnel's tent lay tbe dead commander In cblef of tbo Cn nannttUh host, General SUera, not far from the river Khhoti, which was only n dry bed of pebbles when In 1SM1, in Palestine, we crossed It, but tbeuulllinand ravines which ran Into It Indicated tbe possibility of urent freshets llko the one at thetlme of t lie text. General Slperii bad Eono ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 26 February 1894

: i:.Ci:i'T SUNDAY. ' 4U. AatrfBa tc&aaM hSss Kj&m - W W Z'M .ill 54 PI P W U W U HI a i . t r- " " mi . trigs-. eft?' ' m - - -4 E :;... . :r-- I- .. . 6 L- -iU , 2t5 '" OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL flOVl'.KNMKNT OP Till! HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. KXKCUTIVR UllllMUII. 8. II. Polo, rreslilant of tlio Provisional Oov criiincnt of tlio Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. Klnit, .Minister of the Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister o( Finance. V. 0. Smith, Attorney-General. Auvisonv Councik V. C. Wilder. VIcc-I'roslclcnt of the Prov Islon al Onvcrnmentof the Hawaiian Inlands. Oecll Drown, John Nott, John Ena. James F. Morgan, Eil.Suhr, J. 1'. Meniloncn, E. I). Tenney, O. Holto, W. F. Allen. Henry Wnlcrhoiiso, A. Yonnir, F. M Hatch, John Kmmeluth. 0. T. Hoilners, tfccrotnry Eiecullvo ami Ail. vlsory Councils. SuritKMB CofitT. l'ln. A. F. Jmhl, Chief Justice. Hon. It. t lllckerton. First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Hecond Associate Justice Henry Smith. Chief 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. — 26 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 26 i8(. The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTBRNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE, HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAtl'Kll O. HMIT11. MnnnliK lidltor. Ul'XIItUU MANSOJT, THhIiicsh Jfonnffor. nonfCiitrTioM hatls. " Vti Year In Advance, - - - - tW Per Month in Advance, - - - M boidu, per Year In Advnncc, - - 10.00 AUVKI1THINO KATES; 'Itale lor transient ami regular nil vertWnsr, cnn lw obtained al tlio publication ntlleo. To beoure Prompt lnrtlon nil mlverlle- inents mutt bo ildlvcral nltlio Ilualneu Olllco beforo 1 p. In. JlO.VliAY. FKiniUAUY 'Jrt, 18'JI. A NOTE OF WARNING. Some weeks ago it was reported that veterans of the Riel war in Canada had been hired to go to Hawaii and enlist under the flag of the ex-Queen. In a short time Canadian journals denied the story and the paper, ...1,SM, firct minted it declared. ! rather ostentatiously we thought. that it had been merely indulging in a canard a "fake" as 'press par lance goes. To many this ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 26 February 1894

TIlll "HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, FmmUAIiY, lG, 14. IfKW GOIjIjKGK l!IJl.hl)hVn. Till! UII'MIV AM) UIIVMIUIM Nil- homi: riiii: ii,an. Nili'iulll l"'4ltin fur a Sliilti Mmrtiir,' Aktcmlily IliMitu ClnM llmmift IIhII llntrnn.i. Quite 11 number of persons Interested in tliu cducntionnl system, particularly In development ot tliu higher institu tions, linve viewed the plans fur n now Oaliu College lnnin building nt llio Safe Deposit olliccs to-duy. Tliu drawings to which most interest nttnehes aro the first prize plans euli niitted hy C. It. Ripley mid Arthur Rcy nolds, the local architects, Right here it should ho remarked that the Califor nia architects in the coinivetition were not handicapped hy lack of knowledge of the Held. One of them provided the design for the Central Union Church' and "the other tlio plans for tho Knme haineha School. There is contemplated hy the "11" designs which are most favorably viewed by tho trustees n two-story ttuildlng with innin structure, wings and a to...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 26 February 1894

I THR HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY. FKHIIUARY 2(5, 1894. . t. f$mM) FOR CONGIMCSS. MfSTOniG AND UNIQUE OLD Nf WPA PEF19 STORED IN THE OAPITOL. FCmBWAKMtD. Thd Ciillcrlloll StnUrn (In of lli III terrains IUI1II1IU Aiimiik Unt-1 Miii'b Jinny Trur All Our War .Mn Ar Aluo Prrwrvrd Tlipr. Ono of tho mot IntermtltiR depnrtmt-nM In thoWnnhlngUm oapltol l the newspaper file room. Tbo linblt of keeping Me "in contracted by the M'linte In Its onrly unr, when journals first began to print reports ot legislative proceedings. The government Wcnme h subscriber for The National In tillleencer. n dally paper printed In theclly of Washington. This hlKtorlo ohcet was started In the year lSlWand continued for many years to lie tlwonly paperin the coun try that pave quick reports of congressional doings. This was In the days before the telegraph, imd tho newspapers published away from here were dependent for their legislative news upon this paper. In 1S43 Tho Union was established and continued for 11 years. F...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 27 February 1894

a mm I p" " THE HAWAIIAN STAR. I'iriiiiisiiiii) ItVllllV .ITIlllNOUN Itfdili'i' suniiav. i VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 27. 1X9., I'iri 1 cuiti! , .mii.vi 11 SLH IS .UlX'.dlL NO. 282 t. A I' OFFICIAL 1)111 KGTORY. I'liuVistoNAi. iiovhhnmiint in' tiii: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Kxicutivk COUNCIL. (, II. Dole, PresMjut nf tho Provisional (lov criiiui'nt of llio Hawaiian Inliiiuls, unci Minister nf Foretell Affairs. J. A. Kins, Minister nf the Interior. . S. M. lUmcm, Minister nf Flnnnen. W. O. Smith, Attornoy-tlencrnl. Anvisoiiv L'i)Dciu W. U. Wilder. VIce-l'resMcnt of the Pioi Islon ul Uovcriimcntcif.tho Hawaiian Islands. Cc-cll llrown, John Suit, Mnlin K11.1. Jaiiics F. Mcirgiin, Ed.Suhr, .1. l Mcndoncn, . 1). 1 cnhcy, C. Unite, W. V. Allen, llenrv Wntcrhotise. A. Youiia, F. M. H.ilcli, John F.mincltith. C. T. ltciilgcra, Secretary l'.xecutlvo nhd Ad visory Councils. SuiMir.MK CnniT. Hon. A. P. ''1'1, Chief Justice. lion. 11. F. lllckcitnn, First Associate Jit...

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. — 27 February 1894

tub Hawaiian mw, pUBsUav I'kijruauv a? nM. Jfiut Hawaiian Star. I 'I'UMlitSHaU HVHKV ArTHHNOQN MXUHI'T SUNDAY friiV 1MB HAWAIIAN STAN NMWSl'A I' UK ASSOCIATION, Ltd. ,C'A"t.Tim 0. SMITH. '(JHOMIK HANSOM, 'MnnMs4n Hrtltor. BtutltHsM Mnrmctvn Mimcnii'rioM hath. .I'm Yar In, Attvitiieft, - ... KS.WJ l'cr Month In Advance, - - .80 Fotrfmi. tier Ytwr In Aiivniit.- - 1Mb AllVF.HTHtNU IIATHS: - ItKlrw lor tmnslciit and regular aitvwtMiig mil bo obtained ill tlio publication ollles. Tomre rniit insertion Hll Rdvrrtle nwtntt iiiiMt Iw delivered nttho HuIih- Oillee Iwfure 1 1. m. TUnSDAY, lT.ltKUAltY 27, 18111. MR. DAV1ES TO THE RESCUE. At last there is light amidst the ' gloom. Yesterday, in the liullctin, Mu Theo. II. Davies of Craigside-iiear-the-Ceinetery made known the terms upon which he is willing to remove the ban of his displeasure from the Provisional Government. The proposals are very simple. All that the authorities ate required to do is to abandon their unheard-of plan of forming...

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