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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 27 February 1894

nut iiAu'AiiAN star, TiiESbAV, itfchkUAhy, K W- MAXY ABLE MX A NNIOKO MVMt'OttMtSt ON Tlllt i.itiitMr(;otiar"H'M-IIi till IMItui I.i'jitlliiff lilt anil CutlfKi' I'l-f'ttltlMiln, SI)liAK.l,1,(;,y,e"ll",r'1 k mit tiieiit.rt n ! J. II. ItriueliMiVib r. liH.lor HI. JiiiniV ll.t. Lutheran Church, New York Hl 1 iln nut iippinvo of H-Homllon; hut 1 etui h;u how tin. President m convinced hiltiKc-ir that Mich vviik s duly. r I li.j I iiivlniiuial (lovorninent run niiilntniii ilKClr, tlm net will tdiovv that It deserves Its m enter. Till: AM K1UCAN PAISTV-. (lltlltlMI PLAN i.I).iiiii; !'IKMI!!'I I. II AT A Jllill'l I Ml. at ii ai.i:akai.a. In llio New York inte)rnttent of l-'ebril.iry 8 theio In n nyiiposiutn on Hawaii. The contrlbntois nru twenty three leading, puhllcUti of thu Unlti'il Slates. The expressions urn headed: 'Our Hawaiian l'olioy. Mr. Cleveland and thu ox-Queen. Minster WHIli' course In ll.iwali UN lnttli;ues iiKulnsl Us Ooverninenl. The future of Ha waii." Following is n bri...

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. — 27 February 1894

& THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUISI)AY.T PKMtUAItY 27. i8m. It IH ft a biIjKKN thread I f" V ?MS ,N -VERSE-' THE HEW Kfv . WMKM CR.SP CONTROLS THE SL N, , JJr'.tUilnh.nJ. JEWELRY f, HOUSE BY A MILD rOWM. JPtTIs W "fl,' I1"" n"M"'rr'1 t,' wbrlJ'' STORE PJ V 0 Hilton tlmt i.ron-frlmttlBlti'W, licre Hand T KfcJ tft lllllU I Afelul b lmt iw n Jin- iy" Tli mrlwilt hl of rldhtnml wrong, ne'er jjq FORT STHEET, f& J..rHy MHHrf l III. Hmk-Anlninr..,.- feti Vf , . 1 h one I pruhel Is prepared to ninmifacture nnythlng fi' V Not hi-whw kr nmonit Hie Imij-Ihrong in us inn.. P; r - . . . &3ta?M E5: Souyenir Spoons a Specialty. tfyeHal Owrepondoii.l WMMKOTOK. Jmi. h. Cointrei Intends is get down to lnilneiiiitmtt this time. r'wfcor Palmer wijr coiHtreM reminds him t a hired man lie uwd to have on the farm Wtt 111 llllnoK "It took lilin an awful longtime tofrrt down to work," says the MMktor, "hut when once started you could Itetstop him with anythltiK but a dinner liorn." The lone extra sewlon 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. — 28 February 1894

't-- .'r;:i THE HAWAII AW i:.(;i:ir MUND.vv. mMm bJLJL iiJI.mJ ILiJflL iitfLiflhi W W nl 1 1 1 (JL wMm rii Ai h&U H STAR I'llTV (!IIM A .MONTH I N AllVAMJII. VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 28. 1894 NO. 283 r. fft ". ! '. iV - 1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. i'Iihvisional oovkiinmiint OK Till HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Kxkcutivk Council. H. It. Dole, President of tho Provisional Gov ernment, of tho Hawaiian Islands, und Minister of Kotclgn Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of tlm Interior. 8. M. lUinon, MlnUtcrof Finance. ' W. O. Smith, AUoriiey-llcneral. Auvisouv Council V. C. Wilder, VIce-I'rosldent of tho Vro fslon nl (lovrrnmentof tho Hawaiian Inlands. Cecil Drown, John Nott, .loho Kna. J iimcs F. Morgan, FA. Stihr, I. P. Mentioned, John Klnnieltlth. 1C. I). Tenney, C. lioltc, W. F. Allen, Henry Waterhouso, A. Young, F. M. Hutch, C T. tioilgers, Secretary Ksectitlvo anil Ad visory Councils. KUI'ItFMIl COKItT. Hon. A. F. .lurid, Chief .lustlcc. Hon. It. F. Mckcrton, Fi...

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. — 28 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2f, t?c. r- FiiE Hawaiian Star. I'UKLISHBU I1VKRY AKTBKNOON KXCEPT SUNDAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSI'A. I'FR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. VALTR1l O. HStlTll. Mnmwlmt Hdltor. iJIXIlUlE MANHOK, BttMiiwi Manager. BltlKCHllTION HATH. I'd War In Advance, -1'ei Month In Advaueo, -toieltfu, per Year in Advance, - tfl.00 lO.Wi AIlVKIlTHINO 1UTKS! Itntw tor transient ntnl regular wtvertMhB rail bo obtnlnoil nt the publication ollice. 'J'uMoure pmiiint in-ettlon nil advertise tnelitu mint be delivered nttho t!utne Ollice befure 1 ). m. WKDXHSDAY, 1'KltUUAUY 2S, 1S9I Li union there is strength. United we stand, divided we fall, is the best platform for all An nexationists. Mk. Sansom has vouched for Mr. Davics. Now who will vouch for Mr. Sansom? KviiKY mail briutis subscribers and compliments to the unrivalled WlilSKIA Stak. Tub platform of the Union Party, as amended, appears in the advertising columns of the Stak. Act 1 of the Hawaiian burlesque opera appears in t...

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. — 28 February 1894

Till! HAWAIIAN STAli, WlflSfolSSDAY. FltBRUARY, al, 1894. JIAWAJI IX Till! Ol'KHA. "Ci,i:vi;i..xn ami hii: liriiinutlc llxmt- or tlie IIiimiiIIhi rlneii-Ciirri'iit HUtory Tinkered l'i In Three Nlinrt Acta. Comic Opcrn founded on Current tory as It Might lie. 111?- DltAMATIS 'l:R80X.r. J.ilimiknlanl, Queen of thu Hawaiian Islands, but not working at Jut trade. lirnver Cleveland, lr'iilciit of the Unite il States ami .meddler in the Hawaiian Jiusiiil-ps. Paramount Mount, who needs n special universe for himself. Minltcr Willis, acting under orders. President Doli', of tlio Hawaiian reptib- lie. Knlulatii, daughter of tlio Queen, (iroshaiu, of Cleveland's Cabinet. Courtier?, Cabinet Olllcera, Conspira tor.", Populace, a Telephone, and others neeesary to help the plot. Time To-day, yctcrday and to-morrow. Titr. lxcnxTivr. "Nothing outido of comic opera can do the subject justice." Congressman Johnson on the Hawaiian situation. ACT I. Scr.xE The royal palace nt Honolulu. Courtiers, cabin...

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. — 28 February 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STA'h WEDNESDAY. PKI1KUAKY 28, 1894. 4 MWP SEA EDGING. STRANGE THINGS FOUND UNQBFl THHtE MILES OF SALT WATER. toRrcliliig the Ih.tlmii nf the Orculi In tho ljitrrt-At (if Selene llarltenient Attend UtK III' Work Alilluiilii Tlit Ktni11(' Cliotmnthftiitimq Thp Hump nf Ootr. l8Bclal Corrfwpolwieltco. ftALTlMotiK. Jmi 8. Theiu are many ((range thing In t lie sea, mid mini lini still wide cope in which tnimrsiie hli Inves tigations. Hilt tills field is liecomliifrmore nnd more narrow, anil today the scientist thrust hli band down 8,000 fathom and team from the ocean bottom the life that render even thine depths Interesting. The ltfhabttaiitn of llalttnioreare vellacpialnt tfl with dredging n long as the oyster Is the object soiiKht. Hut there were con?ld erablo wonderment and Inquiry here lat (milliner vfien a party of students and scl errtMi from the Inland state nf Iowa ar rlrod In the city, chartered the two masted schooner Emily E. Johnson, piled a lot of r)4r looking m...

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

HAWAII I'Ulll.tSIIKII iim:iiv AI'IKHMOOX liXOr.l'T Stt.NIIAV. Ti:iutM I'HTV MISTS) . JlOfrlll IN AIVA.M!II. .4 VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, , THURSDAY EVENING MARCH i. ifrg4 NO. 284 STAR EM 1 1 ' 5-', X t If. ' -C - 'Ex 9& ' kite OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1'iiovmoNAi. oovhknmi'.kt oi' Tin: IAWAIIAN ISLANDS. HxmtTivE CoiiNrn. . It. Dolo, President nf tho Provisional tlov crninciit nf tho Hawaiian Islands, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A.. Kins, Minister of thn Interior. S. 31. lumon, Mlnlsttrtif Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisoiiv CnuNCtu W.C. Wll.ler. Vice-President nf the rro Islon nl (lovernnientof the Hawaiian Inlands. Oecll ltrown, John NOtt.au. ' John F.tia. James F. Morgan, E1. Suhr, .1. 1'. Mendonca, John Emmeluth. K. D. Tenner, C. Unite, W. F. Allen, Henry Waterhoueo, A. YontiK, F. M. Hatcli, C. T. ltodtters. Secretary Kecutlve and AiU vlsory Councils. SUPRKMG UOUItT. Hon. A. F. Jtuld, Chief Justice. lion. It. F. Hlckcrton, First Associate Justice. Ho...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 1 March 1894

,a Ji-riu imwHjAn inimflUAY. MARCH I tPcu - -j j ri"" hi r - V -rrrr-, tiTn" Che Hawaiian Star. PUULISIIED KVERY AFTERNOON i' EXCEPT SUNDAY .5(UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. "Mtf AtrKIt U. HMITH. Managing lMltor, UuiIiipm Malinger. 14 KO HO K M A NSOK . HUIrtCntlTIOM HATES. -;lt Yenr tii Adviuico, - - - - M.00 . Ier Month lu Ailvanro, - 60 . fcurelmi. iwr Ycnr In Advance.,- - 10.00 AnVKllTISINO HATES! Untea lor transient and regular advertising ran tio obtained nt tlio publication oiiipo, To secure prompt Insertion all ndvettlio menU mint bo delivered nttlio lluilnees Ollice ueforo 1 p. m. THURSDAY. MAUCII 1, 1894. To-day's Council highly important. meeting was No time should be lost in organ izing Union clubs. Tim Sansom "vindication" must have cost the Guardian a bad quar ter of an hour. McCRKARY'3 resolutions will serve for an epitaph on the tomb stone of Royalist hopes. Royalist confidence has materi ally diminished since the Star ex posed the Canadian conspir...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 1 March 1894

Ml THE HAWAIIAN .STAR, THUKSDAy, MARCH, I, 1894 8 HAWAII IN THE OPERA. "ci.i:vi:i.ani ami Tin; dusky sandwich iii:i:n." llrainatln Kxiioao of tlio Hawaiian I'laaci, -Current History Tinkered Up In rliren. Hliort Acts. ACT II. Scene Tirst! Tlio White House at Washington; iirivnto office of tlm Presi dent; Mr. Clcvohtiid and his Cabinet l if covered. 0ieniiiK Clionm, Orovcr and Cabinet. (Irover Oil, now's your cliiinco to piuo iipoii i ivondor. Cnlunot Qnzu, ye jicnplei gaze I (irover I'm not ft boastful frl!ow. As Jon ilonlitlom know full well, oh, Hut I'm u Minis for to tell, nil, I'm the gieau-st 'iieatli tho sunt I m an oracle. e)cloliolta, Mke n Mofen I can lead ) I'm tlic screaming .li-rlcan eaglo hint and Sphinx rolled Into uno I Cabinet He's the. screaming 'Jlerican eagle, etc. Orovcr Leave out tho dance, lioysl I can't join you because I'm not feeling well, Jlositfos, I'm a little overweight. I.et'H to Jiusincf-fll What mighty prob lem of statecraft wants to wrestle with my i...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 1 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY, MARCH t. 1894. GUITEAU'S CURSE. Hill Tnrimi1, ll llmwn't Worry Tliatv Agitlmt Wlinm It tt llnrlnl. Whatevw mny Imve been thought of tlie cure uttered by Guitnui it the time nnd muny nhniMtrwi It fill from hl llp It l ntivrtliel true that H lm yet to 1 fulfilled, for with wvfinl exception time repnntbl for hl conviction mid ilofttli not only still live; lmt, wlmt I more, they ftlll enjoy the blewlnp common to life. The district nttorncy, Oeorgc 11. Corkhlll, who prosecuted the ruwassin; Judge John ,K. Porter of New York, nlso one of the PfoccutlnR olTlcen, mid Juryman Thomas tfelnlluohave since Joined the Rivnt major ity. Po, too. have President Arthur, At torney Gfnerol Drewster, Mr. Justice Brad lej , who denied Gultenu's application for re lews by habeas corpus; Chief Justice Cart tr of the district appellate court, which refused tho condemned man a new trial; Mr. Randolph Coylo, who, with Mr. Hugh T. Tajcuart, drew the Indictment, and Oey ernl Crocker,...

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. — 2 March 1894

Iff HAWAI1AS i'(iiii,iMiii:i KYlJltV Al'TMNOON JIXCHI'T SUNDAY. 4 TIIItMSI I'lITY CJi:TH A .MONTH ' IN ADYANOi:. VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY EVENING MARCH 194 NO. 285 1 MHi fiWjP hues sJLntta MxLa $ : ' r. . $ I OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. l'UOVISIONAIi GOVl'.UNMKNT OV Till! HAWAIIAN ISI.ANIIS. Kxmrrirn Cmisciu H. 11. Polo, President ot tho Provisional flov- crnineut of tho Hawaiian Islands, anu Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. Klnu, Minister of tlin Intorior. B. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Hmlth, Atlornoy-Uencral. Aiivisnnv CouHcik V. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Trov Islon al Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, John Nott, John Ena. James F. Morgan, Ed. Suhr, J. P.Memlonca, John Eininoluth. K. D. Tenney, C. Holte, W. P. Allen, Henry Walorhouse, A. Youwr, F. JI. Hatch, C. T. Hodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. SL'PIIK.ME CouitT. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. K. Frear, Second ...

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

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, MARCH s, 1804. 2 The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAl.TF.Tl O. HMITI1. Mnnnfflnit Editor, I1KOUUE MANSON. Business Manager. HiimcimtioM HATKS. 1VI Year In Advance, - - -(or Month In Advance, -rorclirn, per Ycnr In Advance, - M.00 .50 lo.ai AllVr.llTIS.lJIO IIATKS! Itntes lor transient and rcituiar advertising enn bu obtained at the publication uiiloo, 'row-euro, prompt Insertion nil advertise ments mint bo delivered nt tho Business Oillce beforo 1 p. in. FRIDAY, MAKOII 2, 1804, THE UNION PARTY. The fourth district will organize a Union Party club to-night at the rooms of the Annexation Club. All annexationists who will take the pledge and serve the cause with faithfulness ttnd zeal ar4- invited to sign the roll. Monday night another dis trict will organize. We hope to be able to record similar procedure soon on all the islands. PARTY HARMONY AT STAKE. At this particular time when 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. — 2 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, MARCH, 2, 1894. HAWAII IX TUB OPEKA; cm:vi:i,ani .n tiii: hankwicii uui:i;n.' IMISKV llrnmatlo i:io nf tlip Hawaiian Flnaen-fliirrcnt IIIMnr.v Tinkered Up In riirco Mlnirl Aria. Comic Opera foiiiuli'ct' 011 Current His tory niU Might lie. ACT III, SctMio 1'irnt! Cabinet Clinmlicr in tins Wliltu House, Washington. Tlid President ami lili Cabinet (lifcovcreil; Oroer eltH nt ono end ot the room by liltnpelf. the others far removed from hlin mid regunnllng bim with dlKiilcns ure. Orovcr (Huminllij to hlmpelf nnd druniming 011 tlio table. ) Slm my 1.111, I'm lier drove, rdie's Rot me muddled, Yoj. by Icive 1 Soon twill bo over, And with her I'll bullircmL'li, l.llluoknlanl Is my liuo duo 1 (Ire.abam Your exeelleney I drover Il'inV Uri'!liaiii I looked through all the papera that eame here, nnd couldn't llnd a single favorable reference to your Hawaiian policy. Shalt I read what the Now York Sim pays7 Orover (excitedly) I dare vou to I flrepliani The New York '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. — 2 March 1894

I THE HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY. MARCH 2, tSo). lMl - - " ' A BOAT ADVENTURE. STANLEY'S BARGE LADY ALICE BAT TLING ON THE CONGO. Thf Waters of the Wonderful llHer Are M Terrible a the Pnvnce Alone Shore. Thirteen Native unit Stanleys Onlj White Comraite Lost In ttiti Cataract. (.Copyright 165H. by American Press Associa tion, llook t lghts reserved. TANLEY'S Knvelilnivlf tip lolils Talc, crjTnst, "I'm lost, timilerl" Tlio canoe shut the fulls, with Soiull clinging to Its Miles, nnil bound nl on from wntt-ry terraco to terrace, now whirling ubout In boiling cdillci nuit again cmiRbt by heiivy waves nnil whlokeil llrt to the right nnil then to the. left. It did lint sink, nnil Sotull did not let no. Dark ness dually nettled upon the scene, and next day canoe mid boy bad disappeared. On the btli of April, IS", the Iidy Alice narrowly escaped destruction mid there after figured In tho moi-tthrllllna events ol the voyage. Three, days later tho bargo entereil Lnily Alice rapids, where tho t-te...

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 March 1894

I Hi THE HAWAIIAN J rum.isiiKii J iivimv ai'ti:hnon i:(!i:it hiimiayI J a .................... ..J VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, si SATURDAY EVENING MARCH I I I. J riiTv dfiVi . Mo.vnt 'H V mMm uJLmJLm mMrnXfi fuiiv.tNUit. mH 3. 194 SO. 2H6 m J V IV.- . - 'OEFIOIAL DIRECTORY. TltOVINIOXAI. (lOVIIUNMHN'T OF Till! HAWAIIAN ISt.ANIIS. KXKfUTlVK COUNCIL - H. II. Hole, l'reslilflit nt tho l'rnvlsloaal (lov eminent (if the Hawaiian Inlands, and .Minister uf Furelen AIT.ilrs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. 8.M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-Uencral. Anvuour Couxcit, W.U. Wilder, Vice-President or thel'rovlslon at Oovcrnmentof the Hawaiian Inlands. Cecil Urown, K. I). Te.nne.j-, John Nolt, C. liolte, John Eua. W, F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Kd.Suhr, A. Youne, J. I'. Mcndotica, V. M. Hatch, John Knunelutll. C. T. Itmlgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. HuritBME Couiit. Hon. A. F. .Tudd, Chief Justice. Hon. Tt. F. Hlckerton, First...

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 March 1894

Till? HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. MARCH 3. 19,. A7-. pi i- IT , , c. , 1L HE 1U AW All AN S 1 Alt. I'UtiLlSIIBt 8VBBY APTHNtMN HXCBPT SUNDAY IJY THE HAWAIIAN BTAK NWilA I'BR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. A'At.TKK U. SMITH. OKOIUIK MANHOX, UomMtlnft IWItor. Duilum Miunaer. KltlKCHIITIuy HATHA. IVi Voir In Advance, - -00 Cut Month 1 Advance, - A huirlffn. wr Ymr In Advance.- - W. ADVEHTHINn maths: IIhIm lor trsinlmt and ranulnf mlvertWng 0111 be obtained nt the publication olflee. Insecure prompt Insertion Hll wlverltae menu mft't be .delivered atllie BuMiieiw Dlllce before 1 i. in. SATUUIUY. - - MAltCH It. 1801. " PUSH THINGS." The spirit' and zeal that formed the Annexation Club should bt now emGodied in the work ol building up the Union Party which has come to take its place. Tlu need of that party is so pronounced that every Annexationist who is able to take part in poli tics, should rally to the new standard and perfect the organiza tion. As for the old club it was simply an enrollment of loyal...

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 March 1894

1 THIS HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, MARCH, 3, 1891- TIIIMVIII.Olv OF Til IC 1111.0. A t'OAI. IMIIII.N IIAItKH.Nt IMS ON TIM! HOOKS A T KlUllllOH. Nil l.lve Lint Nolldlil iif VpjiI lir :argii Cmi Hi' Hmnl-slii- Win 300 Mllen On t ! c Chimp. 1'AIIAI.A, lCntt, Hnwall, Feb. 28. An-, oilier vowel lins coinu to nn iiiitlniclv end on tli cruel rock-bound count of Ilatvatl. The biirkentitio Hllo, from Newcastle, N. S. V to Honolulu, coat laden, was fifty-one dnjs from port when yesteidny, at 4 ii. in., sho drovo bow on to the. shore nt Keniihou Point. .So close inshore did she stri ke tlmt the yard m m touched the land within one hundred feet. The weather had been thick for soino days before, nnd as observations conhl lint, be taken the ollicers had no idrn they werii close to land j indeed, the peenn of the wieck was morn than two hundred miles from the rightful course. As soon us possible preparations were made to launch u boat, hut owing to the heavy sea and mighty swell it was im possible t...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 3 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY. MARCH " 3 1S04. I REV. DR. TALMAOE PREACHES WORDS I OF HOPE TO THE WEAK. A Sermon KllUnf UnrmirnRetiiciit tee Thn Wliei liHhnr llnilrr lHaitttrftntHitci III II10 , Atrulrfttenf l.lfrHlmiurnt I'lra te11ioo Wlm Are UneonvrrtiMl. NASUVtLtR, Dec. 17. Dr. TnlmnBe, who If now In thi city on hW western li'cture tour, delected as hl toplo for today a text full of "plrltiml encouragement for those who labor under rtlnadvantiigo In the stniR- t00k tlm. lie wn.s very old. lie was Bo gle of life. The text chosen was Isaiah lug very slowly. At that rate It would have xvxlll, 88, "The lame take the prey." taken I1I111 two bourn to go 11 mile. 1 said, The utter demolition of tho Assyrian host 1 "Wouldn't you like to rider" He sildi wa.s here predicted. Not only robust men I "Ti"ulk y,m 1 ,wou1'1-. (of1W,r" vo"'" should go forth and gatherthe spoils of con quest, but even men crippled of arm and , crippled of foot should go out nnd capture much that was valuable. Their p...

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 March 1894

TAR IMIIIM4IIF.lt r.VI'.UV APTICllMOON KXCWT SUNOAV. I.N ADVA MID. I Urn r4 VOL It. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAV EVENING MARCH 5. 1894 NO. 287 THE HAWAIIAN r ;-! :,- ti OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1'llOVISIONAl. OOVKIINMISKT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND'S. Executive Council S. It. Dole, President ot tho Provisional Gov ernment of U10 Hawaiian Islands. K. M. Hatch, Minister of Forelitn Affairs. J. A. tflm, Minister of the Interior. 8. 51. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Mmltli, Attorney-General. Auvisnuv Council W. 0. Wilder. Vice-President of the Tro Islon nl (lovernraont of tlie Hawaiian Inlands. Cecil Hrown, E. D. t'enuey, John Nott, 0. Ilollc, John Ena. W.F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouso, Ed.Suhr, A.Yomur, J. P. Mcndonca, F. M. Hatch, John Kmmeluth. C. T. Iloiliters, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. HuntPMR Couht. Hen. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Ilickerton, Flrat Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frcar. Sccoijil Assoclute Justice, Henry Mnlth. Chief Clerk. ...

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 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY MARCH 5, 1894. The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTBIINOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NBWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. VVAl.TllU U. HMITI1, tiKUHOK MANSON. MniHMtlii IMltor. liuilncM Manager. mrincuirrlox iiati. IVi Year In Advance, - - - - Tor. Month In Advance, - AJ Hnrlftn, per Ymr In Advnii. - - lO.Wi AllVEHTIUNO HATES! Kate Inr tramleul u'ml reirularartvertl.lnK cn t obtained Hi tlio publication olllce. 'I'owcuro prompt insertion nil advertise ments limit be delivered nttlio Tluilnesi Ollle before 1 P m. MONDAY, - M.UtCllo, 1891, 'STILL HARPING ON THE PAST. I The Bourbons who learn nothing ( ai!d forget nothing, are not all of i the Gallic and Iberian type. We have their counterpart in Polynesia' in the person of the ex-Hawaiian Queen, who in her latest interview, still speaks in the plurals ot Maj esty, dwells on the vicissitudes of "our native subjects" and expresses an unsophisticated faith in the val idity of her title to the throne. Even Roy...

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