ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Hawaiian Star, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 47,762 items from Hawaiian Star, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
47,762 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, MARCH, 3, 1894. WITHIN OAIIU'S WALLS. visit to Tim ruinv.NiMi im.aoi: cai.i.i:i "on Tim niiinv U'hs llullt In 181i7-Niit Wlmll)- I'rlMin lriitif-01iitiiilrliirnt I't-Htiirt-s Mtirn Unlit Net-tlt-th " In Hoiiolillu llio ihra "on tlie reel" lms lost It, nntitlcnl Hijjnificatico. In Rtond of meaning the strnmllng of a vcnfi'1 on thu coral it liui come to tell in three short wonls the wreck of u life, the Masting of hiiimin hojies, the liiiiiipiinent of one who traiiit;iresii'4 the Inws of the country. When it hccoines necessary on account of the weakness or vieiousiie.si of a jiurson to restrain him for n period ho is Ft'ht "on the reef." This means sojourn in the high walled old prison that stands upon the coral on the Kwn sido of the hay. The llgures 1857 boldly painted above thu main entrance, tell that titiltu early in the history of the Islands a prison of some magnitude became necessary. (Jahtt Jail, as it .is olllcially called, ein bodies in architectu...

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

AN INDTAN CMEIiAL. CHIEF JOSEPH'S CAMPAIGN WITH HI3 NEZ PERC BflAVES. A Ilimiiliic right 11 f ririfi n Ilnnrlrnl Mlln Jlrom U'Pkterii Idaho Ilium mitl Up the ItachUt t Northern Mniitntui Three Armlen Ilenten nmlnrnnrth llehlnt tiny tOopyrlnht, 1MM, lir Amerlcnn l'ren Aocl. (Inn llwk rights reserved. KIT II EH Till lietlu-r ilinvtlior n verity It 1 nil one nor Rob Hoy, defending the cletis ot the Altw or tlict lilihlnrids neither Slinmyl, In tuefntnewsof Marlon in bn Cur- ollna cverKlftdw, niMe more glo rious flqlit to win nil t ht men liolil worth battllns for freedom, pos sessions, homo's. wives nml little ones, than did the Set rerce war chieftain, Joseph, who led a chase of 1,500 miles along the valleys, across thd foothills nnd through the blind passes of the Hocky mountains, with lios- lit. nrmlns tttitmrltlt nniittiruul nml nl ilanntlpu vnlm. i, ii V i...i.i.i hlm.totho right and to the left of him, I whllo almost certain defeat was hi, single! prospect, and death ktared him 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. — 6 March 1894

6-,' X v. I it-, j,', OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL (10VKIINMHNT OF TIII5 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. KtCCUTIVS COU.NCII- S. It, Dole, President of tlio Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands. P. M. Hatch, .Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the. Interior. 8.M. Damon, Minister of Finance V. O. Huillh, Altorney-llcneral. Advisory CoonciU W. O. Wilder, Vice-President of the Tro Islon nl (loverinnentof the Hawaiian Islands. Oecll llrown, K. I). 'lennoy, John Nott, O. Holte, John Ena. W. F. Allen, .Tames F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouso, Ed.Suhr, A. Younir, .1. P. Mcndonca,' V. M. Hatch, John Emmuluth C. T. Itodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. SUPHEMB C'OUKT. Hun. A. F. Jtsld, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. HIckorton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. E. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry .Mnlth. Chief Clerk. (leorge Lucas, First Deputy Clerk: O. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. Cincirrr Juuais. First Circuit: U.K. Cooper, W. ...

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

THE HAWAIIAN STAll, TUESDAY. MARCH 6. iFM. run Hawaiian Star. PUUMSltBD HVKNV AfTKHMOBN BXCBI'T SUNDAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NUWSPA. PUR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. W'AltT.n O. HMtTH, (IKOIKIK MANSOS. MnnmtltK MHot. Htmlnm Mmwmr. BlIn'CHIITIOS UATMH. I'd Vmr In Advanw. -Pel Month In Advance, -roifltfn, per Year In Advance. - lrt.no A' lO.Ui AllVEIITISINII llATPM! ISrttcw lor tmnU'iit sml reuulnrnilvcrtUlnjr enn tw otitnlnwl at the publication olllee. Toi-couro prompt Insertion ll advertlie monta limit lie delivered nt tho llulnef Ollloe Iwforo 1 p. Hi. TUESDAY. MAUC1I 6, 1894. TUB DOOM OF ROYALTY. ?ioiman'm iti:roi!T tii'iioi.ns Mit. yriivuxM' action. Jllnorlly Demnrruls I'miir .iini nlliin "Tlio t'r.nill I'lllvrrlr.'il nml tin' Scpter llciirlel." Wasiunutok, reliruary 2(1. Morgan, Chairmaii of the Senate C nimittee on I Foreign Kelatlons, to-day presenteil the j complain. report of the investigations of that com-1 Tilt, fnct tl,.,t tli Provisional (Jovern mittee made under a resolution leipii...

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

Tlllt HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY. MARCH, 0, 894- 3 DIPLOMATIC LKTMtS. IIITIIIlttTIt W1I.M4 ItNI'tMII.HHIlll llllt.ll ' I OIllllllfONIIllMJi:. ft An Ariirmiitli of tlie l:illliu- nf lCill(iliiry Ounil Conilmt-S,, lie llUlllllllff, , The Now York 6"nii of recent date contains tlie full text of Minister Willis' reply to the "speeitlcnllnn'' letter of Provident Dote.. Tlio reply is too long for reproduction In tbeu coliitnna nnil wo Biiinnmrizu It ns follows: Touclilm- the fnniniiH Stah interview Mr. Willis quotes Mr. Uuuouim Bavins that It Imil (-really relleveil the appre hension of the I'oniinunlty iibout mob violence. As to the reply of the Minister to Mr. Dole's inquiry ubjut Oresham's letter the former says: My duty, ns I understood it, illil not penult me to iltscu-e- wiui vou t ne letter if Mr. Gresliam to the President, nor could I. under the state of fact., Im questioned as to the existence or nature of the Intentions' of my Uiiveriiment. As a Uniterm nti il was at in u nine doubt...

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

...A TIHI HAWAIIAN STAR TUBSDAY. MARCH 1S9.1 r r-- It p y Mrti Mar? kiw ywit Bu I mJEE$tSr ttmtv n' ntahta MMakln of it SMawd i If br Mftr fM tn ikwtiti 1 Kt a pit 0 stop, yon bt, tftl HfmvnN not An hHn't tmntljr Bd It Mp nfow tlw bubj crlw!. While Hfuw thfit, f r ftfttfti rwr, t couldn't Blurt ntlrmm Tlioat "come kM r mher'il wnk an klk un howl an Mrram. At last 1 pot 'cm nil Rrottnl up. "An now, bogtwli," thinks I, "This wornfMit frame Ml get wimo sleep r know tho reason why." I went an bought a Mother bed un tilllew ftof t w enmv. "Now, Mary Jane'POE T, "Hurrah fr Qott'a lt gtft below." But ilern the erettln luck that pUswert me fiem n!al, That makes my head weigh Forty ton an a'tnoat drives me mad, Thetwlfeo mine lies lined a club with heaven tin earth to tote An lectures .o till peep o dnycuz sho nlnt 'lowed, to vote. St. IouW Itepubltc. SIX TO ONE. Matthew Loomls wiw a persistent man, h j trait exemplified by Ills family. There was a succession of six girls before tho son and ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 March 1894

jHE ' M-i .' ; f I'UllMSHKD Wm' '' ! BVKHV Al-TliltNOON "fif . J i:xci:it nttNiiAY. ft" vol ii. THE HAWAIIAN HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY EVENING MARCH 7, 1894 SIT1 i I J THKMH J I J"" Wtk ' 2 rinv oitvis a .tio.vni naa aJKmJmm mfiu 9 in adanci:. ""B NO. 289 f - 1 t"" . Rv. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 'ife-l I'ltOVlSIONAI. OOVl'.KNMKNT OF THE jSgjjijjj" , HAWAIIAN INLANDS. UXKCUTIVR COUNCIL S. II. Dute, President ot the Provisional (toy eminent of the Hawaiian Islands. M. Hatch! .Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. Kins, Minister of the Interior, 8. 31. Damon, .Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Anvismir Councii VV.tj. Wilder. Vice-President of the Provision al Oovernmentof the Hawaiian Islands. Oocll Brown, John Nott, John Ena. James F. Morgan, Eil.Suhr, J. P. Alendonca, E. 1). tenner, O. flolle, V. F. Allen, Henry Waterhouse, A. Younir, F. M. Hatcli, John Einmelutli. O. T. nodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. SUI'llKNE UouiiT. IIn. A. F. Jndd, Chief...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, -WIvMPiSDAY. MARCH ; f fa, 41 Hi" ll JlllAtHM Tlll M ... xxfl.,w, ttijiMleiwutWr niw ilwwln. - 1 1 WUIUU H HOI WVtl, UlClUHM, . 3& iMIllt IBIIM llUVDl' A tUUMAAM I I UXCMPT SUNDAY t PKR ASSOC AT1UN. L.IJ. WkAtlT.Il 0. HMITll. MatiMsiic Hdltoi. MIIKIK MA.SKON, Iturtiiw MnnHfoi lUllKCIIllTlON RATI. Ivi Venr In Advnnw, -ji Month In Advance, -l-'iiclan, ier Ymr tn Atlvnntc, - 10.1 A1IVF.HT1MNO HAT W! llnlM tor transient and regular advertising mn bo obtained nl the publication olllw Tasceuro prompt lnortlon nil ndvertlM ment must bo delivered at tho Jluslnw Uilteo before 1 1. m. Wednesday. - MAUCH 1 , 1891. OUR STRENGTH SENATE. IN THE The report of Senator Morgan, exonerating Minister Stevens l'roi the principal charges made again him by Mr. lilomit and afterward' by President Cleveland and Secre tary Gresham, will be acted upon by a Senate which has shown itsei to have a majority favorable t' a fair policy towards Hawaii. Subtracting Senator Morgan him self and S...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, -WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 7, 1894. x i I' r4- IMiESlDUNT J)OL!f;s YIHWS. HIS AIITIMIIIIISII ISTIIIlVlinV IN A IIOHION IWIMIlt. Tli 1'nkt, TrLHciit nutl future (if llie llnwallun Giivnrmiient An Intercut- Correspondent Julius A. Palmer tent ,, . , . ,, ., '" concerning "unimiiinti viuii" he following dispatch to his paper, the, whisky and notinK the fact that this Bostoirlnini.cnjrf, on lehrunry J. LIirtieu,Hr )rnn,i . nwill,,i n lm.llal IIon'oixi.d, Teb. y, via San Francisco, Feb. 12. President Dole says in an interview witli your correspondent to day, as to the justification of his course. and the fall of the monarchy "It must always he a question in sucl movements where the point of submis sion to authority terminates and the uientioned"A.U.U."heerfrnui (heAiner-1 "There has never been any dlvis ri.rlit. nr ilntvnf n.itn,v. lM.liia if lenn lirewlntr Coiniiaii v of St. Louis. Mo. ion of sentiment at Washington ever' there was a jut revolution it was ours, not onlv in th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 March 1894

1 A " THE HAWAIIAN STAR. - WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1804. ,' K r. - .1 I I.III'in 11 IJ I I I'll ill. I'l In!. I a riAmciAM rsi lrr Tntru i ' . . .. rennre TiriNtnn r ibt o nu Tur AMERICAN PRODUCTIONS. Hot long slnco n gentleman who meant to be polite, nml who affect Kiiullih pellln(t, l(Mrrscd a letter to inc in follows, 'Tlio Honourable. Georgo TIcktiorCurtK LL.D., itc,, etc., etc." I never lielil any public dfllco or position which, by n custom tbnt wouhl be more honored in the breach tlmn the observance. U supposed to put the pre fix of honorable, to n man'minme, nor did I ever ncelve from my own Harvard or nny other Institution of learning the degree, of LL. I), or nny other honorary degree. The fondness of our people for titles and tho readiness with which tbey arc bestowed are remarkable. When I was in college nt llnrvnrd, more than 00 years ago, there dwelt nt Cam hrhlgeport n Mr. Thomas Dowse, whocar , tied on the respectable occupation of leather dresser, lleing a prosperous mnn 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. — 8 March 1894

Sirp a "o ' i :i M HAWAIIAN HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY EVENING MARCH 8, 1894 NO. 290 unuM-ii: iTi gJ fjl J i: t.iiy ArTKiixooN J I 21 fc i:.ci:i-t Sunday. JLm i R n in JaJi , tfei .... i I Iff .' utsST': ' - WOV . vol 11. 1 m;.is'r '. )if&; ' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. i'UOVlSIO.VAl, (iUVIIIlNMKXT OP THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council M. It. Dole, President of tho Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands. F. M. Hatch, Minister of Forelun AITalrs. 1. A. Kins, Minister of thn Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attornoy-Qenernl. . Ativisniiv Council V. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Tro lslon at Government of the Hawaiian Islands, Cecil llronrn, John Nott, John Ena. James F. Morgan, Ed.Suhr, J. P. Mondonca, John Emmeluth. K. D. Tenney, C. lloltc, W. F. Allen, Henry Waterhonse, A. Younir, F. M. Hatch, C. T. Itodgers, Secretary Eiecutlvo and Ad visory Councils. SUIMIF.ME OolfitT. linn. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. lllckerton. First Asso...

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

IT MARCH .8. '1894. THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TMURSDAN -4' The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED KVERV AFTBRNOON EXCBPT BUN DAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NliWSPA" PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. tfAt.TKIl O. SMITH, Mannalna IMItor. Ul'.OIUin MANHOS. tluslnoM Manager. smilCIIIITloS IIATLS. iVi 'mt In Advance, - - - Pot Montli In Advance, -HjicIku. iwr Year In Advance, - 50.01 A 10.01 AnVnilTISISO KATES! KhIm lor trniulcnt find retrulnrniH-crtllnp can be obtained at tlio publication olllce. Tosecuro nroniiit ltwrtlon all ndvcrtle- monts mint be delivered nttlio lluinet Ollleo before 1 1'. in. THURSDAY, MAltCllS.lbOI. OUTLOOK OF ANNEXATION. ' The unprecedented majority of 187,000 votes given by the State ol Pennsylvania for Galusha A. Grow, the Republican candidate for Con- gressmau-at-Large, is the second electoral expression which has come from the American people since the Hawaiian policy was framed. The first was the choice of a Republican Congressman iu a strong Tammany district an event which trod upon the hee...

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. — 8 March 1894

Till HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH, 8, OK MATKItlAL INTKIIKSTS. AN Alll.i: I'Afllll ON OI'MllNT HI' TIM! 1 tiii: nr,vi:i.. ll.ANIIS. ltaidd tlroulli-Monej- Period-. I'm oraldo Condition I'or Hi l'uturi Union f Purpose. At tho Amorlcnii Lciiruo open meet In Monday night nlilo .vlilrenses on 'milijects of Interest tn nil tlio people wcro inude by W. A. Iluireii, It. F. Dil liuglinm, Jos. Miirmlen unit J. 8. Etner poii. Mr. Dilllnglmm's speech was mi tho "Development of Ilnwiiil," nntl was ns follows. H la now lirst tmblUlicd In full : Tho development of Ilnwnll in cer tainly an InterestliiK subject, Imt It ia a subject so comprehensive that even the ablest Ktntexiiien might shrink from the task of attempting to Bound Its depth or compass its urea of present anil prospec tive possibilities, hit man living can bu truly worthy the namo of a good citizen wlio is not willing to bear his share of tho burden In the development of the commonwealth of the country in which ho lives. Few men in...

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 March 1894

til B HftWAt.MM OTPPlr THURSDAY, MATiQil'rfiiSw. tfJtOMMnSAKGBYSKA. A MIMORAftLE Mlf DISASTtR AND THniUUINO ntSCUE ON 8HONE. Tnrnly llnltrn III Hi llrmkrM 111 -MM wlntrr A llnlijr (llrl SiivimI Suri-lllc l Twii Nublo Hallum Trim TiiIm rrmn llio 1.1 re Surrri' I.rIm"I. tOoprrlitlit, li!, by American t'rwi Ameln tlcrn. Hook rights reeerveri. x rrirv . or Teh. SO. Inl, 4C hroVe over the liat, knocking Keeper mht or 80 spevtHtorc tin nverlnmnl ami niietitinit two men nt who lmd been their. Mnrtln whs hauled on board by drawn by the nlnrin "Ittnulu ol the life saving j corp to the shore of ljong Uench, N. 1 J., saw a vessel , careened on the 1 bar, half snioth- ered In tho driving Mirf, with masts nml yards nkew, ' while casks mid furniture and deck apparatus were coming away from her like stones from a catapult. In her shattered rigging were 10 dark objects showing the outlines of human being", some of them 1 nioUng aliout on tho ropes and some as still as mummies. One figure held a lon...

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 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. ruiiLiMiiiiii l'.Vi:ilY AI'TKItMION i:.(:i:i'T nii.sk.vv. - VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, 'FRIDAY EVENING MARCH 9, 1894 5 J lllltMNl J "jM J nil v iiiiyi a .month M J IN .lllVAMJIt, J 9 NO. 291 jl I43? 1 1 m OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. rilOVISKINAI. tlOVIlUNMKNT OF TIIK HAWAIIAN ISl.ANII.H. MxmmvK Cohnoiu S. II. Dole, President of tlio Provisional Gov ernment of tlio Hawaiian Islands. V. M. Hatch, Minister o( Forelen Allaire. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-Oeneral. Anvisnnr Councils - W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Trov Islon al (lovernmentof the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Hrown, John Nottt .fohn Ena. James F. Morgan, Rd.Sulir. J. P, Menilonca, K. D. Tenney, 0. Ilolle,' W. F. Allen, Henry Watcrliouse, A. Younir. 1). II. Smith, John Emineluth. C. T. Hodgcrs, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Supreme Couiit. Han, A. F. Juildi Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W...

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 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, MARCH 9 1894. if Tim Hawmiak Star.iJ , ll'ilbfciaKfMI VY AFTMNBOW HXSHPT SUNDAY ...WUV THtt HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSl-A- I'UR ASSOCIATION, UN. VAlTRU U. HMITHi UhOltOH MANM05. MRMurlrtK Hrtltor. Hulti(w Mntiiiwr. StlnWIIIITIOS IIATHS. LVi Year In Advance, - l"oi Moulli in Ailvnnw, - - hmclKUt per Voir In Advance. - W 19.01 AIlVBHTISINIl KATES! KnlM lor tmimcnl nnd raruliirndvcrlllns .an 1 obtained nl tbo puhlloitloii mil. 1'oKOCuro prompt Insertion nil advertise ments nmt bo delivered nttlio Hulnc Utllco before 1 p. in. FRIDAY, . . MAliCHt). 1S94. THE CONSTITUTIONAL VENTION. CON- If the convention bill passes in its original form, the President am the Executive and Advisor Councils will sit ,iu the Constitu tional body and control it by s majority of one. Under normal conditions this cut-ami -dried pro gram might seem arbitrary and be--come offensive; but it must be re membered that Hawaii is 011 a revolutionary basis and thr.l ovorv snfeiru.-ird needs to be be ...

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 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAVt MARCH, 9, 1804. LH(. HOW I'ATi: I'llllHlnTDNrl.V II HUT A VAI.IIAIIl.il MIl.MIIHIt, II Wn Dun I.) ' l.lmli . Ilrnliiii, Mitiillirl Hint Mlmt Ilia Kii) a IVImii Ihin M n hi XmhiIii. Dun Lyons, who has lieeii a ruiiiiient figure in Itotiuliiln for many years, car ries n cnni'. Ho docs not no it ns n sup port, anil U seems only u part of his dress. Time tvns when Mr. Lyons re quired a nine or two ns an aid to walk inn, and several times lie has tt.ed crutches for months. As they pay in the story liotlks, therehy hangs n tale. Dan llmiis jut a trifle. The casual ohcrver will not notice the slight hitch in his walk. Ho nets around eaily and grace fully an the next man, but the impedi ment is there. The Virginia City Chronicle of Septomher 21, 18!1, over twenty years ago, told all ahoiit it and the story Is worth repeating. A .Stak pucr ran across it quite by accident the other day. Here is the Nevada mining town paper's story of how fate pursued a man's left fo...

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 March 1894

'llllt HAWAIIAN SVHR FRIDAY. MARCH 9, 1894. .SB." r WO ODD 1NCLI)LOTS. THMMO AJD HUMOROUS MAPffNINOB AS SKETCHCO PROM LIFE How tlm (Jlty Mnrftlml uf llrntTti1 ltitlit Onpturrd nn Artitnl lli-nrntlo Without limning a W-hmii, llm Midnight Lynching The Wrnnc Mnn. Uf7tttht. IM, bj American Vxtm AmooIii- tlon.l llnram'H Hole mw it tnuOiroom milling romp ami n redhnt place In ltwlmy days nntijr lek In the tittle, nltlmuuli where It mien stood nre now to Iw wi n but a few rottliiK timber, nnd fwge linili rowo in thp rttwU, through which 1 lie tone wolf innypronl unniatented. Tin' pincers wero about Mhnnilnl w hi'ii new digging to the Month brought nbout u rti'li nml swept the town clmti of every ninn who could net nwny, but llrown's Hole wim in the flunli of it prosperity when I win dumped nt the Palace hotel by tho battered Conesto na couch. It wan 3 o'clock In the nfternoon, ond I wan moklng my plx In front of the hotel when I noticed (dun of excitement iloun the strict Red slilrted men ...

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 March 1894

y rTTHE HAWAIIAN ' ' , , VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY EVENING MARCH 10. 1894 so. 2Q2 iSm ! K 'W ;. " I ! It ' ' T fai" ' - -"If. ,4 i 'i ' '. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. "T'ltovjsioNA.i. covi:unmi:nt ok thi; HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. EXECUTIVK COU.NCll. S. II. Dole, 1'nwiil.mt ol the Provisional Gov ernment of the llawallan Islands. P. M. Match, Minister of Porelitn Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of thn Interior. S. II. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-Ucneral. Auvisouv Counch, W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the I'rov Islon al t!o crumcnt of the Hawaiian Inlands. Cecil lJrtmn, John Nott, 1 .lohn Etna. James P. Morgan, Eil.Hulir, J. P. Mendonca, K. D. Icnney, C. Uolte, W. F. Allen, Henry Wnterhouso, A. Youair, I). 1). Smith, John Kmmeluth. C. T. Itodgera, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Council. BUI'llEME COUHT. Hn. A. F. .Ilidd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. F. Illckerton, First Associate Justice Hon. W. E. Frear, .Second Associate Justice Henry "nihil. Chief Clerk. (leo...

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 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. MARCH id 1S9.I I,1' The m ft' E5, Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED KVKRY APTBRNOpN EXCEPT SUNDAY I1Y IIU5 HAWAIIAN STAU NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. ' tVAl.TRtt O. HMtTit. UIHIUUE MANSON. Mnnaalntf Hilltor. BuslncM Malinger. minwrmiTioji iiatm. I Vi Your In Advance, -1'et MOnth In Advance, -Wuetitn, per Year In Advance. - ,'' 10.0(1 AtlVKllTISINO IIATKS! Union lor transient niul regular ml verlllng can be. obtained nt H10 publication olllcu. Tosoeuro prompt Insertion till advertise ments mint be delivered otthc limine" Utllce before 1 p. m. s?ATUKDAY, PARTY MAUClI 10, 1SUI. POLITICS. The good results of the late elec tion to fill a vacancy in the Atlvis ory Council will, we think, be seen in a cordial union of both the radi cal and conservative elements in one loyal party which will adopt a liberal constitution and frame national ticket embracing the best elements in both schools of political thought. There is nothing incongruous in such a union of divergent vto...

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