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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 10 March 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, MARCH, 10,' 1894. ON CO-OHM aTLVE LA IK) II. Vir.H-S Of W3I. It. IIOWKN ON ON1J OF Till! 1.1 VJi aur.sTMNM. Mmmly-Tlii-'TrilH HjMelil-r.nH n III" MkIiI 1 null -A Cliiunto llcillllil In . t.'ome In lime. HATS ITS WOllllS. III III,! Tim t'X.Qilrrnft OrKtin Ninv Apnlog)' Illiniums. A few evenings since the Ilohmua liml one of Its typical. iinraKiaphs in which Jos. Mnrsdcil was made the turret oC hlucktmrdisiu nnil vllllientloii. Mr. Miirsden culled upon Editor Norrle. During that Interview Norrle cringed to tin. ilitftt tin tiindf. n. virhil nnil written At an open meeting ot the. American ' ,i,r,. nrl,iniP1 ,.nt. hn u na nut nf league last MoiuU) , V. A. Unwell read , , , mipeiired. nnd iiioidIbciI it lelriictiim in the paper. Lael evening tlie Iloioinna hud the fol low lug : "3Ir. Joseph JInrsden whoso imtno linn Inadvertently nppenred In giosaly in sulting terms, which Is much regretted tin exceedingly bright paper on "Co operation." He treated nbly ot l...

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

THE HAWAIIAN STAR SATURDAY. MARCH to, 1894. T TllKTAIiEltXACLIS REV. Dn. TALMAQE PREACHES UPON "THE BARE ARM OF GOD." Onil Hlil Not So Much n Lilt n UtiRrr to . llrliiR I'orlli Hi" Llis'it V tuiiti(lon t'mlrrtaklnj Nint or lloil'n Hurt- Arm. HiKKiKLVS, Jnn. HI. SttiKiJlnrly appro prlntf unci lniprelviMwn the old nw-twl hymn 111 It win Kiiiix tbW innrnliiK liy ilw 1Iiouiiik1i of llrn,ikljn Tnlieriwclt', led on by cornet Mill organ: Arm nf tho Lord, u nkr, n akc! Put on thy stn-natli. the nations fLake. Rev I)r TiiliDnRO tonlt for bis Mihjrct "TI10 Ultra Arm of Rml'lho text IwliiK Inalah HI. 10, "The I.oni lmtb luiulo boro bit linly nrm " It ulniiwt take nnr lirrnth nwny to rwitl some, of tbo Hlhle imagery. Therti Is Mich holilncMt of metaphor In my text Hint I have bt'i'n for mine time pottiiiK my rtmr 'ago up to preach from It. Ivnlnli, tbe evan BilUtlo prophet, U KOiimllnR tbo Jubilate or our planet retiet'iiuM mm ii it u., "Tbo Lord batli muilo Imro bisbuly nrm." What overwhelming...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 12 March 1894

It- it 3itm t r OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. vnorimnxAii iavr.iiXMr.xr or Tin: "ii.iWAti.i x is t.axds. UXIiUITIVK C'llUM'll.. M. II. Pule, l'nWdsiiUof tlif Provisional (lov- eminent of tho Hawaiian Islands. K. M. Hatch, .Minister ot Korelim Airslrs. J. A. King, Minister of tho Interior. 8. M. Damon, Minister of rinntico. W. O. Hinlth, Attornoy-llcnernl. AiivisnitY Cou.nciu W.C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Prov Islon nl llovcrnniontof llio Hawaiian Islands. Cecil llrown, . K. I). Tenney, Jolm Nott, O. Holt, .lolin Ktia. 'W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan. Henry Walerhouse, Kd.Sulir. A. Yotinir. J. I'. Mendonca, I). H. Hmltli, John Euimuliith. C. T. Hodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. HlTI'ltKMF. Cot'rtT. Hun. A. F. Jlldil, Chief Justice. Hon. H. F. Illekerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V K. Frcnr. fcecond Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. (leori;o I.ueas, First Deputy Clerk. C. F. Peterson, .Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. CtllCUlT Junnns. Fir...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 12 March 1894

Tl'itt HAWAIIAN STAR, M5N1M MAIUli i ijuh Vim Hawaiian Star. I'UBMSHAO HVMRY AFTtlMHOOH UXQEPT SUNDAY HY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PKR ASSOCIATION. t,td tVAlVTRR O. SMITH, Mfttinrln Hdlter. UKOHIIK MA.NHON. Hinlii-w Mnttwtw. MIIKCUtlTION IIATFK. 1'ei Year In Aitraucr. - WW rei Month In Advance, - JSo I'olclgii. per Year In Aiivnnco, - - 10.00 AIlVBHTIIISO llTE: itnlin lor tminlent ntnl renulnrmlvcrtli!nsr ol n be obtained at llio pulillaiUun oillie. Towcure prompt insertion flll mtvprtWe- MeilU mint b dellvrml at the Huliu-t Onlco before 1 p. m. MONDAY. - MAltOlI 12. 1891. THE NEW PARTY HARMONY. Through a happy use of mutual good will, forbearance and patriot ism we now have the American Union party, combining the mem bers of the proposed American body with those of the existing Union party,' the whole being a district reorganization of the old Annexation Club. A platform has been made broad enough for both conservatives and radicals to stand on and sound enough to resist the assault...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 12 March 1894

TM It HAWAIIAN STAU, MOtfBftff, MAllCM. ia, tH4 THKY JIAVIi COALESCED. ( t80l,II.ATI0N l' AM, Till! AN. M1XATI0.N UlillMliNTS. atntirlrnii tjiilon't'iirly-l'liitfotlii Willi 11 llo'i-ii I'lutiUi-l li Central I'ihii nilttrc nt Work. Tin consolidation of nil IxxlloHof An nexationists has boon amicably offoctoil. The now urtinniznllon 1 iiih thu nanio "American Union Party." It has HlltltHXI'ONIlHNtll! I'ltOM VVAII.ItlUI. 1 1n' .SOW Till! MIIIUOMIIt .1. .11. MAN AT U.1I1DI.UI. ViiKrunt l.ntr lit) fiira-iil SIiiiiiii dliifi Mmlrut Min,-l:tr. The American schooner J. M. Cole nmn nrrlvcil nt Knliiilnl linrlior on Wnliiesilny last with a enro of mer ehniulisn for tho Hawaiian Commercial atnl Suirar Company's stoic, and havlnir on lionril two stnwnwnvs. Theitn Iwn imliviiluals liail evhlently, through their rather hiirrfril ilcnarittre from Han ! Francisco, iicRlecti'il to brini? their . justllnishcil illscharijinir. iwuiuooe, nun iic.l.i; l.c.l Iter Ull.u lo proilnee their letters of eroil...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 12 March 1894

THIt HAWAIIAN STAIN MONDAY. MARCH la. SQftKlft UK CITY LIlfE. ONTHt STRUTS IN NEW YORK, CMI Oft0, WASHINGTON AND 9T. LOUIS. ' A Wtilk tip Hnwtlwuy Ih New Vrk In dlilme' Whirl 1 lia Unlvt of M. Lmk A View Hi rmylVMttta Amnfl In AVaah IhffHtll. imperial CfMtondm'i WAtnimiTuK, .Inn. !. -An IntennttiMt fflMOte nt life In th imlloiml capital nre It trtt mriw In 110 mher city are the eenon the thuroniihinrr no dlrtlnctlve f the tihamcter of the piece w they nre h. Wllliln a few dyn I have ln in fer of the largwritlen of the country New York, ft. IOUK Vhliptei. I'hioiwo. In XewYork you ee on Hrndhy Mid tlie nventtwt a large number of c)l dreiwed, nl.pitrently well to do men nudwijmen. No- here ole In this couiitr) it the divmlng o costly or fashionable. Neatly nil the men pertMlk hati even in had weather, with Than are tw mmi ma, I M Wiiiiiwwtntlw. the Mwxmier onrrenfiWMtMrt. An a nth, they are aa Htrnrot at th oolumn moving Id the onntmtt direction l earthm The Utmm walk d"n liy pnlra. tr...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 13 March 1894

'l "Wj nmi "O F 1 Hj ftM I l M I'lI'TV CI1.NTS A .MONTH J JL foot mmmJLu Am0 fl in ahvanoii. ' HAWAII A ri)ui.isiii:i KVKIIY AFTIlllNOON i;.oi:rT sunkav. VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS TTT "Kl , TUESDAY EVENING MARCH it. iRn, No , , "fan. ' 4Y- '"V to i i. f 3f : - -i. 'en- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. vnoristnx.il, aornnxMitxr of riffl li.nr.itt.ix islaxds. KXECVTIVK COUNCIL S, 11. Dole, Prosldont nf the Provisional Gov ernment of tho Hawaiian Inland. V. M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. Ktlitr, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attomey-ticneral. Aiivisouv Council V. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Trovlslon 1 Uovernmcntnf tho Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Ilrown, John Nott, .lohn Kna. James F. Morgan, Ed.Stihr. J. 1. Memlonca, f I). Icnney, C. Ilolte. W. K. Allen, Henry Watcrhousc, A. Younjr. 11.11. Smith, John ICmtneluth. C. T. HodKcrs, Secretary Executlv o nnd Ad visory Councils. SUl'llK.MB COl'HT. IIn. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. lion. II. ...

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

- . . . , , MMMHMHMMFfWHHHIHHHHMnMMP' THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY. MARCH 13, 1894, feu- it- The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED KVBRY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE. HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAlrKR U. SMITH, Mnnnalns Editor, UKOKUE MANNON, nuMiicm Mnnniror. RnmClltlTIOS HATl.1. L'ei Vcnr In Advance, -I'ci Montli In Advance, -ruicttfn, per Voir In Atlvanco,- 10.00 A' 10.00 AtlVEllTlSINO iiatkh: Katci lor transient nnd regular lulvertliliifi ran he obtained nt tlio publication otllce. Totecure prompt Insertion nil advcrtl.e- incuts mutt bo delivered at the TtU'lncv Ollko before 1 p. 111. TOKSDAY, - - MAliCH III. 1MU. THE LABOR ISSUE. The change that has been made in the Asiatic plank of the Ameri can Union Party should have a food effect uoon the cause of Annexation. As the Sxak pointed out when the Councils first took a hand in pro-Chinese law-framing, and when the subject came before the nartv manasrers, trreat care was needed lest our American friends should derive the id...

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

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH, 13, 1894. .SUNDAY HANI) CONCERTS. (H'ciur.sTioxs 'io iiavi: T111IM oivr.N at r.MMA sutiAltu. DleciiMluiift "linnirerom l'sr 1 Act Count Itittlnunl Conten tion Member. A now question on local government waa brought up before tliu American Leuguu Inst nljiht. It U a matter about wlileh tlieio would bu very llttlu 1Ih cuaslon In any city In (be Unlteil State. In Honolulu It will receive cart ful con sideration, for it I certainly a departure, A resolution petitioning the (lovern nieiit to diseontiiiuo the Eniinu square Saturday niatineo baud concerts ntul substitute a Sunday treat was intro duced. After several spi eches bad been made to the question, linal action was postponed to the next meeting. The suggested change I9 a woikinginan'H measure.. Argument for it Is that on week day evenings the toiler rests at borne, anil that be Is unable to reach the Satinday nfternoon concerts. The resolution was laid over to permit a full nml free debate everywhe...

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

THE HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY. MARCH .3, 1894. r ODDS AND ENDS. Contnittnent h hntnril wrnlthi luxury Ii nrtlllciiil iovcrly. Sucrnte. During four renturlei only 6,0(0 tnns of Kohl lmve lieen irotlnrtil In tliu world. Tlie rnon thnt rich men lmvo no many friend h thnt tlicy nro capital fi-llonn. Dou't worry nliout Hie past. Tho future Is nn unmarked Mucklionril, anil you hold the clinlU. Tho motto of n liusliH'ai man In Erie county, N. Y., K "All UiIuk conm to liltn who IiuhIIch while lin waits." A lcni exposed to the miii'.i ray In nu optician's window freiiieiilly net as n burning glai before being noticed. Tim making of luclfcr mutches Is nutate monopoly In Trance, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, ltouuianin and Servla. A largo part of the average linckman's hucccm W doubtless due to hli Knuwlng henv to take people llulTalo Courier. Tour state prisons tboo of Connecti cut, .Mtcblgan, Montana and Washington e deprivation of religious privileges as a punishment. The Cathedral of Notro D...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 March 1894

J- . " If 1(111 "5iytfm" E HAWAII AN J "IHIUl. J J I'lI'M" A .MII.VI II J IN AIIVAMJIk, f VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, Wli DNIiSDA V Ii VEXING MARCH 14. is.,, NO. 29s t"l " J UVIIUV ACIIIIINOUN ; 1 If"! ; dxuim't -.umiav. aJLa LJn . J f ' ' It" 01WC1AL MIIKCTORY. -'rfOi'.s'o.v.t.t, miyimxMi'.XT nv tiik JIAWA11AX lSLAXDS. IIxncutivK Council 8. 11. Polo, President nf tho Provisional Oov- erameat of tliu Hawaiian Islands. F. M. Ilatcli. Minister of Forelun Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of tlin Interior. S. M. tUrnon, Mlntstcrof Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-Ucneral. AnvisniiY L'duaciu V. C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Pro Man bI Government nf the Hawaiian iRlands. Cecil llrown, K. I), lenney, John Nott, , C. Hollo, John Kna. W. If. Allen, Tnmes V. .Morgan, Itenrr Waterhonse, HiLSuhr, A.Yonnir. J. 1', Mcndonca, '. 11. Smith, John Kinineluth. C. T. ltodgers, tfecrefary- Executive and Ad visory Council. Sui'itr.ME Cot'ltT. Hun. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. It. P. Illckcrton, F...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAK, VBDKESDA MAUCIt iy il-o. 311111 Hawaiian Star, I'Ulll.lSIIBI) MVMNY ArtHNNCON HXC8PT SUNDAY UY HIH HAWAIIAN STAK NHWSI'A t'RR ASSOCIATION, LtJ. WAI.1HU O. HMtTII. UHOHMK MANIHIX, MuniscHnr IWItor, l'ltMlm-M Mtsrtisfrr. IHtlHCIlIITIOM IIATBS;,. 1'cl Vir In Advance, I'M Montli In Advnnre, -FoirlKii, lwr Ymr In Advance, - .Ao 1CW AIlVltllTWNO iiatks: Hate lor trnnstent nnd rotrularndvertlsliw mil tw obieltied nl the publication oltlee. Towottre pmmlit Insertion ill advertise ments mint be delivered at the Itulni's Oillee before 1 p. m. WEDNESDAY, - MAUCH H, 1801. IMPOSING ON THE NATIVES It appears that the native papers have the idea that, if thc United States Government shall leave Madame Dominis in thc lurch, a successful appeal for aid may be made to England and Ifrance under the terms of the Hawaiian treaty signed by those powers in 1843. Their point is that thc treaty binds England and Prance to pre serve the independence of the 111011 archy. To learn the absurd...

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. — 14 March 1894

Til K HAWAIIAN STAR, WttDSJiSSDAY. MARCH.. 14. 1894. 3 IS 'I'll I? Pnitvnil Vl'ntlniitinm Hill lMI'IIHT.tlT MliAHtllllN .Will III III) I'.fullll lll'IIN, IliuiCi-rmi. IVi " ,ttt .tliii-iiiliiiriit. In li Oflit-pil -f'fiiitfiillnti-Ctlilhpvn Ili-pUlnitliiii. A regular weiddy iihtIIiik of t lie Kxuciitlvu Advisory Councils will liu lir-ld at lliu Uiipltul to-morrow nfler noun. Two niuniutoH which liavo In-1 tnry tiled mill htlil the attention of the i "Ion ami liuhllcniuou tho calendar. A cotinlu Arm' "nJ N,IVJ' USUI, AMI AMI AMIllllO.t. A llrlluti lriiHMin a Ntmil l,rnHiit Ilimnlt Itt-n-rii'il 'In, liMTult Suit I 1 think your mulcts will Ihi Intcii'Mi-d In an extract from an nrllohi In the A'orfi Amtrinxn I'evtcie for Dili inoiith hy Major .Sir UeorKe 8. Clarke. K. 0. M. (I. llio urtlelo ii en titled "A Naval Onion With tlreat Ilritiiin," anil tho writer highly recom mends a naval Imikiiu of tinned neutral ity hetween the United States and (Ireat Hiltiiln. This Kngllslnnnn has served...

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 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN iftVAK WliDNESDA Y. MARCH ,4. 1894. 4 $ftrRirtxa this city. HOW TM1 TURK"! OVIBRAN THS WAULS OF CONSTANTINOPLE. Tin- llniirMir 'iiiltiiillii, Midi llnrrl) 4,000 )trn, llnlilliiir two Jliintln Acl"l Hin Uil Army t Mnliuiiiinril. (Inllmil DfmMmkI llirolr llnilli. CX)p)rlht. WW, ) Amrrlciin Prww Anwta. lion. Hook tihtti'reil.l OT Greek met Urwk, lint Tittk iin't Oreek in llmt ililH-mli tiur, of wnr when I hn em pire of the lint rmitniitluo ml the lioly city of l oo t 1111 1 InopUi rir mertlirnwn by tliu MtHim - lilirtli of Pultun i Moliniiinicil II Mohammed, the I lu'i inpitc " an in IU di-f-linr, lint It nitbful aillu'iriits Miore tbnt lis ilt'iitli phonM glorious m tt life liml bwn nolilc Mid Brand. XtyniDtluui (tlic ancient name for the mtm) had Ktood an u light t the world throughout the dark nge "lieu Homo vrai but a sty liorelti wallow ed barlMt Inn Ignorance and brutality. Hut the vct-pter bad IKisscd back to Home, tbo feut ofiwc vlvitl Latin civilization. Only tbo ...

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 March 1894

HHBMi aaaaHaaagH-aM w y T T A . zx THE HA Aft . 1 I t- in .wmN(iii. ' " - I III i t V'Mlt i . .X . M. v .IK. UJh MMUM OA sat U1 r4 -VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TIIUKSDAV EVENING MARCH I;, 1.H94 NO. 296 Si ' - Pay. f Mon .... 12, , , , Tun.... 11 .- A - Wed .... M Thur.... IS Krl . Id Sat 17 Sun 's l - i , I I ,- I ct i k - 1 . The Hawaiian Star. PUUL13HKU EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY HY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WAl.TKlt (J. SMITH, Mnnnglng Killtor. NKOIUIK MAN SON', Utnlnoss Malinger. .MinXOIlOI.OtllOAI. Ill-X'OllII. Ily tli downline lit isurwy, I'ulillslicil Kwrv Monttny. 1 oun. Mun Tile. W'd Thu Frl. i S0.3'. Haul .KU :ie. to n.0.1 K-NE SB NK KB NK II U.U1 MM n u.cr! m.i'i n o.iw S 30.24':1U.1J 7. 0 a 1 7.-n-i- i' :) 20 :i U' oilauii.io.o.'il N-NK Hat. 74 0.01! Mi llaromctcr corrected for temperature nml elevation but not for latitude. Titles, Hun tint! Menu, 0 Wl . 3 El 1 a.m. p in. R.m, p.m. 0.11 8J1I o";'ii H.tri 11.101 0.1 II 11.0s l-li 1.21 s.a) ...

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 March 1894

"THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY. MARCH 1 5 1804 Vim Hawaiian Star. I-UHMSHBD EVERY AFTBKNOON KXCKPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAK NBVVSPA. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. rt'At.TllK U. SMITH. MatiHdlim Alitor, MKOKOK JtANHOS, DimIimm Malinger. BmiSCnlltlOX HAThS. I'ei Your In Advance, - t'er Mpnth In Advance, - - (on-Urn, per Year in Advance, - - lO.OO ADVEHTISINO llATBSi Kale lor transient ntid regular advertWnK can bo obtnlned nt llio publication olllce. Tosecuro prompt lnrtlon nil advertise ment must ho delivered at tho UuMnew Oillce before 1 1. m. THURSDAY, - MAltL'lI 15, lbW. HARD TIMES IN AMERICA. The host of the unemployed in the United States has now become so large as to be a serious menace to the peace in all the leading cities. San lfrancisco is said to have 15,000 of this class and the metropolitan district on New York bay has hardly less than half a million. The whole grand army of tramps is greater than was the grand army of Napoleon and as times grow harder for it and as the spec ta...

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 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY. MARCH, 15, 1894. IN A DATH I'ALM GllOVK. 1111: Mount. uiJiiiiva hospital ami its (10011 rr.ATt'iii:-.. (.urge Hint Airy Hmom-Care r tntlfiit riiuttilcrs nuil llrlprt-s -.MiUiukc 111 II t ittnl XfM-il. The (Jitc'il's hopllal figures promi nently In all iiii'iitkm of the Hands. In tin) famous and widely circulated "Vistas of Ituiuiltilii" thu date palm avenue of the institution is the tnot notable mid attractive view. No vicit to tlio Inlands ii thorough without a call at tin! hospital. Its grounds nil1 tropica) in every appearand'. As a feature in the march of Hawaiian progress it stands unrivalled. As a refuge for the ailing it is n goal of rest and hope. Such is its repu tation that tho ordinary dread of hospital life lias no place in Us consideration. It has come to be thought the natural home for those requiring medical treat ment. Its broad, tree-lined avenues, its hedges, shady milks, vide lanais, with sun or shadow, its spacious rooms, ample corrid...

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 March 1894

THK HAWAIIAN STAR TMHiSDA V. MARCH K ifcu, - - . . 7 lb ' r 8PRIN FAC-!U3 FROM ALL THE NA TIONS OF THE EARTH. Many Nnvcltlt'A l'rom llfinnti IMnrrN. lliipa.ickllig la a New und llamlaiHiif llres Material The l'limfure Gmm m rrpah favorite (lurniimU l'cirdlrU. tCopyrlglit, 1C04, by American lrBB Asaorltt Hon. The wants of womankind nro ninny nnd furled If ono can jmlctf by tlio supply. There Iv no country, however remote nnil ravnuc that does not yield tribute. Them nte wool ni Innile of Thibet nml Autrcillan fleece, there lire inolmlM made from "ienl mo," im one enthnilavtlc nalrsmitii wild, nml there nre others made from tlio crubby luckn, from the ugly whiskers which the camel vv tors oil his lont; neck Instead of his chin, where they ought to grow, aud there nro KrillXO HARVESTS KOIl UIKLS. silky fabricsof llama halrand minora goats. Reside all these we have fabrics nmde of woven down from elder ducks and swans' breasts. We see "llks from all sorts of lands, each hearing some dis...

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 March 1894

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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 March 1894

Wm T, piny - -- THE HAWAIIAN STAN, FRIDAY, MARCH rt l9g4. r iff- i Itim Hawaiian Star.VS M COAST. lMttMIIHt) HVMT ACTBHNMN Hitoarr svnmay i!7 TH M HAWAIIAN STAB NHWSPA. fHlft ASSOCIATION, LM. MlttlMttl Mltor. jlirOM)N MA.SWR. RumeHtiTioK hath. l'ci Vcnr In Ativnee, - i'.pcr Month Hi Advance, - rHic4ti, per Year lit Attmiie-c - le.oo AtlVKHTHtMO iiatbh: Italw lor tnilml nml reunlarmtvwttehts mn be obtained 1 the jMibllcntloii olllee. 'l'Ofeeara prompt lnertlon all ndvertte tntit mint be delivered at the Huti)tf Olllee before 1 p. in. PHIDAY, MAV.C1I 10, 1SU1. Tint Dangerous Persons Act has besn IrIiI away in bullae. Tins "barbarous custom of duel ing " in Kentucky, which gives the Bulletin concern, has about as much to ilo with the Christian civilization of the United States as the barbar ous custom of kahunaisiu in Kahoo lawe has with the general tone of public sentiment in the Hawaiian Islands. Mu. Kmmkluth was right in advocating an increase in the num ber of the members of the co...

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