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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 16 March 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, MARCH, t3, 'i'm. 3 r ABOUT LOCAL POLITICS. THIS ASIIilttOAN UMO.V 1'AlllY 1IAVINO A 111(1 1IOO.M. is Two HttiiliK Clllln-T Mure fur To-mrrmv Nlitlit -Null- tin Si-vi-rul Ciiutliti; M.M'tlnir. '11311! AMI MONi;V. ISTIUKIi OK' MAXA JAPS. 11,'lcjiiitfl ! 1 IS c:it I ! ' 1- Ontti-Wlll Jiij,4 Voir Following Is tho coiixtitiitloii nnd con I'lusloii of the Conncllii report from ycstprilny's paper! Mr. Allen moved that the law requlro it residence of threo jenm for inemlier drip 111 the. cimstitutlounl eonveiillon Intend of ono enr. Curried, Mr. Allen sum that such u citizenship wns necensnry to have a knowledge of the Two more dNtrlct vluln of tho Amer ican Union l'urty were orgnnlzcd Inst lit Klit. The voters of tho Fourth Dis trict met t Annexiitioii Unit, nnd tho l'ortugueflo citizens Of the Second Dis trict gathered nt thu American League hall. In tho Fourth DUtiict tho meeting was called to order by J. Walter Jones, of tho temporary central committee of I wa...

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

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR FRIDAY. MARCH 16, 1894 i ? , i fc, $ CHILDREN'S SAYINGS Little Mary linn nlwayi boon devoted to hor Aunt Mity ami prays for Iht each night IfinK ami frvently. One tiny, however, liurftiK n vtult nt lirr mint's, tho child did something wrung nnd lintl ti lie ptmMied. vhn evcnlnK citmo and sho knelt, at her - iota's knew to say her praycre, It wat ev. ' dent that the sore spot was there Mill. "Blow papa and inaintna," began the child ish voice, and then there wan an omlnoui silence, after which the prayer was con cluded with no reference to Aunt May. "Xow," remarked Ml Four year old, vlth IlahlniJ eyes, at ho roe to her feet, "what do you think of that for a prayer?" Howard T., who lint Uveil all hit short life In a city, was taken recently to visit at a "real farm." The child was In ecstasies. Every animal on the place was a delight to Mm, but his nITectlous especially centered about n Jersey calf. "I would llkotolmy It," he mid to tho owner. "Hut what would you rIv...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 March 1894

HAW VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAV EVENING MARCH i". i9 NO. 998 IK- (k 4 A. The Hawaiian Star. i'uulisiied every afternoon except sunday uy tub Hawaiian star nkwspa. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. tVAl.TKK O. HMITll. Managing Killtor. UKillUlU MANSOV, lSnslncss Mnnngoi. .mi:ti:oii(M.o(Ik:a lti:('l)ltl. lly I'" (Internment Niirw), i:cry Miiniliiv ulillslied IIAItllM. TIIKIt. 5- 2 51 2" M IS. ruin. Mim Tun. VM Tllll Krl. Sat- must :n."i 30.1 TAII.OI1 TIKI 01' i:-nk NK :1 fialjr 7.1 ll.l'.l, 11 0.(1.1 o a", 7SO-S5 "I 0.0l 4 NK NH T'nd.s.M.M.iii s,:io.2l :u;l pI.hi 'JO a i.in "i 4 Hi SB HI fiN-NK C7l Si NK Ol'.TO. 1 1 .!0.(l.- llarometer correclcil for tenqieratiire and elcvntlnu but lint for latitude. Tides, Him find Jllonu. 4 i F Mon.... 12 11.31 Tiles.... I I, Wed .... 14 0-31 Thur.... IV 1-34 Krl Id 2..-S7 Snt 17 .:il Sun 4V.il as- . ; i- 'a.m. n 111. a.m. p.m. 8.10 11.20 10.3 1 n.ll 3J1" 1.0.1 I.2U 7.00 .ai 0 Oil tt.at (1.10 441. r mi! h.i it o.io; n.os 6.10 ii.os II ( 20 s.so ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 March 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY MARCH (i'n Hawaiian Star. itIrtl.tSHBO HVKMY ArT8WXH " ' HXBHrT SUNMAV $11? tllB HAWAIIAN STAR NKWt'A. 'BR AMO0IAT1ON, Ltd. nVAII HR U. Hlimt, MunimtHB lMltar. IWIMCMltTIOM HATH. i'w Vnr In AiiviwMW. - - - - Pel Mplltll 111 AllVHIHV, - - - 'h Ui ("fan, Ir Ymf In ArtTOii.- - !.' AtlVKIITIStNtJ hatw: ItrtlM lor tmmwil "l rtrularmlfrttlng mn bo nbtnlnwl nl tho publication olllw. 'l'OMeure prompt Insertion all navertlw MMtt mint I delivered sltlio BuMne UtllM before ll. the very Wnat, ttitttdc of t be wUlUdly nix hr &va- o. She it, at urcd by the Mr. ClcvriMM m1 ptonptiy gntmetit If tt cn get it mmimt Urily rctrttl by ny ottwtr M than hK The attitude of the Washington wltuinlstrnloti mid of its Milliliter here ctttnlnly cannot becmwMtred frietnUy, or other than in some degree menacing until official notification i given that the late effort to restore the c.vQueen Is definitely abandoned. There is a truce between Mr. Willis and 'resident Dole, but peace h...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 17 March 1894

IM10M MORGANS IMPORT. IIII.VI'l lilt III' A ltlltlAtlK.11f.lt S1A1II r.ll'ltll. It i Telia nr Intrrvli'ii. Willi IIImv limit unit llrliiiin - Hhiiii ii'lllltK Coiirlii.liui., W.lll.tlKi: IJllfltlM'IIMIIIMIIL IIiiImIiiIiiiiii nt. -Ilr. Ilrrltntlli .tiirrcl. Hint '.tfiilliir Alicnl Ilnili.. W.lU'i;f, Match II. Thu lii-xl per fortiiu'iiv of tliu YViilliikil liiltistlil will tnko I'l.iri. nt tin riliull iijf rink on Satur day, tlic Still Instant. A tinln or 1 1 1 Kiilmltil ltallroml C'oniuin.v will ho tun In I'oiiiit-i'tioii with the uliiiiv for tin TAM.1IA.NV IMIMIMI. "I PI.0'1"SAM "aN jilTSAM. The Jiri'dso hour whi'ii or tho precNo condition iimlcr which the American Minister rccoRtilzeil tho rrovlilonal (luv eminent Ii not n matter of material Importance. It vvhr hit duty, nt thu oarlliut mfo porlml, to naslst liy his recognition In tho termination or the fiitcrrc'Kiitinit so that cltlzcno of thu United Slates might ho safely remitted to tho c.uu of that Government for thu security 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. — 17 March 1894

THR HAWAIIAN tfVAlt SAT.IRDaY, MARG11 I,. 1?. WMTIC COUNTHI. f Mm brnnm. , fNHfi Iter HUM MS) Mr vly i nl brash rMkt M ts MmhiI IMn Mm ro.IKh rhymr. VMt TkM 1 but Ring an nthi-M do Aart ft. twr licrt ut miM, nrt rt DMT twri. iwllcve It rat t1glr (l heme, If )tl MM air ktollng Mrw, TStwW tarn in wllil tow Mnwotn n H iWwl Ho tMx th dM )ftrn. I npmi. Ah, lew. let's rtrwi tn that e Im eil M TnM 1 nail tin me, nH funiKt thm nwt, lite tiHnrtred yeatn (Hfn! Ptower n the May, If :.'m will uot mr me nar. wlir hrcl 1 rare what an)- one may aarr -William Canton. Rally! My! Rally? All Ionl ftuppnrtara of thi Provlloitiil tmwritiMil reaMing In the Hi OLD EARTH DIVES TED OF WATER. are rmti"atl to meet Saturday Evening, March 17, At 7:30 o'cloot; ni Hi" 1 lie lint nf the Oreiui mill Tlii'lr l'rrilllar 'uriimtiiii. If we could mirvey our liloho illvpMeil of the vmt volutin' of leu mill water time rov. tin no much of Its Httifnri', It. would ho nl tira-t like liehiihliiin another worlil. It Would li...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 March 1894

HAWAII AM STAR. EMB 1 mTXTp dhni rdSna9 ')iii.isiii:ii KVllllY Al TDIINOON r.xdiirr mi.niiaV. VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS MONO 299 i - The Hawaiian Star. 1'UULtSHEU EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. iVAl.TKR O. SMITH. Mannglnir Editor. OKdltllK MANSON, Ilmlnes Manriiror. MiniMHtDI.OdlCA ItlM'llllll. II)' III.' tin-, eminent Miii'te) lltery Motldil). 1'uMMieil lltllllM, Tllt.lt. la mm. 4 30.211 R0.1J CD, 7(10.0.) Iff I 4 r,.NE Moll (I mi.2l W.IV f.'.P Til 0.01 7'' NB S :ivji w.k. ;n -50.nl c.T 4 nk .vr. rue. WM Hill T.-M.-2.ii.m.l!l OH 710.0.1, 7:i 0 NK 5-6 H,30.2I':UJ (.7 75 0 .TI 74 IN .nb 5.. n .m 20 :i i.io em Kiu-i-, m, :,'n.m-I r. Krl Snt.;oilai.lll.in.W (.Si 74 0.0111 r.7l Kl Mi I A "Hnropietcr corrected fur teniiieratti ib hikI elevation but not for latitude. Hull' mill Mimli rl El Bay. n.tn. :i-:il 4-11 p in. ft.m. p.m. Mon.... Tun.... Weil .... Thur.... Krl Sut Sim ",11.89 B.Oll 1 (1.01 K.I I 11.10 (1.(11 11.01 1.211 n.ai ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 March 1894

II i 'i i' mil tiiB nwwimB ' iiMW 1 1 1 w THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 19. 1894. B '4 .MONDAY, bTAR. t'UULISIIt'.t) UV15RY A V rhKNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY I1Y TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA I'KK ASSOCIATION, Lid. liniiln Udltor. limine! JtuliiiKor. KHIISCIIIITIO IIATI. I'ei Your In Advance, -i'cr Month In Aitvnnre, -I imcIkii, per Year in Atlvnnro, - t&oo 10.00 MAUCU 10, 1801. PHASES OF THE QUESTION. LABOR The anti-Chinese feeling on these Islands, though partially due to the fear that coolie contract intuit gration will hurt the cause of poli tical union with America, would not have become heated but for tht fact that many Chinamen ltavi gone into business and the trades. There is where the main trouble accrues. lfor every Chinese tailor, tinner, cobbler, blacksmith, rousta bout, rocer, cigar dealer, carpenter, cabinet-maker, barber and mer chant there is a distinct loss to every white man engaged in the same lines of business ; and as no white man is able to cut down his private and ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 March 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, MARCH, 19, 1894. KILO'S" mm) JI15ATKI); i-oi.iTins c.mim: a i.itim: uhction Tiiniii:. Tin- I'liuiliri I,i No I l.lUl- llir .llii!l l'l 1111k In Hit, A 111 1' 1 lean Itiihin I'lul- rorillbt'lllHH'l4 Of II ClilltfHl. UlU), March 10. 'On Saturday inoni Iiij.', March lOtli, there win n notlco written on onu of tlic hiilletin hoanW of llllo Muting that there would lo a meet lug at tho Court llotn-o on Saturday evunlnt!, thus nivliif! hut 0110 day's notlco (or a few hour) to nMMiihIo and tit talk over matters appertaining to tho IntereMs of alt who dndro good govern-, inent. None knew who the projectors of tho meeting were, hut at the hour named there wai a good reproFonlnliie ntiinher assemliled. It took pome time to (jet a gentleman who was willing to act lor tho evening as jireiddlnir ollicer. At. la.'tono accepted tho chair, who said ho was not toteil enough to act in the capacity of chairman, hut did ids best. And then no one wished to act m secretary. At 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. — 19 March 1894

tElif 4 1111'- HAWAIIAN ST AH MONDAY. MARCH 19. 1894. ' . " WONDERFUL MAGNtTIC POWERS. f5!,, 1 OoESu! ff alf ! I ,tf3v I riTTIS rtMn Allnjrt-t! hy 1 us-lr,r mi .-f Ilniuls t.y a Muiue thrtclir. lu the d-inlty of Timid hill, on n crow .'rul in Lewlstuu, llvntntiolil mini iinmcil 1'lerru Hubert (llsuere. Tliii man Inn n tdntorj- nt well in nonia marked peculiar! tin. Horn In Canada, he early enlisted In tho EuglUli army nnd wan unit an n llcuten nut to Inilln, wluro hi (niiRlit In vereral minor lelullloni. It nlrti wild of Mm tlint nliiielia wnt hruve lie linireiiwn to lie, f'ir lui wn lniin'Biialili'. This was lio doubt cant d liy tlm fact tlint bo jhw. H'ied then, at lio does now, a remarkable iver ll mpnih to lui a matfm'tir person mid can allay pain by tlio laying on of linnil viz, In- mlii Kditly tlm p.irti alleg ed, and pnln ciim for Knniutlinr, He dor not nnilcrtnml the cauw of It, Imt uea It - freely niton every occasion when bo can. Once. Iib pass, In Imlia an odlrer liloli u...

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

-r ' . ' HAWAIIAN I'Klll.lNlltll) liVllllV AI'Tlllt.SOO.V llVUIIIT Mi.Nll.tr. I'lii v tiiwi a month I.N AllV.tMlll. . VOL II. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,. TUESDAY EVENING MARCH 20. iff9 NO 299 - if-' 1 ; l ! 1 . i. V. i-..- "if . ri;,' I The Hawaiian Star. I'UULISMBD EVERY AFTBRNOON BXCEPT SUNDAY UY TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd, tVAlnm U. HMITH, MiiimkIiih Editor. IIKOKtlU MANHOK, ltuslncm Mnpngct. .iti:Ti:oit(iu)(iicAi, nixoiin. Ily tlm (Internment Snrwy, l'ulillnlivil i:cry Jlliimlny, iiakom. ; turn. a I n s a sr -: 33 g. EH f P fP.j i m n kk n: 8-1 ne "0 '4 NK 70 4 MR 7 4 t,H TO M NK-S 70i 2 ..S i ?? it, n.01 smi. Mon Tnc Wl Tliu Krl. Mnt. 11 Inn 1 1 nn ni I.10,WMI7 13.30.ir, :).'. sj.is :)( 1-Vso.is .kixii I'.nw.iiui lTlsn.iulrfn.iti 77 fl-ffl 7li ll.Udj 710.11 77 0 10 7(1 0-2 SI 0 Oil llaromeler cnnrctcil fur teiniieriituro nd elevntlon but nnt for Intittifle. Tide. Sun nml Muoit. ? 1 r r f i-" ? i 5E Br E f - " z a f r f . a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. 10 2 11) '.'.10 K...

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

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH ao. 189.,. I, I J! 1-.- B5M Tmt Hawaiian Star. I'UBU18H HY AfTMKNB-ttN HXHlT SUNDAY UV TIIM HAWAIIAN STAR NMWSI'A I'MK ASSfltATl0N, UM. w'AUvm a. HMrcti. HrWIWB XANWK, Mittimrltm Hdltnr, .Mmtwr. atnwenirTloX KATW I'm Ymr In AUvwww, - k l"or Metitli in Advntice, -Hiic4rii, )r Ymr In Advnnc. MM AIlVBHTISINO HATH: Holes lor IwnsMml nmt rejrulnriidrMilsliur ran lio otiMnatl Hi tlw rmbltastlon ollltf. ToMtnire prompt tnntton nil ndrertlst liint mint bo delivered at the lluslncs Ollltss before 1 1. in. TUKSDAY' - MAltCll 20, 18114. Till STAK'S editorial and other space is encroached upon to-day by the long election notice. Sknatoks Morgan and Turpie are Democrats of the old historic school who believe in giving the flag ail the North American stars that it can hold. Tub Royalist papers are out against Lucicn Young because of his lack of chivalry for the "lady" of the chopping block. This journal acknowledges with pleasure the cordial official endorse ment...

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. — 20 March 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY. MARCH. 20, 1894. IS THIRTY VKAltS OLD. AN I1MIIII.LII.M' (III.UIITV 1IIAT WAS UIUIAM.IIII IN I Kill. Aliu'rlriill llrlll-r I'liml -llttriirt rrntil till (Mil Olnnlar l.itlir-I'n-.i-iit Wnrlt iiihI llei-it. Clins. 11, llhhop In the cry ettrnif t president of that admirable charity, lliu Anu'rican ltctlof Fund, Most of tliu active woik fulls upon the shoulders or tliu ofllclent nml energetic secretary, T. II. Lansing. ThU society wan organized Full. 22ml, 1801, a little tnoru llinti thirty years ago. A lull account of Its trans actions for 1803, together with the rosier of olllcers for tliu current term was pub lished liy this paper lu January last. Home f n slier facts were secured from Mr. Luislng yesterday. The American ltullef Fund has on its list at present f-oveh beneficiaries. A few ot them niu peiiuanent. A number of cltizttis lime been very generous to the society, but its funds are very low even now. What Is anted is any number of mem bers who wil...

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 March 1894

TUP. HAWAIIAN STAR TUESDAY, MARCH so, iRcm. 4 Fire Proof Safes Burglar Proof Safes Steel Vaults, etc. Ituvitits obtRltiwl certain con cwmfoiHi from tlie llrrrhii; -Hull -Mum In Co., t mil now abln ttxiiot Ihrtirr on nil HwwH of Stift or vault work, nt bottom prion. Tor In t nice ?lfi will buy n wife which Ik tlioumghly Uro proof uml ilwlftned wpwinlly for Uo of Inwjers Cwdili'ts Pwtorn '. 1'iwt Minter? I)entlt . . Jlllllonalies IiO1km . Salooni flinnll MerehniitM Farmer uml particularly fur ritiullj ihc, for the protection of paper, sil ver ware ami other valuables. A Safe cvpri'Msly luailo for tilt wants of tlio many, at n price within the means of all. Dimensions of safe : (outfldeJSG inuheK high. 1(1 iuclieB wulo ami 1" Inches deep. Hody and front of safe 0'4' inches thick lUlecl with concrete fireproof material. Door has three llanes, titled up with patent combination locks. Annie iron front anil linen, bent lound and welded solid at nil corners. The body plate in continuous. Ha...

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 March 1894

' TO' "' THE HAWAXXAK STAR. 1't'iti.isii i:n i:m:uv aitciimiiin i:ci:it hUMi.vv, I'llTV CliNlM A MONTH IN AllV.tNCJK. r4 VOL 11. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY EVENING MARCH 21, 1894 NO. 300 1 r t - "if: Tin; Hawaiian Star. i'UUMSUBD EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA' PBR ASSOCIATION, Mil. tt'ALTHn U. SMITH, Mnniwlnit lMltor. UKOItUE MANHON, UuslncM llanniror. .Mi:Ti:oitii.o(iic,i, iiix'oun. Ily tlio (Internment Kurtpj', t'ulil Ih1ii1 Ktcry alomlrtj. eurt. Slon Tuo. W.I Thll Kri. 11 30.11 .10.01 r.' -nun :tin? 76 0.01 77 0-Sli 7(1 0.20 67' 8-1 70! 4 71) 4 0-1 4 MM -l! 70 2 NK Ml 13,:w.lS -KM 8 H iMjalaou l':to.is:(Mii I . 18:11.11 1"I.').13).U 7H 0.11 77 0 0.V 7 0-28 81 O.ftl! NILS i ;mi .NS I 1 Bat. I llarometer corroded for temperature, ami elevation but not for latitude. Title., him mill Moon. Day. a.m. p.m. a.m. p. m Mon .... Tiles.... Wed .... Thur.... Frl Hut Him 2.10 2.40, 11.0) 11-1)0 V0O 11.20 0.(5 5.00 3.00, 3.UI W.U0 11.01 flJM IUmi 0-41 7.:m...

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 March 1894

si. K THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2t. 1894, V d'im Hawaiian Star. 1 PUBLISHED BVKRY AFTURNOON EXCKPT SUNDAY BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NBWhl'A. PBR ASSOCIATION 1 Ltd. (C'AIrER U. BMtTlt. Manaalna I-Mltor, 4' ftt-HllttiB MANSOX. Uuiliio -MHimiser. HiinHciiima!) hates. Vtt Yir In Adtam-c, - - M-00 icr Month In Advnuco, - -GO Iffe'. torelKii, por Ymr in Ailvnnco, - - lO.Wi g!" aiiVeiitimmi iiaths: ,T'" illnlM lor tmnMont nml roKuliirnclvej-tMns iV m Ixi obtained nl the ubllwUon ollloe. k ' Tolwure prompt iiiwttlun nil ndveilli.0- niont mint bo delivered atilm HuMiie ' ' UIHco before 1 p. in. MAltUlI 21, 1S9I. Thk Nntick Ciliun is now giv ing comfort to the Royalists. Time was when the New York Herald, farmer's M eekly and journals ol that class were available, hut the have long since dropped the Dotni- nis cause as they would a liot iron.' It remains wholly to the Xattck Cititen, wherever and whatever that may be, anil the Slab City Roarer. and the Canasawncta Clam to exalt the horn ...

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. — 21 March 1894

$B TITHES?" CTP'. ' 7?" THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY. MARCH, 2t, 1894. V 0 i " fife uss GOOD WORK NEGLECTED. Tim tiioiiiii.i: with Tim iu;iii:,VLr )! INI Olt.MATIO.N. History of nil Inatllutliill AVIilili llfgnt. Well Hut lured III it Tlnm Weill AlmiK. KiiiToit Smu: After the obituary noti ces of I lio Itnreuii of Information ap pearing in late loral paper?, n brief liot?ruliy might lo In order. Tlic llureau was (darted with great "eclat" uhd lots of free newspaper puffs, about September, 1892, with Wm. (I. Irwin, president; John F.iiu, viee-presl-dent; L. A. Thur.toii, Bocrctury; II. M. van Holt, treasurer; '(.'has. L. Carter, auditor and Dr. Trouoau and J. 11. JIo?u with llii- above! forming a board of dlrcctorc Starting thu llureuti and ar- ranging preliminaries had hardly go1 fairly under way when thu levolutiou of January 18911 occurred. (It is nuppoed that tin , .! , , T. " i1."1.'.'" .by this llureau to assist itH efforts In adver tising thu country and making it well known.)...

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 March 1894

4 Fire Proof Safes Burglar Proof Safes Steel Vaults, etc. Having obtained curtain con cessions from tho llpirliiR-lliill -lnr In !'. 1 am now nlitn tniiuolo figures on nil clastes of Safin or Vnnlt work, at bottom pi ices. For in stance if 15 will buy a afo winch is thoroughly llro proof and designed especially for uso of Lawyers i Caslilois Doctors '. Post Master Dentists . . Mlllionalies Lodges .J Saloons Small MerclinntH Farmers and rarticularly for for tbe protection of papers, sil ver ware and other valuables. A Safe expressly made for the wants ot tho many, nt n price within the means of all. Dimensions of Biife: 'outside) 20 inches hli.ti 1(1 Indies wide and 17 inches deep. Hody and front of wife 8$ inches thick tilled with concrete llreproof material. Door has three Itanges, fitted up with patent combination locks. Anglo Iron front and Viacit, bent round and welded Bolld nt all corners. Tbe liody plate is continuous. Has as teel ease box, one drawer, pigeon bole, and place f...

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. — 22 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. — 22 March 1894

rwn Hawaiian . 14 aw amah SrAt.l VHKMMMI kMt .. A. - . mTn. MANSOft. tl i Wr MHnml at tm tip. m. TRtfllMUY, MAMCH m, mm. SUANDBK OP TUB "POIT." ; YkMt u i.nouut ,-er iti ...ui-i. t, ... JHMd ao muck that ia fate about nr hat mmJ ludvfanaitila I . Hbits againat the Reform cause and Its iwdarti with more obstinacy than ttic New York Swing Pest, The m&Hiant it heanl of the annexation tuovatuent it declared, hi its (tfttdra way, that the sugar men, lad by CUiis Spreckels, had in spired the new dejwrture in the hope of getting the bounty, and it held to that absurd idea until Spreck ole himtelf came out for restoration. It did no good to inform the Post meanwhile that the sugar men, jf they wanted the bounty "badly enough to fight for it, would have .bogun the battle when the political Signs were right in America, and not after an election which had been won by a party that was op posed to the bounty altogether. Against the impregnable logic of this rejoinder the Post merely set its ...

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