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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 14 April 1894

ffit I it II I lif . i i , i.? OHA It 1 I Mi I I l 1 1 I I 0 OIIUM T.IK 1'AI.TY I'lfKMAlUKS liijl.ti ur Mimr tc m.i.iut KI.SVII.STIII.N (U.Mllll,1l. Ilnrlimiilmio I1iii In lif .rrmlit nml llilril-I'mlfKln .Mil- In Hip I'rlil ml (,'iinnnlllrr. First District Thou. J, King, third Iistrlct-A. (I. JI. Itobcitson, Fourth District U 0. Able. Fifth District Albert Kiinulaken. Adorn Is the rvnult so fur of llio American Union Constitutional Con. vontlon primaries liclJ hist ovenlng, Tliu Second llotiolulii District failed to nominate, adjourning to Monday even ing. Volcra out of (own are to hold their primaries to-night. In the First District there was no opposition to T. J. King. I'rof. W. D. Alexander liad been mentioned but was retired on account of being n (Jorern inent olllclal. F. J. Iioivry was men. tloned but declined In fnvor of Mr. King. In tho Second there, was a serious squabble. TJio difference arose from tlio teonlnr club announcing that- only voters who had registered could 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. — 14 April 1894

ftnnAV, APRIL u a. PROCLAMATION. lMATMIttT or ltrT1imi. Hu1KH.I'Lt , Marrh. l. I U M1n with Ihr 1 1 f Art H W Ikt of Dm t4MfagMMtUM "As Ad M WHO WHtlmml CiMVMHtM, Iwrrby given that Ktactiew fcrtfei- tM CoMUtvtfcwal CMvwrtlon I Iw htM lltroturtHMtt Um UImiIi, b- iVvW llw kmin of 8 o'clock . m. atMl J. MtiMlc p.m, an WmlnaKlajr, th t& tiny fit, 1894. IteU, leU(M PUtcw nml InapNtor of FOR ISLAND Or HAWAII. nmn momicT mot mm. CoMntMtu f lmro hihI nit HI In MMitli lif tltt Wtt f 1'nttlluw Ouicli. Wrt Prdrt-- That pmtioii of Puns tijmlliiK from Kati In and Intituling KttMtM. PotHiiK piece: Kalapmw School Home. IitMcctim: R. A. Lyman, Chairman, It. R. Rycroft S. II. lUalieo. Hk Product That portion ofl'iuia Kiflttiiir from Kehetia to the llilo .lkHimkry, excepting Kenan nml Otaa. Pelting place: Polioiki Court Howe. . Imtpectors: J. 12. Hhlart, Chairman, Robert Rycroft, Dtil Nape, Third Preciuct The lands of Keaatt and Olaa, in 1'una, and that portion of llilo extenditi; from the bounda...

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 April 1894

- opS. THE HAWAIIAN STAB. utiin.iitiim J !ittilt ttfiiHiSTttiS HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. MONDAY liVUNINO, AIMU1, .ft. 1X94. VOL 111. MO. 1; 1 p?! . 5k IK , Fins Hawaiian Star, l'UIllilSIIKi) BVHUV AFTKRNOON ttXCUPT SUNDAY UV THIS HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSPAi I't'K ASSOttATION, Lid. RMIWCIltrTIOM MATUk I'm Yenr In AdmHcc, - - - - 1-00 Par Month In AUthoo., - roirlgii, it Year In Advance. - - U.Ofi AliVRUTI.UNU HATBH! ItntM lor transient and rastlilarnrtwrllslng ran Ik) obtained l the publication olllr, -1'nteouro prompt lnawtlon nil ndvertlse mouls must be delivered ntlhe llusliiess Olllce before 1 p. in. Minr.OIUII.Olllj,M IlKCIIIlll. lly the llowriiiiicnl Mice), I'ulillslieil lllerv -Monilnr. IIAIIOM. I THill. g a. i m n, F 1 S IISJ- . Bllll. .Mull Tno. WM Tliu 1-ri . .11. l 1X1.(1-1 HJjll.t n hi 0.02 MILI4 JUOS ,1U 7a o.Di wo.iu 11! tinno.un 1.10 Hat. I l.Hi,wiu.ie 10.12 :u.(i 7l0.Ulil barometer corrected fur temperature unit elevation but not for Intltmle. Tides, Mm mill Slnoli, Day. E...

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 April 1894

L28 - L ' aMtfHftfiifr fm VImtamaw Eta NEW QOOD8! NEW ,QOOD3l ! , V. I I . 'I n, hto MM t 4attvarM MUM -4-tHw Hit r I p. n. APRIL M, MM. K Una. April . The ttauii lu Clinton im BIwMdt Mnr JMKfM MoMltu rnarvatkm which 4tk-n the Wto of ill twUac hetwwm IwiNgtuui urn Amten. Tiw lUtt have rvfuav.1 to take n pan in iW lie Pruviniona! MovwiiMont ortn iawd by the N'icwrayun MInMer o( I.ign Aflir. Jn-e Maria Martii. who In in BliH lieWf to wttlv the tumplicav. tfcm. A oonfwatiw wh Mil lwlwefi Mairlt and Uie HrltWi GommiI m to tlx tgauta4iit of a l'roviMtmal (iovwn HMMit. at which it ww agreed Uial then1 hotild be a council conktin (if Kevt-n HMmhami two Anwricatw, Ripeitited by tlw Amwtoavn UhwiiI, two NieuragtiRiM. am Kturliahman, tine Mutapiito Indian ami one craoUt. TliU ouiiuoll was to Itate ottntrol of looul nlfiilrs under the fnvoiilitnc- of a commissioner up imlnttxl by the Uoverimient of Nieura HUH, who hud the rit;lit of veto. The aytvuniutlt nlo provided for the contiii umiee of E...

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. — 16 April 1894

mt mvmusx mm, stjjfe tj&MffiK mlti rounns.. 1 I VVItMWM Wl M. II. Mfst. Will IDH.it. With (UHlM.lfciU Phmh Ibi" Ai IMIn-Hli RttUA, ItMMl, A rHI II. A (rasUy Mlat ( U IImIIi AMKWstlon Hub Ml M ffanlfe I wit TWrt&iy a!, flrtl ll l t wm In rll mml liy IMMtlHUin at UitMcllvaoiii!HlllM M tin MM at the pmsWnil a wl other IflWfttM o( the dull, for th ihtw of P Mlig italrptM to fltUtid the iiriitmry MOTMItott t Mime tit follow-In day. 11m Hiwtln m culled l order by the incident, Mr. William llUimlnlt, who briefly stat4 the object of tin (jHtlior I MR a alww. Whereupon Mr. Ueorgu II. Falfchlld, (lie eluh seerotnry, look the floor ami stated that the liKfllnn wan illnal aa lm had nut been oousulted In Uic matter und tliMt before I lie meet Inn proceed with any further btttlnuM hu would like tu have the Kealla An liujcMtlon Club illtUtiiileil, giving n hi rontons (hut annexation win thud mid burled liuyimil resurrection, nml Ihnt he, ni nn olllecr of the club, would like to lie let out...

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 April 1894

p , smjuxwut pp. Mowtv. uwa. i. ii ..i;;r ' f B-e X?r ' sdSgfSSSfesfea .SBSfi ! Plantation Supplies, i P""""" 111,111 - 1 fiMMM m .iwTtw f'rTL! 'T.r .rTS!.!S i2Lh"2,11.. ttlTtUSLJSJT t r ,w mmmmmim " U4 n pHMw awt h tram .77,1" j v. 1 . J L ,T,h. JSm . ? MM. aMKM la turn mt , !" , . , (ntontun 1 fee rtinlr. ta bra WK. " TV, , . ? ,i ,TTr. i - Uit to (MX MrMf n)Ma t bmImmi mm rtoMa Milk IflM tltM,Hl It i 1 to MtMIW that i iwrilr 1 I ml Doll) Vatdrti bMM . MW In wim ititann olmulMM MH.-llny hit of aarrr nuiKlla Willi tf M trltuiBlnii Thriv i I Kin tnuft lacr IrlOMnwI. mm o( bin t..w i worn nl t.f Ukiot i rxla bMi m win. mlir upon Uwb 1 1 IVKMW ru FOB cn (, i.AlitEd eat thing" and datv tb ret to follow Two Cany ladtm nvo wore powilrml hair lal , and it was certainly bncominy. The tawrder Hire a certain mttnr totbefea- laraa tbat 1 veri pleanlUK, and. curloualy oioukIi, it U becominK to alt eotnplaxloii, 1 bad Intended to rpeak more of toinfl awtuiui tbat aiv not quite uch startling lao...

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 April 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAB. J immintftiti J I IIMBI AflfllfiSmTS J Ml d,aai i " m I' wi in. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS TUiSUA. UVUNINO. AI'KII. u, it f ) , Jliii. Hawaiian Star. I'UllLISllHl) VBfY AfTBRNOON KXbHI'T BUNOAY i'MV Tlltt HAWAIIAN STAR NKWafA. I'HR A8S0MAT1ON, Ltd. aglwetlllTtem RATI. Wi Vear hi AdvMMa, - I'M Mntli hi AiIvrwo, - - Nitllts, per Vmr In Advance, - fS.00 . li.uo AtlVBMTHISKl natwi: IUIm lor trwirtwl and rogulsrndmtlslng c.i u tw obtained al llio imhlloulloii nlB. Ttmwnn prrnnpt Inaetllon nil wlvertlsa lHoHs iHt Im Wlvl Btthe Business UMIfo bfora 1 p. m. .MIIll'.OIllll.OIIIUAI. lll;C(llll. My lliu llHriiiiiriil Himej-, VulilUlieil IImtv lliiiilay iiaTTiS."! tuBr. 2 S I I i r 8-fll Ml ft Ml 7 KB 3 6 m: .1 M! SSis; 8km uwitn lll.'Ol 701 US 8 .U.ttl, Ml 70 1)1 fifl VN Tliti Krl. Mat. nrn.iioi m Bl'J.lH 75 7M M 77KI.01I 70 ton .17 ft til Mil mil nil Barometer corrected for tcmiierature nml delation ltit not lor latitude. Title. Mill Hllll .Moon 3. T r sr I n '.11 u.m. 16 1....

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 April 1894

tit MltlMHMMM WIuN MkmwMi all drtli M 41 mm tMlvmd BMhuw m em mm ii m jttMKlAY. APBII. IT, MM. tfUttVtUMS A HIM.. .MR, mmmmmmmm. It AMUR, mi urn MM. ... . UK MtMk whk David B. Hill rtttn Made In die Senate wn jQnwtr Oewlawl (UU owe of the JtMttaa of a long Mry of strife JiaMH u man Mrka tiTamr fMHit at the aame time, upon itfct Mnc ticket and by virtue of illk dceuinatances. In i8o tteithet imi known beond the hedgerows if hi own small parish. CleveUna .was a cUireu of Buffalo, New York, ml was a lawyer of such moderate tmctice that be had found it ad- vwitgotis to take the oltice ot Sheriff. Wholly without political influence he was not even given a Seat with the Democratic city nota ble upon the platforms which tilt orators of his party occupied in lluffirto from week to week in the fall of 1880 while they advocated the cause of Hancock and English in the national hustings. To speak of Grover Cleveland then was to name a man whom few could call to mind outside the geographical lin...

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 April 1894

'7 MflMNI smmm mm JIma star 14 Mw taMn r llUff MMl NgM4 M Wl M BlUtH- mttrt. 1 1 49 HHli-B tfcl WSMIM on tht wswUeimiT n pistil wry ,ef lit f tit MAMMrf A tat M utioiliint oh IfriW ai ItM Umm In oowinMXtwi vrlth iKMiMlraM In tliojuo- mi,. tt thi,(Tiilr wm I tWtHtaml fM and f.th.r.. TH.rBn,p,J "M"i- " ii.ssm.rw .or ... .te. tla. mr- .r l,.ri.f.Utllliroilgli elemwliic of Hie .UKrtii city Tlita mark iif appi-wolatioti niniini; mi it dlil fltxii tlie illfo of till Inlnml, larftt'i' llnwullmi, liwt volem thn tonti inmit of th iwliv lliiwiiliHim in their rwpinl fur tliu wImIuiii of tliu olmuu tlmt vm tiMilo in MiioliiliHit Mr. llltoli-1 ootlk fM Mnnilial, ami t j pillw ttio fnvl t Imt thtra (ixints no cliami liutwcfii llio lhiwilian nml tliu llRiilf, but wlmt i'nii lio lirMKwt over by tlm oxvruiso of 11111UK1I forlriMico nnd troixl w III- Tliu llamillon of Imlay in as full of alolia for llio old "mekiins" nml tlip honsof tin "nnilaias" ns uvt-i lit' wan in tliu happy p.iBt bt'foru tliu 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. — 17 April 1894

'mat M tMi l n war' r M tMi l naMfr ft war' w ihswh. f. M. SMtf , MM Hf 1 Flruitatiion Supplies, MILLINERY V tBilWI W tTll MNH l4BSJStW iWHW r HMtH AMI BSSUlSII. at nMit mriMii ICsSffttjM. UK.1 JBMwtiMWiiwilwMliwliMwra tgflwB tturt ob wMcfc HoMtafo Hwt fit In my 4irl Yw. tthmttr "taw, fer w tad Rattt doss to imxtat the Mgtit Hh alty wru not jwwUy atmr 111 i t dr light, and titan mm no ltl.n dwn m la tb tar aorta. Mil ly bad crar strained vym m4 ot Mm .t I A ptvmamiary of WmntmA imui Srf Ml, I wu told, bi-aaa Mwv arc AO eious ttimm in tlie Islands) whim pjAo J; the grand sweep of Btoaataim aw into view, Mid then, m if a tat in ft" , tuwt slid back and discluwd a jtar t aroploel soune, Hrniolaln roaa to U it. H was a perfeotiy deUhtf ul Manx worth ooaaiaff a thuaaMoa' wiles to see Tin ra waa the wual delay in grtttnft in, and we had scarcely time to ffev .lw dt hy the roy light when we Hk many people mntuiig toward the baai-jj It eemnd to tne mat uiay iu not evon check their ipeed at ...

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. — 18 April 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. i 9m mmiii .i liUNOl.Ui.U HAWAIIAN ISLAND. WKDNIMIMt HVHNIMt). AI'Kli. mM. vnn. in. sn I r I- r- r i. Rrm Hawaii aw -Snwu. WHUlSHHt) ftVUHr A 11 fcHNOOM arxaRpr mihhav 9?,tiia Hawaiian Tah HkWpa HBR AtSMtATtliN, litd, rHHMMIIIIon HATS. rI TWr hi AMM -"f MiHi W - - hntipi. r Vmr in A4iie. - M lllXi AbVuhthinu iiathsi lilM t twntitol nwl regular advertising ttn li i.hlnd ll the iblltUIm olllca, 'lis Mow t""Pt "tloH all dwrtt- HMItfr I dlVWWt ellbe TsHslllBSS tiillnbafc-ralp. in. jiitri:oii(ii.o(iii).vi. iii.uoiiii. llj- the lltisrriimiiit hnttvy, Published llerv 3l.Hi.lti). m Mn.( TO o mlooa a na 7io nil m l wm.i'i 701 79,0-101 f 701 7T'0.il 70 Blt)M'""' 1 " la Is Still. stt. lilw.ll .on M m: A ,nk 7 KK 3-r. nb .1 Mi .1 in llarmualer unreeled for tcinperatuie umi clltllltlnll bill lint for latitude. Tides, him umi Motm. HI Ii.iy. -! - si 2 5-i 11 m u. in.jp. in. 'n. in. p m. l. ! i.:ui 7 .an, 1,80! 2. o n. o s.tu Mnn ... Tucs... S.40 n.so S-lfJ, C.'JJ t.l-i 4-111 li...

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. — 18 April 1894

i Ms Atrtum, - , rm tat M amm. Urte Mare 1 1. m. eEDAY. - APRIL It, MM. TH THSATBR. WWrt MM IWCflMliM tttjMtttkM MWvivM 4m UaaiiiU( fiiirt the theater, it is plain ttMt many people of '.kt be JintlncU re befiMniag to tMk ft good ptey just m they lock a good book ud for tb mma rmson. As rule th play ia a Uouk. explained attd deliitealed, and it follows thai if the book is good the play ia likely to be so; and that the one becomes a u&eful inter preter of the other. To be sure, there are som bad plays, but this does not prove that a man ought to slop going to the theater any more than the existence of bad books is an argument against his reading. It is his business to exercise a dis criminating choice in both respects, and if he does so he will be the better for his resulting experiences. Apropos of this subject the novel suggestion has come to us that if .one must know plays let him read them rather than see them amid ' the "pernicious surroundings" of a play house. To this we mu...

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. — 18 April 1894

V I. 7 niirw m Miniiiiiiiiiii im-t.u PilMllitMIs Al'I'lMH. ii OWMWIlMlf 1 Hi Irfiln. h.i Hi llHHInWl itMI - .Miif MnMtl Hi.f IWIIt. i b a In IM Imn tar. T1n wwiiwh rirt The rfwIliM Wm Msxti o( Cnht WRUmm. lie ttM ifintMl im taak t4x jmh nfn. 1W rp wm im it rynro (mm l.lwr jWBl ie hihp Sofllli Atrturtaiti irl. lm Mh df nt mills tlio mixed rnnv Irtfot1 tlie iniwt IhmI unruly. Due night when OpOttn Vllllnm ttn (nr. m h devil it wit iltrtiiwt() rnn n lang klttftt itiln lili linrk. Tin' tilllrer fiNligonol toward lit cnliln (or it ttiujiun. liufsit ntr tint tecum! n(t luilrli mid quickly exptrel. Hit point of thfl litale Intel rrncliod 1 1 In lienrt. tl Ihi hnppiniwl nonr lliu orputtor. Tlrw nmlf took olmrgo of (ho Miip, but WM unnl.Ie to make iweo witli (lie rttiw. Tin' Oeeidentnl wait put Into n Hirl nnil the nninlerer nml two of bin ounfpderittii turned over li nil Amerienii ounttit. Tliey teio ksiiI to 81111 l'rnn ciiHW. "In Bun Qiienlln for life" U tliu iinithiiit'ilt of tliu mini w...

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. — 18 April 1894

4 WW. im .1 . ff ift iwtt btofr Mil V tt mi m vttt. our ItiftMilpftiMtowatfWHli Lftj ilM. ill H hi i. Mil imi mt Ah ISmN-tfc IttWtfM lltttMHm DM lflffMKMHr 1 !' NMH Iwlltmu l nHMH ItttMM m4 luiMinm. iAnOillhineRilniw 1In 1wiir Si BlywHli UMW-The WWfM's Otamlnt Wlliu. THt CHHIHA BOW KtNWOM. liurli llll..i-l ll4 llrn Miifr Knuif eJHMI mm m rumy Hitle thing lire iatoraMwl MMtti.it t almoot forgot King Bill. !! liMl r.icwndod tha throne (flguratirely rmtnk ic) only two months or bo before llf mi -ivttl, Kiti Uit having died wtth Mjt Inn. WiHUm I.nnaliln w Mr rafl iiuoe, 1 bvUevi, 1mt he wi gmier H c tied King Bill for abort, twl lie vtm t-e Brut monarch of IUwaii-Xei not of tbi KaMehameha stock. The ldstory e-f tfcct Una U a (Motaattug aa any in Ltlluokalanl. Queen Dunn. ICalnkaua. Katuebaiueha I. Lunaiilo. HAWAIIAN MONAIlCHS. European nnnala. Originnlly each island liad its own king, nnd eomo more than one, but about a century iigo ai'oso tho groat Kameliamcha, nnd in a scries of wonde...

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 April 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. I " (HUH Ajlumii iat .tmusrMi. J k............. ...... .4 VOL III. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY KVKNIXO. APRIL i.i. ih,. .VU. jo , frtftfk . .. a a i J nifiliiSitiiii j irtunv AitiuiMio! J HSOill'l MIND.W. ft. 1. I. - Fiiij Hawaiian Star. . .I'UUI.ISIlllI) BVURY AFTERNOON UXCEPT SUNDAY IIV TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR NBWSPA. PER ASSOCIATION, Lid. (imiTiiiiTion itATre. Pel 'car In Advance, -Per Month In Advuwo, -rotelgit, r Year In Advance. - fUX) 12.00 AUVKHTISINO HATA: Italia lor trnniilcnt and regular advertising mil lio nbtnlnod ol tho publication ollleo. 'loiHiro prompt Insertion nil advertise ment must bo delivered nl tlio ltislne (Mice before 1 P. in. Mi:Ti:oit()i,(iicAi. itixoiti). ply Ilie (lovertiment Hurt-.", rulill.liril 11 erv Mnnilny. nun. .Moll Ylle.i W.I Tim Krl . I ) 11 KH.ll :).n". loos nsi Hlin.ifli "o r.Si sio.ml r.i h 70 111. fifi A H 3 3-8 UK 3 6 MS 3 7 NK U IE i 3 sr r 3 KB l 19WU2 ).fl3l LHI.UI, fe).n30.on T.rtl 71 7II0.UI 71 7iH 1" 70 79IWB T...

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 April 1894

TIIK HAWAIIAN 3HPAR. WtfftBftAY, APRIL tij, Oft, Hawaiian Star. I'UnUisiiwh mmt ArtNHNiMH HXBHI'T fiUNDAY IIV TitH HAWAIIAM TAK NHWfePA PUR ASloaiATtbN, LM. A'Alrtl M. SMtTM. (1WMIIK MANN). MUMfHUTtaHC KAtW. I'm Vtr In Amtw, - - - inr Month In AdVRHM, - -rr(4H, If Ynf In A4wn. - teo . U.CU AllVRnTKIHIt IIATBAI MIm tr tntnalent nrul rtRtltnrnilmtWntt m t olitalnad nl tlio iHibltaHlktn eilloe. TfemMrv riiiiit lnwtlon nil Mdvrlle- X mwt br (Mlvmd lit Hi Buritiom ttaton 1 1. m. TNIMPDAY. Al'ltll, 10. 1804. CONVENTION MEMBERSHIP, i The rule that office-holders should not sit in the Constitutional Comantion ought to have been lfittl down before delegates were nami 1 in any of the Inlands. I'Vili.ig that, and in view of the fact that constituencies outside of Oahu have chosen a few office holders and given them credentials, it is obviously too late to draw the line at Judge Robertson. Fortu nately the fact that he is a man of legal parts and excellent judgment and standing will go so far 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. — 19 April 1894

OULTlJItK 01' COTTON, AN IKTIlltlKTIMI aiituii.i: I.IHUI, IIIMIIINII, WITH A rrnrtlrnt l'nier on I lit- Nature, unit l'nce nf mi Imtimlrr Wlilrli M)' Vrt I'rernll Her. Collon (uouilum), n genus of plants of tlm onlcr mntntced, Is Imllglnous to nil tropical nml sub-tropical countries. It linn liecn, by general consent, til. vlded Into and classified under Ave 'different names, each supposed to lie different species of llio plant. They nro ! O. hertKtccum, O. arborcum, O. h'rsulum, O. religiosmn nnd O. hula dense. TI10 celclirated Professor Do Candoll, however, subdivided theso Into nineteen spcelcsj nnd Dr. Koylo referred nil to eight, while SewnrU thought they might lo referred Jo one, Tlioro h, however, really hut thrco ills tinct species of cotton, the herbaceous or American, tho shrub nnd tho trco cotton, nil of tho various klnda and names of tho plantain nllpaitsof tho world flitting under one of these three heads. Tho herbaceous la the cotton of tho United States, tho West Indi...

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 April 1894

!inlP. HAWAIIAN 5TAK. THURSDAY, AI'RIl. tp. 1894 jt -- rzrZ v 1,11(15 michhm. NHVtH TO OON NUEt DOWN ,..'Tli I'nmmlt t'uHiiril llrmrti fif I'lomlif -.'i m In WtilngliM I'm I'lrlnrrt nt )iii of Hi l'rtlrlmnl A l ull I'rnm It Ijeli llmlnrtirvs ((win) rirrmnmiKln. ' WAslincoTnv Mnrch 1H. To y that the PillnnMlrreWtirMire trim Imk torn tne wmlitKtm mind nil up would lie to Hutu It with nlmcot rrinilniil moderation. It I ilie Inlk of nil the imlootn and hotel. If In tbe ever renewed theme In tlie cnpltol lobWw, -MnoklriK room and committee rm, and, more tlmii nil tlw. It Is the tMtlnome morceau of Bood ocltty. tt Is lfiudlr delmtrd 111 the inOTt nubile olnees. and now and then nil advocate of tliedetlid aut tliotiah such advocate arc very rare Is moviil by his fervor even on the street to mle Ills voice In jwlysyllablc phrases of skyscraplnu eloquence. Coneress Is aside show In comparison, anil one nilylit truly my with Hood: Debates In the house are scarcely read. Willful marder falls v...

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 April 1894

It. , THE HAWAII AH STAR I'tiiii.iftiiim liVltltY AITKIIMHIN i:xoi:ir miniiav. j (toner. , J a tmSi A must ii J is .wtv.tiruri, l.......... ...... ....... 4 VOL Ml. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL Jo, t i k. 1. The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. snnscntnioH hates. Pel Venr In Advance, - - -IHit Month In Advance, -loiclgn, per Year In Advance, - IX.00 .w 13.00 AnvKiiTisixo hates: Rales lor transient and regular advertising can bo oblnlned at tho publication olllce. . TOHOUro prompt Insertion nil advertise ment must bo delivered nt the DtMlneaa oillco before 1 p. in. MKTHOUOI.OOICAI. IIKOOUI). Ily the Government Hiirtejr, l'ubllilinl livery Monday. aim, uiiknor, KS0.C0 8 1 0-02 .Moil ).!: o 1110. Wd Tim Kri. rm,12 .M.OO 790.01 3U.l0':r.tn 70,0.110 wui t.-KT.Ut! 7S.O-10: in ni ft Uat.j :w.W,3o.ii! 77l0.00l Barometer corrected for temperature and elevation but not for latitude. Tides, 81111 and 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. — 20 April 1894

'fWWitifiPww:- --w W a J! inpilpppp Ill l I It Tm 1Uwamak Star. ltt Twr tH mnm - -IMu, far YWftr lt AMim. mm Hit tmulW.it one! mgwi Ton un wtHnft inaatttcM all eWWnie ratn MM Im MlrelM at Um Bmmrm Mk twtorol r. m. FWOvT. AWUI. IS. ISM. THtf MATTER OF GONGESTION. The Stak's sUttmient that the United State arc congealed with immigrant is objected to by the morn ug on the ground that the e lUiitry, capable as it is of sun- IKKth.g several hundretl millions of Ittople, cannot be congested by a population of sixty or seventy mil lions. Undoubtedly this argument bas a plausnblc sound, but it sup plies an instance in which a pleas ant theory is used in preference to a hard condition. After all has been said about the size and fertil ity of the Union and the compara tively slight use to which its area and resources have been put, the facts, remain, first: that 3,000,000 people, most of whom want work and cannot buy a foot of soil, are unable to find work there: second: that newly-arrived im...

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