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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 20 April 1894

fnnumpnimoi' cmmx, ttjl I.VllllliWTlMl .Mil lilt, II I.HBAt. HIIAIll.MI. Kit II IffirllMil Paper tin Hie Multife unit Tti.ri- at an I intuit if liirli l) Vrl Pre.all lli-ris (flNifHIifilrtl ymtmhy. Applying tho foregoing inWrta tt5trt tn tlio Hawaiian lulniuU, t wntllil mill Hint there nro norrral tlltlrtcti In the pmilji fK-clally fitted to till' eulltvatluu ol lierlmreoin cotton, BHll that tlio two great rwoiiilary J) American nml Smi Wlittul, would, In tlm district, nttnlti perfert growth nml jiror largely profltahle. There W cofWIuly no ilnmlmrk In the climate; In Hint particular tliln country pooea a grant advantage over the- Wert Indies, in tlio mint) latitude; would not linv tln heating rains, wlml dorm" nml hall of tlio f-otillicrn Slates; would possess nn advantage over Egypt l"''11' ' regular water, and v,utild not puffer ns do tho cotton growers of India in ninny liicalllh-4 (rom tin) piiinMn, Hoods nml tlio weltering heat of tlio Dim at noon iliiy. Tlio jioiiit becotuos ...

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 April 1894

. 4 1 JlTISl'TtlUTll 1111811 mt, mm. mm. - HaA ImMHIi aMw HliMlnWMii Im wHI wit Mi PmI Blaa wm Nmt afcacttwafer hj Mm, IM, Mag Ml an nrphan wbna In ww 14, to MM Mmjt fmm hla ltan'a bns Mi IMlrl am vrtmi ponton M IM Kumti Ix-row i riokiDil Mar af wnhnnd, an lir mlljr liw It MMtwhat naiinnpnliuii lijr natarc. Uta the rtrll war mm on, M (nlMot tm tb nonlwni artiij and m la lfcaa h'i dlvialna of Cmicfc'a corpa at tka Man Jk Iwttlr of CBnaraUottrllhi look He loucbt urarijr, wiu, m a aldal) m, httla or bo chane of Moo la Mooumofan aaaaaMnt a rv aajv. a baltat wound In tin toad that ftM ad Mm UBcaaagiou (or Mm ttmr, Mai vaaa a raalljr caaw tnaumaallaBti. m witndaring about In a dna plcee UE OAZED AT THE WCTCRE. of forest without the least Wen of Ills whereabout. To make bin situation atlll more forlorn, it wiih nlgbt nud a ilrlzzlliij! rain was UIUuk, wettluK him thoroughly and clillllug htm to the Iwne. A booh ft hu thoroughly appreciated the situation, he set about to find hi com railea....

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 April 1894

THE HAWAIIAN i'lini, isii ilii J IIVHIH A I1! lilt lilt J ILMIIII'T MtMlAV, ,.l 1 PA VOL 111. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SATIJIUJA. liVUNIKU. APUIL i, llt - - -JE.- HaH'lll t I mill I . - - rs-'Xsaaaaaa iH 8 I E, , fFiiii Hawaiian Star, I'UULtlllKI) KVBRV AFTERNOON KXCKPT BUND AY , HV Tllli HAWAIIAN STAR NgWU'A. PUR ASSOCIATION, Ltd, ftlUMCHll'TIO ItATI. IVi Vir In Advnnon, ... Per HonUi In Advance, - hoielgn, jicr Your In Advance, - t.OI Itttl AllVr.llTISIXO HATES! Itatjs lor transient and regular advertising ran U obtained at llio publication oflloc. T'osoeuro prompt insertion nil rsdvcrilse meiita mint l delivered ntllie Hualness Olltco beforo 1 p. in. MliTIKlUOI.mllOAI. Ill'.COIll). Ily (lie Clot eminent hursry, ruhllslied llterv Monday. jj VlllAIIOM. I TIIBII. JLJL -ILL'i.Dl Bin,. KI.w-iiian.o-i (a hsn.co .Mull HSJ.lCWW, Cl 81,0.02 Tub. 10 ;kue nai 79 o.ui Wii il an.io.KVt) nj no.on Hm waul sum ti 7a,u.lo Krl. l3 30.17cH0.lli 701 TllU-lti Mat-HSMlMtUMI TIM 71'O.IB :l I j 70 ft...

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 April 1894

TAR. MM t Main re NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! A Htm a ! n-l ' la fWtMfc t miHl vim. I I mil iiiiw iimiadHB an mwmm mm aa ma m www- a aw mm1 tmmiiUm all r lwru.- uS UiliiL t. m. 4UUMMY AHUI. SI. IBM Mil! SUNS AND STIHl'KS AHV. ulKIH.V in m.v oviiit ritAiii. lllVltlllllt. After Wfclak h IVh4wmIp Mill lu I rfmt -. Uilli la llllllil) llHM(Hlt If Tthk. WjktHUroTOK. April 11. The new Ha waiian programme of tli Ailmlnittru tion mwm the eetablkhuieiu ol a pru tootttntte ovr tlx Ialnml. Dennlto nml trustworthy inftiruintlon on the etthjeot lia Ihwii ubtuiiieil, Tli full ttltvot of the I'rtwldent'a in tention will not be ut In force iinmeiU alely. For tbw prweut the locating of o oohIIiik station in l'earl river harbor in the limit to which the Adtiiiiiistratlon will no. The uneeiiil und immediate dutv of Ailmirul Wnlker in the l'aoifie U to cuiiiplcte preparations for locating the station, His Instructions direct him to com' munionte the intentions of the Adminis tration to Minister Willis and to...

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 April 1894

ir i. a. intrmros. li(-l.lt i lllnl - llonlHllnht unit II (Ill n( .Mi.i.nrtli). Jn the BHt nt MliiUIri TliiirMnn Jtii rp will hot l nlr huHK fnt lUnnll frjjin tlio UiiUimI HHtKi fur n long lime. Vlial may m nli m done- Hi Washing ton tli'M'iul tiillnly iijntn liat limm pliw m ilio Mniiiln. Unless mhiic radical inufiHiiciil in uiiili'rtiikcti lino or M.uio marled loonl uliahgo Roeoliiplislietl iiclllicr Hut Hous uur tlio Senate will tilmttiM Hawaiian a lis I is. Alt ichiU nliil resolutions aiu In abeyance, Die (Incline in Mi. Mot gun's lejiotl mo aeeepteil as Dual. None nf tlio uoiigrcss nun lio on account of jioiltical alllliallon would bo compelled to vote , fur tin- Turpic resolution uprising annotation, care to record llieiiiKelvts on that tide of the iUcsllon. Thvro in small. likelihood of tlio 'I urpio rctolu tion out being lulled up. Tlio action of tlio people hero in selling nboiit to cutulilUli u permanent form of govern ment is , very generally approved In tlio United Stale...

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 April 1894

OUR PBLLINERY : , Phuitatiou Supnlies, ,j j 4 (IMI AaMMMM a Mil lffrHIIK UMlMtHt. DEPARTMENIT Steel Plows, for l(4d ,wrk. with nktta pmU. Is Auaik Oi'iiMtn With cuii'i'ivATous' a.Ni: kmvks. 1117 n n 1 A1.AMM('.A i aa. IJte a . feafcaa. IT" J L ' - - ' '"'IP' "- 'w--' . . SB I m Ut lonifll aV aV A VISA a t mwmmrma W - l l "in 1 HHlMi aMaaat aHaMBaVJaeeeeee - i .Qfjbttmmt t. mm $. K4J 4RD KASO0L4lvB. Jiu ilfS f MW l"frtnn O. H. Mast. CbateMs. - . . . HMMM-1M MHI m Msfcv aaaaaai PBft IBUAMi) OP HAWAII. atfifea adaf rHAafcat Oatafc- A M. id Pracinct That potlka IW iag from Kahcna to ta UUo gtWt. place Poboiki Court Howe. Jaapwton. J. E. BIdart, Chaiwau, Robert RyawA, Darid Kapc, Tain! Pracinct The lawfe rf Keaau and Olaa. w Puna, and tfcut twrlion f JIUo wrtawWog from the boundary ef frnfUt to the bad of lUMtw Gulch. Pan ig yiac: HUo Cuttrt Hoe. K. C. WIMg. (.Mairuian, A. W. RiahaidMH, Cliarlw Notlej'. Jr- MMMNI) I)lHtKT CHKTRAL 1I1UJ. QMMUttQK of that iiertUn of lUlo ex- tMliK froi I'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. — 23 April 1894

Unit imp? m THE HAWAIIAN STAR ; TmuHi ; J V n lIBimi.t JHIPili i.v .unwHOii. IIVIlllV AITIlll.MMIN ll.MII'1'l MINIM V. VOL 111. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY liVUNlNG, APRIL 23. 1891. NO. aj JI'iie Hawaiian Star. i'UHLISIlllI) BVEKY APTBKNOOM EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NISWSPA PER. ASSOCIATION, Ltd. niinSCItllTION 11ATKS. I'm Year In Advance, - MOO ler Month In Advnnce, - .T5 luielgu, per Your In Advance,- - 12.0ft AHVKUTISINO hates: Untm lor transient and regular advertising can bo obtained nt tlio publlcution nfflce. To secure prompt insertion nil ndvertlse lncut mint bo delivered nttlio Iluslncss Olllco befurol 1. m. jMi:Ti:ntoi.(iiCAi. Kixiinn. ri.ivcrnm.-.it Nurv-y, l-uhlUlie.l livery Monday, c HAItOM. HIGIt. Ijj . ola 1 $ i a . a r. g- 5 3 i Y ? o g s Sr F ? ! I a ft ; I i ? ; i ! mm. 11 HI 0s :m.'KJ (is' nn.12 60 3-B NF. 4 .Moll 10 :10.UK .MOO ml 7k 0.14 l f. KB 4 Tuft. 17 1,01 .10.01 GSi 77 U 2 73 8 NK 4 WM is 30.11 3r.ni w 75'o.ai m 10 isf s Tim Id 30.0; 30.01 ...

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. — 23 April 1894

f Tllli HAWAIIAN STiU, MO&&AN ..AlRll , XL' Vn Hawaiian Star. I'UKIiIMIW) HVHNV AKTMHNO0N HXOKI't SUNHAY BV IK HAWAIIAN 8TAK NKWSi'A I'KK ASSOCIATION, Ltd. (imiNllH MANWIS, IHwJiwm Mniwurr. nnnicmiTlax HATHH. I VI Ywr In AUsnnee, - - -vt Monlli Hi Ailmiwe, - -hnHeH, per Vmf In Advniip. - 1S.0II MONDAY, Al'UII, 38, lb94. THE ARMOK OF CLOTH, llv'.let-proof cloth has been the tlreni i of tailors for nearly as long it tin J as perpetual motion has been of mrchanicians and a practical air ship of aeronauts. Hxperimeiits with uniform cloth with a view to mak lg it invulnerable to gun-powtcr-missiles, were had in the days of Frederick the Great; and in tl e time of Napoleon an un hide tailor nearly lost his life by briti ing an alleged shot-proof jackt t to the Emperor, who insisted upon the man's getting into it and standing as a target then and there. During the early days of the Amer ican civil war the newspapers teemed with announcements of bullet-proof vests, but as the first ...

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. — 23 April 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, M0DAY, APRIL aj, itf m ill If 71 I 1 , r r ! J-f".. ai' TO A MGllttll C0UI1T. in t in waiiu it.oi'i.i: Ai'i'iiAi. to Till: NATIONAL COMM I nXF. A llfiirlnic To-iillil -lli-ltrnllon-Iiiile-icmletll N'oliilli.-9 of tliu PorlM KUee Colony 3111. l'Allltlllil.l) ItlWIIINIlS. The city registration books wero clos ed nt U:20 Saturday night with IMS iinines enrolled. There was quite n rush during tlio Inst few bonis. Several hundied persons wero disqualified for non-pay men t oi tnxrs. A couple of hundred refrained from giving their names for various prlvato reasons. Quito a number simply neglected to appear. If the books could bo opened ono more day the list could be swelled by 100 or moro. The nationalities are represented as follows: Portuguese 41; American, 300; Great Hritain and col-, onles, 105; Natives and halt-castes, 185; German, 120; Hawaiian born foreigners, 101; all others, O'J. Dr. John 8. McUrew and tho editor of tlio Stau registered with tho proviso that Un...

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. — 23 April 1894

' '. OUR - 4 TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, AIMUI, 03, 1894. p AT ' liK TA HKKXACIjK. OMAR 3TEBI8TIC AND ELOQUENT SfiHMON DY REV. DR. TALMAGE. He Tattca ISir III Sillijul I'rum Vniilrt 1 l t'nnqiirtt I ClirWIIanltr llMnigraiU int " l'" Hll.lr II llnlilf An i:nrnurnBlnff llltcmirf. llttooKLVN. March 11. In the Tabernacle today Hev. Dr. TiilnitiRe preached a mcit aloqitent nnil clinrncterltlcrtlly Tlcnrom cfinoii In refutation of the oft renewed nv ertlonofthoenemleof religion thnt Chris tianity Is retroerrnillnKand the lllblo loslnff, its hold upon tlx; lirartu mid concleuces of men. The subject of the t1lcnure n an nounced iw, "From Conquest to Con quest," the text being taken from Amm lx, 13, "Heboid, the days come, snlth the l,ord, that the plowman chilli overtake the reap er." Picture of 11 tropical clime with n season mi pro erousthnt the harvest reaches clear over to 'he planting time, nnd the swarthy litntxm man swinging the sickle In the tb ck ( rain almost feels the breath of th...

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. — 24 April 1894

S,8 vt. ! , 1 The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA ' PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. UnnSCIltlTION HATES. Pel Year In Advnnco, -Per Month In Advance, -tuicltfn, pur Year In Advnnco. - .s.oo .75 U.OCi AOVKIlTlStNO IlATESl Kates lor transient and regular advertising can bo obtained at. the publication office. Tosccuro prompt Insertion all advertise ments must bo delivered at the Business Ollleo boforo 1 p. Jn. mi:ti:oho logical iu;coni. Ity tlie Oovprnmeiit Survey, Ktery Ioiiilny. 2 1 tttin. Mini Tno. VM Thu Frl . n : ok :m.(0 ni: HE E NE sr. KB 111 17 11.08. u WflM 77 0 2 Willi Hill IK III 3U.I1 3r.ni 75 0.98 3').07 so.iu H(l IS 7SU.18 770-11 7710.06 2130.15 Sat J i3o.aiw!ifl KNF. elevation but not for latitude. Tides,' him wild Moon, Si Day. PS n m a.m. a.m. a.m. II.IJU o.ao iu.,m i i u.40 11. o .1. o 5.34 6.52 10. 5 5.S4 6.23 10-S5 &.;:) 0-t u-4i 5.33 6.23 7-40 8.1 0 ! ii-ao 4 10. 0 10.30 8.8 J 11 50 5. 0 II. til p.m. u. u u.ao 1. 0 6.30 ...

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. — 24 April 1894

fill!. HAWAIIAN STAR. TIJWIWv. AI'KII. . 180.,. I'i ib Hawaiian Star. - - i'UUMSIIKU KVKKY AFTKKNOON KXCEPT SUNDAY UY IKK HAWAIIAN STAK NKWSI'A PBR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. sVALTKR 0. HMtTH. MnnaKlnit BUI tor. OKillUIK MANSOtf, HusIiiom MmnWi snnsciiii-rioK hates. Pel Ymr In Advance, -I'ei .Monlli lit AiHimc, - -tuiclan, per Year In Ailvnnro, - K00 13.0U ADvmmsina hates: Itnlii tor transient ami retrutnrnilvwtlMnR mn to obmlnccl nt the nubllontlon omce. TOswure lmmipt lnerllon nil ndvertle Hi'tit must bt? delivered nttlio llmlm-n limes IwforB 1 1. 111. TUIISDAY, APltIL 21. 1804. MAJORITY. NOT MINORITY RULE. If the Bulletin can offer no better ptenf to support its "rule of the minority" plea than by reciting the difl-rence between the number of voters locally registered this year and the number who voted two years ago, it had better go out of the statistical business. Its own figures convict it of either ignor ance or an attempt lo deceive. In 1 892 the number of votes cast was 2750. This y...

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. — 24 April 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, ftflSSDAY. APRIL 14, 1894. - .1 1 . i 4 MX AND TWKLYK TINS, AN IIIMIIM HV.I.VUV. MAIIH iiv tiii: I'dl.lOi: KMMV. "HoVll Hill" nml Ilia lluliillr-Krrii CimiiIiik HIT Hid Aimlmllit-llHil n Knife 1'llRht unit Capture An opium seizure was tnado by tlie city police this morning. "UoVn Ken" win cnpttircit with twelve 6 fuel or lmlf pound tins. This happened n few minu tes past 8 this morning, "MoVn Hen" linn long been u suspect. The common report lifts been that ho regularly lands "dopo" from the Australia mid from sailing vessels. Ho has been closely watched, but lins been so successful In eluding the officeis that ho beenmo care less. The fellow's naino is llennett, und ho has been on the front for years. Ho imitated Smuggler Caecaeres In that ho carried a knife. Bennett Is not of bo desperate n character ns tho slayer of Ofllcer Knuhane, and did not mako much of an eirort to uso the freshly sharpened blade. Jack, n native dock hand, says he saw Bennett leave tho Aust...

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. — 24 April 1894

HAWAIIAN T l lis DAY, ArKIL 24, 1804. '-v P " By IlUTn M'ENERY STUART. (Gfirrlht, ltB, tir J. I. I.lin4nott Compmir. atm iwMhlml r ffwlnl arrangement with ll"ml CHAPTER I. . A short, avrnrthy, gray haired old mnn who swung his 111 tie leg on opposite rides of the barrel up"" which ho wit, who smoked R stumpy old pipe, vhoo one hmvy eyebrow rim clctir across his foreliend, who wore tiny gold earrings and seldom cut his hair, who spoko in motiosyllables such wa9 Carlo di Carlo, 'the ilnso." A tall, fat, blooming brown creature, loud talking and voluble, full of fun and temper, luxuriant to coarseness, whoso bust measure and ngo were both some where In the early forties, who seemed fashioned for laughter and unlimited maternity, who sat every evening on the front doorstep of the shop oppolte her husband this was the Bignora dl Carlo. A d ilnty bit of n girl, radiant as pe tite, 1. irk as her father, symmetrical as her u ther of 20 years ngo, whose lithe figuri was just throwing out hin...

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. — 25 April 1894

HBb ( ; J ruiiLisiiKM HPf, J I'.VUllY AVTI'.IINOON Y . J i:.xci:ir NUNIIAV. THE HAWAIIAN STAR. nln.MSt CIl-STt A .MOM II IN AltV.t.NUi;. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2S, iR94. NO. 2; T K ri: .- 1 he Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TH3 HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA. PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. RnnscitinioH hates. Per Year lu Advance, .... j.oo Pep Month In Advanco, - - .78 Airclgu, per Year In Advance, - - 13.00 ADVKIlTIStNQ IIATF.S! Unlet tpr transient nnd regular advertising can be obtained at tho publication ofllec, Tosecuro prompt Insertion nil ndvertlso menu inut bo delivered at tho Huslness tllllco beforo 1 P. 111. , MKTKlHtlll.llllKIAI. ItKCOUU. Ity llift Government Hurvej-, l'ulillsheil Kverv Momlny. I sun. .lion Tue. Wil Thu Frl . Sat. NK SE E NB NE NR EKE 1H 31.08 : TO 7S. 0.14 77 0 2. 75 0.26 7S 0.18 77 0-18 17 1,IJI wit 18 30.11 p'.ni 111 IM.M7 80.01 20 30.1.VS).I3 !lai.zl 30.101 77 O.UCl barometer corrected for temperature and cievaunn ...

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. — 25 April 1894

' t . THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WMtDf flJIDAY, APRIL as. 189.,. Hi. 'W- Jl'111 Hawaiian Star. 1MJHL13IIKD KVKRY AFTKRNOON KXCBPT SUNDAY BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSI'A ' PBR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. WALTKIt U. HXIIT11, MnnoBlnw Editor. UKOKUB MANSON, Bualnm Malinger. Mtnicnirrios hates. Vn S'pnr In Ailvauco, -Ter Montli lu Atlvnnre, -ruiclptn, per Ycnr in Advance, - .00 .75 12.00 AKVKRTISINO hates: Kate Inr transient ami retfulnrndvcrtlslnt? rati lw obtained nl the puWlcntlim mllcis I'oMk-uru prompt Insertion nil ndvertlo iiioiiM mint be delivered at the limine" lillk- bofimi 1 1. m. WKD'JKSDAY, Al'HIL 25, W). " i FOR'.UGUESE HI ELD LABOR. T1- course of the planters in " . ... t).i.rocr.' trying to secure more Portuguese laboi is to be commended from many points of view. As a worker . in th . cane fields the Portuguese, : c,ut,ft,i mi i,liitriniis! as a ttibsequcni ouzrai ue , a hoi ic, raises and educates a fam-1 ily t iid adds something to the j currents of monetary circulation; and as a member of...

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. — 25 April 1894

r: 3 THE 'HAWAIIAN STAR, WEI5NHSDAY, AI'ltiL 5, 1894. QUBUIl HIT KRO.M HAWAII. Till! I'.XIIIIIIT at Tin: han Ol' KANAKA I. Ill FltANCISCO I'AIIt. Null. (Irnss Utilises, AVnr Cnnnes, mill Itellra or Ki.liikt.iu. himI l,llliiitkiilniil KmiilhHK nml VleM lllltis. San Fiiancisco, March 20. One of the unique exhibits at tlifc Midwinter Fair is tliu Hawaiian village, In which Is ' reproduced lis far as possible under these nllcu skies, the characteristic 'features of life in the Innd of the Kmmkn. J" djolnitt", the vitiligo la 'the cycloriiinii of the great volcano of Kll eaua, which vat nt Chicago, but the village Itself is the firF'. attempt made in tlds country to show tliu untrnvelled Ainerie...i how the Sandwich Islander Uvea n id by what amusement ho kills time. The manngerof the chow mourns over his shoitsinhtediiess ln not setting up (tils village at Chicago. "I could have made a barrel of money," ho said with a High of regret. "Think of the free advertising that lllouut gave the ...

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. — 25 April 1894

HMHHmmmmmi llMIHHIaUattaaaaMUMHslaBsnaS P ClllLO'rWTIiNDKI). g ( By RUTH M'EHERY 8TUART. THE HAWAIIAN SWvK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1894 lOofrtlsliU 1". It J- H. LliH'InrottCotnrnnr, Mhl tbliliwl by nlal arrangement Willi tliom. Continiutl from ywttnUty.) The scene reminds one of a familiar bat.iynrd group n little (tamo rooster, a fine Uraturia hen and their lirooil of handsome chicks. The (liiniiiutlvo but pompous fnther struts around with n most iinportnnt, proprietary nlr, nnd flattering himself forgets to look nt the mother. So It vrns with Httlo Dl Cnrlo. Jlen nnd roosters nre so thoughtless! It was true, Cnrlotta vrns n beauty, nnd every ono said she was the Imago of her father, nnd so she was his Imago In spired, nnd the mother was the Inspira tion. I! the Httlo husband reminded one of a roriter, n rooster who never crowed, It wr not so much because the wife per sisted in doing the family crowing as wt 1 ns'cnckllng ns that it pleased him to It by nnd smoke while she toyed with...

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. — 26 April 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR I'lmi.isiinti iivkiiy a1tkun00.v i:.ci:pt nundav. 1 DHDIti v n niLVt!) . Mora ii IN AIV..MJIJ. s VOL III. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, ir. NO 26. "1 3T -. V s3?"- 1ST . - r, ,if Tiie Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVEKY APTKRNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. MII1SC11IITI0 HATES. l'ei Vrnr In Advance, -IVr Month In Advance, -tot elan, per Ycnr In Advanco.- 19.00 .;s 12.00 ADVEItTlSINO BATES I Italcs lor translonl nnd regular advertising ran bo obtained at tlie publication oinco. Tosecuro prompt lnwrtlnn all advertise ments Hunt bo delivered at the Business (llllco before 1 P. 1". JIKTKOItOLOHIOAL IllXOItl). iy tlie Government Survey, ruliHsheil Kverv Mnniliiy, ll.sllll I. Tlll.ll. -fl n i 'fl C . & tl o 3 u a g 3 1 f J J 5 L sf f r ? LLJl . ..? -L-L i nun. 1J; os.-ii.no r rn.1.12 66 3-6 ne Man 16 3U.W -m 00 Wl 78 0.14 P6 0 KE 4 Tlie. 17 3n.lirW.04 61 7;o.2. 73 NK 4 Wil is so.ll 3c.nl lis 7."i0.ao m 10 nf. b...

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. — 26 April 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN STAR. THURSDAY. APRIL ia in! i' i.t c...... I msm. i inn Hawaiian jiak. E, I'UHblSllbU HVKRV AFTKKNOON r KXOBPT SUNDAY ( 11V THE HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSI'A ' PBR ASSOCIATION) Ltd. v f 'AlfTKK II. SMITH. MnnMlnff IWIWtv UMOHUK MANHOtf. 11u4npM Mw:r. Amwciiirrios HATm. IVi Vnir In Atlvniiceu - Var Mentli lii Adranre, -foreign, per Venr In Ailvnnco,- ,00 U.oci AIlVBHTISINU KATES! KnlM lor trnmlent nnd rsnuliirdvertllnB ran lo obtained nl tho publlnitlnn olllpn. IHss-Mire pmiuiit Insertion nil ndverlhe- mer mint be delivered ntthe Huttum lillli before 1 p. ni. T11U ISPAY, - Al'lllL 20 1 1894. THE MATTER OF SALARIES. IDawflilBn Hardware Co Tl 2 manager of a large corpor ator in this country is paid from $500 to $1000 per month, and if he is a good manager these salaries are not regarded as too high. Upon such a basis of valuation the salat of Hawaii's President, St2, 000, is moderate and that of a chief of a department of State, $4Soo, may be called economical. Besides the actual...

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