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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 26 April 1894

3$ "I, Qtoimn hit piiom Hawaii" 1111) (IMIItllT III' Il.tN.UlA 1,11 II Al'illl) S I IIA.MIIM II I'AIII. lllf llt' Minora, t Uimn, anil llflki lit llllmu mill I.UIiiiikaUhl rtaHill,H mill I Irlil IIiim, Ant'enillnj; a little liill unu eonies to (lie iiiiim utii. In (runt la ti Mnnll luenrlwerk of sandbag which iliil duty us proU-elluii to tliu l'nlmo dining the Ihely tltnoa Hi Honolulu Inst ear. when lint I'rorUlounl doveiniiieiit win threatened ah a Itoy nlUt nltaek. To tlio right at one enter nru tlio trappings of roynlty.' 'ihey tuu pro tected trout vulvar touch by n rail I dr. Uniii a Uaia are the two tlironu room uhalts, elaborately carved (lullilc chairs of lillzabclhun style, upholstered richly in nil daiunsk, and with heavy Kilt (ranioa. Tliu right hand chair belonged to Knlakaiia, nnd tlio left to Kaiiolntil. When Queen Mliuokn. lani ascended bIio took tlio ehiiir of Knlakuua, arid tlio other remained vacant. Over the chairs la a canopy of rod damask, and ut tlio side nru tl...

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. — 26 April 1894

HP n Mill HAWAIIAN "STAK. IMltffllBAV, APRIL tt, igf,.,, sir -tj' ' .. ' o... Kff VPUUUl NU' lii i mwmi MiMtMnAiftMlfwnraik.. K - "Bm WM r IM-Wf utrlali! Put, tdlMWml W twtel ntnuwt wti CHAPTRK II. Vwti lit mi the dfty took, vrm tlwi MfMMnc mm' ry Mtlad U veil that ilm HKKHiltirlit imiwaat, and iMtenil of sittdowa Pat lgHti t mb thlttf elwrly, In? Mt era about him a if to rft Mtrfi himself and Ret his lietiringfi. J!v r rytMiiftln his manger nmrtinent sewmeel Ui bold (oiiio nesoctatioii with the child Orioltfl. Hanging upon tho wall were the llttlo worn roil sIiom, his Unit gift to her, bearing yet the Impress of her baby fwt. Within the lid of his big trunk open before him swung the tiny brass Into!: ho had placed there so that she mip'it safely fasten herself within, and liMi jg here until tho stonn was over she lmC escaped many a whipping from her im'. ler. A row of auger holes along tho Inc. . ruining the trunk, had further fit ted .'t for her safe retreat. And she had ueV' r to...

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. — 27 April 1894

a . THE HAWAII AM ST AS, I'liiii.miuii i-.vuuv .utimixhix IIMJIII'I MINIIAY. now. ; , i....... ............ ,u woL-in. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY ItN'UNINO. APRIL iKqi. NO. a;. H -i- ..J. I fJS The Hawaiian Star. i'UULlSIIBI) EVERY AXTEKNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd, HltlWCItllTIUN ItATCS. IVi Vciir 111 AUvaucc, -Pel Month In Advance, -loielgn, jht Year In Advance. - IM.00 .75 12.00 AllVKIITISINO HATES: Unlet lor transient and regular advertising enn bo obtained at tbo publleiitlni olllcu, Tosocuro prompt insertion nil ndvcrtlso inents muni bo delivered at the Iluslness lllllco before 1 p. m. mi:tkoi'.ii.oiiioai. iti:coui. 1. . Ily (lie Goeriiiuint Surrey, I'utillsljeil P 15 -ME.1- Oil II. Moil Tile. Wd Tim Fii . tint. "1111.12 7K0.14 Mi NU Nil NK NF. NE km: 10,:M.0S 0(O i;yii -W.IM .Kill 77 0.2. 75 o.ai 710.18 77 0-18 1" 3U.1I In hi in .TO.Ot 20 30.13 M.V.I 77 0.06 Harometer corrected fur temiterature and elevation but not for latitude....

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. — 27 April 1894

r Tl'IR IMMUAM ffPAJt, MttiMY, APRIL if, i,, i jr mmtr """" -wrr MMt 4MMHM u . tMMMVt MVOrlHMH WWCR WW MMHIQttfftl&t &rQl& .It - W" - - aw. lo -w liwrth all dwm- MMU a HlMt be Mtv! U HtHlBr" UMc brmrelp. ni. ttw WW liV NMtllWte Of tt CMftONI llMW In iWiiirt C Mta4 dtacfct: T Ihr HI ngflM to i l mh! ofknmi of UM rarcigii w Owwral McKltttey, mU of iIm t- vr MvorlHMH wmvH wmtt prevailed. um mmrw w ol Dm oiicium bvtte-tyt on the tnw lHHntMM of tto oM regime would tive the HKlithH d lw friendf a flue MMorttacnl of St. fill MURKAU OF TION. APRIL T. m. 1NP0RMA- It lit to be bupotl thnt titber Ibc Government or tbc lltglorical Soci ety in keeping coiieii of everything worth while thut hut lieti primed about the Hawaiian trouble and made Available to it. Between newspaper eUpjiinffs, speeches in and out of Conine;, official reiiorts, -tu. v.. im.,.i.. u ,H1i ' niaganne articles, utc. material new iuav .nil i hiu.twii - ..- tut a fain there are iMct. it is Mid, of raising the Htir...

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. — 27 April 1894

. A " W Tim HAWAIIAN STAR, WttDAY, ATOtl. if, itrt- mi.iit sixjor vaciit.. MIA MAII til' li t W W I A mill 1IIII IHINMII lll'.MIHtt. iih nn I lif -Mi llrrp l.ldr the Cup ItiiMrr -In Hi kmniit (Jlass I'lRiilr nlut Mittrs, r-onSl(irof IImnhII in the linmo of n pmi1 lielng Imlll lo uhnllcngn die IlOimie DiiihIco .mil 1 Inu-nll, ntil to milt with tl in reonnd cltm In Hie minunt regatta. A. O. Htinillii Ik tlio designer, in lining tliii hi rk, nml I io sailing piaster, Die liull stnnds in the yard nt Peter lllghV pin nfiij; mill, on Alukcn sheet, Iwlweeu Meichniit nml Queen, livery ilny copto interested in yncli I Iiijj osdl nml wnteh Siimlln un lio enrefully phiei-s ouch lilt nt material. Tin' lm.it now look like n young Vnlkyilo. It model It tiliont Hie sumo lis tlmt of lln lluimic Dundee. The Hen Ktnr of Hawaii will l of thicetnus harden. Who will curry 1U0 .feet of canvHM nml draw live feet of water. Hit length !. twenty-two feet, benm raven feet nml iletli from ileck line to IxMtnm ...

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. — 27 April 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN tTAtt. I'RIDAV, A Pill I. f. I8 MUMS koto KWffiT woaw. ICtoMmMrftvM gnterda,'., JJtwr. J'at ww timl fell like crnwliit; fc(mi'J. He bad never wen her look liko this Tx'fo e. Tho habitual spirit of joyous eliili islines had jwsueil out of her face, wliic J seemed clothed with modesty and nttlu 99. Sh had not spoken sinceslioenteredthe gamt. She had not oven looked at Put. Tli nigh silent nlso for u timo, ho was tiret lo iiiik. "Well, muvonriieen, me poor child 'o orrow, the throtible's como quicker nor I thought for. Betune the two av us ye've got n hlaek eye, for yer mother only paid yo for tukin mo advice. Forgivo me me share o' the blame whilo I talk to yo plain, Lottie." Raising his eyes, ho muttered to him self, "The Lord o' light Rive me courago this night P Then lie turned to her: "An ye mut answer me plain, Lottie. Yo must shpake touight plainer nor ye iver shpoke Biuce yer iirrst confession. Answer mo questions like the Holy Vir gin, whose image ye are, answered...

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. — 28 April 1894

J' .l ... THE HAWAIIAN STAR. TIIIMIHt T n IIII.V1H . MONTH IN AllVANUIt. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1894. NO. 28. .""..' J i:xoi:i't iu.mjav. . vol in r .jt -.j. j J.SV , I . i ' -a-s T T in n f r 1 1 1 r n EXCEPT SUNDAY afijTH, UV T11E HAWAIIAN STAR NEWBPA wfwF PER A830CIATION. Ltd. RrtnsciurTioN hates. Pel Year In Advanco, - - -Per Month In Advanco, -ruiclKti, per Tour In Advance, - t8.00 12.00 ADVEnTISINO HATES: Knlfw lor transient ami regular advertising can bo obtained nt tlio publication omco ToMJCuro prompt Insertion all advertise ments must bo delivered nttlie lluslneu Otllce beforo 1 p. ra. MISTKOKOLOCIIOAI. IIKCOUI). lly tlie Government Survey, l'ubllnlietl Kvery Mnniliiy, TIIF.lt. riiln. -Hull Tub. Wil Tim Frl. Sit. IS.IOOlV i(i!:n.on mun T90.12 VI IK) I 7H0.lt 77 0 2. 75 O.Sfl TS.O.IS 77,0-18 77'O.OC 17 .11.U 111.11 in no.u- :ic.m 30.01 20 so.is ,.to.ia iM.zi:M,c, llarometer corrected for temperature and eievallou dui not lor lAlllime. Tides,...

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. — 28 April 1894

S '"' "W9 THE 'HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL a, 1894. ft. Ev. BA MK Hawaiian Star I'UUlilSllUO UVURY Ar"TWkNOBN HXSHIT SUNDAY UY THIi HAWAIIAN STAR NHWM'A. fAK ASSOCIATION, Ltd. VS'ALTKH O. HMITJl. UI!llt(IH MANH0N. MnttMln IllUr Illinium Mnnnger. mtnsciiirnos HATCH. I'd venr In Advnuco, - - -l"er Month in Advance, -roiHmi, per Yonr In Advance, - .00 12.00 SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1891 THE MONROE DOCTRINE. Some person who signs him self Another Tourist when he ought to write himself down An other Ifool sends the following to the Jlullttin : Tin- Star man wins to think that tlii-i-L' Islands are a nart ol the American continent mill there ta where he differs from mot nutlioritk'M. Hut why the Monroe doctrine should IneliHlo Jin waii and not Ireland, Jamaica, Iter muda and Canada is one of theriucstioii! for the lawyers, professor?, tinsmiths and parsons of the 1'. G. to explain. This writer needs a severe course in the Kindergarten. The Mon roe doctrine was laid down to govern the relati...

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. — 28 April 1894

TJlli HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL M, 1894. Mm LV3IAX SI'BAKS. 'IMS AtlllllllsH TO 1 1I li AT II 1 1.11. I'AIITV UI.UII piMliliy M ta olntl Hilt lu m-k, mihI nr ri'M lltMiiliilfi-Ollii-r Ni-wa I'l-uni I lie Illjj I, Ian, I. Hiui, April 2(1: Commencing with the 1st of .Mny Mr. .1. It. Wilson, mali nger ot tlio Volcano Ktnblos nt Hilo, will ' run a stage from llito to the Volcano llotisu anil from tho Volcano llouso to Hilo every dny, and tnko no onu's dust. Quick time. Tlio American ITnlon l'arty, llllo Cen tral Cltib, of which 1''. H. Lymau, Esq., Is president, met at the Court House on Saturday evening, thu "1st lust., to listen to addresses by Marshal llltch eock, Sir. Warren (loodale and 1 S. Lymau, Esq. The Marshal reviewed tlio work of the Provisional Govern ment from Its inauguration up to the present time, lie was listened to with marked attention and was frequently applauded. Mr. Warren Goodalo also reviewed pat history, and showed that ho felt a special interest in the fu...

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. — 28 April 1894

THE HAWAIIAN ST-Xk. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 180,4. ' ! si ELECTION PROCLAMATION. 1)HPARTMI!NT OP INTHK10U, j Honolulu, March, 19, 1894.) Ill accordance with the provisions of Section i of Act (19 of the Pro Isiotml Government of the Hawaiian Islands, being nil net entitled "An Act to provide for a Constitutional Convention," notice is hereby given that an P.lcctiou for Dele gates to the Constitutional Convention will he helil throughout the Islands, 1 tween the hours of 8 o'clock n. in. and 5. o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, the 3d day of May, 1891. The IJlectiou Districts, Voting l'rc- cincts, rolling l'laces and Inspectors of l'.lcction nrc as follows: l'OR ISLAND Ol' HAWAII. FIHST DI8TMCT SOUTH 1111.0. Consisting of I'uiia and all Hilo south of the bed of Pukihae Gulch. Pirst Precinct That portion of Puna extending from Kau to and Including Kehena. Polling place: Kalapana School House. ' Inspectors: R. A. Lyman, Chairman, II. U. Uycroft Second Precinct That portion of Puna Extending from ...

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. — 30 April 1894

THE HAWAIIAN Illll.tsllllll I.VIlllV .WH'.lt.NIION llMIIII'T MJNII.W, VOL III. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 189.1. k ! i Bm(F rah ha mmm m0 ! i.n aiiamiii. i K It - - .5 ' i$- 0: ,: Pi 1 12 Hawaiian Star. I'UULISIIED BVitKY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UV THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. BUUSCIllITIOM IMTBi. 11 Venr In Advance, - J8.00 I'm Month lit Advnnco, - .16 l-oiclgii, per Year Tn Advance.- - 13.01 AnVKitTmna hates: Itnlos lor transient nml rcgulnr advertising rnn bo obtulned at tlio publication onlco. Tosecuro prompt Insertion nil advertise ments must bo doll vend httlio Business Hiiro hofnrn 1 p. in. MiiTKOUOMHIIUAl. UIX'Ullll. Ity the floveriimeiit Survey, Published livery Momtuy. Bun. 2' 30.22 SU 117 7S O.lrj :o.4s Sinn Ji30.i9 :M is m ,.i Tub. Zi iMJU Uu.lt 67 W'd SI .HUM :k14 7 Thu 2l mUS 30.H 70 Krl. -"7 MO al30.lt I 78 0.1S 70 it). 15 70 0.01 75 0-12 8 It - 281.11 1).03 70 llarometer corrected for tetuixsrature awl elevation but lint 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. — 30 April 1894

K'frfe , . . r.rrs: - r , K, 1 he Hawaiian bTAii. slmi. Threats mid the miwwey HWfl H HflFflwHrfl 0 . 0 HUULlSllttD BVBHY AFTHKNOON BXCM1T SUNDAY 11Y THE HAWAIIAN STAK NUVVSPA- I'BK ASSOCIATION, Ltd. SAl'l'E1l a. HMITH, Mnnnalnit Editor UrToFKIK MAN80K. TiinlncM Miuimror. sninciiirTios hatbs. I'ei Vemr In Advnncc, -l'r Montli in Advimco, - - .75 13.00 f rl"ilRTi, l'cr Year In Ailvmico.- AUVKIITI91NO HATES! Untc lor transient nnd rpRUlur advertising can tx obtained til llio publ Ionium otitco. Towcuro prompt lnertlon nil lulvcrtlso montH mint lie delivered nttho Business Ollli'o before 1 p. m. MONDAY, ait.il :;o, 1891. THE BANE AND ANTIDOTE Coxey 's army, which is march ing on Washington and perhaps has reached the capital by this time, lias a legitimate grievance and an im possible remedy. It insists that 1 - ' something is wrong in the body " politic when three million men, women and children can go hungry nml roofless in a land which has neai ly seventy billions of produc tive wea...

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. — 30 April 1894

'4' AiiliMSTMKH l'KilJHHS. TIM) IIAI.I.OIH CANMir III! MAIIKIlll with ta i.i.i iw. L'ntttptt'lt' Direction In VlrmMrrrt Vuti In (liiiiriiiitpptl-Ciiii SmiII lint Two Tlckrlni . Ilelow nro tlio official Instructions to voters, Tliu most important point Is that hallotB must bo marked with illgurcs. Neither tallivs nor characters will ilo! 1 Tlio voter, Immediately upon entering tlio polling-place, shall pro. cued to the table of tlio Chairman of Election and tlieru identify himself ns entitled to vote. Thereupon lio Bliall receive from the said olmirmitn n folded ballot to vote for delegates. 2 linmeuhitely upon receiving liia folded ballot from the Chairman of Election tlio voter tmial go into one of tlio compartments, mid with tlio pencil provided in tho compartment murk a (lire on the ballot in thu rectangular hpaee thereon provided utter the name of the candidate or candidates for whom ho votes, showing how many votes lie casta tor each candidate. a Tho voter is then to re-fohf th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 30 April 1894

"ill Tllli HAWAIIAN 3Wi, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1894 f-v' CAllLOTTA'S lN'llll. - By BOTH tt'ENEKY STUART. tOwti(i, itm, tir J. H. i-immou comrinr. ill (MblMml by wtl nrrnl.semont wltU (Coriini.) The lilt fa blue uyes twinkled nnew us lie dropled the glitM nlul fnsteniiiK a Inst thread In Cnrlottn's shoo hurried l6vt ti stnlrs. Thero whs n& longer occa sion for rotrent, as there was nothing to hide, naught to reveal. A general murmur of welcome from the family greeted him when he nppeured In the shop. Even Soculn, who had just como In, grunted n pleasant Iniiulry as to Ills health. "Suro nn I'm convalescent, MIsther Socola," ho said, his eyes dancing ns ho turned to the old man with a friendli ness entirely now to him. "An how's yertllf this day o' tho wake?" "Oh, me, I nm-a nll-a-wny kip woll. IVel-a mo' young efera day." "Droth nn thoy'ro nil alike," said Pat to himself as ho imaged out. "There's northin liko a wife's grave formakin over onld min. Suro if I'd had tho foro tight to m...

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. — 1 May 1894

WL TAR. t a a a a a . a a . a.a a.a tfi. ; fTMtei NrtNl A south lt ,,(()(, t. .................. ..4 J t'liitiif ii nil j 2 uvtmv .utiiii.mhin ; IINIIIII'I M1MIW. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN iSLAtflV. TUIISIJAY UV l.NI.N'G, MAY i. 194. NO. v la 1 a" VOL III. & - r i if 11115 Hawaiian Star. PUllt.ISIIKl) KVIiKY APTUKNOON HXQHPT BUND AY H V TUB HAWAIIAN STAK NKWSI'A. I'UK ASSOCIATION, Lid. . - HltmcilirTloM IIATDI. I'm Voar In Advvtncc., - ts.00 l"ei Monlli'ln Ailvniire, ... ,TS loir-lspi, per Year III Advnnco,- - 1S.00 AiiVEiiimi.Nd hates: llatea lor transient and regular advertising mn bo obtained nl tho publication mllco. Tosoetiro prompt Insertion nil rulverll tneut mint bo delivered ntlbo ltuslncss Olllro before 1 p. m, mi:i i:(iitii.Miic.i. itixiiuii. My Hie sloverlinienl Kurey, rulillshed Kicrr Monthly. -UAK11. Turn. i I- I 1? B 1 ! I it S ntih. .Mini Till'. WM Tim Krl . 3':).:).H 117 7 ;n.t ri ft-S MB 111 Ml & NK 4 NK 4-H NB n, nb Til NB :ll.'j .ki 12 mi i.i iU.isi en il :WJ) H...

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. — 1 May 1894

9 , JMf " i. , WppT j si - Urn BBL. IV it I v 1 KK 11 Aw AHA TAR. hnM to HE' MltM mm wmm m AMMtAtWft, IM BK sm. t- ..... ... m lwt WISP- !. T ! AdWMIW, - - N, MM! WAWrm . aittTH, mmmm Jkntor CMftlftU MANftON. Dulllil JUtwaer. TWIUY, MAY I, 1H. TI1K BI.HCT10N. 'lilt ftrt eltciiou under the prw mi Oomtiment will take place to llierrow, its object befog to ckoote sttlttble men for the Coimtituliotml Conation. The American Uniou pur ly presents five candklatrs mid dx are running independently, one of tlieae claiming to be also a regit Jar party nominee. Under the cumulative ballot system each American Union candidate will expect one and one-fifth 'otes to tlte end that six votes may be cast for the five. This is complicated and to some extent annoying, but It will, if followed out, improve the chances of election of the five regu lars and that is, of course, the main consideration from a party stand point. While there arc some very good men with very good claims among the independent no...

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. — 1 May 1894

IIV lilt Am MtM. IH lth Hi lit. MfK A tri wti by Dr. nMl Mr. MtUittw hit iWHfliu. Ht Ihrtr imtritmat, nfl n fRrn wil 1 M.tldwudr Wall Tim rtwnw, TlltHllll IIMBtfHIt. earn Id IHlt Irfllll llio grSnt urmwl tlml pothered In rrtponito tn llio Irtvlutlmn. Th innlrnt program wns good In sry iiu iif tho wnnt. llmi Mo OreV sinking I nlwnys lino, hut sho fnlfh t'kmdletl herself mi this oeimiiliiii! I-HII IIIM JllflltlUl. her rendering of the song "Pur All'r,( lilt'i nil; calling forth etithunhiKtie ap I ilhue. Mrs, Vim Vllet nn in vwtcu ninl iiiitin "Answer" with inl r, good expression. Mis. .1, It. Pnty's part of llio program, n song, win leceiwd with Hi iiit nprpcinti(in. Thu iiittlriimotttal portion of tliu pro gram win fully ti to tln stntidanl of tliu vocal, tliu trio for piimo, violin unit vlollncello liy Mrs. Van VIM, MNs Mo- (liGWnml Mr. Taylor lioln imrtlciilarly',ru'n JIr- w- T- lilllnKliani, Mr, imxI. MimCnfttloplnycil ''Pailciuwskrs Minuvt" well, nhowing pvrlmpH nt llmt BllKht ni...

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. — 1 May 1894

TOMB-AY, MAY i, it aaSalSKa- i ttrri imm rnunt flkalaAaL IPITrn cmaptm in Pa'! IWMaMaa UMt I aa t two wt. Thr htaanf m- in m Mtaarhaa bawii era at ftrw tu him, bat M had rt-nr ta-roaii antaad nulla Wurth wW. itkl Mill Wtlt irot ivrurmttr iHand, tba aVkatfctta, tbomrh artdanU MaVtlr proatatiina. wan tnmriaiaaMeal attd woM gtva do aTlc. Hl imsrc Mtb wrre faTurabtp, hnwerar, anil hn return ad to Now Orleaun buoyaat with arouialnc achetwu. ! tt wna aftrr dark when ha raarhad the 'It, aoil aa he ainrroaiiieil the 1)1 Car loa' a row of carriage light Iwfura Um tear ataltlail hUo an that he frit In ttan ar nf falling. aometlihiK nnnaual was Mppening. If any olio had died, lie WPUld have heard. Urahles whg ever heard of a night fonerat exoet under Mttraordlna y rircnmatancaa? Conltl it be a Wedding? He lutd had atrane firrelMdiuK of ill. XV hy luwl he left Oir lottaJ Keajchine; th 1kmim, lie lieaiUteil with sot in the ha1ow uf an open shatter, lie uiiwt Vwve h moment to atiU tlia iuad VaMti...

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. — 2 May 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. — 2 May 1894

-V ft' Jla tMtt W Mma. tmanlwfafMAAMiM. Jam MR, -i tae I M vv s, mm. Rt4KiMr. of the Adam cm at Utt AriiactM, the fimllrfi aayn h.w do tt ooaw UmH poUw baac ManMM la tMavaiaad tka M mr.. i i, jMch bora of tfc- H mint hi Uft imtwM by Ms inoMvm iMtv rabMtnt. How do you know badge wax feiwe? that the U'ohrn have attOMCti to do lit octal and doimwtk in without ninir into tKrinios. and no oiie knows this better thau the women tlHHiuwlvea! An for the protection of their righto, they can trwat thoac in the hands of their huabauds, sons ad hi others; and as for moral re form they can, by the exrcine of their dominant influence, do more than they could with the ballot the latter a right they might have to divide more thau equally, espe cially in aboriginal Hawaii, with women whose votes would be cast against reform measure. Thk genius of the Twentieth Century, after granting the boon ol Woman Suffrage, should turn its mind to dress reform. What is especially desired is the bloomer costume, a...

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