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

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. MONDAY, MAY 1894. Mil. I'OGUU WIU SKItVli. MiiiMi 1:1. i:in ru 111: wii.i. HI?) MI1AT. TAItK "le-n Aeiei l t'niip lliirni'il Tlii I'Ihiihi Krtitli Murine iitnl rer.uiml Note 'rum VViilliilui. Waii.uku, Mny 12. TI10 lmlt cxlil lilllon of IM if tin's lmul talking phono Krajih took jilui-o tit Wntluku dinting y 11k on tliu 7th Instant before n (air niulicnci'. Thu Instrument has since been i-oftl to Linn Luiik, a ChiiiL-rO watchmaker, who intends taking it to thu Flowery Kingdom where ho expects to gather in untold wealth wonderful machine rlUlll. llAltlllllt CO.MMI1M. An llmlnriit Aiinirlcmi Writer on tlio Cuming (Ireitt l'ort. Tho foll.nvintf notes nlMiut IVarl llatltor aro from the pen of Win. K. Cilttl, nssljtnnt Hecrulary of ihoTrean, nry mid fotmerly editor of the Chicago Jntir-Occait. l'earl hnrlxir can he rendert-d aheo liltely impregnahle 1m)Hi by batteries at ita mouth and by fortlllentloiiB In lis rear, as tho land risen rapidly in tho hit mediate vicinity...

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 May 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN Star. MONDAY, MAY 14,1894. HVE B1IAVE ULKLS. THEY RWKIO THBIB LIVES 70 SAVE OTHERS FROM DROWNING. til Lfvrls AtnrrlMi'n l'lrt HitoIiip Two ittlUtu Who tfrat t'mle Siiih" Mlfll I'or HriiXcrjr A Child of Trn mid Anutlirr nf 'tlilrtirnm Life Snrr. tCopjrrlht, MM. lr Ami-rlcnn Awt lion. Ikmk rights nerved. DA LKWIP, her nine, " tsthownyn stniidnrd cycloixj illn of famous AiihtIpuii women Introduce one of ltd 1,170 llfo X. sketches. Tho ro- I mnltiliiR 1,401) hi- 1 ; oRrnphloB tell j nlKut actress, i lioets, nuthors, re formers, lecturers, teachers, preach ers, doctors, law- vers and society liellcs. hen the slender, bluo eyed, brown haired daughter of tho keeper of Llmo Hock llRlit ulvcloseu pen chnut for dashing forth In n frail skiff, whleh sho propelled with tho speed of tho wind, to rcscuo strong men whom fato somehow placed at the mercy of the waves, moralists, with a touch of facetlousness, exclaimed, ''Where Is the emancipation of wonrn to end?" for that was long ago...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 May 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR ft I'Uni.lsiiHti li Villi? ItllMIHIX IIXOKI'T MIX 1 1. IV. n OWWfS , MUNI It I.V AIIVAMIIl. VOL Ml. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TPBSUAY EVItNING, MAY 15. 189.). NO- .IJ. ...................... S y . t -V I) r ,4- "Si ' The Hawaiian Star. I'UULtSHBU BVBRY AFTKKNOOH KXCBPT SUNDAY 11V HIE HAWAIIAN STAR NKWSPA PVH ASSOCIATION, Ltd, RIImCHIITIOM lUTlfl. loi year In Advance, - - f..00 IVt Month In Advnnco, - .oirlgn, per Year In Advance, - - 12.00 AllVKIITlStNO IIATF.S! Union lor transient nnd regular advertising ran bo obtained nt tlio mbllcntlon ollleo, 'i'osecuro iirompt lncrtlon nil advertise menu must, bo delivered at tlio llunlncs (Ulleo liefuro 1 p. in. .MKTKOUOI.OfUCAI. ItlXOIlO. Ily I lie Government Hurtry, rulillshcil Kvery Momliiy. S IIAIlOM. TIIKH. q -3 k ? f I a ly Is- s- P .no. 20.98 a I so o.oo ca I n 7B0.MIJU01 II i W O.UJ 67 4 Nr. H 8U.I3 .HUM 7u 79 'o.ul f." 7 K D'aus'suo in i tii iO.oii 67 ms IO.Sl.12.30.0S "11 i HI '(1.03 71 6 f)K 11 .O.l.l'.'lO.lW 72...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 May 1894

TUB HAWAIIAN fTATu TWBBtV?. MAT ij, "j- - Si t ' Vnt Hawaiian Star. HJtSfT MINIM Y Iff ri(H HAWAIIAN STAR H BVWA I'HR ASSbMATWH, M. Mllt,&4llltWW( MAT H OS TH Hi Advuian, - iHmrh Ih Aiiviuir. - -flrKH. tr Ymr in Adww. - .It abvmhthmku natwi: iMrfc" Mr UwnWnt nnil ragntftrarivwttNng MHi fca Ma4nd M Mm IWMIOMMi trc Toncor i"mmst lMnerttm M tuivttMu MM) MM b dmllviiwl nlih BtwlMr UH IjTc l p. m. TlMSDAY, MAY 1. 1W4, NATURALIZATION. "Xnturnli.atioii is the concession of the sovereign power of a State of the rights of citizenship to an alien. This concession, when com plete, clothes the alien with all the privileges and subjects him to all the burdens and duties of a native' born subject. Among civilized nn tious the right is constituted upon the performance of certain pre requisite conditions laid down by the country of adoption, and in volves the renunciation, by the naturalized person, of his native nllegiancc." Home never naturalized a citizen. The title Civis Komanus was ac quir...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 15 May 1894

m mmmn rmi fmafHttY. mat up, i mn criuiK TTfWIlWIlWfik H Tilll iiahaii TRIM It IHI.Y1 IM'li. AS iA l1M IIMmi-mi I'Uliefiniii SmiiMmii Mm Wtoihileil, There wrfe 107 now mm uf mnnll. jxlx nml M dentin In lllrojliliim during t1n week eliding on llio Otli Innl. M the request nf tdc Ilnwnlifin Oor eminent, nlxiut 1000 cmitrnut Inherent wilt shortly lonvo for (lint country hy tho Mllko Mnru. Tlio Jn:ineo corvello Kongo, lined ns n training idilp, left SliInnRnwri on April llltli for llitwnil, whenru ulio will proceed potulnvnrd. Tlio Yokohnma Kmhtrntlon Company, which m cstnMUhed last yenr, wns to rend April 20th li v tlio impress of China 100 laborers to Canadn. Inn light otT ltlitaka-Rtm, Wiiknyania ken, between 2M fishermen of tlint port nnd 'twenty-two of Kiahiwnda, Ir.iiml, seventeen of the latter wcro wounded. Messrs Armstrong nml tins Thames Iron Works wvro tlio only ilruis that offered tenders for tho new Japanese lliie-oMmttlo. ship. The former's tender will, It In believed, 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. — 15 May 1894

Tl lit HAWAIIAN 2?PAK. TtfilSBAY. MAY ti,ifli)4. r ftMKttt MM MtftftM TO Tt U. It DHM Hm imn ( ImMmh aMt IKlHill Ik M Prtl HillUmut IVm k IWal Hi IIm IVrtftr. RjeMOXTW aaatc lo aim by ml a.rblra menta almply. Thrf wt grat for tbe lima, l( not atrat In rmnlu Marvaloua danbi araananlcklr out dntka(ttirliM , their proper pwco , In tb chmnolnuy I n( eTwit. Thrir Iw takni I iy a kUix haokward- not forward. In bit rrry touur manhood Kr mont was In training for the life of an esplorer. lie nu KwlMant to the noTsrnmetil engl eiit who ncoanottrrrd the Cberoteti ou itrr of Tennw oi' ami the Carolina in maUdpation of wnr, and Iwcrnne at home in wild oountriew among lionler ineti and mr ua. He mw the uiitutort'd Indian in httmdy frays eiHlnre Manning nml otubliiriK i irom Keen Kmie uiwie wnu nm buimjihiu of Mhuo)lu; In mow 1ml 1 Imtties. What nw Ttril valor for them would lie glori ous courage wlien illplsyel hy white meu for n noble iurpoe. Hi outdoor life aimI excreta Inured his body to expiw...

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 May 1894

r THE HAWAIIAN STAR. riiiu.iMiiii, J HVIIItV AITHIINOO.V IIXUIII'T MUMIAY, VOL 111. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 16, i8r. J Tmi, ' jl T ft (III.VT A .Mtl.STII I.N AIV.MI1. dl i ' '.4- f ' s 1 f ivV' HA, tf flfS- ' The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED BVBRY AFTUKNOON KXCt'.PT SUNDAY liY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. MtnSClUITlON llATl.S. Pet year In Advance, ... - t"UX Per Month In Advnnco, - roiclgu, per Year In Advance.- - 12.00 AUVF.ItTlS'lNO HATES! Hates lor transient and regular advertising ran bo obtained at tho publication olllco. Tosccuro prompt insertion all advertise ment must bo delivered nt Hie Iluslness Ofllco before 1 p. m. MI'.TIIOKOUHIICAL ItlXOItlJ. Ily (lie Government Suney, Kverv Moliilrt'. l'ulillslied TUKH. K I X 1 mm. .Mon Tuo. Wd 'I Im Frl. Sat. 30'3 29.63, no 0.00 80.01 M 01 iSO.ia'.kUK so o.ou f!l 0.011 "0 j 81 (1.03 .U 13 30.0!) 72 SO ,0-01 71 81 10.01; 3o.i8:ao.n Harometer corrected for temperature nnd elevation but not for la...

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 May 1894

2 THE HAWAIIAN STAR, VRDNBBaY. MAY C, 1894. I'll Hawaii. x Star. PUllMailBI BVMY APTBHtHION UXSHI'T SUNDAY Hr" Tlltt HAWAIIAN 8TAK NKWil'A PBK ASSOCIATION, l,M AWfiivn .loiifftJToXH. - mmR. iMIHWmllTION HATIM. -11 Vwr In Adtwwa. - -I'M MSntll lH AllWWH. - .1 rmlfi, r Ycnr In Artvnnre. - - WX ADVBHTHIMO HATW. Ikllc lor tmnsteiit rihI rRiilnrn(lvrtllrH! mhi Us obwiliiod nV th iiubtlmtkin ulllw. l"oourc prompt Insertion ll ailvertle irUtit mint !e tHlVMwl ntlho HiHiiem I Wipe before 1 1. m. WMDKKSDAY, MAY 10, 1894. THE JAPANESE QUESTION. The relations between the Japa nesc and Hawaiian Governments are daily becoming more interest ing and important. There remains not a shadow of doubt the Japanese have deter mined, if possible, to obtain the franchise in Hawaii upon the same terms granted Americans and Kuroneans. This demand has been made since 1887 when they were excluded therefrom by con stitutional amendments. It is true the Japanese were not at first in sistent 011 the point, but th...

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 May 1894

m TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, WflDN - rti iiiit ,........ I 1 - - - i &.I1VI.K AAiMVIvKSAKV, AT tiikiipiiiia not.:. DEATH IX TUB CHI'. twhstv-iivi: wans 01 ni.iivioi:. I'AITIII til. Prrariiliillnii In Mr. tlrnrun Itnhrrtaou, .MaililKl-r nf llrmrr & Cn liy rrrftlilcht JriliPA. This morning Mr. (Jcorpo II. Itobcrt bom, niniiiiKt'r of tlic old liouso of C. Brewer & Co., was taken by surprise. TI10 directors and some of tbe stock holders assembled ttt theofllce, mid Mr. 1. C. Jones, President of tliu company, presented Mr. Robertson, who lias for n Himrter of a century been connected with tbo establishment, a, box of solid Bilverwnre, containing one dozen each of tea, desert and table spoons, two dozen forks and a soup ladle, all inaiked "H." On tbo outsido of tbe box is a silver plate, upon which tbe following la neatly engraved: u n ; 1S94. I'ltraR.NTKIl Til UKOIUIE II. HOItKUTSOX Ii- O. Brewer & Company (I.'t'd.) on completion of tneiity-lite )ears' of service for (be compuny ...

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 May 1894

Ill llAWAfmft f, WIlDNMtSDAY, MAY ifi. 1894. I run MMivsLou iNtrtKOT or thi TtATHCMD TRIM. Wlinfllililrellinil Without .'uinlt, Chart orH.Jrt INirn Oithlrt tnlrmllna IVct tttmnriilng TluHr Mlgmtlom An Vttrw plnttirO l'mlilf-m nfNatiiral IIMnr?, t&fwelAl l'orrf"ndpnw. MKXICO, Mo.. April 17. Living on the tr of the divide between valleys of the ,MMIhI and the MimotiM rivers, 1 no lHt thl tborn nrc many blnlii thnt unj fAHWI both north nml nouth of mo Hint mf mnif im ny way Thwo two Krtut MtmnM nn Mich uplondld guide to tke mtemnto that mm do not wander far frstn Uitn In their journeys. I havo never CAROLINA WREN, boon nliln to fieo or honr of tho great Cnro Una wren In my county, though It pusses nml abides Iwtli onst nml w est of s. In tlio fnrtlior onst the Atlnntlo const fur nishes a similar guide, nnd the New Jersey water front, pcrhapi on account of tho sudden dcllectlon of tho coast line thero, nlxHimli In tho spring with returning birds. While birds thus nvall themselves of...

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 May 1894

4 THE HAWAIIAN STAR. iiimtiM t e t'ltfrt .t momiii II AIIVAMIII. VOL 111. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY i;. 1894 NO. 4S- gS ' J IIVIIHV AI'IMIMKIM J 1. IIMIHI'T M'Ml.lV. ''.' .... 4 -if, V' r 'J- T ft" ; -, -A 'It ft'4 ' it-"-' ' - v K, The Hawaiian Stak. I'UULIalIKU BVIiRY APTUKNOON KXCKI'T SUNDAY MY THE HAWAIIAN STAK NRWSI'A PKR ASSOCIATION, Ltd. AllTIlUirj()1IXT().K, RMTOIl. HlinCIIIlTION llATHS. Pel Vcnr In Advance, -Per Monlli In Advance, -Witrlgti, per Year In Advnnco.- s.00 .- 13.00 AIiVKhtisimi iiatkh: llntes lor transient und rogularailvcrtlsliig enn lio obtained at llio publication oinco. Tosccuro prompt Insertion nil advertise ment must ho delivered nttho lluslncss lltllco beforo 1 p. m. MKTHOltOl.OtllC'Al. ltlXOItl). Ily tlia (lot eminent Hurvey, l'ulills livery Momluy. HSItOM. I Tllfc.lt. Ql 3 mm. .Mon M'lle. WM Tim Frl . Sat. n M.ca 2ii.su ta HO 0.00 Mr, Ntt HK NK NF. k-nk kf. 7 30.01 JU 01 in; so o.oo H3u.ia:UN 9 htalSW.lO lost i.i2 sct.w li hw.ia ...

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 May 1894

Vttm Hawaii aw StaM ...... - I MMtttMtO VT APTMNOON Milt MMMMlr W iDI HAWAIIAN STA HWMA. im mmmaiivni w EDITOR, HP A4VMM. - - , rr TMtr la AdviHM. - HMO Mr ttMMNnt no ruRukM- 4Trttal M fee ablahMd itt tiw fMMiatumi onm. ftiman prampt tnwrilon H dvertt'- MMW watt be drttvwwt lit Mw BualncM tip m. TUUK81UY, MAY 17, THE CONVENTION. The Constitutional Convention wilt meet on May 30th. Its re Sjtoniibilities will be great and its work will either mar or more nearly complete the political evolution Haaun on the 17th of January, 1893. We have reached a point where stability of Government means reorganization. As political dcvelopemcnt dc A " I pemls largely on the limits of the Constitution the settlement of the fundamental law naturally precedes the growth of the new political system proposed for Hawaii. The results of the coming convention will, therefore, be necessarily far renching and the best states manship will now be needed to avoid blundering, which, at the present time, would bp ...

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 May 1894

mm momMus mm mwmo AT, Ukt t 1), 1 k - , 1111 11 1 mtr Sr 4" MitAgtrM I1l.lt nr'itttnim. At irritmi v 9wit wnHwim r nm iiriivM i liefWwc ill lit lr1Fe Wt! Intailsf, llirftnn Sftiit-1 wh ymi weitld nllBW irin t tlawk l MM mrtllnlly ytrnr Srniin1tiii, wUtt mmou-Mly hide lilmmlf umttr llio lnllHknf A. J. A., for Oh iiifornmltofi lit, kindly furnishes your n-ntlers Wednesday on Theosophy. Hliielilatlou on the subject Is nlwajs welcome. At lhj sumo time, nnd tliouph it In a matter (it lowlly wry lltllu coiinipjenit', I would like to ak or your lmKirlinlity tlio favor or llio llooron psrsonal grounds. A, J. A. says that my statement in tlio HTAIt tluit, ' riieosnpliy la not n religion," w ill be4'ncw to well Inforincil TlicosophisWi." Now, ci Idently A. J. A. did nut nt all size the glut of my re marks. Tlio former editor of llio fSTAIt had accused Thonniplilsts of being "modern esoteric Buddhists," (what ever that jtimhlu of words may mean), tlmt is to Bay, ranio kind of m't whose "high p...

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 May 1894

T 1 - . . 1 I 3 fm t. Mitt ttl, 1 outt mn ifev PtdciuMt mm t HttMMtO UftOMMKlftT H Anwrt" rt (loll 1 M tit ntMWun of NaMI rtk fm and HMMM II to thr Mitteni I Of Nat MMM IMM4 tatunr. tmt MM tap I liaaynil iw arman a Ml nmicnat tMn wrrr made trm In Kiadr i.ttruMrrjr ww mil mm of On haa "omtiMldTy palm 1 liwhcn rtn-p," and th aktrt (Ivi- rania around Th Mtra Haa Hi. The othnr had a ' ' roar vine pat lam" msrhlii to thf vory top, and thin jnrt was alan five rnrdft anmnd and onat fW Thm m anoihrr inr tn iar with NEW SILKEN I MHI"klHI i a morning role, whlth In thow ilnys wan lft opon In fMnt on purpose to show the i tkirt. Thin one wna made of linen Iawii, , with cliuten of 10 tuck each between royrn of "wheel pattern" cmbroldereil In 1 Mrtlon, und the heni wMNAorkedln "mtln stlteh double on11op." The tuck nml I lneertlou reached the waist on the front ' heawlth of the aktrt, but only to the Xnetw uti the four bock breodtlii. Thl "olemmt i HHrnient" Mt $80- All thin work, It must I be uu...

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 May 1894

' juiwuippfpi 1 THE HAWAIIAN STAR. tutelar t- satr -rx.!: a Vol. III. IIONOl.Ut.Lt. HAWAIIAN ISUAXU. FRIUAV tWIIKIXO, MAY m itvj r i it Hawaiian Stak. T'UlllilStlHB HVBWY ArTKMNOON iWtiUPt HUNtMY UV TI1M HAWAIIAN STAR NEWfcPA. rUM ASSOBlATtON, Ltd. NVMOH JnlMMniKH, arewjiiiiTii hatha. I'm Vmt hi Aavaim, - - - - two I'm Man Hi In AdrRnw, - huirtoa. ir Yinr In Artvnn.- - ltd AiivmiTiiimi iutm: Hales lar tMnstonI nml raaHlaradvertWhg con bo obuMlinl ill tho ubllHtloii oHlee. 'fatemiro iwmpt Insertion nil advertise ments must be delivered nttlie Huslness Olllpebaoral p. in. Jim IMIUOI.dlllOAI. ItlX'DIll). Itj- (lie lloverillili'iil Nnrvcy, rulilUlirt llvrrv Monday. iuiiom. Till ". i I u a If run. Mini Tim. wd Tliu Krl. rial. M!2!I.V1 HI "l.'.ni;ioi m nlfti.13 to 9l IS.'SMIII ill so o.iio! cs m lo.im 67 ;ii o "I (17 Til O.Il 1)7 M 0.03! 71 Hi ,(MI1 li'l I1 'O.Ull 61 4j nr. 4 M! 7 Mi 6. JK A' NK liBUti.u to ii .iu.ilno.ui n isltu.ls w.ill !1 filK-M! 41 nr. Ilarnmeter corrected for teniior...

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 May 1894

!m Hawaii it An. t mm tumtmm mm mm t( M iw m Mnm, -iM 9mm m mw, , p Tmt M Ad mm flmiUna alt atartft wt b mnvttvA Milk fhwWM ip. m. WttUAY, ujAPAttMft MAY IH, MM. AMD CHIN HAWAII. Wc fican thetoUowiag fecu ooo the prawnt rcUttwM bc- Tmwm nd Hawaii IKmm MBi-oAdtl MMfCH The Tapaiwte OovrMRMHl MMitdft the frmtchinc for its )Mfil Mridettt in Hawaii, diplomatically of ooutM. by iiitqretiiiR th kvortd nation clauae to mean thai their aubjecU should have the Mttie political an well ait commercial Hivllegea extended to the subject of any other nation rewdeiit tn Ha waii, and protests againat the im migration of any more China; be Ohhc Mr. Gilwon, as they claim, guaranteed this in a correspondence now aome years old, and in the ecotid place because they fear that large numbers of Chinese and Jap aneee side by side in this country uiialit iret into difficulties which o would involve their home Govern ments. This is a small community, and those of us who are behind the Government are anxious at...

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 May 1894

IF His trn mica', i 1I Mfl AMMM It II ttMMtKff M.nlll). itHi Hut HftMsmnd, who Mt Imn IMMital MM Ml Um (taaKton ol niiMMlit iimIiiiii Ifi nmim-Umi with H HNM ggM liM Of ttw Illiedtw ltnMe armltnlfs amlti Afrim, I. now m life wiiy lhrwii the w1M f Mm Motoml wlUt n htryo parly f inn. H U ft itraMW ivfltow, mud. if of jl.lt- ol ' pntlrio und iltttiw forests nt inmiy kinds i)f Iwi, Hurtles of wild animals tire In tliB rt retell of uuuutry, still It in not M) dHMywuua n might lo mpiooil, According to thu story that leaches hero Mr. 1 1 a iti in oi i I linn undertaken to lead Ills forces from Johannesburg via tlm oM Kruul of Lolienguln, at Hulla whjii, MX) milt nwny, to Uelru, on tho count. This la 800 in ilea further, so tlint tho entire trip Involves 1,000 mite of travel. Though It Is n wild region men have been over it before, tliough not very many. The followers of King ! hengula have made it dangerous hither to to "treok," as ltaggnnl would say, in that country. Now that the King is ...

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 May 1894

aaaaanaHaBaaaaflF fTOdft HAWAIIAN iffl&IU FNffiA?. WAV .1. pom mm. IStHfe: wlJ L T. Waterhous? Mil Up. tonv or ttcn AM AWtTWAN SUMMON. mi, hy Amartran t'ma ttnti Urn rtalilt MaxrtMl. MINI k. ti rally en 7WaF' . ' iIimwMw . in hart awMnt--pn tint ti wlh 1 that fat had lvn an UIimI IB the Uu eitnuilt.T an In unwatnna ainw w fnrr HlrltfowM line Wing adren turn, hi head for Mtrd amtn aatt Again. Homi Ikiw hlii tacky atar had art vSp tin' ifriulHrtium ttaeked him to Id humble lndfhntf" after the failure of iln attempt to blow Xapolwm lit Intn itoulty by devkwa then now, bt now mm hominy lainmar Omtnt wa a well lawn Italian youth. Maaaw III" father In iliatnn for iiIIUor1 Maaonn while ho waa a child In arota, and a became a well nurmxl ruvolMtlonlat. With dtfllcnlty hla ardor wm rotirannwl by n ri& uncle, who wax htn pnitotir, kimI at M he graduatud fmtii a unlvemlty only to he arreatnl aa u principal In the mil HaaadM of 1844. He waa amtemwd to ttat naltaya tor life, but waa fili...

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 May 1894

' . . ,m THE HAWAIIAN STAR FiiTri.i?ritn ilviinV AHihitNOtSN iixtliiiT MlKllAV. v n tmwni a wnjftii I .UIV.vMm. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY KViWiNC, MAY 19. 19-1 .N't). VOL 111. 1 1 , 11 v- t. ' l?f v. j ... . . 7' The Hawaiian Star. HUULISI1BO KVBRV AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. AtlTUUR JOHN8TONK, KUITOK. BtllMClllPTlOH ItATIS. I'm Year In Advance, -IH.r Monlli In Advance, -loiclgn, per Yavr In Advance. - M.00 Ii.l ADVKIITISINO ItATKH! Kate tor transient and rogularndvertlslng enn bo obtained nt Uie publication onico. To secure prompt Insertion all advertlso IneuU must bo delivered nt the Business Ulllce before 1 p. m. MllTKOUOLOnlCAL, UKCUIII). Ily the Government Survey, I'ublLlmil : i r sun. Mon Tue. W'J Thu Krl. 30.C3 'SUM. M I HO 0.00 Ml W .0-00 NK Kit NK ME NK 8O.01 ; 01 30.13 J0.O91 711 10.1)1 'm.isac.io r icon ei 0.o3 In !ui ! .in UK 11I.IU3 SO'W, R-NR 8at. 1ZI 30.18 30.14 lo.o ME Usrometer corrected for temperature and el...

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 May 1894

SkVPUitW. MAY m 'V IHSIWfii 'A: rauMft a MM UMitrt MiTMf H Wii iiawabaw War nwwa. Tor amMIaubn. u. Aftf HMtMfM MAtWI! M In Mlrml (HUM "" tune tatot l p. m. Saturday, . may id, mu. KKST0KAT10X J)KAI). HAWAIIAN I'llllllllOTS ritioi mrrv. IIXIIMI'T UlM.Uiirt't AIIHl-"l,,,rw"l,,r," .MUilim-Unll"! Maltw Aitlmi al UltirllrhU. lite, lllr. npien of Hawaiian Vkovisionai. GOVERNMENT CONSUL-OnSEHM. San Vkancwco, iay 12th, f No. 0, IBM. Sir: I lmve received the . followinj; mensogo from the Hawaiian Location: 'Advise Hatch, l'inaucc Committee have amended tarill bill by clause ex emptlng Hawaiian products. Duty fixed on sugar 40 per cent, ad val. and upwards. This action gives assurance of friendly feeling nmong the Senate Democrats for Provisional Government Senator 0 will endeavor to pusli requests of Thurston's letter end secure early action on the Turpie resolution. He gives positive assurance against nny possibility of restoration in which his colleagues join. A number of the Finance Commi...

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