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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 May 1894

1 - 1 - X- 3 r Mill, Aiiinui Miit.v I IX ItllMIM'M' On it t rip Atiilinil Hi Mnrlil In Orriiff II Mnntli. unit Inrluil. llrrsti. Ir anil ItiilU. KlilTOII STAIlt On llio flUt llist., tlic ltcv. T. DcWItt Talmtige, the well known 1'nMnr of tlie llrnoklyn Taber nacle, together with III linn, liov. frank Talmagc, will null from Han lYaii. cIsco, r steamer Alameda, for tlm first stage of lilt "around-l he-world" Jour ' noy Dr. Tnlmago lint had this trip long la contemplation. Sovcrnl years ago, ho visited tlio Holy Land, nml In WDi lio went to Northern and Central ltussia. Only now lias lio been nhle, ninld tlie prcssitro of niuHltudinoua en gagemcnts, to find leisure to undertake tlio greatest journey of Ilia life. Ilia first stopping-placo will bo Hono lulu, from which, after a short stay, he will proceed to Samoa, thence to Tas mania, New Zealand and Australia, In tlio latter country ho will, in all proba bility, spend several weeks speaking publicly in the larger cities. leaving 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. — 19 May 1894

Till! HAWAIIAN STAK, SATURDAY, MAY to, 1894. I: iW HII II TP A Iff IVIP .f .1 nil I 11 HLTAbMACI PMACHMOH CM Him , PNVtlOAL MAUTV il). A "t I'HM IHil On Wlw Owl.l ltHiiiiHi Wllb III.M In DwMllnMt. Ilr Ijdttl llntnr und tIHj mid Clrttii' ithtMC1lirll' IWr 1111 1'nln, hUfinftlTn. April M Mm. I'mtttai' VfSb, "Slim- lmr to Thrv, U tlirtrt," MIMrinantaivNnl)' rtnttarwl than tkli jfmmlng br tlw Umnmttth at vrttm In Id HWolilii Tlwnws 11 rm ljy 0111 n W1 rnnst, whim iu- im- wramiiarr niwl hwli tttwwrrr Dr. fhliiuufe unrnttwl tlx The Milijmt of Wte mnwi win ' PMrasl of th l'atr," the tit ahmwn lie In inttmion'ii Pong t, 1(1, ' 1 1 ti H nlro twiir lovely " Tlw htinmu rn um during centurlw Uatli linpmvlliR. For nwlillo It dcllrcted MKl deajoiHitntwl, nml from nil 1 am trail for iiRim tlio whole tondoiiry wn tmvnnl htrlmrlmn. Hut under thu ever wlilcn loft and iheiwnlnff Influence of Clirl ttanlty tho tendency 1 now In tho up wnl direction. Tlio phylwd nppecirnnoo ef the liuninn neo Is K per c...

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 May 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. J t HMtftt I T ft (.'HUTS A MHSTTII IK AHV.tmitk I fc.......T- NO. .8. HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JtONUAY liVENlNG, MAY 21, iSo it iiwuir &m. msmiL wmmm .. i - r r- - . - . -3. . WP"1 mmm ..i.aa anim - aaa) WaataaaMax " 1 . s: - - .r j iwn Wi n Hir Him iMMMiriMiMi, cMMfcilubMMIaV iWKHiua ' liuSnXwt L!a- af 1. , Artr and - - - .ruri.n MMk jaalaaav ftw rJasfaWB-- w t jj.fJtf((flfcMfcJ'K8 .aW'. . e J,i iirn'. ;v..A.iinJ.t-ia j. W- f, ? f 'jJW 'a. n iiwmiiiiiirii br ,fiiHMr-W s iisfc ! .tmulr -A-l I ,ii wing Aw .fcniiiii -yf ,iij AjMlwili x IK. Aiyio&Mtir, IP IK. Ajsh- mc IK. (Mo FINE JOB WORK. HUlHtUM f BLOCK -far yfC pn, for fiytt . fart" a i , ii m n tm i vfcfa ani tin ... i r ljMtf ! anHit, BKrTTt. ' f, X. Wmx, XMurr of , ,i'k4' xVvM. X. foMm'. if.ifiiif t r Jvaux fC. tnjiC, If. It, Male Orpovil ICoxc of various . a HmiMc JUiarf wyrilwr, ftAntafa W. ff. Cam W IWji.K. Bans. twuir vr jtrtKicctririti!, tMnC rtnt?s&a, mat tHncr J. A, SMitmW(nnf" Ar!soesr ...

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 May 1894

HAWAIIAN STAR. MOItMTt MAY ft, tftn, .... . . . I ifrw Hawaii Sta. 'ZX?.'?ZL2ZZ, m MMiiiu ivuf MtMMw xtxi w tmn tarn m turn n n , h-tith -. f, T i . . - - - IMI f ' tr IMMk I A4vmm. - - IMKNMMrMTCUm lemttN )WHit itMHvUon nil 4wtiae iiMQM MM b (Mlmvad atU ulnij iMnMnnl p. m. MOXDAY, MAY 81, 1SW. THE CHINESE PETITION. The Chinese petitioners by the extraordinary document presented to the Government have placed theiiuelves in the absurd position of asking tlie highest possible favor of the Government, nnmelv the rieht to vote, mid at the time questioning the sovereign power of the Government to wuicn tney an- m. We presume this is unm tentiotmt on the part of our Chi nese friends. Mr. Horace Wright, a former employee of the Foreign Office, lias avowed the authorship oi ttie pen tion, and argues in support of the position that a foreign government can only make a treaty wttu government tie jure and not with government de facto. If he is cor rect the Provisional .Government stands recogn...

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 May 1894

wnm YBmiwv. jiiitironi mm iMnmriti.i, -mi MIIMIMII.r. IIk tml lli im ltHf-l,ll,r Itm (KHWlrf-l)), .Msslhtmli'. &iwljr iHertttftg 1Iy. llr. TwtiinMy ltriwlil tn h Iftrg ewrmthn on iim lVrfwt Mum In ChriH," tirtng IMiwImm 4 :13 at t taxL This fvriium wll appear in the Sm tii-uwrruw . Ill tlt umilmr tlw churrh wn filled frin Kilitlt to vwtllmliw. Tim largo npHiMe wm n reprownuitlvo liody I -'t'rt""1 "luor "gratis" kindly in of the Intetltfcaiit Christhiti element In I turned lliu favor by informing nnd tllbi ounituiinlty, nmrnibled for tlic (mr-! ca",nX the mrest of the nbove incrch Heof lienrlnl; Dr. Twomblv's farewell Tw" of 1,10 torekoeponi were address. The speaker, from the 1111- f",mi1 1101 K"IUJ' l,vo Wl'rn "cJ nounccn.ont of text to the cloo of his $lou WM-" nni1 co",s' Appenl Imvo remarks win slow, deiliicrutc nnd im-"'tt'11 ""led. prcdve, ami tho subject ltotntf one in 1 -Mr' Henry HennliH? will coon ho made which tho spirit of the audience Joined, j '"U'l')' in 1')' marr...

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 May 1894

TIM HAWAIIAN STAR, MGKBAY. MAY ti. H. fXl OP ORATORY i OEMS IK VtttS. , tNOtMOLi, MIlTT, COCK NJ jlMim H C 40ATC. r WAR - HWMM T Mw I4MMMW4 IMMi N ? . itMam ami m Wi (' mU CnrmsputKlrtH . 1 tRWYMiK. April Irt -Colona! Ml syklm tit uratuni nml omtorjr r M IT, macnxt KiiMuth mm in Uk IW fti, iiiMrw of pkan uddr.-. I'liMMswy M. Ospew, delivering; a nuMtHirtnl omthm l. enrroiunUl In honor of Kmwntli t Q.MT t'nlnn, New York, dwelt with al MM Nvorvnt eluqucarv upon thn pow thfl Hunsrin pntrto., IntlmMInK tfctt It wn due In grrat manure to hi tarwvtaned appeals for tbn freedom of JttUiflMT Mid her people that tbi patriot gftliml hi Influence to mold hU ntuntry- MMU to his view. One of tho blet of Atnerlonn editors, titmKolt asproker of no llttlr charm, In do rtritfnit Ktwmitu's vltiqmnuo. Mid that It auuetl him lo think of John Randolph' tlwcrlptlon of tho oratorical power of O'Conncll, tbelrlahiiMriotandtafoMiMUi. Randolph mtld aftur hearing O'Conncll, "Tl.lnl tho man, thww art) tho Up, t...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 May 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR I'UIII.ISIIUK r.vimv ai'tkiimiox K.XCIll'T NU.MI.VV. HIII.MSI rt un.vi4 A moxhi IN A 1 1 VA Ml Ik I .4 4 .4 VOL III. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUILSUAY EVIiNING, MAY 1894 NO. 49- ha AS The Hawaiian Star, PUBLISHED EVERY APTKRNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY ' BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. . AllTHTIIl .initNMTnVI.!. EDITOIt. BltUSCKIrTION HATES. I'et Ycnr In Advance, -Tor Month In Advance, -foielgn, per Yoar In Advnnco,- (9.00 .75 13.00 AnVEiiTiaiNO hates: Kates lor transient nml regular advertising ran be obtained til tlio publication olllco. Tosccuro prompt Insertion all advertise ments mint bo delivered at the Business tllllpo before 1 p. m. Mi:TKUIlULOniOAl4 llECOKI). Ily the Government Survey, Evnry Monthly. g HAHOM. TIIKIt. M H Q 3 J g k a I II i P b g f j ; LL ti-i 1511.1. L 1 30.26 TO 20 7S 70 0.00 05 4 MR 4 14 30.20 U0.20 71 7 0.00 63 8- 4 NE 3 16 30.51 isMS 07 79 O.ll) 67 S NK 8 11 30.17 30.07 W) 78 0-01 fili 0 KB 4 17 30.18 80.07 00 78 0.01 M 8 N....

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 May 1894

TFIR HAWAIIAN STAU. TlJIlSLUVj MAV B3 1894, few iff jPttR Hawaiian Staii. UXOHI'T SUNDAY fc&ltfY til a HAWAIIAN 8TAH HKWhA. PKR ASSOCIATION, t.U. KlttTOR. ntlluClillTlsx HATW. I'S Vmr In AflTOlH. - M0 ifli 1 1 I. 1 .. 1.1- AtlYKIITtMNO IIATW! UhIm lor tromlent nnil remilnrmlvwtWn rn bo obtnlnctl l ll publlonlKm nnwe. 'JUmiito Iirumpt lnwtlon U ftdveftlw- rtlcilU mmtto deltverwl ntllio BnlnM lilllco before 1 p. m. TtlKSDAY, MAY 1S94. TnssitssiMO "their souls in x patience," as tUe bulletin suggests, isa political virtue which "loyalists" will have time to tcacn uicir emm rcn's children while waiting for the "disintegration" of the annexation ists and the restoration of the nion archy by Uncle Samuel. Royalists are at present lament - ing that both injustice and defeat have fallen upon their cause, owing chiefly to the persistent nusreprc sentatioiis abroad of press corres nomlciits. It is to be noted this "voice of lamentation" has only been heard in the land since Presi dent Cle...

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. — 22 May 1894

JM. TWUJIIH.V'S SlllWIOiV.'" "'" " -f ii . jfiitHMAr HiifM." Ah.1 it I tint unti "Til 11 I'Kltl l or nil) MAX IN 1 HUM II. oiiitisr," Hir- rrt-itt-lii-r l'lfst-Ms n "plirrr Wnrttiy r Atlitlntitriit-lii llli llllltRf. Kpli. 4 staj "Till wo nil como In tlio unity of tli faith, ntul of tlio knon-b ciIko of tlio Son of Uotl, unto u ier feet iimnj nniu tlio nii'iiMiro of tliu stature ot tliu ttilliirss uf Christ." People nru very nit to tpcak of tlio nttiilnnuiits which souls slinll inako here-nfter. fit, Paul win accustomed, IioWhvit, to tn II; much of it perfection which should hu soiicht on enrth. This Ueu is included in the text, "Until wo all como unto a perfect man," atsmnitii; Ijy this the obligation and tho hopo of becoming, In our hu manity, iiko our divino Lord, It is very certain that only In this world can wo develop into perfect men anil women; theiefore, the reference of the Apostle in this passage must be, at least in part, to the beliovei'f likeness to tho perfect human c...

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. — 22 May 1894

riiii Hawaiian Stak, turkoay may a, hum J. T. Watsrhousi Quocn Street Stores, kmmmmm nut mntvt lPMt i halt MMM MMMiltM, MILLINERY pan CO C3 it. Ha g in im il9Hto law H Wuwmkdm mn awe, j M IMt- MM aaat Mwralhll. n i l. i.imiw ur Ifcw4 law aw mm to i si' k.) MM m pMM amM tw atrM MaMMai M MNfHM ta WftrtlMt Ht m Mrf bant MImImIi MtiMtMMaf which 1 writ 1 W" rot. I tth tattnad mrrvr Mom the, aatttr Aft MmlM. w4U I mt Maw at uw tow nt AlNqqiic . k plan at amall tmporuotf. Ma aaamla InbaMUnt dM not MM M at that tin? "f the proamrftr the llllil it woaM hriait to It. Of k fnaabuloa of 1JW0 1 do not lUuk M Fr Americana, or "whlt," they walai rat ta mil tknl, thmh mmt at lb N'm- UtoiouM wan iw fair u Mir of Mar fMiJ Th BMtority, however, atamed a aMeaic Indian ami wmKtinM ti'tfro The navent of Mraagers in those days was ahntTW aeJabrated by n fandanpo. and as taa Xmr MMlraa. like the old Mexican, oataia ara exctedtnaly fowl of dAneing tlita farm of etitertalnmeut was kept up nlatmr so Hxur as l...

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 May 1894

TAR t'UIU.lSIIKI) KVIIIIV aitiiii.noon HXUIiPT SUNII.VV. lllllMMl rt tiunq A .MiltfTIt IN AIIVAMIM. it. VOL 111. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAV 23. 1894 NO. 50. THE HAWAIIAN S Safe: ft . 9k v i 1,V 7. i !$- v. The Hawaiian Star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY UY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPA PER ASSOCIATION, Ltd. AftTIlUIl JOIISHTONK, KDITOU. armscnirrioN hates. Pet Year In Advnnco, .... fg.oo Per Month In Advance, - .75 Soiolgn, per Year In Advance.- - 13.00 advf.utisi.no hat eh: Untes lor transient nnd regular advertising 1 can bo obtained al the publication olllco. Tosecuro prompt insertion all advertise ments must ba delivered attlie Duslness Olllce beroro 1 p. in. It KTKOllO LOfllOA I. IlKCOll I). lly tlie Government Survey, Fubltslieil livery Monday. e-jg uahum. nTn. u j ?' T - g H S B C 3 i : f 1 5 -(Sf f ? f JLJLJL Ji.H In J J. L oun. 13 30.211 .10 3) 72 79 0.00 65 4 Ne " T .Moil H 30.21) :W.a) 71 7S O.im C3 8-4 NE 8 Tuo. 13 30.21 T.15 07 Til 0.IO r7 ...

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 May 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WltOttflSiSXV, MA 03, 1894. Jr.iT, i.t ..... t'UHlilSllHO BVHHV AKTHRNBON HXCHI'T SUNDAY BV inn Hawaiian star nhwspa. I'UR ASSOCIATION, Mil. ElttTOB. mirwcitirr 101 hatem. U"r Yenr In AdVHMM, - - - tMO IHr Mentli In Aitrunc. r M AtlVKIlTIMKU HATW tVltl LKJ OUIAlIlon IU IHO Iiu.MIW.mm .mvx. 'fomuro pnmiH liimtlnu nil mlvwllw rnentu mint bti delivered t llio Btuliiw Offim before 1 p. in. WBDXKSDAY, MAY 28, 1891 Wit gladly note the continued activity of the American League The Radical element in Hawaii can do no better than continue under the leadership of Mr. T. B. Murray. Although that body is made up, in cart, at least, of elements which might, through mistaken zeal, cripple the good work of the organ ization, the patiiotic course of its leaders during the last campaign commends their intelligence and fidelity. Tiiosii who support tne pro position to grant the franchise to Asiatics are at present kept busy through the medium of the Royalist Dress. endeavoring to 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. — 23 May 1894

'Till HAWAIIAN StAU, MRtifcDAS. MAS fi 1894. ft V Dll. ITOllll.rs SKIMIOX. Willi I'Hlii iirr max l iiiimtr," iint iiiiiMii, llin 1'irarhrr I'm-mmI. n .NIimii Wmlli) ii f Allnliimriit -In III I iiinff r Iimi "Till wo nil cotno In tlio unlly of (do fnitli.ntitl of llio knowl edge of the Hon of find, unto n vt feet innii) unto llio inoasuro of the stature of tliu fullness of Christ." (Coiifiniri from yeslciilai.) Now hero do wo detect llmllntlon, or dcslro further expression of nliillty to (co things ns they arc. Tlio rarest eoinmon eno and tho utmost discretion nro manifest In every word and action, lit! toners nbovu all tlio great men of history In each soparato trait of charac ter, at tlio saiuo time harmonizing nit theso traits and intensifying their grandeur hy surpassing overy inero I human model, In that most dillicult of I alftho virtues-iiatlent endurance, for a 1 treat end. of unmerited suffcrlnc. "That yo may he erfect and entire, lacking nothing," uid at. l'aul, "let l'utie...

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 May 1894

1'IIK HAWAIIAN ST AH. U'itDNRSDAY. MAY at, l8.)4. ttrmmo mas Mtemte immnmly iV TNI BXMMtTIOM. 1 lnnxHrtu n Aft ntftt I limn l I"HI 'ilinmiilHMl I In- INMmlt Ml " f lh l'lr Ar tWI. Tkiaeatloniil effort nf the Columbian jftyotfam ufinn Ihv Amerimn pvople an iinl(r otmrvablr In mitnjr rilmttona. It ) HMultotlr qulrkonrd the MtlMIe lm IWttei nmlnpfm-lntlimirf the bmritlfulftl lntant In the tvt tniwwof our potm tntloti, bwndiw linincmumbljr enlnrtrltiK their Intorwrt In Krlvntlflc ami Industrial noMcrcmroM, thereby opening tip new HMnnmi of miterpriiw t hut have almdy led to kuialhle mult. Nor n It iflwli con- flnwl to miy one motion or to any one cl at our people, ltn lntlueiim linvo Wn wMepmMl nml manifold, ami even thow who were unable to visit tho exposition anil thow who apparently tnk no Interest In It linve ln tillable to escape IM iwner leeiit contagion. No other grent enter prise ever lnaiRiimtl 1mm totter fiillllleil the promise made In It bcliald Niitunil ly enough perhnrnono ...

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 May 1894

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. ft. S WW llllll.lslllill mimv ai'tuiimmw ll.MJIII'l MIMIAV. 1 IIIMtH C , .MO. NT 1 1 I.N .tltVA.MIIk .4 , VOL 111. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 24, 1894 NO. j 1. 5 7 fiiti Hawaiian Star. I'UULISIIKO UVUHV AFTERNOON KXCBPT SUNDAY UV TUB HAWAIIAN STAR NI'.WSPA I'BK ASSOCIATION, Ltd. ATITHUH JOHXHTOXi:, ElUTOII. fUtlMCIltniOM HATES. I'e. Ycnr In Advance, - - - - M.00 Per Month In Advnnco, - .75 I'oiclgn, per Ycnr In Advance. - - 13.00 Anvr.iiTiMNO hatfh: Itatcs lor transient nnd regular advertising rnn lie obtained Dl Ilia publication ollk'o. To secure prompt Insertion nil ndvortlse mciiU must bo delivered nttlie Business Olllco beforo 1 p. 111. .MHTKOItOI-OUIOAI. UlXOItl). Ily the Clot eminent Survey, 1'ublUheil Kverv Monday. mm Mdii Tile. W'.l Tim Krl. is aojaiiao.a) 72 0.00 UK NK NK nb H3o.ai:w.ai V MM M'.lft l 30.17 M.U7 lTtai.tsso.irJ lx .10.11 :to.O!i 0.1H 117 I 79 m ;s 1,11 7H 113 i 7'J 68 I 77 ,0-01 0.01 0.03 10.13 N-NK 5.10IN-NBI 8at.l u...

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 May 1894

flili HAWAIIAN STAR, TI1UIUK5AV. MiV nt, f, 4" Hp I Hit Hawaiian Star. M MMir MIKkAr W TMM HAWAIIAN TA mwa- 6f I artht h iimmrmnH, mutok. 1 Vmmr t AdviML .... MM K l MoMtti In Admnoe, - Br, MMkra, per Tew I A4Mm. - .It 1M fmm Mr tnHMMnt imit mralrnrtltH Mm to oMahMd ri Uw twMloMhwi . To noun prompt lMwrtlciK all dwllw nwrnW mnt be MlwNd MUM Biwlnwm UMra bdtrre 1 p. m. tfHUHSDAY, 34, mu LATEST F0K151GX XBWS. HltAZtl. .SUMMINIIH ltUI,.TIO. WITH VOUTIMIAI.. (Ircnt I'lro hi llotiiii-1l. .Mi . tljnrlnllip Act I" llflirlnis Sea-lre1miii Mill Support flerniuliy. Utc. AVawun'otos. 1). C. May 14. The Brnalllnn minister received a dlsviati'l tn.il.iv from Kio announcing that the uresldent of Iirazil hail suspended tliplo- matio relations with Portugal anil hail ordered the llrazilian legation nt Lisbon to withdraw. It is said that this is tho result of the conduct of tho Portuguese vrarBhl in connection with da Oania 8Urrenftr. In an interview tlw Brazilian minister said the action of his gov...

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 May 1894

TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR. TlltfKllMV. MAV . 1894. If 1 fTWw fin i tin ntf iiim iMMt Milt UUillll' IT IIIWMlllli iitll.NfH A1 HIMIII.AH U'llil.MffllAV. .MUllll.MI nitf"HH) ttlli 1 1 r. Itnln I.i-,i-m SThI Iiii- HMpn4-,llllllHllllll lnr .ijHiltiltiii-tita, Itlr The Hoard of Hmllli met In regular sr-tnlon yostenluy nflfnmoii, Theio were profent lion, V, 0. Sinitli, presi dent, Dr. Miner, Dr. Cooper, ngont Hey nolils, .1, T. Wittorhoino Jr., Thoo. 1". Lnusing nnl Jiilin 15nn. Dr. Woddlek n visitor from Kmmi also attended t lie meeting. Tlio president lirouglit to llionotlco of tho Hoard tliat correspondence was being continued with Dr. (loto regard Ing particulars of his methods of treat ment nml Inflating that Im remain for n time longer. Dr. (loto had visited the president. Ho was dlssatislled and said ho would not remain unless given c year's contract ut least. Ho also do. cllned to give particulars covering his treatment in that would bo giving out a family secret. However, hi later cor r...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 24 May 1894

HIHBHHHHHHHHP' TUB HAWAIIAN ST AH, THURSDAY, MAY 94, 1894. ' GORDON'S S0.ir.IM13. ON MAMTt UNt TO ft A IK mcoi of prrtMOURO. THC lit Own Mtj nt 1 ltriiHi nml nf tit AmwiH him I IVIlHff - A HtHtHiig WmMtf 1t !.nt tlaOli' ('Imfr I n Ur Hit Mar Htitl Itfir. tion. HAMATIC Ittl lont of th )vt (Up of tlw wnr lMlong, rn at till ynU to un written IiUtory. 1 11 ' Unnkm, tin Stone WlUI JlW'KPOIl or ISO l 5, tells tho fctory from tho leo tntv platform to rnmtituml audi- cnc, although we nrr now In the thirtieth , ymt of ptnoc. Tho following tlwertptlon 1 of the fnmou Attack which ho hxl ngalnst flrant'fl linen nt IVtowlmrgt March S3, IMS, I hoard froni hlsown Hrw In 187, j and ntouttfeit tlmo aiinthtT auditor, Hon ry W. Grady, put It in print In tho col- 1 Uinn of war nnnnla in the Philadelphia 1 Time. Having Ihwu n participant on tho , Union side In repelling the iwsnult, tho narration wn ono of thrilling Interest to lit. In the following extracts from Tho Time articlo nro given tho chief joi...

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 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. — 25 May 1894

MTWTrai 1 Mil .11 iilWMnrriMBrTr-"- r: :g !? 1 TUB HAWAIIAN UTAH. 1-1(1 DAY. MAY i&,. f t; Mamiak Stak vmumm Bvanv At MM ft MWMf . tl "TUB HAWAMAH TK MHWPA. PiK AMtMlATHtH, bM. AHMUR JOMWHToHH, WHTOn. . i tm t aomii, .... mm kMla. mm- Tar Im Adwrn. - Hum kt MWHMHt mm( rwntorwlmtMnR Tjimin mmM lHMrtlon all tMlvf14e- (Mkalntoraltk . FHTdAY, - MAY 5,"l8tM. fK nultc agree with our morn ing contemporary in regard to the military establishment of the Gov ernment. No one can question the importance and efficiency of the regular force, but we advocate an equally generous encouragement of the volunteers aud trust they will receive that recognition, in the ex penditure of the appropriation, to which they are fairly entitled. Tim Queen's Hospital is a public institution, practically a chanty, and its servants aud attendants should be required to recognize this fact, if they have not already. and assist in every way a recogm tion by the public of the usefulness and value of the institution....

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