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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 3 August 1893

i i PAOK MANY iMl I H tllii I M 'l nil III- it Abbi i ii'Tiuiiii' ''mull Wiuuti iiitinh Cwnn.il Abbrrlimtrfttt. .fin Moi rtietnnri THUS, (i. THRUMS UP TOWN New Furniture Store, THF THE II fc H 'A .11 W VI A H I III KM., u UUlHl PRESS Publishing ROBINSON BLOCK. Hotel Street, between Fort and Nuuanu !Sts. Ifl imw KMttl Nil bwlMMi anil ha- in stock the hnrvi assortment of I 1 , V L.i.i I I sw her homr fi'vm tinging m bool ih ctr.i I A MMMMl K.jrr lim I,. . I ncvct heard: She m MpMM in tha choir, in l I i iltmn ls, Anl when e nnssoMd tmi voice nllci thai holy i i Tnt tenor nl the al'o nrr had the dighttrt chance Kr Marjr's upper rtgistei mad every !. trl vtrinn dance And. at for me. I shall n 1 bMSJI and yc I'd have vu know I tang a very likely lav hen I was Mare'a beau. On Kriday ijghta I'd drop an unit 10 inak- inv weekly call. And though I came lo visit her. I'd Inn see 'em all' With Mary's mother Mtiinc, hen and M.irv - father there, The conversation never faggvd to lar .- I'm aware...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 3 August 1893

mi. hinksk nonnr;n .Wll UM HOW AN OPIUM si Ki II WAS CONDUCTED A Prfttjr Chmnvvoman 1 i IK What thr Police and Thru Informers Did in Her Room Tin ase of the Rovtoi nnl ( . veltl ment vs. Chang Mun, Wong Chon and J. L, Xavier, Cm midicry. i mm up yesterday nllorno, n in the liistiut Court, ('. V slil nl appearing tot the prosit tin n aiul t CeetftltOfl l the defense. It appearing that the real name ol the person arrested .1 Honn Chong is Ah Dick, anil thai he is not the Hong Chong mentioned in the CMnplaint, ll cast IgaiMt him was dismissed. The principal witness in this case is Wr'ong Shee. 1 prett) eighteen (real -old Cuincai Mrocaan with pink cheeks, K ng RngM nail-. plastered haii and other attributes ol Chinese feminine beauty ('hung Kwai, the 1 1 1 -1 witiios ti sti fied as follows : I am a fireman on a tug and live near China engine house. On the evening 1 I J Illy 17th 1 I I the tug and lett the ho,, sc in h.ire of my wife. Hud $120 in the house. Saw it list on the Sin day pr...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 3 August 1893

I ,in m viia III KM I HUH Wu 1 1 1' i in i hi fnm ,t, .fU'iili"iiiiiiit' 'tnri.tl .A'l' 1 : fin, 111 1 IlKMHdlW Pri.lll. . ' i.li.rs. , 0M I hoit ii Mtttm ' i 4MH l'i Hi Iwrn ihIim,i m MM KtMK li maivtl iiiiimi'K i oh i I Irirn to n) Iron il m Messrs LfM fc IV, tl.' flic i suit cm ih' nih b h lOO I'., h "in I'll l 1 l V i ' rt.li imttuctkms wherr In n ni hi in do. There M tift I Hit m i ol AtltiulaaU in Irwin 111 ii ' i imgtncieo. and the piarc o4 itn ii who was not utviul .i- nptl) (ill,, i 1 1,, i i Aft) i eniilo)i! I in lit 1 1 airlwi li' , ll il ii it was laMd thai n house in I .i don i nulil liiiinri RtoK lli.m i O ii Mta!1- LfOHt MfMd I . mil I'N l '! ing ninht and da) in a buildins , ) m'i urcd. thi'Y pltiavrcd 8,i Ktt more than MM actual h required I'hcn hall a tot) "I Nf WDCfttta WK bought, anil ,1000 pints nl CMtM to no with them VT) MMll (MMHitil I spirits mn i Mawmcd in proportion to the MMBbtl pawtlU, C0M and light wines bfblfl ni't m requlaltiofi Mm were at wurk all 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. — 4 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. IBKM', HMY CENTS A MOM IN Al) AM I vol.. i. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: FRIDAY KVKM .. AUGUST I. 1893. SIX PAOI No 110. midi itnto hvnnv MtMUNNW HXCRPT SVHtM V OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT Oh I HE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS EXBCUTIVS Council. H. Iulc, President ol ihe Pim im'hi.iI Qol eminent of the Hawaiian Islands, and Min islet of Kureie.ii AHnir,. J. A. King, Minister of the Intiini. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. ' ' -oi.ih Afirne (.er.i ral Al'VlsORY COUNCIL. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President ol the Provis ional Government ol tin Hawaiian Island-. Cecil Drown, E. I). Tenney, John Noll, C. Ilolte, F. W. McChesney, W. K. Allen, James K. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Ed. Suhr, A. Yosnsg, J. P. Mendonca, K. M. Hatch. John Enimeluth. C. T. Kodrjers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory t 'onncils. suprkmb Court, Hon. A. I'. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. F, Hickcrton, h irst Associate Justice. Hon. W. K. Freer, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Fred...

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. — 4 August 1893

The ii.va miah Eh m I'lllil IMlhK HVbK Al IHKMK'N BX( I'PT SUNDAY BY T 1 1 H HAWAIIAN S 1 A K Nl- M' A I't-R S LI BSC R 1 1' I ION R ATI I Pel . il III A ' II , J'l'Hl Pw MiihiIi in llvsn ( M AI1VI.K rtSINl, RATES may te it.i:nc.i at iik punn. aii"n im ll.ll Telephoni Nutiilwi 237 Mutual 365 FRIDAY AUGUST 1. 1W3 THE SI MM KOH1CS IN SUMMUR. ffcc habit of the American touriM fuiriL' mirth in Slimmei anil south in winter, thinking that thereby ho lecufe the most bodily comfort and satisiai tion, is SO lirml Axed that it may now be outside tit- pale uf modification reform And vet, it he would try desirable nortions ot the ocean I) und south in June, uljf and August, h would find that nothing the othei get graphical extreme could oft'er him in the way Ol COOinetl ami ease ol liN would equal the conditions that stir lound him nt.irer to the tropica. An nually we have seen the leisuic 1 lass migrate from the seaboard of Southern California to the pleasure resorts of New England, the MiddU ...

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. — 4 August 1893

Tltl II W Ml . I K, I UtA U 14 i ' IX ' -A I tr-.fl.CV.tl MhIKnU'i,I'.. I t rptntv la l)rn'n' ' otvIii Not Inn lfrr hi' tlritri tri rmi ntn li M'c II Mai ' n "ii ' il thr lAimlcin "Urn "i l'hyn in. ml SurRCorn lm having 1 '. .1 r i 1 i. pn not In I WHHjtoR Hi c(aVN thrm with having become tlic .n u ramc ill a mi hi m 'hi1 i"" I leprosy, MpwWI in the BfMatl Mil mi"., Iiy iiuIhi .1 ftMMtal rcl.ivitmt of effort to segregate the ler Il.1w.1i1 i IIOW dtMffOUal) ihirat ened with a like evil, through tin nun ifesto of a loadini: pliy-n 1.111 of Mono lulu, who AociwM MmviH convinced that leprosy is hut slightly eoMafiMa, and segregation MtdlOM. Long doubt ful, ho has become Mkf UMVtrMd by a report of an InJian leprosy c otn mission. To older resident-, in Hawaii who personally witnessed the dissemination of this loathsome disease MUHIg the native people from its first appearance in the Islands, the conclusions arrived at by this Indian commission seem preposterous and eminently pernicious. ...

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. — 4 August 1893

l l.l I six r k A I. AT f Iht I'MIU N i'ii int. il Afiori tinnrnl irrtU' il .Afll't I II rmi nt . Mil AiMinli'-itiiin! 'mm 1 1 1 A Mil 1 ti'-riiiftil II II- H MIAN SI H I () u nidi nt I ion Alt ( . rircdttt a man In i k . tlllnh il n in Nil known mi tin ii no one win kin tin r 1 1 1 mjiK il to go ihi ii tuont), ii I CI i Mfin t it wta thai ' I nl Hi sli linin an . Ml I n K Mtll (IllHIl III llll lilt' Man - I. ami, V i ; A' mi) dmM ii I t hwt M il lu!) ,il ali I iiiniiii ," wy f .1 1 in, CM i i' am Mr was MM, latik, ml hatred) ami i ucil a hkM I shin) .ill In I ill loir ami a lolin aw in I In I 1 1 m i office people inM him ii wav a sonu nlai e, tmi Ii ' .ml In1 1 1 t nl loM i .in1 M long at thfl) kept him in Rfub ami his Addli string itakJ with him, I he) tailed l tell him thai tin leal man tbejfe had been found with a i mik-i in his hetd a li- ;u from his iln nil, and that all the tnulei had been ran off aitber b) raatlert m Indiana straying u irom the territot) retcrvationa It mig...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 4 August 1893

I I Ah 1 KM 1 V I i . ii i in 1 HI V M HI It I HI He I' 1 WITHOUT ANY WARHANT I (plain Kl'ininf Swmh N Robhriy Wss toitimittrrt and No C'hiniMf F.nlrrrtl the Hnusr 11m IM iHmmm iniicuiiH i i by tin prosci tition yrsttulsy in ilu CMiMMM rnhhi-ix 1 it WM Ah look, wlio t. mi ficd N'i ii I- k not M I" k" Ul the place in QMMIm as an inlcrn i. t Saw Klfinim, Cordes and Kntlikt scarrhing under the hoi M the verandah I'hty found a little roll of opium, and Kleinme tested II One ul the CMMM women sai'l Viviti brought it in his po ket. I don'l know whether Xavier heard her say it or not. he was three or tout fret away, Klemme said, "No husband home, I hetter skip." Then he put the opium in his po ket and walked off. ( oss examination I did not Nee I'ing (.'hong until after KUinine left. When 1 got there there w.is no guard at the door. Rat like was on the verandah, Xavier was searching under the bed. Thefl the prosnution rested, and there being no evidence against Chung Mini, he was discharge...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 4 August 1893

i iin 1 n m i ii hi'i i tin nln i ' .ll .1 IMii ' I 111 Il 1 III III I ! 1 1 Hit hHwip A.nnld tells hrtgiithnn I h it An i hi en Wi-mf i Air Abtutri differing, Vim i ' .in lllltlll. lull the) raid) prtHtfM hti miration wiih.iii pulttl utteram t which ire Bi l,i pulilii ad in hti ninuth .In u It ilM dri line, on thr KOK thai ihe ia "pretty well ' row did alteaily ii'ii. il the i 't'M ago Exhibition ii alludi l to in ht-i pumice, the incidentally remark, that the World I I an is "too big a hunk to be chewed" without difficulty. As for ihe Bwflllh novel rat, the American girl v thi- depict .ire, in most iftatancea, hendtOOte and more ot less nnsrrupii- lous jroeng persons, who complete their education by the interne study of Hurki and 1 Hrbrctt, and who embark on board the ocean steamship which is to bring them to Europe with a Rrm resolution to nwrry very high up indeed in the Knlish peerage We shall nevet have ,i thoroughly artist if series ol studies ol the American girl Ironi Engli...

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. — 5 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. i upi iMri MW1 uNrs HMV CUM" A MOM IN ADAH( VOL. I HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: SATURDAY IIM. I ho:, i r. NO I, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, HHOVISIONAL liOVERN M K N I OP THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Lx n i i It i Ml Ml ii H. Dole, President "I ihf I'rovitional Gov eminent ol the Hawaiian Ulnn l-, anil Mln isle, of I r0MOBJ All "i J. A. King, MMlMf ) ilu- lntcii.i S. M. Damon, Minister "I finance. V. O. Snulh. Alloinev t.eneral. Advisory Council. V. C. Wilder, Yice-I'residint o( tin- PiewW" ional Government ol ihr Hawaiian 1-land-Cecil Hrown, 1 D. Tenniy, John Noll, L". Bolte, F. V. MclJhesne) , V. K. Alle n, Jame- K. Morgan, Henry Wiierhnaif, Ed. Suht, A. Young, J. Y. Mendonca, 1-. M. Ilaleli. John Einmeluth. C T. Uodgcrs, Secretary Executive anil Ad visory Councils. SurnEMF. COVET. lion. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. K. Hicketton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. P. Freer, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Kred Wundcnliurg, Deputy Clerk. Geo. Lucas, Second...

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. — 5 August 1893

I I ( 1 1 ui'iMERFEIl LIQUORS I dollar, the concltnion is fair that the an ut the ailullcraloi has bftcfl anil h batag called into pla ertainly the soodi an- not likely to have leen HDUggM, for, with the w.n easy t outwit the revenue officers, the best spirits rather than the poorest rum liOuniL would now he in evidence Kt a bttioeis proposition it could be worth no ones while to -inuggle sand paper fluid when they may be easily and cheaply made on this ground without personal risk to the dealer. There is no protection now to the buyer of liquors either in the label on the bottle, the brand on the cork, or in the glass, or in the lettering on the ; box in which .the bottle are expressed or shipped It became, not many months ago, a matter of newspaper duty with the writer to investigate the extent to which the bogus brand and label business was i arried in the United states. I he revelations were astounding. Several (in - were unearthed which did an enormous trade in what is known as...

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. — 5 August 1893

THK HAWAIIAN STAR. ATPmuY. UWM '. I. MX IA . i ooon ioim or imii run N1 DAV Mn atrtair (In (tiw 1 oat lutini.a Wag' I lie "iii-dtle ltoni hi thr liting thr Ui in uintwUt, h naturalh (lliwel itii ihi MM ll I1-! I rrrpt i it unmtam e nn.l down In itn ni nl. i 0 i , I t monili'- end nmntlik 11(11 1 Ki'li Snui'i mirrcndit, iiM'ins tl iim.hi' lit ii'il I i tin il in ii.it. .1 l a bad clan nl men A lennl them litlongt il in ri 111U1 1 oninmmK, Iwl ilit gteat in. H 'iiiy ( tlx in hftd i'm I I Imshwhat ker and Mllitlan iftd ihc athent of pea c MM ahull tin 11 ptw 1 i i-1 hi.: and marauding I Ik - nut, refuted to how to thr int liable, and siores of the nmst defiant MM hunlnl down bf I edcral HVHM and killed wherever found AU xandri.i, I 1 . mi the Red River, was the rMadquarteri ol a division of Sheridkn'i ctfalryi .11 d it was estimated th.il then mu il least 500 e Confederates in thai local ity who denied beine. m 'hided in the surrender of any oininand, and deli antly refused to eome 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. — 5 August 1893

rim i I im nit til' 6rttrMl lti ii' IttMltlt shotri i ! other, cautioi ai med -I hi over- the Moallei man could not have held was to make the "inlaw a pnsonct while In. ilept The) occupied luniks on opposite sides of ihe hut, and after watching fur two 01 three nighti the sergeant discovered that he ould not turn OVei even without waking the other up lie slept as lightly as a wild beasi, .mil the slightest noiae inside or outside the hut broke his slumber. Murra i ould kill his man, but he looked upuii sueh a deed as owardly. He could have uughl him off his guard and compelled a surrender, but he would have reaped no advantage in that. It would have been impossible to gel him out of the swamp and down to Alexandria witli hi hands and feet loose. Murray wailed, hoped lot luck to aid bin, and luck i ame in a singular way. In Ihe midst of the swamp was a clearing Ol about two ai res in extent. This i tearing furnished pasture for their horses. Ihe outlaw had sometimes taken a victim's ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 August 1893

I Tiff HAWAIIAN MAm v II f,A. v I III IN I i; mi: un- mi i K 1 M Mi l l inHUAMi.l.li IP IMIIMLloHY IMMICN Mb M A Oh h0TMH WW JKTMII. n1 Ihe t I II' vis t Mi it SI lAMl ) KAAI.A IN WINUWaMU 1 M iM mill . TO BRAG UPOHI MM Ilk I M Mm I HAWAII A 1 ll iailft'ri Sltltllil 11,1'', 111..! I.irm Pnwi i A mm I ( I Othi Here It is str rule Hi Hawaiian msttrn, nothwithMattcliiig thr t.n I dial ihi I' i ptiss generally knows what n fining here. I jiii away (turn hmnr m hi ' I In sensational news. I ntt-ilif mi ol tin !)( clt It it si iiiukIi i 'in ni hot u n h ttl us via I lie An ti i an M vs. anil i M 1 1 lottnighl Mimclliii g lias i.nn. limn I hi roast hi h iul- an Mtktty new anil unsusjici li il light tiion dim home affairs. Chat the MftMpMffefltl havt1 not lot) their cunning ami that island scoops that are si oops are yet halile to nip out jooo and 5000 miles away, will appeal in the text ol letters wliii.li some ol the loral writers imparted to the Press Associations via the steam ship City...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 August 1893

i h'.t mi ni' Ahlin lti ii' 1.1' (ni., 'i.M , h .nirtil MM in an hi He arai prompt)) tried, convicttd, .mil Mntcnced to be hung. Sundin on the gallows, hi expressed In- hatred and contatnpi I ii every one in the crowd, and declared hi- would haunt Murra) and others to their dying days. With him died outlawery in ih -. 1 1 !- -wet A Voice in the Darkness. At midnight roost of the horses were lying down, and in the camp ever) inan not on post was fast asleep. There were two sounds to break the stillness! No, they did not break it, but formed a part of it. On the plains the cricket keeps up an incessant chirping. If you lie awake for hours you will find no interval, no change. Ii blends into the night a- a pan of the darkness, as a part of itself. The camp tires no sooner begin to die out than the howl of the coyote is heard. After a bit that yets tu lie a part of the night. of a quiet niiht would prevent men from sleeping Even with them there are hours when you seem to have been burie...

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. — 7 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. I I'll Ul' van r i mn"i'i Ml ll'l ! l( ) i l.l . II 1 1 ISLAM)' i il A i i i i i A l ii r . i 119. i l OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PHIlVlklONAl I'flVmNMRNl or TUB HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Ex' r i ' I SW II H. Ilnlr, President of i hi I'r.Msionril line MMMM "I il MmMMM Mnn.l., n.l Min i hi i in ah ii . A. King, HUM '( ih Interior S. M. Wanton. Minis', i n( Finance. V. ). Snnlh. Attorney ienctAl Anviaoitv OMNMM . W. C. Wilder. n e l'r. sn nt ol the Hmvii ional I .merriment ol the Hawaiian Wlan.lt Cecil tlr.iw 11. E- W. Tenney, John Nott, ' Holt. . t, V. McChcsiic). IV. I Allen. James F. Morgan. Il.ni) aicilu in , Ed suht. A. VaMg, J. 1. Menjlonca, K. M. Hatch John Kmmrlulli. C. T. Kodgers, Secretary Executive ami A.I ivory ( oiinrils Si'PKKMl COOBT, II. in A. I . luil.l. Chief Justice. Won. k. r Willi in-. '-" ' Won. W. f, Frcar, Second Associate Justice Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Kreil Wundcnlnirg, lieputy Clerk. (.eo. Lucas, S.'cinil Deputy Clerk. J. Wallet Jones, steii.igraphei. ...

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. — 7 August 1893

Thi. Ha ,n i ' It 111 BY AUTHORITY. "f im 1 .il Act Hu 1 tm n1- SAFOLIO Hand SAPOLIO ! A Now Toilet Soap in h rtM 1 1 , ioj h hn -, mill', iMiixlih-s, rtr. HnSM I iirnl-tiinn il, th.i i)h I - MINISTER bLOUNI GOING a Burdensome l iv, MinMc liloun' has mi. ided to drop Hawaii and n morrow on tht Octtnii it to, wdl and nood . if otherwise, the Mnw Not being iftidai tniliutr) orders, as lu h.i liuen heard to rtflasrk, the M in tit CI feels justified, nlUr .1 u.tit Ol StVtrW wei ks, in taking Ins departure. Mr. Blount, during his long st.n. has wholly justified the nickname of Minister Reticent given him shortly .titer his anival b) the Siak. He has been as uncommunicative at to Ins own plans and view- .1- l niollusk on a leef. and it is impossible for any membct oi the pro-- to Hty of his own knowledge wheihei Mr Blounl is for annexation or against it The only evidence on that point is circumstantial and may be reflected in the hopeful and cheerful lineaments, when the lubjei I ol union...

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. — 7 August 1893

! . ,t.l Nui A I MP in in fiu-rtl liiit i'miiki,! Armritl A' I hr HAWAIIAN Ml AH MM0 M M i, 1 1 I lflnd . Hi litili In l t h h I ! M M Mi . i i i II I llM V allltill nil in mail h mnu nl', i nu t d th l In'i ( anil id inniilfil an intrrvn witl. tin I'un l ni V i (n to hit sttlrimiit hr liml uiiitthiny mm h mm i t ii ni 1 1 vim iih him than n thitM (01 tiflii t . Mm vdu e lilli d with atmuuli is he iri iltil llu hi' hid In'i n cniiliiiii al t lie l.xnu live Manninn I'ttuhlrni tirani ho while drawing Mi islaf) ami tt mm luting IN hi had licm MMMMa) and h Ml MMMtW had lalun ila liurriliU fotm ol reptile ctnlmldctl and livil) undii llu -.kn " I has one snake in nut tout, hr said, "an' 1 calls him 1'iui dai s an uder in mer Itf ' hreas' an' 1 call-, him Moses. As lur frogs an' li.tid -..i many on 'em runs aroun' in MM IsT laig dal I ain't got M tunc to Ml cm liin'ul (irant sent me down Soul (ur to yet dc i ham winked ofl' an' le ieole sent me on to Spain Pies dent t kvclanil am de only m...

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. — 7 August 1893

T fnrut A?tr li riitcitl-- New Furniture Store, WOBINSON BLOCK. Hotel Street b I vreeti Poi i and Nuuami Btt 1 HI TO BRAG lull 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 ot llli 10 value to havi Your Work - ik ii kaell 1 bast om i l,um upon the ,i lual Result obtained m the past, in the i orrei lion ol all visual cU lects, no matt r how omplii at A W e gfind l Uses spei iall j needed loi 1 oinplli aled 1 ases, insuring an absolute fit. I s this of an) alue 10 you, THE PRESS Publishing ANTIQUE OAK BHD ROOM SHIS. Clll' I ON tint, II Dft BOARDS, EXTENSION TABLES, HAWAIIAN ill Reed and Rattan Furniture. Company: llli 1 W e in nor the out) country which lias iroin .aIs; liut the loss of lui lli-ei to same mbtnantoQi r twits ti to us. Out fleet is QUI prnto lion ami the lanse d( our Kuprenui , tnd ihe 1 hut dajtgti ii that MOM K lenlist DM) hit UpOfl MNM Mcrei inventtoti, by electricity oi otMi wise, whii h m.w deitroy ow MM be t n e w l in ;. i nl against it: l imethfag in the i in fact, as Colonel I hetnej deplete...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 August 1893

THK HAWAIIAN 1 AM M'MA Hi' 111 nu in 1 i WI W! Hi M OIH JUDOP.t Will ( ' DIK I I KIAI Oeorge Ryan anil Walln and Sinrlmt Arrennrd Mm lndiittnent In Rr Pi.srn'.' I'romptl) it lou'ilnik thin morning Jmlg's Miming, anil Coot uini'(l the ftmm mm M she I mm I . the Supreme Conn rc.m. whi h i roM-ili'il wi ll witnetv pirymfn ami kfMMn. The Minn-inn attnr MMWH PMM Messrs H.r.well. . , ,, , Neumann, Simih, Lreighlon, ilrlcr, Carter, V. V. Ashford, C. W. Ashford, llavulsm, lliuwii. Halih, knuliiknu, Kli l.n.. k.h.u.kan.. K.r,- Ai hi, Johnson, N.iw.ilu, I'm-pnc. fcoea, Kantakiia, Peterson, Mag" wi and Brown. In opening the proceedings Judge Whiting railed attention to thceairMM length of the calendar and asktil the attorneys to assist him in facilitating business, further stating that lor that purpose a certain numbet of casts would be assigned to Judge CoopW and tried by him in the Circuit Coutt room, it being the intention of the Court to keep two juiies at woik until the (alendar was cl-.a...

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