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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 August 1893

ltd' 1 1 W M I A 'rrnci.il iifiliMiiuiit Jhli(l ll'-l nit in nnrn!'.. 'i m i. ii Attdrrll rmrnt 1 i II l.tl .lit hi I ll ttiUltltt m.i Pacific, ind lie Monterey is now avail able foi oati itrvica, while the Boston, the Adams, lh Alliam e and tin- Thetis art there, and the lVtiel rin- inm from tha Asian squadron to help the Mohican ami the Rangci in patrolling The Concord in ofl for sta !) waj of tlie sue. Canal, and will stop it Siam 'in the way to observe the con dition ol affairs ivitfa France there The tt i ident to the Monocai , though not vi n serious, yet, following the with drawal of 1 1 10 Petrel, has emphasized the need of re-enforcing the -iat ii squadron, which now has only the Lancaster, the Marion, and the Alert, besides the injured Monocacy. But soon the Concord will be followed through the Sue Canal by the Balti more, the finest ship we have ever sent to Chinese waters. On the South Atlantic station the little Vantii will soon be re-enforced by the steel i ruiser Newa...

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. — 8 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. rum ishso svanv IMNMW KXI RP1 kllNttAV HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS TUK8DA1 iKMN- M'CtTHT , INIW, HIS lA(K no na. Vol. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. HKOVISIONAL GOV KHNMKN 1 (II HAWAIIAN ISLANH I III- KMM H nvr. GMMM ii it ioit, PrestftsM "i 'ii- PnMmmIO MMMM hi- Hawaiian Massls, ami Mm- inlet nf Foreign Afl.iir-. J. A. Kinn, Minister M the Intm i S. M. Damon. Minister of Finance. Wi O. Sniilh, Atlorncv Ucncral. AllVISORV I'OIINl II.. V. C. Wilder, Vice I'resiilcnt of the I'rovi ional OhMMHU ol llN Hawaiian IlSStats. Cecil drown, F. 1 . Tcnnc, John Noll, II"'''!'. I-'. V. MsCaSJy, W, F. Allen, lames i . Marfan, Hsary WsUiboass, M. mmt, Yuunu, J. !'. Msajliailll F. M. Hatch. Julin rinimelutli. I . T. Koilncis, Secretary Kuccutive anil Ail visory 1,'oiincils. Sui'RRMK COUKT. J Ion. A. V, JsxM, Chief Justice. Hon. K. F. Hickcrlun, First Associate Justice. Hon. Wi F. Frcar, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Fred WandMblirg! Dcpttty Clerk. Geo. Lucas, Second Depu...

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. — 8 August 1893

Tl Hawmi i si ah. fUllltltlX kVM AftBBNKON Hi IHK HAWAIIAN IA NtWSPAI'l ( ilMl'ANY Ll.i TUESDAY AUGUST , 1893. A I WAR WITH STATU Arg ntina Niax Vo I rouble Arr Still Suiead ing K. AugttM 1 1 lMsal he irum tlN H But not u t 1 i erreaponatnt m Vruentina, show that the revolution tats agalmt the Provii tonal Gowrnmept i the provinces ol Buenos Ayres, Sun Luii end Santa le are gaining continually. The revolu ii mists in the province ol s.m Luii won a i-niui'K'le tilt; nil h. I ruv have dC j)oseil the Provisional Government and established anotbei with a pronounced Radical at its head, roe lituation there is Verj giave. Many miles of railroad being turn up. Complete success has not yet beta won in the provinces of Santa l e and Buenos yres, hut the insurgents are gaining everywhere. Along the c oast of the province ol Buenos Ayttl and Up the Parana River, which foims the eastern boundary ol the province of Santa l e, all towns have been seized bv the insurgents. Little resistance was ma...

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. — 8 August 1893

TMk IIWVAIIAN -I IMKS1A U.I-l - IV M'.f; MAII.ROAtl (.AROI-N Blooming Huwttt and " Swid the Pnnylvan. I ravvicrs over the rain of tin PtM )lvni Railroad iystrmirr inirrwd, particularly at thi eafM of Im yi-ar, l.y the )irtiirc(iur aicaran c nf M grounds surrounding tht Itlliofll and the miles and nii'is of green that stret h away alongside the tracki. To the casual observer these pleasant ( onditiotis appear as the result of na lural condition! aided ly sonic cultiva lion. In reality, lv.wt.ver, the gulden like appearance of so many DMUtMill spots along tht Pennsylvania is tht result of a carefully developed system, which had its int vplion nearly a score of years ago. The sin cess of this feature of road scenery is largely due to the ink rest manifested by prank Thornton) Pint Vice-President of the Pennsylvania. Mr. Thomson has been an ardent ad vocate of the ptojOCl of b:ai tifymg IDC ruad by such means, and a rait mini ber of tourists, as well as commuters, find enj lymcnt in the...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 8 August 1893

I'lll HA A 1 1 AN UTAH. 1 1 I l N i r..i il JbiirtlUnmult 'iirral Jfiiifili. nttntfr. 'ntf i tl Art in i In. run nl '.iitriiii Atit'ii lirinrnlfl t - - rr Ml li ' 1 i I -O'h WMft and linn I M A r II ignutani i' Mini l.uinlni. g I mm i 'il. ( il myWI u i i in- i innptat plan Next 4t I 1 M tin M n'l in M itaMf, dwii loom in the turn' self ii i n the ht'ij ami i si liilllllv. IWttn I 111' MM MM in he jinl tlitew h' i illi il in agi'im ' anil iinv nl-ions ot laughut SIM hail litcn iMiiani ipiit il I i eftl How s.n i il Mi' v ii m s ,o 1 1 The nW gcnUctntn (liii ii"l heat tin real MMfl "I tlM iaCtl lot fuli twvnt) M.its, i. Hi trtiM in did hf laughed hraiiih Coritr I H fc LAST CHANTY. "And lharawi i more n." I cherubim. i ailing I" the ejigtli alWI i lit- aQMh in their degree: "Lo! haih MM I'.issi-.t awa On Ihc smoke of Judgment .lay. Thai OW word may be established shall wi gather up Imi aaa r Load sang ihe souls of the jolly, jollj niari ners: "Plague upon the huiricanes that made u fu...

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. — 8 August 1893

nih MWSMUN TA. M I, U'lM I ' i hAUl 1 ri .111 1 UKs i. mm 1 1 1 1 FOB MRS? WHAI SPHHtKH.:, '.AYS Ol OHM Al l Allc, A Nihko of Mis-statements From He ginning to F.nd Dora Not Know Blount s Views. t.'laus S)rur.kfls, the ItlgM kin. returned here yesterday M the Australia from the Hawaiian Islands, wlici,- In had heen since April ith. Hi lirlrn full of strange things relative to the Provisional OoTII ninent, an at i cm t to assassinate the deposed Otieeii I.iliuokolani, as well as himself and u dozen otheis, the attitude of ex Mm ister Stevens and the Annexationists in forming a COflSpiraC) to capture the Islands, Minister Blount's firm course, which he commends, and many othel things upon which the correspondents have not enlightened the public. Mr. Sprwkcli was looking very well and said he was in excellent health. Prom first to last he gave his views and what he had learned in I straightoul manner and in a way that was very interesting. He seemed to have weighed his words well, and ...

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. — 8 August 1893

I lit HAWAIIAN -INN II 1 . I U A Mm 1 1 I II' I Ml II tonn.il AhtHrtiriiinitc. r itlit ell tlHTi tir-riitrtMn We are Still Importing Goods. tmonu othei things llw I ' trV " O, N Wilcox brtuht ms iht follow hity Hubbtuk s Genuine No i and No. 3 VVhit Laid, in Ift, 30 or I'll) lb iron ki'ys. Hubbucks WhttC Zinc, Red Lead, pale boiled and nai Oil. Stockholm and Coal lar, in barrels r drums, Caatih Soap, Shot, BB to No, 10, Punched Horse Shoes, Sal Soda, salv'tl Anchors, Brush Door Mats, flexible st el and inmWire Rope, Seine I' A ine, 1 arris I larness I .iauid, I .t i & Martin Blacking, galvanized Buckets and Tubs. Chain, llk. and gab (I to -s s: galv'd Sheet Iron, No. It to 26; Tinned Wire, Copper Wire, NO in to 80, black and galv'd Fence Wire, Nos. l. and ". Blue Mottled Soap, Anvils, 70 to 200 lbs.; Blacksmith's Vises sie a large asstnt. of Bar Iron, k gs Dry V. ne tian Red, Vellow Ochre, I'aris Yellow, Burnt timbre .UIl. Mine, I'aris Green, Metalic Paint, eu . Als,, received e...

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. — 9 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. Mini HHH' Hi H I SUNOAV V I ft" A MliN I M IN All AM I HONOLULU, Hawaiian ISLANDS WEDNESDAY RVKNINH, U'OlTST WW, MX lA(41 Si Hi. VOL. I OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMRNT OF IHB HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Ban u i ivr CoviRit. H. Hole, l'rilent of the Provisions! Qt MMMM "I Ihr Hawaiian IstSBssS, and MM istei n( foreign Afl.m J. A. KinR, Minister "f the Interior. S. M. I (anion. Minister ol l-mano. V. O. Smith. Attorney tiencral. Advisory OOOMrV V. (J. Wil.lcr, Vice I'resi.lent of the I'mvis loMlQWMMHM ol the Hawaiian Island. Cecil Urown, K. I). Tcnney, John Noll, Ci Mlt( V. ft. Met Iicmm n. ft, K. Allen, James V. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Id. Snhr, A. Vngi J, P, M.n.lonca, t, M. Hatch. olin Kmmellltll. C. T. Koilncrs, Secretary Kxecutivc and Ad visory I ounrils. SlU'KKMK Coital. Hon. A. K, Judd, Chief Justice. Hun. K. f. Bickerlon, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. K. Hear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Fred YVundenlmru, l)eiuty Clerk, lieo. Luc...

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. — 9 August 1893

W MINN TAM N I lM -I V N i , I I 4' I I hi H I s 8 1 a I I I MM V1! . Al I.I'M I Ana MAN 1 1 1 DfcS I INV li otiii.Kinn i.i Hawaii i ijmtt' .! iltail as il is in Hr.i.il ifld Mtxiro. I ' .in ii djrnMt) is no mora (Moutiltd, Maximilian's no in I. i lim I lhH is tip: dn.isty "I I iliuukiilani on these lslanils I Ins Ins lieiu a (atem ituth loi six in.. nths, s.. l.ii a- ihc lclali.iiis of the ProvMoMl UevwiuMni to Ha wait's Inline lliii.w liulii hi ion il ami n..w ro. ins a st.iti'iiiem wim n shows, hOW illogical is the idea that the United stati- will ititefftn In the e QimM'i beitnll An inspired ditfwtch (row Washington iayt, ipwkto of the American policy "We neve recognized the Provitiotul Q yernwent, ami hav ing dune so it would he as unbecoming tor the Administration to be instru mental in the overthrow ot the pNMHIt Government as it would be for the Harrison Administration to bring it into power." Certainly no political logi can be claarat than this It simi.lv means that the Uni...

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. — 9 August 1893

TIIK HAWAIIAN si AH HMNKslAV M.l i I'm - M . I jimi ah ownif flirnitrtl ,ttir tionmnl li I hWbW I MINN 'i ii'i il AimrntPfiiM'1 Wc are Mill imiioriini; I f i tn i I mm.s I ul i; I lnii ' i I rrgnlai Mm in thi II i i I ninm In ni(ll till - 1'Hl i i hi M i urn li il In mg unpin i ili nil il in Mt Kim ntM Iim i I rn u i lm K lhi twnnm th h'lin irl In! iht 1 1 n ui thi- ill I"1 nl l hi i (immillrc en iln homi nilr MM i'hc earl) ati nl the evenmu lame enough. Ihi I nut- Inii nuiiiiinl liy ub urt inrmlH i - At 4 1, mrih Chamberlain ar wt to dt-livii ihr final lnoailMiK' ui Ihr iiKiti i. 1 1 Mill smarting under the lli minimi icteil liy iladst Mi I 111 ii.i i nin( anil Ipokc with nun '1 liiiurni 1 While tii'"H hit nptnioti of lh loMTi a )lii''l l the ( iiivtinnieiii hi' lti.iu ntlyintemiil. il In ni- ti"" lM Irish anil r net is Irmn his nun sid, Allet a (leri ul f mlertuti 'ii he r - ceded "The MM Minister ial 1 'lilai k and Ins ailhi lenls sa II isgii.nl, he calls 'while anil iIkn 11 is l...

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. — 9 August 1893

111 H HAW M 1 A S nTAR. M.MM'IM) M.I I '. Ml ' I I II I llli til' I in i. il Anno li.-i tin hi C I III I ll .tOi I i. i mi III rfnirul IttffltfJflMlMl II Is I -N TO BRAG H. I M INTYKk Hi BRO , I Ml THE Groceries, Provisions and Feed P R R S S Iiim I ! ' , - I l II I J 11 1 J Kj J lull ii 1 uleillv o mim 1I111 VOUI Wotk in il In hi not iIiu.iUih-iI, nut 'hf M'likn remaining lauaci t tin home lit t 1 1 1 1 . miii il H In n the i unmii at kioiikI chairman MmIoi repotted to Sjicakrt l'n I tin' lioine r ii lill Mtndcd m the comuktei ittare i- a ranl OUthtirtl i lieerintf and hats win' waved I n (HadatOM. London, uly ji. In the Cots nous to -nigh i Hum. i ( Liberal i asked if the aasaull i .intuitu l on I hursday evening wen la In- allowed to pass without ptinishnMM being Irrflh led upon the offender and also what action would be taken it he moved ft i in untut of investigation, Uladatom "-aid In' would answer to morrow Fishei (Conservative), who started the flat fight, aroae ami eapreaae...

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. — 9 August 1893

r Till" IIAWAIIW 'MM WM'M lA I . .). sM IX'.' N Mill, I.I Hf-NHHY i OUt A AND CHAIN W I t It And th Hii'glii I . . lln I n i Short and Hal and I'tobatili HI Lib.' Alum! P. m tlii. mnmm K K Hendry, li. . fctides at the mini "' Kinau and lYnni ula sin K haiH'iul ti be mllt'ia, anil in turning nvel ' fit his pillow In More comfaftaMi positnm, saw in llir 1 1 mi Mgjgg MMM in standing at the ImM eeSBSI d i n ) ttw room. At lit si he thought n was ln wile and called In her, ImiI ... tin in truder vanished he was s.itislictl that it was a liurgl.tr. and jumping MM tlx lied, made after him, calling tn Ins wife, who was sleeping in an .uljnliiing room, that there was a lurgl.u in the house 'The latt.t had escaped, however, before Mi lltti.liv DSmM teach him, evidently through a In W h window lending into one ul the parlois, and whirh stood opposite ihi bedroom door. Mr. Hendry usually has a pistol in his room, but last night it happened to be in his wife room. I'r. i:uring this weapon and a ...

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. — 9 August 1893

M I il - I IMMANUFR law Ladle M li'ii In rninil" 11 1 I . I AhlM ll-l Itlt It!' flknrtiil Abbrt lirnmni' I H 1 th- I v W I . . N I H W latgct Ml' lit k.ingct, which I ii on Kwt bacn utiiltr i utters hai' .ilur the in inc.. as well as was wm m-i i at ' w I-lar,il. It h.is alway 1 i bMB h ni north to lni'l ktrw . of Vmericnn ihl t i protect the rights -t I mic ani in the iMHng waters, I it tvidtMtl) ' up iain Ludlow doet not take this ie i hit mis-ion in the northern ea. The irNDIM CUttel Hear lus aiwavs been the standby of th: whalers in the An tic, ami Caputs HmI, Kiuff as he may be uitdw mom i itt jmstaocea, was tlwayi the trie-nil of the whaler. When Captain l uttle, now in charge ot the revenue IxMU at this port, was in the Rush, the men who risked then lives in qunt ul oil and I nine tell sale when he was near. His vessel was I hospital for thi su k and a tori for the oppressed. CDUin l.udlow has apparently differ erMI ideas ot the dulies ot a sailor to hit follow man. Captain F...

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. — 10 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. hi iMn KVR TMt(Mit Xt M l tlMt VOL. I in i,ru. ii N 11. III' ls) , I VKIM. Isl'ST l'. I h r . i 0H1C1AL DIRECTORY. PBOVIBIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Kxn i nvr. Council. Ii I ( ii.-, President of the l'riiviionsl ios eminent ..I ihr llnuaitnn Inland., an.l Mm IMI of 1 oreign Affair J. A. King, Minister of the Interim S. M. Hamon, Minister l Finance. V. o Smiih. Attorney (tosM. Anv ismky Col'N II W. C. MM Vice-President o( the Ptosis hmlQCMMMMM 'l lh' Hawaiian Island? Cecil Hrown. Tenney, ..hn Nun. 1 K. V. McChesncy. W, F. Allen, James I . Morgan YA. Hat, I, P. Mcndonca, Henry at. Hi""-' A. Voting, V. M. Hatch. John F'.mmeluth. C. T. Movers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory onncils UfWH Covet. Hun. A. K, Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. t. Bickerlon, First Associate Juattce. Hon. V. t, Freer, Second Associate Ju-iu . Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Kred Wundenburg, Deputy Clerk. Ceo. Lucas, Second Deputy Clerk. j. Walter Jones, Stenographer. ClaCVIT Juixjes. Fir...

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. — 10 August 1893

I 1 1 1 H W Ml W 1 1 H I Ml lr l Mil MM't IN 14111 I mi, Hawaiian Si ah MM. ll'l IOH A 1 ' nil AI-VH IIMNI! HATIIS kill II UM.N U'lll IHV DAVIES CAMPAIGN 1 - with iltiMire that ihe Stk tin i pistols!)' ai iiviu on tlif h .ili-i -iiir i l ihe Hawaiian question ,il I IkiIioIu, H. Defiea of Knuland Ihe plcasuii' i due no less to Mr Ulfitl Nrtee) and MMHM) A HI than tn Mm bd that IWj wont he puli. upon papii in behalf of l.iliuokalani iltaws tin. public mind to the tail that Knuland. llnounh Mi I avies Bnd Ml naiil. ihe tv l lomi Princess Kaiulani has dc ided stake in icsloiation. As an Anncx.itionisi journal, the Siak wishe- Mr. Davies a free (low of ink and the largest possible audiem e of A roar if an reader--. If he keeps on as' hi il hUinn, be nia unconscious!) ion vim ( the last doubting Thomas among the Amtman publn of the wise policy of annexation as a means of keeping RagUeb influence from getting tht upper hand, politically, in the ht-ruiiulu of the I'ai il'n Thai was a shtevu...

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. — 10 August 1893

rllF. HAWAIIAN Ml'AH lr!lrMAl A i-n -IV l.! (riHi.ll Ac. h flllflll' f!1ll,tl V 'lltll AMUt IWHWtV Nl VPaH A ( eftfdttt Commander rane;l Learne ih Rut nf t ln Wlimihf WMhtMgtnn Irtl I ' 11 Mi)tKn t m nn the I ..mill t "U Ihcrc ere man) Mrialna. n xlrnu tht rung nit nf tltr i ft muni. ! lill ating Net s,'' M4 "I . !! ifn nli IIH ih"t Th, wh.dr day thf and in memottvn m hert btf M IIH people, I'Hl li w.is M a reawakenm,; in win. h the hi i.h iMH iMMl M) play, lull mute hi i iHejejgMfnl it li oaM ' 11 " in whu It the rt ailing l.aitli not with liilttint ss, lull Willi an inipat tial satlne.v Among all the ha en ings (it the clay noli' win nrnr, sin- Kill. n ami nolt wotthv than DM hnh occurred to ( olontl Ricnardaon, the i oWMMh i "i im battalion. li was during the lime when th hattrt ics wtic Hrina shell at IM two targets whh h le.ktd like tiny hand ken hirls on the wait r, they wire so fat away A good shot was fired, and the siieiUlois wen- applauding the cxi e I lent marksmanship, a...

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. — 10 August 1893

N AIIAN UTAH I m iX I AMI l .i' A Mi iiornti n ' i " . i i li. i mi in Afinrrti'.rtttrtil' detltri.tl JUl't I Iim llif ill' I is I-AM H t M( IN I YKI. BRO., v, w Hiiisn k miv I li THE TO BR A(i AM I Mil ll i . . still I Groceries. Provisions and heed wnoiesaieurocers. I i iii ' ii , Mil s in mm Woik I H i i I x I MiKI Mi KIM. vlRll Is I 9 A Big i Week! It I- I . I r-rn Statu nrt kuinft ri Unhfu I) anentlt.l lr, arid HAWAIIAN tkwMMd poWldl and Is almui twelve fei l in In sjjhl II IMi CAPfc HORNS HoSl UFFICfc Their is None Simpler And It Has No Postmaster Attached In spite Hi mi) IWtd BodeWfl RMtbutJl 1-1 loinnuinicatinn. the vitithern tvtreni ily of South Amcna still retain Hi aloolness and HMMCt I he trip HMtd tin Mom. still IttCMMrM) made hv ailing vessels because they OMMMI - easily Head the RMMhtl i I the Straits of Magellan, is no easier than n was to th( cat . MVifStors, sae that perhaps model sailing ships ait salti and nioie mi .1 1 "... than those of the sixteenth CttltNry. ...

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. — 10 August 1893

Tlir, HAWAIIAN vTAH Tlllloim M.I I 1'M IV ' 1 I i:llW, . UMi I I M I I AHI.I Mil .ll " 1 1 1 1 . V I I lim hi I I AVHH IN I A s I. AMI I I ' l r V t ntlwtt loi s i " ' nf th tieme as ll Shnulrt B Ptafg Mm As In illiall nii Ii i ml nl usual Iini ni i' vi n.l n "ii ntii 1 I" Hcnoliiln. a r'tifeiitiiiii' nl Si m iniervn-wril s.-iri-iati i ntln-n at the V. Ml. A rooms tin m. lining ind olilaini 'I the following p mils about the game s ii ii BOST played, and as it will lie played n Saturday next leant i .insists il t Ii m n nun ami is usually divided MM stvtn IseyJieei i i forward., win Maud in a MM f inj their oixii.-nls, a ijuailet link, Ih stands juM lit'hind tins Inn . two Smll backs, a It aids ImjIiiikI the tiuam i link, a lull lia V, ot goal it inlci, who stands a ieMR yattN M s.i In Inn. I thl hall liai k On gcnetal I-mih iplts, the movement ul a loolliall Irani in play may Ik- likened Id a boit ( i Iway- seeking a level. Thus Ihe positions undeign mnslanl (hangr aooofding t'i the...

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. — 10 August 1893

I III 'X I'M J Mi. f If II' I I I 1 1 IH I I ' 1 f 111 mi Att II ,IT lIU. DISH! U N D WF.LL Kumin KftiD- (or Odd C i ratio m Tht Would Sr in Dainty and Delightful them are ruhti startling lo the Aineri is a housewife's criterion. Here, for tmmai i , to i n i Ipe for "Little I. unman Palis.' " Equal qiuntitiet o( white and rye bread cMMtibi rolled tine; i old veal, c no pp il ii with ut b " on; cold bailed farina, Mil the bread crumbs to a Mnooth pate with melted battel and a littk cream; mix in the veal and bacon, then ' nt into rounds; fl mr and fry in huttet C ut the i old farina into the j.iuic shapes. duM llietn with a little tried pirtle and Parmesan. pUcethem on the tried pates and set both in the oven to get thoroughly browned and heated through. " And here is what the I alls Lithu anian pal' s, which sound even more appetising than the I.ivonian c oncoc tions : "Make a good light paste, and CUl into small squares : place in the cenUr of each square a mince composed oi sweetb...

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. — 11 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. run MMt us mii at i Minium MMM1 mini'Av Miil,ri i . IM.WH IKIUNi KVKNIMI, U'fiTsT 1 1 imtH. HIS No IP-. l.. I. tin imp , vLatiu-. 01 .III p.'. VL'.liiiCi. W. K CAS I LG tin -Mil v1.!' jMiij.ij.iinn,. llm i'ii"i OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, CMOVISIONAl. t.OVRMNMHN T OF TMB HAWAIIAN ISI.ANOS ai i HVl COtfKII s II I ,,!. . NwMtaM 'h- I'luvnifiiwl I MMMM "I ili MatiM MnmU. and Min ister "I rim irii AM III- J. A. King, Mini-i.i liN iMartM S. M. I Minim, MUM ( Hinancc. Oi Smiih. Aumnev ncral. Aiivivky SMIW ii V. t. Willci, VIM PimMmM o the I't' vi ,nal QwMMMM 'I" Hawaiian Mamlf. ( i ril mi, B. I Tenn'-y. John Null, 1 "lr. I . s. McCfceaaejr, W, P. Aiitn, l .m. s r. Mmn'n. H. uiy WUItkMII. Bd. Mli A. Vi.unK. j. p, m.ii.i.hha, Pi m. Kate, Jnlin Knimelulh. C. T. Kodtets, Srcii lary Executive anil Ad iMiiy i ouncils. NHWl Court. Hon. A. I . Juilil, Chief Justice. KM. K. 1. Hi, Uti.in, Kiisl Associate Justice. Hon. W. K. Krcar, Second Associate Justice. Hint) Smith, Chief lei. Fred W...

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