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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 18 August 1893

THE tlAWAitAN S1AR, FRIDAY. MJGUST 18, W.-8IX tABS . CROWN AND SCfcPTER The Austrian Archduchcti Staph anie, it is said, d Jts n it like to appear j on state oocationi ittena a t than ten fMgtl The Czar of Russin is an Mhuiiatt in the matter ol artistic t tpcstiy, and has all his roofM in ihe r y.tl place bung with it. The Bmprcia of Austria, il is pot) tively asserted, smokel from fifty to sixty Turkish cigaNtltl a day, topping off' with a few strung i ig us in the c u m to Qown t'hristina f Sp in believe that children could be brought up with much greater ease if each mother wen allowed to punish, not htl own, but bet neighbor i hildren. Little Queen Wilhclmina is the last of the prim ely r ue ol Orange in I he Netherlatnls. The next highest litli is that of count. There tire nuanj ol these, also of harons, the next highest in rank. Princess Maria ot Parma is not pretty, even for a royal bride. She lias a long, large countenance, disfigured by a very long and substantial nose, and...

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 August 1893

V Of1 M . ' THE HAWAIIAN STAR. rMM HIM Y l.HN'l S A MOM 1 N IN Alt' ANCR i'IINI UHfP RVNNV AI' IHItMniiH II) Mfl MIIMIlAV HONOIATMJ. HAWAIIAN tHJ.ANflNi s.vi'Miow H VKMNn, Arursr in. I WW, six lA(JHH, NO 129. vol,, , OrTHJIAIi MKriOTOHY, , H ,i .r,ni '."''I'l'MMHIII nt 'MM II A I A 1 1 A II IM AMIlA n H IMi ffnMfM "lt KfdMMd INN ,,,,, i, f rMffl INMtlti "'! Mid ,., , I Wfi kg AWill' A K.M.,, 11 JM M I I M Mr I, A I, mm'l, Ain.it.. MNF Al'Vlmtt ' "'' " I I ' ( i i IM', W MMf "' ill i Mi0 (' A ' llm M l ll, Fl .y, m.li, i fpi i ii i. (, it r I a WMfci , lllrtW m in '"""'" IMkwNM1 HMD Mil I A" ! I .. , II flWHtfcl ti I V I .i lit II ,i I v-'l'., I 71 I, It I 1A IMliM iH-iHi MMlHUi M'Mtf ill' I luiilH. l i'r NmXI Ai'l 'i M .,.',, I ,,' 4 Inn In .,. Il, . il, III I II I 'l")l llHIM 'i ilniiHim 'in I',' ' 1'i'ul'i 1 1" ilium a ihli'hliH. HlAl ),,,,.,, , ( ii , , I A f IMI l ' I l -'i ill hiiili'Um'i ' " "' nwtotfi ii lM ''llni' Hi tl'MVh lit HHHUHIHHi HhU'Ihi MlMMO III III M'l, III Alc'lA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 August 1893

. IM II s V A 1 1 A .1 AH I UA M,IM l, THE Hawaiian Star.1 HY AUTHORITY. if j I'UHI ISIIBD BVBRY AriBHNOHM EXCBir SUNDAY BY THB HAWAIIAN STAR NBWSPAPBR tOMI'ANV LM V vi I r k G. Smith. Mn ,;" i I i i n is. W lv. Hu.inev. M m v . SUBSlKIHHON RATKS I'ci c4i in Advance. I tl Month in lvanv, P01eic.11, ih'i Year in Advance. APVERTISING RATES bale. In lansient ami it daf v n.y be obtsisjed at 'He publican llell Telephone Nun. I . J37. M SATURDAY, AUGUST I Ht BOOT ON THE OIHrH LEI. Hie intci est 1 reateil by lha Stah'I MIKMtnCtmtM thai ChrtH Spret Wcli liail transience! Itis propcil) M thi -c islands 10 member ol his tannly is 01 a varied 1 luractti One lact particu larly noted ii the abstract of title in whuti the name o V. Kainan.ilu frf intently appeals Tins personage w..s a tetnale Alii, one ot those original owners ol the soil trom whom so mm li was "wrested" and "plundered" by the missionaiv and his pilitual cousin the annexationist Regarding thrsi banditti, Mr Bush recently poured ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 August 1893

V KK.IIIlHli I'AH'.llNH A Slanting Wfinrrl el lh Daring hi Wi ( liattlalna i i,i wifkfH i stout! im "ii m Mf ii i i mm ton 10 n u nMllii 'tili (I hi-, i htlnin Hh il.r v'll lull Minni il lr ,i -r fmtr xh i iin It v . Nl 1 1 1 1 1 v in tf tht In it K.lrtli r Hi nr Mil of lM ri4iinnl I" lf i ihr hfml of ii, dini I ,ii,i v ' fi MM "iy I1'1" ri" niinln i . v. ifKnrn mofo rr(4rM for lh nWfnriiK limit of iho.irniyfCMiilnii ii fl ii i fVH i" (Nl xovrrn ,nr fM l ,i chilly, tun lii ' ti if If i i Imvr lie i n n iM.tr k In M. I linn (I lo .11 lli lie ilfiii 'f ihn miin h mliln . ' ii lo h ' li i icil I iy i"Ue hn lii"' lil lniilnit 0 ihr irhftrl ani'niK wofim ff p .1i'i l l Mill fl lo lldf) ihou,ihil rtfltiih , in n ii. Inrtih wlmi mnrlar i "inilimf ni rvrr ..i H I lo mi rlalf M.my 4 Knrnl Mflfrf turn "inn urul in it Ii iln . i i ', liolr i vulrm Would Ii lit itnl i" hnvi' In (m il liini ifi' H i'iin ii ifi "I Imviiip lii in a oof rolofil Xow. ihi vi ry leM mir uronml tl n ' i i il Iii miI'i'...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 August 1893

IS ' I ' I'.'- Vn ill A r ill I rrli'ifUKtll II I . I S TH- . TO BRAG Irlll 'l f III' 'II) III m"f (ilu I" Voni Work i" ik lor t ik' Mil ht,( Wholes Miro-wrs, I it ii. I A Big Week ! HAWAIIM A Mil I I iNf . MM III f,fcV f Kll STAB I ih lam Listed foui hour. wounded ii thi' rwenty l.fth V nerve. iii. i Iheplain ohn 1- a thi . wa killed. 1 i Indiana, Jojw W. Kddy, we kMM ii llo.ivci's Gap. renncaeee Phe regi ment, oneoi ricini.il vVilder'n mounted brigade, barged a' B 'P l lb t ice ul ihooteri' qui of General Itobinaom reiiimwnta that patntd. through the terrible slaughter on Oak Rldgo, liettyaburg, in the Brat day' fight. The i harilain, II. s. Unwell, remained with th men m the battle, aiul during iiu retreat through the town he waasrtot il iwn and died uii the Itepi of a church, the Twelfth Neu Hanif'shir. fell In the eulogy ni the regiment. The Pirat Maine cavaln loal ill i bgpliin, George W. Bartlett, in the mounted fighl '' I i Id Herb r, I'lv regiment charged up a lull ami ran ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 August 1893

a THE HAWAIIAN ST AH, HATURDAY, AUGUST 19, I89H. SIX PAOB O'fl W1RIBE IlKsl VIES A II I hi i,i N! I III'-. I I I ill', ANKW I. id mi the Mid Islam! n( Hawaii Oiaph n oily I Ir uliril Piiiikapii Native Aiiipi lallnn i Hi., i Matins 1 1 n ", Auk i 7 Whtthet H in i tie nil i .i 1 1 1 hlny ol the Puukapu I m i in u . hI i In iii, Mini Hit 1 1 H i","' mi nl llms Hivrn ihi' I iovriiiinriit in nun hi iiu move iii iii Into oth( i lot il Mir-, Inilu iln Im kill 1 1 1 llml lins si hi 1 1 il mil inlllli ,il iiiii 'lirllli, ill wlutliri II li llml liny Ii ii I'"' K "l I i 1 1 ill irnilii wtii h t tit- npffiilnK iii nf the Crown I, iiml' Ini si lili im m in.iy rxi'tl on thr li.lUVi II IW ill His, IM e lllil'l i ,i i' mil' iii ii I Iii II) Feeling miinsi'il nvi'l the i 'iiiii' iijiiilil ' , isitimi ilit' l'inikniii scftefM hil i ii M 1 1 1 ft nth frum its wry ( Hill I il loll, nil lilt HI ill I hull! Wlllllf inln y i' Im ' In i n I i uiukr iulilii i nil I- . ihi il illy I Ihi II HHMl lnvr Im I li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 19 August 1893

I . - rT, H I M I N I THE TO BHAG d'oflttes, Fro Minns and Fxl WWantedwcm. ti ffirtr A R.MLMl ! . " Uat. llun.ilul Lwm Ni I Cii Arrive Rug Mi 1. ... . 1 Leave IV Ainw II NOTICE. M Y Son J. L) I irgloan ha-- full Bernice Panalii Bishop Museum. ML SEUM WILL BE 01 I N PO mi Satuitii DR. BRODIE lla Resumed Practice ISTBoth Telephone! Nu. 336. NOTICE. D U. H, Q. TUl KEK 1 1 as KIM Mil aiu.i Mii'i i , neti rorti i u n NOTICE. MY STORE on 1 1 IKNEK i i 1 I h, r uid Hotel Streeti i-10 1. 1 nd Attturfa lor sal.-. Inquire ol 101 i -im HAS. J. I ISIIKI.. L. H. DEE, Wines, Spirits and Beers I K .TEL STfltE 1 1 ', Between Fort aiul Bethel Btl jets. New Goods! I F you want a ond pair of GLOVES I foi .iiiuii; oi walking, I can nil 'em lo you, r il you wanl to i NtW NhCK WEAR " hapea, call around and feail your . I have alw goi net Mx i ol COLLARS and CUFFS, ami above not i irotl il.a I an making SHIR rs TO ORDER in all ltytli MM that I am thl vli .iK' ill lor the Dr. O. laager Sanitary Underwear. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 21 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN" STAR. filll tMtP VRRV AFTBPNri'N ' " i r I tUNOAV TBRMI FIM V LINTS A MON1 M IN AOVANCB HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: MONDAY EVENING, M .! ST 21, 1898, SIX PAGES VOL. I SO 124. t OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL OOVBRNMRNT OF THR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS BIS DTtVI Council . 1 1!. Dole, president of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian I.lanJ., nl Min i.let of V oreign Affairs. I, A. KniR, Mininlir of the Interior. S. M. Damon, M ninter of Finance. W. O. Smith, Atiorney-ticneral. Advisory Council. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provis ional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, K. D. Tenney, John Nott, C. Bolte, K. W. McChesney, W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhou.e, Id. Suhr, A. Young, J. P, Mendonca, F. M. Hatch. John Emmeluth. C. T. Kodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Supreme Court. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F. Frcar, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 21 August 1893

I'M HAWAIIAN HTAK, mm -. ''OUST 01, IS98.--HIX PAOfl The Hawaiian Si I'llHl ISHHH KVHV AFTBNNOOM XCBPT SUNDAY H V THP. HAWAIIAN MAH NKWSI'AI'hH COMPANY Itii Wali FX I I MA. W. SMI I Hi Day, m Mfiafl BdHrn , Hum. - M.mng. r subscription RATBa ler car in Advance, $'vio Km Monlli in Advance, V foreign, per Year in Adv.in.'i . 10.00 ADVERTISING RATES Kales (or transient .in.! rtgulai a.Ui ili-iiu. may be obtained at the publication office. Bi ll T. lephonc Number 237. Mutual 35 MONDAY AL'Cil'ST 91, 1C13. NEWS FR01 COAST. THE ALDEN BESSE IN WITH FRESH PAPERS Hawaiian Matters Coming to a Focus Cholera in Europe and New York The Panic in America. liy ihe bark Al.len BMM the Si an received San Fram isro iajtis of August 3d and 4th, the entire telegraphic contents ol which are transferred eithci as a whole or in a summarized form, to these columns. Besides what imme diately follows this introduction other telegraphic matter may be found on the third, fourth, fifth and sixth pages. SOON TO BE...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 21 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN WAR, Monday. AUGUST 21, 1808. -SIX PAOKS. HAVE SIGNED A TREATY. The LeoDB Have Complete Control in Nicaragua. New York, August 2. The Herald correspondent at San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, cables i Communication with the interior, which was interrupted on account of storms, has been resumed and some of the details of the treaty of peace, signed by the representatives of the Leon and Granada parties, have been obtained. Under this treaty the Leon party will assume complete control of the Gov ernment of Nicaragua, and the term of General Zava'a, who was elected pro visional President by the Granada party alter Maehada had been shut up in Leon, has come to an early close. The treaty signed 1 y the representatives of the combatants in the war which has just closed, provides that the junta Government organized by the Leons shall be recognized as the national Government. Thus the Leons have again triumphed over the hated Granadinos. By the the terms of the treaty an amnesty has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 21 August 1893

? Aft ! THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1893. SIX PAGES. BEHRING SEA DELIBERATIONS. A Rumor That England Will Be Suc cessful. London, August a. A special from Paris says '1 he Miring sea tribunal of arbitration his made good pfOgffM and it is eectec.l that a derision will be rendered within a fortnight. Kvery contested point has been ldjudlcatd. The decision will give entire satis faction to (ireat Hritain and ( anada. In every instance the c laims advanced by counsel for (Ireat Britain are held good. The derision will be unanimous on all points, save one for whi h Justice Harlan and Senator Morgan, American arbitrators held out, the American claims. The tribunal is now discussing the question of regulations to govern seal fisheries. Paris, August 2. With reference to the London report that the Behring sea case is decided in tavor of (ireat Hritain Hon. C. H. Tupper, Canadian Minister of Marine and Hntish agent here, said that all forcasts are mere sur mises. The arbitrators h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 21 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN if Aft, MONDAY, vi ;rsf U, 1893SIX I'AUKS. WHY THE MEN MUSTERED THE ADMIRAL'S OF DER TO THE BOSTON. The Government Unearths Another Dynamite Conspiracy Everything Ready For a Fight. The alarm on the Boston and Adams a few nights ago and the muster of a landing party, was noted in the Star the day after. It then had the appear ance of a fake. To day we learn that the scare was genuine and was brought about by an unexpected order from Admiral Skerrett to a battalion of the fleet to hold itself in readiness, under command of Lieut. Lucien Young, to come ashore in Honolulu and protect American property. The Admiral acted in this matter on his own re sponsibility. He got the facts of a contemplated uprising from the Kxecu tive building but was not requested to intervene. The authorities simply told him because he is the senior American representative here and had a right to know. A Star reporter interviewed the Ad miral this morning and was courteously received by that gentl...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 21 August 1893

9H1 HAWAIIAN STAR, CORBET! HAS DIGlDtO Mitchell Must Do Battle at Coney Island Nkw Y(ikk, August 2. - "Jim" Corbett, accompanied by hi- ltit and Manager lirady, arrived from Chicago to day. The big California!! appeared to be in fine physical trim and was in excellent spirits. He complained bit terly of his treatment in Chicago. He said the papers there misrepresented him and did everything possible to make him uncomfortable, Regarding his battle with M itched he said: "I will fight Mitchell at Coney Island and nowhere else. All my friends live in New York and they want me to fight there, and I intend t respect their wishes. Sullivan iclet ten the battle-ground when I fought him and I claim the privilege of doing the same. Mitchell broke faith with IM in the matter when he signed the arti cles now in the possession of 'Dave' Hlanchard of Boatoa He agreed that only three clubs could bid for the match, namely, the Crescent City, the Olympic Club of New Orleans and the Conev Island org...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 August 1893

t . THE HAWAIIAN STAR. PUBIISHBP hVery afternoon hxcept sunday TERMS FIFTY CENTS A MONTH IN ADVANCE. VOL. I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1893. SIX PAGES. NO. 125. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. llusincso Carta. Shipping. Shippir.y. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS exrcutivr Council. S II. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernmcnt of the Hawaiian Islands, and Min ister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Ptovls ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, K. D. Tenncy, John Nott, C. Bolte, K. W. McChesney, W. V. Allen, James 1'. Morgan, Henry Waterhou-e, Ed. Suhr, A. Young, I. P. Mendonca. F, M. Hatch. John Enimeluth. C. T. Rodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Sutremk Court. Hon. A. V. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. V. Dickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. F. Frcar, Second Associa...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 August 1893

2 NIK HAWAIIAN STAK, WVhUA V, Ai'GTTSl) ft, KM.-4ttJ LA0fll. The Hawaiian Star. PUBl ISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Ltd. Wai.trk (i CilAs. V. sn i Day, Managing Bditoii BashMM Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per VnU in Advance, .... $f.oo Fcr Monlli in Advance, -50 PnwlWIi DM Ve.it in Advance, 10.00 ADVERTISING RATES : Hates fot transient and regular advertising may M obtained at the publication ottice. liell Telephone Number 237, Mutual 365. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1899 PLAIN TALK TO ROYALISTS W henever a conspiracy tgailUt the Government is unearthed the stor omes out that somebody intended to destroy public buildings by d) namite or tire the city. Lately the tale has been added that arms lor a Royalist insur rection could at any time be procured from the United States in a vessel which should break the American neu trality laws and land its cargo at some obscure point along the oast. The sum total of these stories is a continued ferment among the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 August 1893

TH HAWAIIAN SlAk, TtTK8DAV, AUGUST 22, 1893.-SIX PAGES, THE CHANNEL BRlbGE. Revival of the Project to Connect Eng land and France. The great international bridge be tween England and France is to be twenty miles long, be supported by ninety mammoth piers, cost about $245,000,000 and be twelve years in course of construction. All this is if it is ever built, of which many good people have their doubts, though the best engineers have pronounced it practicable, and the Channel Bridge and Railway Company, now well organ ized, declares that the money will be forthcoming. It is a very old scheme. At first the proposition was laughed at as a mere chimera. Next a few engineers ad vocated it and were thought to be jok ing. It was even charged that they had stolen the idea from Munc hausen's description of his bridge to Africa, and were perpetrating a huge hoax on the British public. A tunnel was then talked of for many years, and British statesmen got into a panic over its possible facilitat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1898.-S1X PAGES. AMONG THE GEMS l'liny in the first century v-as the first writer to describe the iliainontl. The Regent diamond, the property of the I'rL'iu'h government, weight 136 carats and is valued at 12,000,000 ham I The finest emerald In Europe le longs to the Cfaf, It weighs only thirty carats, hut is of pcfftCl color and transparency. The Mexicans carved the emerald with wonderful skill, using only siliceous powder and copper tools alloyed with tin. The royal rown Ol Orcat Britain ill composed almost entirely of diamonds, pearls and rubies, weighs thirty-nine ounces and five pennyweights troy and is valued at $1,200,000. The ruhy, sapphire, oriental topaz, oriental amethyst, oriental aquamarine, oriental chrysolite, hyacinth, star, ruhy, star sapphire, star topaz, are all corun dum of different colors. Cortez obtained in Mexico five em eralds ol wonderful size and beauty. One was cut like a a rOir, another in the shape of a horn, a th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 August 1893

f 4t TITE HAWAIIAN ri'KsDAY, Ai asr 22, itsM.-SlX PAGE! 5 THE OLAA CROWN LANDS l"r lilt' l Dill Ull MIV lilM Mil' wvin AND WHAT IS BEING WITH THEM. DONE Interesting; Reports of E. D. Baldwin to the Crown Lands Commission Other Items. While in pursuit of his usual IVOCa tion that of hunting Up matters ut interest for the numerous readers ol the Star a reporter dropped into the office of the Commissioners of Crown Lands and was fortunate encueh to meet I'hilip Peck, of Hawaii, who was making arrangements with Col. C. P. laukea for leasing a quantity of the Olaa Crown Lands. In response to a request of the reporter for information in relation to the Olaa Crown Lands and coffee planting in Puna district, Mr. Peck said : "The Olaa Crown Lands are situated in the Puna district, Hawaii, and lie on both sides of the new Volcano road, commencing at a point about eleven miles from Hilo and extending to the thirty-mile point or within a mile and a half of the Volcano house. On the south side o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 22 August 1893

ftti HAWAIIAN' 8Ah, TUBibDAV, a'.'OLT 22, PAGM GIVES NEW SKINS A Lotion That Bleaches Colored People White Nnv York, August 2. A startling revelation was made in Jefferson Mar Wet Police Court to day when Mamie Brown, a colored woman, was chftrgtd with stabbina LuCV Dersev, a colored girl, both habitues of the tenderloin district. The case was disposed of speedily, as every one, from the terrible condition of the prisoner's face, thought she was either a victim of leprosy or smallpox. It was swollen to twice it natural sue and the skin was of a livid pink color, mottled on the forehead and chin. Inquiry developed the tact that her face was affected by a preparation to bleach black skins. The lotion is ap plied by a Miss Rltiott She is hand some, middle-aged and looks as though she had Spanish blood in her veins. In an interview to-night she said : "I an a chemist and a graduate of Oberlin University. My discovery, although wonderful, is entirely harmless. While studying chemistry at...

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 August 1893

TERMS : FIFTY CENTS A MONTH IN ADVANCB. PUBLISHI" EVERY AFIBKNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: WEDNESDAY EVENING", AUGUST 28, 1898. SIX PAGES. NO. 12(3. VOL. I. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ijiuincae iL'arbs. Shipping. Shipping, Insurance iloticco. THE HAWAIIAN STAR. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Kxictj nvi Council, S U. Dole, Prttldtnl of ihc Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and Min ister of I'tueiyn Aflairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon. Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. V. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provis ional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, E. D. Tenney, John Notl, C. llolte, K. W, McChesncy, W, V. Allen, lames F. Morgan, Henry Waterhoufc, Ed. Suhr, A. Young, J. P. Mendonca, F. M. Hatch. John Emmcluth. C. T. Roilgcrs, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Supreme Court. Hon. A. V. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. V. Hickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W...

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