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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 26 August 1893

TJtiif HAWAIIAN STAk, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 18&8.-S1X PAOilS. (Continued from Third pigt.) are quite fond, but when tlw Idtfl is well considered, it is hopeless to tXpCCl of her what is miM needed, While tin Queen lived there would be no The future of a girl with h r antecedent, tod the influences oontinunlly brought to bear, would be too doubtful to trust. It seems to us that the: motliri hv has died of its own evils, and thru- ll noth ing to build on, The Provisional Government is net ting the finances in good Condition and the offices purged from Inefficient, up principled men. It has the confidence of the community. As an instance, witness how promptly the moneyed men came forward It Spreckel's demand to be paid his loan to the old Government of $95,000. Had the debt been even more, they could have paid it. In his fear of annexation, and his hope a republic that would not interfere with his sugar interests, he came down, expecting the planters to join him, but, much to Ins di...

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. — 26 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN Sl'Att, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1899.-SIX PAGES. KOEBELE WOULD COME. THE SCALE-DESTROYER AND HIS TERMS. A Chance to Exterminate our Fruit Tree and Rose Bush Pets for About $15,000. The following letter has been re ceived by Commissioner Marsden from Professor Albert Koebele in answer 10 a request that he state the terms upon which he would be willing to come to Hawaii f,r the purpose of destroying our insect pests: Alameda, Cat., August 12, 1893. Hon. J. Marsdf.n, C unmissionerol Ag riculture and Forestry, Honolulu, H. I. My Dear Sir: I liavo your favor, and reply at once. I should require a salary of $3000 per year for a term of three years. Out of this I would pay hotel bills and all other personal ex penses; other expenses such as ma terial, freight, steadier, railroad fares and items to be paid by you. 1 would commence work here, col lect and send such beneficial insects as are wanted for your scale pests. Would have to visit Australia, New South Wales and Queensland, ...

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. — 26 August 1893

e Ttiit HAWAII AM fiJTAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1898.-S1X PAUiflS. miiirt 11 -n-fi (Continual from Fourth page ) in him. Our share of the bufdtn is one dnllar .1 year, r, capitalized, a lump sum of say $,r,i 50. Thll mt ought to ",ive, and givr (reel) There are 65,000,000 of us; each person's share is, thc-ret'ire, 1 .',000,000 of a dollar, which is 1-20,000 trf a cent. We have no smaller C in than the cent, and, I for one, do not pro pose to pay 20,000 times my HMN ment. I shall keep n) money In IB) pocket until there are 20,000 Pukes o( vtNguti Atubron Bit ret. Royalist Slanders of Mr Cleveland In an interview printed in the Host. in Globe, Mr. I orrin A. Thurston, the representative at Washington of the Hawaiian Provisional Government, Styi "The sentiment in favor of annexation is growing stronger ami -tronger on the bland, Notwithstanding the m.iny Statements to the contrary, there is a constant accession Irom the ranks of the native Hawaiian-. "The present Government is stronger...

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. — 28 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY. TERMS : FIFTY CENTS A MONTH IN ADVANCE. VOL. I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: MONDAY I VUMNU, AUGUST 28, 1898. SIX PAGES, NO. 180 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council. S H. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, anil Min ister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provis ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, E. D. Tenney, John Nott, C. Bolte, t, W. McChesney, V. F. Allen, James F". Morgan, Henry Watcrhouse, Ed. Suhr, A. Young, J. P. Mendonca, F". M. Hatch. John Emmclulh. C. T. Rodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Supreme Court. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F". Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. ...

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. — 28 August 1893

2 THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1893.-SIX PAGES. The Hawaiian Star. PUBI ISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Ltd. WALTER ( i. SMI I II, ('has. V. Day, Managing Editor. Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: l'ci Year in Advance, .... $d.oo Fer Munth in Advance, .50 I'oieiiin. pit Yeat in Advance, 10.00 ADVERTISING RATES: Kites fir transient and regular advertising may lie obtained at '.lie pulilieaiinn nffice, Ml Telephone Number 237, Muui.il 365 MONDAY. AUOUST 28, 1898 TURN THE RASCALS OUT. We do noi think the Govern nettt 1 an know of tbe extent U which mem hers of its own party compltln of the nresenre ol Ruv.ilists in t ffii e. 1 lie 1 - Ministers may hear ome of the pre vailing criticism, but then apathy on the subject shows they do not hear it all. Many citizens who feel deeply about this matter hesitate to m ike a personal question of it as between themselves and the leaders ol their cause. Others are content to endure the injust...

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. — 28 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1893. SIX PAGES. DICKENS MICAWBER. The Novelist s Father Was the Original Micawber. 1 his fresh and diverting character was, as wc know, Ihodeltd directly from nature, anil Dickens indeed might have answered, as Sam did Ji tice Stareleigh, "I rayther think it's my father!" Sam was threatened with committal if he did not point his par ent out. tiut every one can point to Mr. John Dickens, "member of the gallery," as the original of this sketch It used to be said that Mr. Micaw ber was a caricature, much overdrawn, not resembling anything we are likely to encounter in life. The truth is, the portrait was an exact Copy, and, if any thing, fell rather short of the original. The delightful portion of him was not his odd, fantastic speeches and quaint formulas so much as the character, exhibited chielly in .odd views of pecuniary transactions, the essence be ing that an obligation could be satisfied by rotund and flowing phraseology and the setting fo...

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. — 28 August 1893

TbE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1893.-SIX PAGES. (Continual from Third pat;t .) difficulty," which would h.tvc "lalal effects," are equally characteristic Notable, too, is the hint as to the paper in question not lieinu likely "to be met'' or "taken Up" for he throws out that it is "an iCt of obligation con ferred on me," as well as the more ligniflcaftt hint that their "intere sts arc bound up with those of my son." This seems to nave nai us enect, lot we find the minutely calculated interest on the bill "lore shillings" altered in another hand and in a different ink to "3s 4d." A pleasant touch is the iteration of the point of " Inconvtnience to then selves," as though this were the only objection that could reasonably be pre sented by the firm, who would Other wise, he assumed, be eager to honoi In paper. The displayed flourish at the close- "signal obligation conferred on, gentlemen, your obliged," etc. was a favoiite form of Mr. Micawbei s. The lettei is indorsed on the b...

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. — 28 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1893. SIX PAGES. KILLED AT Till: BUTTS. A NATIVE MARKER ACCIDENT ALLY SHOT. The Coroner's Jury Finds That He Came to His Death by Reason of His Own Negligence. A sad accident occurred ai the grounds of the Hawaiian Rifle Associa tion on Saturday afternoon by which a native hoy named Hanuwela met with his death under distressing cir cumstances. The decascd was em ployed by the Association as a murker, and it was while ac ting in that capacity that he came to his death. I firing the shooting the markers arc supposed to stay behind the bulkhead, which at the 500 yard range was formed by a double frame work bl two-inch plank placed four feet apart, the intervening space being filled with sand. It was part of Hanuwela's duty to see that this bulkhead was always in proper con dition and if not to report to the Range Committee. The target is placed a little to the right of the bulkhead and the marker draws it to him behind the bulkhead after each shot ...

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. — 28 August 1893

6 THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1893. SIX PAGES. A Briton In an American Home. "How sensibly you Americans live I' exclaimed a newly arrived Briton, de termined to be complimentaiv COHU quo tonic, after he bad gteeted his hostess and taken a benevolent survey of her barnlike drawing mom, quite shorn of its winter's Rrory and com pletely swathed in brown holland. "W hy. mjf wife's rooms are quite tire some ' So lull of ornaments and porliertes and screens and knickkn.n ks ol all description. 1 think this way of furnishing s much more sensible I" "Oh," gasped the poor little mistress of the house, who prided herself upon her artisli airangements "ll isn't al ways like this. You iee, everything was put away and covered up after the season " "Ah, have you a season in New York ?" continued the affable visitor. This was the last straw, and the des pairing hostess gave up all defense and submitted to be misundeistood. "It was really too hot to wrestle with British densenetf," she s...

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. — 29 August 1893

PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY TERMS FIFTY CENTS A MONTH IN ADVANCE. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1898. SIX PAGES. NO. VM VOL. 1. THE HAWAIIAN STAR. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov S H ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and Min ister of Foreign Affairs. I. A. Klnc, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W, O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provis ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Urown, E. D. Tenney, John Nolt, C. Bolte, F. W, McChesney, W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Ed. Suhr, A. Young, J. P. Mendonca, F. M. Hatch. John Emmeluth. C. T. Rodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Supreme Court. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Fred Wun...

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. — 29 August 1893

2 THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1893. SIX PAGES. The Hawaiian Star. HUBl ISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY I HE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Ltd. W'ai.ikk G Cm as. W SMI I II, Day, Managing Editor, ttatinan Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATbS Pei War in Advance, Col Month in Advance, I'ouign, pat Vrtt in Advance, $0.00 .30 10.00 ADVERTISING RATES Rattl for transient ami regular advertising may be obtained at ib publication office, Hell Telephone Number 237. Mutual 365. TUESDAY AUGUST 1 893. THE MONARCHISTS MUST GO. The only Government which permits its enemies to hold office under it is the Provisional regime of Hawaii. Most other public administrations go so far as to keep out their critics. Kun the United States mtkt it I role, Upon a change of party control, to discharge office holders who were appointed by the previous executive, and install the friends and supporters of the existing one. Already Mr. Cleveland, the high priest though he has been, t civil service reform...

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. — 29 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 89, 1808. SIX PAGES. KNIGHTS OF LABOR General Dodds, who is at riiosent the idol of the Trench people, is a mulatto. The late Edwin Booth cast a vote for Abraham Lincoln, but never voted before that occasion or later. Governor Russell of Massachusetts has distinguished himself as an ex cellent shot at the State national guard rifle range. Luke Smith of Acton, Mass., is per haps the only man living wh'ise father fought at Bunker Hill. Mr. Smith was in the rebellion himseit and is eighty. John WlMCh of Birdsboro, the newly elected grand m.ister of the Odd Kl lows of Pennsylvania, like (iai field, was a canal boatman in his younger days. Lucius Langdon Nicholas, who has iust married Mrs. Bishop, mother of the late mind reader of that name, is said to be the great great grandson of a Russian Lmperor. Cardinal Vaughan, the archbishop of Westminster, is not only the hand somest prelate in England, but also one of the finest looking men In the British kin...

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. — 29 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1898.-SIX PAGES. THE PROPER CAPER Amon the variety of tailor gowns made for the races, linen duck and hollaiul suits figure COMpiCUOUllv, Slender, long wuisterl w lltlcfl look, very dainty in the new crotl ovet blouses that tie at li t side or in the back, as is found mosi becoming. A new summer weigh) hopstcking, in admiral blue, cherry red and silvery cadet bHu. is mad- Into pretty day dresses for country and seaside wear. Nearly all the pretty zephyrs, lawn and Krench batistes are finished on the vkirt htm with tiny ruches or small lapping frills made of the dress goo N. Low necked linings, under high waisted corsages of ditphinoua fabrics, are seen at all fasht inabie summer resorts. The sleeves as a rule are unlined, but made eXCCitivelj full. Tea gowns for the summer are made of beautiful crepons o( lighi ground strewn with flowers, also of (lowered dotted Swiss muslin, tamboured or gandie and soft undressed India mulls. The new make ofcr...

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. — 29 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1893.-SIX PAGES. THE OAHU BELT LINE A SEATTLE MAN THINKS HE WILL BUILD IT. Information By Way of Seattle Which is Important if True Some Facts About the Oahu Territory. The following local article appears in the Seattle Post Intelligencer of ffJC M date. Although it does not appear to be true that Mr. Feck has a contract to build the O.ihu road, it is a fact that he has made a proposition to that end. Whether a bargain will be struck is a matter for the future to decide. The island of Oahu, the chief of the Hawaiian Rroup, is to be almost encircled by a railroad, and A. Feck, a Seattle man, has secured the contract for its construction, which will C st over $1,000,000. The road is to be built for the Oahu Railway and Land Company, which has a franchise for a narrow-gauge line with a three fool track to go completely around the island, the Government giving a subsidy of $700 a year per mile for five years, or $3500 a mile in all. Of this road ei...

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. — 29 August 1893

6 THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2!, 1893. SIX PAGES. EDUCATIONAL ECHOES The Danish ( i ivernmciu has voted a sum to te useJ toi Kiholirthlpi fur young women who intend to MCOBM teai hers. The faculty of Kentucky University has forbidden all College I ports on ac count of alleged gambling c onnected with them. Ex-Senator DttHof MaiUchutetU has been elected profCHOI of United States history since the i vll war in 1 )artniouih College. The school board ol Auburn, Me., has decided that it takes six hi dren to make a school, and thev intecd closing U) all schools having less than that number. The indication-, are tint 97 will be the largest class that ever entered Princeton. It is estimated that in the academic and scientific departments there will be fully 350 freshmen when the term opens. INTERESTING FACTS The oldest com in the world is an .Egean piece of the year 700 n. C. Russia has the greatest amount of live stock of any country in Kurope. Kngland leads all the nations in the ...

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. — 30 August 1893

PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, TERMS FIFTY CENTS A MONTH IN ADVANCE EXCEPT SUNDAY HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1893. SIX PAGES. NO. 182. VOL. T. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Xlusmc&a (Carte. $UitttM (Jlarbs. iJuoincce dtarbt. hipping. THE HAWAIIAN STAR. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council. S B. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, ami Min ister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provis ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Hrown, E. D. Tenney. John Nott, C. Bolte, F. W. McChesney, W. F, Allen, James K. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Kd. Suhr, A. Young, J. P. Mendonca, F. M. Hatch. John Emmeluth. C. T. Rodgers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory Councils. Supreme Court. Hon. A. Ki Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Bickcrton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F...

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. — 30 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80, 1893.-SIX PAGES. 9 The Hawaiian Star. PUBl 1SHED EVEKY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Ltd. Walter ('.. SMITH, Chas. W. Day, - Managing Editor, BniinaM Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES : I'ei Vo.it In A'lvancc. . - ffi.oo Fcr Mimlli in Advance, 5 PoatAm iMt W'.ir iii Advance, 10.00 L. - ADVERTISING RATES: Rate fr transient an.l Ngukl adwtulng may lie obtained at iha publication i nice. Bail Telephoni Numbei 237. Mutual 365 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED. After vainly waiting seven months for the Government to give its friends at least a fair footing with its ene mies in the public servic e, the Annex ation party is advised against "precipi tate" removals. The AdPtrtistf, let ting "I dare not" wait upon "1 would," becomes sponsor for delay and hesitation. It admits that the principle underlying the demand foi a change ll perfectly correct, but it pleads that the time is not "opportune. " that the po...

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. — 30 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. SIX PAGES. WORLD'S FAIRS The fourth was in Paris in 1867. It c overed 37 acres and continued a 1 7 days. The exhibitors numbered 50,236 and the visitors 10,200,000 The cost was $4,000,000. The receipts were $2, 100,000. In 1855 the second world's fair was held at Paris. It continued 200 days and covered 24) acres. There were 21,779 exhibitors and 5,162,330 visitors. The cost was $1,700,000, the receipts $1,280,000. The third exposition was held in London in 1861. It continued 171 days and covered 23 acres of ground. There were 28,653 exhibitors and 6,211,102 visitors. It cost $2,300,000, and the receipts were $2,040,000. The fifth great world's fair was in Vienna in 1873. The buildings cov ered 40 acres and were occupied by 42,000 exhibitors. There were 7,254, 687 admissions during 186 days. The cost was $11,000,000. 1 he receipts were $1,030,000. The Philadelphia exposition of 1876 was the sixth great display. I he buildings covered si...

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. — 30 August 1893

, THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 18M.-3IX PAGES. IT IS KASY ANNALS OF THE LAW. 1 7 16 The Ci itnmon law of Kngland ficncr.il Micrti'jrmcnto. Stttitftt bbcrtiocmcnts. fkncntl btocrHscmcnte. a collection of unwritten niax uis and customs, was solemnly attirnuil ty tne Parliament of Merron. 1285 Counsel who were guilty 'f deceit or collusion were punishable by fine and imprisonment. 1 291 - Barristers were first appoint ed try Edward I, but there is earlier Utntion if professional advocatis. 1291 Special pleader" rl barristers first appointad by Edward I as crown officers. 1292 The yearbooks, reports in Norman Trench of casis argued atd decided In the Knglish couits, bt g in to be kept. 1-552 High treason cufinid as an attempt against the life f the sovereign or the ex sience of the state Two living witnesses rt quired. Ijai Petty treason defined to be the murder of a husband by a wife, a master bv a servant or an ecclesiastical superior by a subordinate 1 35 j A change made ...

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. — 30 August 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. SIX PAGES. B KILAUEA OVERFLOWS. - WALLS OF THE BURNING LAKE FALL IN. The Sight is Described as One of Mag nificent Grandeur -Numerous Fountains of Fire. By the arrival of the Kinau this morning the news has been received of the overflow of the Volcano of Kilauea. The following details are obtained from Philip Peck, the Hotel-street importer, who visited the volcano on Friday last in company with Superintendent of Public Works W. E. Rowell : The volcano has been constantly in creasing in activity for a week past, and was particularly lively on Thurs day evening, when as many as fifteen magnificent fountains of fire were sent up at one time from the bubbling and seething mass. These fiery columns were so high as to be seen from the veranda at the Volcano House, two miles distant. The sight from that place on Thursday night was indescrib ably grand, and is said never to have been equaled in former years. On Friday evening, when Messrs. Pec...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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