ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Hawaiian Star, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 47,762 items from Hawaiian Star, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
47,762 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 4 September 1893

Tbe Hawaiian Star. HUBI ISHED bVERY AH TliKNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY Ltd WALTM Oi SMITH, Chas, v. Dat, Managing Editor Business Maiusjer, SUBSCRIPT ION RAtES Per Year in Advance, Per Month in Advance, Porcign, per Year in Advance, $f.oo 3 to .00 ADVERTISING R A TES Kales foi transient ami regular advertising may bf obtained al ihc publication ofnOCi Bell Telephone Number 237. Mutual 365 MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1898. HOME RULE FOR TERRITORIES A distinguished and intelligent native leader, a R .yalist in ln- sympathies, put an interesting question to a friend of the Si ar last wet 11 which WiS re ferred in turn to us. He wanted t know if there was any likelihood, Utldtf the form of Territorial Government which the United States may confer upon Hawaii, of , the gubernatorial functions being vested in a man whi had been born on these Islands. He thought an assurance to that eflec would have a good influence upon tht natives who did not like the idea of being...

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 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, MMTKMBKK 4, 1803. SIX PAGES. MORTALITY FROM DKINK Intemperance Claims Annually 150,000 Victim in the United States. Statistics collected cart-fully from all the states of the Union show that 150,000 people art every year the victims of Intemperance. There are two classes of victims of intemperance. One class comprises those who die from the effects of drink on themselves. The professor restricts in his estimate of the victims to this class, and if the evils of intemperance were confined to the drinkers his remarks may be correct. Hut the evil effects of intemperance extend far beyond the drinkers of the poison and injure the lives of tens of thousands of others. These die from the indirect effects of intemperance. Drunkards all have or have had pa rents. Many of them are brothers or sisters, husbands or wives, parents, employees and neighbors. Who can count up the number of deaths that lesult from the neglect, cruelty, violence, or other things done by 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. — 4 September 1893

?HK HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, 8KPTEMBBB I. UW8. SU PAGES. HE WAS A TEETOTALER. How a Poor Irish Car Driver Influenced a Doctor of Divinity. The following narration is made in "The Life of lr Thomas Ciiithrie," by his son, of the conversion to total abstinence of the great divine and writer of the Scottish church During the remaindei of his long life lt. Guttata was an Indefatigable pttachti against intemptranre and was the originator of ragged schools, which U came a national feature. H was cvir a pioneer in rtfor.n movements, and not only t'.reat Britain but the world owes much to his lovaltv to advanced thought and the clear vision with which he worked for the future. "1 was first led," he told a temper ance meeting in Belfast in 1862, "to form a high opinion of the cause of temperance by the bearing of an Irish man. It is now some twenty-two years ago. 1 had left Omagh on a bitter, biting, blasting day, with a lashing rain, and had to travel across a cold Country to C.ookslon. Well....

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 September 1893

TTifc HAWAIIAN 8A, Monday. ski'Tkmki:!; I. 1898. SIX PAGES, TWENTY-FOURTH DATE, THE EX-QUEEN CERT0 IN OF RESTORATION. She Tells a Lady That Orders Will Be Received on Wednesday to Put Her on the Throne. Last week Miss Tope, principal of the Kawaiahao Semitv ry, called on ex Queen Liliuokalani at Washington place upon a matter of business con nected with the support of about twenty native girls at the seminary, for whom Her cx Majesty had stood sponsor. Miss Pope found the late s 'vereign in excellent health and spirits. "I should like to have this question postponed," said she. "until a few diys have gone by. As you know, we are having a little skirmish in our politics, but it cannot last long. I have positive assurances that my throne will be restored to me soon alter the arrival of next Wednesday's steamer. The orders to the Admiral will then come. You may be sure that when this result is reached, I will at once communicate with you about the girls." Miss Pope spoke in a very appr...

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 September 1893

f. THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER1 I 80:$. SIX PAGES. A "HOW FOR MEN S CLOTHES. Pointers For Brushing and Folding Coats and Trousers He always looked neat am tidy, although an active business man. The ub quituus reporter ventured to ask him how he did it. "I brush them evtry night,' said he, "but whisk brooms simply ruin clothes." ''You should have a good bristle brush, not too stiff. Then brush as often and as much as you like, and your clothes will look the better anil wear the better f .r it. "I have passed through the period ol limited means with which to pur chase clothing, and therefore know what economy in this KMC means Vet I elavs manased to dress well. 1 brushed my clothes every night, hung up the coat on two pegs instead oi one, folded the trousers in three, the vest in two, and laid the trousers on the chait and the vest on the trOUStrt. "I do pretty much the same at present. When 1 take off a pair o( trousers, I stretch them a bit with my hands alter folding them ...

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 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, TERMS FIFTY CENTS A MON1 H IN ADVANCE. EXCEPT SUNDAY VOL. I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1898. SIX PAGES. NO 187. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. BXRt UTtVI ( lOtJW II S B. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, anil Min ister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. Kitlgi Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. F. M. Hatch, Vice-President of the I'rovis ional Govtfn tfltflt ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Brown, E. D. Tenney, John Nolt, C Holte, V. V. McChesitey, W. V. Allen, ames F. Morgan, Henry Wattthoust, K.I. Suhr, A. Young, J. 1". Mendonca, W. C. Wilder. John Emmeluth. C. T. Kodgers, Secretary F:xecutive and Ad visory Councils. Supreme Court. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Kickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. YV. F. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chi...

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 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, BKPTEMBBB 5, The Hawaiian Star. PUBl ISHBD EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Ltd. same way in Walter 0, Smith, Cmas. W, Pay, Managing Editor. Btnlnem Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES l'et Year in Advance, Ket Month in Advance, I'oreiign, per Year in Advance, $ti.OO .30 1 1 ADVERTISING RATES. Kates for transient ami reeular advertising mav lie obtained at 'he publication "It' U.'ll Telaithane Numbel 217. Mutual .6 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBE m. SfcCRET LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS We can conceive Dcctaiofli where dip) matic and military matters might require the members of the C. ivein ment to meet behind dosed dorrs, but for the average run of legislative work the executive session is an anomaly. American law-making bodies rarely exclude the public from their deli'nra- ti.ms -s to ( niuress the lower, or popular branch, with which our Advis ory Council measurably corresponds looks askance at secret meeting-; and in the case I f the Senate, onl...

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 September 1893

THH HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 18JW. SIX PAGES. HOW TO BE BALDHEADED. If You Long For 1 his Sign of Culture, You Can Get It A medical authority c laims thai bald ness is a product ami sign of ulture. If haldni-ss is a sign of culture, some thing devoutly to he wished, we shall perform a public service in showing how this condition can be quickly reached. "Wc lose in the course of time," said Voltaire, "our teeth, our hair and our ideas." That may be true as far as the teeth and ideas are concerned, but we cannot always depend on losing our hair. Persons who long for proofs of cul ture must resort at once to the methods of art. The first good rule is to keep the head warm. In summer, if you wish tO become bald, do not wear a straw hat. On the contrary let your headgear be a felt or cloth hat, a derby or a stovepipe- In winter always wear a fur cap. While in the house, at all times of the year, do not fail to wear a fez or an oil cap. Women whose light hats do not wear off t...

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 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, U08. SIX PAGES PULLING A TIGERS TOOTH Vrofessor Fritz MlOH gently wiped the blood from I pair Of g istitter's pliers yesterday afttrnuon, says the Chicago Tilths. "It is harder to pull a ligef'l tooth than an Alderman's leg," he rematked, under the Impression that b( was (juoting from the proverbs Ol S. toitiol). 'I'hc professor was in a profuse pcrspira tion. His shirt sleeves were rolled up. A few yards away in her cage at the HagMtMCh menagerie Kitty WM penl ing and swearing. Her whole li or eight feet of brown and black stripci quivered with rage. Kitty ; ue 01 the larnest tigresses in he mammoth menagerie, and she had just submitted most unwil to an operation that cost her a tooth For three weeks past Kilty has been the victim of a remorseless toothache a regular old-fashioned, double-actli n anguish that lied knots in her tail and kept her awake nights. Kitty's howls kept the whole menagerie awake. She used to tramp up and down her cage...

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 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TCJK8DAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1893. STX PAGES. S HALF A CENTURY A(H). RECOLLECTIONS CF AN OLD WHALER. Honolulu as it Appeared Fifty Years Ago Its Grass Church and Other Buildings Kvetyone who has lived in Honolulu any length nf time must know E. W. Norton, who formerly had a cooperage business here and now keeps a store on Kurt street, but everyone does not know that it is nearly fifty years since he first came to Honolulu. In July, 1843, Mr. Norton sailed from New Bedford, Miissachussets, in the Whaler Phiebus, occupying the position of cooper, one of Ce nsidtrable import ance on board a whaling ship. The vessel put into Hilo in the following spring, staying there some five or six weeks. At tint time HIM was not much of a place, although Mr. Norton recollects there were three or four ship chandlers' stores, one being owned by a man named Pitman and another by George Moore. It rained nearly all the time the Phcebus was off Hilo. The vessel then sailed for Honolulu and st...

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 September 1893

fM HAWAIIAN star, Ti'KsnAt, ski-tkmbKK 5, t t Vmm. INDIAN SOLDIERS NO SUCCESS. They Might Make Good Soldiers Under Some Other System, However. The experiment Initiated bjrwStc retary PfOCtOf of assisting in the civi -izing o( the tndit.nl bythcit enlistment in the army has had a two years trial and has failed. At it Inception u was hoped that the movement would rw eive the sanction and support of CongMSt) but the hope has not beet) fulfilled. The policy has not been abandoned by the department, notwithstanding the absence of Congressional encourage ment, but is slowly dying of inetteni m, owing to the fact that the Indiana who took advantage of the opportunity of entering the army are leaving it at the expiration of their terr,, f enlistment, and there are H new enlistment! Many oft'... I I nl took advantage of the law permitting them to purchase their discharge. There were ab ut secn hundred Indians in the army, and this number has been reduced by the disbandmenl Of two Indian troo...

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. — 6 September 1893

TERMS : FIFTY CENTS A MON1 H PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EXCEPT SUNDAY. IN ADVANCE. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER . L898. SIX PAGES. No 188. VOL. I OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. DueittoM Qbttb. liippiivj. THE HAWAIIAN STAR. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. pApl' I IN K. COUNCIL. s it. Hole, PmMont of th Fioilitonal Gov eminent of (he tUlWSUail Islands, and Min ister of Koreipn Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of ilie Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. 0. Smith. Atlornev-C.eneral. Advisory Council. F. Mi Hatch, Vice-I'resiilenl of the Provis ional iovcrnmenl ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Blown, I- !' Tenney, John Nott, C. Bolte, F. Wi McChesney, W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Ed. Suhr, A. Young, J. P. Mendonca, W. C Wilder. John Emmeluth. C T. Rodfcers, Secretary Executive and Ad visory (Jouncita. Supreme Court. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. F. liickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. F. Frear, Second Associate J...

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. — 6 September 1893

2 THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1893. SIX PAGES. The Hawaiian Star, PUbllSHED hVfc'RY APTBRMOOM HXCEPr SUNDAY BY IHH HAvVAIIAN STAR NEWbHAFbR COMPANV. Ltd. W Mil K l , Chas, W, SMI I'll, Day, Managing Editor BtuineM M inimi i SUBSCRIPTION RATLiS Pel Veal In Advance. For Month In Advance, INvreign. jvcr Year in Advance, ADVERTISING RA 1US Kales for transient ninl rce,nlnr ,i 1 may lie obtained ai ihe pirolicatti Hi-n Telephone Numbei 237. Mui $fi.uO uisinn I ulll li WE0N1 SPAN . SEP I I MBI R, 8, 1898 VICTORY FOB KE;'EAL. The Anti-Silver Men Show Great Strength. Washington) Aug, 18. The galler ies if tlie Home win crowded long before the time lor the assembling, by persons intl rested in the result f the balloting on the silver question after two weeks of debat. When the Speaker rapped for order at noon nearly every seal in the hall was tilled. While waiting for a all to order Bland fretl) admitted the claimi of the ami silver men of a maj rily of fifty were well founded...

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. — 6 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 6, 1898. SIX PAGES. 8 DYING BY HUNDREDS. Cholera Raging in Its Most Deadly Form. ii.nna, AllgUat ly. -Reports from (lalicia indicate that the c holera is raj; ing there o( a fat more vnuletit type than that which acourged Hamburg last year, and the d.inger to I'.urope from that quarter is most serious. Nearly all cases are tal.il. There has not been a single c ase of recovery from the Asiatic torm. Whole lannlies have died. W ithin twenty four hours ten districts have been affec led. The plague is more virulent at Hamburg than last year. There is a panic; at the tow n of Rolo- met. The people are declaring that the patients have been poisoned by the doetois to get rid of the poor. The ChOleft hospital was stormed by an excited populace and the military were obliged to defend it. Patients have been forcibly removed from theii homes. The Hungarian Government now admits that over seventy communis in Hungary are affec ted. A reported case in Buda-...

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. — 6 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1896. SIX PAGES. (Continual from Tliinl page.) htviftg bMtl delayed twenty foOT hens by the dtttrut live storm Which iwepl over the Atlantit roast Sunday MM Monday. The Southern Express messenger. who In Charleston during the norm, says the buttle of wind and rain began witk terrific force it t o'clock Sunday afternoon and continued without cessa tion until Monday morning it 7 o'clock) when there was not fifty yards of space in the streets that did not contain debris, such as loofs ot houses, signs, awnings, telegraph polis, etc , which were scattered in all directions, The roof of the St. Charles Motel was blown off. The streets were flooded with water almost to the house doors, It was currently reported that eight persona had been lulled In the 1 Ity. it was also rumored that theie had been great loss of life on Sullivan's island, which is off the South Carolina coast, the report placing the number in lb hundteds, but as all eomtnuiui att...

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. — 6 September 1893

THE JlAWAITAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1898. SIX PAGES. HAWAII ON THE COAST. NAT'VE VILLAGE AT THE FRISCO FAIR. The Kilauea Cyclorama to be Moved to the Midwinter Fair Other Pro posed fcxhibits. During his recent visit in San Frai cisco Minister Thurston w.is not idle, and as usual was engaged in pushing Hawaii to the front. Among other things he has secured from the directors of the Midwinter Fair a concession allowing the exhibit of the KiltUCa cyclorama and the exclusive right to exhibit and sell from the Pacific. This, of course, will include Tahiti, Samoa and other groups, the main exhibit coming from Hawaii. The space estimated to be r quired, and which it virtually secured for ihe purpose, is an acre and three quarters, or in round numbers 70,000 square feet To save time, trui ble and ( xpense. Mi. Thurston has nude application for this space in his own name but proposes t. turn it over to a stock company upon the lines of the Cyclorama Compart) as soon as one can be for...

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. — 6 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WBDKBSDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1899.-SIX TAGES. (Ren trill rjiirvtiscnicnt. (Sencrrtl Hftotrttaemettt. ScnertU bucrtisjcmcnts.. (ftcncr.il JtbDcrttecmenta Getter. Jlbbcrtietmcnte. (Continual from Fourth page.) smoothing down Ite.irinns and making ready generally for the official trial trip, which is cv peeled to take place within a short time. The trials will be con tinued all through the present week, and it is hardly necessary to say that they will be private te-N lit the stru t est sense of the Urm . bill the builders cannot prevent people from seeing and admiring her as she goes by. She cer tainly presents the most attiactive ap pearancc of any vessel yet built on this coast, and is claimed to be the best vessel of her class yet constructed, ll she turns out as well as is expected) it will be mother feather in Calif rnia'a cap, and will completely wrtablish our reputation fol building ships for the new navy. - -ChfOnicU. ON A New Rank GERMAN THRONE. of an English Roy...

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 September 1893

HAWAIIAN STAR. PUBLISHF.n EVERY AFTERNTJON, EXCEPT SUNDAY THE TERMS: FIF I Y Iftffc A MONT l IN AD ANCE. VOL. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: Till FRSDA V EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7. L803. SIS PAGES. NO Y.V.V - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. iJib)iitCB (farts, W. R. CASTLE. iliippir.x PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE I Hawaiian islands. ExtcUttVfc. CftMHtfL. .. . S B. Dole, Prtsldenl oftH Provisional iov-1 eminent of the Hawaiian Ulnn.ls, ami Min- istcr of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of ilic Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. " VV. "(J. Smith, Alturnev-fieneial. AovTsorv fouxr-it. Pi M. Hatch, Vice-President of the Provis ional Gmsj anient fl tiassaiiavlslands. Cecil Brown, L I). Telincy, JotrT rHRtV Bolfcr " P, W. McChcsiiey, V. K. Allen, lames Morgan, 1 lenry Waurhousc, Ed. Suhr, A. Vonng, J. Pi Mendonca, W. C. WlMt. lolin Kmnielulh. C T. Rodgers, .Secretary Executive and Ad visoty Council. . mm .im RMF 0HJM- - Hon. A. P. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. Pi Bickertun, First Associate Justi...

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 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1893. SIX PAGES. The Hawaiian Star. PUBl 1SHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY riY THB HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY Ltd Walikk o Smith, i!has. w Dav, Managing Etlilui. Husines-, Manaci SUBSCRIPTION RATES Hci Vr.u in Alhancc, y.oo Pm Munlh in Advance, yO Porfisn. per Vftl in Advance, lo.oo AUVER riSINO RATES. Kales foi uansicin ami regular advertising may M onUUMQ at I hi uildicalion other.. Bell Telephone Numbci 237, Mutual j6s THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER,?, 93 THE CHOICE FOR THE NATIVES By this nine intelligent natives must tiPL'in tii see that the Roval cause is doomed and that they have been sys tenitically tooled about its prospects Twenty-lour dates in all have been set fof restoration, yet restotation lias not tome and is now a by word among all who knew the trend of Mr. Blount's views before he left this capital, Every assurance given by the ex-Queen to her former subjects about an early return to Iolani Palace has come to nothing. Her proph...

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 September 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THl RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, Itl&b, SIX PAGES. 8 VOLUNTARY EXILfcS. r)cr.cv;ii 3Lottertf9tment&. Notorious Renegades and Deserters From Civilization. BOSTON July 26. Not long since a couple of young Englishmen possessed of that inordinate tppetiM for idvcn- ture, novelty and excitement which constitutes so characteristic a feature of the Anglo-Saxon race became in spired with in ambition to emulate the experiences of Alexander Selkirk, best known to fame as Robinson Crusoe. They determined to establish them selves on some island wheic they would be practically cut off from the remain der of the world, loruine favored their projects, fot instead of being forced to proceed to the Pacific ocean in search of a desert and uninhabited island, they were able to llnd one almost at then very doors. Tht island in question lies off the northern coast of Cornwall. It is only about a quai ter of a mile long and not more than 100 yards broad. Its name is Culland, and being e...

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