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Mafia? 1893.

AN AMERICAN MAFIA.

“The Queen never will be restored to the throne, for she will be shot within 24 hours, and every man who takes office under her will be shot also—we have men secretly sworn to do it.” 819 more words

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Ka Haku o Hawaii and Fire Engine Company 4, 1862.

New Member for Number 4.—Recently, His Highness, Ka Haku o Hawaii, became a new member of Engine Company Number 4 . We see the young Alii joining in on these fine work. 65 more words

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W. D. Alexander on Restoration Day, 1896.

A MEMORABLE DAY

Admiral Thomas Declines the Provisional Cession of the Islands.

Professor Alexander’ Brief But Graphic Description of the Important Events of 1843

On the 10th of February 1843, the British frigate Carysfort, commanded by Lord George Paulet, arrived at Honolulu, and showed displeasure by withholding the usual salutes. 2,660 more words

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Restoration Day, 1896.

The Independent recalls the fact that to-day is Restoration day. It reprints on its first page Professor Alexander’s description of the incidents attaching to it. If inaccurate in detail, it is worth reading and is suggestive to thoughtful persons at the present time. 47 more words

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On ice and challenges and such, 1919 / timeless.

On Assisting Destitute Hawaiians

O True Hawaiians, rise, stand, and give a helping hand of aloha, oh to you, Hawaii’s own, the flesh of your flesh, the bone of your bone. 393 more words

Commentary From This Blog

The Independent speaks out, 1897.

Ed. The Independent:—

“The little knot of noisy royalists,” as the Star chooses to call the overwhelming majority of the legal voters of 1892, numbering about 15,000, who in the near future will be called upon to decide by a plebiscite as to the form of government they wish to live under is now by the natural whirl of events fast approaching their object. 293 more words

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Senator John T. Morgan replies, 1897.

MORGAN’S REPLY.

The Senator From Alabama Answers J. K. Kaulia’s Open Letter.

He Defends the Position of Himself and the Annexationists.

Honolulu, Oct. 12, 1897. 802 more words

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