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Unheeded words of Talmage to the United States of America, 1894.

REV. DR. TALMAGE.

His Article Which Greatly Hurt the Missionaries Amongst Us.

The article below written by the Rev. Doctor Talmage of New York and published in a newspaper there was translated and published in the newspaper “Aloha Aina;” however,  because of the difference between our understanding of the translation and theirs, we took it and translated it once more and am putting it before our readers. 132 more words

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Thomas De Witt Talmage on the overthrow, 1894.

A TWO SIDED CASE.

DR. TALMAGE INVESTIGATES THE TROUBLE IN HAWAII.

The American Traveler Also Enjoys the Hospitality of the Ex-Queen and the New President—The Wife of the Latter a Most Delightful and Talented Lady. 2,172 more words

Illustration

In Nomine Dei Nostri Satanas Luciferi Excelsi, Ave Voluptartis Carnis

Written by Cadet Superior G.A. Kirkman

Tyrannical toward himself, he must be tyrannical toward others. All the gentle and enervating sentiments of kinship, love, friendship, gratitude, and even honor, must be suppressed in him and give place to the cold and single-minded passion for revolution. 1,183 more words

The Prayer of the Lahui, 1893.

KA PULE A KA LAHUI HAWAII.

E—Iehova Sabaota
O—na kaua,—ke Kahikolu
L—aahia Hemolele,
A—lana ia no ko ke ao nei.
O—ka makou pule e maliu mai— 249 more words

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The Claudine leaves for San Francisco, 1893.

The ship Claudine left for San Francisco last night, with the Representatives of the provisional government, they being Messrs Thurston , Charles Clark , W. R. 53 more words

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The Household Guards, 1893.

THE TROOPS ARE DISMISSED.

The new government has dismissed the Queen’s Guards.

(Leo o ka Lahui, 1/19/1893, p. 2) 10 more words

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King: a holy hero

Today we celebrate the Birthday of one of the USA’s greatest heroes–Martin Luther King Jr.  I can’t think of another person from the 20th century I’d rather celebrate.   782 more words

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