Tuesday, October, 3, 1899 Honolulu: Bulletin Publishing Company, 1899.
Newspaper. Newspaper. Approx. 21" x 15". 8 pages. Several advertisements, post Spanish American War news, a short news article about a baseball game, news from the nearby Islands, and more. Several folds. Some edge wear to the pages. A pro-American newspaper with the subtitle printed at the top of page 1 "President McKinley Upholds American Rights in Hawaii." Good. Item #15939
From the library of Congress:
Beginning May 16, 1895, the Daily Bulletin was continued by the Evening Bulletin, which by 1898 was under the leadership of former Honolulu Advertiser editor and future Territorial Governor Wallace R. Farrington. One month later the Evening Bulletin absorbed Daniel Logan’s short-lived Independent and quickly emerged as a strong advocate for Hawaiian annexation and statehood. On July 1, 1912, the Evening Bulletin merged with the Hawaiian Star to form the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. American businessman Joseph B. Atherton had established the Hawaiian Star in Honolulu as the official voice of the Provisional Government following the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy in 1893. Needless to say that, with the “Star” in its title symbolizing the American flag and firm editorials warning Hawaiians against bringing back any form of monarchy, the Hawaiian Star was consistently pro-American and pro-annexation.