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206                        HAWAIIAN  ISLANDS.
List of accompanying documents.
No. 1. Mr. Stevens to Mr. Foster (telegram), January 18, 1893. 
No. 2. Mr. Stevens to Mr. Foster, January 18, 1893. 
No. 3. Mr. Dole to Mr. Foster, January 18, 1833. 
No. 4. Ex-Queen Liliuokalani to the President, January 18, 1893. 
No. 5. Mr. Stevens to Mr. Foster, January 19, 1893. 
No. 6. Mr. Foster to Mr. Stevens (telegram), January 28, 1893. 
No. 7. Mr. Tracy to Mr. Foster, January 28, 1893. 
No. 8. Mr. Stevens to Mr. Foster (telegram), February 1, 1893. 
No. 9. Mr. Smith to Mr. Foster, February 3, 1893. 
No. 10. Mr. Tracy to Mr. Foster, February 3, 1893.
No. 11. The Hawaiian special commissioners to Mr. Foster, February 3, 1893. 
No. 12. Credential letters of the Hawaiian special commissioners, exhibited Feb- 
ruary 4, 1893.
No. 13. Commissions of the Hawaiian special commissioners, exhibited February 
4, 1893.
No. 14. The Hawaiian special commissioners to Mr. Foster, February 4, 1893. 
No. 15. The Hawaiian special commissioners to Mr. Foster, February 11, 1893. 
No. 16. Mr. Carter to Mr. Foster, February 11, 1893. 
No. 17. Mr. Tracy to Mr. Foster, February 11, 1893. 
No. 18. Mr. Foster to Mr. Stevens, February 11, 1893. 
No. 19. Mr. Stevens to Mr. Foster, February 1, received February 14, 1893. 
No. 20. Mr. Stevens to Mr. Foster, February 1, received February 14, 1893. 
No. 21. Constitution of the Hawaiian Islands. 
No. 22. Statistical tabulated statements pertaining to the Hawaiian Islands.
A. Population in 1878, 1884, and 1890; voters in 1890.
B. Property, real and personal.
C. Schools: Number, attendance, and nationality of teachers.
D. Public debt, as of March 31, 1892.
E. Sugar plantations, value, area, ownership, wages.
F. Taxation,  internal, proceeds of, and per  capita in 1882, 1884, 1886, 1888, 
1890, and 1891.
G. Revenues and expenditures, biennial periods from 1878-'80 to 1890-'92.
H. Receipts, expenditures, cash balances, and public debt in 1880, 1882, 1884. 
1886, 1888, and 1892.
I. Imports, detailed statement of, from 1883 to 1892; values.
J. Exports, detailed statement of, from 1882 to 1891; quantities and values.
K. Imports and exports, by countries, from 1884 to 1891.
L. Imports and exports, and customs receipts, annual value of, from 1882 to 1891.
M. Navigation, nationality of vessels engaged in the foreign trade with the 
Hawaiian Islands from 1882 to 1891.
No. 1.
Mr. Stevens to Mr. Foster.
[Telegram.]
LEGATION OP THE UNITED STATES,
Honolulu, H. I., January 18, 1893. 
Via San Francisco, January 28. (Received January 28.) 
Events in Hawaii in the past few days have moved rapidly. An en- 
tire overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy and the establishment of a 
Provisional Government in the interest of the whole people of the 
islands without the sacrifice of a single life. The new government is 
in full possession of the islands and was promptly recognized by all 
the diplomatic representatives. The four men of whom it is composed 
are of high character, one of whom resigned his position as one of the 
supreme judges to assume the place. Pull dispatches by the mail 
leaving Honolulu to-day by special steamer.
STEVENS, 
United States Minister.

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