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                             596	HAWAIIAN  ISLANDS.
presence, and the quick recognition by Mr. Stevens, easily prepared her for the suggestion that the President of 
the United States had no knowledge of these occurrences and must know of and approve or disapprove of what 
had occurred at a future time. This, too, must have contributed to her disposition to accept the suggestions of 
Judge Widemann and Mr. Damon. Indeed, who could have supposed that the circumstances surrounding her 
could have been foreseen and sanctioned deliberately by the President of the United States.
Her uniform conduct and the prevailing sentiment amongst the natives point to her belief as well as theirs 
that the spirit of justice on the part of the President would restore her crown.
Attention is now invited to the following table, showing the census of the Hawaiian Islands by districts and 
islands in 1890:
Latest official census of the Hawaiian Islands, taken December 28, 1890, by districts and islands.

HAWAII.
Hilo......................... ..........................	9,935
Puna ..................................................	834
Kau...................................................	2,577
North Kona............................................	1, 753
South Kona....................................... ......	1,812
North Kohala..........................................	4,303
South Kohala..........................................	538
Hamakua...............................................	5, 002
26, 754
MAUI.
Lahaina...............................................	2,113
Wailuku...............................................	6, 708
Hana..................................................	3,270
Makawao..............................................	5,266
17, 357 
Molokai ..............................................  2, 632
Lanai.................................................	   174
OAHU.
Honolulu...............................................22, 907
Ewa.................................. .................. 2,155
Waianae ................................................      903
Waialua...... ..........................................  1, 286
Koolauloa. ..............................................  1, 444
Koolaupoko ............................................ 2,499
31,194
KAUAI.
Waimea ..............................................	2,523
Niihau ...............................................	216
Koloa................................. -.............	1,755
Kawaihau ............................................	2,101
Hanalei ..............................................	2,472
Lihue ................................................	2,792
                                                       11,859

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