People continue to ask where donations for this blog should be sent. The answer still remains the same. What would be worthwhile is that if you think these posts are worth anything to anyone you know, to pass them on, whether by reposting them electronically on Facebook, Twitter, your own blog, or by email; or by printing them out and handing them off; or the old-fashioned way, by talking about them.
However, if you indeed want to make donations, please consider getting together perhaps with some friends, a dehumidifier (maybe like this one, or something similar) for the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Library and Archives! The Library & Archives care for much of the newspapers from which I get my information. They also are the caretakers of journals and letters and books containing historical information that cannot be found anywhere else. Dehumidifiers help to maintain the best environment for all their documents, but they break down every so often in our environment.
Me ka oiaio no,
Funeral service.—We were informed that their will be a service over the remains of Edward Keliikue Reynolds (Lanai,) at 4 o’clock in the afternoon of this coming Sunday. The procession will begin from the church at Polelewa.
Returned.—With the arrival of the letter-carrying ship of ours, the Comet, this past Sunday, a number of haole familiar to us have returned; also returning aboard it was Henry Thompson (Kamikana) of the bar of Hawaii nei, Continue reading
HE HULA NO KA HUI KAMEHAMEHA.
Hookahi meahou ma Kauai,
Ka Hui Kamehameha ku lanakila,
He inoa nui kou, ua kaulana,
Ka Na’i Aupuni a o Hawaii nei;
He Wehi no Uluhaimalama.
Hookahi la nui ua hiki mai,
O Uluhaimalama he malapua
Ua ana pono ia na kapuai,
Ka loa a me ka laula,
Ua hoolawaia e na hoa,
E kanu a ulu, liko a lau,
Pua a mohala i ke kakahiaka,
Puia i ke ala o na pua, Continue reading
PRICES FOR FISHES ARE SET BY THE FOOD COMMISSIONER, CHILD.
This past Saturday, the rules of the food commissioner of Hawaii nei, Child, went into effect, in that the prices for different fishes will be set, not like before when fish was so expensive that some people could not afford fish for them and their families. Continue reading
[Prayer of Kana found in: “He Moolelo Kaao no Kana: Ke Ahi Kanana, Ka Hiapaiole, Ka Moopuna a Uli, Ka Mea Nana i Hoohiolo o Haupukele ka Puu Kaua i Molokai.”]
Ua meha ka leo o ka ale o ka moana
Ua mea ka leo o ke kai
Ua meha ka leo o ke kanaka
Ua meha ka leo o ka manu noio o ke kai
Ua meha ka leo o ka Aama kua lenalena o ka pali
Ua meha ka leo o ka Opihi makaiauli
Ua meha ka leo o ka Hee pali
Ua meha ka leo o ka Amakihi holo kahakai Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO.”]
On the first page, first column of our paper of today, our readers saw the “Canoe Song,” [Mele Waa] of Chief Lunalilo. Continue reading