[Found under: “LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS”]
The First Division of the Liliuokalani Educational Society will meet at Washington Place, three [?] o’clock Monday afternoon.
[Granted, this is a single sentence, but there is not much known about the Liliuokalani Educational Society, and every little mention is important…
This newspaper is bilingual, Hawaiian and English, and is also called “The National Herald”. The images are not very clear, and the typescript as a result is riddled with “@”s, which indicate that the area is illegible. Hopefully they (and all of the other newspapers) can be re-shot so that there will be legible images—the information they hold is priceless!]
(Ahailono a ka Lahui, February 1, 1890, p. 5)