Hawaiian Hotel on Hotel Street, 1899.

THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL

HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.

The grounds upon which it stands comprise an entire square fronting on Hotel Street. There are twelve pretty cottages within this charming enclosure, all under the Hotel management. The Hotel and cottages afford accommodations for two hundred guests.

(Austin’s Hawaiian Weekly, 6/24/1899, p. 11)

THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL

Austin’s Hawaiian Weekly, Volume I, Number 2, Page 11. June 24, 1899.

Hawaiian Language classes on Maui, 1941.

TEACHES MAUI HAWAIIAN CLASS

J. P. COCKETT

 J. P. Cockett, county treasurer of Maui, is successfully conducting a class for the study of the Hawaiian language at Wailuku, which has a total enrollment of 33.

The class is now in an advanced stage and the students are making very satisfactory progress according to Mr. Cockett.

The membership consists of the following: Frank Suzuki, Hawley Seiler, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Correa, D. A. Correa, Mary D. Ah Sam, Mr. and Mrs. G. Furukawa, Mrs. H. Stibbard, Thomas Furukawa, Violet Chong, Ululani Collins, Elaine Matsumoto, C. Lindsay, Mrs. Abbie Baldwin, Misses Ah Lum and Mum Kyau Hew, B. Evelyn Miswander, M. Jane Gray, Miss Mildred Dean, Jack Marnie, K. Kawahara, G. Shimanuki, R. R. Omori, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chung, Sylvester Correa, Alfred C. Franco, William A. Adams, Bella R. Martin, A. W. Langa and M. L. Carmichael.

(Star of Hawaii, April 30, 1941, p. 4)

TEACHES MAUI HAWAIIAN CLASS

The Star of Hawaii, Volume XXXVI, Number 1, Page 4. April 30, 1941.