Treasures spread across the four corners of the earth? 1906.

Auction Sale

Tourists! Collectors!

Thursday, Feb. 1, 1906,

10 O’CLOCK A. M.,

At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu Street, I will sell, under instruction from the Administrators of the Estate of

MARY AILAU

the eminent Hawaiian collector, the following ancient and other relics of

Ancient Chiefs

Pig Platters,

Calabashes,

Cocos (Calabash Nets),

Tapas,

Stone Adzes,

Stone Lamps,

Mike Stones,

Poi Pounders,

49 Fans,

2 Kauila Aumakuas (War Spears),

2 Hula Drums (Ancient),

1 Idol—Kukaili-iki—One of Kamehameha’s War Gods,

1 Ipu Hula (Gourd Drum),

1 Pawehe Calabash,

1 Pawehe Water Bottle,

1 Newa (War Club),

2 Bamboo Cushions,

1 Hinai Opae,

2 Samoan War Clubs,

1 Koko (Ancient),

1 Black Kapa (Burial),

1 Lauhala Hall Mat,

7 Samoan Cocoanut Bowls,

1 Lauhala Bag,

1 Case Stuffed Hawaiian Birds,

1 Aumakua,

1 Kauila Kahili Stick,

1 Kahili Stick (Tortoise) and Ivory (Ancient),

2 Emu Eggs,

1 Carved Coco Bank,

1 Large Show Case,

4 Lei Hulus (Native Birds),

1 Samoan War Club,

1 Moss Album.

JAMES F. MORGAN,

AUCTIONEER.

(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 1/29/1906, p. 8)

Auction Sale

The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, XLIII, Number 7324, Page 8. January 29, 1906.

Sam Kuula for Representative, 1922.

FOR REPRESENTATIVE

SAM KUULA

I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for member of the House of Representatives to be elected at the Primary Election on October 7, 1922 and solicit your support in my campaign for the office.—Adv.

SAM KUULA.

(Maui News, 9/8/1922, p. 6)

FOR REPRESENTATIVE

Semi-Weekly Maui News, 22nd. Year, Number 1199, Page 6. September 8, 1922.