The hand wields the scepter.
PRINTED BY BOYS OF KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL.
HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY , 1889.
As a convenient medium of communication with the friends and patrons of Kamehameha School, it is believed that Handicraft will receive a cordial welcome. It will be our aim to foster the interest of the public in our school, and to keep prominent the subject of manual training.
We shall make this emphatically a Kamehameha journal. While taking note of all educational matters in our little Kingdom, we shall specially aim to serve the interests of this school, and to promote its growth and development.
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(Handicraft, 1/1889, p. 2)