King Kalakaua goes fishing for upapalu, 1875.

[Found under: “Nu Hou Kuloko.”]

Fond of Fishing—On the past bright moonlit night of Tuesday, the King went to fish for upapalu Continue reading

Just because you find something in the newspaper, that does not necessarily make it true, 1889.


While hurricanes and cyclones howl with destructive fury over most of the oceans and seas of the world, the Hawaiian Islands have a singular immunity from gales of that nature. In March last it was demonstrated that very few portions of the South Pacific are free from periodical disturbances of the elements that culminate in destructive violence. Continue reading