This is what the digital image of the first page of the first issue of Ke Au Okoa looks like (4/24/1865, p. 1)
The Au Okoa which ran from 4/24/1865 to 3/27/1873 was the medium for official announcements of the kingdom, including the proceedings of the legislature, as well as for the publication of new laws. Continue reading
E HOONOHO AI I PAPA OLA HAWAII.
NO KA MEA, ua ikeia ka hemahema o na Apana kuaaina o keia Aupuni no na Kahuna Lapaau ole;
A NO KA MEA, ua nui na popilikia o ka lahui Hawaii no ka malama pono ole ia na Kahuna Lapaau maoli.
A NO KA MEA HOI, ua manaoia he mea kupono ka ae ana i na Kahuna Lapaau maoli. NOLAILA: Continue reading
E KOKUA ANA I NA POE MAI NA AINA E, E KOMO MAI ANA ILOKO O KEIA AUPUNI E NOHO AI.
NO KA MEA, he mea nui ka hooki ana i ka emi ana o na kanaka o keia pae aina a me ka emi o ka Lahui Hawaii; nolaila, Continue reading