Fishing tale! 1912.

A LARGE FISH CAUGHT BY THE TAIL

In the afternoon of last week Thursday, a woman was surprised as she was pole fishing [kamakoikoi] at the Alakea pier when she hooked a large fish on her hook, and because she was full of fear when she saw it floating on the surface of the water, she left her pole behind, and the fish pulled it away. Continue reading

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Third annual Hoolaulea, 1927.

MANY ATTEND KAM SCHOOLS’ THIRD YEARLY HOOLAULEA

Kamehameha schools celebrated their third annual Hoolaulea or Parents-Graduates’ Get-Together Day yesterday afternoon and evening with exhibits, games and programs lasting from 2 o’clock until late in the evening. The school faculty and pupils were the hosts to several hundred parents and alumni, and practically every phase of school activity was shown in some form.

It began at the girls’ school where the crowd was entertained from 2 to 3:15. There were exhibits of nursing, social science, English, commercial classes, mathematics, art, millinery and dressmaking in the main building, all shown and explained by pupils and teachers who acted as guides. Mrs. H. K. Stewart, president of the Alumni association, was also busily engaged in showing visitors about and answering question. Continue reading