A THANK YOU.
At the meeting of the Hoola Lahui Society [Hui Hooulu a Hoola Lahui] held at Kapiolani Home on the 4th of April, 1894, it was decided that the Secretary of the Society will put these words of appreciation before the public: Continue reading →
Maternity Home Luau.
One of the biggest Hawaiian feasts seen in years is down for next Saturday. That is the luau for the beneficent institution, the Kapiolani Maternity Home. It will be held at the place itself. One thousand tickets have been issued and there is bound to be a large crowd. Continue reading →
[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko.”]
Hawaiian Ladies, don’t forget when you go in person to the party of the Maternity Home, on the 31st of March, to go with ti leaves.
(Hawaii Holomua, 3/14/1894, p. 3)
Hawaii Holomua, Buke I, Helu 30, Aoao 3. Maraki 14, 1894.
Thing of the olden days awakened.
On the past 31st of March, I heard there were some people searching for the stone image, and the name of that stone is Kanepohakaa. These are the names of the people, Palaha and Nawaiahu. Nawaiahu went to get Palaha. He said, “Get…
(Elele, 8/7/1847, p. 70)
Ka Elele, Buke 3, Pepa 9, Aoao 70. Augate 7, 1847.
Continue reading →
Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa, aloha oe:—Please place in an open space in your paper the news from here in Kuilei, that is this:
On this past 30th of March, J. K. Kealoha, teacher of Waipio, and Miss A. K. Keliipuleole of Kuilei, Honokaa, were joined by Rev. C. M. Kamakawiwoole at the residence of the woman. Continue reading →
ANCIENT ISLE MUSIC PLAYED
By MARY SALISBURY
(Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence)
LIHUE, Kauai, July 30.—A delightful hour of ancient Hawaiian chanting and use of the oldest musical instruments of the islands was presented by Fred Malulani Beckley Kahea and Timothy Makalei Montgomery on Monday evening at the parish house.
Both Mr. Kahea and Mr.Montgomery are from Honolulu and the program was sponsored by the Kauai Historical society and the Kauai Chamber of Commerce. Continue reading →
ANCIENT Hawaiian handicrafts—feather and lei making, manufacture of fibre nets and mats—to be taught in school at N. G. H. Armory by Fred Malulani Beckley Kahea, Hawaiian Guardman.
(Advertiser, 12/10/1922, p. 42)
Honolulu Advertiser, 64th Year, Number 12,491, Second News Section, Page 10. December 10, 1922.
[Found under: Nuhou Kuloko”]
To teach mat weaving [ulana moena], feather lei making [haku leihulu], sewing net [ka upena], and some other Hawaiian skills, Fred Malulani Beckley Kahea opened up Continue reading →
HONOLULU DAGUERREAN GALLERY.
THE SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the residents of Honolulu and vicinity, that he has removed to the new building recently erected on King street, opposite the Globe Hotel, where he is now prepared to take pictures in the highest perfection of the art, with all the latest improvements, and at the lowest prices. Having constructed these rooms expressly for his business, with Continue reading →
[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko”]
Because of a lack of an heir of a haole named James Knowles who died at Paauilo, Hawaii, on the 29th of March of 1913, Continue reading →