Nothing augurs more surely the growth of a place than the increase in the number of printing offices… 1869.

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Messrs. Black and Auld, having erected a new printing office on Merchant street, adjoining Rawson’s watch shop, have moved into the same, Continue reading

Descendants of Hawaiian missionaries to Micronesia, 1951.

MICRONESIAN MISSION DESCENDANTS PAGED

Editor The Star-Bulletin: May I be permitted through the medium of your column to call the attention of the descendants of the Hawaiian missionaries to a great event which linked the lives of their ancestors to the ministry in Micronesia and elsewhere in the Pacific ocean? Continue reading