FROM ONE WHO LOVES HILO
Editor, The Star-Bulletin.
Sir: Will you kindly insert in your paper an item which may be of interest to your readers, especially perhaps to those who are residents of Hilo and the island of Hawaii. Continue reading
[Found under: “NA MEA HOU O HAWAII NEI.”]
Hula in Hanapepe.—We heard from S. Papiohuli of Hanapepe, Kauai, that the area is turning to Hawaiian hula, Continue reading
[Found under: “THE CIVIL CODE OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.”]
TO THEATERS CIRCUSES AND PUBLIC SHOWS.
Sec. 96. The Minister of the Interior may license any theater, circus, Hawaiian hula public show, or other exhibition, not of an immoral character to which admission is obtainable by the payment of money, for such time, not exceeding one year, and upon such terms and conditions as he shall think reasonable; provided, however, that not less than ten dollars shall be required for each performance licensed. Continue reading
[Found under: “NA KANAWAI CIVILA O KO HAWAII PAE AINA.”]
No na palapala ae i ka poe hana keaka, keaka hololio, me na hana lealea imua o ka lehulehu.
Pauku 96. E hiki no i ke Kuhina Kalaiaina ke haawi aku i ka palapala ae no kekahi keaka, keakahololio, hula Hawaii, a no kekahi hoike lealea e ae imua o ka lehulehu, ke ole ia he hana ku i ka hilahila a pono ole paha, a ina hoi he hana e loaa mai ai ka uku o ka poe komo e nana a e makaikai, no ka manawa i oi ole aku i ka makahiki hookahi, a no ka uku, a mamuli hoi o na olelo hooponopono i kupono i ko ke Kuhina manao, aole nae e emi ka uku no kela hoike ana keia hoike ana malalo o na dala he umi.