Absence of singing-birds among our trees? 1865.

Canaries.—There is nothing which strangers so quickly notice as the absence of singing-birds among our trees and in our gardens. We have to rely on imported birds, and among these the canary is the finest songster. Continue reading

On rice birds in Punaluu, 1873.

[Found under: “Na Hiohiona o Koolauloa.”]

Pertaining to Punaluu.—This is rice farming lands for Chulan & Co. There is much rice in this land; there is much rice as well amongst the Hawaiians in Waiono, Makana, Puheemiki, Kapano, and Papaakoko; Continue reading