Looking back at things that don’t change, 1904.


Candidate Cecil Brown The Victim of a Scamp.

Circular letters were sent broadcast through the mail yesterday, attacking in a scurrillous way the candidacy of Cecil Brown for the Senate. All three of the men whose names appear on the letter have made affidavit that they had nothing to do with it and knew nothing about it. An effort is being made by Mr. Ryan and the Good Government Club to run down the author of the circular. It is understood that Detective Hatter will be put on the case. Continue reading

Vital Statistics, 7/16/1920.


Akong Dolas to Elizabeth Ramos, July 9.
Kalama Opio to Mrs. Annie Keliihaunaele, July 12.


To Ung Ha and Sarah Kekaula, a son, July 1.
To J. H. Kawaauhau and Jennie Keahi, a son, July 9.
To George Jane Jr. and Mamie Kaululehua, a daughter, July 10.
To David Pua and Kailiponi Poka, a daughter, July 10.


William Lee Jr., on Dement Street, June 30.
Mary Kaiewe, at Leahi Home, June 30.
Joe Makea, at Queen’s Hospital, July 8.
Kala Hoomana, on Puohia Street, July 10.
Maria K. Wongham Moore, on Cartwright Street, July 10.
Solomon Kahaleulei, on Hustace Street, Koula, July 10.
John Kailihiwa, at Queen’s Hospital, July 11.
Mary L. Kauahi, at the Children’s Hospital, July 13.
Elizabeth Kaulani, at the Asylum, July 13.

(Kuokoa, 7/16/1920, p. 4)

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LVIII, Helu 29, Aoao 4. Iulai 16, 1920.