[Found under: “HUNAHUNA MEA HOU O HAWAII NEI.”]
A Printer at Makawao.—A paper printed at the press of the girls’ school at Makawao arrived at our business office. And being that we see it is a new thing being done there, we therefore extend our great praise for the girls who perhaps set the type and printed it on their press. And here are the words printed by them in Hawaiian [olelo kanaka]: May the parents, friends, and neighbors know that Thursday, the 28th of Dec., will be the examination of Makawao College at the protestant church in Makawao. Come all who wish.” It is published in Hawaiian and in English.
(Kuokoa, 12/23/1865, 2)