PATRIOTIC RIBBONS. The one whose name appears below is ready to supply the needs of those who order from the county and those living in the town of Honolulu, with Ribbons printed with the Hawaiian Flag and Crown.
THE BEAUTIFUL FLAG OF HAWAII! When the Editor of the Hawaii Holomua saw the Beautiful Flag of Hawaii being raised once again above Aliiolani Hale, he was quick with tiny Hawaiian Flags printed on silk ribbons to place upon the … Continue reading
Lincoln’s Birthday Marked By Graceful Courtesy of Hawaii’s Queen QUEEN LILIUOKALANI PRESENTING NEW COLORS TO THE HONOLULU BOY SCOUTS. From left to right: Col. C. P. Iaukea, the Queen, Mrs. George Smithies, Scout Commissioner Wilder and Scout Henry Thompson. Liliuokalani, … Continue reading
QUEEN WILL PRESENT FLAG TO BOY SCOUTS Honolulu V. Boy Scouts of America, commanded by Harry Hayward and familiarly known as the “Queen’s Own,” has been invited to call upon Queen Liliuokalani at 4:30 o’clock this afternoon at Washington Place,
The Flag Still There. In the Hawaiian News Company’s establishment this morning, Major Wodehouse, the British Minister, advised a clerk to “put those American flags in a bag.”
[Found under: “NA ANOAI O KA LA.”] From the news we last received, there is this: there is a desire to place the American Flag atop the Palace, and the Government House, and the other flag poles of the nation, … Continue reading
What are you doing next week Saturday (October 21)? There will be an exhibit of historic Hawaiian royal flags up on the hill!
THE HAWAIIAN NAVY FLAG. The Hawaiian Navy flag, from a design by Mrs. Strong, contains in the center, on a white back ground, a gold crown resting on a yellow shield. The shield contains a white tabu stick [puloulou], crossed … Continue reading
A MARVELOUS THING OF NO EQUAL! This past Monday the flag pole of Mr. and Mrs. Kamakaia was raised by the deft work of Sam Kaloa, and it stands with great honor. There are 30 or more flag poles have … Continue reading
This is one of my more favorite of newspaper mastheads. Kuu Hae Hawaii was a short-lived weekly that began on April 19, 1913 and the last extant copy is from July 4, 1913. It was headed by J. A. Akina, … Continue reading