Welo Ana, e ka Hae Hawaiʻi! 2017.

Next week Monday up on the hill, go check out the presentation put on by Kamehameha Schools’ Kaʻiwakīloumoku on patriotism and the Hawaiian Flag!

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I wonder if any of these golden Hawaiian flag badges still survive, 1893.

GOLDEN HAWAIIAN FLAGS.

We saw beautiful new Golden Hawaiian Flags at the jewelry store of Mr. T. Linday [Lindsay], on Fort Street, upland of the store of Mr. McInerny [Mr. Makinane]. It is most beautiful and reasonable in price. O those of Patriotic hearts, you must go get one at once, lest they run out first, for there are not many.

(Hawaii Holomua, 6/2/1893, p. 2)

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Hawaii Holomua, Buke III, Helu 234, Aoao 2. Iune 2, 1893.

“He make no ka ka haole, a he ola no hoi; pela no na Kahuna Hawaii.” 1872.

ANNOUNCEMENT.

LET ALL MEN know the thoughts of the Hawaiian Medical Practitioners [Kahuna Lapaau Hawaii], they who number one hundred and fifty. O Ke Au Okoa, speak their thoughts. About how we will bear this immense right of ours impeccably, without deceit. Let them be instructed to put behind these evil thing: evil sorcery [anaana], imitative magic [hoopiopio], sending spirits [hoounauna], and the deification of all evil things; Continue reading

Alexander Young Cafe, 1910.

There is more than soupcon of elegance in the meals served at the Alexander Young Cafe. It is real, from top to bottom of the menu card, and nothing is left to the imagination.

[I was just told by someone who knew the establishment that the cheese bread that came out of the bakery was the best. But she heard that the baker took the recipe with him when he passed on… And you don’t hear the word “soupçon” very often these days!]

(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 5/1/1910, p. 18)

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The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume VII, Number 382, Page 18. May 1, 1910.