O MAKAAINANA WHO TRULY LOVE THE CHIEF. ARISE, MAKE HASTE.
Show our true aloha for our Royal Mother by going to see Her on Her birthday that will be observed this coming Monday, September 2, from 12 o’clock until 1 p.m. There is only one hour to go in and shake hands with Her. This will be a large royal audience given to the public, from the kamaaina to the malihini, from the lofty ones to the lowly, from the rich to the poor, for the haole and we, Hawaii’s own. The great desire of our beloved Queen is for Her to see us, Her own makaainana going to see Her. Continue reading
KEEP IN MIND—
It’s Selling Time
THE PROFIT IS ALL YOURS
LOOK IN THE windows. See what we’re doing in Men’s Suits at $12. The entire window filled with striking values. The other big windows filled with Boys’ Suits, $3.50, $4 and $5—but very little over half price. Fine qualities every one.
First Floor—in and around the entrance—will be found displayed a Special Bargain in Men’s Trousers made from the finest Imported Cassimeres and Worsteds. One lot, $5; the other $6.80. Twenty beautiful styles, all from merchant tailor materials.
WM. H. WANAMAKER,
Twelfth and Market Streets.
(Philadelphia Inquirer, 7/8/1891, p. 8)
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Volume 125, Number 8, Page 8. July 8, 1891.
DR. MAKALUA ANNOUNCES HIS ADDRESS.
In the following letter, you will learn where Dr. Makalua, is living, the Hawaiian Doctor who has lived for many years in England; it is a reply to a question that was published in the Advertiser newspaper asking for his address. Continue reading
LET ALL PEOPLE KNOW, I call out to you all, but it is the specific person that is the one, for I found and have here in my hands a
Mamo Feather Lei,
KNOW ALL MEN, I am the one whose name is below; I forbid all people who own animals from setting them loose on my land situated at Pawaakai at the corner of King and Waikiki Streets; Continue reading
I SAY TO ALL KANAKA AND PEOPLE who own animals, to remove their animals before the first day of the coming July, from my lands, they being:
Laiewai and Laiemaloo.
Two Dollar Reward.
LOST ON THE MORNING of Wednesday, the 18th of June, on the road going up to Nuuanu, was a Black Veil. Will be gotten by the one who finds this veil, when they return it to Dr. Smith at Monikahaae, or to H. M. Whitney [H. M. Wini].
(Kuokoa, 6/28/1862, p. 3)
Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke I, Helu 31, Aoao 3. Iune 28, 1862.