Victoria Ward continues Curtis Perry Ward’s businesses, 1882.

NOTICE—The Draying Business of my late husband will be carried on by me, in the same manner as heretofore. Continue reading

Advertisements

Nothing augurs more surely the growth of a place than the increase in the number of printing offices… 1869.

[Found under: “NOTES OF THE WEEK.”]

Messrs. Black and Auld, having erected a new printing office on Merchant street, adjoining Rawson’s watch shop, have moved into the same, Continue reading

Pertaining to the death of Kahookano, 1891.

Calling those associated with Kahookano.

There was notice received from the Office of the Sheriff pertaining to the death of a man named Kahookano, on the 11th of March, 1891, taken by the sea from the schooner, “Equator,” at 31° north latitude, 180° west longitude. Continue reading

Kamehameha Coffee ad, 1919.

KAMEHAMEHA COFFEE

Sustaining

Grandma—and grandpa too—needs the sustaining food values of good coffee.

KAMEHAMEHA
Red Label
Pure Kona Coffee

—is rich in the elements that sustain the body. It imparts a gentle stimulation and soothes the ragged nerves.

AMERICAN FACTORS LTD.

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS

(PCA, 2/26/1919, p. 3)

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Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume LIX, Number 11516, Page 3. February 26, 1919.

Death of Mary Lehia Nihipali, 1918.

RETURNED HEAVY TO THE SANDS OF HANAKAHI.

Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa, Aloha nui kaua:—Please allow me to carry those sad words above amongst the beloved communities of ours so that the relatives and family of my dearly beloved grandchild will know.

Being that on the 26th of February 1918, my dear grandchild left this life; her soul went to god and her body to the earth, and the words he spoke came true, “Man that is born of a woman is of few days and full of trouble.” The doctors put in much effort, but that was not victorious. Continue reading