Signs of the Flu.
These are the signs of the Flu: a headache, sore throat, red eyes and muscle aches, but the back has the most pain. Sometimes, the pain is not severe and other times it is; and after three days of this then it begins to get better. These signs of the flu are not harmful to a person, but what is harmful is coming down with pneumonia after the Flu; and three days pass by and the person feels a little better and he thinks he is cured, and goes about outside and that is when pneumonia strikes. The only way a person will not get pneumonia is by laying down quietly and keeping warm and eating appropriate foods. You should not eat beef and fish; tea and coffee [??? ume kapa]. Continue reading
O Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa:—Please allow me some room for this. To all friend and intimates who gave their gifts of flowers, who stayed up with me and the family night and day while the body of our beloved Mrs. Rebecca Haliimaile Pinao was in repose, Continue reading
ALERT STAR-BULETIN NEWSBOYS—NO. 5
JOHN B. MADINS, JR.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Madins of Nuuanu street, near Kukui street. John was born in Honolulu in November, 1895. In a railroad accident at Waialua in 1912 Continue reading
ALERT STAR-BULLETIN NEWSBOYS—NO. 3
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Freitas of Asylum Road. Born in San Francisco, California, September 14, 1902. Continue reading
TO BE PUBLISHED AS A BOOK.
The true and correct story of Kaluaikoolau called by the name Koolau for short is here and will arrive. It is a true story of his live and everything pertaining to his actions in the valley of Kalalau for three years or so, beginning in 1893 until his eyes closed and dust returned to dust in the peaceful bosom of that famous nook.
There are 150 pages and many pictures.
One Dollar per Book; Cash only.
Honolulu, May 2, 1906.
(Kuokoa, 5/11/1906, p. 4)
Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLIV, Helu 19, Aoao 4. Mei 11, 1906.
[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko”]
Those who want a beach home for themselves in the country, the time has come that homes can be gotten, because a hundred or more lots to live at Paumalu-Pupukea, Continue reading
NA OLELO HOOLAHA.
BEFORE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Second Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. Maui, S. S. Adjoined June Term A. D. 1872. Thursday the twelfth day of September, A. D. 1872. MARY ANN KILIWEHI KAAUWAI, Libellant for Divorce, vs. WILLIAM HOAPILI KAAUWAI. Continue reading