The residents of the homesteads of Nanakuli, Papakolea and Waimanalo, Oahu; Hoolehua, Molokai; and Keaukaha, Hilo; are making ready with their commemoration of the birth of the chief Iona Kuhio Kalanianaole, on the third week of this month, and Hawaiians are invited to arrive there to join in on the commemorations to be held.
(Hoku o Hawaii, 3/15/1939, p. 3)
Ka Hoku o Hawaii, Volume XXXIII, Number 46, Aoao 3. Malaki 15, 1939.
UA MAU KE EA O KA AINA I KA PONO.
(Hae Hawaii, 8/31/1859. p. 1)
Ka Hae Hawaii, Buke 4, Ano Hou.—-Helu 22, Aoao 1. Aukate 31, 1859
NA LIMA KAKAUHA MALUNA O KA PUA-I O KEKAHI LAHUI.
[This article is taken from the famed “Strangling Hands upon a Nation’s Throat” article by Miriam Michelson, which appears in the San Francisco Call, 9/30/1897, pp. 1–3. The introductory paragraphs go:] Continue reading
ON BENDED KNEE.
During these days of turmoil of thought and perplexity of life, we have but one sanctuary that we remind our fellow citizens of, where they can receive solace and put an end to the burdens of sadness and grief, Continue reading
Ke Aiwaiwa Koolau.
He ohohia nui,
Nou a e Koolau,
Na pali kiekie,
Kalalau ka i luna
Alahaka i Nualolo,
Ua kohu auhau,
Kokolo i Makuaiki, Continue reading
SOPHIA SHELDON HAS PASSED ON.
In the afternoon of this past Sunday, May 23, at 4 p. m., the spirit of the body of Miss Kopaea L. Sheldon [Miss Sophia L. Sheldon] left this life at her residence in Iwilei, Honolulu, at 46 years old; she was born in North Kona, Hawaii, on the 15th of November 1850, by Henry L. Sheldon and Hanna Sheldon; she has brothers and children and grandchildren and much family and friends who she left behind who are grieving for her with lamentation. Continue reading