Image of Bishop Bank, 1899.

HALE BANAKO O BIHOPA.

[This is an image done of the Bank of Bishop and Company, which that year was celebrating its forty-first anniversary. It was at this time located at the corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu Streets.]

(Kuokoa, 8/18/1899, p. 4)

HALE BANAKO O BIHOPA.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XXXVIII, Helu 33, Aoao 4. Augate 8, 1899.

More on rubber cultivation in Hawaii nei. 1907.

A RUBBER ASSOCIATION TO BE ESTABLISHED ON MAUI.

MAUI. June 1.—A business meeting was held at the Kahului Baldwin National Bank [Banako Lahui a Baldwin o Kahului] by people seriously planting and raising rubber [raba] in this Archipelago, and the outcome of the meeting was the establishment of an Association called “Ka Ahahui Hawaii a ka Poe Hooulu Raba [Hawaiian Rubber Growers’ Association]”.

It seems that when looking at this, this is the first association of its kind established in the whole of the United States of America, and it is a fact that it will start and strive to push forward the planting and growing of rubber in the Archipelago.

In the meeting, D. C. Lindsay was chosen as president, and Doctor E. C. Waterhouse as vice president, Hugh Howell, the Secretary and Treasurer, and H. A. Baldwin and James L. Coke as fellow advisors.

And after consideration, Messrs. Lindsay and Coke and Pogue were chosen as members of the committee to draft bylaws and rules for the Association.

Also at this meeting was Mr. J. G. Smith of the American Agricultural Experiment Station [Kahua Hoao Houlu Meakanu o Amerika] in Honolulu and he gave some valuable advice relating to the planting and the wide distribution of rubber. At a proper time, another meeting will be held.

In the thoughts of Mr. Smith, after he searched and investigated about growing rubber in Hawaii, he found that it is a very valuable endeavor that will bring good fortune to the land and it is well that the growing of rubber in Hawaii be called a rich mine. This declaration was perhaps enough of a statement befitting the importance of this effort to raise rubber. This is a truly lucrative endeavor.

(Kuokoa, 6/7/1907, p. 5)

KUKULUIA HE AHAHUI RABA MA MAUI.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLII, Helu 23, Aoao 5, Iune 7, 1907.

Interesting advertisement done as a conversation. 1907

PAULO KALAUKA.

Where were you?

I was at Paulo Kalauka folk’s place!

What were you doing there?

I went to get me some money!

He has a lot of money!

How did you get your money?

I put down my land as mortgage!

You don’t say!

If that’s the case, I’m going to go get me some money.

Where is his Office?

It is on King Street, Number 74, in the Watty Building.

Go quick! Don’t dawdle!

(Kuokoa, 8/2/1907, p. 6)

PAULO KALAUKA

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLII, Helu 31, Aoao 6. Augate 2, 1907.