New Hawaiian shop, “Ka Noeau o Hawaii,” 1896.

“Ka Noeau o Hawaii.”

This is the name of a store that opened on this Independence Day [La Kuokoa] by some Hawaiian women in an office of Charles Aki’s [Kale Aki] large new rental space just built at Leleo near Koiuiu. There is sold Hawaiian goods fashioned with skill by the hands of women like ie hats, fans, blankets, purses, lace, and many other things, and also they do tailoring. This shop is under the equal management of Mrs. Aana Kekoa and her sister L. Aoe Like and Meleana Li. We doubt it, but it is said that they did sacrifices with the snout of a pig, and they feasted with those that labored with them until satiated. Our prayer for them is that they meet with good fortune and progress.

(Makaainana, 12/7/1896, p. 2)

"Ka Noeau o Hawaii."

Ka Makaainana, Buke VI—-Ano Hou, Helu 23, Aoao 2. Dekemaba 7, 1896.

Advertisements

Lucas Brothers, 1911.

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.

Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between CHARLES LUCAS, JOHN LUCAS, and LYDIA LUCAS TRUSTEE under the firm named LUCAS BROTHERS doing business as the HONOLULU PLANING MILL, is dissolved as of this date, Charles Lucas retiring from said partnership.

Charles Lucas the retiring partner, will pay all accounts existing against said partnership at the date hereof, and will collect and receive all accounts due said partnership.

Dated at Honolulu, April 19, 1911.

CHARLES LUCAS,
JOHN LUCAS,
LYDIA LUCAS, TRUSTEE.

(Hawaiian Star, 4/25/1911, p. 11)

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.

The Hawaiian Star, Volume XIV, Number 5942, Page 11. April 25, 1911.

J. T. Unea retires after over 20 years as newspaper agent, 1919.

LEAVES HIS POST AS AGENT.

Mr. Solomon Hanohano, Aloha oe:—Due to me going partially blind, and not being able to obtain a fountain pen [peni inika], I am therefore announcing to you, because of those reasons mentioned above, I am setting aside my position as agent for 20 years and more for the Nupepa Kuokoa, and also for the Aloha Aina and Alakai o Hawaii, with great appreciation for your (Kuokoa) and Aloha Aina’s full trust in me, your humble servant, for these many days.

Me, with aloha,

JOHN TAYLOR UNEA.

Kalaupapa, Oct. 28, 1919.

(Kuokoa, 11/17/1919, p. 3)

WAIHO MAI I KONA NOHO AKENA ANA.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LVII, Helu 45, Aoao 3. Novemaba 7, 1919.