THE DEMAND FOR UKULELE IS GREAT
According to news from San Francisco, the ukulele [pila ki-ka ukulele] is in great demand from all over America, because it was heard first-hand by thousands of visitors heard the ukulele being played at an exposition in San Francisco [Panama-Pacific International Exposition].
Ready to Produce Poi
I recently built a Poi Factory for Myself, and am ready and am steaming taro. My poi is six pounds for a quarter. Those people who want to pick up poi however should bring a bag to put the poi in.
My taro comes from Pauoa, a land of delicious poi. All those who want poi are invited to leave their poi orders on the day prior to when they want it so that I know how much taro I need to cook so that there is enough for the desired poi.
NEWS OF WAIMEA.
H. Baldwin was recently here with some other haole searching for the source of the water of Ulu, flowing in Waipio, and it was found through the patient search of that haole, and some Hawaiians along with the writer were along on that trip to find water, in the jungles of the mountain; this is thought to be water to make an auwai from Ulu to Hamakua, and it will be started perhaps soon. Continue reading
City Photo CO.
PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
Mr. On Char, in 1912, started the City Photo Co. His first advent into the photographic field was in 1904 when he entered the employ of the Rice & Perkins Studio of this city.
In 1920, Mr. Char went to the mainland to take up a post graduate course at The New York Institute of Photography and upon his return rejoined this concern. Mr. Char is a member of the Photographers’ Association of America. Continue reading
Notice is hereby given that we the undersigned have sold our Rice Plantation at Hanalei, Island of Kauai, to Man Sing Company, Ltd.
MAN SANG CO.,
By CHANG POO LEONG
Dated April 11, 1905.
(Kuokoa, 4/21/1905, p. 8)
Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLIII, Helu 16, Aoao 8. Aperila 21, 1905.
FINE HAWAIIAN MUSIC.
Hawaiian mele, like Wehiwehi, Akeleakele ka Manao, Mai Poina Oe Ia’u, Maui no ka Oi (in English and Hawaiian), Kapilina, Kuu Lei Loke, and Laieikawai; Continue reading
[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
[Found under: “NA HUNAHUNA MEAHOU O LAIE.”]
This Saturday morning, the 23rd of March, 1918, Mr. Iosua Manoha went peddling his tins of kulolo upon his handcart at the gates of the houses here in Laie, shouting, “Kulolo! Kulolo! Half gifted! It is as rich as pig fat; it exudes fat. How youthful, kulolo baking boy of Kauai.
[Moni ka haae!]
(Kuokoa, 4/5/1918, p. 3)
Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LVI, Helu 14, Aoao 3. Aperila 5, 1918.
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO: Oahu.”]
Awa Shop in Waianae Closed.—This past Tuesday, the Awa Shop of Kihikihi folks at the place mentioned above closed. Continue reading
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between Afong & Achuck, under that firm name and style, limited by the articles of Co-partnership Continue reading