The new year is almost upon us, and once again nupepa-hawaii.com is sending you a calendar fashioned after the original one put out by the Aloha Aina newspaper 112 years ago. Feel free to print them out for yourself or to share it with friends. To get to the PDF image which you can download and print from, simply click on the image below.
[Found under: “LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS”]
The Ka Ahailono o Hawaii has issued an Alamanach for 1898 which is adorned with the pictures of the Hawaiian anti-annexation commission now in Washington.
[This is just another thing I wish I could see. As of today, there are no extant copies found of Ahailono o Hawaii (which first appeared on 6/7/1897). Maybe one of these days, someone will come across some. Please be on the look out.]
(Independent, 1/15/1898, p. 3)
The Independent, Volume VI, Number 790, Page 3. January 15, 1898.
Tomorrow, June 27, will be Mahealani, the 16th of the moon month Kaaona.
Mahealani is a good planting day. The Hawaiian farmer in ancient days who had a new field of potatoes would rise with the dawn to go into his garden and pray to Kanepuaa, the god of fertility. Continue reading
Calendars were given out by the newspapers throughout the years. Imagine what this one looked like. It was given to subscribers by the Loea Kalaiaina in 1898.
Ka Loea Kalaiaina, Papakuhikuhi Alemanaka, 1898.
Here is the 2016 nupepa-hawaii.com calendar fashioned after the one given away a 110 years ago by Ke Aloha Aina newspaper in 1906! Feel free to print it out for yourself or to share it with friends. To get to the PDF image (from which you can print or download), simply click on the image below:
See you all again in January. Let’s all have a hauʻoli makahiki hou!!