Great Jubilee Gift from the King.
It pleases the Chief, the King, to give freely these things below, for the Jubilee Feast to be Celebrated on Wednesday, June 15:
10,000 Pounds of Poi, 20 Pigs, 400 Fish, 8 Sheep, 1 Cow and two carts of greenery for decoration. Continue reading
Order of the Jubilee Parade
JUNE 15, 1870.
The Jubilee Parade will be set in order at Kawaiahao, at 9 o’clock in the morning of Wednesday, June 15, as follows.
Members of the Hawaiian Evangelical Association [Ahahui Euanelio Hawaii]. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO.”]
We announce once again; the Government Offices will be closed on Wednesday, the 15th of June, as a holiday for the entire Nation for the fiftieth anniversary of enlightenment from the Church.
(Kuokoa, 6/11/1870, p. 3)
Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke IX, Helu 24, Aoao 3. Iune 11, 1870.
[Found under: “Nu Hou Kuloko.”]
Important days in June.—June 5, 1870, a large fire in Constantinople [Konatinopela], destroying 7000 houses. Continue reading
KA NA’I AUPUNI O HAWAII
E Huli Ana Nana i na Koolau. Continue reading
HILO, DAMPENED BUT UNDETERRED HONORS FAME OF KAMEHAMEHA
Celebration at Mooheau Park Goes Ahead Full Swing in Spite of Showers and Threatening Skies.
LUAU IN PAVILION IS BIG ATTRACTION
Although rain fell this morning in Hilo, it did not put an end to the celebration of Kamehameha Day. Not so anybody would notice it, for the crowd turned up at Mooheau park to enjoy the baseball game between the road workers and the county employees, Continue reading
Big Luau To Mark Day Of Kamehameha
Kamehameha Day will be celebrated in Hilo by a big luau which is to be given by the road workers of the county at Mooheau park on Wednesday. It is expected that 500 persons will sit down to the Hawaiian feast. The country side is being scoured for delicacies to place before the guests and it is freely predicted that the luau will be the best ever seen in Hilo. Continue reading