This is just one more article that is only partially legible. The Hawaiian newspapers need to be rescanned clearly!
COMMISSION WILL MEET TODAY TO PLAN CENTENARY
Definite Steps To Arrange Kamehameha Day Program Are Expected To Be Taken
Plans for the most elaborate Hawaiian celebration of Kamehameha Day, June 11, will be launched this morning at 9 o’clock at a meeting of the Kamehameha Centenary Commission, recently appointed by Governor McCarthy, to be held in the office of the Henry Waterhouse Trust Company. Continue reading
[Found under: “NA MEA HOU O HAWAII NEI.”]
The Birthday of Victoria.—On Sunday of this past week, the 24th of May was the birthday of Queen Victoria, the Widow Queen of England, Ireland, and Scotland, Continue reading
The birthday of Ka Haku o Hawaii.
That is this 20th of May, and it is being moved to the 21st; it will be a day of celebration, and therefore the Legislature will be postponed to the 23rd of May.
[The celebration was held on the following day because the 20th fell on a Sunday that year.]
(Hae Hawaii, 5/16/1860, p. 28)
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO.”]
Birthday Banquet [Ahaaina Palala].—In the afternoon of last week Thursday [June 13], a commemorative feast was given for the day of birth of John Meek Crabb (Papai,) Continue reading
[Found under: “KA HUAKAI A KA MOIWAHINE KALELEONALANI NO ENELANI.”
There were tables as well with Hawaiian food: lehua poi, fish from the fishponds, fish from the sea and schooling at Pohukaina, that is Likelike street today. Continue reading
[Found under: “Na Anoai o ka Ua Loku o Hanalei.”]
On the 2nd of May, that being a Saturday, the smoke from pig-baking imu will be seen from all the settlements of Wainiha, Continue reading