Dissolving of the business association between Ahana, W. P. Akau, and C. Y. Aiona, 1870.

ANNOUNCEMENT.

WHEREAS, THE STORE ASSOCIATION between AHANA, W. P. AKAU, and AIONA, at

KUKUIHAELE, HAMAKUA, HAWAII,

has been dissolved under agreement; and the assets and everything belonging to said Association has accrued to AIONA, and he will continue the Store Business there. All those who owe the prior Association should repay me; and everyone is invited to come visit for your buying pleasure [? no ko oukou lokomaikai kuai ana.]

C. Y. AIONA.

(Au Okoa, 10/13/1870, p. 2)

Ke Au Okoa, Buke VI, Helu 26, Aoao 2. Okatoba 13, 1870.

More on the importing of birds and plants and laborers, 1865.

Planters’ Society.

A general meeting of the Society was held at the Court House on Saturday last, April 1st, 1865, pursuant to a call published by his Ex. R. C. Wyllie.

Mr. Montgomery was called to the Chair, and stated that the objects of the meeting were, first, to consider the amalgamation of the Planters’ Society with the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society.

Hon. G. M. Robertson, appointed at a former meeting to report on the proposed step, stated that the simplest way for attaining the object was for the members of the Planters’ Society to unite individually with the R. H. A. Society. Continue reading

On rice birds in Punaluu, 1873.

[Found under: “Na Hiohiona o Koolauloa.”]

Pertaining to Punaluu.—This is rice farming lands for Chulan & Co. There is much rice in this land; there is much rice as well amongst the Hawaiians in Waiono, Makana, Puheemiki, Kapano, and Papaakoko; Continue reading

All-Around Chinese Athletic Club baseball team members, 1920.

HERE are members of the All-Round Chinese Athletic Club who are coming to Kauai July 2, for a series of baseball games with our clubs. Top, left to right—Shipp Lo, rf; You Chang, p; F. Tyau, 3b; Lee Lai (captain), 2b; C. Chang, p; Edward Low, p. Middle row—Lim Young, rf; Abraham K. Kalana, manager; Young Yuen, 1b. Front row—Lee Kai, Wah Han Leong, ss; Ah Kee Leong, c; Nelson Kau, p; Chun Chew, cf.

(Garden Island, 6/22/1920, p. 1)

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The Garden Island, Volume 16, Number 25, Page 1. June 22, 1920.

Deaths in Kalawao, Molokai, 1886.

[Found under: “NA  NUHOU KULOKO.”]

We were informed that there were 45 deaths at Kalawao, Molokai, from the 7th of January to the 23 of May. And amongst these people there was on Chinese, his name was Ani [???] from Honolulu.

[If we had a clear scan of this paper, maybe we could see what his name was.]

(Elele, 8/28/1886, p. 2)

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Ka Nupepa Elele, Buke VIII, Helu 9, Aoao 2. Augate 28, 1886.

Yew Char in the legislature, 1926.

Rise of Yew Char to Position In Legislature Like Alger Story

First American of Full Chinese Ancestry To Have Place In Lower House

Was Once Bootblack and Newsboy On the Streets of Honolulu

From newsboy and bootblack, plying his trades in the streets of Honolulu, to member of the house of representatives of the territorial legislature, summarizes the career of Yew Char, local photographer who is the first American citizen of pure Chinese ancestry to be accorded a seat in the law-making body. Continue reading

Yew Char returns, 1916.

CHINESE OF HONOLULU COMPLETES COURSE IN ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY

YEW CHAR

Studied Profession Two Years In Chicago College—May Enter Business Here

Yew Char, a well known Chinese boy of Honolulu has just finished a two year course of study in a Chicago photographic institution and is returning to the city as an expert camera man and technical man in the great modern art. He is the first Chinese to obtain a complete education in this business. Continue reading