Francis Hyde Ii Brown (lengthy) political ad, 1926.

Francis H. Ii Brown

(Ii of Kahalelaukoa)

A Republican

SENATORIAL

Candidate

Give Your Ballot for Him

“A True Descendant of Yours, O Hawaii”

Make Him Your Servant

IT IS RIGHT TO SUPPORT HIM AND TO ELECT FRANCIS II BROWN AND THAT HE BECOME A SENATOR FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.

The great question that the voter will give his thought to before giving his support and vote, that is understanding and knowing first what is right; and when knowing what is right, then the support and votes will be gotten, but if it is known and understood that it is not right, then the person running for a position will lack support and votes. This is a long-standing lesson and it is something that is well fixed, something that one cannot avoid; some people have reasons why they give their support to some candidates running for some positions, while the thoughts of some voters wander about looking to arrive at a place of all the truths, and who is most appropriate to give their support and vote to so that they are voted into the various posts they are after. Continue reading

Evan Da Silva ten years later… 1930.

CANDIDACY ANNOUNCEMENT

I am placing once again my name before the voters in the First Representative District of the Island of Hawaii, while asking for your support in this coming Primary Election on the 4th of October, 1930. My efforts in the past sessions of the Legislature were to strengthen and to look closely after our rights, O Fellow makaainana from the Prostrate Coconut Trees of Kalapana [Niu Moe o Kalapana] all the way to the sheer trails of Hamakua [Alaulili o Hamakua]. Continue reading

Evan Da Silva political ad, 1920.

CANDIDACY ANNOUNCEMENT

I am placing once again my name before the voters in the First Representative District of the Island of Hawaii, while asking for your support in this coming Primary Election on the 2nd of October, 1920. My efforts in the past sessions of the Legislature were to strengthen and to look closely after our rights, O Fellow makaainana from the Prostrate Coconut Trees of Kalapana [Niu Moe o Kalapana] all the way to the sheer trails of Hamakua [Alaulili o Hamakua]. Continue reading