Political Ad, 1920.


Democratic candidate for the house, fifth district.

(Star-Bulletin, 10/1/1920, p. 4)

Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Volume XXVIII, Number 8879, Page 4. October 1, 1920.

Political Ad, 1920.


Democratic candidate for the house, fifth district.

Samuel Pupuhi, Democrat, is a candidate for the house from the fifth district.

He was born at Kipahulu, Maui, May 4, 1880, and attended the Kipahulu government school under Jonah K. Nakila, now assistant editor of the Kuokoa newspaper, Mrs. Fanny Strauch, James Kahuole and Charles F. Rosencrans. He entered Kamehameha school February 16, 1896 and was graduated in 1900.

He entered the employ of Grimwood & Richardson, engineers, until the firm was succeeded by Grimwood, Richardson & Holloway. He was employed by the new firm until F. E. Richardson took it over. He was employed by Richardson for six years, and then went into the employ of the von Hamm-Young Co. as storekeeper in the machine shop for three and a half years.

He then went into business for himself as abstractor of records.

(Star-Bulletin, 10/1/1920, p. 4)

Honolulu Star-Bulletin Volume XXVIII, Number 8879, Page 4. October 1, 1920.

Political Ad, 1920.


Republican candidate for the house, fifth district.

Archie E. Kahele, Republican candidate for the house, was born at Hauula, windward Oahu, Oct. 26, 1889. Received his early education in the Hauula public school. In 1899 entered the old Royal school under the instruction of Mr. McKintosh and four years later attended the Territorial Normal and training school. Continue reading

Political Ad, 1920.

“Now,” face forward, O Multitudes;

And vote for the Candidate from among you!


J. K.


He is who you, O Hawaiians, can be proud to send back to Washington.

Rise, O Hawaiians, and vote for him at the Ballot Box.

(Kuokoa, 10/1/1920, p. 3)

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LVIII, Helu 40, Aoao 3. Okatoba 1, 1920.

Looking back at things that don’t change, 1904.


Candidate Cecil Brown The Victim of a Scamp.

Circular letters were sent broadcast through the mail yesterday, attacking in a scurrillous way the candidacy of Cecil Brown for the Senate. All three of the men whose names appear on the letter have made affidavit that they had nothing to do with it and knew nothing about it. An effort is being made by Mr. Ryan and the Good Government Club to run down the author of the circular. It is understood that Detective Hatter will be put on the case. Continue reading