Political Ad, 1903.

DAVID NOTLEY.

KEWIKI NOKALE

FOURTH DISTRICT SUPERVISOR.

He was born in Waimea, Hawaii, in 1867. He was educated at Iolani School, and after that he went to California to the St. Mathews School in San Matteo County; Continue reading

Political Ad, 1903.

ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ

ABAELAHAMA

SUPERVISOR AT LARGE [LUNA KIAI HOLO LAULA].

He was born in Honolulu, Oahu, June 22, 1857, educated at the Royal School of Kahehuna. He was a storekeeper for the store of E. O. Hall & Son, for many years. He was a member of the road board during the Monarchy. He was a member of the Privy Council of the Monarchy in the year 1892. Continue reading

Political Ad, 1903.

JOHN H. WISE

KEONI WAIKA

Sheriff

Born in Kohala, Hawaii, July 19, 1869. Educated at Waimea, Hawaii, with Eben Low and the children of Notley; at Lahainaluna for a number of years; at the School of Bishop in Honolulu for some years, at the Boarding School of Hilo and he graduated there in 1886. He was at Kamehameha for two years, and at Oberlin College [Kula o Obelina] for three years and he graduated. He was imprisoned in 1895, and released in 1896. Continue reading

Political ad, 1914.

Charles Kahiliaulani Notley

HE ALOHA KA’U ANOAI

Hiolo na wai a ka opua
Hanini ka ua i Mana
Hanini na Pola a ke Koae
Hanini Puuwaawaa i ka uka o Puako,
O ke ko paha ia o ka’u moe
Ua ike au ia Kalanamaihiki
Hiki mai la no au e ke aloha—e,
O ke aloha wale no ka’u i puolo mai la.

I hookahi kahi ke aloha
I hookahi kahi ka manao
E koho ia Kahiliaulani

(Holomua, 9/5/1914, p. 7)

Ka Holomua, Buke I, Helu 49, Aoao 7. Sepatemaba 5, 1914.

Kauai voter registration, 1920.

BY AUTHORITY

VOTER REGISTRATION NOTICE

For the convenience of the electors of the County of Kauai the undersigned will be at the places named below at the time stated except as stated otherwise, for the purpose of registering applicants as voters of the said County of Kauai at any future elections to be held within the County of Kauai: Continue reading

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