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FRAGRANT MEMORY—In memory of the late Mrs. C. M. Cooke, who founded the Honolulu Academy of Arts 25 years ago, this group of Hawaiian women will sing and play “Haaheo Kilohana i ka Laʻi” at tonight’s opening of the Academy Members’ Annual Show from 8 to 10. The song was composed for Mrs. Cooke by Mary Jane F. Monatno. It was set to music by Mrs. Bina Mossman. Shown above are: left to right, Louise Akeo Silva, Flora Hayes, Julia Nui Hoopili; back row, Joanna Wilcox, Kuualoha Treadway and Bina Mossman.—Academy photo.
(Star-Bulletin, 2/27/1952, p. 22)
Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Volume LVIII, Number 18548, Page 22. February 27, 1952.
IDA POPE MEMORIAL CONCERT OFFERS RARE ATTRACTION TONIGHT
Assisted by the Kamehameha Boys’ Glee Club, which arrived on the Mauna Kea, together with the other cadets of the school this morning alumane and alumni of Kamehameha offer a concert for the benefit of the Pope Memorial fund tonight. The concert will take place at the Yuraku-Kwan theater. In addition to the Kamehameha boys, the Haili banner-winning choir, which also returned today, will sing some of the songs that helped to win the palm. Continue reading →
Be it enacted, By the King and the Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands, in the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled:
Section 1. That Section 98 of the Civil Code be and the same is hereby amended, by striking out the word “five” and substituting therefor the word “one,” in the last line but one; and by striking out the word “‘six” and substituting therefor the word “three,” in the last line of the said section, so that the section will read as follows: Continue reading →
E hooholoia e ka Moi a me ka Ahaolelo o ko Hawaii Pae Aina i akoakoa iloko o ka Ahaolelo kau Kanawai o ke Aupuni:
Pauku 1. E hoololiia a ma keia ua hoololiia no ka Pauku 98 o ke Kanawai Kivila, ma ke kapae ana i na huaolelo “elima,” me ka hookomo ana ma ia wahi ka huaolelo “hookahi” ma ka lalani eiwa, a me ke kapae ana i ka huaolelo “eono” a me ka hookomo ana ma kona wahi i ka huaolelo “ekolu” ma ka lalani hope loa oia pauku, a penei e heluheluia’i ua Pauku la: Continue reading →