Princess Liliuokalani, heir to throne, 1877.

Proclamation.

We Kalakaua by the Grace of God King of the Hawaiian Islands, agreeably to Article Twenty-Second of the Constitution of Our Kingdom, do hereby appoint, failing an Heir of Our body, Our beloved subject and sister, Continue reading

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Princess Liliuokalani, heir to the throne, 1877.

Olelo Kukala.

O Makou o Kalakaua ma ka lokomaikai o ke Akua, Moi o ko Hawaii Pae Aina, a i kulike ai me ka Pauku Iwakaluakumalua o ke Kumukanawai o ko Makou Aupuni, ua hookohu Makou i keia la, a ma keia ke hoike akea, a ke kukala aku nei, ke nele Makou i ka hooilina no ko Makou Kino, alaila, e lilo no i ko Makou Kaikuahine i aloha nui ia, Continue reading

Princess Liliuokalani proclaimed heir apparent, 1877.

Her Highness, The Alii

LILIA KAMAKAEHA LILIUOKALANI

Heir Apparent.

At 1 in the afternoon on the past Thursday [April 12], the King, the Chief, was pleased, along with the alii, to appoint Her Highness, The Alii, the Princess, the Wohi, Lilia Kamakaeha Liliuokalani, as Heir Apparent to the Crown of Hawaii nei, Continue reading

Dissatisfaction with the new king, 1887.

The Native Hawaiian
HEARD FROM.

The Natives of Kaneohe Show Their Feeling Towards the Present Government.

Ua paneia e W. M. Kipikona na mea i hoikeike ia iho nei, e pili ana i ke aupuni e ku nei, o ka poe ma ke poo ke hilinai nei lakou ma o na haole la o ka aina, o na kamaaina hoi, aole o lakou hilinai iki i ka Moi a me kona mau Kuhina, i ko lakou hooponopono ana i ke aupuni. Ua ike ia ka hemahema o ko Kipikona mau alakai ana i ka manao o ka lehulehu, a e ike ia ka manao o na kamaaina o ka aina e like me na mea i kakauia malalo iho. (Ua kakauia keia ma ka olelo Hawaii e like me ka mea i ike maka ia a i lohe ia mai ka poe nona na inoa malalo iho o keia, a i kakau inoa ia e lakou me ka maopopo pono.)

Ua makemake makou i aupuni maemae, i aupuni e hooponopono noeau ia ana, a e malama ia ana na loaa a pau no kou homealoha, kou aina makuahineā€””ua pau loa na alii oiaio ia Lunalilo i hala e aku nei.” O D. Kalakaua aole oia he Alii io; aole makou i noi i na Lunamakaainana e koho iaia; aole no hoi o makou makemake iaia, e like me na kahoaka i ike ia i kona la i koho ia ai. Continue reading

John Harvey Coney quells uprising, 1868.

END OF TROUBLES ON HAWAII.

The news of the outrages on life and property, by the religious fanatics in the district of Kona, had scarcely reached the Government on Wednesday night, when orders were given at once to protect the life and property of the peaceable inhabitants of the district and to restore everywhere the authority of the law in the most prompt and energetic manner. An armed force, under command of Governor Dominis, consisting of 5 officers and 75 men Household Troops, 4 officers and 52 men of the Light Artillery Company (Volunteers) with one 6 pounder field-piece, was placed at the disposal of the Attorney General. At a quarter to 2 p. m. on Thursday, the 22d, the expedition, fully organized, made sail on board the schooners Kamaile and Prince for Lahaina, which port it reached next morning, and where it was transhipped with all possible speed on board the steamer Kilauea, the GovernorĀ  Nahaolelua of Maui joining the expedition,to which also Dr. Lee was attached for medical assistance. Continue reading

Frederick S. Lyman appointed as Judge, 1869.

[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO.”]

The King appointed F. S. Laimana (Fele) of the Kanilehua rain of Hilo as Circuit Judge for the District of Hilo in place of R. A. Laimana [Rufus Anderson Lyman], Lieutenant Governor, because of the amount of work on his hands.

(Kuokoa, 2/20/1869, p. 2)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke VIII, Helu 8, Aoao 2. Feberuari 20, 1869.