KA NA’I AUPUNI O HAWAII
E Huli Ana Nana i na Koolau. Continue reading
dies in Hilo
Archie Hapai, Veteran Hilo Clerk, Dies
(Special to The Advertiser by Mutual Wireless)
HILO, Jan. 14—Archie Hapai, county clerk for the past 17 years, died last night of heart disease at his home in Wainaku. Hapai had been in poor health for many years. Continue reading
THE ORIGINAL KAMEHAMEHA STATUE IN KOHALA.
(PCA, 4/10/1907, p. 1)
FOUR HISTORIC FLOATS IN KAMEHAMEHA CENTENARY PARADES TO ILLUSTRATE CHIEF INCIDENTS IN LIFE
Members of Kamehameha Centenary Commission
Initial Exercises of Observance Will Commence Tomorrow Morning in Kawaiahao Church
KAMEHAMEHA CENTENARY PROGRAM
Sunday, June 8, 11 a. m.—Centenary services under auspices of Kamehameha lodge.
Tuesday, June 10, 7:30 p. m.—Centenary procession, Aala park to capitol via King street; tableau, music, Hawaiian hulas, at capitol after parade.
Wednesday, June 11, 9:30 a. m.—Centenary Kamehameha day procession, participated in by Hawaiian societies and individuals, Aala park to Kamehameha statue and capitol.
Wednesday, June 11, 8 p. m.—Historic Hawaiian pageant, floats, pa-u riders, etc., in Territorial fair grounds. Continue reading
JUDGE WILLIAM H. HEEN.
The one elected as County Attorney [Loio Kalana] for the City and County of Honolulu, and Arthur M. Brown lost; we have gained someone who will sweep away the mules of the Chee-Fa [Ki-pa] Banks of Honolulu.
(Kuokoa, 6/6/1919, p. 1)
Did you see today’s Bishop Museum’s “Mele Monday” post on string figures?
Also, click the link below for a related past post on hei. I wonder what the two pictures look like in the original newspapers. I am guessing that they are much clearer.