Iolani Hale on the eve of the birthday of Kahikuonalani.
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the passing of Queen Liliʻuokalani, Hawai‘i’s last reigning monarch, the Hawaiʻi State Archives is pleased to announce the digital release of the Queen Liliʻuokalani Photograph Exhibition.
LT. WILLIAM KANAKANUI
on guard ship
Lieut. (jg) William Kanakanui, USN, member of a well-known kamaaina family and once-famous swimmer for Punahou and the U.S. Naval academy, was given command of the minsweeper USS Tanager this week in accordance with orders from the Navy department at Washington, D.C.
Lieut. Kanakanui will be in charge of the vessel as she takes her station far out in the Pacific as a weather reporting ship for the six navy planes scheduled to hop off for Pearl Harbor from San Francisco January 12. The Tanager will be stationed at latitude 34, longitude 150, or several hundred miles north of the planes’ route.
While at the Naval academy over a decade ago Kanakanui won national recognition as a swimmer, setting several records. He was a member of the swimming team during his four years at the Academy. He had been well known in local aquatic circles while at Punahou, where he received his prep school training.
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(Advertiser, 1/5/1934, p. 2)
MUSICIAN DIES—Hervey W. Pogue, famed steel guitar artist and violinist, died in New York City on September 27. He was born in Maui and was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William F. Pogue of Haiku, Maui. The elder Pogue was chairman of the Maui board of supervisors for several terms.
(Honolulu Advertiser, 10/16/1938, p. 4)
Sophistication is achieved in this classic shirt-sheath in charcoal brown. The fabric is a drip-dry, silk-finished blend. It is worn by Beverly Noa. The dress is belted in the striking new opalescent print, recently introduced by Alfred Shaheen, Limited.
(Star-Bulletin, 9/30/1959, p. 23)
MR. AND MRS. WM. H. HEEN.
An impressive ceremony at St. Andrew’s cathedral last evening united Miss Lily Notley and Mr. William H. Heen in marriage. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a large number of friends. The bride was attended by Mrs. Leslie, as matron of honor, and the groom was served by his brother, Mr. Afong Heen, as best man. Rev. F. Fitz officiated.
The church was simply decorated, a border of waxy white flowers mingled with fern leaves adorning the chancel rail. The bride was given away by her father, Mr. Charles Notley. Continue reading
MR. and MRS. W. H. HEEN.
AMONGST delightful sprigs of white carnations blossoms entwined with delicate fronds of palai fern decorating the interior of the church of St. Andrew, the sacred matrimony between Miss Lily Notley and Mr. William H. Heen, Esq., of the Legal Profession of Hawaii, was held, and Rev. Fitz married the two of them in peaceful reverence. The young woman was escorted by Mrs. Leslie, and the young gentleman by his brother [hoa hanau], Mr. Afong Heen.
Charles Kahiliaulani Notley, the birth parent of the bride, gave his beloved lei upon the altar of matrimony, the foundation for one to live amongst the circle of those who live in proper and chaste families in this world.
The Gentlemen who attended to this assembly of friends were Mr. H. A. Kaulukou, associate of Mr. W. H. Heen in the legal profession; William Jordan and John Marcallino.
The woman was dressed in a wedding dress of white silk made with great skill; and the man was dressed in the usual attire for that occasion.