I wonder if they thought about their kupuna or their auntys and uncles… Could this really have happened this past Saturday?
This is a picture of Mr. and Mrs. Florincio Loriozo, Filipinos who were recently married; but Mrs. Loirozo who was believed to be a woman is a man, but who has being wearing women’s clothing and other women’s accessories for a number of years.
In the history of marriages seen here in Hawaii, there is none like the story of a Filipino couple who were arrested by the police on the morning of this past Tuesday, that being the marriage of Florincio Lorioza, a Filipino, to Benito Ocho, a Filipino man, a short time ago.
Nakea Rites Set Tuesday
Funeral services for Mrs. Olivia Kanoho Kaululaau Nakea, 56, who died Friday at a local hospital, will be held at 1 p. m. Tuesday in Borthwick Funeral Parlors chapel. Burial at Puea cemetery will follow. Continue reading
HE MELE NO MAKA LOPIKANA
(Hakuia e Mrs. Olivia K. Nakea)
Kaulana mai nei Maka Lopikana
Ka moho Kenakoa a o ke Kalana
Lana ae ka manao ona mana koho
O oe e ka moho a ka Lahui. Continue reading
Grass House For Lei Sellers
Picture of a grass house for lei sellers of Wahiawa which will be erected by the Wahiawa branch of the Outdoor Circle. Continue reading
HELEN K. DAVIS, Hawaiian soprano, who entertained the radio audiences on “Hawaiian Night” at KGU.
[Other than the mele for William Heen, does anyone know of mele composed by Helen K. Davis?]
(Advertiser, 8/29/1925, p. 3)
To Play Music That Has Swept Country
Major Kealaka [Major Kealakai] of Royal Hawaiians at Star Theater “First Half.”
(Munice Sunday Star, 9/17/1916, Second Section, p. 3)
A Musical Band of Hawaiian Youths in America
Standing from the left: David Kaahili, Prince Jack Heleluhe, John Nakeleawe; Sitting below: Miss Amy Awai, Joseph K. Kekipi.
The photograph above, is of some Hawaiian youths that are travelling around America while working, singing and playing music. Their names are above, and they faces are familiar to Honolulu’s people. Continue reading
JOURNALISM AT THE CROSSROADS OF THE PACIFIC
If the newsboys of Honolulu carried under their arms copies of each newspaper in the city, besides those published in the English language, they would be pretty well loaded down and their calls would include the following journals, popular with thousands of readers to whom they cater: O Luso, Nupepa Kuokoa, Ke Aloha Aina, Ka Momi o Hawaii, Hawaii Shinpo, Japanese-Daily Chronicle, Nippu Jiji, Hawaii Hochi, Wah Hing Bo, Sun Chung Kwock Bo, Hon Mun Sun Bo, Chee Yow Shin Bo, United Korean News, Korean Times and many other that play an important part in their particular fields of activity. Continue reading
DIES IN PARIS
Sam Ku West of Honolulu, noted player of the guitar and harp, who is dead at Paris, France.
SAM KU WEST, HAWAII HARPIST, DIES IN FRANCE
Honolulu Boy, Famed For Guitar and Harp Music, Succumbs To Long Illness
(Associated Press by Wireless)
PARIS, Sept. 9.—Sam Ku West, a Honolulu harp and guitar player, died Sunday in the American hospital here after a long illness. He was 23 years old. Continue reading