Explanation of abbreviations, 1906.

ANNOUNCEMENTS OF DOCUMENTS RECORDED IN THE RECORDER’S  OFFICE.

ABBREVIATIONS [HUA HOAILONA].

We publish in this column announcements of documents submitted for recording at the Recorder’s Office [Keena Kakau Kope] here in Honolulu, as well as the documents recorded there. However, in order for those who read this column to understand it, they will need to know first the abbreviations shown below: Continue reading

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Kalihi Waena School principal fined, 1918.

THE PRINCIPAL OF KALIHI WAENA SCHOOL FOUND GUILTY AND FINED $50.

Some time ago, the principal of Kalihi Waena School was sued for whipping William Furtado, one of the students of that school. When the case was heard in the district court of Honolulu nei, before Judge B. Lightfoot, the judge postponed his ruling, and the other day he gave his ruling and found the one sued guilty and fined him $50.00. Continue reading

Fish prices regulated, 1918.

PRICES FOR FISHES ARE SET BY THE FOOD COMMISSIONER, CHILD.

This past Saturday, the rules of the food commissioner of Hawaii nei, Child, went into effect, in that the prices for different fishes will be set, not like before when fish was so expensive that some people could not afford fish for them and their families. Continue reading

Hon. Charles H. Pulaa and the Hawaiian Language and more, 1903.

HON. CHAS. H. PULAA PRAISED.

Ke Aloha Aina, Aloha oe:—

May it please your honor and your Captain to kindly welcome this malihini, that being this [article]:

1—It was your patience and skill and electrified Law expertise, you acted with patience and hard work, refusing the law suppressing the Hawaiian language to die for all times, saving it from being extinguished. And for that fearless efforts of yours, we therefore give and extend our great appreciation to you. Continue reading

Dole vetoes Hawaiian language, 1903.

DOLE’S FIRST VETO

Governor Dole sent a message to the Legislature this afternoon announcing his veto of the joint resolution requesting an amendment of the Organic Act to allow the use of the Hawaiian language.

The Governor has also vetoed the beer license bill.

(Evening Bulletin, 4/8/1903, p. 1)

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Evening Bulletin, Volume XIII, Number 2425, Page 1. April 8, 1903.

The day will come…, 1893.

ADMINISTRATION OF THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT

To all beloved makaainana of the alii, Queen Liliuokalani, let it be known to all of you. The state of the Nation at this time, is under the administration of the provisional government by the reformist party [aoao hoomaemae], and military law is proclaimed by the new ministers of the provisional Government, that is: Continue reading