S. M. Kamakau seems to write two Hawaiian language articles responding to R. Kapihe’s critiques. The first one, “He papa hulikoa; he alukakoa; he ahikahalelo, he iliohalawaena,” appears in Au Okoa on 7/23/1868, p. 3. Kamakau says he is responding to a letter from R. Kapihe of perhaps Kailua, Koolaupoko, that appears “on the 16th of this month.” He responds to a number of criticisms that appeared in Kapihe’s letter about Kamakau’s history of Kamehamehas. Continue reading
The Native Hawaiian
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 makuahine—”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
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A new paper made its appearance yesterday in the Hawaiian language. Continue reading
This is the first page of the first issue of the daily Alakai o Hawaii newspaper available online. It is a paper that ran Mondays through Saturdays. This is already the 8th issue of the 1st Volume. Where are the first seven? And after this, there are only the 12th, 18th, and 52nd issues available (41 missing issues)!
There is an announcement on the second page of the 8/31/1887 issue saying that they are boosting their print run from 600 copies to 800. Hopefully that means more copies possibly can be found. Keep your eyes peeled!
The Au Okoa which ran from 4/24/1865 to 3/27/1873 was the medium for official announcements of the kingdom, including the proceedings of the legislature, as well as for the publication of new laws. Continue reading
KA MOMI O KA PAKIPIKA.
A Weekly newspaper with enjoyable stories for the Hawaiian Home which are translated straight from very famous story books, and which will be printed with their very own pictures to adorn its delicate body for the benefit of the public, and it will be printed with some scholarly items. Continue reading
A NEW WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, “KA LEO O KA LEHULEHU”
There is a new weekly newspaper appearing in Hilo. We learned of this because the office of the treasury of the Territory received notice in the morning last Saturday, by that office receiving a letter explaining that a weekly newspaper, “Ka Leo o ka Lehulehu” was ready to be printed every Friday at the printing office of the Hawaii Herald Publishing Company. Continue reading