No hula! 1862.

Hawaiian Minstrels.

We learn that a company of young Hawaiians will perform a number of melodies at the Hawaiian Theater Continue reading

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Shameful exhibition? 1862.

Shameful Exhibition.—On Saturday evening last, an exhibition of the hula dance was given at the Theater—the first of the kind ever publicly attempted here. Continue reading

John K. Kealoha marries Alice K. Keliipuleole, 1898.

NEWS.

Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa, aloha oe:—Please place in an open space in your paper the news from here in Kuilei, that is this:

On this past 30th of March, J. K. Kealoha, teacher of Waipio, and Miss A. K. Keliipuleole of Kuilei, Honokaa, were joined by Rev. C. M. Kamakawiwoole at the residence of the woman. Continue reading

Musician Johnny Miner dies in El Paso, 1920.

That Hawaiian Dies of the Flu in El Paso, Texas, 1920.

This past Monday, a letter was received by the Star Bulletin newspaper from Dave Makuakane. This letter told that Johnny Miner died in El Paso Texas; the letter was written on the 24th of March past. Dave Makuakane also stated that they sent word to the family by telegraph, but they did not receive a reply, therefore Johnny Miner was buried in El Paso,  Texas. Continue reading

More on the Lunalilo Circle performance of Laieikawai, 1923.

LUNALILO CIRCLE STAGES FINE SHOW AT NEW PRINCESS

‘In the Forest of Hawaii’ Is Excellent Production; To Be Repeated Tonight

The first performance of “In the Forest of Hawaii” was presented by the members of Lunalilo Circle No.279 before an enthusiastic crowd at the New Princess theater last night. Continue reading

Laieikawai musical, 1923.

HISTORICAL
TABLEAU

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MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
EXTRAORDINARY

Presenting the beautiful legend of Laiekawai and Aiwohikupua, a picturesque and colorful setting with costumes such as were worn in former days by kings and chiefs. An exceptional Hawaiian presentation of unusual beauty, replete with songs and startling scenes. Continue reading