WEAR A MASK
ENTERED BY MISTAKE
Mrs. Agnes Ross was arrested for entering someone else’s home and sleeping on someone else’s bed. The home that was entered by that woman belongs to Captain Dewey Mookini of the police force of Honolulu. Continue reading
This is similar to the saying about Pāʻieʻie in Hilo:
Luhe i ka wai o Pāʻieʻie. “Drooped over the pool of Pāʻieʻie.”
I seems Hilo was the place for that wai hooluhe.
[By the way, if you already did not know, ʻŌlelo Noʻeau is back in print! See the Bishop Museum Press website to order your copy!]
Imua e na pōkiʻi a inu i ka wai ʻawaʻawa.
Don’t forget the famous words of Kamehameha I. Continue reading
Ka Na’i Aupuni
Ma ka Lokahi Kakou e Lanakila ai
(Na’i Aupuni, 6/13/1907, p. 1)
O Ka Hae Hawaii
Aloha oe:—The saying of the people of old, “The breadfruit of Keei are gone [Pupuhi ka ulu o Keei].” Continue reading
[Found under: “Meahou O Na Kohala Ame Hamakua”]
Before I forget this; this is something to instruct everyone reading Ka Hoku—keep your Hoku newspapers; do not discard of them in the outhouse [lua liilii] or your rubbish cans. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO: Oahu.”]
Fond of fishing.—The moonlit nights of this past week were spent by some makaainana and alii by going fishing outside of Honolulu Harbor, in lagoons and other places they wanted to fish. The fishes they caught were upapalu, u-u, aweoweo, moi, awa, and alalauwa. Continue reading
[We do not wish to carry the responsibility for the errors of the ideas printed below this title by our writers.]
The Starving Ones in the Upland are Saved, a Strange Fish was Landed.
O Kuokoa Newspaper
Aloha to you and your metal type setting boys, and your Editor.
Please take around those words placed above.
On Monday, the 4th of this month, a large strange fish was landed in Ewa; a fish of the deep sea.
And this is the story on that early morning of that day mentioned above. Continue reading
A NIGHT OF PLEASURE OF HALALII.*
The Kawaihau Glee Club announced that it will hold a night of pleasure of Halalii at Progress Hall, on the Ewa corner of Beritania and Fort Streets, tomorrow night. The club will get together with all its eighteen members, offering their merry voices and joyous music, while those who go there will spin with their partners. Continue reading