HONOLULU DAGUERREAN GALLERY.
THE SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the residents of Honolulu and vicinity, that he has removed to the new building recently erected on King street, opposite the Globe Hotel, where he is now prepared to take pictures in the highest perfection of the art, with all the latest improvements, and at the lowest prices. Having constructed these rooms expressly for his business, with Continue reading
AT THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
MAY BE SEEN THE VIEWS taken of the Late
Lava Flow at Kahuku,
And the Effects of the Late
Earthquake at Waiohinu, Kau.
Views of Kilauea and other places. Also Cards of the Kings, Queens, Chiefs, etc., all for sale at low prices. Also, Oval and Square Frames of all sizes, which will be sold cheap.
H. L. CHASE.
(Hawaiian Gazette, 1/13/1869, p. 1)
Hawaiian Gazette, Volume IV, Number 52, Page 1. January 13, 1869.
A GOD IMAGE FOUND IN THE SAND.
Last week, there was digging, and found a was Hawaiian god image at Kawaihae, and it is believed that it is a kii of Kane. A Hawaiian was digging at the beach of Kawaihae for some rocks to build his house with, Continue reading
[Found under: “ISLAND LOCALS.: About Town.”]
We have on our table a very fine set of photos of Kilauea Volcano, and some distant views of the lava flow, as well as some of the pahoehoe, taken by Montano. Truly our photographers are adventurous. Mr. Montano has certainly struck out a bold line in taking Kilauea.
[This is something I would like to see. Anybody know of any?]
(Hawaiian Gazette, 8/31/1881, p. 3)
Hawaiian Gazette, Volume XVII, Number 35, Page 3. August 31, 1881.
PRESENT FOR 1879.
PICTURE OF VICTORIA!
THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND.
This beautiful picture will be given to all those who take the Kuokoa newspaper for 1879, with payment for the subscription of two dollars before the 31st of March. Continue reading
PRESENT FROM THE KUOKOA NEWSPAPER FOR 1883.
THE BEAUTIFUL PICTURE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
JAMES A. GARFIELD [JAS. A. GAFILA].
[Found under: “NOTES OF THE WEEK.”]
We notice in Mr. Montano’s window a large-sized full length portrait of H. M. Queen Emma. The likeness is good and the attitude and bearing truly Queenly. Continue reading