Response to the Mormon farming on Lanai article, 1862.

The Mormon activity on Lanai.

O Kuokoa Newspaper, Aloha oe:—

In the last Issue of the Kuokoa of the 22nd of March, in the section called “Na mea hou o Hawaii nei,” it was explained there what was found and what was done by the Mormons of Lanai, pertaining to the pulling of the Plow in their work; Continue reading

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Flag ribbons need to be made again, 1893 / Today.

THE BEAUTIFUL FLAG OF HAWAII!

When the Editor of the Hawaii Holomua saw the Beautiful Flag of Hawaii being raised once again above Aliiolani Hale, he was quick with tiny Hawaiian Flags printed on silk ribbons to place upon the chest, Continue reading

O Kamakaeha ia, o Liliu, o Loloku, 1901.

O MAKAAINANA WHO TRULY LOVE THE CHIEF. ARISE, MAKE HASTE.

Show our true aloha for our Royal Mother by going to see Her on Her birthday that will be observed this coming Monday, September 2, from 12 o’clock until 1 p.m. There is only one hour to go in and shake hands with Her. This will be a large royal audience given to the public, from the kamaaina to the malihini, from the lofty ones to the lowly, from the rich to the poor, for the haole and we, Hawaii’s own. The great desire of our beloved Queen is for Her to see us, Her own makaainana going to see Her. Continue reading

Committee of Thirteen and the Calvinists, 1893.

NATION OVERTHROWING COMMITTEE OF MISSIONARIES.

What are the each of the Names of this Nation Overthrowing Committee of Missionaries?

There will come a time when each of their names are made known.

What are the thoughts and aims of this Missionary Committee? Continue reading

Defense of Bishop Alfred Willis, and perhaps why Royalist Campbell was baptized at St. Andrews and not at Kawaiahao. 1893.

POSITION OF THE BISHOP.

Bishop Willis in his Diocesan Church Magazine takes the ground that Christian missions to heathen nations and peoples throughout the world will be injured by the news that will go everywhere of the prominent part taken by the sons and descendants of Christian missionaries in  Hawaii in overthrowing the ancient monarchy of the country. Whether the Bishop can maintain this ground or not is not a question that we are going to discuss. Continue reading