There are two Hawaiian newspapers that will be appearing very soon, Ka Lanakila, and newspaper published as a book and edited by G. K. Keawehaku, along with Ka Nupepa Waialeale of Kauai. Continue reading
Category Archives: Undocumented Newspaper
A new Hawaiian language newspaper to be printed on Kauai? 1909.
A NEW HAWAIIAN NEWSPAPER
In the office of the Attorney White [John D. White] of Kauai, announced was the idea to publish a Hawaiian newspaper for the Sun-Snatching Island [Kauai], however, the name of the newspaper to be published was not revealed.
North Kohala newspaper, “Kalahikiola,” 1892.
[Found under: “NUHOU KULOKO.”]
Here in Honolulu nei these days is the editor of the handwritten newspaper of North Kohala, named “Kalahikiola,” and that editor is Mr. S. H. Kahukula.
(Hawaii Holomua, 5/21/1892, p. 3)
Be on the look out for these titles, and any Hawaiian newspapers, 2017.
A daily newspaper out of Waihee, 1875.
[Found under: “NA MEA HOU O NAWAIEHA.”]
Pertaining to the Daily Newspaper.
A daily newspaper called, “O Hawaii Imi Loa,” was published by a number of wealthy youths of Waihee nei; Continue reading
New Hawaii Island newspaper? 1916.
There are a number of Hawaiians planing a new Hawaiian newspaper for the Island of Hawaii, under the direction of John Kai. This will perhaps be a newspaper that fights against the Board of Supervisors [Papa Lunakiai] and the Chairman [Lunahoomalu]. And there is other word that it will wrestle with the Hoku. That is their business.
(Hoku o Hawaii, 1/13/1916, p. 2)
Handwritten newspaper, “Mamalahoa Kanawai,” 1873.
[Found under: “Nu Hou Kuloko.”]
Put before us was a handwritten newspaper called “Mamalahoa Kanawai.” Perhaps it will only come out with one issue and it will perish. Or perhaps also it will flourish.
[Anyone know of this newspaper?]
(Kuokoa, 7/5/1873, p. 2)
Hawaiian newspaper printed in London? 1872.
[Found under: “LOCAL NEWS: Oahu.”]
We have come into possession of a Hawaiian newspaper printed in the city of London, in which was the story of the Wasteful Child [Keiki Uhauha], along with an illustration of the Wayward Child [Keiki Auwana], in preparation for their meeting each other in person after a long separation. It is true that it is probably the Bishop that put it together.
[There is no indication whether this paper is in the Hawaiian-Language or whether it is in English. Might anyone know what this refers to? There seems to have been a chapbook or pamphlet that was available in the 1860s called “Ka hoi ana mai o ke Keiki Uhauha”.]
(Kuokoa, 1/27/1872, p. 2)
In 1867, Hamakua’s new monthly, “Ka Eleu”.
A New Newspaper
Here below is the entire body of our new companion; “Ka Eleu [The Lively One]” is its name.
This is a paper printed monthly in Hamakua Waena, edited by its publisher, who is Rev. J. Bicknell.
In it is printed the news of Hamakua, of the entirety of Hawaii, and important news of our nation and of foreign lands. This is a new paper, and all of its columns are but only handwritten. It has a very small body, but it is filled with tasty fruit that you will savor, O Reader.
Look to it and give it your aloha—don’t look down upon it. Reading different books as well as newspapers will increase one’s thinking. It hopes to become a companion to talk to, should you decide to subscribe to it.
(Kuokoa, 10/26/1867, p. 4)