The talk of Washington DC, 1917.

MEMBERS OF THE CONGRESS ENGAGE IN FISTICUFFS

Washington, Sept. 28—The Chambers of the House of Representatives today became a boxing ring for two honorable Representatives, and anarchy reigned for several minutes. The reason this fight started was because of accusations made by Representative Heflin of some Members of the House being “unpatriotic,” Continue reading

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Mrs. Kala composes mele for John E. Bush, 1893.

HE WEHI NO LE’AKAHELE.

He wehi keia no Le’akahele
Kahi’apaiole o ka Makakila
He Elele hopo ole na ka Lahui
He imi kaulike no Hawaii
Na Le’akahele i hue pau aku
Ma ke Telegarapa lawe olelo
Hoike ana hoi me ka wiwo ole
No Hawaii moku kele i ke kai Continue reading

A mele for Princess Kaiulani composed by Mrs. Kala, 1893.

HE LEI NO KAIULANI.

He lei keia no Kaiulani
Papahi Kalaunu a o Hawaii
Ola o ka Laninuiahilapalapa
O ka wohi ku kahi a ka Lahui
Ua hui lokahi a o Europa
Kaohi i ka Ea a o Hawaii
Walohia e ka leo o Kaiulani
Ua hewa anei au e Amerika
Hoole ia ai Ko’u kuleana
I ka noho Kalaunu a o Hawaii
Aia i ka nua Hale Keokeo
Ka Hale alii i Wakinekona
E noi ana hoi me ka hopo ole
I ka ea aloha o Hawaii nei Continue reading

Hawaiian translation of A. F. Grant’s “Loyal Ned on the last cruise of the Alabama,” 1888.

NED NIXON

the

Steel-Hearted and the Unforgettable Executor of Orders;

and the

The Final Siege

of the

“ALABAMA,”

the

Fierce Fighter and Fire Breather of the Atlantic Ocean.

“There are two wondrous ones of the sea,
Feared by the Whalers;
The Alabama and the Shenandoah,
Chasing in the distance.” Continue reading

Faith, 1893.

THE HAWAIIAN PEOPLE.

The Hawaiian people have faith in the righteousness and the justice of the Americans; therefore they have great trust that Minister Willis will come and make right the outrageous offense that Minister Stevens and Captain Wiltse committed against this upright peoples. Therefore the Americans will dispense justice for Hawaii in 1893 just as Great Britain did too in 1843. Continue reading

William Haehae Heen faces racism from the United States, 1917.

RACISM.

A past issue of the Bulletin spread the news from Washington pertaining to W. H. Heen. The news being that the Senate is holding back their approval of Heen as Judge in place of Coke. The big reason behind this disapproval is that Heen is part Chinese [Hapa-pake]; where some Senators believe that this blood would not look well in a High Post in the Nation of the Unites States. How Astonishing! Continue reading

One year after Pearl Harbor, 1942.

This Makes a Full Year

Monday last was a year since the bombing of Puuloa by the those who carried out the coup and stole the lives of people thinking that is what will give them victory.

The 7th of December is a day we probably will never forget for all times, for while the navy and the land of America were enjoying their time, the raider carried out his work which was planned ahead of time, to fly to America to the path of Puuloa, and let down messengers of destruction to cripple the condition of the military of the United States of America.

With America being secretly attacked, that served as a needle poking at the side of the Americans like a spur [kui ke-pa] being thrust into the underside of a horse.

In response to these actions by the raider and assassin, the one who stirred the coals that are burning in the hearts of true Americans, and it became something that inflamed the thoughts of Americans. Continue reading