News from Waimea, Kauai.
In the midday of this 9th of August, G. B. Rowell and the church members who followed him went into the Church of Waimea with new locks to shut the doors of the Church so that it could not be entered with the old keys in our possession, until our meeting hour, at 1:30, when I went to ring our meeting bell; the doors were locked and people were on guard from inside, with the doors locked; and I said, “open the doors you guys so that I can come in to ring our bell.” Kahele and Luka, the heads of Rowell’s church refused. Continue reading
Alas for the Hawaiian Sailors.
This past Thursday, a Whaling Ship came in, with some men from the ships that were captured by the ship Shenandoah [Kenadoa]. It brought the victims of the ships which were burned. They were 52 in total, and four of them were taken to the Hospital. These are their names: Continue reading
Our “Query” of last week has received a response from one of the Government organs, a reply however by no means satisfactory.
The fling is entirely amiss, that we are not acting the part of Hawaiians, but of Americans, in speaking of this nation as weak, and its acts as having no great effect abroad.It is because we love Hawaii, weak as she is, that wewould have her for her own sake avoid following the bad example of other nations, and would also have her prompt in following their good examples. Continue reading
Old Newspapers.—Many people take Newspapers, but few preserve them, yet the most interesting reading imaginable, is a file of old newspapers. It brings up the very age, with all its bustle and every day affairs, and marks its genius and its spirit more than the most labored description of the historian. Continue reading
Hawaiians Abroad—By the last mail was received from Boise City, Idaho Territory, Continue reading
James R. Holt and Harry Auld sailed for San Francisco this past Monday with the intent to be educated at the Business College of Mr. Heald of San Francisco. Continue reading