Ke Ola o Hawaii to begin, 1916.

BI-LINGUAL PAPER SOON TO BE LAUNCHED

HILO, February 19.—Ke Ola o Hawaii, or The Life of Hawaii, is the name of a new  weekly newspaper here for which articles of incorporation have been asked. The paper, which is to make its appearance next month, will be unique in that it will be published in both English and Hawaiian and also that it is to be strictly non-partisan. At least this is the assertion of the promoters and officers, who are of practically all political faiths. Continue reading

Death of Archie Hapai, 1933.

Career Ends

ARCHIE HAPAI
dies in Hilo

Archie Hapai, Veteran Hilo Clerk, Dies

(Special to The Advertiser by Mutual Wireless)

HILO, Jan. 14—Archie Hapai, county clerk for the past 17 years, died last night of heart disease at his home in Wainaku. Hapai had been in poor health for many years. Continue reading