The Blue and White revived, 1904.

THE BLUE AND WHITE

The New Kamehameha School Paper of Students.

“Blue and White” is the title of a very neat four page paper published by the students of the Kamehameha Schools. The initial number was issued yesterday. The staff is composed of the following:

Abel Ah You, editor-in-chief; George Wells, assistant editor; Charles Lyman, athletics; David Desha, exchange editor; Charles Williams, superintendent of printing; associate editors, Enoch Hussey, Henry Sniffen, David Mahukona.

The leading editorial is devoted to a synopsis of an address made before the Kamehameha Alumni meeting held on June 8, 1904, as follows:

And now a serious word about Kamehameha. Kamehameha with all it means is the Hawaiian heritage. If ever an institution belonged to a people, this belongs to you. It is yours to guard, to use, to cherish. And to my mind, Kamehameha is the last hope of the Hawaiian people. But it is enough. Continue reading

Kamehameha School’s new paper, 1900.

THE NEW NEWSPAPER OF KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL, THE “BLUE AND WHITE.”

The children of Kamehameha School started a new newspaper. It is a monthly paper. The children do all of the editing.

Adolph Hottendorf, George Nahinu, and Thomas Nahiwa. The Executive Committee [Komite Hooko] is David Kamauoha, George Kauhi, and Niumalu Komomua. The Exchange Committee [Komite Hoohana] is Lani Lemon, Daniel Pahu, and Andrew Keanu.

This is a beautiful paper in all aspects being established. The children fill its columns without assistance of any adults. The progress of the children is admirable. Onward!

(Kuokoa, 6/29/1900, p. 2)

KA NUPEPA HOU O KE KULA O KAMEHAMEHA, KA "BLUE AND WHITE."

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XXXVIII, Helu 26, Aoao 2. Iune 29, 1900.