Night fishing violations, 1932.

There were many who were arrested by the Fishing Warden; these were people who had no rights to fish as per the Law dealing with people who are not natives [citizens?] of Hawaii.

They are allowed to fish at night, only if they get a license, which can be used for a year.

[I wonder if this gets typescripted by someone who has no Hawaiian language knowledge, if any of the key words will be found doing a word search (lawaia, kanawai, …) Or, will it look more like this:

Nui na poe i hoou la ae e ka Makai lawa a, ahe poe ku eana o’e lakou e la@aia e like me ka ke Kauewai i kau mai ai ma una o ka poe kupa ole ma Hawaii nei.

Ua ae la eo lakau e law@ia ma ka po, ina nac e loaa aku ka laikini, ahe mca nohoi ia e @iki ke haua ia no hookahi makahiki.

This is actually one of the articles that aren’t as bad as many…]

(Hoku o Hawaii, 4/5/1932, p. 3)

Nui na poe i hopu ia...

Ka Hoku o Hawaii, Buke XXV, Helu 43, Aoao 3. Aperila 5, 1932.