More on “Waianuenue,” 1896.

An Ancient Image.

On the Inter-Island wharf yesterday morning was standing a crate in shape resembling a coffin. On inquiry it was found to contain “Waianuenue,” an ancient wooden “fish” god. Continue reading

More on the Hawaiian flag and the Republic, 1894.

FICKLE ACTION.

When the Iwalani docked, we received a letter with the news from Kauai, “the land where the sun is snatched” [ka moku kaili la], and this is the news. On this past Fourth of July, the holiday of the true Americans to celebrate the glory of the Independence of that Great Republic of the world.

W. H. Rice put up two flags on his flagpole, the American Flag on top, and the Hawaiian Flag below; and so too did G. N. Wilcox. But the amazing┬áthing is that on the grounds of the “Peacock Government” [Aupuni Pikake] is established, such action was not seen; this kind of thing is just so hilarious.

(Leo o ka Lahui, 7/11/1894, p. 2)

HO'E HA'A NA HANA.

Ka Leo o ka Lahui, Buke II, Helu 980, Aoao 2. Iulai 11, 1894.