Earlier picture of the Honolulu High School football team, 1907.

THE FOOTBALL TEAM OF THE HONOLULU HIGH SCHOOL.

(Kuokoa, 1/4/1907, p. 7)

HUI PAANI POPO PEKU WAWAE O KE KULA KIEKIE O HONOLULU

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLVI, Helu 1, Aoao 7. Ianuari 4, 1907.

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Honolulu High School football team, 1907.

Honolulu High School Football Team, Champions 1907

Standing on the left—J. Gilliland, G. Dwight. Standing on the right—V. Marcallino, H. Kiyoshi, E. B. Blanchard (coach). Front row, from left to right—S. Pratt, M. Turner (capt.), H. Ingalls, H. Marichie. Middle row, from left to right—W. Rice, D. King, C. Hughes, H. Chillingworth, D. Pali. Back row, fro left to right—A. Akana, A. Nortor, E. Andrews.

[The Honolulu High School would go on to become what we know today as McKinley High School.]

(Sunday Advertiser, 12/8/1907, p. 7)

Honolulu High School Football Team, Champions 1907

Sunday Advertiser, Volume V, Number 258, Page 7. December 8, 1907.

Keoua Hale becomes Honolulu High School, 1895.

Honolulu High School [Kula Kiekie o Honolulu].

The illustration above is of the beautiful house of Princess R. Keelikolani, standing in Honolulu, and called Keoua Hale. It is said that when many drawings of houses were placed before the alii for her to choose from, she looked through the many and chose the drawing of this house and instructed the artist, “build me a house like that.” Therefore, a house like the one in the picture was constructed to completion which now stands proudly, the building which graces that portion of Honolulu on Emma Street on the land of Kaakopua. Continue reading

Comet reappears, 1901.

A COMET.

After a long period of being gone from these islands, a comet [hoku welowelo] came back, and it can be seen in the south-western side of the skies this coming evenings.

This comet was first spotted by Charles Elston, the vice-president of the high school, at 8 in the evening of this past Sunday, under the Orion constellation, and it was he that announced it to the public. That star was seen again by other on the night of this Monday, and there are great number of people who want to see this awesome heavenly body which has reappeared.

[“The High School”, or “Honolulu High School” would become what we know today to be McKinley High School.]

(Aloha Aina, 5/18/1901, p. 6)

HE HOKU WELOWELO.

Ke Aloha Aina, Buke VII, Helu 20, Aoao 6. Mei 18, 1901.