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

House Committee on Printing, 1911.

M. H. Makekau  J. K. Kamanoulu

J. P. Hale  S. P. Correa  Edward Waiaholo

MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PRINTING

(PCA, 3/14/1911, p. 2)

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The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume LIII, Number 8922, Page 2. March 14, 1911.

Death of John P. Hale, 1935.

FORMER JAILER AND KAMAAINA DIES, AGED 77

J. P. Hale Succumbs to Long Illness, Funeral Held Here Today

J. P. Hale, 77, a well-known kamaaina of Hilo who served as jailer at the Hilo county jail during Sheriff Sam Pua’s administration died at his home at 224 Lanikaula St. at 2:30 a. m. today. Death came as a result of a long illness which caused the deceased to be confined in his bed for  many months. Continue reading