There are about 34 cash prizes that will be awarded on Lei Day, running from $5.00 to $50.00 for the most beautiful lei entered by an individual in the contest. The exhibit will be held at Honolulu Hale, as was announced by the Lei Day committee. Continue reading →
[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko”]
When researching the history of Captain Blanchard, the one who brought the Missionaries to Hawaii nei, it was found that he was the actual father of John H. Wilson’s grandfather on his mother’s [Eveline M. Townsend’s] side. On his father’s side, that being Charles B. Wilson; Charles B. Wilson is an actual grandson of Captain Wilson, and it was Capt. Wilson who took the first missionaries to the Tahitian archipelago.
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LABOR DAY HOLIDAY IN HONOLULU NEI.
More than a thousand laborers of all trades all came together in the parade to celebrate Labor Day [La o na Limahana] in this town. The picture on the top left, are the men of the carpenter’s union in the parade; to the right are the men of the streetcar union. Below, in the center, is some of the crowd gathered on the Palace Grounds to listen to the speeches; on the left is Mrs. Estelle Baker, one of the speakers; and on the right is Mayor John H. Wilson.
(Kuokoa, 9/10/1920, p. 1)
Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LVIII, Helu 37, Aoao 1. Sepatemaba 10, 1920.