Yesterday, the smell of ink and paper, and the echo of the printing press, 1913.

THIS IS A PICTURE OF THE NEW HOME OF THE KUOKOA ON KING STREET.

O KE KII KEIA O KA HOME HOU O KE KUOKOA MA KE ALANUI MOI.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 14, Aoao 2. Aperila 11, 1913.

With the death of David Kaukaha Kanewanui, the rest of the fishing descriptions are now lost. 1902.

Because of the amount of new items, some regular columns were put aside and the new things were put in their place.

[With the new editor of the Kuokoa, the paper’s focus changed. This short paragraph is all there was that i could find to explain the abrupt ending to the column. David Kanewanui, i am sure, would have completed the priceless fishing descriptions and would have gone on to do so much more. Don’t play with guns…]

(Kuokoa, 7/11/1902, p. 6)

Mamuli o ka nui o na mea hou...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XL, Helu 28, Aoao 6. Iulai 11, 1902.

Tarzan and Chaplin! 1919.

TONIGHT, 7:45

THIS IS THE LAST SHOW, COME WATCH

Shown at Day on This Friday and Tomorrow,

2:45, at Liberty Theater

BIJOU THEATRE

Charlie Chaplin

—In—

“A Dog’s Life” [“Ke Ano o ke Ola Ana o ka Ilio”]

A Movie Full of Excitement.

TARZAN of the APES [TAZANA o na MAPU]

The Hyena of the Jungle of Africa and the One Whose Story is Being Run in the Kuokoa Newspaper.

Entrance: 20 and 35 Cents. Reserved Seats [Noho i Hookaawaleia], 55 Cents.

Ticket Box Open from the Hours of 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Telephone 3937

[It is interesting to see that this ad is in Hawaiian, when the movies themselves were in English.]

(Kuokoa, 1/17/1919, p. 2)

MA KEIA PO, HORA 7:45

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LVII, Helu 3, Aoao 2. Ianuari 17, 1919.

Bound years of the Kuokoa for sale, 1865.

BOUND KUOKOA.

THREE BOOKS—VOLUMES 1, 2 AND 3.

Ten Dollars

is the price for the three books. For one book is $3.50. Inquire at the Book store of H. M. WHITNEY [H. M. WINI].

[For a fee, you could take your year of newspapers to be bound at the end of the year, or they would be sold bound like these Kuokoa. Thanks the this binding, we are left with many full sets of newspapers! However, when they microfilmed the bound newspapers years ago, many were so tightly sewn that the bound side of the pages are illegible because they fall in a shadow. Hopefully funding can be found to have these newspapers unbound by an expert so the pages can be photographed clearly!]

(Kuokoa, 3/16/1865, p. 3)

KUOKOA HUMUHUMUIA.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke IV, Helu 11, Aoao 3. Maraki 16, 1865.