The Regent in handing back to the King the authority which he placed in her hands, must do so with a feeling of great satisfaction. During His Majesty’s absence we passed through one very critical period, viz., the small-pox. This called for an extraordinary demand upon the resources of the executive, which was well responded to. When we compare what was done here, with what was done in Sydney, we may well be satisfied with our own Government. Throughout this period the Regent supported her ministers well in spite of opposition and complaint. It certainly was a hard time. The long quarantine and the necessary interference with business operations made men feel discontented, Continue reading
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The new flag presented to H. R. H. Princess Likelike by his Majesty the King was floating from the mainmast of the steamer W. G. Hall as she came into port Tuesday afternoon. It is red and white stripes with the Hawaiian coat of arms and crown in the centre, Continue reading
John A. K. K. Miles
In The Service of America
The picture above is of a Hawaiian boy who is working in the navy of America at St. Pedro Los Angeles as a secretary in the department of the payroll of the military. Continue reading
Ka Haiolelo a ka Mea Kiekie,
W. C. Lunalilo.
E na Lede a me na Keonimana:—O ka la keia e hoomanao ai, no ka hoihoi ia ana mai o ka Hae Hawaii e Adimarala Toma. He iwakalua kumamalua makahiki i hala aku mai ka hiki ana mai o ua ‘lii la ma keia mau kapakai me ka hoihoi mai i ka Hae i ko kakou Moi a me ka lahui. Ua piha loa ko makou mau puuwai i ka hauoli ma ua la la e manao mau loa ia nei, a ua nui wale na waimaka i hookuluia, aole nae no ke kaumaha, aka, no ka olioli; he aha la ka like ole me ka la 25 o Febuari i hala aku. Continue reading
BITS OF NEWS OF HAWAII NEI.
The Speech of the 31st.—We heard that the Honorable D. Kalakaua was selected as the Alii to give the speech on the coming Restoration Day.
(Kuokoa, 7/22/1865, p. 2)
Medal Kalakaua I Gave Sam Kamakaia Passed to Bandsman
A silver medal awarded by King Kalakaua to Sam Kamakaia, who died Monday morning at the Queen’s Hospital, who was formerly a member of the Hawaiian Band, is now in the possession on Malulani Beckley Kahea, also a bandsman, to be retained by him until it may be necessary to transfer it to another bandsman, but according to the dying wish of Kamakaia it is eventually to go to the Bishop Museum. Continue reading
There is None, Thank Heaven, In America Now.
None So Poor We Do Not Do Them Reverence,
Provided They Have a Title in the Family.
Kanaka, Negro, the Child of Adventurer or Throned Lewdness, It Matters Not If the Title is Good.
Correspondence of the Mail.]
New York, May 30.—This is the age of liberality and emancipation—liberty of thought and emancipation from all confining prejudices. We live in an age in which all men and women may do as they please, provided they do not infringe on the rights of others, and we have found the happy millennium when all men are free and equal in age as they were at the time of their creation. Continue reading
For MM Festival
Miss Hula Hawaii Contest Scheduled
The Merry Monarch Festival Committee will conduct a special contest this year for Miss Hula Hawaii, coordinator George Naope has announced.
Contestants, he said, should be between the ages of 18 and 25 and unmarried. Continue reading
Oahuans Dominate Festival Hula Dancing Competition
Three thousand persons watched for four and one-half hours Saturday night as some 360 of the best hula dancers in the Islands performed for the Merry Monarch.
The event, reminiscent of King Kalakaua’s 1883 hula-filled coronation, climaxed the five-day Merry Monarch Festival.
Aloha Wong of Kaneohe, Oahu won the title “Miss Hula Hawaii” at the glistening pageant. Continue reading
CHARLES BURNETTE WILSON, ADVISOR TO LILIUOKALANI DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS
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Liliuokalani that she lost her throne due to the landing of troops from the U. S. S. Boston, the name of Marshal Wilson figured frequently. In the printed reports of Congress, containing the correspondence of Minister Stevens prior to the overthrow, his dispatches include the name of Wilson frequently in connection with the monarchy and especially refer to him as a very intimate friend of the queen. Continue reading