Hilo Plans Gay Events For Kalakaua Festival
By WALT SOUTHWARD
Advertiser Staff Writer
HILO — A parade, with Duke Kahanamoku as grand marshal.
A relay race, with boys using fresh mullet as batons.
A beard contest, with some 50 entrants expected.
A bicycle race, from Kohala to Hilo.
A town, done over in the era of Hawaii’s “Merry Monarch,” King Kalakaua.
These are just a few of the things being set up as Hilo goes into the final weeks of preparation for its “Merry Monarch Festival,” scheduled to take place here from April 1 to 4. Continue reading
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King Kalakaua and Princess Kaiulani hat pins are given away with hats at the millinery opening, at Sachs’ Dry Goods Co.
(Evening Bulletin, 3/13/1902, p. 2)
Evening Bulletin, Volume X, Number 2094, Page 2. March 13, 1902.
GRAND OPENING OF HATS
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Honolulu, Fort Street
Easter Hats Easter Hats
Just recently opened to display, are Hats good for Easter, for girls and women of all sorts of fashions [paikini]
At our big sale of Hats being held, King Kamehameha, Kalakaua, and Kaiulani Hat Pins given away. Continue reading
“Kuu hula ana.”
I kuu hula ana
He keu o ka niniu,
He lai lua ka hana
Oia mea poiu.
We Kalakaua by the Grace of God King of the Hawaiian Islands, agreeably to Article Twenty-Second of the Constitution of Our Kingdom, do hereby appoint, failing an Heir of Our body, Our beloved subject and sister, Continue reading
O Makou o Kalakaua ma ka lokomaikai o ke Akua, Moi o ko Hawaii Pae Aina, a i kulike ai me ka Pauku Iwakaluakumalua o ke Kumukanawai o ko Makou Aupuni, ua hookohu Makou i keia la, a ma keia ke hoike akea, a ke kukala aku nei, ke nele Makou i ka hooilina no ko Makou Kino, alaila, e lilo no i ko Makou Kaikuahine i aloha nui ia, Continue reading
Her Highness, The Alii
LILIA KAMAKAEHA LILIUOKALANI
At 1 in the afternoon on the past Thursday [April 12], the King, the Chief, was pleased, along with the alii, to appoint Her Highness, The Alii, the Princess, the Wohi, Lilia Kamakaeha Liliuokalani, as Heir Apparent to the Crown of Hawaii nei, Continue reading