DEDICATION OF ELECTRIC LIGHTS
This past Wednesday night, Honolulu’s crowd came out parading in droves, approximately 7,000 strong, to check out the first time the six electric lights which we made known the other day were lit, under the organization and expense of Mr. C. O. Berger, and those who assisted him to install this type of new electricity to this land, but which is regularly known to some other places in the world. Continue reading
Recollection of the Year of 1880.
Kalakaua the King.
Number of Hawaiians 57,987
Niihau 177 Continue reading
O HAWAII NO KA OI.
HE KAENA NA KALAKAUA NO HAWAII NEI.
Ua au hele mai au ma na moana lipolipo
E ike i ka nani kamahao o ka Honua nei
O ka ikiki o ke alahele o Inia mamao
Ka koʻu mau maka i hihio ai ma ka moe
He luaole na hiohiona kaulana o Kina
I koʻu kaala ana ma na aʻekai o Aferika
A hiki malihini ma na palena o Europa
Ua halawai mai au me ko lakou ikaika
Me na hanohano lua ole o ke ao nei
Ua kaupaonaia lakou ma kou puuwai
O ka puana huna iloko o Hawaii no ka oi. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO.”]
Queen Liliuokalani purchased the portraits painted recently by Mr. Cogswell, for the price of under four thousand dollars. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU HAWAII.”]
The painter Mr. Cogswell sent a letter to each of the members of the Legislature whether it is a good thing for the government to purchase the large portraits Continue reading
[Found under: “NA NU HOU HAWAII.”]
The Haole painter.—We were at Aliiolani Hale this past Tuesday to see first-hand the painting of Mr. Cogswell of the full image of the Alii, the King, and his work was truly skilled. Continue reading
The large standing portraits of the deceased King along with Queen Liliuokalani that the haole painter W. Cogswell Continue reading