[Found under: “Storytelling now a respected art”]
William Panui: Fish tales
Pacific Islands: Reef fishing on the Big Island
William Panui was adopted by his grandparents and grew up on land the family owned at remote Keei Beach on the South Kona coast.
His grandfather—Lui Kauanoe Panui—only spoke Hawaiian and taught him the old ways of fishing. “The old techniques depended on what was available,” he said. “Now you can just go to the store and buy everything you need.” Continue reading
LEI DAY WILL BE HELD ON THIS COMING MAY 1
Those who desired to once again celebrate lei day have decided to hold it on this coming May 1st, and the place it will be held it on Bishop Street. Continue reading
[Found under: “LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.”]
Mr. C. R. Bishop has made a gift of his whole Molokai property to the Kamehameha Schools, founded by the will of his lamented wife, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Continue reading
THE SCHOOLS OF SAINT LOUIS AND KAMEHAMEHA.
We were told that the students of Saint Louis School [ke Kula o Sana Lui] were prohibited from placing the ribbon of the annexationists upon their chests. And we were also informed that the students of Kamehameha
Yesterday was the birthday of the Chiefess Mrs. Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Amongst the alii who have passed on, the alii Pauahi is one who will always live in the memories of her lahui. She accumulated her great wealth, and before her passing, she left most of it for the establishment of the School for the descendants of her people. Her fervent desire was for her lahui to be educated in English and knowledge necessary to move them forward. Today there are hundreds who have been blessed by the knowledge gained from the schools. She has gone, but has left an unforgettable memorial which stands on her lands.
The chief Lunalilo has blessed the oldsters of his land; Queen Kapiolani, the women who are increasing her people, and Pauahi educates those offspring. Those are the chiefs who left unforgettable monuments, and their names will forever more echo upon the beloved walls of Hawaii nei.
(Kuokoa, 12/20/1901, p. 2)
THAT KAMAAINA, EDGAR HENRIQUES, HAS LEFT THIS LIFE BEHIND
The kamaaina, Mr. Edgar Henriques, has left us, after being ill for a long time, at Queen’s Hospital at 4:30 in the afternoon of this past Sunday. He was 65 years old.
On June 14th, he returned to Queen’s Hospital. The following Wednesday he was operated upon. The doctor’s knowledge could not save his life.
His funeral was held at their home in the uplands of Nuuanu on Mamalahoa Street, the old road going to the cliff of Nuuanu, at 4 o’clock in the afternoon this past Tuesday. Continue reading