On opening of Kamehameha School for Boys, and why newspapers were important, 1887.

A CORRECTION.

With the words “Ema Kaleleonalani” and “the Dowager Queen,” amongst the articles last week under the title “Kamehameha School [Kula Kamehameha];” what was correct for that part was Mrs. B. Pauahi Bishop. The words above were inserted by mistake because of the influence of reminiscences for Emma, and also because these high chiefs of the land sank down together, dying one after the other. Continue reading

Charles Burnette Wilson dies, conclusion, 1926.

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

Letter from the Meiji Emperor to King Lunalilo, 1873.

[Found under: “Na Palapala hoalohaloha a na ‘Lii o Europa i ko kakou Moi.”]

Mutsuhito, by the Grace of Heaven, the Emperor of Japan, placed upon the Imperial Throne occupied by the Dynasty unchanged from the time immemorial, to His Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands: Continue reading

Letter from Emperor Franz Joseph to King Lunalilo, 1873.

[Found under: “Na Palapala hoalohaloha a na ‘Lii o Europa i ko kakou Moi.”]

To His Majesty Lunalilo, King of Hawaii.

Great and Good Friend: From the valuable letter dated January 14th of the present year, I have the information of the demise of His Majesty Kamehameha V., and your elevation to the Royal Throne of Hawaii. Continue reading

Letter from King William to King Lunalilo, 1873.

[Found under: “Na Palapala hoalohaloha a na ‘Lii o Europa i ko kakou Moi.”]

Sire: I thank Your Majesty for having kindly communicated to me through your letter of the 14th of January, utl. the sad news of the unexpected demise of your beloved Cousin, His Majesty Kamehameha V., Continue reading

Letter from King Leopold to King Lunalilo, 1873.

[Found under: “Na Palapala hoalohaloha a na ‘Lii o Europa i ko kakou Moi.”]

To King Lunalilo,
King of the Hawaiian Islands.

Dear Brother: I have just received Your Majesty’s letter informing me of the demise of Your Cousin, King Kamehameha V., on the 11th of December last, and announcing also, that in accordance with the Constitution of the Kingdom, the Legislative Assembly having elected You King of the Hawaiian Islands. Continue reading

Letter from President Grant to the new king, Lunalilo, 1873.

Letters of Condolences from the European Monarchs to our King.

On the 14th of April, the letter from General Grant, the President of the United States, was received, expressing to our King, that he joins in the grieving for the death of Kamehameha V, and that the President was happy for Chief Lunalilo’s good fortune in ascending the throne of Hawaii nei.

And on the 29th of May, the letters arrived from the alii shown below, and we translated them into our language.

(Ko Hawaii Ponoi, 6/18/1873, p. 3)

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Ko Hawaii Ponoi, Buke I, Helu 1, Aoao 3. Iune 18, 1873.