J. J. Williams Photographer advertisement, 1902.

J. J. WILLIAMS

PHOTOGRAPHER

CRAYONS
WATER COLORS
LANTERN SHOWS

ONLY COMPLETE
COLLECTION OF
ANCIENT
& MODERN
HAWAIIAN VIEWS.

Fort Street

Photography shoots are very reasonable at Wiliama’s place; you will receive beautiful prints from 4.00 for a dozen.

[Speaking of photography, the microfilming of these newspapers were done many years ago, and the resulting images taken from those microfilms are many times not legible. I barely could make out the tiny print. There needs to be funding to reshoot the Hawaiian-Language Papers, so that the words from the past can be seen clearly today!!]

(Aloha Aina, 1/11/1902, p. 3)

J. J. WILLIAMS PHOTOGRAPHER

Ke Aloha Aina, Buke VIII, Helu 2, Aoao 3. Ianuari 11, 1902.

Hawaiianized names and sample ballot, 1892.

[It would be very helpful if there was some sort of great listing of Hawaiianized names readily available, because often times unless you just know, or are lucky enough to have another reference, you will not know who is being spoken about or even sometimes how to pronounce the name. Notice in this sample ballot:]

Henry Waterhouse, Walakahauki

J. N. S. Williams, Wiliama

Paul Neumann, Paulo Numana

A. Marques, Makuika

John Ross, Kapena Loke

J. A. Cummins, Keoni Kamaki

E. B. Thomas, Kamaki

John Ena, Keoni Ina

James Gay, Kimo Ke

A. P. Peterson, Aka Pikekona

[What it is even trickier is when there are multiple names for the same person. For instance, Waterhouse is “Walakahauki,” “Walakahausi,” “Halewai,”…]

(Daily Bulletin, 2/1/1892, p. 2)

HOW TO VOTE.

The Daily Bulletin, Volume III, Number 334, Page 2. February 1, 1892.