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Republicans and Hawaiians, 1902.


Mr. Editor: Please give me a column in the fearless spokesmen of the lahui.

I am very regretful should you be a true Hawaiian, being that I always see in our newspapers of the mother tongue you announcing to the far and wide of the Archipelago, “Let Us be Republican.” 303 more words

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The Queen's Birthday, 1914.

On this past Wednesday, Queen Liliuokalani’s 76th birthday was celebrated. There was an audience held by [??????]. “Long live! Long live Liliuokalani,” is our prayer. 35 more words


More happenings in Lahaina, 2014.

I found this on the Hawaiian Historical Society Facbook page. It sounds like it could be an interesting time in Lahaina on the 6th of September. 94 more words

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Mai Poina, 2014.

If you missed it last year, or even if you have seen it before, go check this out! 6 more words

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Mafia? 1893.


“The Queen never will be restored to the throne, for she will be shot within 24 hours, and every man who takes office under her will be shot also—we have men secretly sworn to do it.” 819 more words


Ka Haku o Hawaii and Fire Engine Company 4, 1862.

New Member for Number 4.—Recently, His Highness, Ka Haku o Hawaii, became a new member of Engine Company Number 4 . We see the young Alii joining in on these fine work. 65 more words