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More on the 11th of June in Kalaupapa, 1904.

11th of June

Sports at Kalaupapa

High holiday was kept by the inhabitants of the Leper Settlement throughout the 11th of June. As a matter of fact the jollification began on the eve of Kamehameha Day, with a concert by the “H. 812 more words

English Newspaper

More on John K. Waiamau and others, 1893.

PERSONAL.

President Dole’s illness has been caused by an ulcerated tooth. He is now on the mend.

John K. Waiamau, the accomplished young architect is going to Chicago at the expense of his employer, C. 37 more words

English Newspaper

John K. Waiamau, the artist, 1904.

11th of June

Sports in Kalaupapa

KRG

The Butts

Bull’s Eye.

The Losers.

Scorer.

Bicycle Race.

Horse Race.

DRAWN BY JOHN K. WAIAMAU.

(Hawaiian Gazette, 6/17/1904, p. 7 more words

Illustration

Primo across the sea, 1912.

Making PRIMO PALE

A Hawaii Industry

Honolulu has the best beer in the world—because Honolulu has the best facilities for producing the best beer in the world. 116 more words

English Newspaper

Sanford B. Dole, the Congregationalists, and Annexation, 1902.

THE HAWAIIAN SITUATION.

On Monday evening, April 28 last, Governor Dole was the guest of the Congregational Club of Boston. Elsewhere in this issue will be found a sketch made by Dole of the Hawaiian situation. 670 more words

Government

Republican candidates for Maui, 1904.

REPUBLICAN TICKET ON MAUI ISLE

HON. PHILIP PALI OF LAHAINA.

MOSES K. NAKUINA OF MOLOKAI.

W. J. COELHO OF WAILUKU.

GEORGE COPP.

A. N. HAYSELDEN, NOMINEE FOR SENATOR. 20 more words

Illustration

Wordless Wednesday — #WorldWarI #PolishWomen #HallersArmy

Dateline April 22, 1920 (22 Kwietnia 1920  r.) — In the waning days of World War I, Jozef Haller‘s army had to get from France back to Poland. 61 more words
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