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Democratic candidates, 1910.

W. S. EDINGS, For Senator

M. E. SILVA, For Supervisor

E. K. RATHBURN, 4th District

SOLOMON MEHEULA, For Representative, 4th District

W. P. JARRETT, For Sheriff… 87 more words

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John G. M. Sheldon passes away, 1914.

SUDDEN DEATH OF J. G. M. SHELDON

John G. M. Sheldon, brother of Henry Sheldon, of Lihue, and Wm. J. Sheldon, formerly of Waimea, died in Honolulu of hemorrhage last Friday morning. 87 more words

Death Announcement

Kahikina Kelekona, John G. M. Sheldon, editor of the Hawaii Holomua, arrested for speaking, 1893.

LIBERTY OF THE SUBJECT.

Has Anybody Any Rights Under the Provisional Government?

Argument of the Question in the Circuit Court.

John G. M. Sheldon, editor of the Holomua, who is deprived of his liberty under a warrant issued by the President of the Provisional Government, was produced in the First Circuit Court before Judge Frear, at 11 o’clock this forenoon, under a writ of habeas corpus. 2,423 more words

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Can You Pass the Test? Teacher Certification Exams in Ohio's Historic Newspapers

In order to teach in Ohio public schools, teachers now and in the past are required to pass formal examinations that measure their competency and academic skills in a variety of areas.  615 more words

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More Hawaiian-Language in English newspapers, 1922.

HE MELE NO JOHN WISE

A he ohohia nui no Keoni Waika
Ka elele hiwahiwa a ka lahui
Hui like mai kakou
E koho me ka lokahi. 166 more words

Government

Farming in Hawaii, 1913.

ENCOURAGING SMALL FARMER.

Beginning January 5, The Advertiser will publish a weekly list of wholesale prices for Island produce in Honolulu markets while A. T. Longley, superintendent of the home markets division of the Hawaii Experiment Station will also supply a weekly market letter for publication. 670 more words

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