THE DOORS OF WAINEE CHURCH ARE SHUT.
When the steamer Iwalani arrived on the morning of this past Friday, news of the Paupili rain of Lele was heard, saying that the doors of Wainee Church were shut by the brethren. 311 more words
I have been ordered by the Executive Committee of the Central Hawaiian Patriotic League of Honolulu, to instruct all of the Leaders and the members of the Ahahui Aloha Aina across the Archipelago, being that it is known that on the 4th of July, 1894, on that day, the Provisional Government will proclaim a new Constitution, and the Republic of Hawaii, and at that time, or perhaps before that time, perhaps Martial Law will be proclaimed. 167 more words
Aloha aina is a wonderful gift held by people. The German loves his land of birth, and for it is the national anthem sung—”Die Wacht am Rhein” [“Ke Kiai ma ka muliwai Rhine!”]* And so too with the Briton, whose love is steadfast for his birth land, and this is one of their songs—”Rule, Britannia! 127 more words
Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa Newspaper, Aloha oe:—Maybe at 3 o’clock or so in the morning of Friday, June 11, 1920, that being the birthday of the Nation Conqueror Kamehameha, there came to my home some singing boys, and this was something; it was a familiar thing where on holidays this and that person came around singing at houses lived in by Hawaiians. 543 more words