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Octopus fishing and more described by Emma Metcalf Beckley, 1902.

HOW NATIVES ONCE FISHED

Women Got the Octopus With Spears.

The Hawaiians have five methods of fishing: by spearing, hand catching, baskets, hook and line, and with nets. 1,162 more words

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Eight feet eel? 1909.

GREAT EEL AT THE MARKET

One of the largest uha or white eels that has ever been seen in Honolulu was on view at the fishmarket yesterday morning. 98 more words

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Joe Kauwila captures shark in Hana, 1903.

TOWED UNDER WATER BY SHARK

UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE OF NATIVE SAILOR ON THE CLAUDINE WHILE AT HANA.

It is not often that any one is towed under water by a shark and lives to tell the tale, but this is precisely what happened last Thursday to Joe Kauwila a native sailor aboard the steamer Claudine. 468 more words

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"A Night in Hawaii of Old," by Kaai Glee Club, 1913.

KAAI WILL GIVE UNIQUE PORTRAYAL

“A Night in Hawaii of Old” will recall to the memory of readers of Hawaiian history the days when the Kapu was destroyed and the Hawaiians adopted to some extent the manners and customs of the English speaking people. 175 more words

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Our Museum, continued, 1900.

OUR MUSEUM

The Bishop Collection of Curios.

One of the Most Interesting Sights In Honolulu Pleasantly Described.

(Concluded.)

Death seems to have played an important part in the ancient regime, as the kings and chiefs had the power of life and death over their subjects. 2,193 more words

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Still Our Museum Today! 1900.

OUR MUSEUM

The Bishop Collection of Curios.

One of the Most Interesting Sights In Honolulu Pleasantly Described.

HONOLULU, Feb. 8.—Above the inner entrance to the Museum of Hawaiian and Polynesian History is a tablet of polished mottled stone, in which is engraved in letters of gold the following inscription: 1,232 more words

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