Nevada is known for its rich mining history (its nickname is the Silver State!), so it is only fitting that our first post for our new segment, “On This Day” deals with an exciting mining discovery! 176 more words
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RULES REGARDING HOME OF QUEEN EMMA PASSED BY HAWAII DAUGHTERS
Rules and regulations bearing on Hanaiakamalama, the Nuuanu home of the late Queen Emma, were adopted at a meeting on Wednesday of the Daughters of Hawaii, which society now has charge of the home. 122 more words
Ice and Ice Cream at all Hours.—If anyone doubts that ice can be manufactured here, he has simply to step into Mr. Bartow’s auction room, where will be found an apparatus so simple that a child can make from one to two quarts of ice (or from two to four pounds) in about half an hour. 164 more words
"You are not permitted to use your own judgement but are blandly told that you don't know what you are talking about when you venture to express an opinion that is contrary to what is said to be an established fact," Clarence E. Edwords, 1896.
The Hawaiian Situation.
They protest too much.
This is the conclusion that is reached by the careful observer who talks with the adherents of the present Government of the Hawaiian Islands. 1,740 more words
Mr. Clarence E. Edwords, who recently visited these islands, has written an unusually correct and truthful account of the present situation of Hawaiian politics, etc. which we shall take pleasure in reproducing from the Kansas City Journal in our next issue. 168 more words
DAUGHTERS OF HAWAII TO GIVE UNIQUE PROGRAM
The Daughters of Hawaii, an Hawaiian historical society, whose object is to preserve secrets handed down from one generation to another, and whose members are composed of descendents of noted warriors from Alapai nui and Kalaniopuu, kings of Hawaii; Kahekili, king of Maui; Peleioholani and Kahahana, kings of Oahu; Kaeokulani and Kaneoneo, kings of Kauai; Keliiaa of Lanai and Kumukoa of Molokai up to the time of Kamehameha the Conqueror, will give an interesting and purely Hawaiian performance at the opera house on the evening of February 22, as a feature of the Mid-Pacific carnival, the performance forming a portion of the carnival committee’s program. 155 more words