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A new Hawaiian-Language Newspaper! 1880.

It is Coming, It is Coming!

—A—

NEW NEWSPAPER!!

A Native of Hawaii,

A OUTSTANDING SPOKESMAN

Printed in the Hawaiian Language.

The First Issue Will Arrive… 58 more words

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Story of Kamehameha by Walter Murray Gibson, 1880.

The Story of Kamehameha.

O Hawaii’s own! we are putting forth the beginning of the story of your famous Alii, the fearless conqueror of the Kingdom, the one whose name is spread and is famous all around the world. 224 more words

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Mele inoa for Queen Kapiolani, 1881.

A Name Song.

For Queen Kapiolani Napelakapu; from Holoholoku comes this mele for the wife of Aikanaka, the King of Kauai; Hinaaikamala was the wife of Aikanaka; which was recorded by S. 194 more words

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Lucy Kahaina Keohohinaokalani Kekoa turns 50 years old, 1919.

JUBILEE CELEBRATION.

MRS. ANE KEALOHA K. NAMAKELUA.¹

To Solomon Hanohano, Esq., Aloha oe:—Please let me introduce before you and your workers of the press. 253 more words

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Princess Kaiulani proclaimed heir of the crown, 1891.

By Authority

PROCLAMATION!

We, LILIUOKALANI, by the Grace of God, Queen of the Hawaiian Islands, agreeably to Article twenty-second of the Constitution of the Hawaiian Kingdom, do hereby appoint, failing an heir of Our body, Our beloved Subject and Niece Her Royal Highness VICTORIA KAWEKIU KAIULANI LUNALILO KALANINUIAHILAPALAPA to be Our Successor on the Throne after it shall have pleased God to call Us hence. 93 more words

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Translation of H. Rider Haggard's, "Morning Star," 1910.

THE HEART-STIRRING TALE

—:OF:—

THE MORNING STAR

—AND—

RAMSES HER BELOVED SWEETHEART

“The Heir of Pharoah
The Favorite of Amen-Rah
The Proud Beauty of Egypt… 441 more words

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The Maori and Hawaiians, 1911.

Hawaiians and Maori Talk to Each Other.

In a letter sent by Ernest Kaai from New Zealand to H. P. Wood of the Hawaiian Promotion Committee , he shows the progress of their musical touring of Australia and New Zealand. 220 more words

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