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Kalakaua, the firemen's king! 1875.

Burning of the Ship Emerald.—At half-past two o’clock on Monday morning an alarm of fire was sounded by the watchmen in the bell-tower, which proved to be for the ship Emerald, at anchor in the roadstead. 323 more words

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Response on interview by Jule de Rytiler, 1897.

The ex-Queen has evidently been playing to the gallery and has enlisted in her broken cause some hysterical women. Among these is Julie de Rytiler. This may be a pseudonym, however, for the ever present Julius. 162 more words

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On the 100th anniversary of the passing of Queen Liliuokalani, 1917-2017.

The Hawaiians are my people, and I am still their Queen. To the Hawaiians I shall always be Queen while I am alive, and after I am dead I shall still be their Queen—their dead Queen. 97 more words

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New street names announcement in English, 1856.

In Privy Council, Nov. 24, 1856, it was voted “that a copy of the Resolution assigning names to several streets be given to Mr. Hopkins for publication in the Polynesian:” 202 more words

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Hawaiian Halloween in LA, 1937.

WAIKIKI

Commencing
Saturday, Oct. 30

HAWAIIAN HALLOWE’EN
CELEBRATION–for 7 Days
–as in The Islands!

SOL HOOPII’S Orchestra

LENA MACHADO
PRINCE LEI LANI

ALOHA KAIMI Arrives from Honolulu to Join TANI MARSH in Interpretive Hulas! 35 more words

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Kauai was ahead of the crowd back in the day! 1888.

OUR old and esteemed friend Spitz returns to home to Nawiliwili, Kauai, this evening, after a stay of several days in the city. Mr. Spitz takes along a milkshake machine with him, and will hereafter treat the people of Nawiliwili to “shakes.” 39 more words

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Beverly Noa, sophistication, 1959.

Sophistication is achieved in this classic shirt-sheath in charcoal brown. The fabric is a drip-dry, silk-finished blend. It is worn by Beverly Noa. The dress is belted in the striking new opalescent print, recently introduced by Alfred Shaheen, Limited. 8 more words

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