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Kahuna lapaau and the law, 1886.

AN ACT

To Regulate the Hawaiian Board of Health.

Be it enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands in the Legislature of the Kingdom Assembled: 490 more words

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More on the Hawaiian Board of Health, 1886.

A KAHUNA CASE.

An Incomprehensible Law—Discrepancy Between the English and Hawaiian Versions.

In the case of an appeal from the Waialua District Court, respecting an alleged kahuna, Judge Preston yesterday rendered a decision in the Intermediary Court substantially as follows: 490 more words

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Hawaiian Board of Health, 1873.

HAWAIIAN BOARD OF HEALTH.—Some one has asked, what is the meaning of the announcement of the establishment of the above entitled body. The law of 1868 provides for the appointment by the King of three “native born Hawaiians,” 58 more words

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Alexander Young Cafe, 1910.

There is more than soupcon of elegance in the meals served at the Alexander Young Cafe. It is real, from top to bottom of the menu card, and nothing is left to the imagination. 64 more words

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Lydia Bingham returns to head the Honolulu Female Seminary, 1867

Honolulu Female Seminary.—In our advertising columns will be seen the advertisement of the Honolulu Female Academy, which is another of the schools provided by Christian benevolence for the benefit of the children of this highly favored land. 166 more words

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Hoapili and Kiliwehi in New Zealand, 1866.

VISIT TO THE MAORI KING MATUTAERA.

The correspondent of the Southern Cross at Waiuku sends the  following description of a visit recently paid by him to the quarters of the Maori king Matutaera, in company with two visitors from the Sandwich Islands:— 849 more words

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The grand celebration of the 64th birthday of Princess Ruta Keelikolani Keanolani Kanahoahoa Muolaulani Keikiheleloa Keanohalia Kaleonahenahe Kohalikolani at her newly completed Keoua Hale, 1882.

Birthday of Her Royal Highness Princess Ruth Keelikolani.

Her Royal Highness Princess Ruth Keelikolani celebrated, on Thursday last, her sixty-fourth birthday by a luau, or banquet in native Hawaiian fashion, given at H. 2,513 more words

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