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Early days of Daniel Akaka, 1939.

STUDENT SOVEREIGNS: Daniel Akaka, left, and Hannah Ho will reign as king and queen over the Merry Makers’ carnival to be held Friday night at the Kawananakoa school grounds. 20 more words

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Words of advice from a concerned Hawaiian, 1944.

SINGING HAWAIIAN SONGS

Editor The Advertiser:

As a Hawaiian I enjoy listening to the sweet Hawaiian music on my radio from 7:30 a.m. to midnight. But I agree with many other Hawaiians who I have heard complain about our young peoples singing nowadays. 522 more words

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Reminiscences of the Hui Kawaihau, 1916.

THE HUI KAWAIHAU

There were several unusually interesting papers read at the last meeting of the Kauai Historical Society. Among them was one by Judge Charles S. 2,961 more words

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Upon the opening of Hulihee Palace, 1928.

Story of Hulihee Palace Told By Mrs. Swanzy On Even of New Dedication

The Daughters of Hawaii will dedicate the old Hulihee palace at Kailua, Kona, Hawaii, on noon of Kamehameha day, June 11, the ceremony to be followed by a luau at 1 o’clock. 1,153 more words

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More on Hulihee Palace from Jared G. Smith, 1944.

Hulihee Palace
II

By JARED G. SMITH

Hulihee Palace, Kailua, North Kona, was built in 1837 as the home of Governor John Adams Kuakini, Hawaiian High Chief, wise leader and ruler of his people during the troubled decades when the conflict between Polynesian and occidental ideologies was becoming acute. 596 more words

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Hulihee Palace from Jared G. Smith, sent by the Advertiser to cover the dedication, 1944.

Hulihee Palace

By JARED G. SMITH

Kailua, principal port of Kona, Hawaii is rich in historical lore for it was here that Kamehameha the Great, founder of a dynasty which lasted until 1874, spent most of his life. 447 more words

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Hilo women protest, 1898.

WOMEN BOLT.

Hilo’s Patriotic League Repudiates the Central Society.

A committee of the Women’s Patriotic League of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, has made a protest against the memorial presented some time ago by¬† the Honolulu committee of that organization to the Commission. 182 more words

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