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Estate sale of Charles Kanaina, 1882.

At the sale of the effects of some of the late Charles Kanaina, the feather cloak was purchased by the Government for $1,200. Her Majesty Queen Dowager Emma was a competitor for this cloak, the actual money value of which, if calculated on the basis of… 84 more words

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Chinese New Year, 1905.

CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATION OPENS MOST AUSPICIOUSLY

QUONG ON CLUBHOUSE.

“Kung he fat choy!”

It always rains on Chinese New Year. Which is a mercy. Because, if it did not, all kinds of things that result from playing with fire would be likely to happen. 771 more words

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Princess Liliuokalani to make circuit of the Islands, 1881.

Her Royal Highness the Princess Regent will make a tour of the Islands. It was the Princess’ intention to have made this tour early in this year, but the breaking out of the small-pox and the consequent quarantine regulations prevented the plan being carried out, the Regent setting aside her own wish to travel in order to show an example of keeping the quarantine strictly. 71 more words

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Thomas De Witt Talmage on the overthrow, 1894.

A TWO SIDED CASE.

DR. TALMAGE INVESTIGATES THE TROUBLE IN HAWAII.

The American Traveler Also Enjoys the Hospitality of the Ex-Queen and the New President—The Wife of the Latter a Most Delightful and Talented Lady. 2,172 more words

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Emma Nakuina tells the story of Hiiaka, 1883.

HIIAKA.

A Hawaiian Legend by a Hawaiian Native. A Legend of the Goddess Pele, Her Lover Lohiau and her Sister Hiiakaikapoliopele.

The crater of Kilauea on Hawaii, is the residence of the Goddess Pele. 700 more words

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Ship passenger list, 1893.

Passengers.

For Kahului, per stmr Lehua, Jan 18—Hon J Anderson, E H Bailey,W Goodale.

For San Francisco, per S S Claudine, Jan 19—Hon L A Thurston, Hon W C Wilder, Hon J Marsden, W R Castle, C L Carter, Dr F R Day, C F Peterson and one other. 52 more words

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More on the landing of the Boston, 1893.

Of What Are They Afraid?

Editor Bulletin:—

The Advertiser this morning says: “The landing of the troops from the Boston furnishes a guarantee that the persons and property of American citizens will be safe from violence, etc.” What are those who claim to be American citizens afraid of? 90 more words

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