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News of Kapoina Dandridge heading back to Hawaii, 1900.

FORTUNE

For Colored Woman.

Will Go to Sandwich Islands.

Disappearance of a Barberton Man.

(Special Correspondence.)

Barberton, Oct. 5.—Mrs. Smith Dandridge, an estimable colored lady, who formerly resided here, until a year ago, and also in Akron, has gone to the Sandwich Islands to obtain a fortune, which has been willed to her. 112 more words

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George Makalena and others with the Buffalo Bill's Wild West show want to come home, 1899.

Hawaiian Rough Riders

Four of the Hawaiians who were with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show are at San Francisco rooming in a big building opposite the Occidental on Montgomery. 138 more words

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John Kulia Mokumaia holds party for Buffalo Bill's sister, 1928.

POI LUNCHEON GIVEN—J. K. Mokumaia was host recently at a poi luncheon at his home in Moanalua in honor of Mrs. Julia Cody Goodman, sister of the late Col. 66 more words

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Return of Margaret Kapoina (Maggnett) Dandridge after more than 40 years! 1901.

BACK TO HAWAII NEI AFTER OVER FORTY YEARS ABSENCE

MR. AND MRS. DANDRIDGE.

FOURTY YEARS away from Hawaii and now returned, is the story of Mrs. 454 more words

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Educator Mrs. Clara M. Mokumaia retires, 1940.

Mrs. Mokumaia Will Retire After 35 Years as Teacher

By MAY DAY LO

Mrs. Clara M. Mokumaia, principal of Kaloaloa school, was busy checking upon details for a Boy Scouts’ party when we found her for an interview. 985 more words

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Special public schools for only English-speaking children? 1920.

MacCAUGHEY GIVES FAVORABLE OPINION OF SPECIAL SCHOOLS

Superintendent Recommends Establishment of Three Institutions For English-Speaking Children

Within a year or so Honolulu will have three schools primarily for English-speaking children, if recommendations made by Vaughan MacCaughey, superintendent of public instruction, are adopted by the department, and, since the law permits such schools, no objection is expected. 739 more words

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The function of warships, 1856.

What is the nature of a warship ?—Is it something that destroys? It is supplied with weapons of war to bring punishment upon the unethical lands who act unethically towards the land to whom the ship belongs. 253 more words

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