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Fishpond and fish and the court, 1915.

Court Holds Fish Don’t Go With Pond

Famous Molokai Fish Pond Case Passed on by Supreme Court—Decision Raises New Questions.

What’s fish pasture worth?

This is a question which Attorney Dan Case is trying to have answered, because on behalf of a client he will probably soon be putting in a bill against Attorney Eugene Murphy for a goodly sum for the care of Murphy’s finny property in a certain pond on Molokai. 237 more words

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Wailuku and Lahaina get new marketplace, 1880.

Wailuku will soon have a market-place, and so will Lahaina. Each town has $2,000 appropriated for the purpose. His Excellency Governor Dominis gives his attention to the erection of these useful structures. 127 more words

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Hawaiian-Language Newspapers, 1862.

Native Newspapers.—The Hawaiians are as much attached to newspapers as any newsmonger of old Athens was to the gossip of the Areopagus. Long since, the “Kumu,” “Nonanona,” and “Eleele” , have passed away. 213 more words

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Just because something appears in a newspaper doesn't necessarily make it true, 1865.

News from a Far Country.—The following item is clipped from the Weekly London Times:

An Irish Queen in the Sandwich Islands.—The fact that Queen Emma of the Sandwich Islands is expected in Europe gives interest to the following details:—The Sandwich Islands were thus named in 1778, by Captain Cook, in honor of Lord Sandwich, then First Lord of the Admirality. 244 more words


Mortuary of Manuel E. Silva, 1910.

THE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING PARLOR is the latest move in the undertaking line, where families can be accommodated with sleeping quarters, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. Call and inspect. 64 more words


One of the few businesses still around today, Loves Bakery, 1893.


Nuuanu St., – – – – – Honolulu.

The Oldest Established Bakery



Promptly attended to.

(Liberal, 2/1/1893, p. 7 more words

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The U. S. S. Boston, John L. Stevens, and the Hawaiian flag, 1893.


At nine o’clock this morning, and since the editorial matter of The Liberal was in type, the United States flag was hoisted upon the Capitol by Captain Wiltse of the U. 179 more words

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