A NEW NEWSPAPER
Mr. J. K. Kaunamano will print a new newspaper in the near future, in the mother tongue, from the side of the Hawaiian Political Association . 99 more words
Whereas vital changes in our Country have taken place, which may affect its Independence and the Civil Rights of its Subjects and Citizens, thereby rendering indispensable a compact and zealous Union between all men who love the Country, irrespective of Party or creed. 589 more words
Oiai ua ike ia ae nei ka loli ano nui ana o ko kakou aina, he mea hoi e manaoia ai, e hoopilikia ia ana kona Kuokoa ame na Pono Kivila o kona mau Makaainana, a me na Kupa, a no ia mea, he mea pono e kukuluia ona Hui manao lokahi a makaala mawaena o na kanaka a pau e aloha ana i ka Aina, me ka nana ole i ka Aoao Kalaiaina, a Manaoio Hoomana paha. 871 more words
Honolulu, Feb. 26, 1898.
I have Six dollars and sixty cents ($6.60) for the well-being of the Representatives of the nation, from J. 114 more words