“And Santa Claus loves them all. All nationalities look alike to him.”
The Hawaiian gazette., December 23, 1913, Page 5, Image 5
“Santa Claus knows what’s what in Hawaii”
The Pacific commercial advertiser., December 25, 1909, SECOND SECTION, Page 15, Image 15
“Keeping their date — Will Santa Claus Keep His?”
The Pacific commercial advertiser., December 21, 1909, Image 1
“Japanese Bazaar Xmas suggestions: embroidered screens, parasols and bags, carved tables and stands, brass and lacquer. Satsuma and Cloisonne. Ladies’ coats and dress patterns, children’s jackets, gifts for your Japanese, large assortment of toys, crockery, etc.”
The Pacific commercial advertiser., December 24, 1909, SECOND SECTION, Page 11, Image 11
“Holiday bargains — Toys in exceptional variety. Jewelry of all kinds, including special items in Norwegian spoons, necklaces, pendants and other specialties. Japanese goods including teasets. Stationary books and fancy paper. Choice candies and perfumery. Hofgaard’s Waimea. Do your Xmas shopping early.”
The Garden Island., December 05, 1916, Page 2, Image 2
[Found under: “LOCAL BREVITIES”]
Willie Nott is the proud possessor of one large coconut crab and four hermit crabs, and he is at a loss to know what to do with them.
(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 7/27/1897, p. 7)
THE BISHOP MUSEUM IS NOT open to the public until the arrangement of the collections is completed, of which due notice will be given; and until then visitors cannot be admitted.
W. T. BRIGHAM, Curator.
May 14, 1891.
(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 5/16/1891, p. 2)