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How to Apply Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Selected applicants will be contacted.
Museum Office Assistant:
Please email resume, cover letter, and salary history to email@example.com, cc: firstname.lastname@example.org and include “Museum Office Assistant” in the subject line. Selected applicants will be contacted. Due to the volume of resumes that we receive, we are regretfully unable to respond to phone calls and emails regarding the status of applications and the recruiting process.
Museum Program Staff – Multiple Positions Available Do you enjoy “talking story” with Hawaii’s visitors and residents? Do you get excited about sharing Kona’s rich history and culture? Do you have experience providing high quality customer service? Then you should consider joining our team at Kona Historical Society! We’re hiring for multiple part-time positions at our museum sites in South Kona: the Kona Coffee Living History Farm and the HN Greenwell Store Museum. The positions’ primary responsibilities may one or more of the following:Collecting museum admission and gift shop retail salesOrienting visitors to the museum sites and surrounding areaPresenting costumed living history programsInterpreting the museums’ historic structures and landscapes for visitors and residentsLeading education programs for local school childrenScheduling is flexible. Available positions include on-call (one or two shifts per month) and regular, part-time (up to 20 hours per week). Previous experience in retail, public speaking, youth education, tour guiding, customer service, and/or knowledge of Kona’s history and culture is preferred; however, extensive training will be provided. Ability to speak Japanese is a huge plus. Please send brief description about your interests in the position and relevant previous experience to email@example.com. Please include “Museum Program Staff” in the subject line.
Museum Program Staff – Multiple Positions Available
Do you enjoy “talking story” with Hawaii’s visitors and residents? Do you get excited about sharing Kona’s rich history and culture? Do you have experience providing high quality customer service? Then you should consider joining our team at Kona Historical Society! We’re hiring for multiple part-time positions at our museum sites in South Kona: the Kona Coffee Living History Farm and the HN Greenwell Store Museum. The positions’ primary responsibilities may one or more of the following:
Scheduling is flexible. Available positions include on-call (one or two shifts per month) and regular, part-time (up to 20 hours per week). Previous experience in retail, public speaking, youth education, tour guiding, customer service, and/or knowledge of Kona’s history and culture is preferred; however, extensive training will be provided. Ability to speak Japanese is a huge plus.
Please send brief description about your interests in the position and relevant previous experience to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Museum Program Staff” in the subject line.
Rules and Members of the Kona Passenger Horse Carriage Association
Members: Takamoto; Osamu Motodome; Toichi Ota; Kaichi Harano; Buntaro Uyemoto; Sojiro Kobayashi; Eikichi Okimoto; Hijiro Kawaji; Fukushima; Harada
The above members organized the Kona Passenger Horse Carriage Association
The following rules are set forth to promote the members’ mutual interest and executed on this day.
Section 1. This association shall be named the “Kona Passenger Horse Carriage Association”.
Section 2. Each member shall deposit US$100 to execute the rules.
Section 3. The members must not tout customers or raise or lower the charges beyond the level set forth.
Section 4. The transportation charges remain the level previously set forth. However, a ride to Kailua is now 75 cents.
Section 5. A midnight ride incurs a 50% surcharge.
Section 6. If a member violates the rules, his membership shall be annulled and his deposit shall not be returned.
Section 7. More rules may be added if deemed necessary.
December 2, 1908
Japanese and American foods and sundries
Distributor of Kona coffee
Kona Holualoa at the end of Kailua Street
Stay at the only ryokan in central Kona.
We also operate an eatery.
Kainaliu, Kealakekua, Kona
We sell all types liquor at competitive prices.
Retail and wholesale
Suyenaga and Ishikawa Coop Sake Store
The manager: Kohachi Yamamura
Foods and sundries
A place to custom order Western clothes
Holualoa, Kona, Hawaii
Box 883, Honolulu
Gofuku (kimono), tanmono (kimono fabric), sundries, arts, and foods
Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu
PAINTER & CEMENT WORKER
Gold, silver, and candlenut works
Paint and cement works
Special discount on stone engraving to meet your needs
Minerals and ceramics
Wholesale and retail
King Street, Honolulu
All-inclusive fees are US$7.50
A discount for additional family members at US$5.
Best quality shoyu
Exclusive distributor for “M” brand
Hotel Street, Honolulu
The clinic is open all day.
A home visit is available only in the morning unless urgent care is required.
Dr. Hayashi sees patients in Kalinaliu on Monday and Friday mornings.
Phone: DOCTOR HAYASHI
Stationary and tin works
Wholesale and retail of senbei (rice crackers) and sweets
SHIP SCHEDULE BETWEEN YOKOHAMA AND HONOLULU
Departure from Honolulu for Yokohama
Tenyo-maru: March 5
Korea: March 15
Nippon-maru: March 26
Siberia: April 1
China: April 9
Manchuria: April 15
Chiyo-maru: April 23
Asia: May 1
Mongolia: May 11
Tenyo-maru: May 20
Korea: May 27
Nippon-maru: June 8
Siberia: June 16
China: June 24
Manchuria: June 30
Chiyo-maru: July 6
Arrival at Honolulu from Yokohama
Siberia: March 9
China: March 16
Manchuria: March 23
Chiyo-maru: March 30
Asia: April 6
Mongolia: April 17
Tenyo-maru: April 27
Korea: May 4
Nippon-maru: May 15
Siberia: May 25
China: June 1
Manchuria: June 8
Chiyo-maru: June 12
Asia: June 25
Mongolia: July 6
Tenyo-maru: July 10
KONA BOTTLING WORKS COMPANY
HOLUALOA, KONA, HAW.
We manufacture all types of soda water and sell in Southern Kona.
(We have a telephone.)
The distribution manager is Murakami.
P.O.BOX 841, HONOLULU
Purchase new Western clothes and dyeing services.
We offer discounts.
We have high skills.
We work fast.
Hotel Street near the river, Pearl City
You can place an order with Matsutaro Suyenaga at Holualoa Liquor Store
Horse carriage operation
Tailor of Japanese and Western clothes
Distributor and exchanger of Kona products
Agent and distributor of Kona coffee
Kaumalumalu, Holualoa, Kona
We have a four-wheel passenger horse carriage.
YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
Capital: 24 million yen, paid-in capital: 24 million yen, deposit: 15.1 million yen
The interest rates at the Honolulu branch
Security deposit: three months, 3 percent; six months, 3.5 percent; and one year, 4 percent.
The interest rates at the Yokohama headquarters
Minimum deposit: 25 yen
The terms at the Yokohama headquarters via our branch office: six months to three years
The notice deposit
A document should be submitted before withdrawal.
UMEDA WAGON COMPANY
We deliver cargoes
Our horse carriage comes to Napoopoo at the time of ship arrival.
We purchase coffee in cash.
We distribute merchandise without commissions.
Non-contract customers are required to pay transportation fees in cash.
The manager is Hosaku Miyauchi.
HONAUNAU, NAPOOPOO, HAWAII
All types of sweets
Custom made sweets for festive and Buddhism events.
KONA ECHO PUBLISHER
Owner and editor-in-chief: Saburo Hayashi
Newspaper Subscription Fees
One-month subscription: 20 cents
Three-month subscription: 50 cents
Six-month subscription: 1 dollar
One-year subscription: 2 dollars
Lodging and eatery
We welcome guests who are recuperating from illness and beach goers.
We welcome gentlemen and ladies to stay at the two-story magnificent Japanese-style hotel.
Mix together in a big bowl:
2 cups Warm Water 4 pkg. Dry Yeast
Then stir in: 2 cups Sugar 2 sticks Melted Butter 4 Eggs
Stir in- one cup at a time: 8 cups Bread Flour
Stir in up to 2 more cups of flour as needed to make a soft dough. When the dough is too difficult to stir, turn dough out on a floured table and knead in the rest of the flour for about 3-5 minutes. Add more flour if needed to keep the dough from sticking to the table. Put the dough back in the bowl and cover it until it has doubled in size (about 1 hour). Punch the dough down and form into 4 equal sized loaves. Pinch off 7 equal pieces of dough from each loaf, roll and place in greased 9-inch round aluminum pans. Let the dough rise again until doubled in size (about 1 hour) and brush with egg wash (1 egg mixed with 2 Tbsp. water). Bake in a 400 degree oven for about 20-30 minutes.