More donations for the anti-annexation petitions committee, 1898.

LIST OF DONORS

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. D. B. Kuakahela from the Pres. of the Members of the Patriotic League of Hoopuloa, South Kona, Island of Hawaii; it was sent along with a list of names of the Patriots who donated the money, and we are publishing it in the newspaper Loea Kalaiaina. Thank you very much to you all.

J. K. Kaunamano

Vice President,

Enoch Johnson

Head Secretary.

SOUTH HOOPULOA

J. D. B. Kuakahela, 50 “

Kapapa, 25 “

Sela, 25 “

D. S. Kaui, 25 “

Kukana, 25 “

Makaula, 25 “

Samuela, 25 “

Mia, 25 “

Keao, 10 “

Waiwaiole, 25 “

Gomaka, 25 “

Peniamina, 25 “

Kekao, 25 “

A. L. Kapawai, 50 “

Kaiwakapu, 25 “

Mahoe, 25 “

Kaanaana, 50 “

Annie, 25 “

D. W. Pohina, 50 “

Kema Puako, 25 “

Ai Pake, 50 “

Pauila, 50 “

Total, $6.60

J. D. B. Kuakahela

Committee.

(Loea Kalaiaina, 3/21/1898, p. 3)

KA PAPA INOA O NA POE LULU DALA

Ka Loea Kalaiaina, Buke II, Helu 12, Aoao 3. Maraki 21, 1898.

Anti-Annexation Petitions, 1897.

TO THE PEOPLE.

The people who have yet to sign their names on the documents of the Signature Committee are requested to please go and sign their names at the Office of the President, James K. Kaulia, atop the stone building at the corner of Nuuanu and Queen Streets, everyday except Sundays.

Enoch Johnson,

Secretary of the Hawaiian Patriotic League.

(Aloha Aina, 11/6/1897, p. 5)

I KA LEHULEHU.

Ke Aloha Aina, Buke III, Helu 45, Aoao 5. Novemaba 6, 1897.