50 Years of the Anglican Church in Hawaii, 1912.

A JUBILEE CELEBRATION.

On the 21st of this month, Bishop Willis of Tonga will arrive along with his queen, to join in rejoicing over the Fiftieth Year Jubilee since the establishment of the Anglican Faith here in Hawaii.

Bishop Willis is the second Bishop who headed this faith in Hawaii nei, and as a result of Hawaii being annexed to America, the administration of the Church has transferred to the Bishop of America and he left the position he held for a long time with patience.

Because of the kindness of Bishop Restarick, who is currently the head, he invited the two of them to come and to perform together in the ceremonies prepared, and to witness the works that they established, putting much effort into moving these great endeavors forward.

Therefore, they will indeed arrive, and on one of the days of that week, the Church Convention of the Islands will be held with representatives coming together to consider ways to advance the works of God through this Faith.

[That makes this year 150 years!]

(Kuokoa, 5/10/1912, p. 8)

HE HOOMANAO IUBILE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLVIII, Helu 19, Aoao 8. Mei 10, 1912.

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Old Folks’ Home for the Whites, 1912.

A HOME FOR THE ELDERLY WHITE PEOPLE

With the $10,000 readied today, the King’s Daughters [Kaikamahine a ka Moi] are looking for additional funds to total $50,000; that sum of money, once accumulated is intended for the building of a home for the elderly, frail white people, and that they be taken care of there until they find rest, just like the Lunalilo Home is today; it will be a perfect place for those people when they grow frail and can’t care for themselves.

That association owns a piece of land in Kaimuki on Waialae Avenue, between 4th Avenue and 5th; and on that property will be built that home, and it is a splendid spot for this new home.

At a meeting of that association held last week, the building design drawn by H. L. Kerr was approved, and it is believed that when the building is completed, it will be a home that will add to the beauty of Kaimuki in the future.

(Kuokoa, 5/10/1912, p. 1)

HE HOME NO KA POE ILI KEOKEO ELEMAKULE

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLVIII, Helu 19, Aoao 1. Mei 10, 1912.