THAT HIGH CHIEF OF THE LAND HAS GONE.
On Tuesday morning the merciless hand of death stretched out and took the life of that high chief, A. K. Palekaluhi at eighty-one years of life, at his residence in Kalihi. He is a true high chiefly descendant of Hawaii, of Liliha, who is of the lineage and a descendant of Kamehameha Nui, the king of Maui. His died because of the infirmities of old age.
To understand @@@@@, here is his genealogy.
In the lineage of the alii of Hawaii—Keawe, the king of Hawaii wed with Kalanikauleleiaiwi and born was Kekuiapoiwanui (f) who married [male] Kekaulike (m), the king of Maui, and born was Kamehameha Nui, the king of Maui, who married Manuhaaipo (f) and born was Kalaniuluamoku (m), who married Kualiiwahine and born was Loeauwahine (f), who married Koakanu (m) and born was Liliha (w) who married Kulinui (m) and born was A. K. Palekaluhi.
See page four.
[If you look below, most of this first column is hard to decipher, and much of the volunteer input would have likely been @@@@@ @@@@@. Hopefully people will think seriously about how much priceless information will be lost if the original newspapers are not clearly photographed before typescripts are done.]
(Kuokoa Home Rula, 5/31/1912, p. 1)
THAT HIGH CHIEF OF THE LAND HAS GONE
From Page One.
In the lineage of the alii of Maui—Kaulaheanui married Kalanikauleleaiwi, his first wife, and born was Kekuiapoiwanui. Kaulaheanui married Papaikaniau, his following wife, and born was Kekaulike, the king of Maui, who married Kekuiapoiwanui (f), and born was Kamehameha Nui, who married Manuhaaipo (f) and born was Kalaniulumoku who married Keohookeuki (f), born was Koakanunui who married Loeauwahinenui (f), and born was Liliha (f), who married Kulinui (m), and born was A. Kaikioewa Palekaluhi.
At 10 o’clock this morning, was the funeral over his remains at his eternal home at the cemetery at Koula.
There were many people who joined his last procession.
[It is interesting to see how different newspapers have different information in their coverage of the same event!]
(Kuokoa Home Rula, 5/31/1912, p. 4)