Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum’s Government and Governance Digital Initiative, 2012.

I was at a presentation tonight by DeSoto Brown of the Bishop Museum on some of their treasures held in the Museum’s archives. Of particular interest to you all might be the number of new material that is available online and is word searchable!

Here is the search page for their Government and Governance: A Digital Initiative page.

One of the great many topics of interest is Leprosy.

Vital Statistics, 1912.

MARRIAGES.

Henry Lee Kwai to Harriet Alapai, Aug. 29.
Herbert Kaaukea Kaapuiki to Annie Kanahele, Aug. 31.
Ben Haaheo to Jessie K. Kaae, Sept. 2.
S. K. Kekahuna to Mary White, Sept. 3.
Henry Peleki to Jennie Kalaau, Sept. 5.

BIRTHS.

To Haena Mookini and Mary Kaniho, a daughter, Aug. 10.
To Henry Kanoa and Lily Mahiailiilii, a son, Aug. 26.
To Joseph Richard and Eliza Meek, a daughter, Aug. 30.
To Manuel R. de Garcia and Lily Naai, a son, Aug. 31.
To Sam Fan and Annie Manini, a son, Sept. 2.
To John K. Kuaana and Clara L. Eldridge, a son, Sept. 2.
To William W. Green and M. Lily Kapule, a daughter, Sept. 4.
To Ah Lum and Kalahuiliilii, a daughter, Sept. 5.
To Charles Kapule and Kalani Kopa, a son, Sept. 5.
To Charles Kauhaihao and Ruth Lonohiwa, a son, Sept. 5.
To Luis Freitas and Lydia Helekunihi, a daughter, Sept. 7.
To Arthur Arnold and Grace K. Awana, a daughter, Sept. 7.
To Louis Puuonioni and Elisabeth Kaulahao, a son, Sept. 8.

DEATHS.

A baby of Mr. and Mrs. Gunn, on Chung Hoon Lane, Sept. 4.
Nancy P. K. Frank, on Puiwa Lane, Sept. 4.
A baby of Mr. and Mrs. Kapule, on Kama Lane, Sept. 5.
Katie Pakomia, at Queen’s Hospital, Sept. 6.
Mrs. Neau Lapana, on Luzo Street, Sept. 6.
James Paea, at Leahi Home, Sept. 7.
Matilda Victoria Mahu, in Honolulu, Sept. 9.
Joe Kamana Sniffen, at the insane asylum, Sept. 10.
William George Kolopapela, at the insane asylum, Sept. 10.
Samuel K. Kekahuna, on Liliha Street, Sept. 11.
Elisabeth Palani Nahupu, at Lunalilo Home, Sept. 12.

(Kuokoa, 9/13/1912, p. 8)

MARE. / HANAU. / MAKE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLVIII, Helu 37, Aoao 8. Sepatemaba 13, 1912.