Honorable Lydia Kamakaeha Paki weds Adjutant General Major J. O. Dominis, 1862.

MARRIED—At the hour of 8 in the evening of Tuesday, the 16th of this month, the Honorable Lydia Kamakaeha Paki married Adjutant General Major J. O. Dominis, at Haleakala, the Residence of the Honorable C. R. Bishop and his Chiefess. The two were married in the Anglican faith.

Present were the King; Her Highness Princess V. K. Kaahumanu; His Highness Prince L. Kamehameha; the Honorable M. Kekuanaoa, the Chiefly Governor of Oahu; Colonel Peter Young Kekuaokalani; there also were the parents of the woman, and the mother of the man, and his cousins.

Rev. Samuel C. Damon was who married them. There was much appreciation for how fine and honorable it was. With the two of them is the aloha of this paper.

[It seems Queen Emma was not present at this wedding. Ka Haku o Hawaii had only passed away a few weeks earlier…]

(Kuokoa, 9/20/1862, p. 3)

MAREIA...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke I, Helu 43, Aoao 3. Sepatemaba 20, 1862.

Vital Statistics, 1912.

BIRTHS.

To Fred Kaleiwohi and Mary Kahuma’i, a daughter, Sept. 5.

To Charles W. Winchester and Grace J. Kipapa, a son, Sept. 16.

To Eddie K. Peters and Susie Kiko, a son, Sept. 16.

To John Kanui and Umauma, a daughter, Sept. 16.

DEATHS.

Mary Kahoe, at the Children’s Hospital, Sept. 11.

A baby of Harry Hanakahi, on Parker Lane, Sept. 11.

Elizabeth Lahaina, on Corkscrew Lane, Sept. 11.

Oliver K. Hanakahi, on Parker Lane, Sept. 12.

Charles Kamanu, at Queen’s Hospital, Sept. 14.

John B. McKeague, on Robello Lane, Sept. 14.

Sarah Pohaku, at Queen’s Hospital, Sept. 15.

Mrs. David Ilianu, at the Japanese Hospital, Sept. 16.

[There were no Marriage Announcements in this issue.]

(Kuokoa, 9/20/1912, p. 8)

NA HANAU. / NA MAKE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLVIII, Helu 38, Aoao 8. Sepatemaba 20, 1912.

Patients of the leprosy settlement present gift to the Waipa Trio, 1922.

Presented by the Patients of Molokai

By way of the director of the leprosy settlement on Molokai, Mr. J. D. McVeigh, the patients gave a gift to the Band of John Waipa (The Waipa Twintett) [Waipa Trio]; that singing and musical group that travelled with Representative H. A. Baldwin, to Molokai, in his effort to increase voting; and on this past Monday, Director J. D. McVeigh carried out the duty given to him, by him appearing before Mr. John Waipa and presenting him with this gift, a sum of money donated by the patients of Molokai.

There are three people in that band: Mr. John Waipa, Mrs. Waipa, and Miss Flora Waipa; and because of the great joy and admiration that the patients had in the band, they showed this through the sending of this present; the gift was grasped by Mr. John Waipa and his family with pleasure, and they were filled with awe at this act done for them by the patients.

For this esteemed gift given by the patients of Kalawao and Kalaupapa to the singing group of Mr. Waipa, he and his family extend the endless appreciation to all of them, along with their request to all those who gave the gift, to accept their thanks and to always remember that their gift will be something for them to remember throughout their lives.

They also give their great appreciation to Director J. D. McVeigh for the warm hospitality extended to them while they were at the settlement on Molokai; and above all else, it is God who gives his highest blessings from above.

(Kuokoa, 4/28/1922, p. 1)

Haawi Makanaia Mai e na Ma'i o Molokai

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LXI, Helu 17, Aoao 1. Aperila 28, 1922.