Leprosy patient treated and cured, 1881.

[Found under: “HAWAII NEWS”]

This past Tuesday, released from the Leprosy Hospital of Kakaako was Hiiola (f) of Hanaeli, Kauai, after her leprosy was treated by Dr. Fitch [Piku], and because of her insanity, she was taken to the insane asylum in Kapalama. This is perhaps the first leprosy patient treated by a haole doctor and cured. We are astounded by the those doctors who vehemently deny this, saying that a leprosy patient cannot be cured by medicine. This news was received from the Supervisor [?], S. Hinau, of the Naaman Leprosy Hospital seaside of Kakaako.

(Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, 12/24/1881, p. 3)

Ma ka Poalua iho nei...

Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, Buke IV, Helu 52, Aoao 3. Dekemaba 24, 1881.

Packages to go to Kalaupapa, 1881.

ANNOUNCEMENT.

All who desire to send Packages, or Cash perhaps to their suffering friends and intimates in the Leprosy Colony in Kalaupapa, They are ordered to give their packages with the name clearly written on it, to Mr. Henry Waterhouse [Henre Walakahauki] in Honolulu, and it is he that will send it direct to Kalaupapa, or give a Check [Bila Kikoo Dala] to the one living there.

R. W. MYER [MEYER],

Agent of the Board of Health for Molokai.

Kalae, Molokai, Nov. 17, 1881.

(Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, 12/24/1881, p. 3)

OLELO HOOLAHA.

Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, Buke IV, Helu 52, Aoao 3. Dekemaba 24, 1881.

Kakaako and the Leprosy hospital, 1881.

THE “CHINESE DISEASE” PATIENTS AT KAKAAKO.

Thanks to the kindness of Mr. Hinau, a Hawaiian who who sleeps along with the leprosy patients taken to the Naaman Leprosy Hospital [Halemai Lepera Naamana] of Doctor Fitch [Pika] in Kakaako, we have received the total number of patients, where they came from, and their names. These are they below:

OAHU.

Honolulu—Isaaka (m), Papala (m), Ulukou (m), Lailai (m), Luika (f), Kekua (f), and Huaka (f).

Moanalua—Naai (m).

Waikiki waena & Waikiki kai—Keana (m), Anelu (m), Paaaina (m), Keaka (m), Waimanalo (m), Lohiau (m), Wainee (m), Keala (f).

Leleo—Keao (f).

Puunui—Lahela (f).

Pauoa—Kaholua (m), M. Naauao (m), Kaholo (m), Naholua (m).

Kaalaa—Kekaula (f).

Makiki—Emele (f).

Manoa—Kahuhu (f), Kaluna (m).

Waianae—Kahik [? Kahiki] (f).

Waikane—Kaukeano (m).  27

MAUI.

Makawao—Kapua (m), M. Kalauao (m).

Hana—Haliaka (f).

Olowalu—Pepee (f).

Kaanapali—Kaina (f).

Huelo—J. Puawaina (m).

HAWAII.

Hilo—Kekalalei (f), Aiamanu (f), Makaula (f), Maalo (m), Hauli (f).

Kapalilua—Kalia (m).

Kaawaloa—J. W. Kapule (m).

Kohala—K. Mahuluae (m), S. Kaaua.

Kaloko—Makaula (m).

Kau—Kaili (m).

KAUAI.

Hanalei—Maalo (f), Hoiolaw Lilia (f).

Kapaa—Poohina (m).

Kalihiwai—Kuku (m).

Hanapepe—Mahaihai (m).

Koloa—Iosua Manohai (m).

(Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, 12/4/1881, p. 3)

NA MAI PAKE MA KAKAAKO.

Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, Buke IV, Helu 52, Aoao 3. Dekemaba 24, 1881.