More on opening of Uluhaimalama, 1894.


The Queen Establishes a Garden for the Flower Mission.

As reported in this paper some time ago, the Queen set aside several acres of land owned by her in Pauoa for the purpose of creating a charity nursery. The property was divided into about seventy five parcels, each parcel being given in charge of a member of the Women’s Patriotic League. The nursery was christened as the “Uluhaimalama Nursery,” and will be formally opened with appropriate exercises on Thursday morning at 9 o’clock. The manager of each plot will plant her own flowers, and every individual is expected to plant flowers and trees different from those of the others.

(Daily Bulletin, 10/8/1894, p. 3)


The Daily Bulletin, Volume VIII, Number 1156, Page 3. October 8, 1894.

The beginnings of Uluhaimalama, 1894.


Everyone in the flower planting association [? hui kanupua] is invited to make their way to Uluhaimalama, Pauoa, on this Thursday, October 11. The flower planting will begin from 9 o’clock in the morning. And the importance of the efforts will be seen by having your name by your flower placed by the association; and you will also breathe in the bracing air of the upland forests.

Mrs. Nakanealoha Mana,

Caretaker of theĀ  Garden.

(Oiaio, 10/5/1894, p. 3)


Ka Oiaio, Buke VI, Helu 40, Aoao 3. Okatoba 5, 1894.