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A ROSE BUD HAS BLOSSOMED IN A FOREIGN LAND.
When the steamship arrived last Tuesday, joyous news was received by Mr. Pahu, the birth father of Mr. S. K. Pahu who lives in Manila, about the blessing of their garden with the birth of a well-developed girl, on the 21st of this past month, August. The child is healthy, and so too are the parents.
The name of the newborn was soon called Muriel Evelyn Pahu; and the old man has become a grandfather! It is the prayer of the Kuokoa that the child lives long, and that her days be accompanied by many blessings!
(Kuokoa, 9/19/1913, p. 1)
Charles Lum King to Eliza Lapahu Kaui, Sept. 6.
Albert Kalama to Hannah Kakina, Sept. 6.
Charles L. Hook to Maria Annie Aki, Sept. 6.
To Charles Aina and Sarah Keaupuni, a son, Sept. 4.
To Antone Joseph and Mary Kelekoli, a son, Sept. 9.
To Jeremiah Kaholua and Julia Lono, a son, Sept. 11.
To William Hoopai and Agnes K. Haili, a son, Sept. 11.
To Ikuwa J. Hopu and Phoebe Paku, a daughter, Sept. 16.
Keoki Koia, at the Kalihi Hospital, Sept. 7.
Poai Leialoha, at the Japanese hospital, Sept. 10.
Sam Kanahele, at Queen’s Hospital, Sept. 11.
Albert A. Abbey, at Leahi Home, Sept. 11.
David Kukuipua, on Kamehameha IV Road, Sept. 11.
David Kanahele, on School Street, Sept. 10.
Baby Brown, at the Children’s Hospital, Sept. 12.
George Punahele, on Nuuanu Avenue, Sept. 14.
Hope, at Queen’s Hospital, Sept. 14.
Young Kong Kau, on Frog Lane, Sept. 15.
(Kuokoa, 9/19/1913, p. 4)