Waiahole Elementary School, 130 years old! 1883 / 2013.

[Found under: “LOCAL NEWS.”]

Then English-language school at Waiahole, Oahu will be opening on Monday, the 17th of this month, under the leadership of their new teacher, Mr. G. Carson Kenyon, the previous editor of the newspaper, Daily Bulletin, of this town. He will meet with Manuela, the agent of the school, along with the parents of the students, at the schoolhouse at Waiahole, on Wednesday, the 19th, at 10 o’clock in the morning. We pray that Mr. Kenyon will be accompanied by only great blessings in this new position he is filling.

[Mahalo to Civil Beat for pointing us in the direction of this announcement for the opening of Waiahole Elementary School, which celebrates it 130th birthday this month! The school is having a birthday party this Saturday! Hauoli La Hanau!!]

(Kuokoa, 9/8/1913, p. 3)

E weheia ana ke kula...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XXII, Helu 36, Aoao 3. Sepatemaba 8, 1883.

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Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Charles S. Kerr to Amy Mattoon, Aug. 23.
William W. Kamauoha to Makalika Hoopii, Aug. 24.

BIRTHS.

To Joseph K. Iopa and Maria Nahinu, a son, Aug. 17.
To Sam Kalau, Sr. and Annie Koahano, a son, Aug. 18.
To David Mahukona and Mary Flazu, a son, Aug. 21.
To Irish Poai and Hattie Pahao, a daughter, Aug. 22.
To Kapiko Kapaka and Julia Kapiko, a daughter, Aug. 24.

DEATHS.

Luika, at Queen’s Hospital, Aug. 18.
Mahiai, on Insane Asylum Road, Aug. 19.
W. W. Lowe, on Fort Street, Aug. 20.
Mrs. I, in Moanalua, Aug. 21.
Mrs. J. M. Radway, at Leahi Home, Aug. 21.
Kalalea Keolahou, on Keawe Street, Aug. 21.
Waa Liilii, at the Insane Asylum, Aug. 22.
Leialoha Kaniho, at the Japanese Hospital, Aug. 23.
Mrs. Hattie David, at O. K. Square, No. 65, Aug. 23.
Apikama Makanoa, at Queen’s Hospital, Aug. 23.
Hanae, at Queen’s Hospital, Aug. 24.
John Sua, on Manoa Street, Aug. 26.
Kealohanui Kumaewa, on Hotel Street, Aug. 22.

[Does anyone know where “ke kuea O. K. No. 65” O. K. Square, No. 65 or Square O. K. No. 65 refers to?]

(Kuokoa, 8/29/1913, p. 4)

NA MARE. / NA HANAU. / NA MAKE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 34, Aoao 4. Augate 29, 1913.

Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Clement Moses to Kaleionamakeha Hoopai, Aug. 23.
Charles Kaili to Eliza Pedro, Aug. 26.
James W. Kapela to Mrs. Lida Kealohaohana, Aug. 26.
Ah Chen [?] to Mary Kalilikane, Aug. 27.

BIRTHS.

To David Trask and Annie Hiram, a son, Aug. 10.
To Nameless and Lizzie Galbraith, a son, Aug. 11.
To Edward B. Taylor and Hannah Kolomoku, a son, Aug. 21.
To Jacob Watson and Emma Apana, a daughter, Aug. 29.
To Frank Clark and Katherine Silva, a son, Aug. 30.
To A. G. Hottendorf and Minnie Kamman, a daughter, Aug. 30.
To Joseph Anoholani and Elizabeth Kauakanilehua, a daughter, Sep. 1.
To Kung Tong and Halemanu Keawe, a son, Sept. 2.

DEATHS.

Margaret Kaiama, on King Street, Aug. 30.
Nuni Nupepa, at Queen’s Hospital, Aug. 31.
A baby of Mrs. A. G. Hottendorf, Aug. 31.
Sam M. Kaapuni, on Frog Lane, Sept. 1.
Nipuu Cameron, on Peter High Street, Sept. 1.
Mrs. Sarah Mossman, on Beritania Street, Sept. 1.
A baby of Joseph Anoholani, on Liliha Street, Sept. 1.

[The digital image for this is just one of many Vital Statistics Columns that is very hard to make out… How are you going to make genealogical connections if you can’t make out names and dates? Even using the microfilms i could not make out for sure the last marriage announcement. The newspapers need to be rescanned as clearly as possible as soon as possible!]

(Kuokoa, 9/5/1913, p. 4)

NA MARE. / NA HANAU. / NA MAKE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 35, Aoao 4. Sepatemaba 5, 1913.

Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Eugene J. Mioi to Mary Eli Crawford, Sept. 6.
C. K. Spencer to Camilla Duchalsky, Sept. 6.

BIRTHS.

To Vincent M. Rapper and Esther, a son, Sept. 5.

DEATHS.

A baby of Joseph Auoholani on Liliha Street, Sept. 1.
A baby of Kong Loy, on River Street, Sept. 2.
Hoomana Paeaina, at the Insane Asylum, Sept. 3.
Dorothy Parker, on Pua Lane, Sept. 6.
A baby of Daniel Smith, in Honolulu, Sept. 7.
Keoki Koia, at the Kalihi Hospital, Sept. 7.

(Kuokoa, 9/12/1913, p. 4)

NA MARE. / NA HANAU. / NA MAKE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 36, Aoao 4. Sepatemaba 12, 1913.

In the collections of the Bishop Museum, 1903.

THE PEN WITH WHICH ROOSEVELT SIGNED THE FIRE CLAIMS BILL OF HAWAII.

Washington, Jan. 23. The pen with which the President signed the Hawaiian Fire Claims Bill [Bila Poho Ahi Hawaii] is a remarkable pen. This pen was made from the quill of a feather of a wild eagle, and that feather was taken from a war headdress of a wild Arapaho Indian. This pen is now in the care of Pratt to be placed in the Bishop Museum of Kamehameha in Honolulu.

This pen was gifted to the Hon. William A. Richards, a former Governor of Wyoming, and currently a Commissioner of Public Lands [Aina Aupuni]. This feather was taken by Richards from the headdress of an Arapaho Indian 18 years ago. He thought it was the right time for this feather to be put to some important use for Hawaii, therefore, he ordered one of the workers in his office to fashion the feather into a pen. Let it be remembered that this person who was given the feather to make a pen is a man of much seniority who was working in that office for fifty-one years.

(Aloha Aina, 2/7/1903, p. 1)

KA PENI A RUSEVALA I KAKAU AI I KA BILA POHO AHI O HAWAII.

Ke Aloha Aina, Buke IX, Helu 6, Aoao 1. Feberuari 7, 1903.