A public event at Hanaiakamalama, 2013.

Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace

Although the party held 89 years ago was only open to the members of the Daughters of Hawaii, the event this Saturday, October 5, 2013, is open to one and all. Queen Emma Summer Palace is under the care of the Daughters of Hawaii. It seems like it will be a great event with proceeds going to the organization. Let’s give them support for their care of this historic home of Ke Alii Kaleleonalani as well as Hulihee Palace in Kona!!

Check out our various posts on the Daughters of Hawaii!]

Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace

Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace

Daughters of Hawaii and Hanaiakamalama, 1924.

ANNOUNCEMENT.

Na Kaikamahine o Hawaii.

The Daughters of Hawaii will hold a social, this Thursday, September 11, 1924, at 4 p. m., at Hanaiakamalama, the Home of Queen Emma, in Nuuanu Valley, to honor the honorable Kaukaualii Elizabeth Kekaaniau Pratt, for her 90th birthday.

This is open to all the member of the Association.

BERNICE SPITZ,

Secretary.

(Kuokoa, 9/11/1924, p. 6)

HOOLAHA. Na Kaikamahine o Hawaii.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LXIII, Helu 37, Aoao 6. Sepatemaba 11, 1924.

Moanalua: Mele, Moolelo, and Mokumaia, 1922.

[From: “MOANALUA I KELA AU A O MOANALUA I KEIA AU.”]

O Moanalua haki ke au,
I Kahauiki hemo ka umoki
I ke kula loa hoi o Kalihi,
I Kaiwiula kikiipau,
Kapalama lo’i laiki,
I Keoneula malu ke kiawe,
Leleo i ka lokowai,
Haaliliamanu honi kaua,
Kapuukolo i ka Nekina,
Hololio laau me ka huapala,
Kamanuwai moa liilii,
Hauna ke kai eha oe ia’u,
Hainaia mai ana ka puana,
Moanalua au ha’i ke au.

He mau hiona no Moanalua...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LXI, Helu 35, Aoao 3. Augate 31, 1922.

Some scenes of Moanalua:—The picture on the left is the Valley of Manaiki, where the royal assassins lived. The picture on the top on the right is Mrs. J. K. Mokumaia, and below is the Waialamihi Pond.

[This version of “Moanalua” is taken from a long-running column written by J. K. Mokumaia, a long-time resident of the area, on the history of Moanalua, which he called “Moanalua of the past and Moanalua of the Present.” This series which includes many priceless photographs like those above (which will be seen much more clearly when the newspapers are scanned properly) ran in the Kuokoa from 2/17/1922 until 8/31/1922 (although unfinished, it seems to end on this date).]

O Moanalua haki ke au...

O Moanalua haki ke au…

(Kuokoa, 8/31/1922, p. 3)

Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Lamance Tulloch to Alice Stupplebeen, June 25.
Ka-la Milikaa to Miss Rose Kahokuoluna, June 26.
George Gomez de Sila [? de Silva] to Miss Emily Thompson, June 28.

BIRTHS.

To Hannibal A. Brit and Juliet McCarty, a son, June 23.
To Henry McIngraham and Mabel Kahimoku, a son, June 26.
To Sam Pa and Kalei Holaniku, a daughter, June 27.
To John D. Robinson and Maraea Maine, a son, June 30.

DEATHS.

Tan Joe, on Smith Lane, June 26.
James Keau, at Queen’s Hospital, June 25.
Sylvester Kekilina, on Kukui Street, June 25.
Charles K. Birch, on Puuhale Street, June 27.
Maria Hong Hoy, on Liliha Street, June 27.
Kuaana, at the Insane Asylum, June 28.
Ainoa Pa, on Kalihi Street, June 29.
Alexander Poki, on Nuuanu Avenue, June 30.
Mary Fernandez, on Hobron Lane, July 1.

(Kuokoa, 7/4/1913, p. 4)

NA MARE. / NA HANAU. / NA MAKE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 26, Aoao 4. Iulai 4, 1913.