[Found under: “NUHOU KULOKO”]
On the morning of this Friday, John Kahikina Sheldon, one of the old typesetters, a famous newspaper writer, and translator and interpreter for the court, left this life. He was a fellow laborer in this work. He has gone, but his work will not be forgotten. Aloha indeed.
(Holomua, 3/28/1914, p. 8)