Ka ma’i hookaawale, “the separating disease”, 1881.

FRIENDS WHO ARE AFFLICTED

With fear and sadness, with disgust and grief in my heart, and with the point of  my pen, I report those who have caught the “separating disease” [mai hookaawale], through loving contact between husbands and wives, parents and children; that is leprosy [lebela]; and these are they below.

E Kahao (m)  Hilo, Hawaii,

Kahaka (m)  ” “

Hauli (f)  ” “

Papa (f)  ” “

Kekalalei (f)  ” “

Malie (f)  ” “

Maikini (f)  ” “

Pakalua (f)  ” “

Unini (f)  ” “

Makakau (f) Honomakau, Kohala, “

Pepee (m)  Olowalu, Maui,

Kaina (m)  Kaanapali, “

Kalaauala (m)  ” “

Nakai  ” “

Kupele (m)  Kula, “

Kealohiwa (m)  ” “

Piikawelo (m)  Kamaole, “

Naihe (m)  ” “

Kailiwela  ” “

Mahoe (f)  Lahaina, “

Mauki (f)  Honokohau, “

Puhipaka (m)  Manao, Oahu,

Kaluakini (f)  Kalihi, “

Kahololio (m)  Kapahi, Kauai,

Poohina (m)  ” “

Kuheana (m)  Kapaa, “

Pakaua (m)  Koloa, “

Kanoho (m)  Hanalei, “

Me, with much feeling for my own lahui,

S. W. M. Kawelo.

Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1881.

(Kuokoa, 10/22/1881, p. 1)

 

NA MAKAMAKA ILOKO O KA POINO

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XX, Helu 43, Aoao 1. Okatoba 22, 1881.

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