More heirs to leprosy patients, 1902.



The heirs of the Leprosy Patients who died at the Leprosy Colony on Molokai, whose names appear below, are wanted to put before the Office of the Board of Health [Papa Ola], Kapuaiwa Hale, their claims to the remaining money of the estate of the ones who died, within two weeks from this day.

ARTHUR KAWAIELI (m) from Honolulu; 38 years old; taken to the Kahua Ma’i on July 25, 1893; died, March 5, 1900.

PILA PELO (m) from Puowaina, Honolulu; 22 years old; taken on October 25, 1898; died, August 18, 1900.

AH PAT (m) from Lahaina, Maui; 50 years old; taken on March 22, 1893; died, February 6, 1901.

KEAHO (m) from Kahaluu, Hawaii; 16 years old; taken on July 5, 1893; died, January 8, 1902.

HALOA (m) from Kakaako, Oahu; 52 years old; taken on October 11, 1896; died, February 15, 1902.

PAAUKI (m) from Waimanalo, Oahu; taken on November 17, 1897; 44 years old; died, February 23, 1902.

JOE TAVIS (m) from Koloa, Kauai; 18 years old; taken on April 13, 1892; died, February 14, 1902.

L. PALEA (m) from Kohala, Hawaii; 66 years old; taken on May 23, 1900; died, April 7, 1902.

KAUKUNA (m) from Kona, Hawaii; 51 years old; taken on March 7, 1884; died, February 1, 1902.

For those remaining, inquire with the Secretary of the Board of Health.

Secretary of the Board of Health.

Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1902.

(Kuokoa, 12/12/1902, p. 2)


Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XL, Helu 50, Aoao 2. Dekemaba 12, 1902.

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