Keaukaha lauhala house, 1936.

LAUHALA HOUSE TO BE TURNED OVER TO HOMES COMMISSION

The lauhala house planned at Keaukaha park under the supervision of the Kuhio Improvements club will be turned over to the Hawaiian Homes Commission, it was announced Saturday by James Puuohau, secretary of the club. The board of supervisors has approved of the plan of having the homes commission take charge of the construction of the unique house.

At the suggestion of Princess Abigail Kawananakoa, a member of the commission, the club is planning to establish a clinic building at Keaukaha together with the cooperation of the commission. This building will serve as a health center and baby clinic for the entire Hawaiian community at Keaukaha.

(Hoku o Hawaii, 11/25/1936, p. 1)

LAUHALA HOUSE TO BE TURNED OVER TO HOMES COMMISSION

Ka Hoku o Hawaii, Volume XXXI, Number 30, Aoao 1. November 25, 1936.

Lauhala House? Keaukaha Park, 1936.

LAUHALA HOUSE PLANNED

A typical Hawaiian lauhala house will be erected at Keaukaha park near the beach on the Hilo side of the radio station KHBC on Kalanianaole Avenue, it was announced last week by James Puuohau, secretary of the Kuhio Improvement Club who was recently appointed chairman of the lauhala house building committee.

[Might any of you Hilo people know anything further about this hale, and does anyone maybe have any pictures of this?]

(Hoku o Hawaii, 7/22/1936, p. 1)

LAUHALA HOUSE PLANNED

Ka Hoku o Hawaii, Volume XXXI, Number 12, Aoao 1. July 22, 1936.

Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 1903.

THIS IS THE NEW BUILDING OF THE “SECRET SOCIETY I. O. O. F.” [“HUI MALU I. O. O. F.”] BEING BUILT A LITTLE MAUKA OF THE CORNER OF KING AND FORT STREETS, ON THE EWA SIDE. IT WAS THIS ORGANIZATION THAT HAD THE FIRST BRICK BUILDING BUILT IN HAWAII AT ITS ESTABLISHMENT IN THIS ARCHIPELAGO, THE REASON WHY THE NAME “SECRET SOCIETY” [“HUI MU”] BECAME FAMOUS AMONGST THE HAWAIIANS.

(Kuokoa, 10/9/1903, p. 1)

O KA HALE HOU KEIA...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLI, Helu 41, Aoao 1. Okatoba 9, 1903.

More on David Kahalepouli Piikoi, Poomaikalani, &c., &c., 1874.

THE ROYAL GENEALOGY OF HAWAII LAID OUT CORRECTLY

THE ALII FAMILIES THAT ARE CURRENTLY IN EXISTENCE.

Disappeared are the whereabouts and the descendants of some of those alii.

Keawe dwelt with Kalanikauleleiaiwi, begat was Keeaumoku Nui (m).

Keeaumoku Nui dwelt with Kamakaimoku, begat was Keoua (m).

Keoua dwelt with Kekuiapoiwa 2, begat Kepookalani who dwelt with Nune, begat was Piianaia (m).

Piianaia dwelt with Keakaokalani, begat was Kikiakoi (m).

Keawe (m) dwelt with Lonomaikanaka (f), begat was Kalaninuiiamamao (m).

Kalaninuiiamamao dwelt with Kamakaimoku (f), begat was Kalaniopuu (m).

Kalaniopuu dwelt with Ahia (f), begat was Kekuehoa (f).

Kekuehoa dwelt with Kamahinakauloa (m), begat was Kaiakauilani (f).

Kaiakauilani dwelt with Puumahiole (m), begat was Haumea (m).

Haumea dwelt with Paaluhi, begat was Pauli, who recently died. Pauli dwelt with Wakeki with no issue.

Ahu-a-I dwelt with Piilaniwahine, begat was Lonomaikanaka.

Lonomaikanaka dwelt with Hulu, begat were Kauhiakaka and Kekahimoku and Kealowakea.

Kauhiakaka dwelt with Keawe, begat was Kekaulike.

Kekaulike dwelt with Kepoomahoe, begat was Kalanikauleleiaiwi 2.

Kalanikauleleiaiwi 2 dwelt with Kanekoa, begat was Poomaikalani.

Poomaikalani dwelt with Laakea, begat were Kuhio and Unualoha.

Kuhio dwelt with Kinoiki, begat Kapiolani, Kapooloku, and Kinoiki.

Kinoiki dwelt with Kahalepouli, begat was Kawananakoa. Continue reading